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the software actually is requested to include a number of languages among them farsi korean and russian now this is quite interesting in light of the fact that all throughout media allegations have been made that in russia there are troll farms or armies of bots being deployed to influence the united states vs social media this allegation has been very widely circulated in the u.s. press there's been talk about it in congress all kinds of allegations have been leveled about russia allegedly trying to influence the united states through social media but this advertisement talking about hiring someone at the request of intelligence in the united states it is simply piers as if the u.s. army is looking to do the very same thing that russia is accused of doing while the pentagon is still true to our requests for comment on this story but we did discuss the she with the n s a whistleblower william binney and also film and my five agent . well i mean what they really want to do is be able to monitor royce
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communications or any kind of communications text and be able to assess it and. check it for other threats or things like that or even. from some of the manipulation programs even respond. and try to manipulate the other person at the other end so i mean all intelligence agencies have this is one of their objectives the white papers are generally circulated among contractors who do business with the government so it is a little unusual to see these things out in the public as far as i know that the most obvious interpretation would be that this is a pushback against the allegations that have been made consistently for the last eighteen months about so-called russian troll phone influencing elections across the west and it's interesting to see that the languages that they're advertising for are part of the language of iran and of course north korea and russia so that would be a bit of a sort of give away about which countries they want to be targeting. well from
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online bots to viral photos one facebook post has helped capture a japanese gangland boss who was on the run for more than ten years.
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one of britain's leading girls' schools is stopping referring to its pupils as girls in a controversial move to adopt more gender neutral language offering him grammar school for girls defended the policy saying it is trying to break in grain habits to help students with gender identity issues adding that we welcome and celebrate diversity although the move has got people wondering how the girls' school should now be described.
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although grama does say it's got no plans to drop the word girls from its title we did ask some of the locals what they think about this gender neutral policy. the majority of us would be happy to be called girls ridiculous i think girls are girls and boys are boys there's too many pressures on pupils too much attempt to move everything towards gender neutrality i think it actually leads to more confusion rather than clarification this is a girls' school and it's extraordinary that children are being encouraged to go along the path we're going to have more and more children with mental health problems who are confused and unhappy by all means support children who have a gender issue but don't do it at the expense of the majority do not rob them of their gender identity we only need to apply those basic principles of religions
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that we treat other people how we wish to be treated and we solve the problem we need to stop foisting pushing adult neuroses onto these young children. in the morning a deadline is looming for the u.s. president on whether to extend sanctions relief for iran as part of the nuclear deal struck in twenty fifteen trump is a vocal opponent of the green mint and u.s. officials are suggesting new restrictions could be imposed. i am expecting new sanctions on iran we continue to look at them we've rolled them out and i think. you can expect there will be more sanctions coming the president still strongly believes this is one of the worst deals of all time the administration is continuing to work with congress and with our allies to address those flaws and will keep you guys post as a decision on that front is made well ahead of america's decision the french president told trump they were in favor of
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a strict application of the green mint with this statement on thursday from other european countries. the great value of the trip c.p.o. way that you deal with iran the deal is working we want to. protect just a few a few white support for this deal make sure that the lifting of nuclear related sanctions has a positive impact on trade for iran is in compliance with this agreement of the only agreement which prevents us from the proliferation of nuclear weapons it's crucial for the security of the region but also for the security of the main target is really to pressure the american government. to stick to the deal do the nuclear deal with iran that is the main objective i believe from the e.u. side not just the e.u. as a whole but also for france and germany as separate member states of the u.n.
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security council what would happen if really the u.s. stepped out of the deal this is not something like like like the climate the climate agreement this is something that would have much worse consequences. while the iran nuclear deal was signed in twenty fifteen hour after nine years of talks mystic's other countries including the u.s. and it was seen as a major breakthrough ending a long running confrontation but washington now insists the deal does allow to around to expand its nuclear capabilities we discussed the story with two middle east academics what we see at the moment we see a historic drift between the united states. and the e.u. we never ever seen such a gap such distance between the e.u. and the u.s. at least over the last thirty or forty years what happened today in brussels was really interesting effectively every important player in the e.u.
