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give me a trial says donald trump who wants his day in the senate as the impeachment hearings reach the next critical stage democrats say they won't rule out yet more public hearings. in germany this concern over a new attempt to tackle paedophiles online as critics balk at using police resources to create fake child porn videos on the web will tell you more. colombia imposing a curfew in the capital amid renewed large scale anti-government protests and a deadly car bombing.
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saturday morning 23rd of november good morning and welcome to the program live from the r.t. world news center here in moscow at 9 am it's with this half hour update hope you can stick with me so 1st donald trump says he wants a trial after the u.s. house of representatives moved to formally take the impeachment inquiry to the next level the president laid into rival democrats after a week of testimonies which he described as a hoax and says they look like fools proceedings now head to the republican controlled senate and trump says the whole affair is actually united his party behind him. they had a tremendous week with the whole you know the great hoax the the growth the impeachment hopes and that's really worked out. incredibly well and we have tremendous support i think roger's around whose numbers i don't think i've ever seen support in the republican party like we do right now we've never had this
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going to support you well the judiciary committee chairman hit back at republican claims that the test result being here is an absurd democrat other shift also didn't rule out holding more public hearings as his panel begins to draft its inquiry report but the situation coverage though another side to this seems is falling flat with a lot of the audience with the us media picking up on growing impeachment for teague no less saskia taylor reports. talk to what a year it's been and has not felt like it's just been dragging on and everyone i speak to says the same thing that that confused and anxious for the democrats to stress because they've been struggling to find a single candidate who can take on trump and 2020 and the best they've come up with is a man whose payday was when he posed in a short sleeved button down more than 40 years ago then you've got the republicans that just riddled with anxiety they keep texting alerts on the phone just praying that lead to hasn't gone on a twitter wrong page or put his economy in
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a choke hold and then of course that there fending off attacks from the democrats blocked right and center you always told me doc it's bad to keep things bottled up inside and really politicians that just like us they need that stress relief to. so the people on the hell have signed up to a group therapy session and it's a classic safe space where everyone supports one another endlessly going over old ground no other president has betrayed his office like this because the president got caught the president in fact tried to trade a political favor for official government resources now this anti corruption president who cares so much about rooting out corruption and ukraine putin's primary objectives within the united states is to so as to foment unrest for their nation would you agree with me that r.t.d. is putin's propaganda machine here in the united states i would agree with the honesty doc it's been a huge and that down it's
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a bit like you and me really i mean i calm every we hope he'll kill me even though i know it's hopeless but we're in so deep we just have to keep going but at least i have the decency to eat pretend i'm interested in what you have to say. even the democrats who have the most to gain from the session of suffering from what i've diagnosed as impeachment i just think we're going down this road keep spending more time hundreds of years of history no one has ever been convicted of impeachment and it's not just the people who've been sitting through the herrings that aboard it don't want to write voted to master mr morris and i have some bad
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news for you t.v. ratings are way down. well you know i don't hold it personally i don't think it's you guys. or whatever drug deal the democrats are cooking up here on the. american people are buying you might not remember how it will start to dr joe biden was just being helpful father lending a hand in getting hunter set up in a good job bun trumpy was just a concerned president worried that hunter biden sitting on a board of a need to ukrainian dance company while his father was the country's point man was a conflict of interest so best saying he nudged the ukrainian president to look into the matter may be used as a bargaining chip that $400000000.00 of aid the u.s. have promised which reminds me even ukraine's tired of this whole impeachment saga . i think everybody really is the. reason we're here although
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i was on the street we have all the independence we have all the problems and grace that's right i've got bad news it looks like we might be stuck in this therapy session for a while because to put it simply even if the house of representatives dominated by the democrats votes to endorse trump's impeachment it still has to pass the upper house the senate and there are rumors that the republicans would just unanimously vote to quickly dismiss the charges but what actually get embroiled in the long trial a trial that could be 6 days a week every week until an agreement is reached the only person who's apparently not too down in the doldrums about that is trump who i want is the 1st witness because frankly i want to throw you know i didn't think i could have it you want to try out every one 0 i wouldn't do it for you number one they should never ever been breached by think about with this the more i realize just like our sessions
