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stand. to join us on the death. or inmate in the shallowness. or inmate in the shallowness. broad. broad the world's number one terrorist leader to justice. the world's number one terrorist leader to justice. donald trump announces the successful elimination of. baghdadi says the successful elimination of. the russian defense ministry has cast doubts on certain aspects of the operation. cast doubt on certain aspects of the operation while some countries
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warn that the terror group still poses a threat. warning of the terror group still poses a threat. has failed in his. boris johnson has failed in his of to try and force a general election before christmas as he struggles to get his plan through parliament before christmas as he struggles to get his plan through parliament earlier the e.u. agreed to another 3 month deadline extension. to another 3 month deadline extension. and hong kong is gripped by the 21st consecutive week. and hong kong is gripped by the 21st consecutive weekend of violent protests we look at how the unrest is driving money away from the financial how can the
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violent protests we look at how the unrest is driving money away from the financial hub and towards. them towards a strictly. then it's 10 pm here in moscow my name's colin brown welcome to world news from there it's 10 pm here in moscow my name's colin brown welcome to your world news from the international top headline story for you tonight then donald trump announced on sunday that the lead international top headline story for you tonight then donald trump announced on sunday that the leader of islamic state has been killed in a u.s. special forces raid on a compound in northwestern service like state has been killed in a u.s.
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special forces raid on a compound in northwestern syria this video is said to show the site where abu bakar al baghdadi had been hiding out syria this video is said to show the site where abu bakar al baghdadi had been hiding out according to the american president the terra chief was chased by u.s. military dogs into about according to the american president the terra chief was chased by u.s. military dogs into a dead end tunnel with 3 of his children i doubt even reportedly detonated a suicide dead end tunnel with 3 of his children i doubt even reportedly detonated a suicide vest killing all full of all the operation has been hailed a major success many in the internet just killing all full of all the operation has been hailed a major success many in the international community one that i still believe remain a dangerous and capable terror group national community one that i still believe remain 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 do well it's
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a physical caliphate and defeat you know it's hard to defeat an ideology so what we're going 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 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 the death of al baghdadi is a hard blow them as well. 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 internet against dash but it's only a step the fight continues with our partners in the international coalition so that the terrorist organization is definitively defeated i should. mention so that the terrorist organization is definitively defeated the death of but by god daddy is an important moment in our fight against terror but the battle against the evil evil evil of diet is my not is net not yet over over
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moscow's cast doubt on the exact events it also says that the death of the ice a leader won't change the situation on the exact events it also says that the death of the ice a leader won't change the situation in syria that views been echoed by the pentagon france and the game k but for donald trump and syria that views been echoed by the pentagon france and the game kay but for donald trump the death of baghdad he was a crucial item on his to do list as it was done of no explained the death of baghdad he was a crucial item on his to do list as a goshdarn of no explained he was terrorist number one now he's 3 he was terrorist number one now he's thrown is up for the taking a brutal killer one only is up for the taking. a brutal killer one who is cause so much hardship and death has violently who is cause so much
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hardship and death. has violently been eliminated he died like a dog he died like a callee been eliminated he died like a dog he died like a coward al baghdadi the only dog to be blessed with all 9 lowered by a diety the only dog to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because since 2015 various reports proclaimed he was apparently because since 2015 various reports proclaimed him dead at least 5 times the americans did it the russians didn't dead at least 5 times the americans did it the russians did it he was born to captured poisoned and months later appeared in that he was bombed captured poisoned and months later appeared in rare new video struggling to breathe hope into his dwindling caliphate and rare new video struggling to breathe hope into his
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dwindling caliphate now donald trump in his signature cocky tone has joined the choir now donald trump in his signature khaki tone has joined the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for years from the 1st which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for years from the 1st day i came to office and there were getting close to 3 years i would say hey i came to office and now we're getting close to 3 years i would say where's baghdad addie oh. daddy. for trump killing killing in alba doug doug. is a line he'd love to to add to these presidential resume maybe because now he's just as good as obama with his bin laden operation because now he's just as good as obama with his bin laden operation but from being trump he
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didn't stop at just taking credit for the kill but from being trump he didn't stop it just taking credit for the kill he hit be too easy going into a. new level of all baghdadi has been on the run for many years long before i took office has been on the run for many years long before i took office but in my direction as commander in chief of the united but in my direction as commander in chief of the united states. we owe blitter raided his caliphate 100 states. we owe blitter aided his caliphate 100 percent in march of this year it's been 100 percent in march of this year. it's been 8 years since bin laden's death al-qaeda
