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this year's presidential election was being monitored by of record number of foreign observers that were one thousand five hundred in fact now they include perfect representatives from france poland and the u.k. and with that overall assessment being mainly positive we always see mission in fact russia said there were no alexa law violations that we did say the folks somewhat like transparency we spoke to some of the observers. to say that they didn't see anybody lation maybe i was too short a time there but i don't i don't think that in and about asians. we wanted to see how it works we were we are particularly interested very much in the transmission line which is i sit here and although
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a very high level really. important thing to do is to have a sister and i wish that also in truman the you would have the opportunity sure lect or president by direct elections or coop consists of eight different members of. parliament i want to congratulate mr putin and hope that we can improve cerm of russian relations have to disallow actions it would be really important for us because also the chairman's suffer because of sanctions. all the pressure was positive there was a. systematic. thing like this. we were. reporting station what i can say from my observations this was positive and that's what the general mood among the other election observers here in moscow so of course. yes such
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a waterfall in all of. the average. six months of a football season this was also the first presidential election we must remember for the only woman in the race said jack who start us off as the candidate against all the others i vote for as a vote against everyone else but it didn't capture the public's imagination to see the reality show star turned politician kind fulsomely and the only one point seven percent of the vote but would she get to say it was not terribly good some check shared her reaction to the result without easily put trying to. thirty six year old liberal opposition candidate who devoted most of her time during the campaign to wiping out corruption in this country and also helping those she called political prisoners in russia she will be given credit for spending a decent amount of time at the headquarters speaking to journalists her supporters
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to time she showed up there and the first time was only just a few minutes after the last polling station closed in russia and then you could see it on her face she wasn't happy with the result there was nothing really to celebrate regard lists of that though she kept portraying herself as the new prominent opposition candidate and that explains perhaps the heat in the debate she had with alexei no vali who's one of the fiercest critics of lot of more potent. the meanies program the means. school. in new. york. on the moon. let's go back to that result that is just under one point seven
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percent perhaps if you ask any politician or around the world who is running for president whether he or she would be satisfied with these kind of numbers perhaps the answer you would hear would be no but in her case when i had an exclusive interview that was later than one am moscow time yet she stayed there that laid any a sob chag told me that she could still find positive things in that result of course is not the result i would dream of but my campaign was not a result my campaign was about talking truth on the propagandistic channels of federal t.v. in russia education is the most important value of my program educational for russian people telling them truth about the situation believing trying to make them interest on the collection between their level of life and corruption that is there
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in the contrie after the debates with me are you confident and that kind of future for a so-called united opposition bloc i'm very disappointed by the discussion because i came there to discuss all future six years with putin and how we will fight with him but in stand we were discussing having my instant problem which is ridiculous to my way what is your maybe adjective or a few adjectives that you can use or some other words to describe this it's a success of freedom of speech and this is our most important success during this campaign to vote itself i mean we should be realistic about this huge amount of support of putting this result well maybe it would be not seventy five percent but sixty eight whatever the steel we should have made that the majority people now really want this president but. didn't quite go. because
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more headlines as well came out to some watching the election and i may or may not be one of those people the biggest intrigue was not about who would wig but rather that about how many firsts the communist party candidate have a good deed would secure the show best because in a pre-election interview he pledged to shave off his mustache his iconic mustache if he got less than fifteen percent but he regrets that. means interviewer isn't going to let the matter drop it seems a very possibly him till his instagram account where we go nice. and with a routine only getting twelve percent of course many of the expected him to keep his word that we've taken the liberty of showing you what he might look like if he does less or graphics a problem using its own homes when you show you clearly well where we go to. support of the major event with this with star still firmly in place we can reveal tonight though he did to be willing to lose if woman rule condition was met by his interview you thought. it was before my cameras got.
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some camera that he believes this mix was absolutely flat i'll shave it rocks off in front of it. breaking news that mustache remain there now voter turnout is currently stands at almost sixty eight percent special little more than the election in two thousand and twelve i should expect people from all over oh different kinds of people turned out to cost that vote and have best say. ah. what a story. to put such a. you know if they said ok
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to my chagrin it should take. a little me. so this country russia the biggest country on earth how do you say in the twenty eighty presidential vote we're going to leave you with a look at red square for now resplendent tonight let's spin that camera and take a look at the beautifully lit ramparts of the kremlin we're going to be friendly and go the same puzzles cathedral as we ponder the result take it in and bring in more coverage here and i'll see internationally. thank you and i would say thanks for watching.
