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listen i. i. terrified regretful and looking for a way back to the families of suspected fighters await their fate in a refugee camp in iraq. to gain access to. the un to these women's faces not to reveal the names and most importantly not to tell anyone where they are being held. the un security council vote. against north korea over its latest nuclear test well the united states. all trade with any countries that do business with pyongyang. after the city's
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decision to gang members to be well behaved and sold in a bid to. pull a very warm welcome to you from all of us here at the international in moscow we have monday wellhead. over a thousand wives and children of suspected ice or fighters awaiting for their fate to be determined this at a refugee camp in iraq it's following a series of defeats suffered by that terror group in our two years among the first news networks to access that facility the location we won't disclose for security reasons our correspondent sent us the following report which contained the first video interviews with people at this camp on my boy. it's
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a shame that. because it's because it is such a dumb as it is. the earlier this year this woman's husband was killed in mosul he wasn't one of the good guys he was in a slam make state fighter. no i wasn't but you know yesterday. with the fall of. they had nowhere left to run the wives and children of presumed isis fighters finally surrendered the biggest concern now is safety and security the u.n. has asked us to blur these women's faces not to reveal their names and most importantly not to tell anyone where they're being held because isis so do a lot of hatred in iraq they spilled a lot of blood and there are people here who would come over just to throw a grenade across the fence we filmed these women. in order to avoid the necessary
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attention for their own safety the first thing many told us is that they never wanted to be here in the first place. please. any of the guns you seem to need to put up with them they're not good for. almost all of these woman foreign as a dead giveaway isis encouraged bringing families over there terrified they fear the iraqi army and they're even scared of aid workers because for that addition. to get. someone who wasn't the tell us if that's. what you do it's
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a no brainer system school just does the fetch is a good social club gives out is the registrants unit known to china she didn't have to have some of them one on the any such as if she had said yes i feel a bit nuts and then you will of us most me just as accept if someone does this. finite duty of dialysis yet another sitting in the ng is not the day that the woman we found in russian speaking but the majority turkish there also been blue eyed europeans africans chinese and other asians americans many iraqis see them as something alien to fog on sky too deeply to forget the ideology of terror. that alas it was something. that you began. to doubt if it was fifty fifty
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plus county calif is it and have you shot that fifty of them and fifty for doing enough but that. one has got all this shit is. that. nothing if you think i don't need not feel i need it to me i'm not a young person if i'm pluck i can't help it i'm not much ok that. you have a problem is the kids there are families from gaza. dozens of different countries currently held by iraqi forces among them more than a thousand children and many of them orphans many won't be able to tell you their names because of trauma or age and getting them out is paramount. maryam and her infant sister and now in unicef care but far from many family aid groups including the u.n.
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are working around the clock to establish identities but it's slow and dangerous work and it falls to the woman to contacts relatives let them know they're still alive or not it is my opinion. of the new government in vietnam. some of these women may be telling the truth and those may not they brew can lose just by being here some even to come in food and it will be up to cool it's in iraq in their home countries to establish guilt in the children he recently hostages in a war they don't even understand or i guess d.m. . from iraq. the un security council is expected to vote on a resolution that would impose even tougher sanctions on north korea following its latest nuclear test the resolution was drafted by the united states pyongyang has
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already reacted to the move in case the u.s. eventually does regard the illegal unlawful resolution on harsher sanctions the d.p. r. k. shall make absolutely sure that the us based you price. by now looking at what it would take for washington to actually fill its full economic throws a lot of the loud and angry noises are coming from washington directed against their longtime foes in pyongyang u.s. leaders are now even discussing an oil embargo economically punishing those who do business with north korea the united states will look at every country that does business with north korea as a country that is giving aid to their reckless and dangerous nuclear intentions and it's not just bombast the trumpet ministration is actively planning to block all trade with d p r k i have been executive order prepared it's ready to go to the president it will authorize me to stop doing trade and put sanctions and then he
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does trade with north korea the president will consider that at the appropriate time once he gives the u.n. time to act so what country does trump have in mind well it's no secret that ninety percent of north korea's trade is with china so is the u.s. a ready to target beijing that's a little bit easier said than done at this point there's huge business interests that are at play and over two trillion dollars in u.s. debt that's held by china the usa is currently pressuring russia and china to vote with them at the united nations in order to put sanctions on north korea we believe that the policy if maximizing pressure on north korea including through sanctions has been exhausted as we have said that repeatedly we stress that the russian chinese joint an issue to have namely the very smart for korean settlements is a new proposals and additions safe no alternative has been presented so there are many other issues that are also at play here according to the government of south
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korea over eighty different countries currently do business with the north it's not just a longtime foes of the u.s. on the global stage but longtime u.s. allies countries like singapore the philippines and even nato countries germany and france so would the punishment apply equally to everyone. is the usa ready to put sanctions on eighty different countries it would mop and art see new york following washington's tough rhetoric over the past several months john yang last week claimed it had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb in response to the u.s. ramped up its military presence in the region investigative journalist. so it's unlikely that washington will be able to force all countries that do business with north korea to stop. it will be voted difficult to impose to force the whole wall to keep the sanctions or the level of sanctions that are being recently proposed particularly when it comes to china oh i think that china will be doing
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quite a lot to show that is neutral in this case but the north korea is a very close ally of china historically actually china helped north korea to sort of life against the us today invasion doing the so-called korean war this is a direct hit over cation against north korea and then to this also a message that is sent to the wall what we will do this to you if you disobey we will do this to you if you truly fall to fly. there are so many street gangs in california as capital sacramento that one of the main problems of the city is crime and violence. there are concerns over sacramento is growing again.
