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we have regulation, we want regulation of industry, and if we don't behave then yes, that's fine ah ah headline stories. this is our a part of his refusing to reveal to our jury at the locations of radio active waste . 6 decades after colonial france conducted its nuclear tests, there also had orchestrated by foreign mercenaries. so describe the assassination of its president for suspects of being killed in a shootout with security forces and 2 others the 4 years after a devastating fire that left dozens did lives ruined down the apartment block in central london. totally got into the search for justice. you really do
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believe they go away with mud, but nevertheless, the rules to keep fighting, to suit the justice ah, from moscow to the world. this is our to grip value with us to or chop story. years of french nuclear testing in algeria is section of this heart a desert of left a lasting impact on locals, on the environment. 6 decades hold on. the radioactive aftermath still remains with algeria denouncing part. so rich refusal to share where nuclear waste is buried. ah,
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hurry of france since this morning, just stronger and prouder. ah, it's 60 front few doubt g area as a nuclear testing ground, but the injury is still being felt today. thousands of victims contaminated by radiation waiting for compensation. now the old cheery in government is stepping up the fight. it has accused france of refusing to hand over important information regarding the sites. the free side has not technically led any initiative to clean up the sites and france has not taken any humanitarian steps to compensate the victims. many radiation victims have already
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died due to no medical conditions and causes but of those to still survive. just a single algerian has been compensated. differential forties should at least recognize these crimes then move on to compensation. voucher and people are still counting the victims of radiation and the nuclear test. many children are still born with congenital deformities due to the variation. so it makes sense that all these victims deserve compensation hospitals to treat the kansas caused by radiation should be built at the very least. another crime still effect in these people is the denial of these events, the downplaying and suppression of them. that time france submitted a false report, the un, which said that the area where the test would be carried out with uninhabited, deserted, and isolated. in reality, it was an area inhabited by people. there were cultural areas where the way these palm trees and various animals. this is the 1st slide, and they also said that these would test another french themselves. amid that these, when you click logins and not test and from these explosions,
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the radiation was not limited to the l julian deserts, but spread to the african jungle and even europe. that the current french president has off for a commission of memories and of truth to be established to address the country's colonial past in the g area. but it's reading, it will focus on the torture, the disappearance, and the hundreds of thousands of deaths that occurred during the war for independence. not on those nuclear tests. algeria was the only place that france carried out such deadly testing. an independent investigation recently criticized francois stage in hiding the devastating impacts of the nuclear explosions that they carried out, the majority of which were in french hall anesha. it said in that report, the radiation levels were up to 10 times higher than those that had been estimated
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by the countries own atomic energy commission. back in 2016. you can erase 60 years of state propaganda, denial, intimidation, contempt, and arrogance. with a wave of the hand, the me, this sensual by france, that's not how local store it. my grandparents died of cancer, my mother's sister had cancer, and the age of 27, i was diagnosed with chronic leukemia, which is radiation. and d, disease that have some fallen asians are very nice. so for us, the sided to conduct tests and follow neesha because the worker did not see anything wrong with the exercises ended in 1997, but there was enormous damage. there is a lot of misinformation they're trying to solve in size, many locals and i'll talk about their diseases. today. my symptoms are thrown in my life. i res neesha the un at the international level. we have thousands of sick people in the eighty's do i talk about the radioactive impact on the population.
