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when you live in the stuff you believe. was just was normal is. the way. that the needs of children with some of them are going to work. for me. at the last. warning. this stuff was started slowly just discussed was more about what might affect the. us budget the muslims. here in this huge country more people's hopes and expectations for the person who's going to lead it for the next six years the next president no not all voters approved to cast their ballots in ukraine it proved tricky russian nationals were blocked from voting by local police at one point but russian councils in several ukrainian cities are also
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protests against russia's presidential election across ukraine we contacted several international organizations asking for comment about it for security and cooperation in europe together but they didn't say very much they simply said it's a matter of bilateral relations between the two countries will they try move one hundred forty thousand observers have been ensuring that ballots are cast without any problems and that the voting procedures are conducted properly over fifteen hundred of the observers are foreigners which is indeed a record for the russian the presidential election here fantastic stuff and you don't need to actually head to the polls to see how it's all going either you can actually watch the voting process from the comfort of your own home with the vast majority of poles set up with cameras to stream everything online activists are using them to monitor any possible violations of course they are and this video shows members of the electoral commission the thing at ballot box is this the incident took place in a city near moscow right what's going on there well the center. election commission
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has fired the employees involved so that the ballots cast in that particular box will not be counted now obviously the huge amount of attention to make sure this is extremely well scrutinized the whole thing and any anything under water is kept to absolute minimum if at all of course right now it's twelve minutes past eight o'clock here in moscow but we've got tugs by the way because it's about minus fifty minus sixty tonight presents get a bit colder but we're four hours yet because our big coverage is going to start here in r.t. international it's kevin oh it's nichiren the whole team out there we can't say anything more about the candidates of the moment because this still forty five minutes of voting to go in the western most part of russia or over in kaliningrad however at nine o'clock. sit down with a cup of tea and a box of chocolates and enjoy coverage because it's going to go on for absolutely things the next few hours i'm going to get crazy and we're going to be here with you throughout the night you're welcome here though.
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welcome back to our central moscow studios get a roundup of the rest of the day and indeed the week's news more than twenty five thousand people have fled the militant controlled syria of eastern goods are on sunday thousands more are expected to leave the area through russia sponsored sponsored evacuation routes since the army launched its operation against militants the region near damascus has seen by far its biggest exodus of civilians. i left all my oil and i need a balance of civilians are living good right now by the humanitarian care dairy can see behind me and the passage has been recently opened by syrian forces it's allowing crowds of civilians may of them are children to leave in battle area. that's not.
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the wrists used people's human shields that they wouldn't let us fully they hid behind our backs we wanted to leave a year and a half ago of they wouldn't let us. if we did receive aid he would say that aid had arrived and that it would distribute it in a few days but then they would say they had to keep it for our times when they gave us twenty percent of it and the rest was for the hard times i mean gee i don't but i did i couldn't even these oranges for seven years we couldn't buy them going on and on the. bike to
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impress it. also to see that at the end of the day what is lacking is. trust between the parties to the conflict also the consideration of the needs of the civilian population. the top. for the food fight holds because there's been a plea for one good news i'm all very bad news. linda thompson the united nations office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs told us is a big challenge helping all of the civilians trying to escape guta they are providing things like a hot meal and. food rations we are providing assistance through. not the day that such as mattresses and blankets medicine. things that people need
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you know when they come out of the situation that we know the difficult situation that we know that they have just come out of we always say as the united nations as humanitarians that they should have the right to leave for their own safety but if they choose to stay they should also be provided with assistance and they should be protected and what the u.n. is trying to do is that we hope that we will be able to return to duma in order to deliver more humanitarian assistance but there are also other parts of its goods where there are still you know many many civilians that require assistance so we also need to go to those areas so that we can provide aid to them as well. now u.k. russia relations said a new low amid the poisoning scandal will begin right up to date after this break.
