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tell you that every gossip and tabloid bias files a little more news today. about telling you on the cool enough and such to buy their products. all the hawks that we along with our audience will walk on. i got it i don't. have to quite a few times but you know because it's because well how are you hopeful.
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headlines this hour a group of militants leaves the syrian rebel and. this is an aid convoy. carrying. a former police officer in north carolina is charged with assault after beating up a black man for alleged jaywalking that disturbing video is leaked. i've heard one of. my house was. and the initial excitement surrounding the surprise announcement of in the meeting between donald trump and kim jong il may have been premier tool with conflicting messages coming out of the white house.
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hello there welcome you with r.t. this saturday afternoon which just turned three o'clock here in the russian capital now our top story a group of armed militants has left series besieged enclave of eastern ghouta using a humanitarian convoy corridor that after talks brokered by moscow this video does show the militants being escorted out of the area by syrian soldiers as in previous cases across syria the jihadists have surrendered in return for safe passage to other areas still held by rebels artie's dangle hawkins reports the first group of thirteen armed militants and their families leaving the area through one of those russian military syrian government organized checkpoints those safety corridors offered to civilians and fighters to leave the area should they wish to do so this
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is similar previous moves during the syrian civil war where rebels have been evacuated from places such as homs other towns as well under the cease fire agreements and moved up to the province thus allowing the syrian government to move over the area and avoid. protracted conflict causing more bloodshed now this is significant because prior to this all offers go by the russian military and the syrian government were rejected by rebel groups in the region despite verified video showing of flyers being dropped over the towns in the city in the area groups have taken up that offer so. civilians allegedly have also been prevented from leaving the area through those kodos because of shelling to those roads now the other bit of news is that the syrian rebel group. has issued a statement in which they've said they have taken a decision to release members of the terrorist group al nusra formerly al qaida in
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syria from prisons and transport them to the station likely to be a libyan the north of the country one of the last major of rebel strongholds in syria we don't yet know if the statement from josh and these rebels leaving the area are linked we don't know what group they're from by the way that it does mark a significant development and could leave the door open so why the evacuation of rebel fighters and civilians from the area in the coming future that was down hawkins there were investigative journalist rick stirling believes the evacuation will help to save civilian lives. they have their base of operations it is live in and clearly the the strategy of the syrian government and their allies is to remove the terrorists from the more populated areas and get them all concentrated in it lib and deal with that down the road it's tremendously positive to remove the terrorists from around damascus that had mortars and hell cannon missiles coming
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into it on a nearly basis which i witnessed myself the news about some terrorists leaving the area the news of public protest by civilians in those areas against the against the occupying militants are positive indications well earlier on friday u.n. humanitarian convoy finally managed to enter into the supplies had been delayed by heavy fighting as government forces battled terrorists there u.n. refugee agency representatives john mattick recently visited the area and this is what he said about the current situation where he's part of this. groups inside. they need to to give us the security assurances that we can come in and those who are out to give us their guarantee that they'll be peace during the period when we call in and bring assistance in the armed groups inside who are resisting in fighting there are groups that are fighting amongst themselves and there's pressure
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from also from the military so civilians who are caught in this in this situation they have nowhere to go according to the latest u.n. estimates the fighting in eastern guta has resulted in more than one hundred deaths in two days the united nations also called on all parties in the conflict to end the violence red cross regional spokesperson says people on the ground do require a wide range of basic supplies the need of people remain massive the needs are. two four three four etc you have medical needs you have need for access to good source of food you need also access to clean water you have all sorts of needs inside the water today the priority remains medical help that we need to. reach with people inside all day and food aid as well what happens when it's seven thousand five hundred people which the trucks on monday and today were able to
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provide humanitarian aid to or just a little percentage of what who of the people who need the military aid inside. well this week has also seen claims of a fresh chemical weapons attack on ghouta reportedly carried out by the syrian government something though that damascus denies the issue of chemical weapons use in syria was touched upon in a recent n.b.c. interview planted pity do you believe the chemical weapons attacks in syria are fake news. of course firstly of the syrian government destroyed its chemical weapons long ago. and secondly we know about the militants plans to simulate chemical attacks by the syrian army and that on the. part of me. afterward thirdly all the attempts that have been made repeatedly in the recent past and all the accusations we used to consolidate the efforts against assad. is poison your the cockpit look. we are aware of these goings on. and they are not
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interesting one wants to say boring. the bodies of dead children thanks to syrian gas attacks we were here in the storm are you sure that these deaths of the result of chemical attacks by the syrian government you should know now but ought to them there was no serious investigation there were no dead bodies more would not we maybe there were dead bodies which is to be expected in a war but look how they liberated mosul it was razed to the ground. look at the liberated raca the dead have not yet been removed from the ruins or buried. do you want to talk about this. now a former police officer in the u.s. state of north carolina has been charged with assaulting a black man he was a kid who was accused of jaywalking the incident happened last august m is captured on the officers body cam thirty three year old johnny rush he was on his way home when two officers stopped him and accused him of crossing an empty street illegally
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office a critic men can later be seen punching and raising rush we should warn you that the next part of the video is disturbing the work. i've heard. oh. my. god. well that clip that you saw there was leaked six months after the incident took place and the police brutality activist michelle gross says that the police department's refusal to act on the video until it was released is alarming the video was held by the police department all this time and all of this time they could have taken action against officer hickman an officer or gary and they chose not to you know supervisors look at that footage right away
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early so supposed to and clearly he had no fear of any kinds of accountability related to that conduct this must be standard operating procedure in that particular police department and frankly it is in many police departments these videos must always be made public we have no way to monitor police conduct and to understand how our police are operating if we can't watch those videos that they themselves collect on their own activities. well in response the asheville police department has condemned the officers actions saying that they are contrary to the progress we have made in the last several years. in improving community trust however the incident in north carolina is just the latest in a series of police brutality cases that have been captured by body cams over the past three years.
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