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i'm going to. india defines the threat of u.s. sanctions vice prime to deal with russia by its advanced as four hundred defense of . a tribe you know here's how informants working for ports in the semifinal by agency on balance of break the north if it prevents the picket cry. on the west head start of russia's g.r.u. military intelligence service exposing an alleged campaign of cyber attacks around the walls including on the international chemical weapons watchdog.
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very warm welcome you watching are saying international with me mccarran great to have you with us this hour now our top story of vols contracts to deliver russian s four hundred defense systems to india has been signed by a lot flatter me a putin on the range of modi the leaders pens the deal despite washington's attempts to stop india's signing. stand off is in new delhi for us. the whole scale of today's meeting while it was staggering if i was to list everything that the two leaders of all discussed from nuclear corp to agriculture to space and so on and so forth could easily take the rest of the day and also a very warm very cordial atmosphere between the leaders part of sort of word gypped out to india very special attention to its relationship with russia and distrust changing world the relationship is becoming even more important now nine hundred meeting gives a fresh impetus to
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a privilege to teach it blankenship talks have given new meaning to a mutual cooperation. there used to be with the military cooperation goes beyond supplies of russian weapons our countries jointly make can develop military products we maintain regular contacts between the defense ministries and general staffs of our countries when discussing the international agenda we confirm that russia and india are here to similar positions on key global issues so we've decided to step up our cooperation but among all these deals one that particularly stands out is the one that finalizes india's that was ition of russia's as four hundred anti-missile defense systems and it's not just about india expanding its defensive capabilities against its regional rivals like pakistan or china for example it's also new delhi sending a strong pure political message because you see every time someone shows interest or indeed buys a russian an advanced russian weapon washington falls or has
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a long standing policy for the agent handlers to agree to agents participating in crime for the avoidance of doubt i should be clear that such oversight would not provide endorsement of the legality of the policy you would not be asked to provide a view on whether any particular case should be referred to the prosecuting authorities well in this letter david cameron does bring up the question of up to actually making this information public and then goes on to say he kind of decides against it citing as has become so traditional national security so given really the thick veil of secrecy surrounding this issue as well as the apparent longstanding existence of such conduct of operation it really seems like this is a case that is going to be dragging out for quite some time. cavernous nomination to become a u.s. supreme court judge will advance to a final floor vote likely to be on saturday that's after a key senate procedural vote passed fifty one to forty nine without results
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unlikely to deter anti kavanah protesters. the was. a i. was warning you going to jail in salt lake city was tough but you know what's the u.s. . capitol has advanced to the final round of voting with fifty one yes and forty nine nays the final vote will bring an end to the month long confirmation process which witnessed a series of controversies kavanagh was accused of sexual assault by three different women and when the f.b.i. found him not guilty democrats still weren't satisfied and called for a new probe anti kavanaugh sentiment has trickled down to the grass roots and now protesters have been emerging all over the country and just yesterday three hundred
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protesters were arrested in d.c. and we asked protesters what exactly they were protesting check out their answers i feel like these decisions are being made by a lot of great men who might not know our situation and there's a lot of women out there who have experienced things like that like dr ford story and you know the fact that they're continuing their vote despite what she had to say is really disheartening like they're not even listening to the atrocities that have been happening since november twenty sixth team must end and common as just the cherry on the top of a very very rotten sunday how do you feel about kavanagh's records during the bush administration that you want the senators to. drive you say thank you to the doctor . that. he has lied about. memoranda that were stolen from the democrats he has equivocated about his legacy for.