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hasn't gone anywhere 8 years since bin laden's death al-qaeda hasn't gone anywhere but daddy was a symbol for sure the 1st caliph and after the fall but died he was a symbol for sure the 1st caliph and after the 1st comes the 2nd and the 3rd and the force 1st comes the 2nd and the 3rd and the force of the flu g o. g e if it is enough to sit all these involved in and there's enough cities in villain rugby just for the never of rug for you to every tour a terrorist so so the terrorist the king is dead long live the king on earlier you know neil was joined in the studio by r.t. america's long live the king on earlier you know neil was joined in the studio by
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r.t. america's senior correspondent the bush of mileage who's been looking at what's next in the fight against terror a senior correspondent in the bush a mother who's been looking at what's next in the fight against terror assuming he is dead how significant assuming he is dead how significant a development is that what extent will i still be weakened or a development is that what extent will i still be weakened well they've lost the territory long ago i mean what we're dealing with for all intensive purposes lost the territory long ago i mean what we're dealing with for all intents and purposes are small bands of. leftover bands of purposes are small bands of. leftover bands of fighters there their power their true power was was broken long ago with the fighters their power their true power was was broken long ago with the
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end of the if it's confirmed then that's a big if always because he's been dead what 5 times by 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 a significant development in so far as he declared himself is would be a significant development in so far as he declared himself the colleague and this the manner of his death the colleague and this the manner of his death has been. there only the legitimizing to that particular role has been. there only the legitimizing 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 will 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 trumps comments the way he phrased it one of the big which i think was the purpose of president trumps comments the way he phrased it one of the big aspects of this is that my daddy was
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sheltering in the area under the control of hi again specs all of this is that my daddy was sheltering in the area under the control of hyatt to rear nuts of course kite it affiliate which is fought against it to rear nuts of course kite it affiliate which is fought against the eyes old of being numerous bottles between the 2 in the past does that tell us anything about the isel that being numerous bottles between the 2 in the past does not tell us anything about this well before they were enemies they were allies you when you considered well before they were enemies they were allies you when you considered the original it became a rose from al qaeda. iraq more most interesting to me i would became eisel rose from al qaeda in iraq more most interesting to me is that groups like al shaab more on this or however they were called before me is that groups like al shaab more on this or however they were called before were presented in the western media as
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these moderate rebels who are going to help the u.s. in the cold war are presented in the western media as these moderate rebels who are going to help the u.s. and the coalition defeat isis and talk of a sudden you know that that bubble has completely been defeated isis and talk of a sudden you know that that bubble has completely been exploded just like finding bin laden in pakistan as opposed to tora bora where ever exploded just like finding bin laden in pakistan as opposed to tora bora wherever nobody saw it coming except people who do the region same thing would know what he saw that coming except people who do the region same thing would be hiding in adlib poku here right now it's u.s. policy in syria it's hiding in a coherent right now it's u.s. policy in syria it's risk a nice little resurgence in the northeast by withdrawing troops and yet is under risk a nice little resurgence in the northeast by withdrawing troops and yet has undertaken
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complex anti terror raids isn't it against the high profile targets adults were taking complex anti terror raids isn't it against the high profile targets adults whereas we're seeing well i'm one of those people who was skeptical of the whole risking reserve as we're seeing well i'm one of those people who was skeptical of the whole risking resurgence narrative because what i saw happening was basically u.s. troops leaving. the 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 'd 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 was problematic for years there not between the kurds in turkey that was that was problematic for years there'd been a lot of anger directed double trouble over his. what was called by a lot of anger directed double trouble over his. what was called his betrayal of
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the kurds and that wasn't very long ago high potentially of his betrayal of the kurds and that wasn't very long ago hi potentially beneficial might this be in the other aspect for him taking out such an official might this be in the other aspect for him taking out such a high profile target well your vast majority of americans to high profile targets well your vast majority of americans would react to this with. baghdad. isis is done for fantastic the media absolutely hated because this ruins their entire isis's done for fantastic the media absolutely hated because this ruins their entire narrative about being a bumbling inept politician who's who's higher narrative about being a bumbling politician who's who's messing up the syria policy who's who just needs
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to be impeached right away that's the narrative the 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 and yesterday was a terrible day for them and we've been trying to sell the american people for the past 3 years and yesterday was a terrible day for them and a really really good day good for the detroit front from the standpoint of this game stand going to turn and fix for the. ford for the population of the country at large because elation of the country at a bar because ahmed's it didn't help that when the. didn't know what about when the bin laden photo that went evident everywhere. and now they're saying that you have a sim very much the same situation and now they're saying and now we. have a sim very much the same situation analogous situation yet and yet the tree at the . complete different effort. on kong's being gripped by the 21st consecutive weekend of violent and beijing
