tv [untitled] October 22, 2013 3:00pm-3:31pm EDT
picture today. from the. bloodshed and six killed and dozens injured as a peaceful autumn monday in russia's volgograd is shattered by a suicide attack on a passenger bus we report from a city in mourning in the aftermath of the last cause by a career jihad this. also in today's headlines says. the u.s. must explain why these people have been killed civilian casualties a lack of transparency and no justice for the victims international lashes out of washington for its drone war in pakistan saying some of the killings amount to war crimes. and norway becomes the latest country to over its citizens
joining the syrian jihad launches a global hunt for two teenage girls have gone to syria to fight alongside the islamists that. night from a studio in moscow where she turned eleven pm. twenty four hours a day. volgograd is mourning the victims of a suicide bomb attack on a passenger bus that claimed the lives of six and injured dozens well we just received new footage of the exact moment of the tragedy release from the investigative committee now here it is this is the moment when the bus is traveling along the road and that is when the explosion happens all this is taken off on the dash cam which is installed in the car just behind the bus there we can see that
the smoke dissipates after the explosion showing daybreak strewn all over the road and now passengers leaping out of the bar some through the doors and as we can see now others jumping out of the windows as the other cars on the road come to a standstill while lindsey français lindsey france witness the aftermath of the tragedy in the southern russian city. at this point investigators according to four people involved in this case they point to thirty year old aida i see all of us from dagestan a career jihad it as the suicide bomber in the case and then three men also involved one dimitri sokol love who is her reported husband was on his way to moscow and then two men waiting for them there from dagestan both of them wanted for twin terrorist attacks in dagestan back in two thousand and twelve so police are on the hunt for those three men at this point report stated she got on the bus
shortly after that is when the explosion took place shop will t.n.t. and a grenade remnants were found at the site which six dead and more than forty injured many of them very severely local hospital it is dated with very graphic witnesses say that there were severed limbs and severe words many of those cases were said to moscow for further treatment i we've got an eyewitness we spoke to who came upon the situation just moments after here's what he's got to say about what happened to her and her there were many ambulances and police around people getting out from the coast to help they were pulling people into the bus giving the water sharing their first aid kits what shocks me is that there was one woman still inside the bus satchel covered in blood and i couldn't tell whether she was dead or like the bus route starts at the city's heart center also pulses near the university so the bus was full of hope patients and students also a large bomb was found near
a shopping mall in dagestan by anti-terrorist police also last night and islamic prayer center was firebombed here in volgograd so investigators are looking at that as well so there are many pieces to this puzzle that finally need to come together before we get a clear picture of how this was carried out and why it was done. meanwhile at the scene of the explosion investigators found a bus ticket from dagestan's capital to moscow and they say there's a possibility that it belonged to the suicide bomber now this may serve as evidence that she together with three other militants was planning to carry out a terrorist attack in moscow but for some reason decided to carry out in volgograd we discussed the issue of terror threats with alexander donovan who's a doctor of law and a visiting lecturer at several u.s. universities and he told us terrorism is no longer a regional matter but an international concern. i can tell you that you know we're
dealing with this kind of a terrorist international channel divide what's happening in america in boston or in oklahoma city and then in ninety five well we cannot separate it from what has just happened in volgograd all from what happened in there all the just several weeks ago we are in the same boat and this is where unfortunate and we need to deal with it this is something you know about happens on the kind of irregular basis this is not first time this is not the last time but once again on the way in the same boat and unlike just several years that you went ahead with school and you know this expression one person's terrorist is another person's freedom fighter i can see it now. no matter what if somebody is added to it to russia and the russian government will have a terrorist attacks in russia this is a terrorist attack not just against the russian people it's against this is a terrorist attack against everybody. on our web team is creating all the latest
for you on the terror attack involving brad for expensive background information eyewitness reports pictures and footage go to party dot com. many of the deaths in u.s. drone strikes in pakistan are unlawful and amount to war crimes claims amnesty international a new damning report released today looks at recent incidents and cites horrific examples of the killing of children and the elderly human rights organization wants justice for the victims of unlawful strikes and calls for greater transparency and a thorough investigation and there could be a lot to look at it all began in two thousand and four when president bush was in office two thousand and six was the deadliest year in his presidency when almost a hundred civilians were killed by just two strikes two years later drones became much more frequently used and then barack obama became president in two thousand and nine now that was the year which saw the. biggest number of killings one hundred sixty two in the next twelve months the strikes almost doubled there were
