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they are a very generously lend their support to the background so what kind of human drugs is in which to live a million children a woman does not come from. politicians to do something good to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure more some want to be that's. what's it like to be for us to see what the before us three of them or can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters of our. first city.
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the far right britain isn't just on the march it's taking violent my daughter's actions they are quite a bit of that goes in arguing i see these organizations which are all usually split into which we feel betrayed differ by how do you view that. a. complex web of richard basham.
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i want to show you something these are the ten cardinals that are usually considered the last poll full of the vatican this is the c. nine right it's an advisory board ok and here are get out for effect of the congregation of the doctrine on the face among these ten cadging also four are accused of having covered up try it you know that of course. what you think of it i have no no particular knowledge about any of them i i just said to me that you knew it i know that there are allegations but i don't know what dr what is the the background of these cases i am not the investigating if you want me to be mauled. besides marshall ok george bell so he's here in australia a few months ago in front of the australian royal commission on sexual abuses within the church ear recognised knowing sexual abuses from australian trius but
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did not denounce them to justice so what do you think of him being in this he nine with that story i have been to australia last year i've travelled i have been in the diocese i met with three survivors from the school where are now powell was at that time that the vice director of the school and. willing gage to cooperate with justice and it will operate in the sense of setting up a safeguard in measures in the same way you will this is future but you didn't denounce sexual abuse it's very far and isn't this you know and he admitted is it sucking for you or not of course it was shocking you know for him to be in this you nine and not have been denouncing her sexual abuse on minors you know for sure.
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it has always in chile here. documents and that has you is has waited five years after the first victim spoke out to take action and to remove the prized father correct. and sire father carriage about has been since proven guilty by the vatican of sexual abuses is here. still in the city nine. yeah i'm not responsible for the abundance of guns once you think of it i'm not the one who decides on that but what do you think i think they would stay as long as i want something that thank you very much it seems then that only the pope has the power to punish these cardinals so why doesn't he take stronger action. maybe because he too faced accusations in his homeland of argentina long before his election. when he was archbishop of buenos aires he apparently tried to have a pedophile priest to put him.
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in when a serious along with god or rather diego maradona the pope is a star his face is everywhere. and yet some refused to share the sick on a graphical. in the city center we've arranged to meet a group of victims they were abused by priests in the archdiocese appointed serious . they learned pope francis when he was there archbishop this. is the this. is it is this the. only room this is. all that it is that we keep it. says. to me.
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so that. those who can do without this. still some. even moondog got it i mean. that i do listen to that but that's. it i see the silliest. internet. it's a pretty small town that if it. even a mere young kid cared at all you know and. he if that's the only thing i get if he were to be that one if. he if he threw it open he would to get the witnesses to know. it. as archbishop of buenos aires pope francis was seemingly deaf to the distress of these
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victims. but apparently it's worse in another case concerning other victims some believe he's willfully trying to divert the course of justice. for father cross he faced the biggest pedophilia scandal in the argentinian church secretary who says our grassy was one of the best known priests in the country very influential and often in the media spotlight doing well with a rather less big. ran a huge orphanage until some of the children bear a launched a complaint against him for sexual abuse in two thousand and nine he was sentenced to fifteen years in prison still today he's behind bars. but the argentinean church did all in its power to have him acquitted. one public eye a go represented father grossness child victims. a trial spread over a few thousand years and opposite him the most renowned attorneys in the land but
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also the catholic church. see no innocent it almost in an annual of mean this. up but he said oh no leave it was. almost they don't you know that this will take us all let us see theater models over what is going to set that are going to see me end up it was sort of a so what the site is. don't be fooled by the cover which makes you think it's a book this twenty eight hundred pages. outer inquiry is a confidential internal argentinian church legal text. inside the children argues the fault of occasions lies deceit and invention even their own sexual orientation is questioned. the conclusion is clear the court's decision was wrong father rasi had to be acquitted on appeal. one paragraph caught our eye. this work was commissioned in two thousand and ten by the