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rallies with party being gripped by the 21st consecutive weekend of violent and beijing rallies with protesters at least clashing again in the financial. thousands took part in an unauthorized rally to denounce a police brutality many in the crowd will face masks an act that was recently banned an ounce of police brutality many in the crowd will face masks an act that was recently banned in the territory there's also been another unintended consequence of the rest with hong kong in the territory there's also been another unintended consequence of the rest with hong kong perhaps set to lose some of its lucrative business revenue to rival financial hotspots singapore and perhaps set to lose some of its lucrative business revenue to rival financial hotspots singapore. and you new polls found from the the summer to compass some companies is a considering relocating their 23 percent of defer firms with an office in
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hong kong or apparently think thinking of moving their big business ad out and all of those firms 9 out of 10 consider singapore to be the best option and all of those firms 9 out of 10 consider singapore to be the best option on quarter ways at the choice riots in hong kong have dragged on for 7 months on quarter ways at the choice. riots in hong kong have dragged on for 7 months now disrupting both businesses and the rule of law all over the months now disrupting both businesses and the rule of law. i. i . i. i.
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i. i i. for investors and visitors that's enough reason to start looking. for investors and visitors that's enough reason to start looking to the cities southern competitor singapore hong kong's recent i'm looking to the cities southern competitor singapore hong kong's recent undress to have seen singapore starbright furtive the tourists investors and xpect stressed to have seen singapore start rights so that if the tourists investors and xpect the former 1000000001 has ever been in their stance and various expressions into the decision condom on a diversionary there is are especially personally in the air this monetary authority earlier this week already said that the outflows have been more than the
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most in more than a week already said that the outflows 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 say here both cities have a lot in common on the surface they're both financial centers people speak english . speaking english.
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when it comes to attracting foreign investment though the 2 cities are like. when it comes to attracting foreign investment though the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong's advantage was always its democratic system that protected night and day hong kong's advantage was always its democratic system that protected the property rights of its citizens on the other hand singapore could hardly be consecutive the property rights of its citizens on the other hand singapore could hardly be considered free the state there is not party to the un convention against torture free the state there is not party to the un convention against torture citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to express themselves freely citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to express themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up
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a poster in public and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up a poster in public is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's riots are making singapore is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's riots are making singapore's law and order more attractive to investors especially with the future relationship between law and order more attractive. to investors especially with the future relationship between hong kong and the mainland still in limbo $4000000000.00 isn't really that we know hong kong and the mainland 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 much in the grand scheme of things but it's a drop that could become a waterfall singapore's singapore is not or so there are people saying of course singapore is not or so there are people looking to put assets here in singapore some people worry looking to put assets here in singapore some
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people worry that if something happens in china it could negatively affect hong kong people that if something happens in china it could negatively affect hong kong people don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't have a neighbor they could to don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't have a neighbor they could to they could ruin singapore doesn't have anybody who can tell it what to do singapore doesn't have it it 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 it's not just talking kong's finance sector that's taken a blow out neighbor who can take gases away it's not just talking kong's finance sector that's taken a blow either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly since the outbreak of violence either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering packing up and
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moving and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering packing up and moving out to the cities competitor why well perhaps they value security more out to the cities competitor why well perhaps they value security more than they do their own freedom in the future or anybody considering more than they do their own freedom. in the future anybody considering moving assets to asia or having a presence in asia i doubt if they are moving assets to asia or 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 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 it's on call it's not going to fall into the sea to come back so while it's on call it's not going to fall into the sea i suspect it is future is much less exciting and i suspect it is future is much less exciting
