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for a ah, israeli palestinian violence escalates after tel aviv hits guys that killing kind including the leader of the islamic diaz group. palestinian militants reportedly launch more than a 100 rockets at israel, in response to the russian investigative committee accuses to have of showing a hospital in the center of don. yes, leaving several people injured, including a child also this our russia and china call on the u. s. to reduce its nuclear deployment and stop expanding its military infrastructure abroad, saying it poses a threat to international peace and security. ah,
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good morning from moscow to the world. this is our teen or national with this hour's top stories i'm fiorella is about. welcome to the program is really armed forces and palestinian militants have exchanged massive rocket and air strikes to night. that's as tensions in the region mounted after television shop, the gaza strip, killing at least 10 people in response to the israeli strikes the palestinian islamic jihad claim to launch a 100 rockets from the gaza strip towards israel while television that at least 50 rockets were fired air raid sirens were heard in the south of the country, a defense correspondent for the israeli. i 24 news channel brought us up to speed with the latest. a very tense night, the head for the residents. all for the guys, the border communities here around us with a concern that there will be many, many more marriages of our rockets making the way from the guys street and into
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israeli territory. the 1st barrier drove all rockets following the beginning of these really operation in gaza. that 1st marriage came at around 9 p. m. local time included some 80 rockets or so the vast majority of them fired here to the guys a border communities. but some even fired further north to the city over still didn't even to the city of the army, southern suburb of a television in of course the big question which will determine the fate offer. this is really operation. how strong and how big will these army jihad responds to the killing of the leaders will be. and another interesting question, will hamas joint operation? egypt is putting immense pressure on hamas to stay outside for now. this is israel has conveyed the message that for the moment it is only striking islamic jihad, their targets. all of those killed in the initial operation,
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come from the ranks of these lamps jihad. so how much under immense pressure air from egypt, especially not to join of the operation. of course, if israel conducts an operation against design, just as one story and operation against islamic jihad and hamas, that is of course, another story. the answer to these questions will eventually determine the fate of this latest israeli operation in the gala st. in this so as you can see, the moment a building and gaza was struck. israel said the leader of the militant wing of the islamic jihad movement was killed in what it described as a special operation against the group. the palestinian islamic jihad is banned in russia and recognize as a terrorist group, a warning to viewers you may find the falling image is disturbing. this video shows the aftermath of the attack. what people carrying the body of a 5 year old victim. the strike was a part of an anti terrorist israeli operation named breaking dawn, which saw 10 people killed in over 50 injured. at the same time,
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these really defense ministry announced a state of emergency in an 80 kilometer zone around garza extending into israel earlier. the country's military announced it was sending more troops to the area in case of possible reprisal attacks following its strike and the recent arrest of a senior militant in the west bank. yar eat a board member at amnesty international who's in gaza right now, has more on the latest i'm sitting right now in my house and i can see there is the window of course for me and i can hear the bombs every now. and then i just because it's getting a closer and closer, i think kind of the situation is very intense. everyone is anxious. everyone is scared. for me, i've lived in the u. k for the past 6 years. and the reason i left is because of my trauma because of what i've witnessed in gaza and now being back in does after 6 years because my father passed away having to witness the same trauma that made me
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leave is really, really difficult. i can remember the 201420122008 wars. you know, the situation is very dense. there is bombing all over the place. it's not an operation against only this them. if you had, it's an operation against anyone who lives in gaza because they target everyone and they don't respect any person or anyone. there is no safe mason guys. i can't run away. we don't have basements to hide. and we don't have anything, we could win the bomb the bomb randomly. in the last word i was in the massacre of the fall. i literally suffered from p s. d depression and anxiety since then. and because i am an ordinary citizen, i work with international. i that a good that my whole life to raise the voice of my people. i was 14 and i literally witnessed people getting cut in huffs in front of my eyes. you know, i was separated from my father for 6 years and he died this year. and i didn't see
