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breeding for so many most of that opposition is coming from huge agricultural groups and industries that have nothing to do with dogs don't buy dog. celebrations in northern syria as a deal is reportedly struck between the kurds and damascus that will see government troops deployed to the area that turkey continues its military offensive in the area in the meantime affairs of the potential terrorists. growing kurdish officials say a turkish bombardment led to hundreds of predators and far nicer members playing a prison compound in turkey helping the claims disinclination. president putin heads to saudi arabia on a state visit to meet king solomon crown prince. following up at. osco is bringing plenty of prizes which include russian movies cartoons everyone
holds money of surprises ready for mr burton and cole but for now what that will be . the secret. and the child clinic in the u.k. is sued over the use of. better mental treatments we hear from a psychotherapist who works there. this is he who pushed. for midday here in moscow watching all to international live from last year with me . welcome to the program. a major shift of alliance kurdish officials in syria say they reached an agreement with the government in damascus. now one syrian troops
will be able to enter kurdish controlled north eastern syria for the 1st time in years to help the kurds tackle a turkish offensive with the latest here's artie's porter slater. hearing from kodesh sources that they've signed an agreement with the damascus government that will see the 2 sides work together to what they say prevent confront and pushback turkish aggression all of this comes as we hear from local media that locals are celebrating the news in the town of. in the north east in syria locals have been going to the streets extremely satisfied with the latest developments syrian state media is reporting that the syrian army is making its way to the north of the country while lebanese television says that the syrian forces within the next 48 hours well into the strategic more than warded town of bani that is controlled by the kurds now we hear this amid war in concerns that pro took his forces have cut
off the main east west road through to kurdish territory so this altimeter leaves the city of isolated so no doubt there's going to be a massive escalation in that particular area we all 6 receiving reports that the syrian army has already entered the town of money in aleppo now this is just 60 kilometers away from khobar me and we understand that the kurdish militia who control the checkpoints in and out of the town simply let them drive through as for the turkish advances late on sunday they advance to the town of el tell in northeastern syria so the situation on the ground both forces into becoming closer and closer together and unfortunately most people are into supporting further clashes violence and potentially casualties. was quick to react only turkish and to with germany and france are announcing they're banning arms exports to ankara while belgium says the block is ready to consider other functions. don trump has in turn
said both turkey and the kurds should now concentrate on not letting thousands of vital prisoners held by kurdish forces escape that comes after kurdish officials announced a turkish bombardment led to hundreds of relatives of foreign isilon those fleeing a prison compound turkish president while however dubbed those reports dissin from ation aimed at provoking the west he goes down of takes a closer look at how this crisis could unfold. this is turkish and kurdish fighters beating each other black and blue and there's hate begets hate a hydra that was thought to be called dead is raising its head again. the version does not only threaten the reactivation or revival of islamic states but has revived and activated it stills in chemistry and other areas left all alone against the turkish military under its proxies the as d.f. needs every man and woman who can hold a rifle to defend their homes so the guards abandon some of their prison posts and
some 800 i saw affiliates missed no chances here breaking loose from captivity and more in sensing the lax watch over them are no longer afraid to rattle their cages look at them running for the hills there and while both damascus and its neighbors have plenty to be concerned about because of this it's europe that is really worried. the turkish operation in syria is our main concern our common wish is that events of muscle and we believe that it risks on the one hand creating an unacceptable government area of the actuation other helping to reemerge in the region with military action will undermine the security of the coalition's local partners namely the kurdish forces and risk protracted is the billet in northeast syria providing 30 ground for that is arrogance. and the latest
jailbreaks might be only the very beginning of a truly massive outpour i mean look at this there are isolate detention centers all over the kurdish controlled areas they hold tens of thousands of islamic state affiliates thousands of them being former fighters actual former fighters and many of them holding foreign passports yes the e.u. had every. every type of warning bell ringing for them the kurds begged europe to take bad geodes with the e.u. passports and put them on trial at home well the position of the opt out by many european states have also been adopted by many other states across the globe countries are very reluctant to take back home anyone who's been connected with so-called islamic state it as a foreign fighters because a the judicial systems within many liberal democracies haven't got the ability to bring evidence that would be sufficiently robust to get through the court systems