more than one hundred of them and the program goes on the latest attack in pakistan happened just over a month ago well we can see the lion's share of drone strikes were carried out by the obama administration around a thousand civilians have been killed including two hundred children the total number of deaths is no more than three thousand more details now from you see coming up. the predator drone remotely controlled and heavily armed it's the weapon of choice in the cia's undeclared war in pakistan that's where the u.s. is believed to have launched more than three hundred strikes since two thousand and four the target suspected taliban and al qaeda militants the white house says better drones then boots on the ground and justifies the covert program as both affective and legal america does not take strikes to punish individuals we act
against terrorists who pose a continuing and imminent threat to the american people not so according to amnesty international in a damning new report the human rights group warns u.s. drone strikes could amount to war crimes documents recent killings in pakistan's northwest tribal areas and the lack of transparency surrounding drones this is a secret program in fact in our case we've found at least in some cases they've clearly killed civilians and some of these cases might be war crimes that really concerns us one such case is that of sixty eight year old bibi killed by a u.s. drone last october she was picking vegetables with her grandchildren when that attacks took place a double strike the children miraculously survived. most it was so then i heard that. the first hit and the second hit my cousin. but her grandmother's body was pulverized these missile fragments are all that remain of amnesty
documents other such cases but its main point the need for transparency and accountability the u.s. must explain why these people have been killed people who are clearly civilians must provide justice to these people compensation it must investigate those responsible for those killings the u.s. continues to give very little public information about the drone program but it will face more international pressure later this week that is because on friday the u.n. general assembly will be done. bating the use of remotely piloted aircraft now in a separate report a un investigation looked at thirty three drone strikes around the world not just in pakistan that violated international humanitarian law and also resulted in hundreds of civilian casualties that report also calling for more transparency and accountability from the united states reporting from moscow i am lucy catherine of we also spoke to the head of the drones report and she says people in pakistan fear
the unmanned aircraft the same way as they do the taliban and al qaeda. what we have done it's conduct painstaking research into a specific time period pakistan where u.s. has carried out drone strikes and that's a very recent eighteen months in a very particular part country in north waziristan this is one of the most neglected remote areas. suffer abuse from groups also disappearances and torture obviously detention for the focused on now. and talk about out of the sky. they're being attacked by u.s. drone strikes. in some cases it is that some of those some of the killings have been unlawful that amount to extradition executions or war crimes we contacted the u.s. government in advance of our report being published. referred us to cia referred us to the white house and the white house referred us to u.s.
president barack obama's speech on may twenty third team which made promises of transparency we've seen little change to date. they could tare poet will spend the next fifteen years in prison after a court upheld his sentence today he's charged with insulting the country's ruler and calling on people to overthrow the government in his poems. so. makes fun of the arab roots human rights organizations have condemned both the poets trial and sentence and i spoke with the research from human rights watch says the case against the poet is a blatant violation of the freedom of expression. from what we've seen of the poor that were on board onto the internet because it seemed to be a saying that he was you know guilty of will be the faces and of course you know these offenses are accorded treats international standards of freedom of expression and we saw it does seem to be a case that has a political slant to it yes there are reports he spent five months in solitary confinement before the trial even began and was denied access to
a lawyer do you know anything about that you were it gives you a look at the mountain of materials treated pretrial here in addition to that he wasn't crazy for many of the original trial stations but he wasn't even present for the final court of appeal decision which was yesterday morning despite this criticism it seems to be getting away with it doesn't it was hosting the climate change summit last year also of course winning the world cup bid we're not seeing a lot of international pressure are we really on the country over its human rights record or are seeing what pressure on both korean marching a lot pressure me make it out of the emirates and qatar which doesn't have the same levels of domestic dissenters the it's the same story the issue where they are getting pressures migrant workers' rights no point but generally speaking of international community can be a bit silent where the goal is going south and obviously. to some extent enables them to as you say to get away with some serious human rights violations. without
he would not hear mosco will be back after a short break with more for you including. the children in one of the richest countries of the world living in a type of war zone the u.k.'s most vulnerable are in danger of being left in the cold as the charities protecting them off threatened with closure. also still to come to washington falls out with its age old. historic friendship undermined by the latest n.s.a. spying scandal suggesting millions of french people had their phones tapped the full details just a few minutes. germany's finance ministry as denying reports it is preparing a third bailout for greece. of course not you know there will be no third ballot for grains so last decade this is the age of the ballot by the john this is over the bandit's bankers and brokers all that you've got no dollar euro will be left
behind and inflation deflation the competition will take every last nickel and dime . but i will only react to situations i have read the reports for. the know i will leave that to the state department to comment on your letter. to mr kerry because i'm going to talk you know. no more weasel words. when you need a direct question be prepared for a change when you when you should be ready for a. freedom of speech. down to to freedom. news continues here in o.t. the bank of america could be forced to pay six billion dollars to the u.s.
