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lympics in beijing i talk to many people i've posted many things on the internet letting people know the truth about what really happened now if. you. can stream it is. that the counsel to pam brain tumor and in my own dr who ran a state based. on our her much of it but i know that i would want to sleep alone there is this one window in my ground they sleep in there is like a crack in them but i would i would remember oh that's from the warner center was afraid she was saying she was afraid that the suction really was going to be there and that he was in the soldiers after us every year when we went back for several years she had those feelings. for years after the war i believe that eventually other countries would learn to recognize that georgia was at fault in this war especially after the european
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commission came out and said that georgia started the war. i thought for sure that other countries would follow suit with russia to recognize the independence of south said and i was very disappointed that they didn't. both. from the.
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last time we chased. each one of them carrying twenty kilos of drugs. first offense. is the very we i mean thing. they have this is the this is for me. it's me. i don't know maybe don't get a. break right. now more. join me every thursday on the alex so i'm unsure when i'll be speaking to us from the world of politics. i'm show business i'll see you then.
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america was never great was founded on the rapes and the murders. nothing changed so we said all response to these situations that we're dealing with. people is sad every day she is just sad people kill each other blood for killing children. there was just no way that people were going to just sit back and allow children to see shot down law enforcement. this country doesn't work for us it doesn't function for us. this is can't be happening in america we call from the streets we've got to deal with why this is the reason i have to ride like this is the reason.
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people have to understand that when you're attacked so many times brutally attacked in people murdered how can you expect a republic to go back to those people over law which. you can't. just i'm fresh out of the stamps on that there's a more system fanatics of class known. to man the holiday home than motion hum the subtlety the hum of the title to the moment the michael douglas kmiec in the normal. first system the people of all men who. own both the stamp. you want to rule the. more you know this is the way or the horn
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here was you know it all change i thought. and i forgot all cormac i got it down is a. door that i know forty times through you know you know. the last of this it was yet well tell me when to must see must share jimmy smits on my i just stand there you know if you were to go north or if you. go off it on your . toes to go to war no matter. what the file a minute a shot as soon as it. comes out it carries a sentiment. that tell you to give the baby yes it was meant to send a little sheep back can't get you don't stuff. to still resist somebody who.
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doesn't read later related what happened son had found out that his parents had been captured and he came to rescue. it took the russian army a few days to force the georgians to retreat many georgians who had been living in a city or left for georgia with the military. resolution as is true. the most we will not hold are going to resist is really. really going to lead to this are very. costly when you are listening to. we really very sorry damo. special forces as. its leader through well as it restores researchers. syria vonnie in georgia was billed as a special refugee settlement for those who came from south of setia cookiecutter
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houses accommodate two thousand people most center of only resistance referred to south asia as occupied territory for them it's georgian land. elnora fled to georgia with her children her house was burned down so she's got nowhere to go back to elnora's granddaughter was born in sarah varney she's never been to south or setia and only heard about it from her grandma. down there thought is good to out well i. thought i'd gone or the hotel the merry dined or a song. wandered i tell most of her local was. i soon write a reality down project and mom my dad. salvo in the dark just died down
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after our. last call of them all mocked as. nice as your very little rats gone i sat on my normal retirement. natarus got a lot of. me are you to be married and i shall have a mark around. the country dover oh it's grotesque that bed near it well in the last men who seek you will see here opportunity says i need it all gone i regard it as a duo that's gone and i'm sure they were going to double double never will not and just outlive a chance with a tragic mound as that is how crushed her words are cardoza each as a carter or carter is horrid and most of it or not as well as a lot of illiteracy i doubt it or reality secretary was. so mary. let it go it was to be in the longest our thing going to. be by the nation i'd
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rather the. read you know no with nothing on which i got to. go. with a small. letter did you know that. the construction of this fence between georgia and south a sense here started straight after the war however the border line hasn't been fully fenced. for russian border guards to be stationed along the border to help with security. you know show. that. there is no thought to be correct we'll.