so condemn call for dialogue stop every last arms crate to turkey all you want now like fixing a crumbling house with duct tape over worked well the situation is worse because he didn't leave the old these foreign fighters which were detained under the kurdish. detention centers are now being opened. and ways and these people are being freed on the territory which means that this people 1st of all can be active in the territory of syria again and possibly being foreign fighters they might even decide or choose to return to europe and therefore to activate their cells in europe again in everything today to settle arab networks including out arabic that imam payton said old foreign 4th stationed in syria anything less lol. but there is
always hope do not have to give it up. with you that all the forces deployed illegitimately inside any sovereign state in this case scenarios you must believe this is true thing everyone if syria's new legitimate government chooses to say to them they have no more need for russia's military presence just as true for russia right now we are discussing this openly with partners including iran and turkey we spoke about it with our american partners many times and i will be open with you as i have been with my counterpart syria must be free from other states military presence to the territorial integrity of the syrian arab republic must be completely or stored. that statement by president putin comes ahead of a state visit on monday as being 12 years since he was and he came to me to king solomon the saudi crown prince following the visit for us.
saudi arabia and russia is a remarkable example of how 2 countries could be great partners or friends and foes at the same time everything that riyadh gets itself involved in and the middle east be it about iran yemen or syria gets full support from washington and you do realize that at all these cases russia is on the different side of the barricade. but when the russian leader in the saudi crown prince get along so. so well in
person by the way they are the authors of probably the most famous high profile high 5 in the world the chances that the dialogue could work will always be very high. i have very good relations with both the king and the crown prince of we have been making good headway practically in with susan surely we do have to bear in mind that the 2 countries are the world's largest oil producers are their competitors know in this case most likely opec plus partners to all kinds of oil and gas and issues related to the energy sector are on the agenda especially after the drone attack from last month on one of saudi arabia's most important oil refineries which could the country's output by almost a half and almost put the region on the brink of a real crisis. yemen's
who the rebels said we did it washington and allies almost immediately blamed it all on to iran it was feared that a u.s. led strike on iran could have been imminent the incident even led to vladimir putin suggesting that saudi arabia whose army is almost totally dependent on arms imports from the u.s. should buy russian made air defense missile systems it's another chance for mr putin to sell those but even without them 2000000000 dollars worth of contracts are expected to be signed between moscow and riyadh.
quite apart from things to be bought for capture moscow is bringing plenty of presidents which include russian movies cartoons an opera concert and a collection of russia's painting everyone is sure that the whole with sourav plenty of surprises ready for mr burton and karl but for now what that will be has remained a secret. in the 1st national challenge gender reassignment clinic is being sued by the mother of a patient and a psychotherapist who used to work there they claim that experimental treatments use on children as young as 11 have not been researched enough they're asking the court to ban the tavistock center from prescribing home unblocking medication unless a court decides it in the child's best interest they also accuse the clinic and the trust that it's in charge of gender identity services in atlanta and giving
families a misleading information about the risks of treatment marcus evans a psychiatry is to walk to the clinic and the husband of the psychotherapists in the facility argues that the treatment is indeed under researched. it is a controversial treatment we have only 2. kids it's got long reaching consequences. we really don't know what's going on in this area yet the trust was acting as if 'd there was nothing to look at everything was fine and we just carry on with never being again transition i'm just. young kids making decisions all they ever seizes on maybe are i couldn't as a parent make it this is not that only you know what children now how do you talk to 'd a 12 year old about the implications of their treatment. well now. look
at completely different. the clinic however denies the accusations claiming a high level of satisfaction from patients despite the controversy around the treatment the number of referrals to this clinic has increased exponentially in recent years mark evans again believes the topic of gender dysphoria has become highly politicized and the wellbeing of patients is overlooked. it is something about this area is highly religious laws which means this is the question it's all you refuse to be transposed and actually normie maybe who runs this is not taking place is not enough research it's not i'm not interested in the downside of what's going on is not i'm not scrutiny all. 'd the issue of consent and i think we need an end and regulatory body that would oversee the least controversial 'd area and not the use the trustees to bring go with the approach
runs lobby's it's not all it's not any i don't even necessarily really low as to what extent. the political force is drawing is going on in this area. i top story now with a major update al-tikriti latency raptly has just obtained footage of the syrian army and train the city of any falling north east of syria become a shortly after kurdish officials and syria said they had reached an agreement with the government in damascus trying to now able to enter kurdish controlled. past timing is as turkey continues its will to fight for all. i. could at present is groundwater to call it service in one u.s. state critics say mean the troll resources should be for the people there alone and not to take business on that story after this break.