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it's it's a whole lot of money. a whole lot of time and it leaves a whole lot of know why. well meantime very aside from the u.s. democratic presidential hopeful told he is under fire for the new york times choice of clothing we're reporting this morning the paper says the white suits are more cold leader than. it has been at asians have refrained from the center and white suits are off somewhat converts of righteousness also constantly. ringback near liberalism
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and where one suits apparently. that is the most ridiculous supposed to be article of. newspapers only as many of the content that you'll. see she challenges the democratic establishment she is not supportive of regime change and less war all the money the military is spending often needlessly so she's somebody that really calls that out and i think the democratic establishment you know really is like how dare she do that and they come after her so and they come after her in ways as frivolous as this you know. to say that like her white pantsuit makes her a sort of like you know a cult leader and she's on the fringe and a complete radical and that's really unfair to her it's an unfair characterization
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. next to the news this morning germany wants to double down on catching paedophiles online but a new tactic to get into the so-called dark web is going to see it enter some ethically suspect territory by creating fake child pornography investigators will be able to use computer generated images in the future if crimes cannot be detected another way we are now laying the legal foundations and we must never forget the behind child pornography images are a terrible accident against children. the authorities say it will give investigators all means available to track down sex offenders but it's proving divisive a one sided supporters insist it will help kill off the so-called dark net of illegal websites but opponents argue that crimes cannot be solved by creating new crimes raja kisko from the u.k.'s christian legal center told us that evidence gathered in this way too could potentially prove inadequate in court. and you look
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at the crime shows on t.v. and they have solicitation of prostitution or or poor undercover policeman doing. selling drugs well those are incidences where they're not committing crimes generating child pornography certainly is so whether they're creating a crime or not is one question to me the bigger question is the issue of whether you can convict someone based on evidence that was gathered through criminal activity and i think that this might backfire on them by catching people not having to release them because of tarnished evidence the internet watch foundation report on child sexual abuse imagery found that europe is the world's worst when it comes to online child pornography the continent 2 thirds of all confirmed cases while the netherlands has the most offended is former british police officer peter kirk and political commentator under walker joins us on the program to share their views. it would obviously have to be used very carefully and will be used sparingly. there
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are various things that could be done to minimize the risk of it being spread further but if the aim is to close down and arrest all those using the particular platform or sharing that you are gaining access to then in a way it's sort of self destructs to a certain extent anyway in the united kingdom these sorts of images and videos would be illegal and the reason that they're illegal is not because there's a victim of them because clearly there isn't it in a simulated image but what there it what it has the potential to do is to excite offenders and what we don't want to do is have a government in your up producing material that can potentially excite people into offending in real life outside the virtual world and i can understand the view but the amounts of child sexual imagery that. is absolutely enormous anything added by the german police will be an absolute drop in the ocean i also think there's another more general concern about the issue of entrapment we have as
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a society have to protect our society from police going too far and i think that these potentially is a bridge too far this wouldn't be entrapment and entrapment is unlawful it would be a means of getting into a closed close space for a very long time in the u.k. the police have used informants who have participated in the commission of crimes in a minor role classically the getaway driver. in a bank robbery. would be able to pay off for oysters a surprising informant in the crime scene the significant concern days that people who starts on child pornography will begin offending against children in real life it's hard to imagine anybody saying i've only willing to consume fake child pornography i should majed you. and stuff i just don't see that anybody would would delineate in that way if they were
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a sex offender and i think putting more material onto a dark web seems instinctively to me to be making the problem potentially far worse policing in these sorts of areas is a dirty business and sometimes you have to get your hands dirty to a certain extent to take out the really bad players. elsewhere or will the smaller car bombs going off outside a police station in southwest columbia killing 3 officers and injuring a further 10 it happened in the town of san turned to kill a child but 500 kilometers from the capital a known hot spot for violence spirally local newspapers reported that the explosion caused a major blackout at the time police are yet to speculate on who they think or what they think directly behind this attack. colombia's already been enduring widespread and to government protests the mirror bogota has imposed to impose a citywide curfew now to try and keep the renewed wave of demonstrations of bay but to lead to clashes with police.
