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was heavily filmed at that time there were no records or witnesses to help the investigation and his body was moved immediately from the scene of the crime. sergei became the first killed martyr of your own my done and in a heartbeat the police officers were appointed as his killers almost two years later the official investigation would still deliver no results now it is widely believed that negro yawns murder was staged by provoke a tourist to escalate the conflict. god speaks to people with the language of signs on january twenty sixth two thousand and fourteen hope francis prayed for ukraine addressing thousands of people at st peter's square in vatican city. speakers. after the prayer two white doves were released from the papal window and were immediately attacked by
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a crow and siegel those who understand the language could easily read the meaning of this ailment soon great forces the siegel and the crow would be tearing apart two slavic nations the white doves this omen gave hope to the ukrainian people saying that by god's will the doves would be saved but it also predicted severe hardship and many victims. of. the events which could enter into the history of the color revolutions as the most massive human sacrifice yet arrived right on schedule one month later. for weeks this european capital has been the scene of a violent uprising. today but yesterday yet could be testers are pushing up towards the government district arms here with molotov cocktails that we saw handguns and short films today. there are casualties. on both sides of it would say.
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which is just said that there are six dead people out there have not just aged day they said every hit by snipers. a batch or sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself and taken your last turn. up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath . but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was
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a cave still some marshawn to feel those that didn't like to question our archives and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not need a funeral the same as one enters my mind it's consumed with death this one difference i speak to you now because there are no other takers. claimed that mainstream media has met its maker. so i have all the issues and as i look back to says they all brush oppressive measures being deployed against afghanistan and people everywhere on the sets of colonialism the theft of all of the land and the many many can all do the state thing things then their leaders of the when of course the gun calls us a call uprising. to. try to force.
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elliston is getting international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of zoos i'm in bill fit to finish it to do it loving for you i can admit it this isn't my cup of tea just going out no phil saviano maybe a bit yeah you know chalk it up. the only palestinians who gets the most helpful is tourists from counterparts i don't think there's some of those who in the world under the bush could not only could give us. and the earth does all of us knowledge how to display any of the most of which they had i'm going to continue muslims you know do more amendments also don't piss off.
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they were much a little stir with the through the. store naturalist through. the years as it was. consider what order. shall appear with the bill but the will of come through him will see you. and here again we meet our old acquaintance from not old nero andriy pottery who was at the peak of his glorious self proclaimed commandant of my don. which basically means the leader of the radical opposition. so my done most of that is up to the usually this is when the bus will buckle under the. old functional by sea host nor do you feel of course addition your blessing to still consider both. the protesters were filmed leading
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a long line of riot police away it's not clear where they were taking them sixty seven officers are currently reported to be missing fourteen policemen and forty three one hundred four huge shifts and what social. security and the news three million. dollars are built up and. what's the what's it be at all if you want to learn. natural so what is wrong. because from inside the purchased camp the opposition leader vitali klitschko urged his supporters to stay put each of you here should stay strong in spirit he said because we're not going anywhere. we live with that video thirty minute video what it's up as it's he or she just the have what it is. khaki a force report at the. top of. and you put in the. water
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and i think yes i'm not here but a shell of what is in you can win a social. board. like in two thousand and four during the orange revolution international leaders felt it necessary to intervene and bring both sides to the negotiating table but he didn't ask them the. fabius. front valter steinmeyer. bratislava sikorsky. must be sure. it isn't. the would put a union desperation. move through. the ukrainian president to end the leaders of the anti-government protests there have agreed on a truce the truth was to give talks between president on the opposition's challenge
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just like in two thousand and four the opposition or at least its radical faction the right sector headed by dmitri yarrow she had no intention on fulfilling its part of the bargain. to double what they could but yeah but you made it but if they clash in public ground you. probably affect yes thought f o o but i expect book they have a couple strongly is the job double look at it but if we cannot play all of the shot we will stop at the core which at. the celtic will put up a cool. new. store. when you put this scenario. yes a lot of. suppling you know on the news because i'm. just here at the news. with my. you always will be there with the
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opposition leaders left saying they may a found a way to end the bloodshed but they want to take the conclusions from their meeting to the people. it was soon apparent that the people were not happy in a solution to this opinion which we don't believe would have stood on they would like. to be this is what you eat what do you resist administered. this is used. because it was a. deal of course so yeah. you got a lot of money. but i wish that we didn't know it when you know. you're going to prison. mushroom blew up killing its own horn. now you only queue. up us thought enough of the news of what the word president.
