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come back here with. some breaking news because syria's president bashar assad has congratulated the country's military on breaking islamic states three year long siege in eastern syria government forces did manage to fight their way into the city and link up with the brigade there that were trapped has more on this now we're also getting some reaction see from the russian defense ministry what they say yes andrew this is very important this is the confirmation from the washing army that the blockade of sore that's been in place for some three years is over i'm just going to read you some of the latest messages that we are getting from the russian defense ministry first of all they are confirming it then of course they're talking about these caliber cruise missiles that were launched from the frag it that i was telling you about last hour for an admiral as there were
a number of cruise missiles that destroyed the command and communication posts of islamic state near tears or what is happening at the moment according to the russian military is that the syrian government troops are. as we were saying they punched through the blockade so there was an apparent hole in the blockade what they're doing right now is making it wider also besides this the syrian troops are now in the midst of street battles with islamic state somewhere in the outskirts of . and really this is a historic day. in syria we understand this from the way the syrian government puts it we have seen the celebrations we have seen a tweet by president bashar al assad you have mentioned that he has congratulated his troops of course it's very important it's a siege that's been there. for such a long time the only way to deliver food medicine aid to the city was through
airdrops and of course this is strategically very important as well everybody's reaction would be the liberation of the city is imminent they've sort of as you said punched a hole through this see around the city if and when that happens in as we say looks like it's going to be shortly how significant would that be and what sort of blow is that so islamic state while the significant significance sorry cannot be underestimated speaking of strategic importance we have rock of course where there are still some jihad it's remaining it used to be one of it used to be that have facto capital of islam and state if the terrorists are kicked out of the dairies or province altogether that will mean that the terrorists that remain in iraq will have nowhere to go no where to retreat that means they're fully encircled in the heart of syria we've heard from the russian defense ministry we heard from the syrian government many adults that these final stages of the operation to kick out
state of the province could be the beginning of the end of islamic state in syria and of course we understand that in terms of infrastructure in terms of weapons storage in terms of the numbers of actual terrorists that were on the ground there was or was a very important spot for them with their pose with some of the command posts there but then again while we are talking about all. these important things of course what we should bear in mind is the importance for the tens of thousands of people that remain trapped inside there is or it was a humanitarian catastrophe you know the worst that can actually happen to people in these kind of cities and just for you to get an idea of what was going on inside. the city we put together a little clip take a look. thanks
islamic state around will mean and i'm quoting here a strategic defeat of the international terrorist organization islamic state in the syrian arab republic we understand that battles are still underway and if you look at the map again despite the major advancements in the last few weeks by the syrian government troops. this siege is not completely over yet in the sense that parts of duress or still surrounded by islamic state so it still will take a while we understand that but surely given the pace that we've seen the pace of the military ops that we've seen in last week's i guess the complete liberation of islamic liberation of terrorists or from islamic state is somewhere near and we'll be waiting for more updates from both the syrian army and the russian the russian air force the russian me. tree that of course have been helping the syrian government troops on the ground with their airstrikes certainly major news coming
out of syria over the last few minutes thanks. now in other news the founder of the red crescent in yemen has died in hospital in the capital city of sana'a he was unable to receive vital medical treatment as a result of saudi arabia's blockade of the country dr abdullah. passed away at the age of seventy six after a failed heart operation he was prevented from traveling abroad for surgery in local hospitals like the equipment that would have potentially saved his life a spokesperson for the red cross told us he died as a result of conditions that have killed millions of others in yemen first of all i would like to see what you have. to grow cross and red crescent that don't don't mess us the menu doing is one of life's complete me of yemen and sit down and let you eat it he. is in reason millions of
the brits every in yemen as we speak it is you me or even you that is fourteen million you know to me i have no access to healthcare. in total the un does estimate that around twenty thousand people have now been denied crucial health care due to the saudi bombing campaign and the blockade like a messy son zubair believes that the saudi government is directly responsible for his father's death. or the executive director for the world food program david beasley has called on saudi arabia to stop its military activities in yemen saudi arabia for fun one hundred percent of the needs of the human crosses in yemen are the stop the war of the crisis option three to both of them islander jack may again told us a groups are unable to cope with the situation. we speak well for
a country where we have just reached six hundred and seven thousand suspected cases of cording that is your job because the outbreak of our dads unprecedented in just century in only four months we see the country well over have to release it has no access to clean water a country where seven million people wanted it ego's to study with millions of women and children at c.t.v. and through the minority so all these you need in egypt is going to go it best when we can not so that the crisis or you believe it is a good try all of those who are good and use concrete and that many artists can bring about a lessening of that day but something that we see in human action there is no. doubt it. is that it is outside the world it has us up.