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what politicians do you should do to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so you're the first. injury of course i'm one of the brits. that's it like the beatrice was what before scribbling can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters of my. first sip.
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welcome back britain's foreign secretary has announced the transfer to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons of nerve agent samples used in the poisoning of a former russian spy and his daughter after a week of rising tensions with moscow at his jaclyn verger ripples in a span of less than a week u.k. russia relations have been pushed to the point of an all out diplomatic war with no one looking ready to back down the screwball poisoning has created this massive divide between the two countries and despite the fact that the investigation is ongoing and scotland yard themselves have said that it may take weeks if not months to complete the politicians were much quicker it is highly likely that russia was responsible we do polls russia culpable culpable culpable for the attempted murder is cake is culpable quarrel is with putin's kremlin and we think it overwhelmingly
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likely that it was his decision moscow was quick to bite back slamming the ultimatum put forward by theresa may and calling the claims shocking and unforgettable meanwhile one's voice has been echoed across the world and he said situation it certainly looks like the russians with the idea that with high probability the traces lead to russia everything leads us to believe that indeed russia that was behind this attempted assassination leads us to believe high probability traces those terms are wearing thin on moscow because requests for evidence have been ignored when it comes to russia the proof doesn't have to be in the putting it seems. that something by the way in the kind of smug sarcastic response that we've heard from the russians that to me bitto can is that indicates their funding. guilt. we've received very detailed imation about this case which suggests that there is
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no other plausible alternative explanation. the attack console spree has taken place against the backdrop of a reckless pattern of russian behavior much of the case against russia seems to hinge on the nerve agent in question called no we check but everyone seems to have forgotten that a former russian chemist who's accusing moscow of the attack himself published the formula in full in a book back in two thousand and eight which is surely one of the reasons moscow has demanded to be provided samples of the agent used to poison screwball and his daughter poisoned with a navi shop a military grade nerve agent of a type developed by russia. if britain so confident that it was know of each other then that means they have the chemical formula so imports and the ability to produce it we requested the russian government to provide an explanation by the end of cheese by the thirteenth of march on how this russian produced nerve agent could have been deployed in salisbury. they provided no credible explanation we are ready
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for opening constructive corp we don't speak the language of ultimatums and we won't allow anyone to speak with us this way and similar queries coming from jeremy corbin in parliament where ruthlessly jeered and shot down by his fellow politicians as the prime minister taken the necessary steps under the chemical weapons convention how has she responded to the russian government's request for a sample has a high resolution trace analysis been run and has that revealed any evidence as to the location of its production all the identity of its perpetrators is a consensus across the park benches of this house. i am only sorry that the consensus does not go as far as the right honorable judge. her. who would have taken the opportunity as the u.k. government has done to condemn the culture of russia.
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at this point london has ordered twenty three russian diplomats and their families to leave the u.k. suspended all high level contacts between the two countries and announced a partial boycott of the upcoming world cup for their part moscow answered in kind when it comes to expiring diplomats shut down the british council and plans to close the british consulate in st petersburg and then of course we have more nations ready to impose sanctions in solidarity with the u.k. against russia between flying accusations threats and diplomats being declared persona non grata the question becomes when all this tit for tat and and who will be last standing this is a carefully constructed drama it's part of the propaganda campaign that is building building now for several years in order to justify the actions of nato the united states towards russia why on earth would russia on the eve of the lexer and all the staging the world cup want to destroy if you like
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its international loan with such a crime but there's plenty of motive on the other side russia being effectively pushed indoor corner with these accusations is part of our up again and i can tell you that i'm a journalist who spent almost all my career working in the mainstream and this is a propaganda. promoters and certainly in the media and make up what. the russian ambassador to the united kingdom has called for restraint in this standoff but while britain's allies have tried and they're way behind its claims some european politicians are still puzzled by the deepening rift between moscow and london. it's almost like a spiral of mutual accusations and self-fulfilling insinuations it all reminds me of a bad james bond movie each side is paranoid each side pursues its own conspiracy theories . and earlier britain's foreign secretary boris johnson again claimed the poisoning