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and prosperous than it is past because even if nobody leaves on call prosperous then it is past because even if nobody leaves on kong people aren't going to consider going to hong kong now whereas they would have chong people aren't going to consider going to hong kong now whereas they would have 2 years ago 3 years ago . or 2 years ago 3 years ago. german chancellor c.d.u. party has suffered its worst ever election result in a state considered german chancellor c.d.u. party has suffered its worst ever election result in a state considered to be a traditional stronghold the left party and the populist alternative for germany fell before being a traditional stronghold the left party and the populist alternative for germany fill the void to taking the 2 top spots in the election and. taking the 2 top
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spots in the election and. thank you god. god well enough policy remains the biggest present alternative for john was well enough policy remains the biggest present alternative for germany more than doubled it revealing a fragmented political landscape reporting negativity more than doubled it revealing a fragmented political landscape reporting next from berlin his about to no sepsis . from berlin here's a bunch of sepsis. the engine state elections are now over and the results show how deeply divided state elections are now over and the results show how deeply divided the state is parties from both extremes of the political
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spectrum the left and the right are added the state is parties from both extremes of the political spectrum the left and the right are the ones they gained the most the left party which succeeded the east german communist party is the ones they gained 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 wing populists alternative for germany party the one that won the majority of the votes followed by the right wing populists alternative for germany party or i if that coming into 2nd place but the ones that suffered the most are the centrist 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 and brandenburg merkel's christian democrats in hessen saxony and brandenburg merkel's christian democratic union lost large numbers of the ones they gained back in 2014 coming into the union last large numbers of the ones they gained back in 2014 coming into 3rd place with 22 point one percent something that the party was not expected 3rd place with 22 point one percent
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something that the. party was not expecting. the fact that the parties in the democratic center did thing. the fact that the parties in the democratic center didn't obtain a majority is the bitter result of this election evening this is a situation that was meant to mean a majority is the bitter result of this election evening this is a situation that was not expected since 1909 they have not been any democratic elections that not expected since 1909 they have not been any democratic elections that led to such results where it is impossible to form a government with central forces led to such results where it is impossible to form a government with central forces so the big winner of the 3 engine elections is the alternative for germany party so the big winner of the 3 engine elections is the alternative for germany party it's a euro centric anti immigration party and its campaign was mainly big it's
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a euro centric and he immigration part of its campaign was mainly based on immigration policy and deporting illegal immigrants a clear immigration policy and deporting illegal immigrants a clear road was said to our state's party democracy a result that says yes to a no was said to our state's party democracy a result that says yes to a new lively democracy in the next election we would by a majority to live the democracy in the next election we would by a majority it's watch closely by berlin as is the leader of the party be or not. it's watch 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 promotes violence and the media his opponents call him a nazi a person who promotes violence and the media even compare him to hitler but when it comes to the actual winner the winner up even compare him to hitler but when it
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comes to the actual. the winner of these elections is the a linkage the left party 5 years ago they didn't these elections is the a linkage the left party 5 years ago they didn't think we could do it then they bet we would fail after 100 days and 5 you think we could do it then they bet we would fail after 100 days and 5 years later we're here and we say we'll keep on rocking it is later we hear and we say we'll keep on rocking it both the left and the right they gather the most votes promote the left of both the left and the right they gather the most votes promote the left of sanctions on russia and stand together for more cooperation with the russian federation on russia and stand together for more cooperation with the russian federation but the actual question here is are the winners able to form
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a coalition but the actual question here is are 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 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. that more we were expecting that we have a good result that it's good we didn't know so we're very happy about our d. but we didn't know so we're very happy about the more than 30 per cent russia support our aims in turin and more than 30 percent russia support our aims in turin and. this is the one side and the other side chris that it's not. solvable this is the one side and the other side is that it's not easy to build a government now so to say it's not one easy to build
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a government now so to say it's all one medal i'm the one i'd be very happy and on the other side it will be null medal i'm the one who'd be very happy and on the other side it will be no necessary to have a constructive dialogue with all the other democratic society to have a constructive dialogue with all the other democratic party so true to a government what if you cheer for this beautiful state he sold through to a government what if you cheer for this beautiful state holds probably a minority government because i cannot see polls probably a minority government because i cannot see the left form s.e.d the communist roots of east germany former successful left former s.e.d the communist roots of east germany former successful government with the c.d.u. with our new americans party now in the government with the c.d.u.
