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can get out the can get like that what if he knew knew you you know. thus in the machinery international freight deal when you aren't supposed to know about but thanks to wiki link the is finally getting its first glance that the ttp talks really could have put off for negotiation in jeopardy. an exquisite with which he makes a spokesperson for steve rothman said next. can the historic deal or a monumental mistake. a week and major world powers and iran hammered out a deal on the so called rogue nations nuclear program. he tells of
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the talks and the international backlash coming up. can import benning georgia protesters take on western atmosphere institute for security cooperation. you might know what i do love him your facts. if you have provided military training to thousands of soldiers all of the blackjack over the past sixty years and in depth look later in the shout. monday another twenty to find him in washington dc. i met him up and your watch. we are all starting off with our four years negotiations for the trans pacific partnership have played out behind a closed door and get the nations involved ground that it can be biggest trade agreement apart danny allen has everything from medicine to go to intellectual property. the nations involved in a teepee peacocks could it be getting close to a deal. critics warned of
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this agreement could actually hurt the. acting on behalf of major corporations instead of the good. last week thanks to the latest on to drop by this secret spelling organization with the leeks people around the world got up first glance the part of negotiations that are dealing with intellectual property. now that this information came from wiki links instead of from the obama administration which by the weight of transparency has infuriated some people. but remarkably be activated and legally define what the hell's going on. so what did we learn from the ninety five and the pj's and to live with the least of its hands on this draft of the ttp toxic earlier joined by christian rock in st with leeks spokesperson and i was one of the key links was so interested in the ppp. will
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the real forces. although users were being seated on the men's team captain from the general and was unaffected by these documents and that should be a blast with these draft of the uk in the season and the stronger the call until the meat is very important yet to be a bit rough to unquestioning intellectual property rights ashanti expect more weeks like saf out the cpp negotiations in the future who knows you love looking into the waters to school and the biggest example is the we have been interesting information the great importance to the general let's see what will be useful i don't organization acquire these documents i can ask
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one of those hezbollah movement than a weekend. he didn't like to be out of the dedicated in protecting or she wishes we could keep wiggling its name and productive. and no discussion of chips. i'm just that. so what's the starling think a lot of our athletes the tdp document. woohoo that it means that the great machine the book is being held is talking of course was in that is in great contrast in secrecy. that was on the agenda of the eight hundred million people will be affected by this cheesy cheers to you and you knew us. it was best. to the fast track route is to the conclusion of the electorate. being able to scrutinize every angle and make the amendments. many elements used in its own the share of ups and the bees
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back to the hospital industry will then make it much harder and for him the floor people who continuously area to get access to affordable interesting. the teams of up to the effect on me yet the internet. the star of its stifling and installing end was near. who is shooting for ctv a corporate interests and. it is not surprising most of the person at the end so representative of the changes to the priority access to the negotiating table. access was denied its general . the biggest problem i've got these negotiations is that they are transparent that they cover too much what should people be most concerned about here the use
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of force in this event is that she is a huge ring does it very important read it in korean. oh who will treat us to note that these visa to the online journal before presenting the cheque the entire world. then it is independent and smart people so the negotiations it has been listed in the game by one illustration business via the room. use any means is that it will change the treaty. he was a new communion services business that was the one on world trade. in total secrecy. an annulment. it's a cheap deal
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it is the fact is that enforcement mechanisms. of interest in this post the setting of. the humans need. she proceeded to iraq war stands before us and things that were in full glorious bloom of conceiving and judging on the systems in use tools with him the isc the judiciary. so it is anybody needs. i mean it ms does he know. we should be in the theater the twenty third of the assault is treating stitching this chapter has intellectual property the chapter that have been protesting since the us must deliver. this all up. eunice was. it's been shooting for dinner. i don't read it there's more. the russell
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will soon be treated me to say so because when you thought i was still a student chapter seventy mph the trade these are the protective measures. it's all about the interest will last the region's very concerning and tame now there are reports that the leak of this chapter could delay the passage of the ttp from eighteen the u s trade representatives deadline was the intention with this link is to slow down those ttp talks. looters to basics. he too has been stalled in its moves on to the general those past homeschoolers more than stage. that mia in the un not to see is the message was punching the general . and i believe
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that it's unnatural. when is comes to mind when people stop going to just walk to this end. when the organization but at the beginning. it means to really see how awesome that be. without borders. our nation was to have a hat made of stones or method that the speech was a bomb. of course these days. they seem the kids i'm sure i'll be willing to take a second look and think carefully before the alarm administrations to sign this treaty us was the key that to ms and secrecy that should have about thirty seconds left but how involved was chilly and assigned him to sleep or has it been sidelined after assaulting holed up in an ecuadorian embassy in london the tudors is listed in the midst of his post in
