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that are complaining about illnesses from exposure from the burn pits would really literally send a v.a. broke and they don't want to pay it so the waiting decades a lot of those soldiers will die in time and they will have to pay. to get the middle finger to their views and. delayed in the. state of emergency is declared in the in a small city in the state to be genius of the violence breaks out of the right wing rally will be nice to protest the removal of a confederate statue. to young girls reportedly taken
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to state controlled territory by their parents are recognized by their grandparents back in russia and filmed them in a baghdad wolf image. for those who wrote. to me to put. rhetorical deal with north korea steps up with the president now warning. that he will regret it so why is the. pm here in the russian capital international we start this hour with breaking news because violence has erupted as crowds gathered for a right wing march in charlottesville in the u.s. state of virginia here are the latest pitches.
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and. show us films now declare the state of the nudge and see over the rally the small city has become a ground zero for white nationalist neo confederate and all trying to vist in the united states including the k.k.k. and the fight to keep traces of the confederate legacy there intact and says after a plan was announced to remove the statue in-ring one to the parks as we heard from mounties alex rubenstein who's on the ground there for us. most of the clashes have just ended there were about four major brawls between the unite the right
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protesters and various anti five groups in black lives matter groups. there were all lot of people i saw a lot of people covered in blood big welts on their head on a lot of up temper spray people using pepper spray not the police a lot of chemical dispersals of people throwing water colors on any kind of thing to mess with the other side the locals are very negative to it this is a college town in virginia and it's considered a very liberal town for virginia so they're not very pleased with the city voted on its you remove a statue of the confederate general robert e. lee there's been a proliferation of of. of all right rallies on so to speak. unite the right is the big a hash tag campaign that they're going with other touring the country right now to do these berkeley's one place and i'm sure auntie five is all over the country and protesting them wherever they are. now to political and
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social commentator brian anthony welcome onto our international i want to know first your reaction to the size of this march and extent of the violence that we've been seeing surprised well no not really you know i kind of expected this anytime you have you know groups of white so when they come together to talk about anything they do is with them being white in a positive way of course you're going to get people to come a kind of protests you're going to have people matter you also have. the same kind of thing happen in california so isn't a surprise that it happened here in the state of virginia what do you think about these right wing movement and their decision to protest what the city's doing removing confederate historical places that you think they're in the right to protest like this. they are actually and not necessarily because of the reasons they may be protests and some may have my same reason in my main some were just you know out there to protect themselves as white people there's nothing to do with the
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ad no dog and. you should not be removing these monuments because when you do there what it does is it reshapes history it tells a different story than actually what actually happened during the civil war they tried to paint the confederate evil reeses place in the north as a peaceful fun loving you know compazine liberal place but that was not the case and i think once you remove these monuments in favor of. as being this you know this generous person is generous people when they really know young given do have strong ties to the u.s. history in the civil war passions are high it seems do you think the unrest could escalate. no not really i mean i think it is pretty much be what it is you know the people that were out there with the tiki torches you know. really i think it was the same. thing so i don't think it's going to escalate beyond what it has been you see the same thing everywhere they go. you know just to really kind of
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crazy. really really give. the police have to take some action to stop it. what the police do need to take some action at least you know right now. as of right now as a. matter of things because. they'll be able to promote themselves market or they'll be able to be able to be part of something. so. police do need to intervene when it gets to a point where it crosses a boundary because. we crossed you know. in future protests.
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thank you for having me. bring them home that. started campaigning to find relatives of russian speaking children stranded. parents. let. me. give.
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you the. laughter we showed a clip from the baghdad off an inch we started to receive calls and e-mails from people who thought that they knew those children and correspondent the of us travel to the russian republic of dagestan after the grandparents of two sisters had john came forward. the two elderly grandparents both pension has had never given up hope but as it was difficult they heard nothing they knew nothing other than that their grandkids were lost in a war zone but hope never dies just days ago she filmed fatima and had deja in a baghdad wolf a niche and their grandparents recognized them blowing them across your.
