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FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
in syria or not. this as syria's military warns of, quote, grave consequences to israeli attacks. the warning comes as the top iranian and syrian military commanders met in damascus this week, agreeing to increase the two country's military cooperation and coordination, while also fighting against, quote, zionist american schemes. >> translator: it's not acceptable for zionist regime to violate the land and airspace of syria any time it wants. we in iran share the same feeling with the syrian military and people who get frustrated and upset with aggression, and we will stand with the syrian military against such threats. >> israel is concerned about iran's increased involvement in syria and the potential for a stronger iranian military presence along syria's border with israel. a line that netanyahu says cannot be crossed. earlier this week russian defense minister discussed creating a buffer zone to keep iranian forces away from the israeli border. israel's military said it will not tolerate any attempt to undermine the sovereignty of the state and security of its citizens. in a stat
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 2:00am +03
in deescalation zones seeking sanctuary from the war in syria. i'm andrew thomas in sydney all australians writes just a recent survey suggests as many as one in four people here that's despite this country being played by one of the most multicultural in the world. and in sports closes in on his first title victory since winning the masters in april. now to iraq where it's been another day of angry protests by hundreds of kurds and billed for the second day in a row the demonstrators gathered outside the u.s. consulate to express their frustration with the international community the protesters feel betrayed by the u.s. and the united nations last week iraqi troops seized control of all the disputed areas in northern iraq including the city of kirkuk stephanie decker has more from . there is a feeling of tension here in erbil people are not sure how this is going to play out certainly the protesters that took to the streets are really rich orating their cool's of the feeling that they've been stabbed in the back they've been abandoned by the international community by the unit
flying on -- syria, excuse me thank you he was actually captured and he was flying and killing literally syrians jesse jackson along with leaders petition for his release on the moral issue of him being i guess an american but he was black. what had did the moral effect it that have on syrian people when he was literally killing them? and for him to be captured by design decree why would our leaders feel the wait a minute, this here is a african-american he's many a sovereign country doing serious damage. serious damage -- what would, what would you know cause our people look at this as being an african-american and petition for his release when he was literally killing quite a bit of syrians? >> okay. thank you for those questions -- no really -- really it was a good question. somebody can fact check goodman i can't recall if he was killing lebanese i can't count details but in any case i assume that reverend jackson who was running for about to run for the presidency, and it reminds of the story about barnett many of us have multiple identities and if you're going to be an in
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
squeeze isis in iraq and syria, we knew they would be looking for safe haven el elsewhere. they have tried to seek safe haif nn afghanistan. we saw them in libya. and we know they'd be reaching into sub saharan africa, which is why we have troops there. we're not surprised by this. but i think the senator hit on something important and that is that we're going probably have to deal with an expansive presence for them in that part of the world and i agree that we shouldn't be surpriseded to see the u.s. military perhaps stepping up efforts against isis and al qaeda affiliates there in that part of africa. >> it shows you what happened there with those four service members being killed. how risky these operations are are and hopefully, some lessons were learned. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> we'll be right back. hey, man. oh! nice man cave! nacho? [ train whistle blows ] what?! -stop it! -mm-hmm. we've been saving a lot of money ever since we switched to progressive. this bar is legit. and now we get an even bigger discount from bundling home and auto. i can get used to this.