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him for 6 years. this is not equal sides. you know what? we have to go through and palestine what we have to go through and got that. no human being in the what word goes through. after the attack on the leader of the islamic jihad, the israeli army continued to strike the gaza strip, talking weapons, weapons production plants as well as warehouses and firing positions belonging to palestinian militants. meanwhile, near the israel gaza border arm palestinians took to the streets of the west bank to show their support of garza in the escalating conflict. michael maloof, a former senior security policy analyst, and alexander, bruno and independent political analyst offer their thoughts on how this conflict could easily spiral out of control. the shelling is in a very confined area and the hot and the risk of getting the civilians is streamline high. and so you're going to see many innocent people killed. and this
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is just on a foam and even further violence and retaliation. this could, this could be the beginning of an i was very serious, unraveling. why, what happened now? it's beyond me, given all the other tensions in the, in the area that, that are occurring. i just think that with this thing could very easily get out of control and it could bring in other groups. and this thing could expand very, very rapidly. the operation effectively started 2 days ago on august the 3rd, when they arrested the planning you had leader. also what is important is the context here. israel is going to have it's, i believe this election in the span of 3 years. i called this operation the beginning of the electoral season because benjamin netanyahu still in the background for the right is going to play this card. so forcing the central
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government of yard le peed to have to show his own credentials in this regard. this operation will not just last a few days and everything is in place for another invasion of gaza by the ukrainian forces of target at a hospital in the center of don. yes, according to the russian investigative committee, ukrainian army showing hit the maternity wing of the building. 10 people were reportedly wounded including a child. he has yet to comment on the incident. the latest attack comes as the shelling of don. yes, continues on a daily basis. the city's mayor said ukrainian forces shell the city and destroyed a bus carrying civilians. 3 people were killed in the strike, leaving 5 more wounded. over the last few days, ukrainian military has targeted several residential areas in its relentless shelling of don. yes,
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a warning again. you may find the following image is disturbing. a video has appeared on social networks showing more victims of thursday shelling in dawn. yes, a grandmother and her granddaughter were found dead in a park. they were heading to the local theater when the attack happened. ortiz roman closer have, has more on the innocent victims of the shelling done. bus altura is just one of many places that were struck by ukrainian artillery on thursday. according to the art director of done, boss, altera, the world of valley had lost one of its most prominent dancers. galena was a teacher too many stores of ballet around the world. along with her, there was another casualty, school of year old katya. she is right here, she was killed as well as galena was bringing her to this theatre. now katya was supposed to become the next ballet superstar watching gallantly with chile. she was
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very talented. why i always wanted to help her. she took all my lessons well and she was very smart with amazing talent. she was off stop. she was invited to the iconic by gone over academy of russian ballet. she had to go there soon and in order to be in shape, she called our best teacher for galena, vast hill, yet not to study with her. that day they went to meet each other. cathy was with her grandmother and galena, vasily aetna, and when they was struck by the ukrainian shell, it was a terrible death. every one was told to pieces so scary. at that time we was sitting in a bomb shelter and we heard a terrible explosion. the theatre was shaking from a toll. oh oh oh it's sheila stood selena. selena has developed so many stars and now they write to us from germany, italy and america. she was the teacher of styles who later became leading masters
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of the stage of european theaters and when much jeremy ah, today that was when we lose such people that they highest professionalism. it's incredibly difficult. kathy, his grandfather is in shock. i feel so sorry for him. when people ask him for come in, he says, what am i going to tell you? here lies. my wife here is my granddaughter without legs. it's scary and horrible. the points of impacts of ukrainian artillery happened to be or right in this sensor offer. don't ask on thursday, we are in a so called a theater district. there is a movie theater, right there. don't boss opera house over there. there's another drama theatre about a couple of 100 meters away from here. now this particular place is always full of
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people. perhaps that's the reason for the deaths off at least 6 civilians who were killed by ukrainian artillery on thursday from one quarter of hearty dullness. people's republic. calves reacted with outreach to a new report by amnesty international into the conduct of ukrainian forces. high level politicians, including president lensky, say the accusations from one of the world's leading human rights organizations that ukrainian troops intentionally used civilians as human shields are false and amount to propaganda. amnesty international, amnesty international sham, fortunately tries to amnesty the terrorist state and shift the responsibility from the aggressive to the victim. and if someone makes a report in which the victim and the aggressor, or allegedly the same in something, if some data about the victim is analyzed and what the aggressive was doing, the same time is ignored. this cannot be tolerated a backup. or would you go, mr. put on this behavior by amnesty international is not about finding and