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defied the verdicts of president trump. i don't think trump has any problem in particular with the deal because i'm not even sure he's ever read the deal but one thing is clear and that trump has a problem with anything that obama has done before him and we've seen that when it came to the paris accords on global warming i mean health care or obamacare anything that obama has that is considered to be a part of obama's legacy is something that trump wants to demolish and it isn't just over iran where the u.s. is being called to account then you ambassador to the netherlands has come under fire from journalists there at his very thick a news conference he refused to defend previous remarks on the influence of vice who in europe and he's not the only one trying to give the press the slip.
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was it for. the issues that i know revisiting you should know last year you said this is a book that's something you believe you want to. do not this is. why don't you answer the question my answer because this is not works for this if. we're going to use cluster weapons in yemen this is like the question you just proved in your life. yes or no yes.
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now brand new us submarine project set to be delivered in twenty thirty one could actually be left dead in the water right at the beginning of its development stage with more harm misses me to france to santiago meet the columbia class submarines the u.s. navy's ambitious project to replace old nuclear submarines set to be decommissioned from twenty twenty seven twelve ballistic missile submarines will carry seventy percent of america's nuclear arsenal and are supposed to be packed with new technologies the colombia class submarine program is well positioned to provide needed capability at an affordable price on the time i need to meet national strategic to turn requirements. the new class isn't expected to enter service until twenty thirty one but already at a design stage it's causing some huge concerns the u.s.
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government accountability office is latest report highlights quite a few problems with the super project some of the knowledge e is yet to be developed heavy de lay's are expected and the costs could skyrocket columbia classes not from down to quickly to address program risks this is more likely than no the columbia class program will exceed the navy's one hundred twenty eight billion estimate of total acquisition cost as expensive and of big so teacher comportment ring a bell anyone columbia's submarines are already being compared to the f. thirty five fighter jet the u.s. military's most costly and arguably most miss civitas project the f. thirty five assessment reports have pointed to at least two hundred seventy six deficiencies in combat performance marked as critical to correct from unacceptable flight performance when breaking the sound barrier to overheating problems and cyber security vulnerabilities hundreds of issues of all kinds.
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so why would the us pursue another ambitious project and insist it's flawless despite worrying assessments called front loading you make a lot of big promises up front that this wonderful new technology is going to work just perfectly and then you hook in congress to commit to funding something like this and as with the f. thirty five once things don't work as player and then it's not very easy to get off the hook because they've already committed the money upfront to get the project started it's something that the that the military industrial complex together at the pentagon has done for decades congress has a long history of appropriating money for weapons systems and other military equipment that the pentagon neither wants nor needs so ultimately this is
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a political issue where you see unfortunately the columbia class submarine could mark the next big sinking of american taxpayers' money i mean look the u.s. has the largest military budget of ball yet a massive chunk of it is wasted on disastrous projects which are still being carried out only because they are too big to fail middle class and jagow r.t. . things with us this morning now on the way in the next few minutes it's the latest edition of r.t. stan collymore show and stan has been catching up with a former england footballer gary lineker to remember some of the highlights of his international career. it's not really go. did england interest meit's.
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remember it was you know all this money supply in the world cup nobody knew exactly where all the walls he could play. little girls well that i think few suspended as i remember the team mate who gave in but we wrote and said i should tell you this. scout report on a i don't know that well he said i shouldn't tell you this. because we go by. the truth they were good so i went to do a penalty about to start a penalty taking practice but with russell. well. i've been told that the color it's got spine the stadium watching the train the guy who comes in disco penalty thing i thought right ok go just hit the one you've practiced you know how do you know how to do it just bob just do that do that do that and the soon is a stroke. it was perfect and also even before
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a stroke i could see the keeper diving to his room. so we come a bloke up in the stands recovery and growth was there i'll never know but. after ninety minutes extra times to to so we go for the team to bobby bobby has. so much . great story in you can i watch the stan collymore show you shortly will be back with more in just over half an. when you don't.