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argentina preschool conference and notably by its then president cardinal bergoglio now pope francis. so the pope did commission a counter in corrie to try to have a priest who had been sentenced for pedophilia acquitted. i did said that was labor gugliotta the future pope actually sent it to the judges with a shrewd sense of timing before followed rossi's various appeal hearings. one of the magistrates received a copy of the counter inquiry agreed to meet us. problems my case a former appeal court judge and former minister of justice is today a high court judge. it's the first time he's spoken openly about the cross the case . he remembers very well the day he found this counter inquiry on his desk with a senior this is the syrians who visit him as he is there was no influential way
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and so if we know enough of the. case and. they know anything. it is in a zero now to see what equal that is and that will cost us more if i decided not to does it do you know that you're going to have cutting it's an idea if i was the us look at what it is it is or that said well that's what the impetus you're sort of places. from here on the in the fields that to defeat the cost to sit in may and. not finally useless father across the sentence was upheld at both the appeals court and high court. at the center of the counter inquiry commission by the pope when he was archbishop of buenos aires is the account of a boy. the main victim of crime. since the case blew up in
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the early two thousand it's the first time he's agreed to talk to a reporter. he wants to remain anonymous because he's still afraid of reprisals. assuming i mean asio i mean if i hear it i it. nationally custom. show of course us. it was awful sonali he said then you. also said as the case you want to hold. but i guess one thing that's all we have in there was. that the two over the here keep keep can says these to stephen. is. as i said well known in the us and the among the. asian little trade casey. and i wanna know they go. loco and it is as you can make it up out of this i think
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. the pope has never publicly commented on the grassy case. for eight months we tried to get an interview with the holy father dozens of requests all refused. so at the vatican we tried to meet his holiness. he was to hold a public audience on st peter's square. we want to give folks francis a letter with all our questions on his suppose a brawl in the attempt to divert the course of justice in argentina. thousands of people have countered. we'll need a miracle to get to talk to the pope.
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few hours later the pope will be on the rod. the third time it passes we shot the the. something that. is to give our last. thing a few minutes later. listen. listen to that end of as old as the i don't think that i included you see saddened to. see sunday that that and castle get out phew i intend that the line through into d.c.
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out and you. know better get the deal is this to deal and end castle garcia. but i. now. despite our quick chat neither pope francis nor any vatican official has ever answered our letter. at the end of this investigation there's one question how can the catholic church retrieve itself from these guilty silences. surge men from a number of countries such as belgium the united states and the netherlands are mobilizing and launching a national inquiry commissions on sexual abuse within the church. all victims are listened to and the spotlight has fallen on the responsibility of the bishops. so let us pray may the vatican order a worldwide inquiry commission. so that past scars maybe he'll let me still have
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a key twenty four was a russian and world politics is about if there isn't a set for a full stop and a landslide victory in the twenty eighteen presidential election. as an election night rally in central moscow putin calls for national unity to move the country forward. and we speak exclusively to opposition candidates because a new subject is finished fourth after failing to challenge the established political heavyweights. is the most important value of my program educational russian people of telling them truths about the situation believing.
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i'm kate partridge and you're watching the latest election day headlines here at r.t. international thank you for joining us. boating has now finished in russia's presidential election with almost ninety nine percent of the votes not counted preliminary results show vladimir putin has won a false turn in the kremlin is kevin irwin and nicky aaron without special coverage from red square in the heart of moscow hello and welcome to our special studio on moscow's iconic red square right next to crimea as you can see the seat of russian yeah it's been a super sized election spanning eleven time zones across the seventeen million square kilometers off parents very long to drive is the road they were approaching
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has secured a fourth term as the russian president by a huge margin. in from the communist party is so i could infer it's just an off ski from the liberal democratic party before heading over to his h.q. to address the crowd of supporters that last minute putin gave this speech live clone six concert was marking four years and since crimea has read the patient with russia correspondent dr david ensor march eighteenth of course in the court. day for a number of reasons here in russia today of course is the presidential election but it's also the anniversary of the reunification with crimea it was four years ago today that the treaty was signed bring crimea back under the umbrella of the russian federation and this concert was organized in commemoration of that just a stone's throw from red square star after star came on stage and sing a famous songs with everyone singing along and dancing but of course the main event was president putin himself he came out just after it was announced that he had