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rests. yeah but you'll still. put it in to put you know. we let you do. the. studies that's it sure if you want. to do this. at the same time we're saying it's last goodbyes to the victims of the massacre. it was also welcoming those who came to power at their cost ukraine's parliament has voted for the new speaker of the assembly to become interim president all that's under turchynov called on lawmakers to form an interim government by tuesday these latest developments are followed. dismissal of president victory on the call
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that's on saturday and they removed being a co bitch not following the constitutional procedures for impeachment but. let go of those who but only because it's all is so if the whole is sold. to those rich throughout the they put up the parliament of ukraine consists of four hundred fifty deputies the constitution of ukraine requires at least a three fourths majority to vote in other words three hundred thirty eight votes in favor of the impeachment but only three hundred twenty eight deputies voted yes. the u.s. state department i mean almost immediately said this was a legitimate government and that was part of this effort to get regime change instead of trying to find some way to revive the for going twenty first agreement where maybe you could bring back in a titular way that became not a possibility anymore then you had eastern ukraine resisting crimea wanting to break away and things rapidly escalating. voters
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will decide sunday whether they'll leave ukraine enjoying russia the campaign with the slogan together with russia has the backing of moscow the crimea situation the referendum is also happening during this period very quickly. indeed. karim. you. know. but it's done that was through it. that then you. see that the. crimean authorities sensing the mood of the populace fully supported victory on a covert his decision to postpone the two thousand and thirteen european union association deal and side deeper ties to russia. as the events in kiev took their course crimean authorities issued a declaration putting into words the fears. it's people based on the will of the
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crimea who elected us we declare that we will not give crimea to extremists and neo nazis seeking to seize power in ukraine at the cost of the blood of the country and its citizens after the regime change in kiev rumors began spreading in crimea that the new authorities would be merciless to those that oppose them. this led to the pro russian demonstrations rejecting the new government in kiev. on february twenty seventh the government buildings in the capital of crimea were seized by pro russian protesters. the current crimean government was dismissed and the new leader surrogate acciona of was assigned as the leader of the crimean autonomy republic when you lead the as the below. but i shall it's close is go to kosovo still with you has this should. on march sixteenth the crimean referendum morse held and the people voted to leave ukraine and enter the russian federation. the
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situation in crimea is being presented as a russian invasion and again nobody looks at the seriously and looks at the poll numbers and some of the poll numbers done by the u.s. government agencies themselves showing that the people of crimea prefer being part of russia in the u.s. news media is all been presented as the russians invaded they then station sham election with people with guns at their backs somehow they big the ballot boxes to get ninety six percent approval for rejoining russia idea of a referendum in crimea is just quite simply unconstitutional but it does raise questions on whether these folk really is free and fair especially given the heavy military presence in crimea right now errol so that's how it's been sold to american people the reality is very different atmosphere has sent me any electric thousands of people who have gathered in the capital crime and said to. some come
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up well one of us running away from a debate held last sunday in which the majority of people here overwhelmingly voted in support of being reunited with russia. democrats but each took up with democrats and. political slow in the in the when that was. at least now it's of one another. so even the media more disposable so it's. a solution to a little bit of something you socially do most but it's unfair though so it is a place in the ice that. was red to blue but any. thoughts today would. be putting simply too much going to. win is that if. you don't you go when you will be able.
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what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or somehow want to. have to go on to be for us to see what was before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in the house. and this should be more. you mean you don't. see the. two are to me not through only ten best. left alone. said. clement no seven to that. alex you speak french.
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the top. looking at value surveys russians are so different from the european neighbors when it comes to individual rights and freedoms however they do have a very low tolerance for uncertainty in politics that translates into a strong electoral advantage for the incumbent making power transition should read and precarious what would it take for russians to stop playing it safe politically . i. gave them
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a solution on this bus milking. this new super stallion for both of them which is this movement of the new forces a. little bit some of it is just almost a trial of. saddam for us to gather some are some serious thing. now that.
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it's over i want to do things that show me faced with really be very clear. the way your. management. and they are. then they have. to. ask him you need to feel the. sun yeah what do you how much. do you want. to make a living that would diminish you still want to talk more next time. five
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people are dead after a gunman went on a shooting spree at a church in russia southern republican of doug astounding the attacker was also killed. israeli prime minister slams iran and the nuclear deal calling for it to be scrapped speaking at a key security conference the pm even news props to make the message clear to iran's foreign minister. through the roof. you should be george. also a passenger plane has crashed in central around not far from its destination killing sixty six people on board.
