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united states brought the world's number one terrorist leader to the united states brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice donald trump announces the successful elimination of i still chief justice donald trump announces the successful elimination of i still chief baghdadi the russian defense ministry has cast doubt on certain aspects of the baghdadi the russian defense ministry though has cast doubt on certain aspects of the operation some come from one of the terror
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groups still poses a threat. ration some comfort one of the terror groups still poses a threat. be you agrees to extend the deadline by another 3 must. be you agrees to extend the deadline by another 3 months that's british lawmakers prepared to vote on the prime minister's request for a december general election and so it's british lawmakers prepared to vote on the prime minister's request for a december general election. and hong kong is gripped by the 21st consecutive. hong kong is gripped by the 21st consecutive weekend of violent protests we look at how the unrest is driving money away from that financial off weekend of violent protests we look at how the unrest is driving money away from that financial hub strictly govern singapore. strictly govern singapore.
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why that monday evening at 8 here in moscow my name's colleen. by that monday evening at 8 here in moscow my name's colleen bray welcome to world news from the international 1st then our main headline story donald trump ray welcome to your world news from the international 1st then our main headline story donald trump announced on sunday the leader of islamic state had been killed in a u.s. special forces raid on pronounced on sunday the leader of islamic state had been killed in a u.s. special forces raid on a compound in northwestern syria this video that we're showing you is said to show the compound in northwestern syria this video that we're showing you is said to show the site where abu bakar al baghdadi had been hiding out according to the american president the terror where abu bakar al baghdadi had been hiding out according to the american president the terror chief was chased by u.s.
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military dogs into a dead end tunnel with 3 of his children the chief was chased by u.s. military dogs into a dead end tunnel with 3 of his children like that even reportedly detonated a suicide vest killing all 4 of them reportedly detonated a suicide vest killing all 4 on the operations been hailed a major success many in the international community hope that ice will remain on the operations been hailed a major success many in the international community have warned that ice will remain a dangerous and capable terror group. well it's a physical caliphate and in a dangerous and capable terror group. well it's a physical caliphate and defeat you know it's hard to defeat an ideology so what we're going to have to do is stay on top of this we're going to watch carefully to defeat you know it's hard to defeat an ideology so what we're going to have to do is stay on top of this we're going to watch carefully next steps and as a new leader and leaders pop up we'll go after them as well next steps and as a new leader and leaders pop up we'll go after them as well. the death of al
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baghdadi is a hard blow against dash but it's only a step the death of al baghdadi is a hard blow against dash but it's only a step the fight continues with our partners in the international coalition so that the terrorist or the fight continues with our partners in the international coalition so that the terrorist organization is definitively defeated the death of baghdadi is an important in a zation is definitively defeated the death of baghdadi is an important moment in our fight against terror but the battle against the evil of diet is moment in our fight against terror but the battle against the evil of diet is not yet over moscow's cast doubt on the exact events it also says not yet over moscow's cast doubt on the exact events it also says that the death of the isolated won't change the situation in syria that views being echoed that the death of the isolated won't change the situation in syria that views being echoed by the pentagon france on the
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give kay for donald trump the death of baghdad it was a crucial item on his to buy the pentagon france on the give kay for donald trump the death of baghdad it was a crucial item on his to do list as he goes down of explained he was terrorists do list as he goes down of explained he was a terrorist number one now he's thrown is up for the taking number one now he's thrown is up for the taking. a brutal killer one who is cause so much hardship and death a brutal killer one who is cause so much hardship and death. i was violent a bit of. it i was to died learn it acutely been eliminated he died like a dog he died like a coward al baghdadi the only dog he died like a coward. diety the only dog to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because
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since 25th lead dog to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because since 2015 various reports proclaimed him dead at least 5 times the various reports proclaimed him dead at least 5 times the americans did it the russians did it he was born to captured boys the americans did it the russians did it he was bombed captured poisoned and months later appeared in rare new video struggling to breathe and and months later appeared in rare new video struggling to breathe hope into his dwindling caliphate now donald trump in his sick hope and to his dwindling caliphate now donald trump in his signature cocky tone has joined the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties nature cocky tone has joined the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for years from the 1st day i came to office
