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from security to psychology francis said to change tactics to tackle reintegration issues surrounding returning his children as concerns linger they become a terror threat that's. also ahead in the program this hour it's revealed that syrian opposition fighters are on washington's people but pentagon requested thirty million dollars from the u.s. budget to cover their wages. so named. gio for life in russia guilty of killing un mutilating nineteen workers in the sex industry.
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live from our international news center in moscow this is r.t. welcome to the program my names only and our top story france has laid out a new plan to reintegrate just children returning from syria and iraq the spy concern still hanging over the danger they could pose to society the focus has now shifted from one of isolating them from other children for no to a more integrated approach charlotte dubin skate breaks down the issues from paris . they just children born innocent into will to tallahassee. while most children are playing with dolls and carts being taught to play with guns and knives and some have even been trained to kill.
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well i mean it would depend on each individual to the cops of the kind of figure the cool would be actually trying the guns knives and how to kill people and not only that we have seen people being killed and of course that makes it some form of normality for the which is really scary because that means when they do that will be that moment you. might them go do something very similar the real threat to society it's impossible to know just how many children have been brainwashed by myself but they have already started to return home to germany belgium the netherlands meanwhile in france the authorities putting together a plan to reintegrate the returning children of jihadi is the prime minister has said that sixty eight have already come back and many more are expected to follow.
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programs to help these children readjust have been announced by governments across europe but is it too late to reverse the damage already done. videos like this have emerged showing children carrying out mock executions. the little children are not only victims but they're on the cusp of being forced into being perpetrators but in the video that we just saw are you see the sadism of the adults being played out through the children so there are destroying the mental capacity for the child to differentiate between reality and fantasy in normal lives the murder the road ahead for these children she says is difficult and while there is no guarantee the therapy they receive will be successful she is hopeful if the child
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had a fairly good our emotional experience early the child will tend to be more resilient in coming through very severe trauma. that's one thing the other thing will be very much dependent on how well trained the therapists are governments in europe hope that by offering care and support to the children who are turned they can help them cast off the horrors they have in do it even carried out and yet the risks still high that it might be too late to right the wrongs of children brainwashed and raised as i saw fighters shola deep in ski. paris. well we now know that the country where some of those children came back from syria is where ten thousand rebels there are on the pentagon's payroll that revelation coming from a u.s. defense department budget request washington no hopes to increase that number to
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sixty five dollars to spite the crushing failure of a previous train and equip program. one key element of the strategy to defeat isis is to train equip sustain and enable elements of the vetted syrian opposition these forces are projected to total approximately sixty to sixty five thousand sixty five thousand these pet army would be bigger than the canadian or straightly and militaries and don't forget there are already three warring armies in syria the pentagon is planning on equipping and providing this puppet force with everything but there are underwear tens of thousands of new rifles machine guns mortars millions of rounds of ammunition a thousand vehicles don't forget this seemingly going to pay their salaries two to four hundred dollars a month it's all in the new counterterrorism fund request it says clearly once isis
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is the straw it this new army will stabilize and patrol the territory it holds near enough a third of syria which measures well with washington's plans to stay in syria indefinitely keep the country split up and prevent asaad from winning but there are questions like where is the us going to find thirty thousand more moderate rebels when it couldn't find ten can you tell us what the total number of trained fighters remains it's a small number. the ones that are in the fight. is we're talking four four five the last time the us trained equipped and sent forth a rebel army they all promptly gave up their guns and joined al qaida they spent hundreds of millions on that by the way was really embarrassing any way you look at
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it this means more war it says so in black and white the us will only train and equip vetted syrian opposition and hope that this time they don't all turn out to be islam mr radicals. yeah and we know that in the document the pentagon says it will monitor the use of arms it supplies to the rebels were ever possible however experts that we spoke to believe there are no guarantees the weapons won't end up in the homes of extremist well i think they want to create and in fact that this is really what they have state is that they want to create conditions in syria. where the country is still divided i mean the record of the u.s. and and the cia's operations and syria is that the people they have supported all along had seen extremists this was the u.s.
