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the german military's deadliest missions in 1945 came to an end late on tuesday night when the last bonus, fer soldiers in afghanistan started their journey home. the last us troops are expected to withdraw later this week. and what will they leave behind? almost 20 years ago, f dana stay and became the front line in the us and nato's war against terror. now the top us general in the country warning the fighting may not be over that soon. it will be the tele bond against afghan troops. and yet another war, a civil war on broad gulf and berlin. this is the day the ah, the security situation is not, not good right now it's what we're seeing is the rapid loss of our district centers . what we want to see,
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what we'd like to see is the taliban returned to the peace process in a incredible way as we spoke about what is what the people want. it is a, a political settlement that brings peace, the afghans mission accomplished the you have fulfilled. your assignments. also coming up showing as communist party is telling, it's a chief minutes on it's $100.00 birthday tonight we look at how be jean, of celebrating an attempt at self reflection. that becomes an exercise in self delusion that they paint the picture of an ascending global power whose rise is inevitable. it is the kind of fanatic nationalism that the world saw 100 years ago . the communist party is completely incapable of introspection and to reflect on itself is fastened only to our view, some p
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b s in the united states into all of you around the world. welcome. we begin the de leaving f dana stan asking did we do what we came to do last night? the final german troops, station id, f, d n, a stand left the country. later this week, the withdrawal of us troops is expected to be completed, ending a mission that began almost 2 decades ago, a mission that became america's longest war. it was the 911 terror attacks in the us in 2001 that prompted the us lead mission in afghanistan. the target, the tale bon, which controlled f n a stand at the time and had given the $911.00 terrorists a place to plot their attacks. 2 trillion dollars later and countless casualties among african civilians and alliance forces. can anyone claim mission accomplished as the withdrawal ends? the taliban is reclaiming territory quickly. the top us general predicted a civil war. could he run within months and that could spell doom for the fragile
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progress that was achieved under the protective umbrella of an alliance. that is now going home for peter, she dick afghan, as dan is a home away from home for more than 30 years, he and his wife and a marine have been 8 workers. they're teaching children how to read and write and do math. both are disappointed with the international community's achievements on the events. it says 1000000000 reconstruction should have begun administrative level fungus and they should have put an administration in place and kept a close eye on what they did with all the funding. none of that was checked. they just kept throwing money at it and when things didn't work out, they just threw more ms. gordon on vincent clay club to know how much was navigation? isn't this? should it say children still don't learn enough at school? partly because international partners made mistakes on an organizational level to
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be home, feel good both. they built a lot so they built lots of schools that no one cared what was happening inside them without the it was all very rudimentary for lunchtime data. despite debate about whether the intervention of the international community was worthwhile, there have been marked improvements, especially in education unesco, say the number of kids enrolling in schools has risen clearly. but the education gap between rural and urban areas remains would be that there has been considerable progress at primary school level. is estimated that half of all afghans can now read and write that with different 20 years ago. for once again, the same goes for educating girls. in the 1990 is under the taliban, they got no education at all. while women were completely oppressed under the taliban, their situation remains precarious,
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but they have gained some rights. they can vote join political movements and go into business law, but state level corruption remains endemic, transparency, international ranks of chemist in as one of the world, most corrupt countries. one reason why aid money doesn't always reach its intended destination. i know we have to acknowledge that the international community was not capable of laying down rules on how the money was to be spent often or given the income never got around to introducing good governance or tackling corruption. you'll think you will feel too few. and when in cold joints, mackenzie, the security situation remains dramatic. now the taliban is pushing to get back into power. already has half the country under
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his control. that's why annemarie and peters critic expect the situation in afghanistan to stay just as it's always been extremely unstable. of the we're face though, i don't see any long term piece as side unless the government reconciles with the taliban and trying to get the countries or did out itself. and that of us often on sibling. still the couple planned to go back again soon. they say the people need their help now more than ever. well my 1st guess tonight is dr . eleanor, so i know the country director for if can stand if the german think tank, the conrad i know or foundation and she joins me from here in berlin. it's good to have you on the day i want to start by getting your opinion on this. we've been hearing all day from the german military that this was a mission accomplished in afghanistan. do you agree?
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well, i think we don't have accomplished all of our goals and expectations and we have stayed below expectations in many points. and we just heard about we don't have security for the off guns in the country. we don't have basic infrastructure in cobbler. we have only a few hours of water and electricity a day, and corruption fighting has not been successful. in many points, we have not accomplished. i understand that you are planning to return to cobble in july. does that trip now take on more risks and dangerous for you personally? now that us and nato forces have withdrawn? yes, of course it takes more risk and also it's completely unpredictable about the next weeks and months at what we will see. and my security setup, of course, is much more safer than many outcomes have been cobble or enough gone on. but it's
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unpredictable for all of us, and we don't know under what risk and under what conditions i will return to accomplish. what do you say? when you're back in couple, if afghans come up to you and say, germany, the u. s. have abandoned us. what's your response? well, i say to them that i have always said to me to my african partners and networks. i have always said you don't have to wait, you cannot wait for an external savior and an african solution. a peaceful solution can only come from inside from the guns themselves, and i can only call on the international community also to place confidence in the off guns that they can reach a peaceful temperament. but of course, there's no guarantee of success in what's your feeling from the, the, is that you talk with in the country. i mean, is there any possibility that a peaceful resolution can be found with a totally bon?