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know. that. you speak french. it's being called an olympic truce after months of over the top rhetoric the two careers are talking again the first time in two years is this a serious diplomatic opening or merely a ploy south korea appears to welcome this is the same apply to washington. in two thousand and sixteen the panama papers show the world with
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a tax haven the secrets to trilling and united states dollars passed through most. in the amount of time that we've been in panama papers exposure that's what it shows off money it really is. journalism it's an act of journalism looking at things that people want to keep secret and asking why would they want to keep these things secret. millions of. documents we're examining. the all the people we basically have tried to get an advantage out of this sort of newspaper. and probably other politician which what. other politicians the media would point to find their targets such as the kings of morocco in saudi arabia the president of argentina several prime ministers. and russian president vladimir putin of course. i think i've had so i have sued so many
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newspapers for defamation some things don't just happen by chance it was very striking there were no more americans and especially a lot of people from the brics countries specially brazil russia and china that this special project reveals what was missed in the media coverage. the panama chronicles. a very warm welcome to the stone cold and will show coming up i'm going to be speaking to the one and only girl in the crowd about england's incredible moments in the world cup campaign one. nation that failed to qualify for next year's world cup was no why we got the chance to follow one of their former international stars
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lost by the heat and now we know wage and premier league manager we visit today in beautiful sound if you want. we already in cold wet and windy something old in the size of no whites a chalk full it's a mites of mine replied nothing i'm forced to get to the place in the nineteenth ninety four welcome to the no weekend nationals a mad he's the manager of the local people flogging premier late same hey no like it's a chop with lost ball meaning. you won't go in there looking very well. gone to rugby dressing rooms. where in the home dressing room his son feel no wait in a premier league with want to i was from kick off would be given privileged access you see here bates talent of talent doesn't work call it that's one of the things in dressing rooms around the world that inspirational comments to be able to get
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the players open and ready for the guy in the place of the ones the lockers. is ready and as we move around the dressing room that's a quote there from pep guardiola in norwegian and then we get round again we've got the players kate and he has a little luck. with the big sis and of course most bohemian. forest but ninety nine hundred ninety s. has begun to fall he played for nothing in forty stall we can see blackburn rovers so alex ferguson quote if you give me once you will keep twice no dressing room should ever be without music pretty much when i was a player it was hey paul pete was rap exactly the same in twenty seven saying the players get a choice of music a couple of bikes it's a warm up and the noise from premier li on some field is ready to go. you have a new laws you have
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a new i'm ready ready supply plate for them to die goals. for pass protection feel. welcome ok get used to the species the bosses room and this is where the laws of these technical stuff fall before the game with a brain in the home dressing room it would just show you around quickly this is where all the coaches usually three four five coaches fit as people physios must there's the boss as my foreman say might last bohemian nice to say the in the twenty seven same or implies a pink boots goal boot silva boots he's gone for the all classics copra monday owl that's what he used to way when he used to give me a nazi and force noise to say they still has them then. and again to explode so he
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will just sit with the coaches and decide who's playing who's playing way. the couch is for. political reasons which is unusual so you know c n n live there. so when being in the dressing room we want to chat with the boss before the big guy in the no wagering primarily on the last minute preparations you can say the play is now it's gotten talking. about. that. that
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something fueled one super bowl still very sold and let's wait to see which keeps them in the no wager friendly molded like it flew into the season that means a very popular man in just a hop the last boeing and we could have a chat with him in the morning. was. the. last to launch it's appearing in sun fuel it's fantastic when yesterday which may well keep your in the norwegian premier league for the season incredible achievement for such a small club. i've seen you do so to be sure more you've played doing when you've played in well cope's one management was so i was a sports director for a while and i thought i was quite an interesting job but it was too far away from
