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in the headlines this hour new revelations on a controversial murder case that sparked chaos in the german city as a prison guard admits he leaked the arrest warrant of a migrant suspect. elsewhere ten days ahead a general election rally were a parliamentary candidate claims he was at the rally were a parliamentary candidate it claims he was attacked by a migrant. the nobel committee says that. should keep her peace prize despite a un report on the mass killing of the country's minority. and two new information on the murder of russian journalists in the central african republic instead serious security lapses in the preparation for that trip.
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never get even just joins us my name is kevin martin age cutest just turned six in the evening and we're starting with this german prison guard has turned himself in after admitting he had leaked an arrest warrant for a migrant who is a key suspect in a murder the case has turned the city into chaos as opposing rallies come out in force over the refugee crisis more generally in germany the officer says he wanted to end all speculation concerning sunday stubbing it was clear to me that i was violating my official. and i also knew that i would probably lose my job as a result i want the public to know what has happened i want the speculation about a possible crime to come to an end. following the stabbing incident police arrested a twenty two year old iraqi man and a twenty three year old syrian both were charged with manslaughter
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a skip speed and more about this in the rallies that have triggered been triggered by this case and the resulting clashes we'll go live to kemet our europe correspondent peter all of a station there the south of new pate back to you as you said earlier more details have come out to give it more clarity about what's going on here. yes the the prison guard as we've heard who leaked the information of the arrest warrants last weekend has admitted that he did that what we know about him is that he's a thirty nine year old prison guard based at the corrections facility in dresden he says he didn't know that in leaking this boat a graph that he took that was partially blocked out in places showing the details of the arrest warrant he didn't know that that was a legal however what we have been told is he still may face criminal charges now following the admission of this he has been suspended and has put out a statement through his lawyer that we just heard a little bit of there and all communications he said will be done through his
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lawyer from here on out in that statement for a little bit more and he said that he did this because he didn't want the media to speculate on details of those who'd been arrested he went on to cues the press of manipulating facts in the past to fit the narrative that they wanted to put across he says that he lives daily the realities of decisions that have been made in germany and the reasons that he leaked this warrant and the these warrants was because he wanted to show the world. what he sees as the reality of germany today. every day as a prison officer i am the focus of what has happened in our country from a few years ago and this intensity and manner nevertheless every day i see that most people are lied to about the changes in our country or do not want to accept the truth however at least regarding the manslaughter or murder in chemnitz i did not want to be a part of the silent crowd any more. well in response
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to the news that this prison warden had come forward and been suspended the justice minister of saxony described him as irresponsible said that there was potentially serious repercussions for what he did when it came to investigating this. the killing of a thirty five year old man last weekend here in cannes that's also said that leaking this information serve to fuel tensions within the city but it was that first information that was released was that it was a twenty two year old iraqi a twenty three year old syrian man who'd be arrested in connection with that day we now know more about the twenty two year old iraqi that's been circulating around in the media here in germany we know that he was extremely well known to the police that he'd be picked up a number of times on drug possession charges we know from the people who he lived with in a refugee home that he always carried immigrant you who attended the meeting and
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was screaming and shouting all over the meeting i was attacked two of them i tried to protect my friend and colleague and this immigrant starting hitting before us in the face also a few eggs at our vehicle when we left the scene they ran after and when we had to stop going to the red lights they kicked the car. swedish police never confirmed the attackers ethnicity but the party member with phone to him as an immigrant but that is not all they blame immigrants for an overall high criminality rate and low security across the country although the connection was never established officially the el turned to the party offers to sweden is sealed borders and immigrants sent back to where they came from where past relation instead of immigration they say and also a toff a police and a stronger army the meeting gathered some supporters but the majority came to voice
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their discontent because he was saying that we need to clean sweden we need to get over for and. sweden need to be united back in the old days. not really because if you look back in time three nurse oh always. they came for injuries so if we didn't think in new people if when of course we are racist on our streets where racist or no streets party is saying they want to take down all the immigrants and the people is unhappy they don't like it as long as we can integrate them into swedish society may become they become a swedish says me because i'm also an immigrant from belgium as the as long as they become swedish and they work and they do a normal swedish things it's absolutely no problem as long as they they can keep their religion they can keep their culture but they should speak swedish and they should work miniger immigrants here feel like they're they're not included in the
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society police told us they are always invited to meet him it's like this when you many parties. have a lot of meetings so. it is. a thought if. a lot of people would lie don't like. opinions that's why we call the police it's always like this one it's on to two elections sweden will hold the general election in just ten days but tensions are high ahead of the national veil that could be historic the rolling left tween social democrats the oldest and largest party in sweden could see its worst result in the last one hundred years as rightwing ideas are gaining more and more popularity. from sweden. nobel committee has defended his decision not to attract the pace prize from me a mars prime minister but despite a damning report from the united nations the qs is the country's army of committing
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mass killing and atrocities against their own hang a minority claims the government denies is out he's done a quarter. the treatment of the roe hinge a minority in myanmar equates to genocide that's the conclusion made by the un the mission has concluded that criminal investigation and prosecution is warranted focusing on the top ten metod generals in relation to the three categories of crimes under international law genocide crimes against humanity and war crimes with ethnic cleansing happening on the watch of nobel peace prize laureate aung sun suu kyi and despite public demand to rescind cheese award the nobel committee insists she should keep it. in.