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well currently the mood is really shifting and people become much more pessimistic and i can really feel the tension growing day by day and also the anxieties increasing day by day. and the problem is not only to tale bon, many groups in the country and many conflict parties to the conflict. and this is the difficult task of getting in negotiated settlement that all of the interest the different interests are kind of represented and also balanced. and so i think that holly bond, yes, they are now the dominating force, but there are many groups. and now we see in rearming of militias in the country. what i find quite worried, and that has to really spell doom for the future of women's rights in the country or does it? yes it's of course it's women's rights of human rights. it's all to the freedom of media, the freedom of trans, the feed, freedom of expression. so i see,
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particularly when we, when we talk about women rights and education, i see more of the danger to islam eyes ation off at the location of the public life of public media. and this is the main threat that i see if we have a government in the future with italy, bon, illinois, i know from the conrad in our foundation doctors and we appreciate your time tonight. we wish you all the best on your upcoming, just to call me and say thank you. well, the architect of the us invasion of afghanistan and iraq, former defense secretary donald rumsfeld, has died at the age of $88.00 rumsfeld's or twice as pentagon chief under president joe board and george w bush. but it was his 2nd time in the role that turned him into a controversial figure as he shapes the us war on terror in the wake of 911 to the very end rumsfeld. if you never admitted making any mistakes, i ask anyone around the world,
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what image they immediately associate with modern di china and if they're old enough, many will point to this 11989. stand off on p. m and square one man, demanding democracy against one tank and one party, the chinese communist party. well, we know what happened here. a massacre that sniffed out any hope of revolution. but inside china, these images, this history they've been erased will out of existence by the communist party. this week, china's communist party is marking. it's 100 anniversary with nationwide celebrations . festivities and fanfare all approved for public consumption by beijing. now the parties, origins, go back to 1921, a secret meeting of 53 people in a home in shanghai, in 1949. following a civil war party leader mel's, i don't see the power in china. he oversaw all decades of war,
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famine and repression and exerted a monopoly over both state and society. in the late 1970 china began opening up for business and decades of unprecedented economic growth followed today. china is the world's 2nd biggest economy and achievement, that president, she's been paying is touting among many others. but in china, what is fact? and what is fiction? today tourist boots ply this lake but 100 years ago it was a small group of marxists to sort out this a deluxe, but they had convened in shanghai, but the fear of spies. so then move their meeting to boat on non lake, 100 kilometers south of the city. he is where they found that the communist party today non who receives visitors from all over china. that meant that it is the communist party that stands for and has brought us the good
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life. we have to day to day the household for month. the government has built an impressive museum on the shore visitors. i told the story of the party that has tireless, fought with the nations of the chinese nation. but during the cultural revolution, millions where you really aged and killed. or there was mouth, great famine with tens of millions of victims by an erroneous collectivist ation policy. those pictures are absent from the exhibition of course, in the development of a party like ours achievements, and there are problems. but overall our party has maintained the right cause and has made great efforts. so in our exhibition, we focus on this big trend on what really matters not everyone
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sees the trend in the same way, which is one of the few critics who still dare to speak out. he compares the parties confidence to germany and japan before world war 2. how much is that about the g? they paint a picture of an ascending global power whose rise is inevitable. it is the kind of fanatic nationalism that the world saw 100 years ago. the communist party is completely incapable of introspection and to reflect on itself, fascinatingly, all over the country. historic party locations are turning into pilgrimage sites. here in shanghai, the party founders convene before fleeing to the lake party cells from all over china, happy organizing, visits to the site. the submission has received a complete make over with a prominent role for president seeds in p. here to party history is
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a carefully engineer narrative. to jazz is tory and at the party history institute, which is supervised by the center committee. there are materials we cannot publish . this has to do with our position. research or communication have to deposit the people. that is our standpoint of movies. aging is pulling out all the stops to celebrate the centennial of the chinese communist party. but it's a party that remains under extremely tight control. when my 2nd gets denied, grew up during chinese cultural revolution. today she lives in the us and runs china. change a website covering the stories that don't make it past the sensors shining a light on human rights abuses in china. joshua tell joins me now. it's good to have you on the program. trying to communist party is turning a 100 years old. it has ruled the country for over 70 years. it out lived the
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soviet union. what is the secret to success? pipe control. so the 1st 30 years, i've heard the program before me it was the disastrous right? so the, the opening up and the reform, it's really a half hearted. there are things they wanted to open up and the reform to take advantage of the rest of the world, the market and technology and the world. welcome to china. but they're all parked depth of china. not the communist party has never meant to to reform open up to answer your question. ready the secrets are really, it's very simple. anyone who travel up in china in late seventy's or,