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the pitch too far away from where the decision decisions well. made. less contact with a player so i tried. coaching in a second division team i really love that we did well and. good season and then this club picked me up and i been there four years now and i just love it it's the closest thing that you can get to being a player and so you miss it. or you number she's managed you want to go back to england where you play. burnell france or italy or spain is it is it paul the plan . it's part of my. my dream. but i am in no rush i have. plenty of time but i have some time i'm getting older but i'd like to go abroad and it's difficult to say i mean no region managers in england has been really successful but. i want to go abroad and see what i can do and i
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definitely want to go to a bigger club with bigger resources that can win at least at least titles in this club that's going to be difficult so we'll be building clubs. building this club over four years and. it's a limit it's limited to how far we can go here. in the dressing room the quotes one from pep guardiola mum from sir alex ferguson. inspirational quotes which is normal dressing rooms. really inspirational and i think you've taken. a little bit from from many also from people who haven't. been playing around for years as a leader more maybe as a coach marine you as a coach. thorough. planned everything is structured us everything is and also how he does everything to win and he's prepared to do everything sacrificed everything to win and sometimes it goes over the line i think but. try to steal
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from every i could be from a second. coach here in this country could be from from tried to still. come. on to ninety four world cup second ranked team in the world in the mid ninety's been waging national. fifteen. insert experience then why was that norwegian seem so special in the midst knowing. why is the bring the drop off it was a big. generation from the guys born in sixty eight sixty nine seventy maybe seventy one was there was also a time when. when the england open up a little bit for foreigners and no reason players got really popular and they also got to play regularly in the top teams and that for me it made all the difference. when we then came and played holland in england we were like baffled by the
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situations we thought we could we could win i think in ninety five ninety six in that period we had over twenty players playing in england top teams and playing regularly and now and hardly any thing. but i think that it's got to do with the football is good but that football caught up with us a little bit and we did some stuff in that period organizing the football being playing four five one really cynical football very direct very good playing in the zone of defense system that we did really well now the team it's different cultures different opposition i think that the teams around us is caught up with the us over time and we haven't been doing good work in this country for many years so i think for us we need to find sort of a nice that we could be really good at and we could start climbing but we've never been able to again never would never happen would you be interested in managing the
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low wage national team at some stage in your career maybe in ten fifteen years that would probably feel natural and the right place to be so you're in long term we do that and you also see you know we got. you know all of their coaching. fifteen sixteen seventeen so they're in there and i think that the whole the whole group from the from that generation is sort of dominating the football at the moment and i think that's good we'll develop. our game from that. i don't think it's just me wants to be a national coach in about ten or fifteen years there's a few others i think i want to beat out as well from my from my generation. or ideally what would laws by going to be doing the next voice water used on what would the career path very get a bigger club in norway. and do well with and move abroad and the most natural thing for no reason coach is to either go to denmark or to sweden
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and if you get one of those clubs and then you do well then i think that. it would or could be realistic to to talk about them and if you look at some of the other courses that we've had like stoller stood back and it was a move so yeah. we tend to go go that route over all of the they don't go from norway and then straight out to in the germany or for holland like that it needs to be a career that's been built up so they see that you can manage different levels of football and at the moment i'm at the bottom level so i got a few steps to go last thank you good good thanks good to see a pleasure. joys of the breakers we speak to form a wall called golden bear when a governing the calf stay with us.
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all to see we have a great team we need to strengthen before the freefall world cold and your bets have been a legend to keep it so it's at the back. in one thousand nine hundred two that must qualify for the european championships at the very last moment no one believed in us but we won and i'm hoping to bring some of the winning spirit to the r.c.t. . recently i've had a lot of practice so i can guarantee you that peter schmeichel will be on the best fall since my last will call him that throws or three. thousand zero zero zero zero zero rush. nice dry. left left left more or less ok stop that's really good unfortunately it appears that wants.


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