yet to shape our lives just to become educated and in gain strength equals betrayal . when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground the. back in the program armed man has attacked a mosque in brooklyn a fire sale in west africa killing at least 16 people it's not clear who is behind it but there is growing concern about a search of religious extremism in the region the vast region in sub-saharan africa is one of the areas most at risk it spans from me and one to go all the way to the red sea in compassing 9 countries our senior correspondent explains the fears it's becoming a fertile recruiting ground for jihadi scripts. these days it's getting harder
to sell jihad in the middle east people know what hides by those pyres promises and tired generations cold at this point folk just sick of killing so the fanatics are packing up and leaving apparently for them there's more fun to be had elsewhere at the doorstep of the sahara are no we are all very concerned about the continuing escalation of violence in the city heal and its expansion into the gulf of guinea countries it is already one of the most inhospitable places on the planet and if the merciless heat malnutrition and almost total lack of medical care weren't enough to kill you well religious nutcases will take burkean of fast so just last week and the attack on a mosque during friday prayers 2 weeks ago 20 people mostly miners dead in the
parents' geodes the tack on a gold mine a little earlier at least 38 soldiers killed in the jihad this attack in neighboring mali according to n.g.o.s the number of ji hardest attacks in the sale have doubled every year from 2016 and if you're a career terror. with a fondness for killing webb better to be the sahara is huge will most 7 times the size of iraq plenty of fresh recruits high birth rates high poverty high desperation the perfect place to recruit an army of hopeless youth and start over. these ladies and gentlemen is the setting of the 2nd war and tara this is where
it's going to be waged fronts be fired the 1st shots when it set up a task force of sale nations the g 5 to stop islamist radicalism the hardly any effect on the funded under support the dead in smaller numbers than expected in the beginning in 2011 recall the united states and its so-called nato allies overthrew the regime but more and more cut off you saw libya become a hut bit of religious zealotry that has reverberated southward and in in fact has reverberated east were as well that's one of the reasons why africa has become a hotbed for so-called religious extremism the war on terror in fact has become so hot and so complicated that even the africa command.
the pentagon it's decided to be headquartered as the court term it. hundreds of thousands of miles from the gulf that does not optimism with regard to the prospect of combating. dammit religious zealotry lack of funds was address that a summit in brooklyn a fast so last month with west african leaders announcing a $1000000000.00 plan to combat the hardest violence which is pennies considering the challenge a $1000000000.00 to protect an area roughly the size of a 3rd of the european continent that's a hell is a gateway to the richer central african ivory coast garner southern nigeria and when they get there we'll all feel it from coffee prices to food shortages and or oil production declines that will batter the world's economy
and make no mistake this jihad is intended to hurt. in the u.s. state of south carolina water service providers are concerned over the decision to let google use ground water to call it service the search giant has a permit to plant more than 2000000000 liters of water every year to cover its need but it could be voted limits have exceeded critics of the decision to leave the water should be used for better purposes. i don't have a beef against google itself but i don't think it's appropriate to use pristine groundwater for cooling computers versus providing water for people we're obviously concerned about the long term safe sustainable yield of that aquifer our people in south carolina what they thought about google using water this way. yes i think it would definitely affect the ability. to have clean water without more him being in
the process i'm not sure that would be the best idea just for the environment probably wouldn't be the best i think there could be a better way i think that. and google being a multibillion dollar tech company maybe collaborate with another tech company to find other ways to call servers the controversy here in south carolina and google involves something called ground water or water that it's sucked out of an awkward for the concern is that as you pull the water out once it is used unless it is replenished by rain or snow or by some other source that over time the aqua for begins to collapse in on itself the ground shrinks and that creates infrastructure problems but beyond that the problem is for the next generation there isn't enough water technologies that exist today can provide vast amounts of clean safe healthy drinking water and water for other purposes in society it's being stated by local
people that google is acting in a very irresponsible way at this is not an evil corporation you know trying to steal the future of a widows and orphans would google tried to do is they try to at the time they built this facility to be extremely energy carbon fuel independent and sustainable and the choice is between whether use air conditioning which means to say burning lots of carbon fuel or using lots of water which is more much more energy efficient . funny and i'll be back around 30 minutes time with more updates so to stay with us. but. the world is driven by shaped by our own personal those words.