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research. there was nothing. to me but. we filmed this in the very yard in which grew up next to her beloved swing set and her sister were taken to mosul by her parents two years ago grandfather says they fell on the isis way to religious propaganda he says in june his son and his wife killed in a drone strike leaving the children all alone they too much. could be than i would be. nice guys who are busy shooting the beauty of. a movie j.p. . as it were to the man you by now and i support it sieges grandfather who she used to call dhaka instead of die says that he's overjoyed he says that his life has
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meaning again but it's not over yet there are tough paperwork to file this bureaucracy and procedures to follow before the girls had fatima are allowed to return to their grandparents. if there's a way she. but we're not going to read more dark rooms or theaters today and mary does not live with. the murder of. the two sisters and several of the youngsters were identified off that we film them at the baghdad orphanage but they're the lucky ones according to officials as many as a thousand youngsters from dagestan alone would taken illegally by their parents to syria and to iraq the parents perished leaving the children all alone in a country that isn't their own. will continue to try and find more of these youngsters in the hopes that more of them can be reunited with their families back
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here in russia. well is another story which could possibly have a happy ending people claiming to be the relatives of another child contacted us saying that they think they recognize the toddler in the video the boy was born in iraq and they've only seen him in photos sent to them by his mother. and some a couple he took another. look at. this if he isn't station national compression the picture. would. be. equal. to. the c.p.t. . and you can use e-mail
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address to the bottom of the screen now if you have any information about the stranded children not zante continues its campaign to reunite them with their families back in russia. don't trump has ratcheted up his rhetoric against the leader of north korea after the regime's latest threat of a missile strike the us president sent a warning to kim jong un he also stressed his support for the american asian told to go home in a phone call with the government. he utters water threat or of he does anything with respect to kwara or any place else that sort of american territory or an american ally he will truly regret it and he will regret it yes. we are.
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in qualms now posted emergency guidelines on how to act in the case of a nuclear strike these advise locals to avoid looking at the flash of all fireball and to waste no time running for cover. of a were released shortly after trump tensions yet again by far and often of the tweet in it the president took time to inform the public that the us army is locked and loaded against pyongyang it was the latest in a spate of talking tough from the american leader north korea. this make it even worse threats to the united states. they will be met with fire fury. like the world has never seen the people that would question that statement was it . maybe it wasn't tough enough so that if there is a state that has nothing to do with there that's a statement while it's still
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a war of words for now western media report the pentagon has plans for a preemptive strike on north korea's nuclear facilities raising fears that cross the border in seoul is really particular explains. so what if mr trump goes forward and all these roughly two dozen north korean missile launch sites testing grounds and other facilities go boom there is no way kim jong un take revenge what are they going to aim at. the north korea shover to you and dignity army will launch the merciless old trip decision strikes from the ground. under water so they'd better stop being reckless and even without the stuff trump wants to wipe out they've got quite the arsenal toy unleashed hell over the thirty eighth parallel for decades north korea has been prepping artillery for that very moment and now what they got loaded and ready to fire are twelve thousand pieces of tube artillery and twenty
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three hundred units of multiple launch rocket artillery. the direction southward is clear where precisely will kim point across here here are two words for you to learn counterforce and how to value targeting south korean and possibly even u.s. military facilities near the demilitarized zone versus an attack to destroy economically critical infrastructure and to cause immense civilian casualties i mean it when i say immense look at the range of north korean artillery beyond the border millions of people live there more than half of south korea's population so with roughly ten million residents and with almost three million and su one over one million all these cities are in that zone and some estimates say that
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forty eight hours of artillery rage may kill one hundred thousand in and around seoul alone but what kind of specific north korean threat have we been mostly hearing about from the folks on t.v. the dramatic escalation. tensions with north korea overnight the regime divides defy president trump with a new threat against the u.s. territory of guam a chilling new warning comes as the rogue nation threatens to strike guam home to thousands of u.s. service members this is a regime that's trying to not only establish its power but demonstrate its power everyone splaying the talent kim's missile range game though even if it is capable of reaching the u.s. island in the pacific how realistic is the threat of a successful launch a launch that would dog america's. worst. if
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you are us citizen on the coast of no doubt you're still pretty stressed but hey say that to south koreans from somewhere near seoul they'll be the first to get zapped if mr trump pulls the trigger going underground host action returns he discusses the u.s. north korea escalations with the world winning journalist and filmmaker john pilger the full interview will be here throughout the day for now that is a short clip. trump is a bit of a wimp compared with obama bomber ended. having put american to seven wars including the longest war in its in its history having increased the development of nuclear. warheads more than any president since the cold war obama's record was all the soup a whole trampas has a long way to catch up with his previous us that's why i really should stop
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simply looking at trump the man but trump as a kind of symptom almost a cartoon version of a system a system. that is produced people that have almost brought us to the edge of nuclear war. the us denies claims it's as strikes in afghanistan have led to civilian deaths will bring the full story after the break.
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the feeling of. every. period. that you get out of the old. according to josh. at least sixteen civilians have been killed in an alleged a u.s. air strike in eastern afghanistan that's according to local officials the u.s.