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when you nothing, and today, our surroundings are contaminated and damaged. i hope that ross will pay off all the factors polynesians and be punished by an international court. because now we're a small country taking on big france, that pressure lead to talk at the stall of july to assess the impact that those detonations had. the strong remains completely firm that there was no cover up so far that only bronze has been extended to algeria. that is likely to great with the fall out of those nuclear tests still polluting relations between jazz and paris. charlotte ski ought fi in paris. another big story of the day, the president of haiti juvenile we see has been assassinated out his residents by norm group. the countries police chief save for mercenaries involved in the
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campaign kills, and to more injured entertained. the attackers were said to have been speaking spanish and presented themselves as us drug enforcement agents. the military house declared nationwide marceau law for 15 days, with the army patrolling the streets to ensure compliance. the country's borders have also been closed. washington has condemned the assassination with joe biden, calling it a heinous haiti's invoice for the u. s. a. the attack and been well orchestrated video footage to show that it is a well target attack because there will come in those professional scalars. now we're talking about method areas. fine. i said i was part of that would be some antennas hence and some places. but we live that it in this edition. while the brooklyn based editor to haiti, liberty, a news weekly publication,
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sees washington acts as a king maker in haiti. this operation there were 9 brand new nissan patrol. pickup trucks involved, they clearly were very sophisticated. they knew the layout of the president's home . they knew where to go. apparently they had inside information. so this was an operation which had been clearly planned for some time and had a lot of money behind it. so were likely to see an upsurge and uptick of haitian refugees leaving the country and the u. s is going to say that this is a threat to international stability, etc, etc. and they may, they may try yet another military, foreign, military occupation of haiti, which will be the 4th. this would be something that i think would be poor and gasoline on the fire. patients are very proud, would be very upset to have their sovereignty trampled once again. washington has
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been the king maker if you will, in haiti, and in the case of a job now my weeds and his predecessor michelle marcelli, they had a big hand in having them elected into office. many haitians call it an electoral kuda. tar. so washington is very interested in haiti, of chairs the island with the dominican republic. it is a neighbor of cuba right across the windward passage. so geo strategically, it's very important. he just just the high court in london, suspended for 9 months. all law suits filed by grim fell tower survivors and the relatives of those who perished in the tragedy. he's encouraging all parties to reach a settlement out of court instead of going to trial. back in 2017, the recently refurbished apartment block was consumed by an inferno which left 72
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dead. an appeal shook her last his mother, sister, brother in law and 3 nieces. the family is not be lost, will priceless. they won't make any difference whatsoever to my life or anything because they were more than valuable, but they will never be replace counts ability you know, that's the most important for me. more than anything you know to, to find that the blame was. busy to be for them to be accountable for it. that's like just stuck on the wrist. i don't have much faith in this is all because it's very out. date. people have go away. i believe. really do believe we've got away with murder. but nevertheless, to keep fighting to suit the justice of reason behind the rapid spread of the fire was believed to be the exterior. clotty
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thousands of other belief nationwide are still covered in the same material. the me ah ah the feel sure current again hope regulations will be changed as a result of the tragedy saves there's no current. lol is a bit of a hope. they can look at prosecutor
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and when the prosecutor is due and the sooner the better to even have the laws change. so people don't have to go through all we have to go for the still so much going on is there is legislation, regulations all out day and need to be updated. the law is you know, it's like they got a system from them. so when they take the, the corporate, these high people in this, they just, they're very protected by the law and then the so be all changed and updated 6 months after the us last, it's paid to her juliana sonjee extradited. a u. k. court has granted washington the green light to appeal. the publisher's partner,
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stella morris gave her reaction outside the corridor. i was able to speak to julia now about the decision. and you know, it's mixed because on the one hand it's been 6 months and we haven't had any news. so it's like an endless purgatory. but at the same time it doesn't here. and julian's very unwell, he's happy when, when he i went with our eldest this morning. and so it's not representative when i see him. because obviously it's a, it's a one rest fight. he gets off. but even, you know, belmont prison is a horrible place. he won his case in january. why is even in prison? why is he even being prosecuted? there is no legal case against him. all there is, is an indictment based on life. the british high court is reported to have agreed with 3 of the 5 justifications that the u. s. submitted. one of the byte
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administration is apparently prepared to lead to serve any prison sentence. it has a really an online time washington once to extradite a sons from the u. k. on charges of hacking and espionage if convicted, he faces 175 years in prison. in january, a british judge ruled against his extradition over a fears about his mental health. in 2019 assange was forcibly removed, bipolar from the equitorial embassy in london, after quito terminated his 7 year asylum. they're working the editor in chief, kristen. her references also spoke to r t well, it's a great disappointment for julian songs and for all of those. but this is continuing one with the hope that the united kingdom courts would to recognize how ridiculous this case is and not grant the appeal. this means that this will drag on for some time for prisoners to have to wait in
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a prison cell for 6 months for half a year. just to get a decision over whether the appeal is a low to to his opponents or not. he's drake. this decision comes on the week of the it is revealed that the indictment has to be an does not have a leg to stand on the key with and says retracted his testimony and says basically that testament which was cited by the business, the judge. numerous times us truthful allegation doesn't hold true, it is a fabrication and the americans now know it. they're still continuing on this trek . the high court is not saying that they believe the argument to states government, no, simply saying that they are allowed to present it to the court, been the appeal process. if he does not get his freedom, it is such
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a blow to our society and what we believe in that it is almost amounts to turning off the light. so this must come to an end. and i confess, in my bones that it will be coming soon. also, something to note, joe biden has signed a bill which could provide whistleblowers with more financial support. but instead of state protection, many only face persecution, more enough after the shortest break, the the
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ah, me a special summer solution where we look at the solutions. i'm here with stacy herbert ne, we've got a special guest, stacy right out there mccloud of gold money dot com. he writes amazing pieces over . there are lots of blog posts, research and all sorts of stuff. i recommend you check it out, your latest pieces out there. called too much liquidity and inflation access and consumer prices. so this is definitely the biggest theme of 2021, and that is inflation.
