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but i know we can win it just because in order to get it for lynn police say the use of violence is part of germany's legal system in response to claims of employing excessive force against the protesters. at a recent anti lockdown raleigh assault support gathered, the supporters gathered outside london's high court has listened to washington's appeal to extradite whistle blowing to the former british opposition leader was among those blending support for the we can we found are the threat to scarf is one question what, what is also i'm the director of example. so i'm about to take my 1st helicopter right before a better reason. and r t joins a helicopter crew battling the devastating wildfires that have ravaged rushes far
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east for month. ah . or broadcasting lawn direct from studios and moscow. this is archie international . sean thomas, certainly glad to have you with us. now. a helicopter crash in russia's far east come chalk region has left 2 people seriously injured of the 16 on board 13 are understood to be tourists. one small child. now the em, i crashed into korea lake at 10 o'clock am thursday local time while trying to land in the nature reserve. there it was taking tourists to the areas thermal springs. a people were rescued by boat, 6 of them, tourists and the regions governor is on their way to the scene. the cause of the crash is being investigated at this time. switching gears now, the un special wrap, a tour on torture. kneels, meltzer has met with berlin's interior minister and top police officials about
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allegations of police brutality at an anti lockdown protest. earlier this month. now the you, an expert said to the authorities were open and ready to share material, but please have remained unapologetic about the use of force against demonstrators . the question is, violence, violence hurts, violence, injured violence looks violent, direct coercion. even with all the pictures that go with it is still part of a legal system. when those heron, thim for police officer slammed an elderly woman to the ground surface, there was a wave of outrage here in germany, colon alex police brutality, but not from the side of the german police. they looked at the same scenes and called them fall for the course and in part of the legal system. the 2nd statements came in response to prove
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a few years complaints of police misconduct as an antelope down pro tax on the 1st . oh, good on that the some 5000 people came out to the streets. they were mad with force with officers. so when i'm using pepper spray on one bake hold on. all right, protest almost 600 people arrested and also injured. such seems, conduct thompson of the young to watch her on tours. her nails meltzer a number of videos have been spread that give ground for concern the clues a strong enough the human rights violations were possibly committed. he also said that the woman and the now infamous video could have died yet to ultra do the belief from critics a colleague of the purpose raise her claim. he was actually protect, ensure that was neatly executed, had lever hold. the officer held the woman until contact with the ground, so as to avoid head injury. piano went so far as to criticize the war east on the porch for him. his statements could only enrolled him the demonstrators,
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the surgeon footage of police brutality. marino been you, but to cecily mount a claim that's i she, the 4th is legitimate part of the code. legal system is certainly an original way to describe it. journalist and author, thomas fast, bender told us, german officials seem to care more about police brutality abroad than at home. this is a troubling, a very troubling phenomenon which i personally have lived in germany for so many decades would not have expected. it is clearly excessive. what we saw and it is troubling the reaction by the birth enforce, the the refusing to admit that they have been wrong doings, especially if we think that one year ago, the german media, the german public. so 100 percent li condemned the violence against black people in the u. s. a. i fully understand the
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german media, german official decides of the european countries while the us for the property. but why do they refused to do the same thing when their own police forces are concerned? that is the, the ordering fact. supporters of wiki leaks founder julian assange have rally outside the high court in london to protest and appealed by the u. s. was filed against a january ruling not to extradite the whistleblower. washington has now been allowed to challenge key psychiatric evidence against his expedition next hearing will take place in october. no san was arrested in 2001, 900 for breaching british bail conditions. he remains in a london jail and is still wanted on espionage charges in the u. s. more than a decade ago, the wiki leaks co founder published thousands of classified documents, exposing pentagon war crimes. and i've kind of stand and iraq, you could face up to 175 years in prison. if extradited to america, kate partridge,
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takes the story up from outside the court period. the u. k. is high court of justice in central london. the u. s. is being allowed to appeal against the decision not to expedite wiki league founded to in it's ours, an action which is broadcast stomach, his supporters with what's going on during the phone with them all purchased justice has just been thrown out the window, the u. s. government is using the u. k. tax payers money for these aberrations of justice cases. the whole thing is going to be can't depend on the fresh decisions anybody li, 3 in the mainstream major in the u. r. o. notice if they get behind these lists, they're going to be next. on january, the 4th, the british judge should rule the tones, couldn't be expedited to america fighting concerns about his mental health and the risk of suicide. any us prisoner calling remain in
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a british high security presence. he's considered a flight risk and has spent the last decade either in the u. k. prison or the ecuadorian embassy in london. when a decision on the phone, his latest hearing isn't expected until we often find the high court to supporters were protesting against his extradition, including former opposition leader, jeremy colvin. german is under threatened to his freshman terms in many companies. what he what he's also is the threats of example was youth corporation, huge control of most media, television, radio and print media. and they become a friendship on gender. journalist richard mentors watched a video stream of the hearing and says he was deeply disturbed by what he saw. i literally did a double take. i can recognize that it was