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the mayor has promised to do more for the area so is anything changing. you can measure the number of crimes that are reported the number of guns that you receive but you can't measure the number of crimes that have probably prevented what he's doing. so in a bid to tackle gun violence sacramento is paying gang members to be. well behaved the program dubbed advance piece is set to run for three years and is funded by private donations the idea behind it is that only a handful of criminals are responsible for almost old gang related crime we asked sacramento residents what they think should be paying people not to kill people it
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just seems silly to me i mean i was taught to behave myself to be a good citizen respect people. and not shooting people and here the city council wants to pay someone to behave themselves doesn't make sense to me criminals are going to take the money. and still commit crimes. the softer criminals ok that i can see because it helps feed their families and they don't have to do the drugs anymore but it depends upon how hard the criminal. is but it's not just about paying criminals the founders of the program say that those who commit gun crimes are victims of the violence themselves but investigative journalist john rapoport things there's no place for such an initiative in a lawful society. state governors of california are basically admitting that they
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can't deal with the gang violence situation in sacramento so what they're doing is they are setting aside several million dollars to pay certain gang members to not commit a crime this encourages essentially more crime it's madness is saying we will help you we're going to forget the fact that you're committing violent crime you offer them cash payouts you offer them free government services government services in return for what you're talking about murderers rapists people who shoot innocent people that's a serious mistake if you want a society with any law at all. at least twenty eight civilians were reportedly killed and sixteen injured in u.s. air strikes in afghanistan and logar province as afghan villagers have since returned to what's left of their homes.
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when the afghan and u.s. forces started the battle against isis everything was destroyed people were living in the ruins. we fled when the fighting started and came back when it was over to find our homes reduced to rubble. the coalition has acknowledged that so far this year over seven hundred civilians killed and nearly fifteen hundred injured in air raids according to the un's assistance mission the number of civilian casualties due to strikes has increased by forty three percent compared with twenty sixteen the figures were released after trumps announcement of expanding the us presence in afghanistan previously he had been rather critical about the afghan military campaign we will also expand. r.t. for american armed forces to target the terrorist and criminal networks afghanistan
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is a total and complete disaster let's get with it get out of afghanistan president since he has no blue often policy of the guns that push it in afghanistan not is he interested in what he is going to cause to his own troops as well as to civilians in afghanistan he has decided to send in at least four thousand more troops and also increase in the attic backs which is causing civilian casualties which is going to isolate america from the i would edge of the counties i believe that only the taliban have been opposed to the usa and to president trump now the average of the un is going to hate america for what it is doing to the common people and most of the attacks which have recently been cut it out it does live in men and children that have been taught to get it and not even the men and not a single taliban has been hurt in those so it is what intelligence would batting
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strategy and heartless conduct of a few of all this is all to international more of your monday headlines in just. one else so it's seems wrong. but all it will just don't call. me. yet to see palin just a couple at a club and it against me equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. they put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. wanted. to go right to be close this is what
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before three of them or can't be good. interested in the war. your world news here on aussie international george was former president mikhail saakashvili has made a rather unusual return to ukraine entering the country illegally on sunday a crowd of supporters swept him across the polish border into the ukrainian side saakashvili recently became stateless off to having had his ukrainian citizenship revoked by the country's president.
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early on sunday saakashvili attempted to cross the border by train but was forced out by gods but later he managed to get past a checkpoint with the help of hundreds of locals ukrainian police say he will now face criminal charges for illegally crossing the border something saakashvili denies the former official was once an aide to ukraine's president but then fell out with a correspondent now looking at how to western darlings who were once the closest of allies swiftly became rival. remember this guy. the former georgian president ten. ukrainian governor has gone from states man to state less in less than two months the western backed star who'd once led the anti corruption rose revolution in georgia launched an offensive on the former breakaway
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republic of south ossetia. the georgian president chooses over his next move is he weaker or stronger than before and even been hillary clinton's nobel peace prize nominee so what had gone wrong. in twenty fourteen he flew to ukraine amid the my down uprising gave up his georgian passports to become ukrainian and set about reforming the city of odessa but it didn't go as planned. ironically it really is opponent is ukrainian president and former friend petro poroshenko another darling of the west who brought saakashvili in to help drive the kind of change that had once made him such a hit in georgia but the two have clearly fallen out of love most.
