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the college and i'm on stories so that's why i can set the task to see as much as i can here him to get a full some are at each column drink or twenty year old more or less that is the equivalent of all of this a run for fifteen hundred roubles let's see if we can do it. on our first stop today is a cultural one very busy one judging by the shoes of people waiting to go in here to the program on stalin built in one thousand and forty two plates were at least all the chief joseph nollywood on the event a little tired of. the euro. less than thirty years ago similar was a clothes to be towards others to each of the important particularly in the soviet
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space program. but not for five hundred fifty roubles you can get a stellar as you like and learn all the secrets there are to know on the space company's evolution. it's time to do it i'm afraid the first selfie of the. always any football fan knows who has to refuse to be in top shape from all the games on your in some or there is a surprisingly future radio to conclude seems i'm going to try one that's being recommended to me to spec food. so this really is the perfect pit stop for a traveller moment bullshit i'm getting ready to eat meat on my station for law caught before it is excellent let's try this. food. company we come across a magnetic looking denmark fonthill going to last them in a word what the experience of them are. twenty to get excited amazing guys right
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here let's look hello what you speak french pretty good. some guys getting. tired but it's been really nice. that sounds good finally hello sir. so seeing just some of what the city house to offer a couple fun there don time we've seen some great sights we beat some food food a couple of your live in my pocket so let's just go find it for. we follow the money it's no ordinary like there is the prodigal son. thank you very much. for the people some of the. rates to. disable fun back in brazil get the most out of the world
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cup experience well with his friends we can report. i was born deaf and aged fourteen i was diagnosed with russia syndrome twenty three i lost my eyesight. in twenty fourteen everyone was gathering round to watch the wall cops and i was thinking how am i going to watch this i ask for help from some friends. to help i grabbed a cardboard box and started tearing it's make it square represents football. school comes here comes we began filming and had no idea it would go viral emotions were running high at the end of the games kara was very moved.
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to. famous people telling me that they see why but i know that we've had many views on social networks and that makes me happy. i. felt that it would be fantastic if we could get to the world cup final without bars in the stadium and the flags flying i would love to go to moscow and be at the final in russia. with thousands of fans taking pictures and videos during the world cup in russia she started to compile the best of them for you to check out you can follow all the fans all you view project on our site. ok.
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i. i i i. i. us. so much want to come here to follow the rules all the spills of the will come to any eighty right here were naughty on air and online we promise you that. generally speaking mr trump's unilateralist notably the unilateralism which we saw with regards to iran which we also saw with regards to the paris agreement
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regarding climate change which we saw with regards to the american embassy in jerusalem all these unilateral decisions i challenge from my point of view the quality of our transatlantic relations. you can affirm the banks the rating agencies the government and the central bank it's called a racket the u.k. profits from it and some way that's how the aristocracy keeps going and that's not going to stop.
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some of the news headlines this monday morning now germany's interior minister is threatening to resign amid a growing divide with chancellor angela merkel over immigrant policies or c. hoffa has pushed for a tougher stance on asylum seekers and german media is now suggesting that he wasn't at all swayed by that recent deal struck by the e.u. to try to solve the migrant crisis. i said that i will present my decision to resign and that i will implement this if a solution is not found within the next three days the german chancellor angela merkel is fighting for her political survival interior minister mr c. hoffa issued angela merkel with a two week ultimatum that expired on the first of july sunday mr c. hoffa saying that he once had to find a european solution to the migrant crisis and now we're hearing that he feels he is
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left with no choice but to turn back migrants from germany's borders this of course flies in the face of the german chancellor's open door policy and she of course felt that she had found this european solution after a two day summit that was held thursday and friday in brussels there was an e.u. summit that if he now seems as if the interior minister would disagree. we are sure that we have the right to immediately send migrants from the border was all does not open up we go and either we find a solution so that you never can be your own people feel that we are guided by values and that we advocate multilateralism and not you know literally or no one will believe in our values which have made us all strands if mr c. hoffa in fact resigns this will see a break up of the seventy year alliance between his christian social union and angela merkel's party what it does mean is that she will either become the leader of a minority government or should have to call for new elections while at the same time
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no doubt she's likely to lose support from within the own party this is a particularly tense time for angle immokalee who is fighting for her political survival you know political scientists we spoke to believes the standoff with the german leadership may not end with a favorable compromise either. apparently uncle american doesn't want to move or is unable to move due to european obligations and for the christian social union it is of utmost importance not to lose credibility the promise has been that say over would stop immigration of those who are not entitled to go through a asylum procedure in germany the situation seems to be without any serious exit maybe both of them come to a lot reason finding some kind of a compromise formula but i can hardly imagine any wording of such a formula which would avoid one of them losing his face on friday eally does manage
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to agree on a new strategy for tackling migration into the block they struck the deal that will see some member states do more to help the countries hardest hit by the influx comes after weeks of political infighting triggered by the new italian government's hardline stance. it's your response to the situation with aquarius is proof of a form of cynicism and a lack of responsibility on behalf of the italian government when faced with this dramatic humanitarian disaster. my duty is to defend the borders of this country which cannot become a refugee camp only those have the right to enter it's legal and it's and there are other ports they can go to in spain france malta and the netherlands.