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a song she looked extremely old. you know, he's wearing a white shirt, some glosses, his harris, his ruffled, and yet here, the tie that wasn't actually on just really looks completely. i mean, you know, part of the rash assessment. he looks very awful and ill and with this is normal because the whole point of the high court, preliminary hearing today was to discuss his health. right. so we had extensive medical witness testimony during the expedition hearing at the old bailey back in september and october. and this was again brought up today and is going to be brought up again in october and in at the high court that his health is deteriorated. he's been tortured, and this is, i'm a journalist who's not serving a sentence. he's not a criminal and he's in a maximum security prison in britain's guantanamo bay. i mean, someone needs to explain that to me what is happening because this is completely unjust and it's a crime against press freedoms and it's, it's an a front against his personal health. the most important thing about this case is press freedoms. because when you have someone who's publishing, you know, work documenting war crimes from the united states in indiana,
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santa and iraq with people again, they think this is something to do a 2015, absolutely nothing to do 2015. he's being charged julian songs being prosecuted biting out of faith because he published documents relating to iraq and afghanistan . he published evidence of war crimes of kidnapping rendition and torture. but if the high school students in the u. s. state of oregon will no longer have to prove that they are proficient in reading, writing, and mathematics in order to graduate. that is, according to a new law, signed by the governor or to kill him up and comments. according to the bill that was signed into law in the state of oregon, last month, students in order to graduate from high school in the state of oregon will no longer have to prove that they're capable of reading, writing, or performing basic mathematical operations. this is don, according to the bill of language to help students from communities that have quote, historically experienced academic disparity. the testing that we've been doing in the past doesn't tell us what we want to know. we want to have kids getting
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a chance to do and learn and be curious about everything. and what we've been doing is stopping that curiosity. now the bill from what it's supporters say is about trying to help students who are from immigrant populations or refugees who have come to the states who the examinations and the tests required for graduation are seen as kind of a barrier to them getting the high school diploma now, reportedly these rules will now be in place for the next 5 years now. the bill was signed into law without much fanfare. there was no signing ceremony. there was no press release announcing the bill, and it was added to the database a few days after it was signed and now i was last month. and now there's been quite as strong and negative reaction. this is the progressive left form of education, dummy down kids. you are taking away the only tool to get to break the poverty
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cycle. this is the type of legislation that they want to make black people a permanent underclass. these requirements were suspended during the pandemic due to the circumstances, but now the suspension of those requirements has been fully signed into law in the state of oregon. now it's possible that the federal department of education could step in to overturn these requirements. but many see this as a trend of lowering standards. for example in the state of new york, they're getting rid of some of the examinations and tests that were once required. many critics are arguing there's kind of a dumbing down of american education. they see this as a result of that as, as, as a continuing of a process in which the academic standards are lowered across the united states. former oregon republican party chairman perry atkinson says the new law could drag down the states entire education system has really upset a lot of people and oregon parents in particular,
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school boards across the state are very upset about it. and i think that the fall out is just now starting to happen. it's somewhat races. i mean, you're putting a class of people down and you're bringing everybody down in time. are you forcing colleges to lower their standards in order to get students to pay their bills? the whole system of education gets damaged by this. i think that there's plenty opportunities. there are what we have headstart systems here in oregon. we have tutoring system. we got everything in place to help a student, the struggling to succeed. that's what education is about not to bring the whole system down. this bill will create an evacuation out of public schools in the private schools and homeschooled, and that in turn will hurt them financially. is one of the most infamous symbols of the vietnam war, agent orange, the extremely toxic, or beside and defiant, used by the us military and the campaign. the chemical cause, the suffering of hundreds of thousands of people and the lasting effects have
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passed down across generations. now bit of warning, you may find the next images upsetting ah, in me that was born in 1975. and i was missing both of my ars at the elbow down and my left leg from the knee down. the hospital that i was born in. ringback never seen anything like that more so they weren't sure if i was gonna live or die. and it's made my life pretty difficult growing up because i had to adjust to everything. ah . they were just following orders. they weren't arguing say that they weren't going to spread, they were commanded by the officials to spread. so they had to do what they were
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told to do. ringback i several major court cases against every single one they, when i'm not sure why they will take responsibility, but as it is right now, over 8000000 people have died from the effects of age. and then there's countless numbers of people, more number, disfigured and deformed and they have cancer. tumors can't even really name them all because it just so many. ah, the me, my mom live in the veteran. my disability would be a 100 percent over by the v. a and they would take full responsibility for it, but since it was my dad stated that there is no way didn't kind of affected the
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veterans. kids and the veterans themselves have serious health issues and medication like outragious, like me, like i know several of my friends are children of vietnam veterans and with the illnesses that they have. they literally spend thousands and thousands of dollars a month out of their own pocket because the us government will even supply the medication they need or they, they've done the exposure. is our international mourners, after short breaks with us. oh, i use kaiser's financial survival guide. liquid assets are those that you can convert into cash quite easily. but keep in mind, no out the to mean to inflation. better watch guys reported
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welcome back. this is art international. now wildfires continue to rage in russia's far east fix smoke has covered cities and your cookie and reportedly reached as far as the north pole volunteers, firefighters, heavy machinery and airborne forces are all involved in trying to extinguish the flames. and it is heavy, exhausting work, dr. dimitri park discovered when he joined one helicopter cru heading to the front line. so all about take my 1st helicopter right before a better reason. we're going to take a look over the fires of the region, just north of the capital. of course we're going to see how bad situation is because right now the fires are threatening several villages. we will see just how bout it is and deliver supplies to the people on the ground fighting it and well take off. this isn't scary at all.