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is evidently russian in its very nature artie's it is dharma takes a closer look. novi chalk the new noxious scare a nerve agent with obvious russianness the chemicals even being featured in a t.v. spy thriller in a standoff between the u.k. agents and russians the show is marketed using the slogan diplomacy is overrated the years slip about the course. not because it was undetectable like it's all through it. it is a coincidence. to see. your rationale just a thank you for finding dr market force again we're off to be taking another tour for ourselves t.v. and cinema have made the secret service's poisoning people plot an international
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feature after all even the most british of all agents james bond has also found himself amid some talks and driven storylines. so are we having a case of blatant bond business here but this is of course all fiction it didn't happen in reality you avoid the culprits with the tainted record the one that stands out is the cia one of the key targets cuba's late come undone t. fidel castro among the hundreds of alleged assassination attempts were cigars laced with poison and their contaminated pen so could these cells prove poisoning be blatant americanness one could stretch this logic beyond any reason and say for example the u.k. has been honing its skills in the death by chemicals business since shakespeare's
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macbeth busted blatant englishness the cia james bond shakespeare one thing all of my theories have in common is an insane. age of conspiracy we're not taking them seriously neither should anyone but when it comes to russia and proof well we've already heard the d.n.a. arguments in the election meddling scandal the story corps practices of the russians who typically almost genetically driven to co-opt. perpetrate international law is being substituted for hash tags hash tag russia did it. highly likely. ok thanks very much for joining us here on r.t. to naslund our election coverage of course the saving kevin nicky will bring you a full hour of that coverage coming up at nine o'clock our time that's in half an hour.
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this baby and. this on march eighteenth vote with your remote to zante for special coverage of the russian presidential election exit polls opinions real time results monitoring and much more. let's go to financial for one . of the money laundering first to visit this three different. good this is a good start well we have our three banks also. something in your something in america. cayman island to do all these banks are complicit in the progress that we just. need to do some serious mood ok let's see how we did well we've got a nice luxury watch for max and for the jewelry and how about. again
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from that you know what money is highly. thought of course. when lawmakers manufacture consensus instead of public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. in the final larry go around the lists only the one percent. during the whole middle of the room six.
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it's a multinational of a particular kind one you all know some of you may even visit it's present across the globe and on the corner of your street. the catholic church. with its hierarchy. its communication. and its very darkest secret. that ophelia. in australia seven percent of priests are thought to have sexually abused minors four percent in the united states. we discovered the clergymen found guilty of better phoebe you are still active often in contact with children. nice to internal documents will reveal how church leaders protect priests accused of sexually abusing minors. by sending them from country to country
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notably in africa. the investigation into the. these international exiles took us to cameroon. to argentina. to the united states. to france and to italy. during our travels we established this unprecedented map that regarding the transfers of priests involved in cases of at ophelia. deck a man sits in dig. up with his off own baffin i lost it on after it was you and i got into a bang up stakes i mean that and the victims number tens of thousands marked with scars for the rest of their lives. our investigations would lead us all the way to pope francis being revealed how when he was archbishop of buenos aires he tried to influence the argentine justice department. to sunday the.
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list was d.c. and the engine kept up the past. investigated the mysteries of the church where on the altar of truth god's law seems to prevail over that of many. our inquiry into the international transfers of priests accused of pedophilia begins in the united states. we're in chicago in the shadow of this cathedral to would just a very unique kind of protest. or it's you know it's not all are victims of pedophile priests. in their hands portraits of them as children when they were abused.