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uganda that the world. then i can say without going into it teaches them to the beazley to root for quite a bit of extra room the air. you live in a smaller workforce and protecting know she is einstein's. and when the two due to costs and these were planning to open stage. yes it's. we won't use it more difficult to get into sushi is this. i know looking back at the appellant's notice links firefox about that what your organization of fun for him to come to you. the two students in its own decision but it's good. but importantly keep in mind that what we can start in two thousand trends in the midst of the good news being but over the window. for many
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there's a jumble. she poured and the us must assess we are in a tutu. in its class. and what they like spokes person thank you so much for joining me today. things with me well if he ever stepped foot in the us again he'd undoubtedly be a rest at the sign something and what's not in space from popping up in dc. the partnership for civil justice fund announced last week that it bought ads based on a bus driving around the nation's capital. the end of the picture that were snowed in on the side and a message that reads we the people oppose the surveillance state and say it thank you at ports noted. this afternoon the bus hit the road and is central to loop throughout downtown dc. the next few weeks. it is funded almost entirely on donations. was hoping to buy ad space on more passes in january when congress is back in session to raise awareness about the nsa surveillance
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state in the us government's treatment of the man who released all of this information. meanwhile we are now learning that the director of the national security agency keith alexander offer to resign as a result of those in and save me. according to a senior us official who spoke to the wall street journal what's the obama administration declined in the moment. a month ago the white house acknowledged that alexander will leave his post in march. and then a search for a replacement is currently under way. the us economy is still dealing with a considerable amount of pushback nationally and internationally in the wake of these weeks weeks which began in june and continue to stay. well a historic nuclear deal could change the trajectory of relations between the us and or wine the agreement was reached late saturday night planet despite predictions that nothing would come out of talks in geneva between iran and the p five plus one countries. an agreement was
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finally breached the deal will last six months as the country's discuss a permanent agreement that will allow iran to pursue a peaceful nuclear program without developing weapons take a look at what the short term deal in kl iran has agreed to dive into all stockpiles of twenty percent enriched uranium that was the number is concerning because it is easier to make a nuclear bomb. once that twenty percent threshold is reached. armaan was also called on mr rainey on the above five percent and suspend construction of new centrifuge is an interesting with all of the group as a stopping work on the heavy water reactor being developed at our rock which is believed to have that the ability to produce a nuclear bomb fuel perhaps most importantly iran will provide increased access to inspectors from the un is ek the likes of which we've never seen before now you turn the us has agreed to provide six to seven billion dollars in sanctions were weak sanctions
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that have severely impacted the iranian economy. of that over four billion dollars in iranian oil sales revenue will be released from frozen accounts and also put a hold on on nuclear related sanctions over the next six months. i received a lot of praise but also a lot of criticism particularly from israel. in any of the historic deal a historic mistake. both democrat and republican members of congress have promised a new round of sanctions and you know why. it seems that only boy kyle takes a look at the international reactions of the deal it's a deal that needed to spread to eat the crucial make or break every kid talks continued into the murray. he has apparently hadn't really seen it and ask them how to do that. great stats. leek said
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drake said. while diplomats from six my talents and going on in this family and set things straight right thing then off to sixty now is two weeks. he's talked to the max deal had been done. it's the perfect negotiating powers agreed to recognize tehran's right to peaceful nuclear energy including its right to enrichment the conditions of this program is placed under strict control by the riaa it should the cars we received was that he needed to collect details to. iran had agreed to cease its uranium enrichment and twenty three months and i'm afraid to send to use us centrifuges while halting construction of a new reactor near the town of them. it does not last long list of concessions in loans are in essence still have a smile on his face in it and he won for his country the easing of sanctions. nine ten months to regain control of billions of dollars class of much needed funds and foreign banks. we believe
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that it is the sanctions that have brought us to this negotiation and ultimately the more significant negotiation to follow for comprehensive agreement on the success that it was a threat to small to the masses. one day all about the knights in the case of peace talks. the fact that that the iranians have shown time after time that there's no evidence that he was in the program is peaceful. it's something that has been ignored by the west and the west. but this is despite all that. he runs resilience has forced these countries to step up. enrichment and again the russians and chinese have played a very constructive role. i don't think that sanctions place. much of her role as the recognition by the united states and britain and other countries that we need to engage iran because iran is becoming increasingly