there. southern italy has been one of the main entry points for migrants arriving in europe since the humanitarian crisis began back in twenty fourteen however more than parts of the country are now seeing an influx of migrants to come in from neighboring europe pain states several mayors of northern italian cities have written a letter to mr lee's interior ministry claiming that ninety percent of the refugees are not fleeing war but are arriving from other e.u. countries which have already rejected their asylum applications one who we spoke to says it's down to the u.s. lack of unite union fight policy. these people are arriving in italy from northern europe they're not returning to asleep or intern for the first time across your
screen border the afghans and pakistanis who are coming to italy because they've been rejected by countries in northern europe the e.u. should be keeping track of asylum seekers but unfortunately there is no unified policy it makes no sense for asylum seekers to be accepted by it's only when germany has already rejected their claim this is not about free movement across the e.u. is a problem of coherence in european policies we need to find a common strategy well every year tens of thousands of migrants are ordered to leave the u. but in twenty fifteen only thirty six percent of them were actually sent back to their home countries or to the country from which they travel to the european union meanwhile tens of thousands of migrants have disappeared off the radar in europe the largest number was reported in germany with officials there saying as many as one hundred thirty thousand refugees were actually missing and this has been a major cause for concern in europe and further afield with several failed asylum
seekers implicated or involved in a number of terror attacks we can have a look at some of them one of the most recent left two people dead and several injured in the finnish city of the while there was also the london bridge attack back in june that left eight people killed and then the tragedy at the burning christmas market where twelve people were fatally injured by a truck playing into crowds all of those atrocities were carried out by failed asylum seekers we heard the views of a early modern european history professor who says that europe needs to stand together. of migrants coming from the north just bantering back and forth with all the borders that we know which is all syria and coming from the solve so this is getting worse there is no balance to between counted in migrants and counting the don't want my words at all and there is a lack of a common policy of the european union or oh if there is a common goal it is not nearly implemented that we have
a case of. migrants that they say we should like mr trump and we should react that wall i fear are the acts of violence the relation of act the buyer in the game is the migrants this is what the story tells when there is a minority which is not. subject to. now the russians had t.v. for just north of the kazakstan border has been hit by the heaviest rainfall in years the equivalent of three months rainfall flooded the city's streets in a matter of hours leaving cars and other transport trapped in the rising waters you can see from these pictures emergency services are attempting to ease the flooding and help those stranded there have been no reports of any injuries as. you're watching for news out here on our table back into me.