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and there were getting to death's 4 years from the 1st day i came to office and now we're getting close to 3 years i would say where's baghdadi i want to 3 years i would say where's baghdadi i want al baghdadi for trump killing our budget daddy is a line he'd love baghdadi for trump killing our budget daddy is a line he'd love to add to his presidential resume because now he's jumped to add to his presidential resumes all because that by now he is just as good as obama with his bin laden operate. but from being trump he didn't stop by with his bin laden operation but from being trump he didn't stop it just taking credit for the kill he's taken it to a whole new level just taking credit for the kill he's taken it to a whole new level baghdadi has been on the run for many years of all
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baghdadi has been on the run for many years long before i took office but in my direction long before i took office but in my direction as commander in chief of the united states we as commander in chief of the united states we owe blitter raided his caliphate 100 percent in march of this iterated his caliphate 100 percent in march of this year it's been 8 years since bin laden's death here. it's been 8 years since bin laden's death al-qaeda hasn't gone anywhere but diety was a symbol for sure the al qaeda hasn't gone anywhere but god he was a symbol for sure the 1st caliph and after the 1st comes the 2nd and the
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1st caliph and after the 1st comes the 2nd and the 3rd and the force of the alpha luigi. and the force of the alpha luigi ramadi there's enough cities and villages in iraq for every terrorist so ramadi there's enough cities and villages in iraq for every terrorist so the terrorist king is dead long live the king on earlier you know the terrorist king is dead long live the king on earlier you know neal was joined here in the studio by r.t. america senior correspondent the bush malinche who's been looking to neil was joined here in the studio by r.t. america senior correspondent the bush malinche who's been looking at what might be next in the fight against terror assuming you know what might be next in the fight against terror assuming he is dead how significant
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a development is that what he did how significant a development is that what extent will i still be weakened well they've lost the territory long ago extent will be weakened well they've lost the territory long ago i mean what we're dealing with for all intents and purposes are small bands of i mean what we're dealing with for all intents and purposes are small bands of. leftover bands of fighters they're there power their troops. leftover bands of fighters there their power their true power was was broken long ago with the end of the if it's confirm our was was broken long ago with the end of the if it's confirmed then that's a big if always because he's been dead what 5 times by now is would be then that's a big if always because he's been dead what 5 times by now is would be a significant development in so far as he declared himself the colleague and the
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significant development in so far as he declared himself the colleague and this manner of his death has been. this the manner of his death has been. there only the legitimising to that particular role somebody who claims to have the mandate of have the really the legitimising to that particular role somebody who claims to have the mandate of heaven such as it is and you know ending in such a fashion which i think was the purpose of president and such as it is and you know ending in such a fashion which i think was the purpose of president trump's comments the way he phrased it one of the biggest specks of this is that what prompts comments the way he phrased it one of the big specks of this is that my daddy was sheltering in the area under the control of hyatt to rear nuts of course and i doubt he was showing an area under the control of hyatt to rear knots of course al qaeda affiliate which
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is fought against the eyes old of being numerous battles between the 2 al qaeda affiliate which is fought against the eyes old of being numerous battles between the 2 in the past does that tell us anything about this well before they were and in the past does that tell us anything about this well before they were enemies they were allies you when you considered the original it became eisel rose from they were allies you when you considered the original it became eisel rose from al qaeda in iraq more most interesting to me is that groups like al qaeda. iraq more most interesting to me is that groups like al shaab moral nuestro however they were called before were presented in the western media as the nuestro however they were called before were presented in the western media as these moderate rebels who are going to help the u.s. and the coalition defeat isis and the sudden order of rebels who are going to help the u.s. and the coalition defeat isis and a sudden you know that we that bubble has completely been exploded just like
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finding bin laden you know that we that bubble has completely been exploded just like finding bin laden in pakistan as opposed to tora bora where ever nobody saw that coming except in pakistan as opposed to tora bora where ever nobody saw that coming except people who do the region same thing would be hiding in a lab people who do the region same thing would be hiding in adlib poku here right now is u.s. policy in syria it's risk a nice little resurgence here right now is u.s. policy in syria it's risk a nice little resurgence in the northeast by withdrawing troops and yet has undertaken complex anti terror in the northeast by withdrawing troops and yet has undertaken complex anti terror raids isn't it against the high profile targets adults whereas we're seeing well i'm one of those raids isn't it against the high profile targets adults whereas we're seeing well i'm one of those people who was