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good evening you're watching the weekly on r.t. international five people have been killed and several injured in a shooting which started at a church in russia's southern region of dagestan. marge. are much. smaller you should turn to the school almost looks clear. is used to go drink she was doing. local authorities have confirmed that five people have been killed and several others have been injured after a gunman with a hunting rifle targeted crowds in the southern russian region of dagestan now it's believed the shooter targeted people as they attended a service that an orthodox church is the final day for orthodox christians before they celebrate the great fast is a day in which families would usually attend
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a church service now it's worth mentioning that dagestan is a predominantly muslim region here's an eyewitness account. while people were leaving the church a gunman approached armed with a rifle he started to shoot people started fleeing he started shooting people he ran outside to were shot within the churches grounds just outside of those injured to us there to be in a critical condition the shooter who has also been confirmed dead has been identified as a twenty two year old local man the investigative committee are working to establish whether he had any links to any underground terrorist groups. really prime minister binyamin netanyahu has lashed out to run comparing it to nazi germany criticize the iran nuclear deal saying quote it's unleashed a dangerous iranian tiger. woods aggression
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and shipped. and it will compress the entire world the nuclear agreement with iran has brought the countdown has begun the countdown to a new reading nuclear arsenal little more than a decade on the sanction relief that they do provided is not moderated iran does not make them more moderate internally and it's not made more moderate externally in fact it's unleashed a dangerous iranian territory in a region and beyond that on yahoo has never been a fan of the a new nuclear deal that was signed back in two thousand and fifteen and on multiple times over the years he has called iran a great danger well of course talking about a deal in which tehran signed off to limit its uranium enrichment in response for financial sweetness i think this is a bad. deal now what we hear today from the israeli prime minister is again
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urging the international community to slap more sanctions on tehran he has called the country the greatest threat to the world and he drew the parallel between the nine hundred thirty eight munich agreement that failed in its attempt to appease nazi germany and the two thousand and fifteen iranian agreement he has also said that this deal did nothing short of unleashing the rainy and tyga and to support his point he used visual props here's a piece of that iranian drone mr zarif. do you recognize this. you should be george. you can take back with you a message to the tyrants of. do not just israel's resolve the iranian foreign minister zarif responded to prime minister netanyahu is comments by saying that they were nothing short of a cartoonish circus that in fact an awful quiet response and that they were
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probably motivated by in the time they are whose problems back at home here he was referencing corruption charges that have been leveled against the israeli prime minister of course when the iran nuclear deal was signed back in two thousand and fifteen the obama administration was not supportive of netanyahu viewpoints but since then we have american president trump in office and he not only has supported netanyahu is views but he recently decided to fight the deal when the rainy and foreign minister was asked as to his response to this this is what he had to say i can assure you that would be iran's interest are not secured iran would respond really respond seriously we not be the first ones to worry that an agreement will reach all of those troy do you spite of netanyahu to attempt to achieve we achieved it in spite of him being implemented in spite of him and the world will
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maintain that the agreement in spite of his delusional attempt. this was quite a tense exchange between iran and israel coming as it did at a conference in munich aiming for world peace it raises the tensions here in the region up another notch columnist for the israeli hauritz newspaper gideon levy says israel's concerns over iran are understandable they should not be resolved by threats and force. and you know he's obsessed with iran for many years now and one should not underestimate his concern there is a reason to be concerned when he rallies taking over some parts of syria or is increasing its interest in syria but this discourse of. this discourse of showing parts of drawn is really to law and doesn't lead to anywhere one should understand and that's my my point of view that
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not every scene can be solved by threats and by bombarding and by force there are certain things that are. impossible to be solved by force and again and again it and yell believe that everything can be solved by force. a passenger plane has crashed in central iran according to the latest numbers fifty nine passengers including a child along with six crew members were killed grief stricken relatives are struggling to come to terms with the tragedy. the parents other to. endure it two hundred this so far say lands are no that's. another bad size a lot of those on the other. meters it did not sort of that is a how about on your gulf now the designs are saying is that the length of support.
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the plane crashed in a remote mountainous area close to its destination according to media reports wreckage is now being found in the area where it came down press t.v. journalist yousif jalali reports from tehran. due to adverse weather conditions due to our foggy weather the pilot lost his vision and he was trying to find a place where he can make an emergency landing and according to eyewitnesses in this city of sydney room he was trying to land and make an emergency landing on a pasture but unfortunately on this process the plane crashed. the plane was operated by asman airlines is the third largest carrier in iran it operates domestic and regional services local media reports claim that this particular aircraft it's of a technical problems in the past the a.t.r. seventy two turbo prop is
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a french italian short haul craft the model was first introduced at the end of the eighty's the last time as of an airline suffered a fatal incident was twenty four years ago back then the plane suffered a sudden loss of power sixty six people were killed in that disaster. wednesday saw one of the deadliest school shootings in u.s. history a former student of marjorie stoneman douglas high school in part of florida went on a gun rampage killing seventeen and injuring a dozen more. wife dead body there on the floor and blood all around the floor how many people like five on the third floor. ok look like students it was one teacher and four students . so they do pull the fire drill we want to side boom boom boom boom marriage gunshot i doze firecrackers but at their last child
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like oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh. oh oh i. could come in bring a gun to shoot at school you like start taking a family i love you never know a biggish are killed i can just go over there get mr over you feel because at that moment you're wondering what my kid easy ok's easy was. during the shooting many of the students were holed up inside classrooms posting distressing messages online we managed to speak to police.


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