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doing all middle of the room sick. dealing with the real news is. welcome back now another key player in the fight against isis the lebanese political and military group has bella this year is played a major role in backing islamic state fighters along the syrian lebanese border hizbollah lebanon's shia military and political organization was founded with the help of iran back in one nine hundred eighty two during these really occupation of lebanon since the beginning of the syrian civil war the group has been deeply involved in fighting against various rebel factions including al nusra front terrorists hizbollah has also proven to be an important player in combat saying islamic state in syria the group has
a strong anti western stance and has been listed as a terror organization by the us the european union and most arab league countries. rally spoke exclusively to the groups the deputy chief shaikh nine cassette. following my previous trip to lebanon in order to follow the hezbollah group to the arsehole mountains where they had cleared out the area from terrorists we had managed to build up a connection with hezbollah media group these are the our soul mountains east of lebanon it's the latest scene of the victory of hezbollah hezbollah managed to capture this cave which was used by terrorists as a base and that led to us being given a unique opportunity to interview their deputy leader nineteen named carson is one of the most influential men not just in lebanon but in the whole region and he's
a man who is very well guarded and it's very difficult to secure an interview with somebody of his stature but we managed to do so. and when we went to interview him in beirut. we had a very long security procedure to go through we had to meet at a certain location in the capital we then were told to leave all of our telephones and our electronic equipment before being escorted to another location where the interview took place we also asked about the ongoing conflict in syria in the fight against extremist rebels and that they've been at the front of every battle they've been fighting against isis not just here in lebanon but also of course across syria so many topics touched upon but between myself and share in carson in what is really a very rare and exclusive interview with one of the most senior members of the hezbollah group. yeah. the west wants
to see middle east divided in so we can trees so you can control everything the americans wanted to use islamic state against syria but then this monster turned against america so now they have no choice but to confront. that. america wants a regime change in syria that was the main goal of the war but when they failed to move through military means or with the help of other arab countries the shifted to a policy of non confrontation with president assad because they know mixtape poses as much of a threat to them as it does to the syrian people. there's not an imaginary president is a real and highly effective leader and the choice of the syrian people has been
last year and a project to remove brezhnev assad as an act against the whole of syria which we cannot accept at this time of war the syrian people reelected president assad as the legitimate had of the states this is a matter of choice for the syrian people an armada of foreign powers to negotiate. a return to our breaking news syria's president bashar assad is congratulated the country's military on breaking islamic states three year long siege of dear is already in syria government forces did manage to fight their way into the city and link up with the brigade trapped there russian the russian defense ministry which also helped with the defense for their support says it is a major defeat over i saw in the country will bring you the details more details at the top of the hour. i mean my place in the german city of leipzig have been facing harsh criticism after they advise women not to go running alone that was in response to a female jogger being trapped being raped in
a local park peter oliver has the story been a lot of criticism of the police force in labor for these comments not least of which coming from the mayor booker young the marriage there he slammed his own police force it follows on from the rape of a woman in a park on friday now the woman who said to be in her fifty's was punched and kicked so hard in the face that she required emergency surgery when she was found police then said in response that women shouldn't go out alone to jobs that they should jog in pairs and then followed that all with a quote when you run past someone look around to make sure that you are not about to be attacked well that prompted stern criticism from all across the media from people online in particular they said from the mayor of like you said that women should be safe to be able to to run alone or however they want to run in the city's
parks and around the city there he also followed on with this. the state's answer to those terrible incidents and two previous similar incidents must be to put more police on the streets and parks i have been calling for these for years. of issued a description of the man they're looking for a connection with the rape he said to be aged between twenty five and thirty five have dark hair and a short dark beard when it comes to the criticism of the police force this isn't the first time german officials have come in for this sort of critique it came back in early twenty sixteen when the mayor of cologne was savaged by the media after she said that women should remain an arm's length away from strange men when they're in public that was following the sex attacks that took place. of celebrations in the city of cologne there so it seems that the police the latest to
come in for criticism after what many have seen as a very insensitive way and another quick way to deal with this best occasion into what seems to have been a particularly brutal attack a sexual attack on a woman in a park. let's turn to france now because dozens of workers there are blockading a persian car against the closure of a subsidiary parts maker police have been deployed there amid rising tension from on this issue of dubinsky in paris well the reason the jessamine workers are blocking this particular factory which is owned by p s n a is because it makes inception cars and is one of the people that buy parts from g s n n n j s n n workers of saying p s n eight isn't giving it another support to keep its own factory open. in lasseter pen now we have seen quite muscular divisions and tensions today as the c r s this is the french special sources have come in to actually remove some of those workers from blockading site and some of