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officially won and this is the first time he spoke after that announcement the crowd was extremely excited to see him and you first came out on surprising with a huge smile on his face but he have a very good message for those who are here talking about unifying russia you know even coming together with those who may have voted for other candidates he also talked about the the work that needs to be done going forward for now and he also thanked everyone for coming out despite the cult's night but nobody really seems to mind among the dancing the singing and drinking hot tea that's being sold around the kids square and the square has been packed tonight i can't see you both as but there are thousands of people packed in the square enjoying the concert yes huge turnout for it to say this is not snowy but chilly by the weather's been all. voting today in the center of moscow following those celebrations putin headed over to his h.q. then again to central moscow which is a mystery could also give a course about the challenges he's now going to face in his next six year as often
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as he goes down off explain blood in her putin has made an appearance here at these headquarters and then held a short press conference and the first question he was asked was about the screwball case about the poisoning of a former russian double agent in great britain and the blame for the poisoning is being widely pinned to only russia and even on putin personally his powers lattimer putin responded to those allegations. the first thing that comes to my mind is that had this been a military poison the people affected would have died immediately this is obvious the second thing is that there are no such substances in russia we destroyed all our chemical weapons as monitored by international inspectors and we did this first unlike some of our partners who promised to do the same but didn't fulfill their promise we are ready for cooperation and general i think anyone with common sense understands that it's nonsensical for russia to do such
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a thing before the election and the world cup it's just crazy another announcement that came rather unexpected from vladimir putin was so when he was asking a question whether or not whether he will be planning to run six years from now when the next presidential election what lattimer putin did he hinted that this could be his final term as the leader of russia but yanukovych at the moment i'm not planning any constitutional changes with let's go to this i was more than this do you think you will be in the presidential cedes until twenty thirty or that of course if you change the constitution because they both have to stay with this mission which i think what you're saying is laughable i'm not going to stay there until i turn one hundred he also talked about he's cabinet appointments about the potential shifts in the russian government he said that all of those will be announced after the inauguration in terms of voter turnout the these elections have been spectacular and it is not only the whole of russia voted for the cross all
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eleven time zones but also we've seen huge hume's of people abroad because their vote which the grabbed of course so a big turnout not the largest in russia's history but certainly closer to the top mark and right now it doesn't look like there is a force that can still play them or putin from spending the next six years as russia's president all of the presidential candidates have passed that by that today. here are some of the highlights from that by saying. hello. hello. hello hello hello hello. hello hello. hello. hello hello. thank you
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thank you. thank you. for the first in one hundred forty five countries all around the globe the russians were able to go to the local embassies and consulates but one long queue spent from the paper folded patiently wait to have a bad day and been at lax and votes were just on telephone with a kind of group of our heads as well one russian cosmonaut we know what it was didn't want to miss sadie they're all talking to your select the push you back on the three to call off the pilot so to say that a hundred percent so that all the international space station yesterday as it was now there's been a few unexpected bugs is that the saudi model will so check this out. thank you so.
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little. this. time the main opposition candidate extend your subject to challenge the established political heavyweight she's finished for we speak exclusively to. liberal opposition candidate thirty six year old showed up at her own h.q. just minutes after the last polling station in russia closed but really there was nothing to celebrate back then it was already clear that she was going to come
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forth but with less than two percent well regardless of that. as we've heard many times today likes to portray herself as the new prominent opposition figure in this country and perhaps that explains the heat in the debate she had a little earlier with alexei vali who is one of the most fierce critics of a lot of our protein in russia but as we remember he hadn't been allowed to take part in this election under a law that bans people who were charged criminally from running for president. zealots. so i looked on the barley final yesterday to concede that. they mean me to spar with you know it's been with us. who does not win you my store we see you. in the over the top here because.
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when you look. at the floor not clear who. was the only one you would assume that if you ask any politician any presidential candidate around the world if he or she would be happy with that kind of disappointing result you'd expect the answer no in a vast majority of cases but as saying a sub jack told me in an exclusive live interview a few hours. go she doesn't see it that way course it's not the result i would dream about but my campaign was not about results my complaint was about talking truth on their propaganda stick channels of federal t.v. in russia this result is higher than of any other liberal candidate and that makes a platform for rhenish and if we take your results the result of good for you beats me and mr t. tough as well and.


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