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of the. apparently saakashvili lied while applying for citizenship and bar shanker has since renounced that citizenship of his university powell while the latter was visiting his own call in new york. both men were backed by washington both raised to power on the wings of popular uprisings and both are now all but failing saakashvili seems a spent force he's without a state wanted by his native georgia and not wanted by his adopted ukraine maybe it's time for another period of u.s. exile while poroshenko zone popularity. he is in tatters the latest poll says only two percent of ukrainians still support him the revolutionary idealism that brought him to power amid the flames on the my den has descended into disillusionment.
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perhaps the chosen leaders of popular uprisings are always vulnerable to having the various support that put them in power taken away or maybe it's just something about ukraine either way the two one time friends and western allies are playing out a very public spat during personal decline political commentator martin summers told us struck us release dealings with ukraine underscore the political disarray gripping kenya has really of self is wanted for corruption in georgia was because we know of course the danger of him coming back like this is that the ukrainian authorities who fall that were the most extraordinary to georgia to face trial there so he said he would put a risk or try to come back into the country is free of the play such a big role in ukrainian politics and season ukrainian and being given the governorship of the disagree which is a very keen region especially because it's cold large russian population or he was parachuted in really boy boy the western powers i think what's going on is just
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shows how in disarray ukrainian politics. you know the revolution is turning incredibly sour nobody really knows what to do next the colonies in free fall they're not going to be joining the european union it's on soon they're talking about joining nato but all that will do is press potentially spall for the war. with a less than two weeks until the german elections angela merkel's christian democrats are way out in front of the polls and there are expectations about a possible coalition with the s.p.d. now among the mix of likely losers is the green party i want is quite a popular party some now say the greens have lost their connection with their voter base. what is the craziest thing you have ever done them. i'm not going to tell you that here it is in the. rocky road in the rocky road from during economic who wants to be in a coalition with the c.d.u. vast is crazy crazy now back in the eighty's or the greens were founded by
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environmentalists and peace activists entering the bundestag in one thousand nine hundred three a few years later their popularity enabled them to enter a coalition with the then ruling social democrats the party leader was even given the job of foreign minister and we spoke to the party's m.p. over made nobody poor about the claims the greens have lost their way. we would like to pass immigration law regulating those who can enter the labor market we want the fundamental rights that exist in this country and throughout our history to apply to migrants we also have to take measures against attacks and refugee camps so those who've seen fear in death can finally find protection. together we will do everything to share that germany provides help where help is. the federal government was silent for too long with fearing refugees and failed to stand up to present the one and only boards of arms exports needs to be looked out as well as economic support and customs and. i think the four point two million
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euro zone prick session funding which turkey receives under this membership process should be halted for turkey remains a partner half of the turkish population voted against the constitution proposed by erdogan and for those people it might make sense to keep the prospect of turkey joining the e.u. even though turkey present is cut off from that i'm in favor of freezing precession funding nevertheless such a step should be thorough he considered it fifty percent of people in a tacky law in the us. it is extremely problematic to live with a president in such a powerful position that we have no idea what his next step would be this unpredictability is alarming we must stand together as europeans the e.u. is the answer the problem we have with trump is he's in predictability. we spoke to former german intelligence officer writer up he believes that the greens are no longer unique. but there are more locally in korean in real life mentor you go to.
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the economy. they have long lost all the other r.v.'s have. nothing you can all were. there other really cool political value of having me in hockey oh. they have already have thrown out they have become very much. what you call or to manage to live here on. the greens social democrats live. stool to. run. coalition government. and a plenty of news for you here on this monday on r.t. international your worldwide headlines continue in about half an hour.
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about your sudden passing i have only just learned your yourself and taken your last. year at me all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry for you so i write these last words and helps to put to rest these things that i never my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each bank. but then my feeling started change you talked about more like it was a kid. my fond of you those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it's one does not need a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one jeff. we know what they're takers. that mainstream media has met its make.
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a go i traveled across the united states exploring america's deadly love affair with the guy if a bad guy tried to get to one of my family members he would have. my baby is my book was published in the year two thousand more than half a million americans have been killed in the us. this is a middle school we go through drills we put ourselves in real scenarios it was interesting to see. the subject to track down who i'd met in those years who god.
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but we were not.
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hello and welcome the crosstalk we're all things are considered i'm peter lavelle what is the real function of media in the west today to inform citizens or parrot the interest and policies of the political elites it would seem corporate media can't get enough of war. across talking the media i'm joined by my guests here in moscow christopher he is the director and writer for the duran dot com we also have victor although he is a political analyst as well as a leading expert at the center for actual politics and we have dmitri bobbitt she's a political analyst we spoke nick international might as always cross-talk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want i always appreciated first story i'd like to talk about the military exercises russia. will be conducting in about a week's time it's called. which means west two thousand and seventeen and the western media is all up in a tizzy about it why do.


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