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but i was selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings peace to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle. to stop spreading tell you that might be gossip the tabloids lifestyles. off the bad guys and tell me you are not pulling out by proxy. these are the hawks that we along with all will watch. american mess one is the melting pot and the second is the alger myth. of anyone can succeed america who works hard so this is a whole group of people all generation in america is saying that there is no melting pot we're not being assimilated there's no opportunities we can't lose so
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their response essentially is to go into conflict and this is a major. welcome back russia has expelled twenty three british diplomats in a tit for tat move follows the recent poisoning of former russian spy said case and his daughter in the english city of souls we. don't know if joined neil harvey in the studio idea with the details. it's beginning to feel like a verbal tug of war so to speak so what happened today was the you issued a joint in the very careful statement on the whole case of the poisoning of the script poisoning they did not pin the blame on russia but the expressed grave
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alertness grave worry about the whole thing they've said that the are treating the incident very very seriously and they've said that the use i quote of chemical weapons by anyone under any circumstances is completely unacceptable and they've demanded some more information from russia effectively because everybody's a lot of countries are pinning the blame on russia for it and the russian foreign ministry had no other option but to reiterate the statement that they've made a number of times already they've said the use fuelling the whole media hysteria that's what they've called it around the poisoning and they've said that russia has nothing more to demonstrate other than from what it already has demonstrated they've said that they have nothing to do with the poisoning that the nerve agent used in the apparent assassination attempt is not being produced in russia neither is stored the whole chemical stockpile of russian u.s.s.r.
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has been destroyed but this is not the you know the repeated statements by the russian foreign ministry have not stopped the barrage of demands that russia explains itself coming from the western countries i mean the french president manuel mccaughan even included one into his congratulatory message to vladimir putin nato also weighed in on this have a listen we continue to call on russia to provide the complete disclosure of the program britain is to talk to leaders who works with our obligations under the treaty on chemical weapons and i would contrast that with how the russians are. i think what a lot of people find very first thing about this story is that the burden of proof kind of been thrown over to the russian side the message from the u.k. and its allies has been prove you didn't do it. but what you haven't seen is much evidence if any well it doesn't sound like there's a it's
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a matter of evidence so to speak because the u.k. was the first on this bandwagon of russia bashing and they've been saying that it is highly likely that it is overwhelmingly likely that more school is behind this they are saying that moscow is the only this is the only side that could benefit from poisoning this person they've been saying that there's no other possible explanation boris johnson the foreign minister has said that he feels he senses certain russian ness around the whole incident what sort of argument is that what is the russian is really and so the foreign ministry tonight have really just stressed the point yesterday was again reiterated by lattimer putin in his election speech have a listen. i think anyone with common sense understands that it is nonsense for russia to do such things before the presidential elections and the football world
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cup and so russia has been expressing its eagerness to cooperate with the investigation they have repeated a number of times they've officially asked the filed an official request for samples of the nerve agent used to poison scruple to be provided to russia for analysis to find out what it's where it's coming from where it could be coming from who may have produced this sample none of the official requests of russia have been fulfilled instead there's been a barrage of accusations and of demands of russia explains itself. well u.k.'s government admits it could take months to investigate the case this hasn't stopped london from openly accusing moscow of being behind the attack on monday prime minister two reason many said russia had the motive and the intention to poison the case cripple an associate reports we've heard from the metropolitan police describe the ongoing investigation as quote extremely challenging and complex has
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not been stopping u.k. officials including u.k. foreign secretary boris johnson and i think people can see this is a classic russian strategy of trying to conceal the needle of truth in a haystack hold more you sound of the station poisoning of surrogates creep is not an isolated case but the latest in a pattern of reckless behavior by the russian state while russia's guild's is really being pushed to the forefront and russia has to stay behind trying to somehow prove its innocence according to the approach the u.k. has taken we've seen that this is not the same story when it applies to different situations involving russia for once over the weekend boris johnson was asked about a hefty sum of money one hundred sixty thousand pounds that were donated to the conservative party by a russian woman and a wife of a former russian minister who worked with large america putin for
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a tennis match with boris johnson and there apparently he seemed that was all right and listening to evidence is produced against individual russians i do not think that the entire nation should be should be corrupt well today boris johnson is in brussels meeting with the foreign ministers of the european union he's been speaking and addressing the press with nato secretary general who's expressed solidarity of the organization with the u.k. and they have both talked about the disruptive and malign behavior that they continue to accuse russia of however of course we know moscow has been saying this whole time that it has nothing to do with the script all poisoning. former british ambassador to as becky stan craig mary says british scientists are being very cautious in describing the origin of the nerve agent the scientists that the u.k. is. porton down which handles chemical weapons the fuse to save this nerve agent
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was made in russia the british government put munda heavy pressure to say this nerve agent was made russian they said build was no evidence it's made in russia so in the end the formula was agreed which was that the nerve agent is of a type developed by russia antibiotics were developed here in edinburgh first penicillin is all of a type developed by scotland but it doesn't mean all penicillin is made in scotland and the use of language you have to be very very careful with because they've never said this no the agent was made in russia or produced in the shower or manufactured in russia all they say all the time is it is overtype developed by russia alleged chemical formula producing the jokes was published you can buy it from amazon it was published twelve years ago in a book and the of aliens with o.p.c. w. supervision synthesised chocks in twenty sixteen so many
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people can make this. well for more on these and plenty of other stories think. wise i'll be back with the latest headlines at the top of the our. twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you on the list is a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure to come out you have to go to the center of the beach with all we with you and we will show you all the great game the greatest good you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get going let's go. alone. and i'm really happy to join the for the two thousand and three and world
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cup in russia meet the special one come on. me to just read the review beyond the team's latest edition to make up a bigger. book. seemed wrong why don't we all just don't call. me old yet to say proud disdain comes to advocate and in games from an equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground.