no dares thinks. we dare to ask. thinking of getting a new job and the ones we got an hour shift from where i was he didn't know what to do he was trapped in this tiny little wired how much we don't need to create with him he will just stir reaching out and she will want to bring him anywhere near. the leading dogs or caged in the into lane conditions on poppy farmers i mean 67 years you know they've been locked up in cages outside you see no protection from the weather the heat you know the cold air the rain the snow the founder nothing they have no protection. to get what you but it's ok. across the u.s. crude puppy mills are supported by dog shows and pet stores most of the puppies are
coming from this large scale factory farming kind of operations are being sought and at stores even joined a good businesses are involved like ogling mom santa there has been a shocking amount of organized opposition to adverts to increase the standards of care for dogs bred in commercial breeding for so many most of that opposition is coming from huge agricultural groups and industries that have nothing to do with jobs don't. by dog. time after a time you were going underground as the british queen opens a polymer that's already been unlawfully shut down by minority government leader boris johnson as he seeks to bypass legal obligations and leave the european union in 1000 days time coming out of the show was world renowned human rights lawyer
geoffrey robertson q.c. bugged by the cia in london we ask him what's legal and what's illegal when it comes to boris johnson lula u.s. diplomat scotland yard and your innocence in u.k. black history month going underground speaks of the son of miles davis one of the greatest jazz artists of all time all the small going on with today's going underground on the day of what u.k. labor leader jeremy corbyn goals are fos the state opening of the british parliament by the queen joining me is one of the world's top human rights was geoffrey robinson q.c. a founder of dodgy street chambers jeffrey welcome back to going undergrads are reports of the queen seeking advice on sacking boris johnson intimations routinely in the press the johnson wants to unlawfully void sending a letter to the european union your queen's council is the queen consulted you about 2nd birth as my obligations as a queen's counsel to advise the queen whenever i must free of charge. and i have not not yet. have advised daughter in law wants
but not the queen she needs a lot of advice because there are a lot of case about the british constitution of which she is the nominal guardian we talk about our unwritten constitution you know the only 2 countries in the world that don't have a written constitution a great britain and saudi arabia and in saudi arabia they don't have a supreme court that is capable of holding the ruler the government to account and i think we can be proud of the fact that our supreme court did stop the government from getting rid of parliament for 5 weeks that was an outrage and of course it was the supreme court who protected parliamentary democracy so i guess we don't know whether we live in a parliamentary democracy or goals judicial morning but you know very little
constitutional no man's land where you know very well we don't have a written constitution why not wear the country that gave the world the english language shakespeare and we are incapable apparently of writing down and goes deeper because you know in the sixty's when we gave independence to all these other former colonies we gave them our constitution we wrote it down here is a westminster constitution. so it may have the way they have it every day yeah but you know very well that if we don't what business is it of the judges of the supreme court to overrule a democratically elected someone's business to democracy in the rule of law and as it happens that falls in a democracy to be legal to the judicial branch and it's for.
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