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and it's going to be a very long night we should have a good dose of bread. most of the impossible to even agree just. fine but.
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the only thing european states appear to have agreed on is to block people at the doorstep of europe regardless of how vulnerable they are or what horrors the aske a pain measures that a few years ago we deemed unacceptable now are being common talk so do you think that the e.u. is barreling down to the far right just not the property rights list the problem is immigration. immigration is also sparking controversy across the atlantic mass rallies were held in seven hundred fifty cities in the u.s. over the weekend against president obama's policies a flashpoint the debate of course was the separation of those children from their parents and illegally crossed america's southern border now that part's been
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dropped of course since the huge public outcry over it in the west on record takes a closer look at the whole issue. american liberals have been attacking trump on all fronts criticizing his stance on everything from immigration to race relations . i say that's. ok oh yeah ok yeah. ok. for you. but the us was already seeing rising discrimination long before trump took office caging immigrant children for example it was alive and well under the obama administration news media is is not telling you that obama did something very similar back in two thousand and fourteen he separated many many children from
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their parents and some of them back to mexico while the parents were still here sent others to the northeastern part of the united states and there were pictures of them sleeping in the same conditions that the trumpet ministration has of sleeping now but the media never puts anything in context i call that fake news by omission hillary clinton also appeared to support these policies only changing course when it became the latest anti trump trend what's happening to families at the border is horrific. they should be sent back as soon as it can be determined who responsible adults in their families are all of them who can be should be reunited with their families but we have to send a clear message just because your child gets across the border that doesn't mean the child gets to stay between two thousand and five and two thousand and sixteen legal latino immigrants reporting discrimination increased across the u.s. assaults against muslims also saw a steady rise during obama's tenure and police brutality against unarmed
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african-americans didn't need trump to continue its rise so although it's now. trendy to attack trump for society's problems some americans are wondering how much the system itself is to blame when it comes to immigration this is a problem that has not been it's been addressed but there's been no congressional action on immigration since since the days of the reagan administration and in that at that time we were living in a whole different world because that was a long time ago we have a different situation now and last administration which was in power for eight years at one point they had the white house and they had the senate with sixty votes and they had the house and they could have solved this immigration problem anytime they wanted within the first two years of obama's first term and they did not and what trump is trying to do with here is fix this broken system which has been broken for a very very long time and if the system is indeed giving rise to all of these
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problems perhaps there needs to be more focus on addressing the causes rather than the symptoms donald corder r.t. i'll leave you that for exactly twenty six minutes past eleven in the morning this monday here in moscow that's where the headlines and look at this so dominated by russia beating spade in the world cup knockout stage last night late to the day a quick reminder it's brazil face of mexico belgium against japan make up to your number one choice for the atmosphere around the games our correspondents are in all those key cities for you there moscow for now is kevin always saying thanks for watching and have a great monday. manufacture consent to stick to the public will. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final merry go round listen to the one
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percent. we can all middle of the room. signals. for a very real need for. what politicians to do something to. put themselves on the water. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury or somehow want to preserve. it to life to be prosperous what the forecast for you in the morning can be a good fit i'm interested always in the waters of my colleagues. question. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation and another by michael hoping the board doesn't run from the eyes of god and just dollars on the guns. with their death even at the dock on into the sea
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it's a must also apply them proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that a such a security risk when you have a black box operating the public eye to microsoft dependency puts governments under a cyber threat and not only that to think office can put us in mall that's what we call softness of the sense of selling missiles and no one. will fall into almost like the old missile board was all of those. things and all this in the arsenals of the host i'm done with the old vision stopping there was listing of only holes in front of the top and these cards on the find. a plate for many flips over the years so i know the game inside guides. the ball
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isn't only about what happens on the pitch put a funnel school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the ship or money just kill you narrowness and spend the trip to twenty million one fly a. book it's an experience like nothing else on earth because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy great so what more chance with. the beaks it's going to. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest kill people . but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and a huge amount of pressure can remap you have to be the center of the problem here with you and do so with all the great the great good you are the rock at the back
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nobody gets past you we need you to get going let's go. to a low. and i'm really happy to join that for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet the special one. needs to just say the radio team's latest edition to make up a bigger. look. you know world big partisan group. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smart we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the troops the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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another lesson you know which schools out there both issue should go with you and who can speak with you with you. it was little q. did this whole cause. is up in islam as to who would sleep when you know it's not a need. for you when you go to use some of those awful but it gets on the list and it's good to go. slow to slow it is when you know how to eat free and so destroying important that is over. one did it step on the. slow play. the hero status of step on bond was short lived in two thousand and ten victoriano covert each was elected president this time the international community had no doubts about the legitimacy of the elections in january two thousand and eleven victoriana covert repealed the hero