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goal all along to militarize the conflict to pull or in foreign fighters and weapons across the turkish border and this is this was the u.s. policy we don't know who these forces are clearly some of them are going to be some of the. forces the opposition forces which i've been involved. there are certainly syrian government but it's all laws but the forces which were trained by the. group to be in effect when they lost. weapons sometimes they decided to join or the forces that were fighting against the ones use son grew up in story. country is facing civil war criminal longer control those weapons and that's the. problem.
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to another headline stories dubbed the siberian ripper a former policeman who has been jailed for life in a grisly serial killer case that has shocked russia described as a perfect employee and husband the fifty two year old. i've been living a double life for almost two decades. the debate. over her school's mission and that's you know it's. going to show that it's a mistake. that is if that's. what you.
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believe. you. know the. similarities between the victims let's at the conclusion that this was the work of a serial killer all of them are engaged in providing an intimate services in the situation of a severe school. knowing that he was a suspect and would be search you flood a police station came home and shave his mustache so that he would not be recognized he called his wife and sat here in italy needed a lawyer he washes car and washed up to traces of blood and when do you best to give her arrest came to search the place did not find anything. but you took linsky sentenced to life imprisonment as
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a limited term would not serve justice and then ordered to prevent future crimes. a suspected this with links to an al qaeda training camp where some of the nine eleven hijackers trained has managed to spend seven years in the u.s. on notice he was only discovered when the f.b.i. eventually must his fingerprints to documents recovered during the terror operations with more enough story kill a month and may be hard to believe but the alleged al qaeda terrorist has been living in the united states for seven years unnoticed saudi national naive flower flogged is now been arrested and at this point members of congress want answers about how this was allowed to happen in two thousand he attended an al qaeda training camp two thousand and eleven he moved to oklahoma on nonimmigrant visa joining his wife in two thousand and sixteen he was even able to get
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a pilot's license however that was revoked when the f.b.i. finally started an investigation now he is in custody awaiting trial on a number of charges the indictment charges two counts of visa fraud the third gun charges helpful launch with making a false statement to the f.b.i. when he denied ever having associated with anyone from a foreign terrorist group he may not have been able to enter the united states of authorities had actually been able to pay more attention it turns out that back in two thousand and one his fingerprints were actually found on an application to a terrorist training camp furthermore his father was named as a person of trust in an al qaeda document now at this point that data was not able to be analyzed until twenty seventeen. i'd say there was a number of breakdowns going bert's with the original intelligence was maintained in schools he should have been on the watch list you know who was on the list oh
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marmont teen the pulse nightclub shooter recently released cell phone records indicate that just days before the attack he was considering whether or not to attack disneyland he was on the f.b.i.'s radar screen after making threats against his coworkers and claiming to have ties to jihad ists however after ten months of monitoring and three f.b.i. interviews they determined that he was quote not violent or dangerous after he did carry out his attack the f.b.i. said he had self radicalized on the internet we're working hard to understand the killer and his motives and his sources of inspiration. but we are highly confident that this killer was radicalized and at least in some port through the internet so the internet did it ah well remember that florida school shooter apparently he left tips on the internet that he was planning to shoot up the school people called the f.b.i. about it but they never bothered to look into the matter if there's a term in the protocol was not followed. the information was not provided above and
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below. that no further investigation was conducted that. this is an ongoing failure of the united states and it's not just the u.s. it's also in europe to properly vet these people and the f.b.i. had ample warning that the orlando attacker was a threat but because he was muslim but they did not want to look into it they did not want to seem that they were targeting these certain religious groups even reports that come out with school shootings in the united states where the f.b.i. many times received a phone call warning them bout the shooters and nothing happened because of that the f.b.i. did not follow up so i think it's not so much a lack of resources at it as it is a lack of knowledge or understanding about threats that matter the most. you're watching are to international after the break we hear from residents in jerusalem who say tourism is quite literally destroying their homes.
