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and there is being nice. to. see him he can learn about genocide. he killed people with a need to babysit invade just the way killing them indeed did nothing and i think this thing that touch to more. pain there is as close to last year here as to portray because when you're there said twelve cannot go by your own. i didn't really want to see that that part because i think it's so it's not it's maybe it's still it's not really a good thing so it's better to know it when i will know more about genocide it's also important to remember that return that this happened and. that we can't let our we can't go back to where we are where we have to keep growing and. expanding
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our well. you. know no one's going to work to achieve everybody's round and that's. because it's. the church secret indeed just like priests accused of sexually
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abusing children can get away with it quite literally i like to call this the do a 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 help conceal the accused priests from the police and justice system to that it is as old as the end then i think you will hear that it is this is out in. this. case both. in the heart of the swiss alps this is
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a place probably more secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than the cia and better guarded than for knox ellis was customs are here permanently all the site is controlled by them and they impose the opening times. opposite it is from is all plus the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe masterpieces by artists like pecan so and modigliani i can't boards unsold inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers up deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet step but also discreet because they concern fraud. some of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets a kept inside the geneva freeport says reflection that 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.
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god damn it i don't. see. how quite a few times but you know. it's because well how are you hopeful. kind of you know and that's. what i'm the one i got. you. know i got. one yet as well.
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but equal. hold on live idea about us from one of. us on the phone you got. to. bring the right let me tell you because i didn't. have. one if we got one that. happens because. you're such trouble to tell us that child. that. you tried to do how we move. on here that's ok with.
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you why did you enter into the year. if you went to a cinema. to miss you. know well the one. who doesn't want to look good to. her community. teaching moment in the. two thousand two army two thousand you. know someone who knows that it's. not a matter of luck on new gun. or d.c. we're not letting her know we. were going with her and we're not. nice and it's. still.
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not. like any. form. and said it. took to st. louis. you can't write about issues around. caroline the solution is to buy a lot of shoes at the beginning of the year and then sell them all and then buy more ads in the summer and whenever she would go back to america but now. there you can really buy demi pushes and also here tides and tapes and skirts you karen i
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don't think you can find them in the end as well so he also has. take care of the. world. no you wanted peace just wanted me but the question was more. sensibly i'm disappointed for you because of course you know that music means you think one thing stuntman shasta lake. christine with. but the human psychiatrist to. you was a cousin or sister learned you know some of. your own you know with machinery the small face of such a look you know. i truly understand mr wong more
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problems than words. which runs. i wanted to go to juilliard school or to. in new york city ballet where acting. professionally to become a professional dancer and then come back to start a big brother school like like the other schools that are if i go to professional school and i come back to be a teacher i plan on expanding the city arts so that goes from all places can have the opportunity. to speak. one hundred such that if the points you. you know want to beat you should just leave option for us to focus focus.
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and i don't need you to. one of the idea was to ask our teacher to go there for a workshop and to ask the children one to two duns. they can come for the vote workshop it will be free and then it is a different. secret be sure had a good time for the ballot and then we propose to have them come by this court because some sum to a lot of run them to could not afford their lessons it's quite expensive for our normal. salary you know so the idea was to have so many run the children to have the opportunity to. come in the school and. i am. losing.
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but i don't have much fun but in unison it's in the community and. i can look at one and then not think to. remember an unlimited list come to. me with young to know if i should have fifteen yards expect to have quite the so i went up when then we live. in boy you know but he looked wistfully superconductor in the news media and what idea will move here is. a huge stretch. of the shield the only thing that really doesn't become a large budget will move look when the home. was in the uk you know you watch cannot push your luck to the good. work i mean it's going to be missing the local
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handyman isn't around the you see them coming. about him when i'm not with us when we're not looking. is that yes i mean you know where he. is with his yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah he was very sorry for the shooting you're in trouble you know you know did you know. neil was a child. and he. just looked at him always come come over. here it would still look good on most of. that it wasn't going to show up you would get what looked like and of people can give you so much ok but didn't well you know come to be fiddled with you just come up with.