government to compensate for a risky management back in two thousand and eight the banks one of the major financial institutions held responsible for the mortgage crisis five years ago going to current is in washington with the details remember the u.s. government sued seventeen banks for misleading government sponsored mortgage agencies about the quality of mortgages they sold and the government backed those bad home loans it's now bank of america's turn to pay six billion dollars is the amount the government wants bank of america to pay for cheating during the housing boom earlier another giant j.p. morgan reached a tentative thirteen billion dollar deal with the u.s. justice department and other government agencies to settle investigations into bad mortgage loans of course compared to the revenues of the companies those numbers don't look as big but then on top of government claims the companies pay billions more every year in litigation expenses and other charges linked to their bad mortgage bad subprime mortgages and still one would say it's peanuts compared to
the damage that they caused to the u.s. economy and global economy for that matter because the u.s. financial crisis in two thousand and eight affected the whole world. when it's the us federal health agency which is leading the charge against the banks and funding the multibillion dollar lawsuits economist jeffrey a talker i spoke to him a little and he believes the government's compensating for its own mistakes. the banks that were responsible for the housing bubble it was the government that's actually losing the banks right now this is all attempt to find scapegoats for government to extract money wherever they can find it and to avoid responsibility i mean how they have been overly inflated probably half a century is a root directory result of washington policy is this is every u.s. president just like housing and housing thousands greatest thing ever think you missed it was just sort of right in the way they were looking for well in. railing . found them mostly with big surprise government backed. you know i don't think
they should have been all about nor should they be living today i'm against both these policies in other words this is piling error. well federal policies today and federal reserve else is designed to recreate this problem but we're going to look at the same situation again three four five years. to remember we've got more stories on life you including journalists united. media representatives team up for a petition demanding the release of a british cameraman detained in russia over the greenpeace oil rig protest in the. plus russian sibling of santa clause meets the olympic flame on the latest stage of the torch relay read more on the sporting symbols voyage at all to. the number of european muslims joining the ranks of islam as militants in syria is growing every month now norway has launched
a hunt for two teenage sisters who allegedly go into the water own country to fight the regime alongside rebel forces one of the looks at the dangerous trend. the two sisters age sixteen and nineteen left a message for their family saying that they were going to syria because they believe that muslims in the country were being attacked from all directions now the family who haven't been named are cooperating with the authorities to try and track these two young women down now they've been it's reported that they are for all somali descent that they came to norway in the year two thousand they weren't particularly religious that impacted over the last few weeks that being arguments between the the older sister and the mother of the family over the older sisters want to wear the niqab so norwegian authorities looking into this to try and track down these two women who are believed to be in turkey trying to cross the border into syria they say they have evidence that they've been spotted in that area
security offices working with the norwegian security services are saying that we are seeing a growing trend in organized groups trying to to recruit and radicalize muslims muslim people in the in the west in europe and across europe we have seen cases where by anti assad fighters have turned up with with passports from across the european union norway itself believes that around forty of its citizens are currently fighting in the area one of the largest groups from europe that's made their way to fight against assad troops have been from right here in germany it's believed that in the north of syria there's a camp that's been labeled the german camp by newsmagazine around two hundred german citizens most of them from the north rhine-westphalia area believed to be there the numbers well the numbers speak for themselves it's believed that are over one thousand european fighters currently battling assad forces in syria right now
and that's gone up from two hundred fifty from this time last year so if it does seem that if these these organized groups are recruiting that they're certainly getting more and more people to their cause. ati's peter all of a there is an uproar in france over revelations the n.s.a. has spied on millions of its citizens has forced washington to make one of its strongest admissions yet regarding its surveillance practices after a phone conversation between barack obama and president for all and the white house conceded the latest claims raise legitimate questions when just a single month the agency automatically intercepted intercepted more than seventy million calls while also logging text messages along with the general public businessmen and politicians were also targeted this prompted president or land to join the cause of those urging tougher privacy laws in the european union well earlier we discussed the fallout from snowden's latest revelations with the renowned french politician dominic veal pan who served as the country's premier as well as the interior and foreign minister and he says there's no justification for
the u.s. spying on its allies we knew that. some practices were existed but the search and overall system this came as a surprise for everybody the importance of the spying into the private lives seems so big that it really looks something and acceptable between friends between allies there is no argument no reason that can be given to explain types of things of course fighting against terrorism is very important and we should try to find corporation financial corporation intelligence cooperation but spying on the private life of citizens this is something we cannot accept. well france's foreign minister also told r.t. the current surveillance scandal exposes the dangers of one country dominating the internet in fact what we are seeing today is the incredible privileges of the us