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on the way to the village. the views were stunning, but the closer we got to the village day became somewhat terrifying. first, it's clear skies in an endless horizon. and just moments later, it's a wall of smoke. soon as we land, we see a whole bunch of heavy machinery. mister defense has a lot of military equipment, vehicles and trucks in everything to this region because it's the most under threat right now from the flyers. armored personnel carriers, a couple of heavy duty diggers and several trucks. their purpose to create a mineralized zone there which the fire will not be able to pass, but no less important are the human reinforcements, fearless, volunteers, and professional firefighters. they too are getting ready to head out to battle the fires. we, on the other hand, are moving on, we travel to a nearby field where 2 trucks full of firefighters are having difficulties getting
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through the dense forest fires. so we lend them our helicopter right now and taking all the stuff out of all these firefighters that have been deployed here to help with the efforts. by the way, these are 40 firefighters that have traveled all the way from the other side of russia, from cornelia morland's car hunger. they who have battled wildfires in their home regions this summer. but now that they have finished the job at home, they've traveled to korea to aid their fellow colleagues. and there they go to the front line of the seemingly endless battle. we came from more months to help the regions. we will work to extinguish the fires. we will do everything we can when we go back to your goods and on the way we are once again reminded of just how chaotic situation is with the several more fires and even a new one apparently as we circle around it and the fire washers known as location on their maps, all anom,
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not bad for my 1st helicopter flight. russia is not the only country battling wildfires, volunteers and firefighters in greece are also still fighting flames there. this jerome video shows the extent of the damage in recent days. a thousands have been evacuated from the region and the greek pm has apologized saying that they had done everything humanly possible, but it was not enough. and he also described the situation as a natural disaster of unprecedented proportions. almost 600 wildfires are burning across the country. several european states are assisting greece in its fight. my shift, remember you ation order was sent to me. what should we do? just gets up and go. we can't. if we don't save our houses, who will? they're doing nothing in the day is the 4th day and there are no aircraft yesterday . they only carried out to water draws that yeah, the local people saved the place, tourists with little children left of course. but we are not leaving, even if the fire reaches to see we will not leave our village. we will stay for as
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long as we can and do whatever we can do about. we're going to stay here and try to save our place. we need to stay strong for our children, or the other politicians and the public can criticize board. johnson, after his official residence, splashed out nearly 100000 pounds on 2 paintings, met huge reductions in public spending. the lavish purchasers come after the government approved a 20 pound a week, cut to the universal credit benefit system and uplift introduced to support low income families. at the start of the panoramic, that's on top of a pe freeze for teachers and police along with as a pay rise for of just 3 percent for health workers on the coven frontline, the prime minister spending priorities. it's always about himself, as government cuts, universal credit, and freezes, frontline nurse police pay. johnson has found more money to treat himself again, and it is in desperate need of funding and the pay rise in order to be able
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to recruit and retain staff and catch up with the enormous backlog of work. so i think the issue about the paintings is something covered irrelevant. my understanding is it's largely paid for through public money rather than donors. as governments, as suggested that government is going back down stairs the route. whereas the beginning of the coven, we were able to see that when money was needed, it could be found. and in fact, the treasury came up with a loss of money in its initial time to help the n h s. response of the crisis. and now i want to turn the top off again. and it's not the 1st time britain's leader has been question for expensive home improvements in may. the
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prime minister's advisor on standards said johnson had been unwise in how costly refurbishments, on his private, flat above 11 downing street were funded full details on which johnson has still not disclosed. this time, the government defended the work purchase by saying most of the cash came from private donors. the government tax collections helps to promote the creativity of british art and culture. it acquires new work such consulting and securing the approval of an independent expert panel. and the majority of funding for acquisitions comes from philanthropic sources, not taxpayers money. as a former head of an english health service, trust told us that the timing of this latest scandal could not be worse. i think is a very poor decision on this occasion. i think there are 2 reasons why bad judgment we have. firstly, we've just recently gone through a pay a pay round without nursing stuff where the, the government have been pretty mean in the way that they've approached it. and