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with our new americans party now see if you will not agree to this kind of arrangement accused that would not agree to this kind of arrangement accused that would mean that the us voters the last 4 conservative voters in the us supporters would leave me the last vote. so that's the last conservative voters of our supporters would believe you are basically making you deal with this is. basically making you deal with this is a no go so i believe there will be are a minority government probably premature so i believe there will be are a minority government and probably premature elections in want to use tried. elections want to use tried. within the last few minutes british m.p.'s have rejected boris johnson's 3rd call and within the last few minutes
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british m.p.'s have rejected boris johnson's 3rd call from an early election the prime minister was aiming at a pretty christmas vote that's now been for an early election the prime minister was aiming at a pretty christmas vote that's now been shot down by lawmakers again but it's not over yet because there's another round of voting expected in west meltdown by lawmakers again but it's not over yet because there's another round of voting expected in westminster on tuesday all this comes right on the back of the e.u. agreeing another extensions on tuesday all this comes right on the back of the e.u. agreeing another extension to the end of january this time by the prime minister's already asked brussels to rule out extending it and to the end of january this time by the prime minister's already asked brussels to rule out extending it any further beyond the 31st 2020 live to artie's westminster bureau now quality further beyond the 31st 2020 live to artie's westminster bureau now correspondent. lisa.
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another judge. on the fender thinks it is likely to get a little a little easier leader for 4 in the next 24 hours possibly mr johnson losing for him in the next 24 hours. possibly mr johnson losing that vote to see if they were winning you could say i mean he got 299 votes against 70 deceive they were winning you could say i mean he got 299 votes to get 70 votes voting against him and his attempt to get a new election but he lost in the sense of votes voting against him and his attempt to get a new election but he lost in the sense that he needed to get a 2 thirds of the total number of m.p.'s which is $430.00 he needed to get a 2 thirds of the total number of m.p.'s which is 434 m.p.'s because according to the fixed part of act in order to have a new election that's number 2 for m.p.'s because according to the fixed parliament act in order to have a new election that's number he needed he fell short therefore there is not going
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to be an election how he needed he fell short therefore there is not going to be an election however tomorrow the prime minister is expected to come back with what's known as a while ago tomorrow the prime minister is expected to come back with what's known as a one line bill and that would supersede the fixed parliament act effectively when the line bill and that would supersede the fixed parliament act effectively would only require a majority of 'd one that would be roughly in the 3 holy require a majority of one that would be roughly in the $320.00 or so figure in the house however tonight this 120 or so figure in the house however tonight of only got 299 so there's no guarantee even tomorrow he'll win a vote to get johnson only got 299 so there's no guarantee even tomorrow he'll win the vote to get an election but as far as mr johnson is concerned the government
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the country and election but as far as mr johnson is concerned the government the country needs a new government in order to get drugs it. to allow needs a new government in order to get pregnant. to allow a new parliament and in new government to be in place by christmas because a new parliament and in new government to be in place by christmas because this is because without that hard stop of an election. without that moment of truth this is because without that hard stop of an election. without that moment of truth the electorate will i'm afraid have a sense that they're all the electorate well i'm afraid have a sense that they're all we're all like charlie brown and misty are running up to kick the ball only to have a role like charlie brown and mr running up to kick the ball only to have parliament take it away with that boom away yet again only to find the power
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parliament take it away with that pull away yet again only to find the parliament is willing to go along delaying and delaying. all of it is willing to go along the laying and delaying. on monday morning we saw the e.u. finding the agreeing to an extension to briggs that on monday morning we saw the e.u. finding the agreeing to an extension to briggs that xo called flex tension to january 31st of next year but it's flexible in the sense that it's so called flex tension to january 31st of next year but it's flexible in the sense that if agree if a deal is agreed ratified before that point then it would take place if agree if a deal is agreed ratified before that point then it would take place then however we've also heard from the leader of the opposition the labor leader jeremy corbyn then however we've also heard from the leader of the opposition the labor leader jeremy corbyn who says that the prime minister boris johnson simply cannot be
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trusted when it comes to who says that the prime minister boris johnson simply cannot be trusted when it comes to banks it is having a legal aid program fibroids respects it. having a legal aid through parliament for 5 weeks for is queen's speech he now abandons that queen's speech. queen's speech he now abandons that queen's speech. he got to steal through a 2nd reading then abandoned it he got cheese deals through a 2nd reading then abandoned it he said that he would never ask for an extension and he said he'd say eggs that he would never ask for an extension and he said he'd rather die in a dish another broken promise and rather die in a dish another broken promise ah. he says thank you