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skeptical of the whole risking resurgence narrative because what i was people who was skeptical of the whole risking resurgence narrative because what i saw happening was basically u.s. troops leaving and then handing over the territory to the syrian government and sort of slicing that whole gordian knot between the kurds in turkey that was so happening was basically us troops leaving and then handing over the territory to the syrian government and sort of slicing that whole gordian 'd knot between the kurds in turkey that was that that was. the problem here anderson he feared a lot of anger driving look at a lot. of this double trouble over his. what was called his betrayal of the curse. what was called his betrayal of the kurds and that wasn't very long ago hi potentially beneficial might this. wasn't very long ago high potentially beneficial might this be in the other aspect for him taking out
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such a high profile being the other aspect for him taking out such a high profile target well your vast majority of americans would react to this with pride and joy target well your vast majority of americans would react to this with pride and joy ok baghdad we got baghdad isis is done for fantastic to. baghdad we got baghdad isis is done for fantastic the media absolutely hated because this ruins their entire narrative about the absolutely hated because this ruins their entire narrative about being a bumbling politician who's who's messing up the syria policy who's being a bumbling politician who's who's messing up the syria policy who's just needs to be impeached right away that's the narrative they've been trying to sell the american people for the past 3 years just needs to be impeached right away that's the narrative they've been trying to sell the american people for the past 3 years is that yesterday was a terrible day for them and
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a really good day for trump from the standpoint of in terms of the yesterday was a terrible day for them and a really good day for trump from the standpoint of inter merican optics for the for the population of the country at large because it helped obama did american optics for the for the population of the country at large because it helped obama didn't win the debate allowed in photo that went everywhere and now they're saying that you have a set when the bin laden photo that went everywhere and now they're saying that you have a similar. situation this race issue and this and you said it that you mention and yet isn't that completely different isn't completely different. he use a greater you don't know how loud. to grant think u.k. the other 27 member states have settled on a divorce deadline of january 13th u.k. the other 27 member states have settled on a divorce deadline of january 31st jodi edwards dashti recaps the details. and
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since vision of the 1st jodi edwards dashti recaps the details. johnson's vision of the do or die bricks that come october 31st is now gone because wealthy have off of the do or die broke that come october 31st is now gone because wealthy have offered is a flex tension essentially what that means it's moved out deadline day for it is a flex tension essentially what that means it's moved that deadline day from this week all the way to january the 31st with an option of an exit drum this week all the way to january the 31st with an option of an exit clause meaning that the u.k. can leave earlier if indeed they can get a deal through palls meaning that the u.k. can leave earlier if indeed they can get a deal through parliament plus what it also does is it moves the possibility of another meant plus what it also does is it moves the possibility of a no deal it's popped it also till january 31st what m.p.'s are also gearing up its
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pop to also till january 31st what m.p.'s are also gearing up for today is a vote on a snap general election on december the 12th the it for today is a vote on a general election on december the 12th the issue is boris johnson needs 2 thirds of a majority in parliament to get that through to get back to schoo with boris johnson needs 2 thirds of a majority in parliament to get that through to get that date secured and that also means some labor m.p.'s need to be on side security and that also means some labor m.p.'s moving to be on site however labor's position in all of this is that they want a no deal completely taken off the take however labor's position in all of this is that they want a no deal completely taken off the table before they agree to anything like this or as far as johnson has a tricky ultimatum for the people before they agree to anything like this or as far as johnson has a tricky ultimatum for the way to get this done the way to get them is
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the way to get this done the way to get brick. done is i think to be reasonable with parliament and see if they genuinely want to think to be reasonable with parliament and see if they genuinely want more time to study this excellent deal they can have it more time to study this excellent deal if they can have it but they have to agree to a general election or december but they have to agree to a general election on december the 12th and that's the way forward there's also many issues for boris johnson the 12th and that's the way forward there's also many issues for boris johnson than going into a general election because can the public trust him they know that he's going back on this and then going into a general election because can the public trust him they know that he's gone back on many every promise that he hasn't got his deal and he hasn't got the u.k.