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infinitely. from from. from . even despite the. problems. and hitting.
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many know over the shock when i was three years old saw it's a long story of go shots for me the most difficult in the pursuit goes when i do so my first choice for the first photo to only vote because i didn't see shot dead before so it was a fluke a miss which was only about a month my motivation was just wander off to the because i knew that i wanted to be there i didn't and continue to go to do most of the. army training and just leave him there. to. get. what i wanted to do with how do you know that you're helping the world be a bit better so i would say that that would mean to me one of the things that has impressed me the most is how you get the editor from where you need to get to but. i want to take the something more earth when i came onboard it was my first time at sea it was my first time in the galley as well so i had
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a lot of that. this is the seven. i just love it and i just love it i hate it that. i don't bang on the ship i love. it. i do. loved the whole thing and being at sea i feel more time. on a ship at sea than i do on land so. the after i spent forty five years in the navy i retired in summer two thousand and sixteen so one year ago and after a while of that mystery going at sea but i didn't want to just go and see for fun because i do have a sailing boat but i needed a mission just. don't see anything like this in my life to where you. indeed are completely and go away.
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oh. yeah. just not. sleep you. know even if.
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you keep trying to. leave. your house. it's something that you had a bully at school. if they do you know. more money they have. to platforms to float in the water and then they need to trade something needs water and they. have a boat they need so it's just holding free to send memories our way that all this leave for ships because now it's like well machine i don't want to rubbish this date so we kind of leave it in the old. shark and i don't think that tangled they're all right on this old little boy and to a lot of. criticism
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that he goes for their own not. getting one so scuba. gear lotusphere. i think these two are to defend devices that these get smaller base for the local fisherman snips some say of these before a lot. in the coast of africa usually they would have. attached to that but
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now we're sitting. on stand underneath this water so it's probably being torn out by a storm or strong means for that since. they've stayed far out of the stance a.d.'s defeat if you for a are saying that since. they didn't get stuck in that one propeller or any other why don't want something to shoot oh it wasn't a shark or a go if you know a way of getting started a little bit unsure of. exactly. most of all the people and. you'll see everybody. then they're good they
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can they think and they are you know where. on the floor of the. thinnest of fish you don't want them to be killed while you will be. here all of the whole fleet you know have ten ships to go all of them are begins and also anything that goes into the water with our water has to be married and say so all this old shampoo with laundry detergent if you've been very wise for this so they are married say an old soul and not tested on animals the to eat sleep. and you. know you believe. i
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did so much now. are you. the taliban simply want vessels to trust the navy now that on one face old. face old bob barker was going to try to. just might be all that some of this stuff . we write off when we've done this one in five times. it's a trite stumpy real. thing from the border. that's all to the good of some of. them but it might have
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a. little known so many of them i know you want to let me. know. a lot of good stuff to come but to come up to well it would listen. to stuff like this also it was. such a bug in my view but books party there are a lot of this who don't you guys really do it. it's. got to do to fix it just go away from the whole truth from a. walk we're going to go with from you for i know you will run it doesn't run just run yeah. just you who's from. and just one point zero zero or no it's
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a long way to. get over the. insults in the past year. the mission permits. but right now we already got nice motors and good tournaments because right last year it will be something and not just fish. that's reason enough to. be made to call oh he had it so. that. was a. call call although i don't want a job was what you call. want to know.


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