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military has admitted conducting a bombing raid on the province on thursday evening but claims that only militants were killed afghan officials however dispute this we heard from an eyewitness of the strike and victims' relatives. my father and my mother were both killed. eleven people were being transported in the vehicle three women five children two men were killed and one of the women was wounded her legs were blown off the bombing was carried out by warplanes i see. the place where the airstrike hit. my two brothers my mother and my sister were killed. all the latest claims about civilian deaths come of it talk of a change in u.s. tactics in afghanistan and has more. according to the afghan government these civilians were killed in eastern afghanistan the u.s. government says that that is not accurate it says that only militants were killed we reached out specifically to the pentagon to get
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a clarification and for more information about the situation we did not receive an answer now this comes as donald trump is talking about reworking u.s. strategy in afghanistan we just heard him speak on it and he says his intention is to make it quote a whole lot less messy it's a very big decision for the took over a mess and we're going to. make it a lot less messy but that has been a place seventeen years old there's horrors i read in one of your code and frankly . it's going to be a decision that's for the diversion of now at this point roughly eight thousand four hundred u.s. troops are in afghanistan they're joined by roughly five thousand nato forces that are there alongside them from various nato countries the united states has been in afghanistan for over sixteen years there's been a series of incidents in which civilians have been killed and increasingly in u.s. airstrikes we've also seen afghan security forces being killed much controversy
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surrounding u.s. activities in the country but as the u.s. intervention in the country continues there have been calls from the military for an expansion of the u.s. military presence in afghanistan now one proposal is being put forward on afghanistan and it's coming from erik prince now erik prince is the founder of a private security firm a military contractor formerly known as blackwater this quite controversial he's proposing that the usa privatized its war in afghanistan there would be contracted people professionals former special special operations veterans that have experience in that theater to go do that work would it be profiting from the war. well we're not there no but in even the again that solves that solution that's that's capitalism that's that's what it's about now the expanded use of. terry contractors in afghanistan and other parts of the world raises questions of accountability when such forces violate international law or engage in activities that are questionable but this is just one of the many questions that are raging as
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the sixteen year intervention by the united states and afghanistan continues. german litter initiative designed to appeal to all in the community is facing a backlash for using turkish names such as mehmet and. most of the turkish community in the city of duisburg where the company is taking place complained that being singled out. i think it's a great campaign it would be nice to find your own name and it supports people to predict garbage in garbage cans and not leave it on the street. it's going to really get this message that are being sent there to encourage people and clean up after themselves and not to throw it on the street on the ground.
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but a local politician and member of the community defended the initiative saying that he's not against it that he also didn't believe it was an act of exclusion or discrimination. but was a spokes a member of the alternative for germany party who told us a lack of integration could be to blame for the backlash. this whole issue is just a symptom of failed integration if you feel that you are sidelined that you'll be racist discriminated against you easily take offense luckily the german disposal company who started this initiative brushed off all complaints and
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carried on with business as usual it was just a very very harmless compay ny should say these are things that apply to all the people who live in that area it has nothing to do with racism as a tool then again if you want to be offended you will always find something to be offended but you know the offended to find go take a quick break he'll be back with more they see in half an hour.
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just manufacture consent to public wealth. when the right wing closest to protect themselves. in the final merry go round be the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick. i mean real news real world. social environment. right. chemical discoveries over the last century made every day life easier but at what cost this is cereal is exceptionally sick. no wonder it's confidential. exists as the years old industrial giants
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reaps the benefit. caused by chemical production. you know as if these people aren't just experimental animals decades later the toxic environment continues to poison lives and we found these astronomically high levels of dioxin levels that my staff think maybe some of the highest levels ever found in the united states for almost thirty years this very serious problem had not actually been addressed what will that investigation into the chemical industry secrets revealed. disrespect of. the earth. it was you know provision out of my pocket i wanted to. get. there so i go hide oh i lost his boss because i just got the. resources you know. any. sort of.
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so i was you know what i was going to say. you know just i mean what i'm already what it was but. i remember the lord we're going to go. there it up as well i must admit that it was i just really get off on the there's a lot of us but those were the oh they're just beautiful songs we're going to respect one of this but it was billed as a lark obviously does this where there's one of these i will ask him i will write about him we foresee you could incredible by just one of the thirty years it will be and he thought of getting up there calling cuisia yours implement that video my thought out loud ballroom you just got to go to the. times to modellers ario filling in for lindsey graham this is broadcasting around
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the world from right here in washington d.c. coming up nuclear nerves u.s. and north korea rhetoric is rattling world markets this week stocks are down more than one trillion dollars and terrorist transactions the f.b.i. says isis is using e-bay to funnel money into the u.s. light only european exit millions of eggs are recalled after farmers use outlawed pesticides on chicken farms all that a whole lot more so sit tight starts right now. nuclear nerves are rattling stock markets worldwide the escalating war of words between the u.s. and north korea has caused world stocks to tumble one.


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