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some. such thing will mean after all no and you said humans and in that i said that i don't regret in that i as i need to do even better scorning way there are no. idea why you want that but you know you ask them why do you wish to start it easy poignant is probably easy to do i knew she was magically little. and little it was students. i. helped lead it is it will you say i actually. know nothing.
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thank you. the most important things are my parents my family. and also. was a country where i live. in . some people i'm gonna die.
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my grandmother is from. my. four scared of croak which. i'm not really a failed things was. like. it was. just. my. days to be genocide in rwanda with no disputing this. piece. was right there was. someone who was it. was you know it was. much too oh so it
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was. you know. done some is not so is not i can quit place is not a good country and. yes it is the latest to live much as i'm not as well. as you to this but at the message this is. the state of the culture. of the focus of this secularists yes. just little and biased from the moment of oneself to be that i'm. a.
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little. play almost anything for the members only place the dots they come out a lot better john and i'm based on i'm much less credit tightening can i do not blast i will slice from traffic matter how not it came. from a shallow. fucking on the canal. most feel right now with the fuckin on a. cuckoo sister to my son enough hours go should be able to sleep i don't want to go to the snooze in the my car cloisters a miserable lot of the steam from the. space and i'm allowed out there you know that a lot of this. series of us was. told me it's so old so not accepted will. russia and all that and us is deciding maybe of what german companies or european companies are
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investing in or which infrastructure we are building a truman e or in europe i think it's a german and it's a european decision. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably most secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than. the cia and better guarded than for knox swiss customs are here permanently all the site is controlled by them and they impose the openings on. opposite it is from is all plus the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe must to pieces by artists like pecan so and modigliani i can't boards and soon will be inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers up deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet step but also discreet because they concern fraud. some of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets
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a 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. i. mean. i.
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think. that. the first evacuation from ceres eastern ghouta sees more than fifty civilians leave the war torn. traces of a nerve agent used to poison the next russian spy had been found at a restaurant in the u.k. city of souls the victim and his daughter before they were found unconscious nearby . f.t. tariffs on steel. imports are now demanding an exemption using both the suasion and the rights. bus this week france unveiled new plans to bring in children. as they return home from syria and iraq growing concern of the potential threat they pose.
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thanks for joining us this evening watching the weekly here on r.t. international. more than fifty civilians been able to leave syria's eastern ghouta via a humanitarian corridor or but the enclave remains extremely volatile after the syrian government launched a military operation against terrorists in control of the district my colleague andrew farmer discussed latest developments it is done off. this is the first evacuation of civilians from east ghouta of its kind while the humanitarian corridors have been operational for almost two weeks now and this latest development follows an agreement a deal struck between the russian military who are struggling to keep these corridors operational and the militants who are in control of militant groups who are in control of the enclave so with here's here's what how the deal sounds
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effectively the agreement implies that russia's military allows certain militants and their families out of the war zone and then ensures and guarantees to order their safety and in exchange militants allowed these this group of civilians out as well you mentioned there this corridor has been open for two weeks so why is it only now that we're seeing people able to leave in use it well because the militants there the groups jaish al islam and fire like a lot of money they have this sort of what's in it for us approach what i mean by this is they didn't allow civilians out of the war zone out you know they were happily keeping them there under the bombs if not keeping them there as human shields but definitely exploiting them as a bargaining chip in the in this whole thing and they were going all the way preventing civilians from leaving the and clay you from leaving the district they
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went as far as actually shell humanitarian corridors we're being told by the russian defense ministry so really a lot of problems remain and of course these fifty people it's only a drop in the ocean if you look at the four hundred thousand civilians trapped in east ghouta also another problem there is no stress because nurseries operational there are two and they are intermingled with the other groups with the fighters from other groups who are considered more or less extremist i should say. so really civilians get it as bad as it gets. in to have a look. at . all sorts of needs inside today the priority remains medical help that we need to. reach with the people inside all the time and food
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aid as well. above the others to build. over the. well that started this you know. they're never secure it would have never known at la show. what they said about even any use. scenes are seen as a good thing. it's been a very bloody two months here the beginning of this year it is really hell on the ground for the children.