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numerous other small and big lives i believe that if he. it's nominated. we have to get rid of a lot of protective regulations on the environment. and he's also got an array nice package so we know that he's going to be a lobbyist for. the stores both sides testified before the senate last thursday and one of kavanagh's friends a top facebook official decided to attend for moral support this resulted in a wave of backlash against facebook a platform that supports a liberal values and then he was forced to apologize check out his statement i want to apologize i recognize this moment is a deeply painful one internally and externally some took it as tacit support for cavanagh this even prompted zuckerberg to respond saying that he was a close friend of the queues and that he didn't break any company rules to stop cavanagh movement is pretty much proof that in today's political climate showing up
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to a protest with a cardboard sign in hand is effective political resistance and it doesn't look like it'll stop any time soon we spoke to media and legal analyst lionel who thinks covenant isn't the real target is. it's all based upon trump if this were this is not just this didn't happen would judge his predecessor but for some reason this one hit a nerve and what it always goes back to is if they can stop the president if they can interrupt the president's plan to begin embarrass the president and if they do anything to affect the midterms coming out of the midterm elections and in november it's all part of the benefit they are throwing everything they can into the works to stop the process and what you're seeing is one example of unfairness and injustice after another and it is. and i trust it will be
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over with his ultimate confirmation and swearing in. russia found itself confronted on thursday of the alleged activities of its military intelligence service the g.r.u. a number of western countries and international organizations called out moscow for dirty cyber tricks targeting groups ranging from the international chemical weapons watchdog to even a russian news agency r.t. is daniel hawkins breaks down the details. election interference troll factories this information about how king we've heard most of it before but the latest charge sheet to russia is all encompassing and endless there were hundreds of victims targeted by these russian criminals. international law in this way russia's indiscriminate campaign of cyber attacks violations of several u.s. criminal laws they will be exposed russia must stop reckless and irresponsible
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behavior. this reckless. behavior the russian government needs to know by wants to fully condemn this attack it will be exposed and there will be consequences on the world. that involved a prostitute the former i.m.f. chief has been charged with involvement in a prostitution ring off running out of french luxury hotels. i am not satisfied with it but there's a point in time when one is just. turned the page and move on.
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the u.s. congress has approved the creation of a sixty billion dollar investment agency to fund projects in developing countries but is led some to question what president donald trump's top priority is why this make america great again or to challenge china next things remember donald trump's plan to put america first i will always put america first america first. first rebuild and restore america's depleted infrastructure and i've been in construction and building all my life i love it. i love the smell of a construction site right the roads railways power plants and water systems of the united states are still in some pretty poor conditions but donald trump said that fixing it up would be a breeze interest rauscher is the easiest of all but now the department of transport disagrees with him there appears to be
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a lock of consensus and how to pay for this and tom told us how he was going to pay for rebuilding the united states he was going to do it by cutting overseas spending we have spent seven trillion dollars in the middle east seven trillion dollars what a mistake we're trying to build roads and bridges and fix bridges that are falling down and we have a hard time getting the money it's crazy and the usa is already saving money this way they've just cut aid to the pakistanis to the palestinians and to the united nations so are you ready to start revving up those drills and jackhammers are you ready to start pouring some cement and laying rails well yes but not in the usa the usa is about to spend sixty billion dollars to build infrastructure in developing countries sixty billion does that number sound familiar well it should that's the amount of money china promised to africa last month and it's pretty clear that u.s. politicians heard about it this investment will allow us to reduce poverty in areas
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that are critical to our national security compete with chinese influence in the developing world so if you are all excited about railways and highways and development here at home wait a minute looks like america is not going to be first after all it's a very strange situation to be talking about being sixty billion dollars in infrastructure development in the third world which certainly needs it while not funding the disastrous infrastructure in the us which is as bad as in the third world i don't see it going anywhere frankly big. as i think when this comes out and american see it happening they're going to freak out because our roads are as bad as third world roads why it didn't happen was because. trump had other things he wanted to do more which was to give tax breaks to the rich and to.