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or throughout the eighty's you, you saw china what china was like. everybody was suppressed down you know, half of fix to place to work fixed place to live, half a level of freedom to just travel or money to do so. but after they reform and the opening up, it's like, oh, i like to get a metal for like a curfew. that's the cur. previously the curfew was set to after 3 pm, 3 pm during the day, and now the curfew is lifted up to midnight. so people did enjoy freedom to some extent, but they or another matter for my cage, the cage was very, very small. everybody was stuff there can't move. now the cage is rather,
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it's somewhat to big and people there are many people are chinese inside china or so brainwashed, they forgot that they are. there is a case where they are, you know the success. yes. so let me just ask you. yeah, let me just ask you the, the chinese people, they have experience, unprecedented economic growth in the last decades. many people now are wealthy, you've got a big middle class and it's growing. have they allow themselves to be almost to be bought by the communist party. we give up our right to rule ourselves in exchange for material goods that the rest of the world has. well, the middle class chinese, or have been for good 20 years, increasingly aware of their rights and the they are the m freedom
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side of the society. even including those who live in the system by which i mean they work for the state. i think what you just said is, is a half truth narrative that we sort of describe the middle class in china. but the thing is, the chinese in general, especially the middle class, they understand that the, if they ask more, they'll be punished. so they have to learn not to ask more. are they satisfied? i really don't think so. yes, we tell the founder, editor of trying to change, we appreciate your time, your insides throughout the fortunately we're out of time, but we appreciate you giving us an insider's view of what is happening in china. thank you. thank you so much for having me. oh,
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i feel like my inhumanity is restored, but it's also a picture for all of my female in daily victory for women. i think i think the jury i did it was an emotional moments from 2018. when you, as comedian bill cosby was convicted of sexual assault. you have to wonder what the plaintiff is saying and thank you right now. today in pennsylvania court overturned crosby's conviction and ordered his immediate release from prison. pennsylvania supreme court ruled that a prior agreement with a prosecutor bard cosby from being charged in the case. cosby was convicted in jailed in 2018 for drugging and molesting a woman at his suburban estate. earlier i spoke to our bedroom, entertainment journalist key, j matthews, in los angeles. she told us what this ruling means for bill cosby. centrally,
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not only has he been released, but he cannot be retried, remember the 1st trial against him ended in a hung jury, the 2nd trial and did a conviction where he was given anywhere from 3 to 10 years to serve. he's only served a little over 2 years of his sentence so, so many people were surprised that he was being released and that he was being released so quickly. but what many people don't understand is why. and a lot of this goes back to the fact that his, his attorneys made an agreement with the prior district attorney in philadelphia back then stating that basically if you come in and give a deposition and tell us what you know and what you've done in exchange for that, we will not prosecute you. we will not charge you. well he did. he came in, he talked about getting certain women drugs. he testified when he thought was under oath and was honest to the best of his knowledge. and shortly after that he was
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charged and he was convicted. and so now the philadelphia supreme court is saying that was wrong. why do we know k j? how did it was able to get through all the way to trial? then if the deal was made the deal was made, but you know, a lot of this is instructed in secrecy because the district attorney that charged him is no longer there. and so a lot of the key key players into parts have moved on. and so i think what his attorneys were saying, we're going to allow this to move to the proper channels in the appeal process that they always believe that the supreme court or the state supreme court that is, would rule in their behalf. and they were right. so yes, they were worried about the conviction. yes, they were upset about the convention, but they ultimately believe that if this case, this appeal would move up to the state supreme court that it would rule him, bill cosby space. and so he's not clear to me know what he's saying that he's, he's not guilty. we know that this is more of course that that is a legal that is
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a legal thing. this his conviction has been overturn. but that does not mean that he is innocent. remember, a lot of technicalities, how you look at the law between or not, somebody's in an innocent whether they've been convicted and whether a conviction is overturned. so we have to be really careful about how we phrased that. and this is one assault, but i, you know, i remember dozens of women have accused him of sexual assault over a period of many years. do you expect there to be new allegations? there could be, you know, but so many women have already come for over 50. women have told their stories to very many public, you know, newspapers and television stations all around the world. res. so so many women have come forward. so many women have told the same story about bill cosby. so there may be some other charges that come, but as we know it now with this particular case, he cannot be tried and he is already $83.00. so i'm not sure how long it would take
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them to come up with some other case with some other evidence. be able to present that. be able to get a jury to say yes, we think there's enough for a charge and then have that play out. that would take quite some time. so i'm not sure where that would stand. yeah, it's an amazing turn of events that is for sure. keeping matthews in los angeles. k . g is always thank you. this week police in greece recovered a painting by pablo picasso. stolen 9 years ago from the country's national gallery, during a presentation of the recovered art work, gravity happened. take a look. the painting was being shown to reporters, and it had just been placed on a ledge when it slipped and fell. it is not thought to have been damaged in the fall. it hurts to look the dozen. picasso presented. the woman's head painting is a gift to the greek nation in 1949, the recognition of their resistance to fascism during world war 2. the
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