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every promise this process was he says thank you every promise this prime minister makes he abandons us notify minister mikes he abandons us in order for mr johnston to get his desire of an election he would probably need to get the law mr johnson to get his desire of an election he would probably need to get the labor party on board fired from jeremy cotton saying that no deal has to be taken off the table policy on board fired from jeremy corbin saying that no deal has to be taken off the table if he is to support it there's also a debate between the opposition parties what table if he has to support it there's also a debate between the opposition parties what date there is to be the lib dems and the s.n.p. want the date to be december the 9th the government a date there is to be the lib dems and the s.n.p. want the date to be december the 9th the government aiming for december the 12th the opposition parties want it because they want more time to potentially and
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before december the 12th the opposition parties want it because they want more time to potentially stop and scrutinize any attempts by boris johnson to get briggs to stop and. scrutinize any attempt by boris johnson to get through and as far as your record is concerned the leader of the labor party he would support that earlier death through and as far as your record is concerned the leader of the labor party he would support that earlier date because it means students he sees as traditionally more pro-labor will be late because it means students he sees as traditionally more pro-labor will be at university and will be able to vote in their constituencies so all eyes will turn to cheat at university and will be able to vote in their constituencies so all eyes will turn to choose dates see how and please vote ok or i will do all this again tomorrow or tuesday to see how and please vote ok or i will do all this again tomorrow and. westminster thank you.
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minister thank you. french authorities have found 8 afghan migrants from. french authorities have found 8 afghan migrants 4 adults and 4 children in a refrigerated truck in the northwestern port of cali 4 adults and 4 children in a refrigerated truck in the northwestern port of cali 2 lorry drivers who were remaining in nationals were taken into custody on sunday or the migrants who lorry drivers who were remaining in nationals were taken into custody on sunday or the migrants were brought to hospital showing signs of hypothermia it follows last wednesday's tragic incident when 3 brought to hospital showing signs of hypothermia it follows last wednesday's tragic incident when 39 bodies were found in a refrigerated trailer in eastern england that's now got some people can demo to 9 bodies were found in a refrigerated trailer in eastern england that's now got some people condemning the current immigration policy in britain. honestly stunned we must do more to the
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current immigration policy in britain. honestly stunned we must do more to conjure illegal immigration i've lost count of the numbers of the drowned suffocated and for contour legal immigration i've lost count of the numbers of the drowned suffocated and frozen people traffic is taking advantage of open borders and soft illegal immigration isn't people traffic is taking advantage of open borders and soft illegal immigration laws sickening news and partly a consequence of hostile immigration laws sickening news and partly a consequence of hostile immigration policy draconian border regimes don't stop migration they make policy draconian border regimes don't stop migration they make it more dangerous they empower criminals smugglers and traffickers and create get more dangerous they empower criminals smugglers and traffickers and create deadly conditions for vulnerable and desperate people
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a former chief executive lee conditions for vulnerable and desperate people. a former chief executive of the u.k.'s immigration advisory service says the border guards have an impossible task in the brevity of the u.k.'s immigration advisory service says the border guards have an impossible task in the bronx it won't change a thing in terms of illegal crossings. if there is a sex it won't change a thing in terms of illegal crossings. if there is a free trade agreement there or no tariffs on either side then of course free trade agreement there or no tariffs on either side then of course trucks will be able to get through much as they do today its only trucks will be able to get through much as they do today it's only if we have tariff barriers that there will either have to be checks if we have tariff barriers that there will either have to be checks beyond the customs control again by some sort of electronic means or whatever
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beyond the customs control again by some sort of electronic means or whatever or there will have to be physical checks at the border and the course of our or there will have to be physical checks at the border and the course that then is it has inherently its own danger that i mentioned earlier and that is create 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 queue of a whole load of trucks that are getting 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 be valid if they're kept waiting for perishable goods that are not going to be valid if they're kept waiting for a day longer than their normal time of destination for a day longer than their normal time of destination. for most americans having doubts about the 1st amendment. most americans are having