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ah, if you minutes into the program. welcome back. joe biden has signed a bill that would hummed additional financial support to washington's whistleblower program. the move is aimed at improving the protection of those who report different types of violations. however, as practice shows, dmitri polk know it takes us through. many of those people are in fact punished instead of being supported. whistleblowers, like julian, fudge, edward snowden, and others have long been a thorn in the side of washington. and it seems that no matter what washington does, it just can seem to once in for all this scourge, all these pesky leakers from spilling the beans on the government's darkest secrets . when media outlet pro public dropped its bombshell week revealing how billionaires such as baize else mosque, bloomberg, sorrows have gone years without paying any federal income tax. what do you think
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the reaction was? well, from the public it was an obvious what the hell. but from the government investigation, and that's the way this story goes every single time from obama to trump. and now biden, public officials don't want to address any of the week issues, you know, as for public demand, but would rather find those responsible who dared to unveil the government's dark secrets, the united states do something to stop mister sanchez. we're looking at that right now, you should be treated as an enemy combatant, with the lease should be closed down permanently, indecisively, disguise a trade or a treasonous. and he is broken. every law of the united states, the guy ought to be. i'm not for the death penalty, so if i'm not for the defense, i want to do it illegally. shoot the son of a guys. these things are meant to be a secret for a reason. it's so that the government doesn't have to deal with it and can continue doing whatever it wants without people pestering it with nonsense like who this is
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unfair. this is on ethical and blah blah blah. of course though, over the years, the government has tried to maintain a facade of being on their side and being supportive of the bravery of truth seekers. it is incumbent on all of us to counter these threats to a free and independent media, including physical risk and arbitrary detention. we celebrate the courage of truth tellers who refused to be intimidated often at great personal risk. but that's just it. it's all a facade. things like the 2012 whistleblower protection act have essentially proven to be useless. whistleblowers continue to face the threat of internal war talia ation and possible prosecution for leaking any or reporting any wrong doing. take natalie edwards, for example. she was an official at the us treasury department. she noticed some suspicious activity reports pointed out that wall street giants like j. p. morgan
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chase and hsbc, among others have might have been complicit in money laundering. so she took it to the official whistleblower channels. and guess what happened next? absolutely nothing, but some people do hope that biden might be able to break this trend. why do we work with congress to strengthen our whistleblower laws so that any federal employee who learns of an improper attempt to influence the department of justice investigation or prosecution knows how to report it and receives full protection against retaliation. but anyone including the president. but so far, these have only been words, but at the end of the day, it's not even really just up to biden. to fix this, the people leading these investigations and prosecuting these pesky truth tellers are all over the executive branch. and biden's administration is literally packed with people who are there at the forefront of the crackdown on whistleblowers
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during the obama days. and after all, why should any of these officials allow whistleblowers to go public? it's their jobs on the line. and what we can tell from all these leeks, these people are not exactly righteous. do gooders interest story. we are a close eye on lebanon's cur, ticker prime minister has worn the country's days away from a social explosion. a sunday. resigned in the wake of last year's devastating blast and b route has been serving a stand in p. m. ever since june, the failure to form a new government. the country's currency has fallen, 90 percent compared to 2019 levels, and only a new cabinet can restart talks with the international monetary fund, alter for awkward or lying for us, the hardships, the countries facing. i am now standing outside one of the largest gas stations located on the main road leading to 11 non sol international airports. as
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you can see, there are at least do q is flowing into this gas station, new q stretch, and this is of 2 to 3 kilometers. many of these people have been here since the early morning hours. it is now noon in beta wood and the weights continues on my favorite, the best film being given priority of others. they don't standing cues or fill the tank in the middle of the night. even security forces test with making sure the process is organized to taking bribes and exchange for special treatment. i came all the way from cusser along the syrian border to fill up. this is the only gas station with diesel. other gas stations are selling to black markets, sales man, horse selling diesel at 10 times his price or smuggling it into syria. set them up, deliver fire extinguishers to people all over the country every other day. i have to stand in line for at least 4 hours to fill out. so i can make ends meet and said my family and such my long she was outside of gas stations, out become the new norm on love and on,