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out of the e.u. the president every promise that he hasn't got his deal and he hasn't got the u.k. out of the e.u. the position that boris johnson will be going down though is the fact that he has done everything in his power to tradition that boris johnson will be going down though is the fact that he has done everything in his power to try and get it done he's gone through all the political mechanisms and parliamentary procedures but it's running gets rex it done he's gone through all the political mechanisms and parliamentary procedures but it's m.p.'s that have supported him in the process but for today then bracks said by m.p.'s that have looked at him in the process but for today then bracks it buys more time however it feels like the never ending story with that in mind following monday that's more time 2 however it feels like the never ending story with that in mind following monday's announcement political commentator anthony webber told us he believes the u.k. might well still be in the same town some of the political commentator anthony weber told us he believes the u.k. might well still be in the same position come the end of january i'm not sure if
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you don't shoot cheaper position come the end of january. i'm not sure people don't shoot cipriani think unless the prime minister chugs to his chief of the speed of unless the prime minister challenged his chief of the speed or better america media grease agree anyway but he would have to say that america media greece agree anyway but he would have to say he wanted peace to be elected on the no jail he wanted face of peace be elected on the no jail basics and only have a good site for all his 3071 super bowl basics and only have a good site for all his 37 he wants a version of the trees a mangy or not i really want to see more and more ocean of the trees of maine or not i really want to see more and more have a didn't comes out will more debates it's made on most who do you have
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a didn't scums are will more debates it's made on most will tell you it's going to have less and less chance and we could on the phone for us through it's going to have less and less chance and we could on the 31st through january be in exactly the so has assured me if there is an auction for january in exactly the same position if those interactions. are strongly so that she wants wrong he's taking out from under stress in the. bar strongly so that she wants wrong he's taking her tremendous stress like countries are ready made a mess with the results of where she. might countries already made a mess with the results of where she lost if you had a revenue piece i think the same could apply. if you have had a revenue piece but i think the setting could apply with the conservatives who speak because they haven't deliberate i'm a broken promise or
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a conservative who speak because i. mary broken promises. french authorities of found 8 afghan migrants 4 adults and 4 children in a refrigerated of found 8 afghan migrants 4 adults and 4 children in a refrigerated truck in the northwest important kalai to lorry drivers who are remaining in national truck in the northwest important kalai to lorry drivers who are remaining nationals were taken into custody on sunday while the migrants were brought to hospital showing signs of hypothermia us were taken into custody on sunday while the migrants were brought to hospital showing signs of hypothermia it follows last wednesday's tragic incident when the 39 bodies were found in a refrigerated it follows last wednesday's tragic incident when the 39 bodies were found in a refrigerated trailer in eastern england that's now of some people condemning the
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current immigration policy in britain. honestly stunned we must do more to conjure illegal immigration trailer in eastern england that's now got some people condemning the current immigration policy in britain. honestly stunned they must do more to conjure illegal immigration i've lost count of the numbers of the drowned suffocated and frozen fish and i've lost count of the numbers of the drowned suffocated and frozen 39 people found dead inside a lorry in essex people traffickers taking advantage of open border to 9 people found dead inside lorry in essex people traffickers taking advantage of open borders and soft illegal immigration laws sickening news and partly across and soft illegal immigration laws sickening news and partly a consequence of hostile immigration policy draconian border regimes don't stop consequence of hostile immigration policy draconian border regimes don't stop migration they make it more dangerous they empower criminals smugglers and track
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migration they make it more dangerous they empower criminals smugglers and traffickers and create deadly conditions for vulnerable and desperate people for cars and create deadly conditions for vulnerable and desperate people a former chief executive for the u.k.'s immigration advisory service says the border guard a former chief executive for the u.k.'s immigration advisory service says the border guards have an impossible task in the bronx and won't change a thing in terms of illegal crossings and have an impossible task in the bronx and won't change a thing in terms of illegal crossings. if there is a free trade agreement there or no tariffs if there is a free trade agreement there or no tariffs on either side then of course trucks will be able to get through much as they just on either side then of course trucks will be able to get through much as they do today it's only if we have tariff
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barriers that today it's only if we have tariff barriers that there will either have to be checks beyond the customs control again but there will either have to be checks beyond the customs control again by some sort of electronic means or whatever or there will have to be physical checks out of some sort of electronic means or whatever or there will have to be physical checks at the border and the course that then is it has inherently its own danger at the border and the course that then is it has inherently its own danger that i mentioned earlier and that is creating massive queues and how do you create a key that i mentioned earlier and that is creating massive queues and how do you create a queue of a whole load of trucks that have got perishable goods that are not going to you but a whole load of trucks that have got perishable goods that are not going to be valid if they're kept waiting for
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a day longer than their normal would be valid if they're kept waiting for a day longer than their normal time of destination i'm going to merkel's ruling party sees a strong harm of destination i'm going to merkel's ruling party seize a stronghold fall in eastern germany we'll look at what it means for those who live from the cd old fall in eastern germany we look at what it means for those who live from the cd the country as a whole after the break. the country as a whole after the break. join me every thursday simon show and i'll be speaking to get join me every thursday simon show and i'll be speaking to guest on the world of politics sport i'm sure
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i'll see you best in the world of politics sport i'm sure i'll see you then. lead.
