and is said to have been the bodyguard have been lauded and anyone who thinks that we've done something terrible to sami a has to weigh up how long this man has already been in the country and how long we have tolerated this security risk owners that he. should have been left in joey for ten years and secondly. the way he was brought in to measure where you are stupid there is scattered it caused to question the rule of law in germany it's up no one wants this man in germany but it is grossly illegal there cannot be described as legal it anywhere the court ruled and you move government is bound by court ruling it out just disregard of course yes this man was supported. and when actually they are the way the government responders in a very matter up you know our speech for
a start it's all chaos now. battle tanks from twenty three countries are facing off on the outskirts of moscow it's in the name of sport though not war competing in a special event organized by the russian defense ministry called tank biathlon. now facebook has blocked the accounts of right wing activists in brazil head of
of all that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have anarchy you got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. the u.k. has suspended its cooperation with the united states over the prosecution of two former british citizens who joined islamic state known as the ice on beatles because of their accents the pair will cord in syria and could now face the death penalty in america britain had intended to share intelligence to help the prosecution but london decided to take a short term pause after outrage in britain over the possible execution u.k. drop the death penalty back in one hundred sixty nine lawmakers rights groups and
a family member of one of the suspects all appealed to the british government takes a closer look at the case. political rallies human rights taking a stand in case you missed it quite frankly a bit of a page when you want some terrorists taken care of. the isis b. cells not called back because most of them a dad in one is a terrible drama but because they carried out it seems to accept terroristic gruesomeness well speaking with a british accent grammar came up with that title has unfortunately made them sound a little too costly for a gang of murderous but hedges well ten of them have been captured by the us which really wants to extradite them home and deliver some humane injustice if you know what i mean all american needs is a bit of evidence to be sent out of it from britain which is a real shame because the u.k. is a country of conviction political values and it doesn't contain the personal use of the death penalty in any situation there was outrage how could britain stoop so low
i'm sure it even the lives of their beatles at risk they had already rescinded their british possible it's my god is that not punishment enough. in any way of taking care of the likes of the isis beatles while at the same time keeping your values intact well luckily there are a few options. target the bad guys with anonymous drones while they're still in a sandy country that different tone sure is always tricky but if one of your intelligence agents happens to be standing in the back of the room well someone else from one of those developing nations happens to be pulling out the fingernails well that's different and steve i'd freedom fighters with that picture of bin ladin in that well it's to do some killing that a friend sending terrorists to stand trial in a real court or for a possible death sentence well not just that my.
facebook accounts of hundreds of wrong we're going to be some brazil is supposed to come. paynter tackle fake use the move caused outrage in the country with many claiming facebook is clearly interfering in the upcoming presidential elections later this year that of the right wing free brazil movement says the tech giants decision to block the accounts was a surprise is our facebook justified its decision these pages and profiles were part of a coordinated network concealed by the use of fake accounts on facebook which hid from people the nature and origin of their content for the purpose of generating division and spreading misinformation or of course. was shut down and i was like what the hell is going on then suddenly i start to receive. wrong model friends who are also went and suddenly we also realize there are many many
profiles. of the leaders. and then we realize first even before the facebook he was an answer we realized that there was our. journalism paper writing that we. we were bennett for facebook because we have like a network of around three hundred facebook pages and profiles spreading fake news and we're like we don't spread any fake knew what the hell they're talking about brazil's federal prosecutor is called on facebook to explain the blocking of the profiles he's demanded a list of all pages and profiles blocked as well as a factual justification for each decision is co-founder of the free brazil movement and santos again he says the deleted pages were obviously influential enough to attract facebook's attention. it was in the last three years the most influential
cult of page on brazilian facebook and it's all sore of one of the more influential political beaches in the world actually are or numbers of engagement used to be compared to. bigger and inherently and we did a lot of transformation or calgary because of our job because of our natural because we fought the mainstream media but as equally the knew that they couldn't win the public debate against us so they decided to shut it or not to make or make us quiet and that's what they're doing they start to first of all putting down our reach on facebook used to reach eight million people might even have people they meet only on our facebook page and now we reach one point five to one people and they are doing these because of what's your lectures and also because intern actual actions they are there and somehow they're trying to shore their marital actions that they are doing their homework using brazil as. an expert an experiment.
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authority that is corrupt and all that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. this is boom bust at the world economic forum in davos switzerland i'm parked children coming up philip metzger the director general of the swiss communications office and a global leader on communication and other issues will join us plus we speak with all the film who is the c.e.o. of smart valor a cutting edge global digital company based here in switzerland and we have a special report about how this tiny town of davos shape shifts every year for this
event all of that and u.s. president donald trump makes his davos debut we'll have it all but first let's head back to washington with manila chan for some business and financial headlines topping today's news. good afternoon i'm a military man sitting in for bart who as you just saw is on assignment in davos let's get to some of the day's top stories u.s. president donald trump struck a noticeably different tone today during his speech in davos but one message remained the same america first trump said america first does not mean america alone and his words to the world elite as president of the united states i will always put america first just like the leaders of other countries should put their country first also but america for years does not mean america alone when the united states grows
so does the world. he made his argument that focused on domestic policies such as tax reform for individuals and corporations have boosted the national economy citing companies like apple who plan to repatriate billions of dollars back stateside a sober trump state on script without any off the cuff remarks assuring the economic titans that a prospect a prosperous america is good for the world. and european central bank president mario draghi joined the critics of u.s. treasury secretary steve menuhin on thursday druggy pointed pointedly suggested that the nugent's comments that a weak dollar is good for the u.s. economy was a violation of an agreement reached with washington in october to avoid.