administration all over the control of the world system we knew that the us were controlling the financial system through the banking dominance of some big banks through the dollar currency reserve currency but controlling internet controlling the formation in our world this is a privilege and monopoly that canard to be accepted because we know that if we are going to follow up in the same direction then confrontation might be in the lead to bob we're getting reports here in r.t. of an explosion near the russian city of of six military personnel have been killed after an unknown object detonated at a military range on the outskirts of the city two of the soldiers were injured the authorities have launched an investigation this is not the first such incident in june an explosion at an arms depo in central russia killed one and left almost forty injured and one other stories around the world
a spanish court has ordered the basque militant to be freed after the european court of human rights ruled against her continued detention in this telia was captured in the late one nine hundred eighty s. and jailed for her role in twenty three murders and a series of explosions carried out by the separatist group better european court decided spanish judges were violating the rights of the fifty five year old. clashes between israeli soldiers and locals are being reported in the west bank city of ramallah but after i.d.f. troops killed a palestinian from a radical jihad movement he was shot dead while hiding in a cave from israeli forces who tried to detain him over what they claim was his key role in tel aviv bus bombing last november. tens of thousands of youngsters are subjected to domestic violence in the u.k. with the government's child protection agencies struggling with their workload in times of biting budget cuts ortiz visited normalisation is trying to take up the slack but the doors could also soon be closed leaving the nation's most vulnerable
with nowhere to turn or smith reports these are the children of kids company one in five has been shot at all stabbed half have witnessed shootings or stabbings in the last year the lucky ones come to camilla batmanglij is charity to be pieced back together these children in one of the richest countries of the world are living in a type of war zone that is on estates so they see people stabbed outside their window they're afraid of firearms they go up on the staircase in their estate they don't know who's around the corner who's going to attack them they get trapped in lifts and get raped and so on children like that says camilla without the right help become incredibly violent taking their revenge on themselves or on society by sixteen florence was a homeless drug and alcohol abuse she grew up in turn ignored and casually abused
by her mother social services tried to take me away from my parents. i remember fully i heard my mom hit me with a tree branch or something outside of school and my teacher saw an office and called social services. and then i don't know i think i cried i'm sorry in the me and when they were like checking me and i said i want to stay home and never have. a call child line in school forced me to call child line. and nothing happened after that conversation only kids company pursued florence texting and phoning to make sure she was ok over a period of nearly a year a continuity of care that traumatized youngsters desperately need and getting from the government mental health and children's social services hasn't changed since the victorian times we renew our railways we renew our airports we renew our
hospitals but actually we have. really this structure that deal with almost one rebel kids and make them fit for purpose repeated requests for a government response to that yielded nothing about his company i probably would have five kids right now instead twenty four florence is a graduate of oxford university articulate intelligent and ready to help the next generation. reckons a million traumatized children from estates like the going without any kind of help from an overstretched social services and still she has to beg for funding so now kids company can keep its doors open to help more vulnerable young people but for how long in eighteen months the government's again threatening to cut it off without a penny norris myth. or news with the team in just over half an hour from now in
the meantime the visions of the u.k. chancellor take a beating from mexico isn't that so after the short break. it seems like politicians can get away with anything nowadays but not all of them the former mayor of failed detroit has been sentenced to twenty years in prison after being found guilty of committing record tiering conspiracy fraud extortion and tax crimes while the mayor the prosecutor say he funneled millions of dollars to himself and family members all while detroit moved headstrong towards the bankrupt state it is in today this is big news not because some mayor took bribes but because he got punished the judge who could fix him stated why this is such an important case she said at the very least a significant sentence will send
a message that this kind of conduct will not be tolerated yes sending a message you see corrupt officials are usually cowards and they do what they do because they feel they can get away with it when you start to put the fear of god into them they start to behave much better so the question is will the mainstream media grab the story and really use the conviction of detroit's former mayor is an example probably not but it would really help the country if they would but that's just my opinion. welcome to the future. thirty four countries spend over billion euros a says to each one to keep the millions of bees with some talk among. themselves from saying peace fix affronts we travel in search of the sun. you know we've got the future covered.
welcome to the kaiser report i'm max keiser you know germany's finance ministry has denied reports that is preparing a third bailout for greece done up of course not no there will be no third bailout for greece balancer so last decade this is the age of the belin by the time this is over the bandits bankers and brokers will have taken all that you've got no dollar euro yen or truck will be left behind and inflation deflation a complication we'll take every last nickel and dime. that's right max i believe it will and in fact the bank of england did an online hash tag tweet operation where you were allowed to send them questions and apparently somebody something a question about quantitative easing and called it evil well here is the bank of england tweet hash tag ask b. o.e. q e not evil they told me cry man one zero one has helped to support economy and protect
jobs so they of course receive some responses to this huey is evil and you are the devil says grumpy old dude and then after that we see life master said no it's help to support a corrupt banking system and push people further into poverty so there you have at the bank of england says q.e. quantitative easing is not evil when. they say over there at the bank of england that their timing their monetary policy to jobs but there is no connection really between these two other than the fact that the quantitative easing is forcing wages down as part of a deflationary crash that the u.k. now finds itself in and by deflation i mean that the bond market in the u.k. is imploding foam from within we see this in the banking sector.
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