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historically. to claim that there are 3 issues. to poor. muslims the fact that we are poor is no longer correct because our per capita purchase very is higher than some of the quran do you remember a country. wiki leaks founder julian assange with 17 charges of espionage by u.s. prosecutors for publishing classified military documents and diplomatic cables in 2010. an emotional tourism a call that a day as the u.k. prime minister and the. conservative party leader on june the 7th. by do so with no ill will but with a normal during gratitude to
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a part of the opportunity to serve the country i love. your heart is the type syrian army positions and it lead province using tanks and vehicles filled with explosives yet the west point the finger at damascus for the escalation. and a new study reveals that the hundreds of widely sold eve products from clothes and makeup to children's toys may contain harmful chemicals. and we came here on r.t. international live from our studio with mean a day or 2 to this is our roundup of the top stories from the last 7 days and the latest up to date news welcome to the program. u.s. prosecutors have unveiled 17 fresh charges against wiki leaks. that you in the
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sonship falling under the espionage act they come on top of a charge of conspiring to hack a u.s. government computer which forms the basis of an extradition request from us on issues common serving time in the u.k. don't call it a takes a closer look at what it all means for the whistleblower. the stakes are now much higher for imprisoned wiki leaks founder julian assange and 17 new charges by a notoriously anti whistleblower court and potentially up to 175 years in prison this new batch of accusations falls under the espionage act used to convict spies and detractors during the 1st world war the indictments legal ease of obtaining and disclosure of sensitive government information which often just means exposing government wrongdoings is lighting a fire under stablish when american journalists since after all they're doing it to this is to put it bluntly wrong unconstitutional and downright tyrannical this is
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a pretty aggressive new move by the justice department a big deal here for a 1st amendment advocates the government is now trying to assert this brand new right to criminally prosecute people for publishing secret stuff and newspapers and magazines and investigative journalists and all sorts of different entities publish secret stuff all the time that is the bread and butter of what we do with the new indictment of us on the government is advancing a legal argument that places such an important work in jeopardy the administration has gone from denigrating journalists as enemies of the people to now criminalizing common practices in journalism notice anything not a lot about a songes work or fate but quite a bit about there's this is the prosy of the mainstream media here in the united states just a couple of weeks ago the washington post editorial board ran an editorial saying that julian was not a journalist well guess what the washington post one pulitzer prizes you'll using the information that julian and we keep leaks published so you don't. i think that
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in a normal world the washington post the new york times the wall street journal the guardian and every other major news outlet would be lining up 100 julian to support him they're not the thing is though some might argue the war on freedom of speech began long ago back in 2012 a songe fled to the ecuadorian embassy in london for political asylum over fears of extradition to the u.s. after exposing potentially incriminating acts by the u.s. military for 7 years he was interned there and conditions the u.n. said amounted to arbitrary detention at times he was denied access to the internet stifling his journalistic work and all the while an allegation of rape in sweden has hung over his head his lawyers claim the alleged victim said it was actually the police who sought charges not her the establishment media has had plenty of things to say back then and not much had to do with the 1st amendment the free
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press is not responsible for the origins of any material that gets to us. unless of course we are responsible for it because we had something to do with how it was a leak illegally obtained if someone's wife was potentially a risk responsible media you would know a publisher yes these are conversations hard conversations that are had in newsrooms around the country and the world at the end of the day what would you say to those people who do claim that look he's his activities to follow mold damage than good you are not allowed to help instruct you are not allowed to try to help somebody defeat security system they prefer to accuse the sonnes of working with the russians and of course to claim at the end he neglected his personal hygiene and like playing with his fecal matter for years they've been ignoring restrictions on the songes freedom of speech and smearing him for the sake of the narrative but the monster they created has now turned against the. well the
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mainstream media is absolutely hypocritical you know they spent these last several years criticizing critiquing damning stands for constantly continuously all of a sudden now they've woken up and pretended to be so upset about the 17 charges of espionage they do feel threatened now it has nothing to do with freedom of press freedom of speech they feel threatened because they do the same thing to the songes done every day of the week it's just called national security reporting and so now all of a sudden sitting closer to home and they're pretending to be more concerned about it. term mind you here are some of the biggest revelations made over the years back in 2010 thousands of documents and classified video related to the wars in iraq and afghanistan were made public that leak detailed among other things the indiscriminate shooting civilians in iraq a year later the so-called good to move files revealed routine torture in kuantan a move on the deaths of inmates from harsh treatment and in
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a 26 sting we can reveal the pro clinton media bias during the 2016 presidential campaign and a plot to push bernie sanders out of the race. and science as long a split public opinion and i'll guess to play to the latest twist in what's been a long legal saga for the wiki leaks founder. the prosecution of julian the sand is part and parcel of trump's war on the free press full stop and i think i'll be limited takers for that actually both both in the us and here although the 1st amendment the reserve right to be a news gatherer and clearly where julian the songs go see united states of america assuming the doors then there will be a court case to the supreme court related to that what cannot be allowed to happen is when a group of people in the military in the intelligence services in government break the espionage laws this could seem like a case where there could be some issues that he has to face and that he has to own