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the un report demands me and marse top generals be investigated for crimes against humanity it also accuses misty of turning a blind eye to it all but that's alright because the nobel committee says it's only concerned with what happened in the past. it's important to remember that's a noble prize whether in physics literature peace is awarded for some prize worth the effort or achievement of the past i'm certain. won the nobel prize for peace for who fight for democracy and freedom up until nine to ninety one the year she was awarded the prize well if we're to believe the committee only cares about
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recipients past they're going to have some explaining to do here. yes. there are a fat receive the peace prize for brokering a middle east accord securing palestinian rule in gaza and the west bank at the same time he was the chair of the palestinian liberation organization responsible for violence against israeli civilians who they consider to be part of an illegal occupation arafat did renounce the violence before receiving the award though but how about another nobel peace prize laureate henry kissinger. kissinger received the prize for negotiating a cease fire in the vietnam war he was set to share the nomination with north vietnamese diplomat late dr except the vietnamese responded with a big no thank you and to no one's amazement that's because kissinger had been secretly bombing cambodia throughout the nine hundred seventy s.
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as disclosed in a pentagon report he approved almost four thousand bombing raids in just the first two years of the campaign. and last but not least as barack obama many were left puzzled as to what obama had exactly done to receive his peace prize but just like the others the nobel committee said it had something to do with his past. only very rarely has a person to the same extent as obama captured the world's attention and given its people hope for a better future we are not awarding the prize for what may happen in the future but for what he has done in the previous year we hope this will enhance what he is trying to do what exactly obama did in that previous year is a mystery to most people. british prime minister three's amaze wrapped up
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a tour of africa it's been memorable not only on account of the impressive trade investment promises but also for the kenyan leaders description of one former big u.k. official honest in-situ reports on. we all know that our former u.k. foreign secretary boris johnson is no stranger to causing offense except this time around he got a taste of his own medicine from the kenyan president who standing side by side with british prime minister to recent may had this to say last year you recall the foreign secretary than boris. oras boris johnson. the bicycle guy. well known not only did this bicycle guy calm and make headlines but also cause the u.k. delegation to chuckle as well as brought a smile to theresa may's face now one of the reasons potentially that the kenyan president would have a bone to pick with boris johnson could be the comments he had made in the past among them saying things such as barack obama being described as according to
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johnson as part kenyan with an ancestral dislike of the british empire as well as some other offensive comments such as watermelons but when it comes to theresa may of course the reason she would rejoice in a moment like this potentially is some of the issues she has herself with boris johnson not only did he white recently resigned as foreign secretary because of disagreements over her stance on iraq since but also because of the political rivalry going on between johnson and may of course we have to remember that boris johnson potentially becoming the next conservative party leader has been the talk of the town here and westminster him having quite strong support among the party and meanwhile of course we know that recent may's popularity and approval ratings have really been dwindling and she knows it despite having been caught dancing a couple of times on that trip there and keeping up appearances. part of
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a team in london coming up new information on the killing of three russian journalists in the central african republic should like this it seems it's among the stories ahead after this break. manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the flame of. the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick.