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thanks. protests erupted on thursday as thousands turned out against president of duke a they're demanding better living conditions tax and pension reforms and moves to tackle government corruption but leaders say there are no plans to change course for now please shoes tear gas and water cannon as the demonstrators responded back by throwing rocks artie's nicholas sanchez o'donovan reports next from the colombian capital polo from bogota where the day after the historic national anti government strike has shown us the consequences both politically and on the streets here we can see some of the damage as many others this bus stop was completely. and allies destroyed by protest as we can see what they used not only
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to destroy this bus stop but right here they were throwing these rocks at police that were on serene with tear gas with water cannons and rubber bullets. but mainly it was a peaceful protest and it was a massive protest as well over 200000 colombians marched nationwide. protest in and it demanded more infrastructure and more money for education whether students but then you had the indigenous leaders they say if i didn't fit social justice in rural areas so that's a different fronts and then you have the unions they fight in so that the
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government doesn't implement the tax reforms that they trying to implement and more importantly they don't touch so that the government doesn't touch the pension system so they see different fronts and now it's going to be very interesting to see how the government addresses all of those different fronts it's going to be very difficult for the government to try and address all of those one. saturday morning just to 960 moscow time morning still plenty ahead if you can stare over the next 1015 minutes including testing times at tesla as the electric vehicle make its unbreakable new sub a truck. broke. yes of the $500.00. transparency has been obliterated all sound accounting has been obliterated all economic policy is tied to any economic stall
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that makes any economic sense has been ignored and obliterated the rule of law has been a little everything having to do with the sound society is being ignored to get her to a higher level and getting to higher level but at what cost. would . put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. wanted. to go in the press this is what before 3 in the morning can't be good. i'm interested in the water. this.
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morning dozens of residents in the shade go silence in the indian ocean have turned the protest off to britain to fight a u.n. deadline to give militias control of the territory the russian prime minister accused britain about things like illegal colonial occupy whatever whether with europe see the u.n. general assembly voted in may to give the u.k. 6 months to return the but britain insists vote has no binding despite it being a un high court ruling. which the international court of justice found we've knew dissenting voice to be an integral part of the territory of malicious the united kingdom its notion down and suffering over the. today.
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britain forced it to give up the islands in exchange for independence back in 1968 but the u.k. and agree to the move in exchange for benefits at the time. when it's no longer needed for defense maintains a military base there by the way. so . divisive among residents groups whether or not. we want to remain a british overseas territory and we want to be resettled in the whole and our search we want these countries these islands to belong to us we need these of these
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islands this is our right and this is our homeland and we don't want it to be given to another state our people want to be resettled 1st then we will make a decisions whom we want to be governed by and in future we of course we would want to become an independent country where as far as of your concern right now we want to remain a british overseas territory we need to put pressure on them. you can't govern man just deal what he will do for us we have been fighting back in fact for a long time 50 years have passed what did you get that it meant. nothing we need to find we need to stick if we need to bring them to the marshes government he's packing for this affair and did you get a spanking of the same god we can't just turn we want our rights because our right
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has been nice we want our country back we don't know which we have who we've called it will be. we would like our country. something else next extension to us intelligence powers to surveil americans has been signed off by president trope we can report it's part of the patriot act and is designed to give us lawmakers 3 more months to resume debate in the next financial year it's thought that might help escape yet another government shutdown but the resolution didn't pass unanimously. congress should have ended this beleaguered spying program and enacted meaningful surveillance reform a long time ago it is disappointing that congress is said extend and spying powers never peed only been used to violate americans privacy rights and trying to bury this extension in must pass funding i just nation. democratic leaders are using the spending bill to sneak through a reauthorization of the patriot act so