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bring you some. of the. ministers and. the borderlines were defined by rather old maps which just didn't reflect current reality in the border called the village and so some of the inhabitants remained in south ossetia while twenty two people found themselves living in no man's land. since then they've been living between two checkpoints they're not allowed into georgia and they need a special pass to enter south of. this border checkpoint has been set up specially for them. off which is. it is this is this is the. also this was less school to both exist visions them to school with and. you know she. was
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fired from. her own nests. says the rules of the sea. the nuns did blue sky. will tilt. peoples. a little. closer view on me. being the. fullest. month see. i need to see yes i see. done the moment when you can you. explain me me up and they see. those stranded in no man's land have been promised that they'll be allocated new
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houses and be moved to south ascension. promise was given the six years ago when the fence was built. eighty percent of the buildings in skin vol were destroyed during the war. and school was also badly damaged ten years ago it seemed to us to be impossible to rebuild the place. out of them. really. so when russia. today much of it was just cooling to the school system in. the
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region. but this. last. trip. it to most british. troops some soon. will bust in the really. loose issue spots in your complex food supply. as a child was fascinated by clay marley he used to make models of animals and superheroes . as he grew older he didn't abandon his hobby even though he graduated last year they still keep his models on display not the ones he made as
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a child but his most serious work. here's your officers. he says even for a perfect. as you just heard him. shortly. our skirts but little seeing. it's. true. is jewish luigi doesn't importantly school his mistress in a school or through which are just. center has really changed. most of the buildings. a reconstructed but many were torn down and rebuilt from scratch.
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russia helped to rebuild the destroyed republic and was the first nation to recognize south independence. russia now helps to keep the peace. a military base was built in skin valcke. best in the medical corps. to build on top of those. and i mean it's you know i mean. probably in fulfilling. the. torch i mean the thing is. for the most of us you
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know. but the group. when sharon a was hiding with her son in the basement of a maternity home the georgian army entered her village. children as husband went off to fight and her parents were left alone in their house as well as the semi would you see has come over for some messages very gracious birdman room full of them wish it were that who are hundreds of. other times the mother of the rival at the. shorenstein douches stuff i'd forgotten to. feel them more the more usual told us their knowledge of g.-d.
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. sure in as husband died shortly after the war so arsène has no memory of his dad share in a remarriage and gave birth to a daughter and another baby's on the way. the family's poor so us and makes his own toys his favorites are a wooden machine gun and a sniper rifle. where not all markets in space he knows how. to measure but really children are boys. and the. house is for the most vulnerable not just a this is the kind that costs. cool high staff and that children just. the.
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it's only natural that baby boomers one vote for policies that help balance i house price booms or stock price things and it's different franchise. you know age groups but oh well. tough luck buddy get a job kids get a job. is
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a. church secret indeed just like priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it literally i like to call this the geographic solution so what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is is a perpetrator is simply moves him to a different spot were the previous standards not the highest ranks of the catholic church conceal the accused priests from the police and justice so something that is as old as the eye and then i think you'll hear that it used to shout in. its path.
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the headlines this hour the kremlin last new u.s. sanctions on russia restrictions are in response to what washington says russia is poisoning of double agent. and his daughter back in march to face relies on the u.s. funded experts to tackle the influence on its platform we take a look at how it affects freedom of speech online also to kill many more i find these images just over forty civilians including children were reportedly killed to society airstrike their school bus in yemen the coalition says it was
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a legitimate military operation in accordance with international law and the straw island is demanding the return of a sacred statue more than one hundred years ago the supply of british museum we are service is it should be given. we've got a. british empire i think. but i think it's part of our heritage so it's just it's straight. hello there are seven pm here in moscow you're watching the international that moscow is calling on britain to make public its work on making star military toxic substances this comes after america. penalties for what it calls moscow's poisoning of double agents powell and his daughter in the u.k.
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back in march russia has consistently denied the claims. discussed the new sanctions with and. the united states. two thousand and eighteen determined that the government of the russian federation has used chemical biological weapons against its own nationals despite any new evidence coming to light the us wants to impose sanctions on russia and this is in regards to the form of poisoning form of double agent sake a script on his door to get back in march now the sanctions will be implemented two sets the fifth sets will ban licenses for the export of sensitive national security goods to russia including electronic items and these kind of exports have been previously allowed on a case by case basis the second round of sanctions there will be more severe this will be the prohibit us baron colognes the ten minute carrier landing rights which
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we could affect flights from russia to the us and fed the restrictions on exports and imports as well but the u.s. says they that the second round of sanctions will come into effect unless russia provides reliable assurances that it won't use chemical weapons in the future and agrees to on site checks by the u.n. but when you say reliable assurances it was last year twenty seventeen years of national community the o.p.c. w confirmed the destruction of all chemical weapons in russia exactly the chemical weapons watchdog verified the destruction and can fend this in september two thousand and seventeen but with still waiting for now evidence as to why sanctions of being imposed now and the u.s. has already implemented measures you might remember that around sixty diplomats were expelled by the u.s. last spring when this saga fest escalated but when questions at the press conference the state department officials didn't mention any fed the reasoning