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doubts about the 1st amendment that part of the u.s. constitution that protects free speech only according to a poll by the campaign and that part of the u.s. constitution that protects free speech only according to a poll by the campaign for free speech more than half of those surveyed agree that the 1st amendment needs to be rewritten to come for free speech more than half of those surveyed agree that the 1st. needs to be rewritten to quote reflect the cultural norms of today but it seems that most people don't actually understand reflect the cultural norms of today but it seems that most people don't actually understand what the law really protects 80 percent say that it means that you can say whatever you like and what the law really protect 80 percent say that it means that you can say whatever you like without fear of consequence the poll also found that almost half of americans think hate speech without fear of consequence the poll also found that almost half of americans think hate speech should be made illegal reporting next his color more than the u.s.
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it should be made illegal reporting next his kind of more than. the usa boasts that it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a key pillar of the usa boasts that 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 constitution 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 are for and that it should be updated to meet the new cultural norms the findings are frankly extraordinary our free speech rights and our free press rights have evolved with the extraordinary our free speech rights and our free press rights have evolved well over 200 years and people now seem to be rethinking them now so over 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
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a point some would say 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 and that hate 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 american idol what is 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 adam a say that they want facebook to make that decision but mark zuckerberg is adamant he does not want that job or more people across the spectrum believe that he does not want that job or more people across the spectrum believe that achieving the political outcomes the bay think matter is more important is that achieving 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 what every person having
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a voice and being heard. and i think that's dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind guide dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind guiding and nudging what you see discreetly it's algorithms determine what shows up and nudging 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 it on your news feed be it funny comments from friends or means facebook even has its own version of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that decides what a cat's own version 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 shut down but nobody ever elected mark zuckerberg his board is not appointed by elected officials are we really comfortable having
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a corporation appointed 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 decide who gets heard and who gets shut down we decided to ask new yorkers do you approve of the government regulating content brewing continental of course do you approve of the government regulating content brewing continental of course is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so. is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so no matter what about facebook if it's harmful if a tape full speech i don't know what about facebook if it's harmful if a tape full speech so it should be regulated and i don't either just keep going against the host freedom of speech they told us that should be regulated and i don't either they just keep going against the host 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 company most that we do so will make so many more
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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 bunny's perhaps having 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 yeah 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 and the increasing power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply concerning to many americans on all different sides of the political spectrum they look mopp and r.t. americans on all different sides of the political spectrum they look mopp and r.t. new york. that's the way looks from moscow so far this monday thanks for watching new york. that's the way looks from moscow so follow this monday thanks for watching your next political update in just about half an hour stephen. your next
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political update is in just about half an hour us either. join me every thursday on the alex salmond she'll. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sport that's less i'm show business and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of
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politics sport that's less i'm show business i'll see you then. i'll see that. during the great depression which. during the great depression which i'm old enough to remember there was most of my family were unemployed working class must remember there was most of my family were unemployed working class and it wasn't it was bed you know much worse objective listen today but there was an echo there wasn't it was bed you know much worse objective listen today but there was an expectation of the things were going to get better. there was a real sense of perspective of the things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america where shape by the