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secondly, of course, this, the overall economic situation. so whether or not these are good paintings and whether or not that good value for money is not as important as what does it look like? what do people think when they see the economy is not very good. we've just denied frontline and stuff. a decent play rise and the prime ministers hanging too expensive paintings in the sitting room. number 10, it just looks, but the pentagon has been routinely bullying hollywood into portraying the u. s. military and a favourable light according to newly obtained documents. it also often demands script at its with one tv series, even getting its wings clipped by us top prices. konstantin rosco reports propaganda on the silver screen. so the d o. d 's been waging war. the creative freedom is scrape writers and directors. perhaps the most blatant case is the 200-1900 c b s trauma serious the code about marine corps lawyers,
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which was canceled soon after elise got back. we're headed towards the as it turns out, the military saw the 1st effort i was before they went on air and was upset about his story line showing a marine turned congress man accused a brutally execute and then iraqi civilian and another service man who killed a spanish citizen, while drunk driving marine corps leadership was apparently provided advance copies of several of the episodes and was displeased enough that they communicated what they sore serious shortcomings in the depiction of the marines, cbs television has indicated a desire to correct the problems in future episodes by accepting beauty assistance as a 1000 pentagons official web page, the department has a long standing relationship with hollywood. what it keeps quiet about is how many tradeoffs it costs to film in community. remember, homeland and american long run and ask us thriller the
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carrion cobble for a week or 2 when right away, according to the files, the producers asked the us army to support the final season, filming, but initially were turned down by the military. after they saw the script, tommy entertainment office is currently in talk of the producers of homeland who have asked the modern army support. the initial request is declined due to a storyline, that was not an accurate portrayal of soldiers. sure, in a responded with some significant edits to the problematic areas. army has agreed to provide support as requested. show runners responded with significant ad. it's what they were. we don't know why. what we do know is that how one's final season speculates on a full story that the russians funded tally about insurgence and also plays off the consequence of the us withdrawal from against then. sounds like something that american army bosses might like. the pentagon doesn't always get its way though the same internal report suggests christopher no one a hot shot hollywood director,
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simply snubbed the military as they showed their appetite for a script at its continued discussion. supportive chris nolan thriller, merry go round working title support request. it includes use of all spray and chic f frames and g b. an air force have indicated interest if military characterizations are rewritten, emphasizing military mission request for support of chris nolan thriller, merry go round working title. seemed to have stopped likely causes that produce a direct, were reluctant to make changes needed to gain d o. d support. others like captain marbles co director, as an a, bowden at wind flag, had to cozy up to the defense department reporter leave. they had lunch with air force top command and took part in a professional development session. whatever that means, before the films release, wondering marvel movies are being branded as military propaganda in the media. more and more. the internal reports coverages, 2 years of pentagon, hollywood cooperation from 2017 to 2019. yet they cite scores of famous movies and
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tv shows that gain support or a green light from the military, including former is the last night fast and furious. a tom cruise this top gone to the list goes on. but those are the films that made it to the big screen despite the it is a lot of stories like a documentary on the guantanamo bay trials have been rejected completely and never came to be or that there's a for me, this hour and 32 minutes i'll be back with another look at your news. this is our to international me. ah, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful,
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very critical of time. time to sit down and talk me. one of the worst ever mess. shootings in america was in las vegas in 2017. the tragedy a close a little live in real life biggest. where many say elected officials are controlled by casino owners. the dangerous shooting revealed what? the l v m p d really is. and now it's part of the spanish sheen. of the american public barely remembers that it happens just shows you the power of money and las vegas. the powerful showed that true colors when the pandemic had the most contagious contagion that we've seen in decades. and then you have a mayor who doesn't care to. here's caroline goodman, offering the lives of the vegas residence to be the control group, to the shiny facade, conceal a deep indifference to the people. by going to say that they would take an action.
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