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those who took. it invested over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic. understanding of this is coming on several days ago a rocket landed in front of my house my mom wife and three children died i remember how i called home no one picked up nine civilians were killed including three children when terrorists shelled a christian village in serious problems. exactly seventeen years on from the worst terror trustee committed on u.s. soil we report on how washington shifting its policy toward some extremist organizations these days. twenty two protestors dead after a suicide bomber attacks a demonstration against a local police chief in eastern afghanistan two girls' schools were also targeted
in the same area. but. there's an international missions that brought tens of thousands of my going to. i think the citizens of pay my salary in order for me to control roads entry my country insight into europe's immigration issues italy's outspoken interior minister talks exclusively to. i have a good afternoon you live a lot international from h.q. here in moscow as has just turned three in the afternoon here now first then the focus on the syrian conflict has been on a course in recent days in the buildup to what may be a final push against terrorist groups that have fallen back to the province there the u.n. estimates there are ten thousand fighters in the area but what's out of the picture is that the terrorists are still active. yawned.
heard a roar and there was dust everywhere and i grabbed my daughter is trying to cover the with my body the last time i when told to find him and saw he was the corridor there was a pool of blood coming from his head. out of sight of the cinema and several days ago a rocket landed in front of my house my mom wife and three children died i remember how i called home no one picked out. some people young lady and little girl and two teenagers also
a day. of the developments are dated briefly about you two percent spent in the account a serious state news agency comes as a major push is expected to rout the last terrorists from the country looms large need leaders who say just now don't consider tell us a bit more about what this suspension is about. paper. in reality what is it about well according to you tube at least from what we understand it's so arms of service violation there weren't actually several accounts suspended including the syrian ministry of the friends of course the public international news agency of damascus . has now been blocked that remains blocked so far we have asked you for comment waiting to hear back from them the message on the page though shows that this is happening because of a violation of the terms of service or saying the page simply is not available the reasoning behind this could be that they were generating revenue for. advertising
that of course is illegal under u.s. law because of the u.s. sanctions toward syria's sunni government agencies. the result is the two sides to any story including the syrian civil war by blocking. or at least for now until it's blocked or some sort of resolution is takes place it effectively removes the syrian government's narrative. from news discourse a more movies as you really can't underestimate can you the power of social media when it comes to you know not on the practical side of the fighting but the you know the soft power of a on either side when when these conflicts break out sort of you know there's clearly a war going on on the ground there's also information war going on in news outlets and social media is one of the most powerful things and it's often children have been used in narratives and this is happening on both sides here in these in this discourse one of latest example this video from middle of a boy recording a message about the impending bloodbath that's going to happen if and when the
syrian army decides to launch that what if it's of take a listen i know my name in the from the nation from syria and my message that we didn't do that it's our day i didn't get any. money was just too nice to see my seventeen billion plus settlin is a feller's of. this plane. or lost their routine see any of. me are nannies that are like me when the man didn't call them. some users were quick to point out that boyd also recorded similar messages from during the government offensive there to ask rebels and terrorists from from that area. have been i mean he's by far not the only one there been similarities as well in mainstream media images quite widely spread of people residents in covering their faces with plastic cups with plastic bags to make some sort of makeshift defense against the impending rumors of a chemical attack and that's also been featuring. very heavy accusations and
counter-accusations the russian m o d says their intelligence sources talk about a false flag operation of. using chemicals to provoke some sort of reaction from the united states the u.s. will cover this a bit later saying these claims are absolutely ridiculous. uses twitter and social media really questioning the whole aim of this as to why the syrian government would. use chemical weapons when that would play to provoke a very strong reaction from united states very much questioning these sorts of narratives of using children really with what many of us propaganda so it is as you say very much a hot topic social media but cetera. receipt obviously what will happen over the coming days and weeks if and when that offense taken place yeah right all right dan please keep us posted about the suspension then things. time some say the u.s. itself these days is pushing terrorist organizations towards the use of chemical