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title of bond era. almost four years into his presidency though another revolution shook ukraine unfortunately this one was anything but peaceful. night. mr yanukovych which i'm an american i'm an outsider to the situation and it's very complicated but i would like as a as a filmmaker just to jump into the action and go to those moments in november two thousand and thirteen you're president of the ukraine you've been president for three years at this point the country is in bad economic shape very bad you have a trade agreement with russia and now you are seeking to make a better agreement with the e.u. with the european union and you are negotiating can you bring me to that moment and
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what you're thinking just sitting at the bill. with what i mean the. need to destroy india but i believe him would be pleased to treat that in knots them but them will not. drop out of cuba because there's a shit too early in numbers no one who we fund. not but it is really new who would got them we really put a hoarder. numb but it lol knew pretty human we had then asked what he wanted to share in the snatch it in there but not yet. very full blown the silliness clears you see we're now in that on the sea chilly in the house or was the treat in your last quote of the cylinder but it also the whole bit but he isn't here when they are the only partially blues really drew here vary on the. what but also surely a few of the customers not all of know well you know form the one they are but here
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deities to try to not some of us thought well as i see here. but i see it now because the time we had to was so i mean i bought it but if you want to use it which national interests it then wish to become the middle strain erase you. so there's no risk of you doing the economy socialist so little you can only afford when you can get the shit. i see when you pull out committed no since you don't about it i'm not going to separate them which i'm almost just going to. take it one of them. was a paid user seems to me that what i mean the national t.v. tourists mistake it to go where. it got them when that tradition died belongs we. saw. the tone and you would open. it can they misuse q i scored zero. but year europa convinced that thing you put it
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very close to you the skill in play at them blow. struck a shelter in a particular well scholarly condition used to carry a nationalist that was to be good to you will but move to the. north when you don't need to but up let you. know stripping her water you would open a new in shelley's to spear home. but them more than they are them. violent clashes erupted in the ukrainian capital kiev fast malls and one hundred thousand people protested against a government decision to delay an association deal with the e.u. . vitale you were minister of interior affairs for the ukraine during this period and you were chief of police essentially of the country can you tell me your version of what happened from november protests through february protests in middle
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school or go in for months with. these issues but not some go the law. is all of. them will mean you still. putting it. right but this on your. c.v. to be as consumers are semi outs and you leader of the opposition party fatherland book leader of the opposition nationalist far right political parties vitali klitschko leader of the opposition party you. both e.u. and ukrainian officials said on thursday the suspension of talks on closer ties could be revived after the two day meeting but officials said the deal was off the table for now. thank.
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you. pro e.u. protests on the streets of kiev and to their second day the crowd of a round of thousand protesters were joined by the leader of the opposition or any well boxing champion vitaly klitschko he called on the demonstrators to maintain pressure on the government after it decided not to sign a major trade deal with the e.u. you go back to kiev the next day after the meeting with merkel. and protests are up at my right can you take me through that period so someone let's. find the money at the worst with the mute in the uk see. more snow. yet at the mobil have. to go to. if you want me a pretty much. as we took appropriate for the will move and you built
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a will grow. up just in the going is also. what you see is the loser i don't like the interest of the least a little to shift my ground. robert perry is a longtime investigative journalist based in washington d.c. best known for his major disclosures about the iran contra scandal in the one nine hundred eighty s. he is the founder of consortium news where he has reported extensively on the crisis in ukraine and the forces behind the unrest and in geo is a non-governmental organization how many n.g.o.s are quite legitimate they represent good causes that maybe they help people in a country the door deal with water problems or deal with various kinds of social problems but there are some n.g.o.s that have become funded by government entities and serve more the purpose of that government rather than trying to serve the people that they are sensibly working for one thing we saw in the one nine hundred
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eighty s. at that point the central intelligence agency had been largely discredited because of the scandals that had been exposed in the one nine hundred seventy s. but that being years the cia has secretly financed its overseas activities of the national students association but then there came to light a fantastic web of cia penetration so when the reagan administration came in there was this concept that instead of having the cia which traditionally would go into these different target countries funding. they're media funding n.g.o.s funding different political operations that was essentially farmed out to a new organization called the national endowment for democracy which was created in one thousand nine hundred three and it would do pretty much what the agency used to do it would go into one of these countries and it would support various political groups train activists deal with journalists business groups and try to advance u.s. foreign policy interests sometimes against the interests of the of the host government
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the target government and beyond that they receive financial and other logistical help from the national endowment for democracy and other u.s. agencies that help them training activists working with journalists to get to their side presented more favorably they work on things like how do you get traction how do you get things to go viral how do you then use that to generate support for your cause and support was generally was the funny stuff and i am the founder of one of ukraine's new media outlets. don't really know. much good t.v. knew very well how to make something go viral. it was his notorious facebook post on november twenty first two thousand and thirteen that brought the first crowds to my don't get in the suckers to support your bitch it's simple to put the list below with this if it's sick.


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