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civilians who are caught in this in this situation they have nowhere to go. to the. traces of the nerve agent used to poison a former russian spy and his daughter. reportedly been found in a restaurant in the british city of souls by the pair when eating there two hours before being found unconscious on a park bench the pizzeria in question is now one of five sites cordoned off by police as part of their ongoing investigation auntie's jacqueline vogel has the story. a week ago two people were found collapsed on an unremarkable bench near a quiet shopping center in salisbury the area was sealed off and
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a major incident was declared at the hospital where the pair were being treated for exposure to an unknown substance but no one really took much notice of the man and the woman until about twenty four hours later when breaking news reports began to flood the airways that the sixty six year old man was in fact sergei script a former russian spy. group that in the soviet forces he quickly moved to russia's foreign military intelligence agency. on a mission to the mediterranean region in ninety four and he was recruited by calling himself antonio elder is that he don't go a british intelligence time and spot a real name have blue miller. exposed at least three hundred russian spies to the u.k. he handed over the g. or use entire phone directory doing in this did mobile damage to moscow five years on colonel scrupled retired from the g o u on health grounds but continued moving
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crucial information to britain's m i six they couldn't eat him forthwith and bought him a timeshare holiday home in spain self coast the double agent was convicted in twenty six of treason getting a thirteen years since in a top security russian jail but just four years later he was freed in a high profile spy swap between moscow and washington scruple moved to the british town of see where his recruits a public allegedly lives the expire then enjoyed a fairly low profile till now the first speculations appear with immediate parallels drawn to another former russian agent poisoned in london twelve years ago with a public inquiry later lying the blame squarely at the kremlin feet was history repeating itself and it didn't stop there every wild theory was given its day in the. son was it north korea was it russia's revenge for treason after all these years was putin being framed is it linked to the trump russia collusion investigation we need to
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make sure that we respond not to rumor but all the evidence that they collect this investigation is at the stages and and the speculations and helpful at this time if we are to be rigorous in this investigation we must avoid speculation people not to speculate such warnings did nothing to quell the fires however as police reveal that screwball and his daughter were deliberately targeted with a nerve agent news reports charge for theorizing that the attack came from the very top in moscow bad things have been known to happen to russians who cross of lot of near putin the fact that a nerve agent was use strengthens the likelihood that this was a state sponsor of some sort and russia is the chief suspect of course that doesn't look like an act of provocation by putin here has been making increasingly bold and brazen in the west the british foreign secretary boris johnson join the chorus as well yes to more sanctions on russia and no to the upcoming football world cup that is if the kremlin is indeed involved you must be very capital be safe because it is
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too early to prejudge the investigation but if the suspicions on both sides of the house prove to be fired then it may very well be this to speak that we are forced to look again at our regime our sanctions regime and other measures that we bade seek to put in place russia hit back at johnson's comments calling them wild and aimed at damaging relations between the two countries and while the investigation continues and concrete details are few and far between the public court looks to have already solved the crime and i talk of this nature that any time is specially this time on the part of the russian government would constitute a monumental act of political self resulting in severe and significant reputational damage across the world obviously the shadows of the resonance in so. any people's minds are going to be from the alexander litvinenko case because that dominated the british had lines for so long and it seems at least superficially that there are
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parallels here let's face it in intelligence terms he was a busted flush he had been caught in russia he'd been convicted to being sent to prison he'd been pardoned and allowed to go free so you know the russian authorities will have picked him clean of any intelligence he had which would be useful to them and as soon as you got to the u.k. m i six would have done the same thing so you know in terms of his old intelligence role it's really nothing more to add to it so in terms of what he might be involved in now i think that's where the most patients going to be found and that's what the intelligence agencies and the police are going to be investigating intensively at the moment. first though donald trump impose new tariffs for steel and being imported to the united states he said that the move comes in response to be aggressive behavior of exporters the american steel member just really has been ravaged by aggressive foreign trade practices.


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