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up to but there also is the the facts that have come out that they haven't seen a lot of people who were who were either killed or damaged in the light of duty because of this so there have to look at actual damages and harm that this cause truth the matter was he has been afraid of making his case to a group of juries courts that actually properly constituted judge you are in serious i think he needs to go to america and he needs to make his case in front of the american courts which may although he may not accept that he's a journalist but what you can't do is what he did when he ridiculed. the united kingdom by hiding in the ecuadorian embassy i think it's going to be a fight but i think i think he can win it because what has happened with this superseding indictment it makes the issues absolutely crystal clear i think this is going to be a much bigger case than people imagine look at the end of the day i could scream and cry and insult others and just and just sit there and start being my feet like
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a baby in call conspiracy theory where i don't like something but there are facts there are laws and all of that is going to be assessed very soon. theresa may has announced she is stepping down from the role of u.k. prime minister in an emotional farewell speech outside number 10 and may express regret over failing to get a break as a deal over the line despite our best efforts she'll step down as party leader in this open the race for a successor. so i am today announcing that i will resign as leader of the conservative and unionist party on friday the 7th of june. i will shortly leave the job that it is be the honor of my life to hold. the 2nd female prime minister but certainly not the last. i do so with no ill will but with enormous during gratitude to have had to the opportunity to serve the country i love.
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to resume made bragg's it a cornerstone of her premiership but delivering on the results of the referendum proved to be an impossible task with m.p.'s rejecting her deal 3 times despite the setbacks treys me and she tried to pass a deal for a 4th time and offered m.p.'s a chance to vote on the 2nd referendum if they backed or. where bags it goes next is hard to tell what becomes of the official conservative stance depends on who succeeds may labor the main opposition party accepts the referendum result it wants a deal not may's ukip and break the party or both advocating a so-called hard breaks it where britain also creates the markets the liberal democrats the green party and change u.k. or want to reverse it and the 2nd referendum mark almond director of britain's crisis research institute talked that says the country faces uncertainty and chaos . it's going to be a difficult task because the house of commons is still strongly against leaving the
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e.u. except on terms which involve remaining in a customs union almost certainly so that there's going to be a disconnect between the tory party members and supporters and presumably the people who defected to the briggs's party who are mainly conservatives who want a serious break with your ip and the members of parliament and so must you change the arithmetic in the house of commons whoever succeeds mrs may if they want to leave the e.u. was going to face huge problems in the same sort can they force a new general election what will be the result of that we don't know but there's going to be a great deal of uncertainty and as i say there's this looming deadline of the 31st of october which is the end of the extension of britain's membership and the british politicians seem to forgotten that in the modern world divorce can be initiated from both sides the remaining members of the european union may decide we find you too much trouble we want you to leave now and so that could be a chaotic disorderly brigs it. islamic state may of been all but routed out from
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syria but your hardest to still wreaking havoc in the country on wednesday syrian government troops are part 3 big attacks by militants in syria's province the latest in car incarnation of what was the al nusra front as attack syrian army positions hundreds of militants supported by tanks and vehicles filled with explosives. meanwhile in the u.s. state department claims it suspects the syrian regime of using chemical attacks during its current offensive when 1st reporting on the alleged attack on tuesday the u.s. said it seen some signs it might have happened however they didn't provide any
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further details about the incident that came soon after jihad ascript tyrion formerly known as the al qaeda thought it a missile from the claim that the syrian army a tall that had its members with chlorine gas. the u.s. special representative to syria late to accuse the syrian government of violence adding though that washington could not yet confirmed the alleged use of chemical weapons in a province. the bombing attacks which have been indiscriminate and very vicious have some 152200000 people in it most of whom are already internally displaced people to move again to temporary housing and create a huge burden on our very broad humanitarian effort that we in the internet rest of the international community are making sure we're watching this very closely the reports of chemical weapons use so far we cannot confirm it but we are watching it on the sources and witnesses and the alleged chemical attack in the region of the
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terrorists of the syrian al qaida branch. with whom the u.s. state department is communicating closely in the deescalation zone of it live there was no other opposition front in the region except from al nusra which eliminated all the armed opposition groups back in february that is now keeping the region under its total control. a few days ago a leaked document raised questions about the global chemical weapons watchdogs report on last year's toxic attack in the city of duma just 10 kilometers from the capital back then blaming assad's forces in the u.s. britain and france carried out to air strikes against syrian government facilities it caused all of the background. we saw petrified children. we listened to the righteous indignation very terrible regime we read a scrupulous investigation into what happened by the un chemical weapons watchdog the o.p.c. w.