the tensions have been popular there these guys are and. happy more than unhappy and that's because their own factory down in lawsuits or any of the city tools in central france has been in liquidation and the threat of closure since december two thousand and sixteen and they say that taking the fight outside their own factory isn't enough anymore in fact what we've seen from the last few months is that they have tried to here make their voices heard as loudly as possible including by setting tires ablaze outside their own factory setting traps and saying that they would even blow up their own factory if it does eventually close taking the fight. p.s. in a today and that has made some people the p.s. in a factory unhappy as well as the local mayor who's criticised that move now there is a coup judgment do in two days' time but that could again be pushed forward into
the future as we've seen many times in the past and what these guys are saying is they're just not happy they're taking action because they feel this is the only way that they can make their voices heard more than two hundred men are likely to lose their jobs because they still don't have any resolution to what's happening outside their factory and instead of keeping the fight now outside their factory they're taking the fight to other factories including p.s.a. the makers of persian citroen and that's because g.s. n n workers are suppliers of persia in sichuan and they say that they want car companies like that to consolidate and to confirm that they will make bigger orders in the future to help save their own factory. in ski there were to turn to our breaking news this hour because syria's president bashar assad has congratulated the country's military on breaking islamic stage three year long siege of deer is released in syria government forces did manage to fight their way into the city and link up with brigade trapped there russia's defense ministry you help with the
offensive with support says it is a major defeat over i saw in the country we'll have more details for you at the top of. meantime the russian president has said that suffer sanctions against north korea over its nuclear program useless blood me putin also believes that further military escalation on the korean peninsula could lead to quote a global catastrophe he was speaking to the media at the bric summit in china from there kate partridge reports. it was a very comprehensive post summit conference by president putin but of course one of those key points was about north korea and north korea he took her with countries like libya and iran where regime change had been opposed upon them and he believes that the north korean people are looking at that particular example and fear that threat of regime change being imposed upon them and he thinks that is the reason why that they're hanging on and they don't want to give up then you can't tests. everyone remembers what happens with iraq and saddam hussein he stopped the
production of weapons of mass destruction regardless under the pretext of searching for those weapons saddam himself was destroyed alongside his family members. if you look at the the question is no to and they remember that in north korea the thing that just because of sanctions north korea will forget its policy of creating weapons of mass destruction russia condemns those north korean actions we think they are a provocation then you could hear should because all the koreans as i told one of my colleagues yesterday would rather eat grass than give up on their nuclear program unless they feel safe to be president putin was pointing out that the u.s. response towards north korea has been sanctions are good as seems likely as well with yet more sanctions but president putin was a pains to point out that he feels that this is a dead end approach he doesn't back the need to rise ation all of the potential in fact he and president xi of china i mean very much against it saying that he was unacceptable but he believes that north korea will carry on regardless they want
the militarization they want the need to rise sation of the financial and therefore they'll carry on regardless of sanctions so president putin think that's therefore it's a waste of time he also finds it illogical whereby russia and north korea have been put on the same sanctions this before and therefore didn't work and now the u.s. is saying that they want russia's help in trying to impose sanctions upon p.r. knowing really the community of course it's absurd to put rusher on the same sanctions list alongside north korea and then ask us to help impose sanctions against. korea from the sanctions regime has hit a wall it is not effective but it is also to do with the humanitarian side of things no matter what we do to north korea north korea's actions will not change that millions of people will suffer president putin reiterated his policy and that of president years well in that they believe the only way forward is through diplomacy and get around the negotiating table once again.
ok let's go back to that breaking news this hour because syria's president bashar al assad has congratulated his country's military on breaking islamic states three year long siege of theaters or at least in syria russia's defense ministry says if the whole area cannot be cleared of ice or terrorists it would be a major blow to the terror group to try and care is there in the studio again now with more details on this. this could be a major major breakthrough couldn't it well yes and speaking of the latest things that we have received both from the syrian army and the russian military i can tell you they are fully confirming it now first we heard the confirmation from the syrian president we saw it in a tweet that there was an announcement on syrian state t.v. we do realize that it's a very special day for syria and the people of syria then a few hours later this is something that happened within the last forty or thirty minutes or so we heard the confirmation from the russian military and now.