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hello again more of our headline news now in hong kong has been gripped by the 21st consecutive we care lower again more of our headline news now in hong kong has been gripped by the 21st consecutive weekend of violent anti beijing rallies with protesters and police clashing again in the financial 100 violent anti beijing rallies with protesters and police clashing again in the financial hub thousands took passage in an unauthorized rally to denounce police brutality of thousands to pass in an unauthorized rally to denounce police brutality many in the crowd will face masks act that was recently banned in the territory has also been many in the
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crowd will face masks act that was recently banned in the territory there's also been another unintended consequence of the unrest with hong kong perhaps set to lose some of its lucrative business another unintended consequence of the unrest with hong kong perhaps set to lose some of its a lucrative business revenue to rival financial hotspots singapore the new polls found that some company's revenue to rival financial hotspots singapore and new polls found that some companies are considering relocating their 23 percent of firms with an office in hong kong or bunnies are considering relocating their 23 percent of firms with an office in hong kong they are apparently thinking of moving their business out and of those firms 9 out of 10 consider paranoid thinking of moving their business out and all of those firms 9 out of 10 consider singapore the best option but of course ways of choice nepal the best option and of course ways of choice. riots in hong kong have dragged on for 7 months now disrupting both
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business riots and hong kong have dragged on for 7 months now disrupting both businesses and the rule of law. i says and the rule of law. i . i. for investors and visitors that's enough reason to start looking to the cities southern
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compact for investors and visitors that's enough reason to start looking to the cities southern competitor singapore hong kong's recent undress to have seen singapore starbright editor singapore hong kong's recent i'm dressed has seen singapore star writes furtive for tourists investors and xpect the 4000000000 as an egg interest furtive for tourists investors and xpect the 4000000000 as an egg interesting number especially in the hong kong monetary authority earlier this week already said that the acting number especially in the hancock monetary authority earlier this week already said that the outflows have been more than the most in more than a year both cities have a lot in cotland have been more than the most in more than a year both cities have a lot in common on the surface they're both financial centers people speak english . and on the surface they're both financial centers people speak english.
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when it comes. when it comes to attracting foreign investment though the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong as it is to attracting foreign investment though the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong's advantage was always its democratic system that protected the property rights of its citizens
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damage was always its democratic system that protected the property rights of its citizens on the other hand singapore could hardly be considered free the state there is now on the other hand singapore could hardly be considered free the state there is not party to the un convention against torture citizens need to visit does not party to the un convention against torture citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to express themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses native park if they want to express themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up a poster in public is beating with a cane as simple as putting up a poster in public is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's riots are making singapore's law and order more attractive none the less hong kong's riots are making singapore's law and order more attractive. to investors especially with the future relationship between hong
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kong and the mainland to investors especially with the future relationship between hong kong and the mainland still in limbo $4000000000.00 isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things still in limbo $4000000000.00 isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things but it's a drop that could become a waterfall singapore's so it's a drop that could become a waterfall singapore's singapore is not or so there are people looking to put asset singapore's not or so there are people looking to put assets here in singapore some people worry that if something happens in china here in singapore some people worry that if something happens in china it could negatively affect hong kong people don't have that fear of singapore it could negatively affect hong kong people don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't have a neighbor it could to they could ruin it singapore doesn't have it singapore
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doesn't have a neighbor it could to they could ruin it singapore doesn't have anybody who can tell it what to do singapore doesn't have a neighbor who can take gases away anybody who can tell it what to do singapore doesn't have a neighbor who can take gases away it's not just talking kong's finance sector that's taking a blow either tourism to singapore that's not just talking kong's finance sector that's taking a blow either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong as it has jumped significantly since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering packing up and moving out to the cities competitor why elite are even considering packing up and moving out to the cities competitor why well perhaps they value security more than they do their own freedom well perhaps they value security more than they do their own freedom. in the future anybody considering moving assets to