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conveying the truth to the world. it is about creating a false balance between the criminal and the victim missoula. she said, please stop engaging in this creation of a false reality where every one is guilty of something beseech um, instead engage in reporting the systemic large scale truth about what today's rushes were. things such a strong reaction for members of the ukrainian government because this report from amnesty international specifically accuses ukraine of violating international humanitarian law by using residential areas such as hospitals and schools as military bases. and it's important to note here that this report didn't just find one or 2 examples. it notes an ongoing pattern in which these residential areas are used by ukraine's military. here's what the report said. we have documented to pattern of ukrainian forces putting civilians a truce can violate the laws of war when they operate in populated areas. at 22, out of 29 schools. wizard, amnesty researches are the fallen soldiers using the premises or found evidence of
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currents or prior military activity, including the presence of military for teaks, discarded munitions, army ration packets and military vehicles. now and it comes to the violations that are mentioned. these are ones that russia has been talking about for months, but it's also notable that there have been photos and videos posted on social media showing some of the things that are mentioned in this report. as you can see there on your screen, their images that show ukrainian troops in schools using those schools as some sort of military bases. and there have also been a number of videos posted that showed you premium military tanks in residential areas driving down the street. and so there's a lot of the reason why we're seeing so much frustration from the ukrainian government is because when it comes to this accusation, the russia has made time and time again, noting the ways in which civilians are being used by ukraine as human shields. well, now you have amnesty international,
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providing further evidence of those claims that are afraid without ongoing from presidency lensky. it's not just limited to amnesty. is it? in fact, when it comes to what we're seeing from zelinski, we're seeing and increasingly aggressive rhetoric specifically towards the west, by all of the money and all of the weapons that they have sent that has not stopped full. and he's criticism. in fact, when it comes to his latest tirade, it was believed to be aimed at a former german chancellor who recently traveled to moscow and met with russian president who and in that speech will accuse him of quote, working for russia. it is simply disgusting when former leaders have powerful states with european values work for russia, which is fighting against these values. so when it comes to all of the aid from though, as long as he is happy to take it, however, he's being increasingly critical of those countries that are helping him out. mister zelinski is not happy about the status of his funding. i believe from the
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e u. we've seen that before, but what's the latest update here? yeah, that's the raisal and he's also speaking out about that. and he's claiming that there's about 8000000000 euros and funding which are being held up by the e. u. now, notably in his statement on it, he refused to say which country was responsible. however, his office has spoken out and said that they believe that it is in germany. here's what's going to say about that. me out a 1000000000 years for ukraine, a currently suspended, and such an artificial delay of macro financial assistance. so it is either a crime or mistake and it's difficult to say which is worse in such conditions. the full scale war. i don't want to name the european country that slowing it down. now let's believe that this is still a mistake and it will be corrected. now it's also notable here as long as he has been exceptionally critical of any countries that suggest any sort of talks with russia. however, now he's publicly speaking out and calling on china to have discussions with the
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frames, and we'll see exactly where that request goes. ortiz union o'neill and rachel blevins. there, the unite as chris and topple of former greek ambassador diplomat says, of the landscape will pay a high price for his rhetoric. he's hitting the west and this shows that something is not going well inside here inside ukraine. inside his administration, i mean, he gives the impression that he is panicking. the wish understands that nothing is happening. there are more and more going towards starting discussions with moscow. and i think that this is the message that the lens is getting, and that's why he's also panic. of course, on the west will try at this moment to reassure him that they're all
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behind him. but if he doesn't stop touring, he's going to pay for that in a, in a very bad way. ah, africans have met with outrage the words of the us ambassador to the united nations during her tour of the continent. the official warned african nations they could face consequences if they'd freight n u. s. sanction commodities such as russian oil. if a country decides to engage in with russia where there are sanctions, then they are break, breaking those sanctions are breaking our sanctions. and in some cases, they're breaking un sanctions with other countries and we caution countries not to break those sanctions because then if they do that they stand the chance of having a actions taken against them poor for breaking those sanctions. the hypocrisy never stops. and what's painful is they send a child from african origin to spread their propaganda and exploitative agendas.