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report was meant to pose an indisputable and to speculations over what happened in duma in syria in spring 2018 except that it really. the 60 newly revealed pages challenge of the bag bone of the official conclusions. after passing through the ceiling in impacting the floor of the lower speed the cylinder continued in altered trajectory until reaching the position in which it was found. observations of the scene of the 2 locations suggest that there is a higher probability that both cylinders were money placed at those $2.00 locations rather than being delivered from aircraft the engineering teams account is well structured it includes pictures from the site of the incident blueprints and images
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of the test cases studied to deliver their verdict it's unlikely the project tile fell from above which would in that case mean one thing the assad controlled air force had nothing to do with it and while the sky was dominated by the government of the ground at that time was in control of the insurgents so the question is now who else could have placed the cylinder on that bed now the revelation at the o p c w concerned except not the substance of it but the fact that someone in their ranks when grow and exposed something they tried to bury as. deep and far away from the public eye as possible the bottom line in this is that the documents have been passed to us as i said before we've had we have confirmation from multiple sources which clearly shows that there has been an investigation carried out from within
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you you don't do you an investigation which is not found its way to muttley into the fire do not report and use your proper investigation into your p c w and how it has been operating because it is the case that is organization has been subjected to political pressure and that has led to distortion their investigations and that is an incredibly serious matter. but this engineering analysis is not the 1st blow to the official version of what happened in duma now this video purported to show the harrowing aftermath of the chemical attack resonated across the airwaves and was hyped by many channels horrific images of syrian children fighting for brownfield and suffocating in their homes the editor of urgency shelter many with foam in their mouths disturbing reports of a chemical weapons attack chemical attack carried out by the acid regime except
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later people in the video said they had no recollection of a chemical attack some people barged into the hospital hosed people with water instigated panic and vanished even a producer with the b.b.c. a broadcaster that gave major airtime to the clip said he believed the hospital video was staged. after almost 6 months of investigations i can prove without a doubt that the duma hospital scene was staged no fatalities occurred in the hospital. in 20 teen the allowed us to voices on the world stage were quick to deliver their verdict and punishment these are not the actions of a man they are crimes of a monster instead the nations of britain france and the united states of america have martial their righteous power against barbarism and brutality.
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but with this new information it's not that obvious anymore and although it speak the interest of the politically engaged classes in lots of the new evidence from on o.p.c. w. engineers report i hope the guardian newspaper will have the good grace to print an unreserved apology for their scurrilous ad hominem attack on me after i denounce the white house potently concoct a story for what it was when they have just discovered a major piece of the puzzle explain how similarly independent international organizations how deceive us into consent into war and regime change interventionism around the world there's a deafening silence from the great and good items containing harmful chemicals have been plaguing the market years according to a recent study that's the animal after this break.