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asia in the future or anybody considering moving assets to asia or having a presence in asia i doubt if they will think of hong kong just because having a presence in asia i doubt if they will think of hong kong just because they say oh they will remember this and they will know that it could come back so while as they say oh they will remember this and they will know that it could come back so while it's on call it's not going to fall into the sea i suspect it is future on-call it's not going to fall into the sea i suspect it is future is much less exciting and prosperous than it is past there is much less exciting and prosperous than it is past because even if nobody leaves on kong people aren't going to consider because even if nobody leaves on kong people aren't going to consider going to hong kong now whereas they would have 2 years ago 3 years ago they're going to hong kong
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now whereas they would have 2 years ago 3 years ago. german chancellor c.d.u. party has some. german chancellor c.d.u. party has suffered its worst ever election result in a state considered to be a traditional stronghold but its worst ever election result in a state considered to be a traditional stronghold and while the left party and the populist alternative to germany filled the void taking the 2 top spot in all the left party and the populist alternative to germany filled the void taking the 2 top spots in the election and turning it. in the election and turning it. it was was wealthy it was well the left policy remains the biggest presence the alternative to
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germany more than doubled it left policy remains the biggest presence the alternative to germany more than doubled it chad revealing a fragmented political landscape reporting from berlin his eventual success at revealing a fragmented political landscape reporting from berlin his eventual success. it's only a syringe in state elections are now over and the result. in state elections are now over and the results show how deeply divided the state is parties from both extremes of the polls show how deeply divided the state is parties from both extremes of the political spectrum the left and the right are the ones they gain the most the left party which succeeded expect from the left and the right are the ones they gain the most the left party which succeeded the east german communist party is the one that won the majority of the votes followed by the right the east german communist party is the one that won the majority of the votes followed by the right wing populists alternative for germany party or i if they're coming into
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2nd place but it's the one that wing populists alternative for germany party or i if they're coming into 2nd place but the ones that suffered the most are the centrist parties as in hessen saxony any brand that suffered the most are the centrist parties as in hessen saxony n. brandenburg merkel's christian democratic union last large numbers of the ones they gain better and can learn merkel's christian democratic union last large numbers of the ones they gained back in 2014 coming into 3rd place with 22 point one percent 2nd 2014 coming into 3rd place with 22 point one percent something that the party was not expecting. the fact that the something that the party was not expecting. the fact that the parties in the democratic center didn't obtain a majority is the bitter result of this is in the democratic center didn't mean a majority is the bitter result of this election evening this is a situation that was not expected since $949.00 have not be election evening this
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is a situation that was not expected since $949.00 have not been any democratic elections that led to such result which is impossible to form any democratic elections that led to such result which is impossible to form a government with central forces so the big winner of the 3 engine elections in a government. central forces so the big winner of the 3 engine elections is the alternative for germany party it's a euro centric anti immigration party is the alternative for germany party it's a euro centric and the immigration part of its campaign it was mainly based on immigration policy and deporting illegal its campaign it was mainly based on immigration policy and deporting illegal immigrants. it was said it was to answer posts. crissy a result a result that says yes is yes to. proceed
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in the next of so much we would by a majority it's watched closely by berlin as is the absolute majority it's watched closely by berlin as is the leader of the party b. or in the whole kit his opponents call him a nazi a person who promote leader of the party b. or in the whole kit his opponents call him a nazi a person who promotes violence and the media even think i'm comparing him to hit hitler but but what it comes to the actually comes to the actual winner the window where one of their is of these election lections and is the a lengthy and good link it let the left of party party. for 5 years is a good they didn't think think think we could do it that then they bet we would would fail after 100 days and 5 years later we hear and we say 100
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days and 5 years later we hear and we say we'll keep on rocking it both the left and the right they gathered the most will keep on rocking in both the left and the right they gathered the most votes promote the left of sanctions on russia and stand together for more votes promote the left of center. on russia and stand together for more cooperation with the russian federation but the actual question here is our corporation with the russian federation but the actual question here is are the winners able to form a coalition we asked people from the top 2 parties in sunday the winners able to form a coalition we asked people from the top 2 parties in sunday's election how they view the outcome. we were expecting that we have a good result election how they view the outcome. that more we were expecting that we have a good result but that it's good we didn't know so we're very healthy that it sent