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influential. and since then and remains in six months time. wells palin's anti bond assets to its hands in the states and spain. this deal signed yet. in the middle of the nineties stains and twenty one and the city. the protesters descended on fort benning georgia to speak out against the western hemisphere institute for security cooperation and formally known as the school of the america it's the annual protest or about seventeen hundred people to the gates outside of fort benning. only previous years not a single protester was undressed and one doubts the twenty third annual gathering knesset remained the same two and congressional funding of a military education facility notorious for human rights abuse throughout latin america. this air of breaking the second bottle of apple i was in georgia this weekend and he joined me earlier in
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the studio i first asked him for a little bit of background on this institution. when seconds its new no formerly known as scaly america's i was actually funny tonight founded in nineteen forty six in panama. where was then close down a move to fort benning georgia just two years later was the first call that the school the assassins by people in panama it's a notorious school for of the moon over the last six years it's been done. the training of soldiers from across latin america upwards of sixty thousand soldiers actually gone to that. to that school and graduated synonymous with notorious human rights violators in the western hemisphere come out of the school and over the last of the talented twenty three years there's been protests within as by the school the americas watch. i can for banning torture and that's what this protest was inside just like in years before join thousands of people tied to the scene and against the people see is one of the biggest sources of political instability him in the western hemisphere. and then an eagle and explain
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what this weekend's protests were like what was new housing and care for those previous years. sure on like you mentioned earlier you know you do is upwards of a thousand people there are no different than years prior this is an event that that does draw in a lot of people every year this year was that the media ban. from friday to sunday there were workshops that were demonstrations over musical performances on that in fact it and i even got a chance to speak to a broad stars has the upper former head of artists with the with the hip hop comparable ps to go to play a quick side note read somebody's . on the air because i'm from ca and forty years ago. september of nineteen seventy three dollars a minute a dictatorship was funded by the c i a funded by the us and part of the dictatorship was all you know having people tortured and disappeared. an incarcerated as political prisoners and the fo said the dead torture were trained here at the school of the americas will he called the school the assassins saw me enter the know say that after forty
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years and you know of of dictatorship than forty years of resistance we are here survivors of of of that of its name. no dictatorship then we headed to know. he's led to her daughter would continue fighting in their ears to hear. no one represents millions of people that how bad of the very similar message people in chile argentina peru honduras olivia all across latin america to have some sort of connection with the school of the americas and and i was certainly the case at this protest over people from across the political spectrum people from all walks of life of well over a thousand people at the event and in so many hats of to personal story to tell and so many of them were such heartbreaking stories so on but really was a very moving experience though it was and is actually kind of encouraging to see so many people so many people of different backgrounds coming together contrast in to what goes on on the other side of those gates which is of the training of soldiers cycle back to their home countries to commit these horrible atrocities in many
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as i mentioned a letter earlier this has been going on far for over sixty years this institute house and i've formed and re named and renamed again in the humble what keeps these people coming back these protesters if the name keeps changing practices are essential if we are saying the same remedy we mention that this has been open for that the prop protests of the toilet for twenty three years yet nothing's changed the good the name of the school is his policies have it. it's about visibility make and it's about the people coming out and saying look we are still unhappy about this and it's an effective strategy i mean it's a grassroots effort has been going on for twenty three years and it's it's really gaining visibility and that visibility will eventually control the hopes are that will turn the change on them we know what that there's a lot of pressure mounting from people out with in congress now because this is this again be at the attention of lawmakers so what's in the hope of this is that people will eventually wake up to the ap that this is not good policy and the problem that the pc is that the mainstream media the media doesn't really pay
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attention this was really unfortunate for me walking around the protests this weekend not seen any of the camera crew rather than independent media that we need is in them the corporate media on all channels not just for now it looks like our tea there to cover this because people needed to know what's going on so people can wake up and really demanded change. i was breaking the separatists and manuel drop allow don't have more contests coming up on break and set at six p m right here on our team the old adage those who can't do teach one might be time to rework and brains many of america's most prestigious universities are turning to a cat named professionals to run their classrooms. the celebrities certain are certainly aren't taking the job for twenty. so does the increasing cost intuition at the schools have anything to do with the bloated salaries of the celebrity professor r t is hairy and boring explore more and more colleges and universities are hiring high profile celebrities to teach
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their students and again with a bigger paychecks then there can't be missed here is a lot of private universities and colleges. we don't know much to getting paid but the ones that we do know how much they're getting paid at universities. it's pretty outrageous and not a case that has kept the intent of qantas reform found high profile perth after the all around the country who are getting paid twice as much as the average professor and in many cases only teaching one or two classes. she thinks this may be driving higher tuition cost one past him obviously because it was thanks to because the school doesn't have enough money and it would have more money if they brought in the normal professor. for example eliot spitzer is the year after former governor of new york resign today to a prostitution scandal city university of new york hired him to teach political science works. in two thousand ninety only taught one class for forty five hundred dollars while the average ad and professor with pe three thousand dollars per class. intuition