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behind the sanctions whether this was because of old evidence and new evidence let's take a listen to what they had to say. where are you getting the conclusion that rush is behind this creep are poisoning i will leave it to others to characterize the current state of our understanding of the script whole affair we've been very clear that we agree with the assessment that it was a joke agent and that the perpetrator was ultimately the russian federation. i'll leave it to others to give those kinds of details of what we currently understand obviously from reading the press it appears that their investigation is ongoing in terms of the scope and nature of the details and its implications but i'll leave that to others the key words there from the official swear a leave it to others to give the details so whether the u.s. wants the u.k. to disclose further evidence behind the attack remains to be seen and the u.s. is now skating around the reasoning at the moment issuing fresh sanctions without fresh evidence and all the while russian officials here in moscow keep asking for
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transparency for evidence a keeps asking can russia be involved in this investigation and yet we understand the basis of the yukos evidence still falls on the quote highly likely stance well the case of views on this always has been highly likely that russia is behind this attack saying that only russia has the motives the means and the record to target the school policy and moreover as well moscow has repeatedly denied involvement with this offering offering like you said cooperation on the investigation which london has repeatedly denied but so far we know that the chemical weapons watchdog the a.p. c.w. and porton down haven't been able to confirm the origin of the nerve agent we have not verified the precise source but we provided the scientific information to the government but you have not been able to establish at porton down that this was made in russia as i said it's our job to provide eat you know
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the scientific evidence that identifies for the particular and their future is but it's not our job to see where that actually was manufactured to be create your not tell you to look cotton down to say where it is from we haven't yet been able to do that as analysis of the p.c. w.'s report i did too far as the country. of origin of the agent use. in this attack and now we're left with this highly likely stance from the u.k. and the u.s. is issuing this fresh round of sanctions but we haven't seen any new information come to light here in the sanctions of thought to be imposed on or around august the twenty second in the meantime the u.k. prime minister's office has welcomed the new batch of u.s. sanctions on russia the russian embassy saying it only wants transparency it still asks can we please to be a part of this investigation by the russian embassy calling these sanctions
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describing them as draconian measures. ok let's get the thoughts now chris bambery he's a political analyst and joins us from the u.k. good evening to you chris we're seeing again our new sanctions but again no evidence provided to back up the accusations why don't we see evidence. well i don't think there is the evidence i think if the evidence existed that it was made in russia or bora truly are the be merely been used by russian intelligence that would be on the front page of every newspaper be screaming headlines and be complete opera in the west we haven't found it and there is growing across the media sources in in general across the population here and you can elsewhere about whether or not russian intelligence that did that did this russian secret service and yet we are seeing this constant demand for more and more sanctions are in one republican senator standing the russian only place on the list of terrorist states
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that are only for terrorist states according to america in the world they're asking russia to develop replace the not waste i mean you know you have to ask what is going on here and it seems to me beyond what happened in salzburg that this is a continuing despite the meeting donald trump and why the move putin to continue worsening of relationships between russia and the west is the backdrop to this and the explanation for this russia's foreign ministry today chris went on to suggest that this crippled case is being used as a false pretext to take out further sanctions against moscow is that perfectly plausible then she think. well i think there is a coup or a very serious deterioration masked by this meeting between donald trump and vladimir putin and i think the important thing is this is a while trump said some nice words about why the move putin the american establishment including his own security and military apparatus on the war by the war powers there are really in favor of worsening relationships with russia and keep go on about what a rival russia is the united states of america and to nato in the european union
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and coming back to some in europe politician of an american senate who said that russia should be placed on the list of terrorist states has evidence versus what happened in eastern ukraine in crimea what's happened in syria and what's happened in salzburg solved remains unproved sarah. well i mean if you want to work for terrorists in syria. choose first would you choose the russians and in terms ukraine and crimea a very complicated story in russia's own backyard were america need to have intervened causing deep suspicion of what the west is doing there. with regard to this case chris it all seems to hinge on where this batch of navi talk came from and russia is now calling on britain to publicize its own work on manufacturing navi chalk substances do you think the u.k. would go as fast or reveal that i suspect they will not do the british military and intelligence establishment of always been very very careful to keep what they were
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doing at porton down elsewhere under under a cork very very careful indeed in fact that the idea that britain might have chemical weapons would of course be unethical given britain's constant statements on this and attacking other states for using it so i speak we're not going to get really to the bottom of what's going on here and just as we're not going to get to the bottom of what is happening with this investigation i mean we know this is though been going on for a long long time and it seems to me that if there was a shred of evidence which established this with the russian state then this would have been used already it's not been used i think as we get in a century all the time sort of insinuation about this and a refusal to publish the evidence and i think it's time that we did get all the evidence but my suspicion is that as on to happen and we're going to continue to see a sort of a series of corporate daggers here of insinuation that russia is involved which
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basically is a moot.


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