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usa is the source of countless atrocities in this modern world. sort your moral compass as a country 1st before coming to preach in africa. thanks for your offer, but you should have it in your mind that uganda can survive without your assistance . so please, if you want to assess, go ahead without applying your hypocritical conditions. africa does not want or need the u. s. we have china, russia, and other friends, thomas greenfield, spoke in the ugandan capital after a meeting with the countries president, a u. s. ally, who has not criticized russia's military operation in ukraine and has expressed sympathy with moscow. uganda is the u. s. is official 1st stop on an african tour that will include visit said gonna and cape birthday. her trip comes a week after the africa visit of sir gala rob the russian foreign minister who dismiss charges that moscow is solely responsible for a dangerous food crisis in countries ranging from somalia to south sudan. we heard
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from mo, debbie madiba, co founder of the insight factor, an investigative journalist who says african countries are capable of choosing their own policies. the comments by the, by the, by the vote by that states and their authority is simply another form of colonization to formal scipio to companies for the thinking that they can dictate to the rest of the world. what they should do, how we should think, as if african people kind of thing for themselves. america doesn't seem to care about what happens of africa. lisa's benefits them and the only reason why dimension to put crisis was they wanted to make it seem as if intellectuals faults with regards to the military operation. and you, great. so they wanted to play russia for that, you know, without looking at the facts about looking at, they actually did a cable with regards to sections, you know, there was for those requests on the quote. it was because of the sections and to which, you know, so you know, just want to question, i just feel that there you don't care. and the only reason why the one once
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mentioned the information there to watch mission it was russian is the key player. and the wants to go through and if you don't say anything that's weird, you have to transform. the energy of africa is good. you have to come from russia. so anything would cease to destabilize that that's what the united states was on friday, pakistan's election, commission ordered, ousted prime minister im wrong con, to appear personally out of hearing on allegations of his party receiving prohibited funding. pakistan's ruling alliance earlier filed a petition with the election commission seeking a lifetime disqualification for con, for not disclosing information about receiving gifts from other states. the former pakistani p. m. denies the accusations. the future political party collected money from companies in 2012 and the law prohibiting this action was formulated in 2017. therefore, no law has been while aged. the election commission of pakistan is saying that the
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money raised by overseas pakistan is, is illegal there calling it foreign funding. tell me if this money's for in funding than waterbaugh the remittances and the money that has signed for earthquakes and flawed sweat. meanwhile, thousands in pakistan took to the streets of karachi outside the election commission building to protest the ruling on the alleged illegal foreign funding of cons. party protestors carried banners calling for the chief election commissioners resignation. earlier the former p. m called on his supporters to gather in peaceful protests in an address via video link. demonstrators claim be election, commission decision is biased and aiming at getting rid of a serious political contender. o election commission's decision is biased and we're here to protest. we demand a free and fair elections, and we're going to the traditional commission to register a complaint against the chief election commissioner as he delivered a horrible decision and deliberately turned it into
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a foreign funding case. the purpose of that decision is to talk it only p, t i. and to make a negation against them are in cod in such way that people with turn against him, that this can all happen because enron con, is honest and trustworthy. and they have given the wrong decision and if they are so concerned about foreign funding, why didn't they ask other parties who actually have ties to india? we demand early free and fair elections. the legal grounds, ferg, cons disqualification are said to be been non disclosure of prohibited funding from foreign states, an organization's filing to disclose funding information was the same reason. former pakistani prime minister, no watts sharif, was removed from office in 2017. sharif was sentenced to 10 years in prison and is currently in london, receiving medical treatment research associate at the university of la horse side.