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you what we didn't know so we're very happy about the more than 30 percent which is support our in. the more than 30 percent richest support our aims in turin and seoul this is the one side and the other side in turin and seoul this is the one side and the other side is that it's not easy to build a government now so because that it's not easy to build a government now so to say it's not one meddle in the one and be very happy and on the other such a sense alone meddle in the one and be very happy and on the other side it will be no necessary to have a constructive dialogue with all that i did will be no necessary to have a constructive dialogue with all the other democratic party so true to a government what if you cheer for this further democratic party so true to
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a government what if you cheer for this beautiful state holds probably a minority government because a beautiful state holds probably a minority government because i cannot see the left former s.e.d the communist roots of east germany i cannot see the left former s.e.d the communist roots of east germany form a successful government that will see deal with our new americans party and form a successful government with the c.d.u. with our new americans party now see if you will not agree to this kind of a radio cd you will not agree to this kind of arrangement that will be the last voters that are conservative voters and the engine used that will be the last . notice the last conservative voters of our supporters would believe that you are basically making you deal with the devil our supporters would believe that you are
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basically making you deal with the devil this is a no go so i believe it would be our government problem this is a no go so i believe there will be our government probably premature elections in want to use tide probably premature elections in want to use tide. most americans are having doubts about the 1st amendment. most americans are having doubts about the 1st amendment that part of the us constitution that protects free speech so only according to a poll by the campaign for that part of the us constitution that protects free speech so only according to a poll by the campaign for free speech more than half of those surveyed agreed that the 1st amendment needs to be written to free speech more than half of those surveyed agree that the 1st amendment needs to be written to quote reflect the cultural norms of today but it seems that most people don't actually understand
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quote reflect the cultural norms of today but it seems that most people don't actually understand what the law really protects with 80 percent saying that it means you can say whatever you like without stand what the law really protects with 80 percent saying that it means you can say whatever you like without fear of consequences the poll also found that almost half of americans think hate speech should be of consequences the poll also found that almost half of americans think hate speech should be made illegal and that more than report the usa both be made illegal and the reports. the usa boasts that it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a key pillar of the us constitution it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a key pillar of the us constitution but ironically most americans now think it's out of date and that it should be but ironically most americans now think it's out of date and that it should be updated to meet the new cultural norms the findings
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are frankly extra updated to meet the new cultural norms the findings are frankly extraordinary our free speech rights and our free press rights have evolved well over towards our free speech rights and our free press rights have evolved well over 200 years and people now seem to be rethinking them now some would say 200 years and people now seem to be rethinking them now some would say that it's a wild world of political correctness others would say they have a point and that hate that it's a wild world of political correctness others would say they have a point and that hate speech should be illegal but here's the question who gets to decide what is speech should be illegal but here's the question who gets to decide what is considered hate speech well that's a tricky question 49 percent of americans say that they were considered hate speech well that's a tricky question 49 percent of americans say that they want facebook to make that decision but mark zuckerberg is adamant he does not facebook to make that decision
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but mark zuckerberg is adamant he does not want that job or more people across the spectrum believe that achieve not want that job more people across the spectrum believe that achieving the political outcomes the bay think matter is more important than a reporting the political outcomes the bay think matter is more important than every person having a voice and being heard. and i think that that's dangerous person having a voice and being heard. and i think that's dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind guiding and nudging now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind guiding and nudging what you see discreetly it's algorithms determine what shows up on your news what you see discretely it's algorithms determine what shows up on your news feed it funny comments from friends or means facebook even has its own version feed be it funny comments from friends
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or means facebook even has its own version of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that decides what accounts get shut of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that decides what accounts get shut down but nobody ever elected mark zuckerberg his board is not appointed down but nobody ever elected mark zuckerberg his board is not appointed by elected officials are we really comfortable having a corporation decide who by elected officials are we really comfortable having a corporation decide who gets heard and who gets shut down we decided to ask new yorkers do you approve gets hurt and who gets shut down we decided to ask new yorkers do you approve of the government regulating content brewing continental of course is of the government regulating content brewing consonantal of course is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so no hope and freedom of
