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the battle for survival continues in syria despite islamic state steady retreat from terrorists or province we speak to two young sisters who lost everything in the war. three back but there doesn't. seem a little island if. he had been in. europe slams donald trump's apparent bid to scupper the nuclear deal with iran after he accuses ted on of being in cahoots with north korea. hundreds of thousands of people take to the streets of boss alone or in support of spanish unity i mean speculation the council on president could declare independence on choose day.
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we're watching the headlines on r.t. international broadcasting live from moscow i'm kate partridge. people from liberated towns in the syrian province of dare as or are trying to get their lives back on track after three years surrounded by islamic state terrorists we're not gusty of as the story of two young sisters whose battle for survival isn't over despite the extremists fleeing the area. meet sally she's five maybe six or seven she doesn't know at least markets the streets. surviving isis is siege of their disorder was noomi feet so many perished
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as a result of starvation sickness violence. if. sally is a survivor she a sister and brother were abandoned by their parents years ago. they divorced and left the children to fend for themselves out on land. oh. almost don't want to learn that she spends her days begging stealing playing and surviving no easy lot for them in this life bit of it was so they went from home to home to live in the streets they beg for money to stay alive in such a daze sake for sally bags alone for my neighbors who knew their family have taken pity on the kids and have looks out for them but it's not easy mark of us now back up i wanted to take her in but she kept escaping that i sent people to look for her
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but she never stays in one place long show escapes. well there. are no. sally's sister all she has left since her brother died of starvation we found the older girl at the end of this gloomy bullet riddled cargill is a room with broken windows in it leaves a young girl with only flies bloodstain mattresses for company. about some month ago sagitta who doesn't remember her age was brought in with a head injury when she fell she damaged an implant that siphons away the fluid different people tell different versions some say the full was accidental others
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attempted suicide but i'll but i but the fluids keep building and there will be consequences she will lose her sight hearing and the ability to swallow much of the pressure on him bringing his graham. and horse in hospital i don't know she'll find new cures indeed as order as we were filming a nice a shell landed just a few hundred meters away sagitta needs to get to damascus to survive but lacking identification relatives and trapped in a war zone it's difficult to see how that's possible. sagitta doesn't get many visitors but there is one little person who always makes a smile that. if left alone sagitta begins to scream and cry she needs people the story has
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spread and goods. barrett's institution. that i miss for a woman once came to the hospital and heard the screaming she followed it and found the girl since then she's been coming two or three times a day to care for her to wash or to feed her she never knew this girl bushra whose own daughter is disabled is not reach all middle class she's poor but a kind hearts goes a long long way without either the help of that idea and not everything my friend and i can do we will do for her as well dr abdul majid of the law everything are right up to the moment when she stands up and can see that there is cause for optimism sidesteps suffering has touched a chord action is being taken to get the girls out of bed is sought but for now all they really have aside from the promises bt is each other or i guess the
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team from that is on syria. on me while just forty kilometers north of dare us or the syrian army is steadily advancing against time so they're chasing terrorists out of the city of al my again considered one of islamic states last stronghold in the province and here's some video sent to us from the front line but. the people. on the.
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now of donald trump doesn't change his policy towards iran it will pose a great danger for europe that's a. germany's foreign minister sigma gabriele's comments come after the u.s. president hinted he'd pull out of washington's nuclear deal with terror on well for more on this and i drove. an ocean or why that masha what more did germany's foreign minister have to say. now hi kate not only jamie fears that us may we go from the lead marquee running deal but we hear that it has also accused the u.s. of quotation replacing the rule of law by the rule of the strongest we've heard that from germany's foreign minister who has said that germany is and will be committed to the lend market deal with iran suppose to curb the country's nuclear program that help negotiate and added that germany britain france all together are urging the u.s. to give up the idea of pulling out of the accord and if this doesn't happen the war
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old will change but this is a very dangerous scenario for the whole world for europe for america as well according to germany's foreign minister eighty is a very likely scenario america's we drove from the arabian accord donald trump has been a vocal critic of the accord for a long time accusing iran of not fulfilling its obligations but it seems that this is the opinion that europe is not quite sharing we've heard from separate countries involved in the cord and as well as from the nuclear watchdog maggie and the european union leadership that they are quite satisfied with how iran is dealing with this still. we agreed on the fact that all sides. are implementing so far fully the agreement as it has been certified. by the. eight times. for
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what concerns the nuclear commitments iran. they to the community has been concerned about iran's possibility to build a nuclear bomb for a long time and just for decades it has been simply impossible to reach any agreement with that country and this. why what happened in two thousand and fifteen with one five nations russia china france britain and germany together with iran and reached an agreement designed to curb the country's nuclear program and to simply to stall the country build in its own nuclear bomb which may pose a threat to the entire world was taken by many viewed by many as a landmark as a breakthrough and this is why well mainly are expecting us to withdraw from the base of course late to. fear that the international security and safety could be
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under threat back to you kate. did warring times. in berlin thank you very much. well meanwhile germany's chief diplomat also stressed withdrawing from the nuclear deal with iran could hinder the chances of resolving the korean crisis he says once the deal is broken chung yang is unlikely to agree to any other international deals concerning its nuclear program well this comes as donald trump tries to convince the world of iran's bad intentions and explains i believe they're funding north korea i believe they're trading with north korea i believe they're doing things with korea that is totally inappropriate in terms eyes iran is teaming up with another arch enemy of the united states but hey there's no challenge that trump can't overcome i think that the president is the one that's keeping the world from chaos the truth is this coming week dahlan trump is expected to take a major step to question the game changing nuclear deal reached with tehran that's
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despite the fact that iran has been playing by the rules the u.n. nuclear agency the e.u. and the trumpet ministration itself have all confirmed the country is playing ball and sticking to the agreement washington has been trying for months to confuse the matter by adding a bit of double speak we agreed on the wrong is to start. if you're dealing with a nuclear deal with is that even in. compliance once a violation of the nuclear rights i'm all for agreements but that is a red line. to the spirit of their agreement you are not living up to the spirit of the agreement but that attempt left a couple of questions hanging in the air how do you determine if the spirit of a deal is being violated and is that reason enough to back out so unsurprisingly that approach wasn't quite cutting it and perhaps that's why translate a strategy involved adding another international troublemaker p.n.