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they were going to see that happen. it was not feet but they managed to overthrow the previous government. the former president and c.e.o. for which. the country people wanted much more and they didn't want just. to travel freely with europe they wanted for it to become part of. this is very far way to go still in europe. you know world of big. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to get the stories that made stream media refuses to tell more than
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ever we need to be smart we need to stop slamming the door on the 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. welcome back to the program hundreds of european companies have been flooding the market for years with items containing potentially harmful chemicals according to germany's largest environmental charity it released a study warning that consumers across the block could unwittingly be harming their health by using any of hundreds of popular every day products the most dangerous items. fall under the category of industrial substances which can cause genetic defects and cancer more commonly used products noted in the study include furniture
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toys and clothes which it's claimed unborn children at risk while. personal products are said to cause serious dizziness. 654 companies were named as culpable most of them german british or dutch big names like exxon mobil and by air are on the list charla do penske picks up the story. when it comes to using as a disk home we're told to wear gloves and to rinse immediately if your skin comes into contact with the product but according to a new report by environmental lobby group food and european consumers face exposure on day basis and we don't even know about it as consumers we are kept in the dark not knowing if every day products are safe or not range from clothes shoes and makeup even children's toys borne says these potentially harmful chemicals are
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widely being sold to manufacturers of household goods without having being properly vetted it says some of these chemicals could cause a range of health problems from cancer to bring disorders worse still the european chemical agency we see a.j. is accused of trying to sweep this scandal under the rug. has said on this problem for years we see the agency moving in the right direction by why all the secrecy the very foundation of e.u. chemical safety rules are being ignored bund revealed the top of the iceberg now it's on the cheek to tell us the rest of this investigation shows around $650.00 companies and many household brands of breaking the law by failing to perform the required safety checks that are mandated by the e.c. ha's main safety regulation this includes some brands which are already making the
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headlines amidst major health scandals. have done and i'm a lot of work but that work i clearly and totally subscribe to is not sufficient and not. enough. but we have looked at 700 substances up until now of those 702 thirds and or needing further data bund says that's not enough and is the morning that the e.u. and national authorities raise their game in a bid to ensure the products we use are simply just safe. show but even ski coffee. r.t.r. some of the companies accused of wrongdoing to comment on the claims including b a s f a catholic and both cafe can hankel responded saying that while the company complies with all safety regulations they are committed to improving way possible you can mire who heads an environmental engineer told us he believes the study only scratches the surface of the problem. i think there is
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a big possibility that behalf no chemicals are on the market who have the locks sufficiently in we house no clear information which chemicals we have no clear information which ones have been sufficiently checked the only thing that we can know say for sure is that the system doesn't work properly we have to can because who all apparently not sufficiently controlled and that is a potentially a big danger so all the information because it was. basically her sureness to she sits it's false and complete. and this is playing with the lives of people. fran saw a 28th consecutive saturday of nationwide yellow best protest demonstration in several cities turned violent with police dispersing cries using tear gas.
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was was was a nazi france janice guard cole attack in the clashes with police while covering a demonstration in 2 news the incident happened while the channel team was filming the clashes standing on the pavement at a safe distance despite the press markings of a police officer hey tell correspondent several times on one leg and try to take away his mobile phone. now people across the european union are voting in the final day of the e.u. parliamentary elections polling stations in $21.00 e.u. nations opened on sunday as a member states have already voted the 1st to cost their ballots where the u.k. and the netherlands who held our elections on thursday he said a sense of choosing
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a 705. if you want to me peace for the next 5 years some 512000000 citizens eligible to vote. you've been watching the weekly on r.t. international and i'll be back in around 30 minutes with global updates so you stay with us. this footage is unique because the zoe tribal lands are normally off limits to the public erik's allowed in because he's this personal dog. people here know him simply as dog to eric he's rich famous son always on the move . and flying aircraft that.
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all know. he's considered one of the best neurosurgeons in brazil. that's happening how much all. our associates going to busy doing nothing is going to do the population not what is going to people. historically try. to claim that there are 3 issues. still muslim the fact that we are too poor is no longer correct because our per capita purchase parity. the current e.u. member countries.
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the problem in venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented but that socialism has been faithfully implemented.
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within a decade my country was ruined. lost a quarter of its manufacturing. a 1000000 people emigrated and public debt kept rising. in 2015 a government claiming to be left wing promise to. go over it agreed measures that tie the country up until 2060 and started mass privatization. on the lift became depressed because it had succeeded with the right hadn't. the right was depressed because they knew they'd lost. in this country of the master.


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