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turn principle here isn't today today's america where shape my. by the 10 principles of concentration of wealth and power. suppose of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack solo down engineer election reduced democracy attack solo down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to manufacture consent and other principles according to know on. one set of rules for the rich opposites no on combs to one set of rules for the rich opposites. that's what happens when you put her into the. that's what happens when you put her into the hands of. her of will which will is sort of
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narrow sector of wilf which will is dedicated to increasing power for just as you'd expect one of the most influence dedicated to increasing power for just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of the month show intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. america. back geysers financial survival guide. backstabbers financial survival guide. housing bob all. oh you mean housing bob all. oh you mean there's a down side artificially low mortgage rates don't get carried away that's guys
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reporting there's a downside to artificially low mortgage rates don't get carried away. that's cause report. time after time say what. time after time say we're going underground ahead of a possible total withdrawal of u.s. troops from the longest war in history after going on the ground ahead of a possible total withdrawal of u.s. troops from the longest war in history afghanistan where thousands of british soldiers were wounded or killed since tony blair's invasion coming on
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a start where thousands of british soldiers were wounded or killed since tony blair's invasion coming up in the show 18 years ago britain and the united states began aerial bombardment of one of the board on the show 18 years ago britain and the united states began aerial bombardment of one of the poorest countries on earth afghanistan we ask the man who could be the country's president in tests countries on earth afghanistan we ask the man who could be the country's president in 10 days time. it's time for u.k. and u.s. soldiers to come home and days time. it's time for u.k. and u.s. soldiers to come home plus in u.k. black history month we speak to the editor of legendary 20th century marxist magazine a plus in u.k. black history month we speak to the editor of legendary 20th century marxist magazine race today they left how who inspired some of britain's most influential politicians and race today they left how who inspired some of britain's most influential politicians including the 1st black female m.p. and music from a race today inspired by recording the 1st black female m.p.
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and music from a race today inspired poet. germans that all the more coming up in today's going on the ground a 1st of the u.s.a.'s longest war germans that all the more coming up in today's going on the ground a 1st of the u.s.a.'s longest war and whether trump unlike his predecessors is the man to finally end it the possibly imminent next president and whether trump unlike his predecessors is the man to finally end it the possibly imminent next president of afghanistan dr bill or a brother joins me now from kabul thanks so much for coming on the device got a stun dr bill or a brother joins me now from kabul thanks so much for coming on the show dr abdullah i'm going to just begin by saying there are british and american the show dr abdullah i'm going to just begin by saying there are british and american soldiers in afghanistan is it time for them to go home take you 1st of all soldiers in afghanistan is it time for them to go home take you 1st of all. the troops the international troops including u.s. troops out of here for the reason in there were here they have been here for these
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in the in the troops the international troops including u.s. troops out of here for the reason in there were here they have been here for that reason in the past 18 years that's the presence of terrorist networks nears that's the presence of terrorist networks now diversion also the continuation of the war i think the now diversion also the continuation of the war i think the if it's. a thing peace should be expected for its. facility think peace should be expected it in that's what the afghans want in majority of part of pete it in that's what the afghans want in majority of part of people want in was there to species there would be no need for an international
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want in was there to species there would be no need for international true. in the country 2000 fewer soldiers this year from the united states more casual troops in the country 2000 fewer soldiers this year from the united states more casper defense secretary saying there will be fewer and now we have reports from the former pentagon spread offense secretary saying there will be fewer and now we have reports from the former pentagon boss mad dog mattis is former speechwriter bonder scott gross trump said seriously who boss mad dog mattis is former speechwriter come under scott gross trump said seriously who gives a about afghanistan what do you make of the i'm not here to give us about afghanistan what do you make of the i'm not here to judge the conversations which has taken place somewhere else but i judge the conversations which has taken place somewhere else but take and say that. it was in 2000 to
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can say that. it was in 2000 to run 911 but that 3000 american people who were killed in 19113000 american people were killed in a tragedy by al qaeda. and proved in a tragedy by al qaeda. unfortunately from afghanistan supported at that time by the taliban in italy from afghanistan supported at that time by the taliban in that's why the international troops out here in we are fighting a common enemy in that's why the international troops out here in we are fighting a common enemy to get it in had it not been for the threat to.

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