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yang to the mix it's obvious that trump wants to discredit iran by making false accusations when it with regard to north korea trumps accusations have no basis. the united states gives or sells hundreds of billions of dollars of weapons to regimes like saudi arabia the united arab emirates where's your raw defense spending is but a fraction of these countries is very small in comparison and if he does decertify the agreement basically it will show the international community that the united states is trustworthy country and it's not a country that you can negotiate with the aggressive rhetoric between north korea and the white house has put the possibility of nuclear war on everyone's minds and with no solution to that in sight we are now also facing the possible consequences of dismantling the nuclear deal with the iran on friday trump met with top military officials reportedly addressing the agreement and left everyone uncomfortable with
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an impromptu and rather ominous message. of what. the world is perplexed by what that could possibly mean but we think we have a pretty good idea storm donald is already making landfall batten down the hatches . hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of boston loner on sunday to back spanish unity and denounce the counseling government's push her independence the rally comes amid speculation that catalonia as president may proclaim the region independence things in the address to the regional government on tuesday that is anastasio turkana is in barcelona. was. was i was she was you could see was that the
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region was. but the ninety percent of those who came out to vote in favor waving spain goodbye in october first also expects promises to be kept for the over eight hundred people injured on the day of the referendum the question of could it also have been for nothing is now live was meanwhile madrid has made it clear it won't budge spain's prime minister mariano rajoy says he's not ruling anything out including suspending the region's autonomy and has vowed to take any measures necessary to prevent catalonia as independence we're going to prevent independence from occurring that is why i can tell you with absolute frankness that it will not happen with me about him on nobody it seems wrong to me not because he thinks so but because in a democracy the president must protect the people's right to choose our goal was to
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do as little damage as possible what happened was due to stubbornness and holding a referendum when they knew it was absolutely illegal it was very irresponsible of those who made that decision to go go go the last one the last year or more i think the government has behaved very severely and aggressively towards a calm. the legitimate and democratic demand of cattle and citizens is a battle for europe is a battle for european values and we have to win the national populism goes against european values. european i don't think so because europe should give us more support it doesn't seem to me that there's a battle going on between his government and you who does not say anything that makes sense he does not listen he does not try to hold a dialogue and i do not understand why he is still in his post if he was receptive and humane person he would resign from behind these walls of the catalan parliament that the next big steps for the region are expected to come from catalan leader
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carlos putsch demond promised action towards independence within forty eight hours of official referendum results but has avoided specifics since this week all eyes will be on what happens here next. well the council of europe has called on the spanish authorities to ensure an independent investigation into all allegations of police misconduct during the catalan referendum but spain's interior minister immediately hit back state security forces as per instructions from the divisional powers acted prudently proportionately and appropriately to guarantee respect for the law and the protection of rights and freedoms of full citizens. well the council of europe is a powerful human rights group but it's not connected to the new brussels has failed to call for any probe into the numerous claims of police misconduct during the voting no professor lopez both phil says the e.u. will back madrid no matter was you always not interested. in talking all you
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want to ride someone on catalonia and what's going on they would read these. studies goldman goes forward with. human rights we cannot forget. the spin that's more than one tory view on euros mostly european banks sold by the moment you opinion countries are not interested in discreet speed. that's why. by the moment the only group on that is from the council if you were up. now after the short break we'll discuss how we know this but will team will be attempting a different way to plug the holes in that depends. on.