weapons in syria but the national security advisor for america has dismissed those claims. are giving the authorization for al qaida to use chemical weapons and try and pin it on the government of syria one of the most outrageous claims that that i can think of ultimately if syria is put back together this is the perfect kind of example of a case where the people of syria themselves are going to have to confront what governments did what their government did purportedly in their name the u.n. envoy to syria says that there is a possibility that chlorine could be employed both by the syrian government or by the terrorist group on this or washington on the other hand is already certain who would be to blame if chemical weapons are used in the province. the people of syria have been through too much this is a tragic situation and if they want to. continue to go the route of taking over
syria they can do that but they cannot do it with chemical weapons they can't do it assaulting their people and we're not going to fall for it if there are chemical weapons that are used we know exactly who's going to use them through one of the terrorist groups now operating in a deliberate as an affiliate of al qaida it was seventeen years ago today that in two thousand and one. of the most devastating atrocity in modern american history since nine eleven washington has been engaged in a fight against terrorism which is used to justify numerous interventions of course around the globe. the united states of america is an enemy of those who aid terrorists and of the barbaric criminals who professing a great religion by committing murder in its name now it seems that the u.s. effort to towards terrorism changed maybe it's not the first time washington switched policy of course back in the nineteen eighties osama bin laden was called freedom fighter in the war in afghanistan the american cia even armed him while the
us media was supportive at the time. well if u.s. foreign policy over the years has exact on terrorism in its definition their policy on syria has equally fluctuated more but. the syrian conflict another drawn out affair with the u.s. only digging itself in deeper but as the newly appointed representative for syria engagement stated there's no hurry so an open ended presence in syria is the new reality despite donald trump's call to get us personnel back home will become another syria like very soon let the other people take care of it no surprise surprise plans on syria once again aren't panning out as expected let's roll back to the beginning. of. the syrian uprising seemed simple washington's main goal regime change that. plan
according to cables published by wiki leaks would lead to the unraveling of threads all over the region including a possible sectarian war that would likely bog down another major adversary eram the full of the house of asad could well the united states terror in war drawing in iran which in the view of his rather come on this would not be a bad thing for israel and its western allies two birds one very bloody stone but here we are in two thousand and eighteen and the reality is a solid still in power and the fighting in the country sectarian and otherwise has been anything but beneficial for the u.s. and its allies it has israel looking on anxiously as you remain influenced takes root in syria with the tehran backed hezbollah militia becoming a key player. and about those western allies europe is plagued by a refugee crisis in part triggered by the syrian war not to mention terror attacks carried out in the name of eisel.
and here's another failed expectation or plan to train and equip the opposition in syria so they can help push back these terrorists a tactic that proved to be less than successful can you tell us what the total number of trained fighters remains it's a small number and. the ones that are in the fight is is is we're talking four or five and now we even have trump warning us thought against retaking it despite the fact that his own government admitted there were. in the
area is a province just the largest al qaeda safe haven since nine eleven and it live now is a huge problem it is an al qaeda safe haven right on the border of turkey a recurring problem for more than half a decade has been that u.s. plans are falling flat in syria and the flaws are already appearing and the expectations of donald trump strategy as well. a suicide bomber on it detonated explosives at a protest in eastern afghanistan authorities there say at least twenty two were killed dozens more were injured the demonstration was calling for the resignation of a local police commander of combustion a sokoto his son he reports today afternoon exactly just a few minutes after. a suicide bomber actually tore it in a group of sue williams who gathered in eastern province of afghanistan in one go to protest against a local police commander. in action districts often anger i hold which is. what the