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fund a huge huge increase in the military budget. is from the gaza israel border now three palestinians have been killed during protests on friday including a twelve year old boy a further three hundred seventy six protesters were injured as according to local health officials israel says around twenty thousand palestinians gathered at the border as part of continuing demonstrations. because. my
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demonstrators gather every friday for the great march of return they regularly set fire to tires on throw explosives that israeli forces the protests began in the spring when donald trump recognized jerusalem as israel's capital and the u.s. embassy there friends hell of a is around two hundred palestinians have been killed in the process israel says it intends to prevent further violence by carrying out a large scale reinforcement of the border the war. in the wake of donald trump's controversial comments toward saudi arabia where he said the state would collapse without u.s. support one of washington's key enemies has reached out to riyadh wrong sparring ministers said the country should work together to ensure regional security. present drunk repeatedly humiliate the saudis by saying they can't last two weeks
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without is support this is the recompense for the delusion that one security can be outsourced we again extend our hand to our neighbors let's build a strong region and stop this conceit. saudi arabia and the u.s. have been strong allies for decades in the last ten years the washington sold the country three hundred fifty billion dollars in weapons other business deals between the two powers are said to be worth tens of billions but now trump claims the saudi king would be dethroned it no time at all if it wasn't for american money. we project should be arabia would you show the rich. and i love the sharman but. we're protecting you you might not be there for two weeks without you have to pay for your. well patrick eddings and founder of the news website twenty first century wired believes iran is simply trying to convince saudi arabia it doesn't need
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america's protection the question is who is the u.s. protecting saudi from they're not going to be invaded overthrown by styria or even there is no country strong enough to topple saudi arabia except for the united states so that's how our protection racket works you pay the mafia and the mafia allows you to run your business and what iran is doing by reaching out is basically exposing that hypocrisy saying look you're under a protectionist arrangement or a protection racket arrangement from the united states and so why don't you think about a collective regional security arrangement that's in everybody's interests and so not to be a client state of washington. the phenomenon of fake news has now moved beyond the media and it academia three scholars submitted a series of hoax papers to supposedly serious journals and got them published
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despite the absurdity of some of the claims in their work among twenty papers published there was a version of mine re written from the perspective of feminism also a review which exposes rape culture by studying the sexual misconduct of dogs in parks and forgets the facts bodybuilding paper that claims those with a bigger waistline have their place pumping iron. there are more and it is clearly towards rosalie. that it is. we rewrote. compazine or sexual fantasy and this trend was accepted.
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all struggle is my struggle solidarity feminism as an intersectional reply to mere liberal and choice feminism. i march with two papers accepted published it would be fair to say they would become accepted grievance scholars by june it was three one having been officially honored by the journalist excellent scholarship. as five by august staff should have been possible. human reactions to rape culture and queerer performative a-t. urban dog parks. overcoming and for palm a tree and a framework for fat body building. themes of objectification sexual conquest masculine toughness in a sexually objectifying restaurant. i
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thoroughly enjoyed reading this article and it has an important contribution to make to the field and is joining all. the support of the world and no to this but time still to generate important dialogue and social workers and fun in the school it's. proven studies does not continue the work of the civil rights to be corrupt and it trades upon their good names to keep pushing a kind of social snakeoil onto a public that keeps them. in yemen thousands of people filled the streets of rebel controlled sun are on friday to protest the actions of saudi arabia and its allies. marcia's condemns the saudi led coalition which they say is pursuing
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a policy of blockade and starvation people held up weapons and plant cards as a way of expressing their discontent it's been nearly three years since the beginning of the saudi led intervention in yemen civil war which has included heavy bombing and economic sanctions the national currency has since collapsed and at least twenty million people are in urgent need of food water and medical aid. but if you have something to say about any of our stories we'd love to hear it so do get in touch by following us on social media live in all your comments there join us again at the top of the hour for the latest headlines see them. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of
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the world of politics small business i'm showbusiness i'll see that. when a loved one is murder it's natural to seek the death penalty for the murder i would prefer it be no limit death penalty just because i think that's the fair thing the right thing research shows that for every nine executions one convict is found innocent the idea that we were executing innocent people is terrifying there's just no way that doesn't mean that we're even many of the times families want the death penalty to be abolished the reason we have to keep the death penalty here is because that's what murder victims' families what that's going to give them peace that's going to give them justice and we come in saying. not quite enough we've been through this this isn't the way.
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you know world of big partisan movies a lot 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 smarter we need to stop slamming the door. and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. yes the comedy show where americans in america covering american news are called
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foreign agents. the u.s. military has quietly said it won seventy self driving supply trucks by twenty twenty and seeing as twenty one trillion dollars has gone unaccounted for the pentagon over the past twenty years when the pentagon wants something the pentagon to get something. now supply trucks in and of themselves don't really sound so bad right even if the supply trucks run over some people that will be the least destruction our military has ever gone. but because.


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