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welcome back now ingels football team will be accompanied by surveillance experts at the twenty eighteen world cup here in russia according to a newspaper report the squad is concerned russia might plant bugs to spy on the a major security detail will accompany the squad and it's not beyond the realms that they will have someone sweeping the rooms beforehand the last thing the mainland wants is a leaky camp so everyone is able to be relaxed and just concentrate on their football. well to discuss this further i'm joined by alexi our executive producer of the upcoming football show hi there lex it looks like the three lines are wired that going to step into a lion's den is that the case it's a very ironic story let's be honest so they're afraid that there might be leaks out of the england camp but at the same time someone source within the fail english squad is leaking this to the tabloids we believe these tabloids there will be
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a team of surveillance experts making sure everything stays within the england camp and also this and name source says that basically the threat of global terrorism and potential threat of football hooligans is the same thing when it comes to russia which is quite surreal if you ask me. this is something that we've been seeing for a while it's not only just tabloids in england which are doing this but also a bigger outlets more official outlets like the b.b.c. we all remember that documentary which came out recently basically just telling one fans that russia is hell and do not watch this. i'm going to russia to meet the hooligans who hold the fates of england fans and. men who reject the negative image of the past to immigration new identity.
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so if you think this is the first time you know and if you think it's only the english to do that no remember. american broadcasters mainstream media m s n b c had this to say had this warning to the fans going into sochi olympics. there's a rush to be hacked. to new smartphone browser for information about the sochi olympics almost immediately we were hacked so they were seriously suggesting that fans going to the such olympics and teams would be hacked we all remember how that nobody was hacked not a single count complained about this but you know it's typical ukraine poland. the euro's rampant propaganda don't go there we'll come back in a body bags will remember that south africa same thing now it's russia's turn to host the big world cup the big venue the big tournament and this this happens again but before france last year not a word was said so when it comes to the western world everything should be peachy when it comes to countries like russia south africa or ukraine there will be
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propaganda like this well used to this but france can make up their own decisions and everybody saw how few weeks ago liverpool a man united were in moscow how safe it was i'm not sure if anybody got hacked in the process as well i think we have a short answer to that one day and actually our executive producer of r.t.s. but we'll show you thank you very much for joining me. now diplomatic relations between turkey and the u.s. suffered another major blow and visa services at its diplomatic facilities across america this comes in response to washington taking the same step following the detention of one of its culture employees recent events are. meant to reassess the commitment of the government of turkey to the security of u.s. mission facility and personnel in order to minimize the number of visitors to our embassy and consulates while this suspend proceeds effective immediately we
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have suspended all non immigrant visa services at all u.s. diplomatic facilities in turkey. well the employee in question who worked at the u.s. consulate in istanbul was arrested last week he's accused of espionage and plotting to overthrow the turkish government ankara claims he has links to exiled cleric but to legoland who lives in the u.s. well the turkish authorities say girl and was the mastermind behind last year's failed coup attempt. well turkey has long been urging the u.s. to extradite the creature but washington is so far refusing to act but that's just one issue stoking tension american support for kurdish forces fighting islamic state has also angered ankara which sees both groups as terrorist organizations also during the u.s. visit back in may the turkish leaders bodyguards were caught on camera attacking opposition protesters. or turkish politics expert hussein bank chief of the middle east technical university told us relations are likely to deteriorate
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further first time in the history we have disturbed all for jewish and the tension real increase because americans undertook aside their reading if you want to follow in this and probably in the coming days there will be some other measures from both sides it is not a good thing for. members is not good for a strategic and it is not yet nor poor. but the tendency is not very promising be more toward america different views not only in syria about the other issues. now the war in eastern ukraine is into his fourth year and people there are still struggling to meet their basic needs the government in kiev considers the area and occupied territory and is refusing to issue salaries or pensions but that hasn't stopped one
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western citizen from offering help. here as a monk. just one slash. two miles file a civil war chase down which just yet. may i congratulate you on your recent documentary trap a real heart breaking in yet sad story the star of the show must go to princess masha i mean closing grounds in the letter to go to masha and family.
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they declared war on the subsequent. if i'm on this and all the stories go to aussie dot com i'll be back at the top of
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the hour with the latest headlines. russia gate continues unabated without any hard facts to back it up will catalonia take the next step and declare independence also will trump be called a deal breaker when it comes to read. about your sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself and taken your last wrong turn. caught up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry
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i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath . but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was again still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one quite different i speak to you now because there are no other takers. claimed that mainstream media has met its maker.
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i'm afshin rattansi we're going underground fifty years to the day of the u.s. backed assassination of revolutionary coming up in the show why is nato not bombing madrid just save us alone or we ask a member of britain's parliamentary group on catalonia what atrocities he witnessed last week when eighty years ago international brigades for fascism from playing judy garland in the end of the rainbow around the world to the composition hollywood sometimes campion in follies at the royal national theatre award winning actor tracy bennett told coronation street to j. edgar hoover shoot. the apparent last words of che guevara before he was shot dead by cia forces in bolivia on this day nine hundred sixty seven we speak the same.


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