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leaving and life goes on. the muti united is subject to an agreement of personal terms, a visa and medical, which were now they could complete while in lisbon. portugal captain will then focus on woke up qualifiers against ireland and as a by john before joining up with his new teammates, the united david stokes. out his era the gun used to kill us out loud. billy the kid has sold it auction for $6000000.00. it's the highest amount ever paid for a firearm. but the kid killed 8 men and was pursued for months until he was shot dead in new mexico in 18. 81. the 21 year old story, he's been told many times in the us pop culture, including several films. ah, this is al jazeera, these are the top stories. the u. s. is carried out. joan strikes against iceland of janice time following thursdays attacks outside couple airport was killed at
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least 175 people. it happened in the province of easton, none harm gabriel. alexander, as more from washington dc, was an unmanned air strike against what the us military is calling a, an eyesore k planner, planner being singular. so it appears that it was against one person. the us military is saying that they believe that the strike was successful and that the target of the strike was killed. also saying that the best of the knowledge of the u. s. military so far, no civilian casualties to report. the u. s. embassy in afghanistan has put out another alert for all american citizens to leave cobble airport immediately. that our warnings, another attack is likely and the next few days could be the most dangerous. the refugee agency says up to half a 1000000 people could leave afghanistan by the end of the year. its appeal to all neighboring countries to keep borders open. opposition protestors have scuffled
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with police in peru after the government of president pedo. kasteel won a vote of confidence in congress opposition is promising to challenge the members of kristi is left with confidence, one by one. the man convicted of the assassination of us senator robert f. kennedy has been granted parole after seeking his freedom, 16 times. 77 year old hanser han has served 53 years for shooting kennedy in los angeles in 1900. 68 us intelligence agencies said corona virus was not developed as a bio weapon, but in the declassified report they couldn't agree and that it was 1st transmitted from an animal or leaks from a lab. and will hon. president, jo biden's, famed china for obstructing investigations. these villains reporting 82 new cases of corona virus with no sign yet the outbreak is slowing. but now 429 cases when they want is regarded as critical. coming up next to my julia,
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good by that light and they said from history kept alive only in the family tales of those to by had to believe people who didn't seem to d dawning story as a polish women and children who endured the siberian refuge in africa never to return again. an epic or to see every 1000000000 memory is our homeland analogies era about my field with beautiful things as well as
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something that may be perceived as it is a land with potential. my name is viola. this is my jerry monning. okay. was the one that one was doing so push it back. i let it lean back. i think it's stuck. i think you need to put a line like the line. yes. yes, exactly. ready but they get me so well. so already she knows exactly. yes. oh,
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this is penny fingers. she's the creative designer for the columbia label under the house of the federal. and she also happens to be my daughter. my 1st welcome about 18. i'm eager to hear about what transpired london was good. several ruth. the fact that we have an opportunity to establish a platform or what is pretty much the premier, the spoke platform for managed, where in the u. k. u here have a really think yourself top draw. it's not just getting
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a nigerian brand on sub row. it's getting the 1st female brand on time to be they are prepared to actually have do allow from dealers to roll on the window. so that's, that's a nice one. take the extra things for the class to several rows prepared to look at both. i can see that none is arranged when he should be able to buy off the rack with jealousy. but the book she does with pete is very, very glamorous and the few other things i own. i am so proud when i wear them with what jolla has done over the years. in terms of design,
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klan came in breaking down that design and making those designs available in a much more diffused form. this means that we can have the advantage of commercializing whilst and the same time reaping the one of our dis for clothing. we want to make more scars, so that people can tie this, say african african tend to interrupt. and it's also a way of just injecting but of color into your outfit. it's exciting the working with focus. you always have all these crazy idea then the come through in the cruise, but what i tried to do this, so the rain her in so that we can rain is set in target market because that's
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really all this is about we haven't, we actually sat down to, to think about it like wow, what does she think about me as how walking park avenue. yeah. but the thing is that we complement each other so well. she and her fist as have brief new life into the business because there is going to be longevity the job have to come in and revise fields and turn things around that. oh. ringback okay, so dawn, she is a beautiful don't you think it is a little bit high? i find there's a symbiotic relationship between both clan and dale that i think that it's very healthy tenny is disciplined by her mother's knowledge. and della is, i believe,
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freed and inspired by teddy's contemporary. we met several years ago when she had a legal matter last year was the 1st of intervention, my life in another life she wanted to be a model, can see that ah, so you see the flow then when you walk it was wow. walk out. this was the area in which the colonial must be niger. this is where old money
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resides. what now the new rich have taken over. you can see that in the new building and keep writing the best case. my housekeeper, the this is my home i we tend to be very bad with morning work drugs on, on to so leads and when bed and then i usually have to go and we have to we have meetings and then she jumped,
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jumped up and then she tries to get to the office ahead of me the oh, i think i already have a quote. okay. must be a huge client because they can use monday with we've gone. we always say no in somebody i oh i oh,
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i'm surprised that what i've ended up doing because it was not in my plan. it wasn't on the card for me at all. let me go and my money came quickly. i'm john driebe. okay. i studied business administration and got a degree from the university of miami, florida. however, i was very much drawn towards the art ah, the path that my parents have was to give their children the very best of education so that the children would come back to and rich the business. and therefore, through that and rich nation, most parents who felt that children abroad to
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grow and study, that's really what is at the back of their lives. most of those parents have businesses in the private sector. the children obviously have to come and take over the businesses that they can lifelong into the future the the land to the work like mind. so i was able to fall within 4 weeks quickly calculated my commission.