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speech absolutely not no i don't think so no matter what about facebook if it's harmful if a tape full speech that should be right now what about facebook if it's harmful if they tape full speech so it should be regulated and i don't either just keep going against those freedom of speech they follow the same laws that we make elated and i don't either just keep going against those freedom of speech they follow the same laws that we do so we'll make so many more powerful are you concerned about tech censorship and tech companies perhaps having to do so will make so many more powerful are you concerned about text. ship and tech companies perhaps having a political agenda yes absolutely i'm sorry if i'm contradicting myself but yeah in a political agenda yes absolutely i'm sorry if i'm contradicting myself but yeah absolutely i'm concerned about that if it's a government or a private company free speech is free speech absolutely i'm concerned about that if it's a government or a private company free speech is free speech the increasing power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply concerning to many americans increasing
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power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply concerning to many americans on all different sides of the political spectrum a little up and r.t. new york saw it all different sides of the political spectrum a little up and r.t. new york. should use without thanks for watching the palestinian prime minister talks in-depth with policy should use for now thanks for watching the palestinian prime minister talks in-depth with paula slayer on the regional power and shifting allegiances next to international player on the regional power and shifting allegiances next on the international.
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unions. it's rational. rational. design for a lot of needy thief. desire for a lot of the needy thief. origin
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with me i have the palestinian prime minister mohammad thank you very much for joining us here on nazi enclosed have the palestinian prime minister mohammad thank you very much for joining us here on nazi into hosting us in my my life my pleasure the american president donald trump by withdrawing his trusting us in my my life my pleasure the american president donald trump by withdrawing his troops from syria what to you as the palestinian prime minister taken from syria what to you as the palestinian prime minister takes the message from the american administration i want to come president is better and better that the message from the american administration i want to come president is better and better that they believe and he says one thing he does the and he keeps changing his mind and he says one thing he does the and he keeps changing his mind. we hope that if they're not to say this is really leaving this we hope that if the. that the distance is really
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leaving the scene it should leave the area. and i seen it should give the area. and i hope that united states even though the claim was. that united states even though the claim was that this has not been coordinated with that is why it is whether or. not it can be as it can be encoded in it to do with it is whether or. not it can but as it can be decisive and if that happens we hope that the american president will be decide decisive and if that happens we hope that the american president will be decisive on day sure that comes through but it's seen as living. on day sure that comes through but is seen as living. over commission but is seen as living in freedom but is seen as living in 2
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states over commission by the seen as living in freedom but is seen as living in 2 states by the senior living in a free and independent sovereign state. living in a free and independent sovereign state now unfortunately the president has taken us into a totally different that action unfortunately the president has taken us into a totally different that action but the message from syria is that if the american president wants something but the message from syria is that if the american president wants something it can happen the problem is what is he's doing is not doesn't. happen the problem is what is he's doing is not does not fulfill our national aspirations he thinks and maybe because withdrawal from the middle east is beneficial for the palestinians he think and maybe because withdrawal from the middle east is beneficial for the palestinians well you know p.s. by all means because i think with the new emerging well you know p.s.
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by all means because. i think with the new emerging but if you go to reality and living on the border one by water but if you go to reality and living on the tomato border one by water this is a very unhealthy situation and i think the russian engagement this is a very unhealthy situation and i think the russian engagement then the syrian. then the syrian. the. russian for that action has a presence on the mediterranean i think it does counterbalance that russian for that action has a presence on the mediterranean i think it does counterbalance what has having been and i think at this podium bordered on to really break them but it comes up as having a very gentle and i think at this podium bordered on to really break the american model body over the region joe question the american presidents advisor is it
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heading to more nobody over the region joe question the american presidents advisor is heading to the region we know that the palestinian authority does not support the so-called deal of the region we know that the palestinian authority does not support the so-called deal of the century thing put forth and yet you boycotted the dough this conference simple they say actually think put forth and that you boycott the tone this conference in parade do you have details of what exactly is a tale in this so-called deal do you have details of what exactly is a tale in this so-called deal of the same chili we know all the economic chapter of this deal has been off the same chili we know all the economic chapter of this deal has been. it does shored up the whole of this and. it does sure that the whole of this.

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