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it least. the rebuilding of war ravaged syria is underway and we visit one of the cities to witness the reconstruction process. palestinians are killed during a protest in the gaza strip where demonstrators attempted to break through the border fence with israel. encouraging tourists jump. into a swimming pool a dangerous practice that's already a number of lives. and
now i just after nine in the morning here in moscow are you watching the international welcome to your stories. the syrian reestablishing control over the country a new war is being fought against the destruction that was wreaked by militants and terrorists the rebuilding of key infrastructure is under way and we travel to syria to witness the recovery efforts. much of the city of aleppo is still in ruins reviving it to its former glory is a task of gargantuan proportions and of immense political and economic importance the citadel of aleppo has become the symbol of the city's resistance.
but our lipo is much more than just a maze of antique streets and attractions from history books. the militants of stolen computer units with chips for the machines they destroyed the factory on purpose they wanted to damage syrian industry as a whole and specifically in the street in aleppo reviving this that south. would. see one rebel control of this area they can feed and basically very dysfunctional hunker. down want to be immense but now that the former industrial have been slowly getting back on track things are
finally looking up for the people the last. two years ago during the war we couldn't even open our shops the shelling snipers were everywhere you couldn't live under such circumstances we cover the roof of the building back then so that we could take cover it was unbearable when we took shelter for about half an hour whenever the shelling started we just locked ourselves in here thank god now we can work peacefully day and night we just hang around. just like the good old days the under joe hurdle the atmosphere is really good around here the weather is nice everybody is feeling safe and it's only getting better and you can see getting better day by day lana must lead them to it i was lucky enough not to leave my home high and this is the district the rebels couldn't get to about the time there was a blockade once but it was firmly lifted now same god things about her despite all those things that we're no better than her mother when you know it's safe and you
can return home to feel that if your house lies in ruins you can still fix it the main thing is it's safe now. historically the city of aleppo has been the economic capital of syria and now with the world gone finally some traders are coming back to the streets. because dawn of reporting from aleppo in syria. meanwhile the u.s. state department says it will redirect american stabilisation funding plan for syria to other foreign policy efforts washington insists though this will not affect its humanitarian assistance program meanwhile saudi arabia has pledged to contribute one hundred million dollars to syrian reconstruction efforts but the money will only go up to the northeast of syria a region under the control of u.s. backed kurdish forces. and while some programs are cut others remain in place but the u.s. saying it will stay in syria for some time yet to battle terrorists. we're
remaining in syria the focus is the ensuring defeat of isis we still have no launched the final phase to defeat the physical kind of fight this is actually being prepared now and that will come at a time for choosing but it is coming joshua landis a head of middle eastern studies at the university of oklahoma says there are multiple competing interests in syria. the united states does not want assad to become too strong and there you are hoping to keep leverage in order to try to push iran out of the country to get a better deal for the kurds and and of course they're also worried about what's going to happen if their products where there are very complex negotiations and and russia is at the heart of that so there are many competing agendas in washington and as long as president trump is not spending a lot of money there i think he's happy to keep a few thousand troops if that increases america's leverage the united states does
not want to spend a lot of money and that's quite clear and many people have been complaining bitterly about deaths typically in iraq and other areas that have been quite badly destroyed they've been pressuring a saudi arabia which just said it would spend another hundred million in syria stabilization they've been pushing france and and european countries to try to get them to spend more money rather than washington this has been one of president trump's constant refrain is that others have to pay for this process. two palestinians were killed in the gaza strip on friday as protesters attempted to break through the border fence with israel the demonstration is part of the great march which started back in march this year of one hundred seventy people have been killed by israeli soldiers in that period tel aviv says the protests are for terrorists a gaza based reporter who was at the latest protest for. allah. the news continued
to protest for this twenty first friday they israelis continue to fire tear gas canisters and live ammunition on the palestinian protesters. the situation now is escalating as the palestinian protesters are trying to burn you to burn some tires to bury the vision of those ready snipers that israeli forces continue to fly more to gas canisters on the palestinian protesters to disperse them and to keep them away from the funds at least two policy means injured in a very very critical condition as you see palestinians are are bracing the palestinian flag. throwing stones on by israeli snipers and this is how the palestinians have been concentrating their guys ready snipers and the israeli forces oh my god live many in this unit you guys come to search are now being fired that gun on the palestinian protesters and as you see it has to be fired on the
part of student protesters where your gas canisters are being fired from and on directions as you see the place is filled with with lysol everyone is suffocating from the tear gas fired this is also one of the injuries are from the tear gas fired just right now. no signs for the first time i see this there is no fence where the palestinian protesters have that but if you do break the fence was probably dusters are far too bad nobody ever. tries that palestinians have that ability to break the fence dies or a force is not right in the shooting live ammunition on the part of protesters that we want is going back. meanwhile the israeli defense forces say the response of the troops to palestinians trying to break through the fence was in accordance with standard operating procedures so another protest was held in the west bank this friday by people marched peacefully against the demolition of
a local village. i know. i'm here to support the people of the village i hope that people come from all over to stand with them so we can be sovereign in our lands palestinian activist i had to maybe join the protest and. a seventeen year old was recently released from jail after serving an eight month prison sentence for slapping an israeli soldier in december last year she condemned israel's decision to demolish the village israel claims that it was built illegally but has offered to relocate locals to a neighboring site. that. the u.s. department of defense plans to spend up to fifteen million dollars on enhancing soldiers' physical performance and insurance but as artie's killam often explains such programs have to be handled with care.
actually did. hollywood science fiction often depicts the soldiers of the future with all the talk of a space force from donald trump and fighting robots across the silver screen our imagination has plenty of places to go i. now on the surface a new grant from the pentagon for extramural biomedical research and development doesn't sound so bad the object is to create soldiers who can withstand even the harshest circumstances take a listen develop technologies to maximize the physiological performance of s.o.f. operators including enhanced in durance enhanced senses tolerance to environmental extremes and enhanced overall fitness in order to maintain operational posture ability in high stress scenarios without noticeable augmentation and without hampering personnel.