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especially in the lebanese capital beta footage of 50 or even gunfights breaking out among frustrated lebanese waiting in line to buy fuel are emerging on an almost daily basis, and the fuel prices comes out of time when the people of lebanon are struggling with a power crisis, shortages of up to one to 2 hours per day. and as of $3300.00 gas stations and level in less than 20 percent are open. what we don't understand is why the companies which supply the fuel have stopped distributing petrol and diesel to stations. and why the lebanese power, in theory ministries on doing anything about it, numbered them, of someone has been grappling with the worst taken on the crisis i have seen in decades for almost 2 years for mission of a new government to move the country to more stable footing has also been in deadlock for 8 months. this also look, look, even leeker bickering. politicians are yet to reach her as
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a lucian over the upcoming cabinet line up. meanwhile, the loveliest currency, the leader has lost up to 90 percent of the number 29 in value, just have left around 2 thirds of lovely families struggling to put food on the table song. but we start putting price tags on products because we pay for these products in the us dollars. and the price of the dollar is changing every day with pricing on a daily basis. and on some occasions, several times a day. quite everything for most here, loving on the worst aspect of the economic crisis is the severe medical for to just which have left for misty shells. empty and have prompted drug stores shutter on many occasions. enough supply for, for my just, we are in short, basically all medication, all categories. read it, a lot of people. i'm not finding them indication
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that these are these cues you see everywhere. they are not caused by medical crisis or petro bread crisis. all of this is the results of the thick terry and base power sharing system and the fact that corrupt politicians are in bed with tradesman, both of whom are protected by so called religious figures. things will continue to western as long as this corrupt system exists. with this marker where the area was some millions demonstrates last summer, i guess government corruption which culminated in a national milestone that has what was going on on the bring for now this square is so empty, but we cannot make news around the next of love and people getting ever tighter, many question will remain that way for much longer reporting for r t. i was up on the beta with the story to bring you russia is national wealth fund has relieved itself of its us dollar investments. it said the decision was made over the issue of sanction. this is
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a meaningful decision. it's connected among other things with the threats of sanctions that we received and perceived from the american leadership just to go through the funds structure. no, it's 40 percent here of 30 percent chinese. you 20 gold on the british bond on japanese in make up the rest. we got more insight on the move from economist richard wolf, scholars doing it in pod as a response to being of the target of the sanctions that target of lots of still a scapegoating, russia, china, poor immigrants into the united states has been a staple of american politics now for quite a while and the international payments system, i think they're going to replace that already be done to take those steps. the switch system that the united states dominates. and it's a very important step because one of the ways the united states as control and
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manipulate the societies has been by allowing or just allowing them to use this with the system. and also using the information that you get from the payments that go through swift. it's an old turn into a system where to develop and then brush and china word to monitor it. it wouldn't give every trading activity in the world an option they don't have to escape us sanctions and skid. the u. s. monitoring what they're doing, richard wall for a time. indeed, no, to del of behind the business headlines to make sense of big numbers on big scandals. ben bus does the translating and moment staples. me see
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me. ah ah ah ah ah ah ah, the last one i would show the wrong one all just don't the room. yes to shape out the thing because the after an engagement,
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it was the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart and we choose to look for common ground, the british and american governments have often been accused of destroying lives in their own interest. while you see in this, these techniques is the state devising message to end to essentially destroy personality of an individual lifetime. means this is how one doctors, theories were allegedly used in psychological warfare against prisoners deemed a danger to the state. that was the foundations of the method of psychological interrogation, psychological torture, disseminated within the us intelligence community and worldwide among allies for the next 30 years. been to the victim say they still with the consequences today.


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