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and to, to my surprise, what i was due to was more than my, why yes, i learned i left business on defense focus once they've gotten the money to the road. it isn't a bad business. my father, this is what you are trained for to come into the family business. so i looked at, you know, and i thought i'd also want to, to the my father said to me, can you compare how much you would be making if you sold one car
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compared to spending one dress. if that's what you want to do, you have to send for yourself. i'm not going to get involved with your piano thing. we sort of had to part ways where i had to go and find my own purpose. it's part of our culture to, to look our very, very best for, for a special occasion. and we have many occasions here. there's always a wedding, always a birthday party celebration of some sort. and for that, people will spend money to look very good for that on one occasion. so that's the way it's always been even with the hand woven fabrics that are
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my favorite. and they actually called, i shall key, which literally translates to top draw clothing because they'll hand me me down the rooms and there fabrics of great antiquity. so even in those days they were special. you can imagine what it's going to look like when everything is cut to fit you know? yeah, this is how this is how we do it baby. so especially when i'm alone. i what i call the tuning break. yeah. i
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i go out into the, the, into the villages to source for fabrics that authentic african fabric. the hungry fabric stayed back to the 11th century. feel woven on those same lumens that were using the net in century. we caught it out and made it look like leave. as i was growing up, i kid, i saw that i tried to shallow clothing. our style were always made out of these. and for the longest time, i thought that lisa was authentic african fabric to my great shock. i discovered that these were actually sweet for those. and i thought we must be able to produce our own nice things. we love the fabric so much and we were then traditionally i am going to try to make
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a nice that is african from the beginning to the end. i was going to show you the notion this place is no 4 to tie techniques added to the batik techniques that these back sent you is. ah, the good news. so this is the person who does all my title. everything you see on the cut will they do it here? you know, this is ethnic fashion. this is what the world is looking for. the world is looking for a different people want to be able to feel as if that part of
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a story. i think what he's doing is that he's applying the resist candle wax on the bottom. yes. bring that up on the news . ah, i've seen that. i've been, we tossed africa or though most people believe it comes from the west was what i'm of the contract opinion. because i have been into it for a very long time and my hearing it won't be for the i've all the western people into africa the whole day we are no use in was where you've been, ross. yes, we'll try the area that will those no one to call to penetrate into ok
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. design layer for new flow. okay. she looked definitely look okay. yeah. so doing with the dial in with david, marty, we got the what about what we're good day and if you look when she's the see the back and we're going to go with me a little who knew when she would do problem? no problem. i can't do it, don't matter. you have to i would with the daily, we're going to do my little bit. my storekeeper, i gave him the wrong fabric. this fabric, this is the, this is the original one phase, a little change, then it's going to, it's going to render things differently. got the loop in the loop ended up as it
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was. can you not to me cause which means flowing water or elected gating down was very nice low for me. but as you see you and i think to have a problem with the sleep using that problem as a function of our age. when you speak for yourself, all right, okay. ah . so, so we are putting the story in order, which means looking at stock pricing, everything and making sure that everything ready for our clients be sent in by that time security campaign glasses.
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just so much the good until i when i was younger, i just didn't realize that, but it was definitely exciting to help out backstage helped us model help pick him up for shoes is are the kinds of things that i was interested in and times occasionally maybe i might go out and take a ball with any of the children was going to be interested in doing a penny grad research with the law degree from the exit. but i had all along noticed how much time and for colors for putting things together. one summer i came back to labor and i'd seen a top i like in shop and i thought, you know, why couldn't i do something similar to this in, you know,
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and car was making this into production. my mom didn't know about this. my sister loved it, so she said to me more, let's actually make a correction. and we give it a name credit plan. it was a summer venture and it became something bigger. in the next 10 years, you projected to be in the next 10 years. i expect to be a global brand. what is it a day time dress. so it's a picnic, the beach or to a garden party. that me the good news
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. ah, hoping in this kind of stressful environment is, is quite a feat going through the traffic to work. the power gets caught transportation problems, you know, your stuff have to come from quite far in trust. the biggest way you get stress because they don't get to, to work, you know, you know, and once that happens, it's like band as many hours as you would like. it makes me feel that much more
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fulfilled when i achieve all that i achieve. go to, you know, that it seems like i have actually last week you know, because i passed everything on. i have to come into a belinda to come on on round also now arm gord before they run country for the police cut the i me down to deal when i thought had to be record night for the clothing. i think i just
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wasn't bad, wasn't being presented at all on the world stage in terms of fashion. and was i i had all the on pretty much back again to me. but i didn't i been a niger and patient for me because i just, well, you haven't seen and no more like me. i slowly was showing natal. i love me when i want africa, design competition and things and african went to new york fashioned week and showed like that for the 1st time in history. my father came
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and he actually gave interviews and they asked him, so how do you feel having such a talented doctor? and he said, honestly, i never encouraged her. i said she was wasting his tongue. i didn't know this was, have caught me on the, on your law on being in my yeah,
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i ah, i live on the beach or the huge ball is one of the ways that you're right. i do not know any legion that is followed in your life football. my nigeria is my nadia is development manager. that is excellent. big is my niger my my dear and i'll do there. ah,
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and to bizarre daisha attempt at regime change in the bowl of arion republic of venezuela. people empowered the bay of pigs on al jazeera. ah, me robinson until the top stories on our 0, the us says it's carried out airstrikes against iceland, eastern afghanistan. it's jackson. now your how province follow a warning for president joe biden, that his forces would hunt down those behind. so as the suicide bombing outside campbell airport, at least $175.00 people were killed, including 13 us troops gather all is under, has more from washington dc. the us central command saying that
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a drone attack strike if you will hit a i saw.


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