taliban group and also isis group are active in this province. hole is counted as one of the insecure problems of which this group is the average. parentally in this province and mostly launching such kind of attacks on civilian government civil and kitty's government into situations more likely that this attack also. you know contacted also khan that has been conducted by the isis group . into plastic also conduct such kind of attacks on civilian gatherings in different parts of afghanistan. in two other separate attacks in the same province one boy was killed and five other people injured would want to hear from the following images coming up disturbing what we're going to show you an ear. for the first time to front of girls' school were two explosions hit as locals and students gathered in the area it's an hour after that another girls' school was targeted in
a nearby district no group has yet claimed responsibility for those attacks but both the taliban and islamic state opposed female education we're hearing in mind all schools with district is now been closed as a safety precaution. is exactly fourteen minutes past three in the afternoon moscow time coming up we've got insight into europe's migration crisis after this quick break i was speaking to the italian minister at the center of a big clampdown on newcomers right now. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy on sunday shouldn't let it be an arms race is often very dramatic developments only mostly i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical
i get a russian protest artist notorious for staging some watering stunts is found that fleeing to france to claim asylum wasn't worked out quite according to plan after his latest place and a bit too far. brusha it's sometimes difficult to be an artist yes especially when makes a political declaration out of his art that's the case of that poverty and for that we already know and there's just been arrested for setting the door of the former
k.g.b. building on fire. the problem is the price of crude our actions is the loss of his freedom. we filmmakers sponsors actors in the world of culture and citizens are outraged about the situation of both artists and opposition illegally incarcerated and russian. little or. what daily life in french prison is like every day a prison guard names incarcerated person and reason arrest warrant out loud the
prisoner then grabs his things and mattress from the cell says his goodbyes his prison mates and leaves in florida for example five to ten prison guards gang up on a convict and slam them to the floor choke him until he shows her twist his hand and then lead him out was squeezing his neck. obviously the administration here is just torturing me. and human rights chief has sent delegations to italy and austria to verify how migrants have particularly been. after a reported increase in racist attacks in both those countries. italy's decision to close its seaports denying entry to angio rescue ships had serious consequences for the most vulnerable even though we're seeing a big drop in the numbers coming from libya over the past twelve months the number
of those who died during the crossing is high in the first six months of twenty eighteen than it was looking at the start of the total flow of arrivals in the e.u. has decreased overall compared to last year it's a trend this evident in italy but he still receives a large number nonetheless the drop in arrivals comes after the populace government took power there in june and applied a strict migration policy now it is in italy's interior minister is facing consequences right now for his hardline anti migrant policy to he's under investigation for alleged abuse of office kidnapping and illegal arrest after he forced a rescue ship with one hundred fifty refugees aboard to stay in port for five days r.t. sophie shevardnadze spoke exclusively to material sylvania about the strains of migrant crisis has placed on his country and the broader europe. there is some international missions that brought tens of thousands of my going to italy alone i think the citizens of pay my salary in order for me to control who is
entering my country the european countries like france is close their borders and send back fifty thousand people and then try to lecture us on. no no no. i don't have enemies i see things very differently from manual micron and i'm glad merkel an economics immigration the future of europe islam and terrorism we've come a long way there is a historical opportunity next may to finally change the balance in europe and to change our relations with countries beyond europe as i'm thinking of russia because i've been saying it for years now that i'm in government i will work on it because sanctions against russia do not make any konami political social cultural sense. i'm not against europe i'm in favor of a year of that does few things but does them while leaving freedom of choice on
other fronts for individual states this government has already built partnerships in the united states in russia and china because europe's population and economic power with the minish more and more. unfortunately him brussels and in europe they only understand the language of money therefore they're not talking about principles values solidarity economic issues the e.u. is now discussing the budget for the next seven years seeking to get it approved we devote all countries and we the italian government from prime minister down have already said that if there is no agreement on the other issues on banking policy i would coach a policy emigration we won't vote for the budget like. key leaders and business chiefs from across asia pacific region of gathered in russia's port city of light of all stop for the eastern economic forum on the sidelines of the event president putin and his chinese counterpart have been holding close paul divides.
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