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when lawmakers manufactured and sentenced to public wealth. when the ruling closest to protect themselves. with the famous merry go round be the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick. under-performing the stock market oh my god blackstone one arbitrage opportunity you have brought amongst yourselves i suggest you short yourselves a bar of money into you eviscerate your own corporate balance sheet and then blow your brains out on live t.v. they gave us all kinds of fun to experience for the financial predatory class.
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hello can be poets to me in district in jerusalem's old city is literally crumbling away a new tourist drive is up the foundation of the problem israel is digging tunnels under the streets to create new attractions but it's leaving homes destroyed.
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after the excavation work started the ground began to sink our houses laying about twenty centimeters to watch sign and the walls have started to crack the floor has also granted. them to have it done a look at the house she laid until it collapses under the children on my son and his wife look at the destruction look at how crooked the house is look at the walls they're all broke in the roof once fell in on my grandson. hear them working at night and the thing all starts to shake of course i'm against it this is our home where else are we supposed to go nor i'm going to stop them well this is what they want they want the arabs to leave this home so that they can
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take them. for many years we've been complaining but no one helps us but one day we felt the house moving so we called the police they made us all leave but it rains now what's lands on the furniture we have lost everything there is nothing left for us in. the american city of burlington is fighting. against the fleet of f. thirty five fighter jets being stationed at a local airport vermont state residents rejected the move in a non-binding vote saying they're concerned about noise pollution and safety to make their feelings loud and clear before the vote giant speakers were used to blast the son of a flying jet in the city center. was
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quite affected by all accounts a number of protests were held over the weekend against the f. thirty five base police made one high profile arrest among the activists ben cohen co-founder of the ice cream brown ben and jerry's local air force authorities have a really invested some eighty three million dollars in preparing the base for the jets which is scheduled to come into operation next year. the airport in burlington is located in a very heavily densely populated area so there are one hundred twenty four thousand people that live within about five miles of the runway half a dozen of us put on a demonstration of what that sounds like and people came running out and said stop this is horrible my children my animals my family this is not appropriate for
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a city it's one of the causes of heart disease it's a cause of cognitive impairment in children according to the best medical studies what happens is children have delayed reading learning disabilities memory and concentration become impaired ok some background to what we're speaking about the f. thirty five jet program is the most expensive u.s. weapons system to date with an expenditure of around one point five billion dollars and yet of two hundred and eighty craft huf are still grounded american seven allies are currently implementing stealth strategy operations with the fighter jets and a total of nine countries who are involved in the development of the f. thirty five but it's been a bumpy ride repeated production delays costs over running have plagued the defense
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project it's been described by some as too big to fail here's the co-founder of the protest movement in burlington again. we are forced didn't make this decision to base f. thirty five fighter jets in the city of burlington based on the facts so we don't want in there thirty five days to you it's going to be damaging to the people of vermont it's going to be it's going to make us a collaborator with any kind of foreign intervention the president decides on. tasting with military matters the turkish president is pushing ahead with plans to buy a russian s. four hundred ninety missile system the spite the threat of sanctions from nato ally the united states president obama accuse the military alliance of double standards let those who criticize us for purchasing the s four hundred to fight terrorism look at themselves why are they silent about the s three hundred which greece has
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and they tell us that this is a wrong step what kind of alliance what kind of solidarity is this well nato has repeatedly urged turkey not to buy russian weapons earlier this month a top official stressed that the s. four hundred does not integrate with current nato systems the s four hundred would give turkey a new level of control over its or space and beyond it's a surface to air. missile system and can engage up to eighty targets at a time up to four hundred kilometers away it can also have fast moving targets travelling at speeds of almost five kilometers per second. well international relations professor hussein by chito listen to a needs russian weapons more than that requires western support we live. very interesting crisis between turkey and united states of america by literal terms. made to him by the throat i think the turkish position.