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looking into the alleged presence of russian mercenaries in the country russian tycoon a vocal critic of president putin mikhail khodorkovsky sponsored their investigation the reporters were found dead in a bullet riddled car in a remote region now there's speculation in the mainstream media that the killings were politically motivated with claims being cycled around that the kremlin is somehow connected to alleged military contract is there and khodorkovsky insists indeed the journalists were killed because of the nature of their investigation. do you have any reason to believe that these men were killed because of the work they were doing. in the park yes i think exactly that you. however twist to this screen shots of text messages between the team organizing the trip and the slain journalist which recently surfaced indicates serious mismanagement if true that's prompted called a kosky we can report to hold his support for the investigative journalism group
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they're working for for a start the group chat in question had the three members of the traveling crew as well as their boss and produces it's believed it was used right up to and during the beginning of the trip to the central african republic jacqueline discussed the revelations in a bit more detail with correspondent. we've got a print small press cards in english and also a u.n. sign for the car. make sure you film how you get rid of the press cards do it in a creative way and with commentry the group later claimed that they were working in the central african republic and coordination with the united nations however eventually the un said that they knew nothing of it so the plan suggested that the group could use their freshly printed press cards at one stage of the travel and then burn them out another we don't know the purpose of that well they knew that
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they were about to break the law by entering the country on tourist visas but as a journalist on active duty without any accreditation you might argue that most of the central african republic is lawless land so your logical assumption would be that they must have had a go to person on the ground then definitely a proper translator and for sure a carefully thought through plan and reality though when they arrived in the country they didn't even have the phone number of their fixer he didn't show up at the airport and they were never able to get in touch with the men at the end of the day they didn't have a proper i'd temporary and so issues started piling up one after another upon arrival and here's some of the other parts of the messages that the crew sent in the group shot guys when the bit of a logistical disaster we just can't seem to get through to the locals took knowledge is absolutely alien to them there's
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a feeling of total helplessness when it comes to language basically no one speaks english the journalists mission and the ca are obviously meant that they were supposed to sneak through some heavy security and have a look at what the cameraman texted and the group chat after one of their failed attempts to do just that we couldn't get in they said it's only possible with a permit from the defense ministry plus two cops met us with all our equipment by the hotel we had to bribe them. then we were stopped at a checkpoint and other bribe but a smaller one the locals the cameras as a negative unfriendly thing and what kind of directions did their bosses give them at that point they were told to keep going the group was losing money on bribes they were never even able to get and touch with their all the english speaking guide however when everything seemingly went out of control messages from age you
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kept urging them to stay on track to go there by yourself you paid a lot of money to get to this country you shouldn't give a about any permit we need a translator to find him when he's held from being the new it's impossible to storm into the security retore and i'm not sure we have to go to the ministry and be tough with the bribes next time what rules did you violate told them you're going to go to the embassy except for this group chat clearly points at the fact that there were real security issues that the crew was facing before their tragic death . allegations of racism of curse the shadow of one candidate's bid to be the new governor of florida or of the united states. he is an articulate spokesman for those far left views and he's
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a charismatic candidate so we've got to work hard to make sure that we continue florida going in a good direction the last thing we need to do is to monkey this by trying to embrace of socialist agenda with huge tax increases. the last thing we need to do is to monkey this. let's talk about that stunning upset in the florida florida gubernatorial race florida's democratic party has called those comments disgusting and accused the santas of making racist dog whistles that's how white folks talk about black men who are successful he started his campaign that they way down the track did write politics this is let's divide be derisive be sensational. it is zero to do with the race shot it has everything to do with whether we want florida to continue to go in a good direction there are moments when you need to apologize and that's what needs to happen from the congress and.
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it's coming to eight hundred twenty five the mosco times kevin i would urge you saying thank you for the last twenty five minutes and so that's just a snapshot of the stories we've got lined up for you want to. call him and if you want all the information straight to mobile device one hundred eleven i'm sure tonight is kevin what i'm also going to say thanks ever so much for watching. you know world of big partisan movie lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than
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ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bath and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. for manners sitting in a car when the fifth gets shot in the hand. all four have different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the list did not shoot around a corner. this
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is the coaxes bizarre neighborhood in bangladesh just recently this land was a rain forest but now there are refugee camps. elephants are a problem then tank refugees either out of range or fear they can find their ancient my great tree roots among the sea of tents. in the last twelve months twelve men have been trampled to death by elephants however the elephants will have to retreat to outnumbered by about nine hundred thousand refugees in the coxes bazaar camps around six hundred thirty people have migrated here from my an ma in the last two years alone.
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mudslides unless they're resettled closer to the jungle and bank to my and i don't . want to. caught up by them again not a lot i want to get a little young. phone on one of those thought. that i want i'll see it all on monday when i want to talk to. the world now knows about the massacre in russia's state in the village of tula totally moans i beg them is only thirty but she already feels like an opium and her body is scarred with the sun world in the sky how she and her daughter the only survivor among three children managed to reach bangladesh even she herself can't understand why would but then when it did they not would but then did
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a good washing. someone on my shoulder called for the developer will have a double shot she brought a bottle full budget there was a howl of water the whole day. before well but there was a lot of the hubbub of the a lot of anguish i'm going to mother of ha ha ha i'm going to leave. town to show not only only what the hon the how did.


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