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in the us sixteen thousand people have already launched complaints for sexual abuse against catholic priests. these victims have joined forces for the annual conference of their support group smout survivors network of those abused by priests. hello everybody. it's great to see you again and i think it looks like we've got a bigger group than last year which is even better news so how many of you are here for the first time. thanks to. remember that all of us here are survivors of sexual assaults and betrayals during our youth so if you're looking for an opportunity to share your experience with
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people who truly get it this is the place. recently the organization has seen abuse victims from all over the world join its ranks it has become the internationale of those abused by the church. certainly it will be here because of the weather and use is so huge that every day and it will subside as the purpose of the focus that had on us but by that they gave us he said yes there was up in the south at. they identify. where you're from so you are to sure that i'm from germany from berlin and you elicits with a very lives. when there was four thousand you saw about the from the philippines of those years. just. the three years i was fifteen years old i was abused as a team for a long period of time with an oddly creased agreements just can't be. counted on. accounts from over fifty countries. at the end of the conference we talked to one
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of the activists on barrett doyle. facts reports from victims snap is the only group to been able to establish a list of priests worldwide allegedly involved in pedophilia cases we only include those priests who have been accused of child sexual abuse in a credible public document it has to be either a court document that's publicly accessible or a mainstream news outlet is called father she began her work fourteen years ago sorry refuge in the states these activists publish the names and photos of accused priests on the internet to try to ensure they never come into contact with children again. this is just the letter a and it just keeps going. on in the names of the i'm so far so all in in the entire database we have forty four hundred names to be
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of any friends. we do have several so father revoir is a very troubling case because he abused this young boy and and mario innuit oid did report the abuse eventually within statute and was fled he in one thousand nine hundred three it somehow spirited him back to france. where he lives safely now that's not the case of his victim who took his own life in december of two thousand and twelve to avoid justice one french priest accused of the sexual abuse of minors is thought to have fled to canada and be hiding in france. the story barely seems credible. we contacted the sister of one of the priests presumed victims. today as he told the league speaks to us from northern canada in a way territory her brother maher used to go he committed suicide five years ago he
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had filed a complaint against the french priest and she has sent us some old photos of her and her kid brother and one a follower of walk. modest. he has seen the what how. well. do i decide. do you think marty was the only.
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bird. we get our hands on the warrant issued to the canadian police for father of war's arrest. they've been after the priest since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. on it we discover the name of mario said but also two other boys made anonymous by the police with black lines. a girl of fourteen is also a mom go legit victims. the priest is thought to have abused four children. finally in the top left hand corner of vital piece of information the name of the town where the priest is believed to be hiding in france a small town in the bocuse where there's
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a monastery belonging to his community. so we catch the train to strasbourg. that's right because in the meantime we've got hold of some internal documents from his community father revoir has been transferred several times. after up in canada he didn't stay in who is presumed by the canadian police he apparently with next to to apply merely and that's what we lost track of him. but after several months of inquiries during a phone call. a priest from a priori we're father of war had stayed unwittingly gave us a new lead. which is to say the priest one of the by the canadian police for one thousand years for sexually abusing four children seemingly lives here in strasbourg among his religious community. from now on. we'll film with a hidden camera. no. telling what we want to watch
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motioning to and. shoot it looks good on. our information was correct. yes. the priest is here at the end of the corridor. you know so you know who can measure the thought of article on the new power almost as well it will be good only then used a vow never to look a screw up on like divestment that's the only the story told in a west hollywood don't sit as a said watch i was just off on film body to ruin it i wanted to feel there is was extra. in the movie live out what happened or the only thing that's risky or so before she had one of the way to distribute the film about.
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sleep and another member in months more. is going to it's going on do not use good so that you could push was a. parlor game here pinocchio here should take him. to the tsunami was a witness was. we sure the photo of the young into it maryse time to lick commercial just from sharing. in the winters is a number of us unless you insist the c.d.'s i've also got actually all you say about this is you did those you don't need or don't feel the same maybe i thought it was music's regulus you really didn't want to be good to be caesar is sure. to be relinquished his or her. from the minute you said it was it's written there than i have done a diet and you know it was it's no use it or if. nasiriya in school.


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