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that kenny and killing of three hundred dollars for your. another example as in two thousand allowed the former us secretary of labor and political commentator robert writes with a two hundred thirty six thousand dollars to teach two classes at the university of california at berkeley the average for faster only mean a hundred forty nine thousand dollars in tuition with ninety eight percent during the same school year and he was professor of his salary their can perform filed freedom of information request on several other universities. we may never know what the private schools are paying these and many more facets. this isn't something that that colleges and university should have to hide if they feel that they need to hide this information then there probably is this a problem. john curtis and the director of research and policy at the american association of university professors. despite the high salaries the cut would be perfect as he is and then up the main driver of tuition increase its faculty salaries
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are not driving up to it and prices. in fact that the faculty salaries are probably the coming of declining portion of the total expenditure colleges and universities instead of increasing cost of living on hillary programs to make the schools that more appealing to prospective students in college reading this. anti gay abrams from student debt crisis of college is becoming the last party on the way to property these country clubs have atmospheres that schools are turning into our exciting to that incoming seventeen year old college freshman and is in the schools hiring entertainers to teach their awesome building pools in the dorm rooms and other amenities. but with more than one point two two million dollars in outstanding student loan debt with credit card and ireland dance parties in high tech jams and restaurants worth it. this is a lot of students don't know what they're getting into when they take cab down to it and the fiancee schools entirely to file an answer letters in this country. i really explain no way. i'll
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let our loan is wet and grey it is but grants are on we can expect a seventeen year olds know about. we just can't settle on the ball hangs over the heads of soul many americans think the nz amenities might increase the profile the school in the end as it seems that have to pay for it the moment they walk run campaigns and in many cases even years after the house. a georgetown university in washington dc and carrion boring rte the dancing phenomenon that miley cyrus could on the map or did she. parking was all anyone canalk about after the mtv made video music awards but the ninety s when cyrus is famous and mean that they missed is that of step with reality are due course on engineer david explains it was the shape that shook the world. miley cyrus performed at red's garnered twenty four hour news coverage. it was the raunchy
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performance that still has people shaking their heads on other body parts at twenty year old miley cyrus. working with student working tongue lashing scantily clad elephant. it was a provocative it was shocking it was so shock it encroached on the dvd shortly after the performance to maryland high school decided to clean air rules just a little bit more. taking students and their parents sign a contract in order to attend this year's homecoming dance. and britney named as the full breakdown of the aisle lined pants pants that list now including working. but god knows you're a spokesperson for the county school district says the contract wasn't a reaction to miley cyrus but rather to the evolution of the latest dance that's really what's happened is that it's no secret that the nature of dancing has become more provocative. in recent years five years and has just got the same as it was two decades ago but it's not any schools were defining torquay as provocative. it's also the oxford english dictionary
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which just recently made the word one of its newest additions oxford now defines it as against a popular music and it's actually provocative manner involving frosting hip movements and alone spotting stance. but whether someone working it's actually provided that it may be up for interpretation. after all many people to eat working goes back centuries but often being compared to the traditional dances in west africa. in fact a writer christiane and barclays says working isn't anything meal that the mainstream media is just catching up to something that's existed and black global calls for three years not just about the two about celebration about it when it's about being excited to do it instead. anything travels from africa and across the board said sunday his losses on its pandemic was last in line with
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the attributes to be understanding about what it means to different people snakes can simply sexual or to write the rough trade and dance instructor jim jones agrees. i can see where people die and it will take it in a negative light but that does that fact will play i think it's time. new jones is the creator of the dixon workout referred to as the corpse will be nice coats. he says what he means much more than just the second cd on the dozens of women attend her class. it also means that next year working on your body or can i get into working out here to go after her full height that i gave annual notice what you're doing you're having so much fun. no matter how the fiance's perceived jones says on this what it's all about. my name is on the fourteenth won't be defined by the dictionary but rather by the workers themselves in washington and irritated. our team. i met other for now from one star in a cupboard in the youtube
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dot com five starts in their power. check out our website our t dot com five usa the council on and better at night and underscore lopez one thing. new new new new nhk world news line and russia plot on with the news from tokyo. the secretary general of the united nations has announced that representatives of syria's government and opposition will take part in an international conference in january. it'll be the first time the warring parties said the negotiating table diplomats have been trying to organize peace talks for months. on the moon said on


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