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is four hundred. from the turkish defensive opposing point of view russia seems to be one of the possible prognosis for future of this fog. this missile system is not applicable to the nato structure but this is one nine hundred ninety one source doll for turkey is all that is there for this type of new found structures nato does not provide ok those are the stories making headlines today next diving into the depths of the business world it's the latest edition on r.t. of boom bust.
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twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all children but there was one more question by the way it's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure you have to go to the center of the probably would you. call the great britain if you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone because i want you and i. really happy for joy and are to blame for the two thousand and three in the world cup in russia meet the special one i was also gracious needs to just read the review theology team's latest edition of a go at the bigger certainly better jersey look.
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both the united states and russia have announced their nuclear weapons posture both countries are entering a new age of war the age of hypersonic weapons are we now in a new arms race. you know. all. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last bang turn. to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath . but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was a game still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like him it said one does not leave
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a funeral in the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one quite different i speak to you now because there are no other takers. to the claim that mainstream media has met its maker. plato or the touch. hey guys this is boom bust broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. right. here i'm bart chilton. coming up today we talk with bartlett naylor a public citizen about the trumpet ministration and all those efforts on capitol hill to reduce financial firm regulations and perhaps increase risk and it's a big energy we speak with chris martenson of peak prosperity dot com about global
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oil and energy related issues on the front burner that's coming up but first let's get some headlines. stocks are once again edging higher in the u.s. after investors sought refuge in safer investments for two days in the wake of president donald trump announcement on tariffs on imported steel and aluminum today's rally seems to be a response to a south korean diplomatic delegations report that north korea is willing to hold nuclear talks with the u.s. and to suspend testing during any talks which have lowered fears of conflict meanwhile investors seem to be taking some solace on the broad pushback against mr trump's announced tariff plans today the alumina aluminum association sent a letter to president trump that says quote unfortunately the tariffs proposed will do little to address the fundamental problem of aluminum overcapacity in china while impacting supply chains with vital trading partners who play by the rules
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will have more on this later. the committee on foreign investments in the united states has moved to hold off a hostile takeover bid for u.s. chip maker qualcomm by singapore based broadcom the u.s. treasury department which chairs the committee invoked national security concerns and told hall com in a letter to delay a shareholder meeting to consider the one hundred seventeen billion dollar bid that had been set for today until the committee can fully review the bid the committee sees qualcomm's five g. wireless technology as sensitive to national security and is increasingly concerned . keeping such advanced technologies out of the hands of chinese firms the decision to review the deal was in response to a petition from qualcomm to the committee after broadcom as hostile bid escalated to nominating six candidates for qualcomm's eleven board member the review means
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the deal is unlikely to proceed. the federal trade commission is challenging j.m. smucker company proposed their acquisition of west and cooking oil brand from food and egg giant con agra brands smucker already owns christgau brand the f.t.c. and the f.t.c. says in an official and administrative complaint that if smucker were to acquire western brand it would then control more than seventy percent of the market for blended canola and vegetable oil sold in grocery stores increasing smucker's leverage with grocers and ultimately leading to potentially higher prices the f.t.c. says in a press release that documents of smokers own internal deliberations cite the elimination of price competition as a reason in favor of the acquisition the administrative trial to adjudicate the complaint is scheduled to begin on august seventh.
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and now we move to reducing regulations on the financial sector is it a good thing that will generate more freedom and therefore economic growth or will reduce regulations on the financial sector put the economy or consumers at risk here to answer those questions and more as bartlett nailer of public citizen bartlett thank you for being with us again we really appreciate your expertise particularly in the middle of all this bring us up to date on what's going on in the united states senate really as we speak literally as we speak the bill as ass twenty one fifty five it's got about forty provisions in it the motion to proceed with that they took place today at about eleven o'clock in the morning it got sixty six votes in favor which means about seventeen democrats joined with the republicans and to move this bill forward it's likely to be debated over the next few days with a final vote as early as thursday if not into next week.


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