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a bit of history again shortly after 911 the u.s. patriot act initially was able to strengthen national security you may recall it's been revised a number of times the latest being in 2015 which was the u.s. freedom act now along the way this law is coming in for a lot of criticism for giving for a start u.s. intelligence a legal tool to spy on citizens the f.b.i. and the n.s.a. can access people's phone calls their e-mails their financial records without a court order because of it investigative journalist dave lindorff describes the as a questionable one and it will go further and further to say it's a waste of time. you can have your phone tapped when you're not even suspected of anything just because they want to monitor you and see whether they find out something by monitoring you that's not a free country the intelligence that they've been gathering has only possibly stopped one minor terrorist act and even met questionable so all of this
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law has been a waste of time but it huge violation of people's freedom and it makes a joke out of the 1st amendment that if people can be spied on who are guilty or suspected of anything. and there really is no bill of rights it's all you know verbiage with no. new reality to back it up. more to brief you on this morning overnight clashes in the iraqi capital between government demonstrators and security offices have left 4 dead and at least 27 wounded it follows thursday's bloodshed in baghdad which saw 8 people killed the protests erupted at the start of october with anger of the government corruption mass unemployment and failing public services. hundreds of supporters of spain's right wing movements have marched through the capital to commemorate the 83rd anniversary of the death of its found a say antonio primo de rivera protesters chanted slogans in support of spanish unity
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to vera was a pro fascist spanish politician and was executed during the spanish civil war. where they have fall one of going to call it has of this small blanketing pakistan 2nd largest city forcing schools and colleges to shut down for at least 3 days it's a bad honesty international's issued a warning over the deteriorating air quality in lahore stressing that every resident in the city they say is that risk is thick fog that descends on the city every december but the problems grow worse in recent years because of high levels of pollution. so of course. electric cars but doesn't always go to plan like this story electric vehicle make a tesla may be renowned for pushing the boundaries in eco transport but a showcase for the launch of its futuristic new cyber truck proved to be well not exactly the smash hit the firm had been hoping for.
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sure yeah. well. maybe i was a little too hard. it didn't go through hoops but it's not only the windows that don't make the cut at tesla car owner in europe learned the hard way that the very heart of the vehicles the big old battery could prove lethal. ecologists. i enjoyed every minute of driving this car from the 1st to last it's amazing to drive an electric car when it catches fire 10 seconds after a collision just 60 kilometers per hour and you're happy to pass it by saves you from death while i'm disappointed.
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in. is used in the battery cells of electric cars the same that are used from about phones and cordless drills it ignites the fire going to be extinguished with water it continues to burn it simply provides itself with oxygen from the water it burns until it burns out completely. tearing company said it was in a vicious circle as nobody would agree to take a car. at a company that was supposed to dispose of broken cars or rather their batteries but this company told me they have still not received permission from the ministry because apparently my tesla is the 1st fully electric car in australia which needed to be disposed of. very negative towards electric cars as long as there are other cars on the market i would never buy one again. you would need to think about the
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looks of it is there was why things looking so far from the r.t. international newsroom so far today this saturday morning coming up to exactly 27 minutes on the button past 9 o'clock there it is. more a social media for so much more for me kevin or to the rest of great weekend. he always still got you into your tirade indeed that's ruthless need. to discredit. you. who want to talk about you think about it.
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can they. get on with all. the read too much haha get to be a good tone goof on the author to get on with your affair with good children till one with all that you can fire one next time you don't come fall. you know world of big partisan movies lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the path and shouting past each other it's tolerance for critical thinking it's time to fight
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for the middle for the troops the time is now for washing clothes for watches the hawks. young elephants have come to us soft. myspace sleep through so pledging incidents because sadly the baby elephants often do see their mother as not only be killed but also be cut up and voted. i do believe the elephant smile i see it in these little ones they all say so they express insane says. the.
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this is true but broadcasted around the world in covering all aspects of our global economy in the 21st century and i'm 50 i was 10 here's what's coming up today christmas is a particularly important part of the response to today's challenges because it is both today's demands and tomorrow supplying a t.v. has a new leader in the reins as christine legarde has made her 1st speech in her new role today will break it down and what the future of the eurozone may look like under fresh leadership. sure yeah. yeah tesla's bag of the hot seat as it's all.


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