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so ally the united states president of an accused the military alliance of double standards let those who criticize us for purchasing the s four hundred to fight terrorism look at themselves why are very silent about the s three hundred which greet us and they tell us that this is a wrong step what kind of alliance what kind of solidarity is this nato has repeatedly urged turkey not to buy russian weapons earlier this month a top official stressed that the s. four hundred does not integrate with the current nato systems therefore it would give turkey new level of control over its airspace it's a it's a surface to air anti aircraft missile system and can engage up to eighty targets at a time distances of four hundred kilometers away it can also hit fast moving targets travelling at speeds of almost five kilometers per second. international relations professor has signed back she told us and cronies russian weapons more than it requires western support we live. very interesting crisis between
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turkey and the united states of america by literal terms in nato terms and by little terms i think the turkish position. is four hundred. from the turkish defensive policy point of view russia is seen to be one of the possible partners for future of this fog. this type of missile system is not applicable to the nato structure but the since one thousand nine hundred one first gulf war turkey is always in need of this type of new structures nato does not provide this. and we have some breaking news for you this hour on international or russian security services helicopter has crashed in the republic of chechnya due to severe weather conditions that's according to local police officials who say at
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least five people have been killed and we will keep you updated with that story as soon as we get more information. about saw news out of and i'll be back at the top of the hour with more so don't go away. by too many clubs. so i know the gang so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the fun of school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the shape of money just to spend spend to twenty million like. it's an experience like nothing else really because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy like rachel what chance we're. going to.
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under-performing the stock market oh my god blackstone one arbitrage opportunity you have brought amongst yourselves i suggest you short your styles of money into the eviscerate your own corporate balance sheet and then blow your brains out live t.v. they give us all a big kind of fun experience for their financial predatory class up. this is. the church secret indeed just like priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it quite literally i like to call this the do graphic solution so what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is is a perpetrator is simply moves him to a different spot were the previous standards not the highest ranks of the catholic church conceal the accused priests from the police and justice doesn't do that any
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that's not good as the end and then i include that it is this out in the. street. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably more secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than the cia and better guarded than for knox ellis with customs are here permanently on the site is controlled by them and they impose the opening time so it will come up with it it was a duty from his office the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe masterpieces by artists like pecan so and modigliani i camped boards and sold inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers up deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet but also discreet because they concern. fraud. some
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of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets kept inside the geneva freeport system you'll never obtain an inventory of all the works in the freeport who knows how many there are three hundred three thousand three hundred thousand is it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business. in the middle of the sixty's there were thirteen million students enrolled in higher education in two thousand and fifteen there were two hundred million in less than fifteen years there are expected to be four hundred million to. hold liberia. lepage border and. while the
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demand keeps growing university tuition fees skyrocket and the world over the cost of education is increasing. their. work harder is more. mystery i don't understand how can a school be a scam. in the name of so called economic pragmatism and as a result of international competition universities are turning into a huge money making machine it's. none of my family members went to university think i wanted to be i wanted to be got one. from shanghai to new york to berlin countries around the world reflect trying different moves each remodelling its system in its own way but at what price and who profits from it.
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at the starting point of a story which begins at the end of the ninety's. at that time you have this financial izing itself all the while expanding many intellectuals european university presidents and expert groups engage in a vast reflection on how to build a more complete more ambitious europe. how to strengthen its intellectual scientific and technological influence. what is the secret of the united states and its economic power. the answer lies in higher education and research. around that has become undeniably strategic. well. at
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the end of the twentieth century american universities prevail and who europe is afraid afraid of finding itself on the sidelines it needs a strategy and so european gauges in a series of reforms to make its higher education more competitive so it can serve europe's economy its productivity its job market and its liberal project england will quickly set the tone before anyone else and to get straight to the point. after the second world war we had a system where local education authorities around the country were responsible for providing a grant to students and giving of covering tuitions fees. and that was at a time when roughly three percent of eighteen year olds went to university around twenty thousand. all science students will. be
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required to attend lectures on physics chemistry mathematics and biology it will also be possible for science students to major in philosophy knowledge is not bullshit look at what a huge mit we're running one and covering all sides of all all places. in the one nine hundred eighty s. and nine hundred ninety s. there was a funding crisis amongst universities lots of vice chancellors complaining that they didn't have enough money to cover the amount of students are now coming through the system so the government commissioned a report and this was called the daring report and that came up with a number of recommendations almost one hundred recommendations roughly half for the government about how it could. maintain sustain and improve higher education in the u.k. and one of the most controversial parts of that report was the introduction of was
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i in one thousand nine hundred seventy the british left led by its young charismatic candidate tony blair wins the elections after eighteen long years of conservative rule. at the age of forty three the head of the labor party takes charge of the country with a program whose foundation is to apply private sector management models to public services so as to make them more efficient more productive room higher education will be no exception. right. we need to widen access to universities get more money into universities and the best and fairest way to do it is a balance between the state and the graduate. face became reality and nine hundred ninety eight and it was a key landmark in the history of higher education in the u.k. because of that moment the principle of free education free higher education and you know terry finished. for this historic reform
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tony blair introduces the yearly one thousand pound tuition fee a smooth way to start five years later prompted by his second term election tony blair authorizes universities to charge tuition fees up to three thousand three hundred pounds yearly and tony blair. head of britain's labor party successfully passed a reform that the conservatives would never have dared bring forward. in two thousand and ten the labor party rallies the opposition the coalition made of liberal democrats and conservatives led by david cameron take charge of the country very rapidly the debate of the jewish and fees arises on the political scene again this time the government intends to alter ised up to nine thousand pounds all the while reducing the portion of public funding and it catered to universities this new reform violently divides both members of parliament and public opinion the have been very difficult choices to make we have opted for
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a such of policies that provides a strong base for university funding which makes a major contribution to reducing the deficit and introducing a significantly more progressive system of graduate paper and stuff we inherited and i'm proud to put forward that magic so this. very. order. there is nothing a bank that tiny benefit to the lowest income graduates that justifies doubling or tripling the debt of the vast majority of brides isn't incredible the partials that you actually introduce the principle of graduates paying and thank you for two jewish and fee increases is able to drum up quite so much they can draw the issues out there was any young person ask any young person in any
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poor communities in our country what is your prospect what is your what do you want to do many would say i want to study i want to qualify i want to go to university i want to achieve something in life. help them. unless they are very poor or they're going to borrow money to survive to get through university they simply will not do it this decision matters so much to so many people. i'd say to the house if you don't believe in it vote against it was to the right three hundred twenty three you know most of the last three hundred true god. god. was when the count was really from three
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thousand that it became one thousand pounds i was up to the university if they wanted to introduce nine thousand pounds a maximum face or anything between six thousand and nine thousand and one surprisingly most university decided to set nine thousand pounds most students we have now half a million students going through every year most of those will be paying a minimum nine thousand pounds a year and that's stands today. over the course of fifteen years british politicians are ruling class that had enjoyed free access to education inflicted a paying system on the new generation. british students along with a european fellows now have to deal with these new rulings that's the way it is. they're young they long for a solid future that thirsty for knowledge and dream of climbing the social ladder
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all that has a price tag and they'd better get used to it. and if i grew up in a working class family in the south of poland a young woman could have enrolled in a university in krakow in copenhagen or even obs to don. it would have been free in england and it was granted a student loan to pay for her nine thousand pounds tuition fee. i knew i was going to go abroad to study and i think well for a little while i thought it was going to be scotland but then. i think i decided it was england you know like way back and it just stuck with me and i and i came here and it was it was scary.


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