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ali jeffrey says the pro emron cod movement in pakistan is gaining momentum and this ruling as his opponents best chance to keep him out of power. a election commission bank due to my one in particular, but it could party died being the p d because these lambert high court and one of which decisions a few months back according to the or dean d. like in commission to here and decided to phone cases of all political parties together. so this is sheila victimization. and if you look at the decision to come out from the big, it is full of errors. most of the people on the list are foreigners, they are, they are overseas by them. i just, i need to come over on p v and recorded with saying that we are always focused on isn't overseas focused on these have hulu rights and privileges to do need to any political party. in fact,
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the popularity is swelling. by the minute you see tons of, you know, many people out outside on the door every day. whenever he makes a goal. or whenever he gives a goal, people come out, respond, and you know, come on the streets and every city of the country. and without fail, so the popularity is increasing and this is the last roll, the dice that the operation has. and if this is the operating would typically have nothing against him because every other thing that the opposition has done changed it has, it has, you know, going on or to take the russian delegation to the un has called on washington to return. it's nuclear weapons, q u s. territory. se nato should stop developing its military infrastructure in europe. with the aim of preventing another pernicious nuclear arms race, russia has unilaterally undertaken the commitment not to be the 1st to deploy
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systems covered by the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty in regions where such us my systems are not to coit. we call on the united states and its allies to undertake similar commitments. russia is not the only country concerned about us nuclear proliferation. beijing has also called on washington to reduce its deployments and return to dialogue on arms control issues. china accuses the u. s. a. posing a threat to international peace and security with its diverse nuclear arsenal. asian made the statements during the non proliferation of nuclear weapons review conference in new york. chinese representative slammed the u. s. for investing trillions of dollars in the development of different types of nuclear arms warning this could lower the trash hold for the use of such weapons asian also cues, washington of undermining the regional and global strategic balance by developing
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advanced missile defenses in asia and europe. as well as sharing nuclear weapons with non nuclear states, calling on washington to stop the practice. united states to withdraw all which nuclear weapons from europe and refrain from deploying nuclear weapons in any other region. any attempt to replicate nato's nucular sharing model in the asia pacific region would undermine regional strategic balance and stability, and would be firmly opposed by the countries in the region and when necessary faced severe countermeasures. china as concerns are now without cause. the u. s. is the only say to have used nuclear weapons in combat against another country. in the final months of world war 2, the u. s. devastated the china, japanese cities of hiroshima and nagasaki with atomic bombs. the bombings took place on the 6 and the 9th of august in 194577 years ago to the day me. oh
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i oh, i civil rights attorney, robert patina says the leadership on global nuclear curb pass to come from washington. america really wants to leave the world into disarmament. if you were the one to show that the example for other countries of the nuclear weapons are all no longer needed. simply a relic of the past, i think we should disarm new, clearly new, clearly down to only the most finite amount, if in existence at all,
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i think the major nuclear nations could fly to see treaty some of the salt one or 2 that would limit the numbers of nuclear arm to bring that eventually down to 0. but then that leadership has to come from america until they do so. they can criticize other nations from that fall and believe that they are not setting for the interceding period of time. we'll have to use our diplomatic efforts in order to prevent that from happening going forward. i think nuclear disarmament is the best course going forward. i think all industrialized nation should be working for that goal. and that's the route for this hour's top stories. don't forget to find us at r t dot com, rumble and odyssey for more coverage of the latest international stories. and of course, be sure to follow us on twitter and instagram from our quality content. bye for now . ah
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