RT
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
critical of russia over syria and over the detention of political prisoners like you and others. you know of course everybody has their agendas but i think he has certainly not tried to constrain my expression or the expression of many other people i know i work with a network we speak our mind and we're critical of the west when it's appropriate i'm a critical russia when it's appropriate. the reality is there is a dissident voice in the u.k. the only very rarely gets any time in the mainstream media. is the only place that has been providing a regular platform for what used to be dissident voices in the u.k. but now much more mainstream voices and here are some of the names that you might be surprised to see on the useful idiots list senator john mccain a vocal critic of russia is grouped among politicians who have been on our t.v. film director rob reiner makes an appearance he's actually now part of an organization called the committee to investigate russia and other politicians on the list include former presidential candidates bernie sanders as well as the current president don
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 6:59pm EDT
very concerned about reporters who were covering syria, reporters who were in iraq, who were in afghanistan, and places like that. now, journalists who may be operating in turkey, because turkey has cracked down on the press, including the foreign press. we get concerned about that. journalists who are operating in mexico, where domestic journalists are assassinated on a regular basis. journalists in venezuela, where they are imprisoned on a regular basis. we are concerned about the security of our people who operate in those environments. we do have people who advise us, experts who advise us on security. we keep track of our journalists' movements so we know where they are. >> if one of them was kidnapped and you had a ransom request of $5 million, would you pay it? >> we have hypotheticals that we would never discuss as to what we would do and how we would respond as to anything of that sort. i am not going to discuss that. >> ok. one student from the university of oklahoma, who is with us tonight, asked me to ask you this question, this wonderful question. she wanted to know
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
forces in syria declared victory this week in northern city of raqqah dealing a major blow to isis in its defacto capital, raqqah's liberation by the syrian democratic forces, coalition of kurdish and arab malicious may mark the end of islam ebbing self-declared caliphate in syria but does the u.s. have a strategy of post isis middle east? let's asked retired four star general jack keane, fox news military analyst, so general, welcome, good to have you back. let me ask you first before we get to raqqah about general john kelly's statement at the white house on thursday. what did you make of that statement? jack: well, i've never seen anything like that 17-minute message that he delivered to the american people, the eloquence of conviction, zingerty -- sincerity was powerful civic lesson to the american people letting them understand the most sacred process and i agree with crushing rebuke of congresswoman wilson and entering into that process and discrediting the soldier and his family as a result of exposing it to a public discussion and debate. paul: all right, thank you. now, on ra
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 12:00am +03
refugee camps could offer. these children are victims of the five year long civil war in syria their fathers are dead and they have lost their homes they're trying to cling onto my three year waiting for things to treat . the conflict has cost the syrians dear according to the un six point five million syrians have been forced from their homes at this refugee metropolitan on the border with turkey three camps are merged into one almost seven hundred thousand syrians living here most are from the war ravaged cities of hama and homs . hama better get is one of those displaced syrians who more to five years ago she lost her leg during a regime airstrike. hit a not of this incident when i woke up i felt my legs were hot i could only think about my mom at that time. rama's mother died in the attack along with other family members her father mohamed series ses thirteen children also died that day at their brokered by russia turkey and iran has led to an end to the airstrikes mohammad also welcomes turkey's humanitarian efforts he's more of a raw of the recent arrival of turkish troop
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
we squeezed isis in iraq and syria, as we took away what they claimed was a caliphate, that they would me taz advertise it, we've seen them go to libya annual and that's what these troops are doing down there, trying to help partnered local forces deal with this threat better on their own using their own intrinsic capabilities, but you know back earlier this year, general walthauser, the african command commander, talked about the stretch on his resources. i mean, he's got 53 nations in his area of responsibility alone, and troops in most or many of them. he said that he's got -- that only 20% to 30% of his intelligence reconnaissance and surveillance are being met by actual resources. initial to figuring out what happened here in this ambush, and they will. it's also time for a very serious conversation about how africa command is being resourced and being supported. >> right. in this case they were in unarmored vehicles, there was not overhead cover at the time of the ambush, so it does raise questions about resources. there have been comparisons draw, admiral kirby, of benghaz
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. >> arthel: renewed tensions between israel and syria. israel striking syria after rockets landed in the israeli golan heights, apparently spillover from the long-running civil war. john huddy from our jerusalem bureau. >> the israeli military said it will intensify its response to syria fire, whether it's spillover from fighting across the border or not, this as syria's military warns of "grave consequences to israeli attacks." the warning comes as the top iranian and syrian commanders met in damascus this week, while also fighting against "zionist american schemes." >> interpreter: it's not okay to violate the airspace anytime they want. we are frustrated and upset with that aggression and will defend against such threats. >> israel is concerned about the increased involvement in syria and the pet otential for a stror iranian presence. netanyabenjamin netanyahu said a line that cannot be crossed. they discussed creating a zone to keep iranian forces away from the israeli border. they will not tolerate any attempt to undermine the security and safety of its citizens. three syrian ca
RT
Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
also now some sort of agreement on syrian peace will come out come of syria between the p five so it's very important to preserve this these these precedents of agreement really between the p five and the security council and if that were to be damaged in the iranian case that would be very serious a thing for the future authority of the security council. donald trump says barack obama and george w. bush have long had furious disagreements on some king policies but now they finally seem to found common ground it's the current u.s. president. george bush is washington but what the banks and financial institutions what i'm up push went after the obama administration's handling of both iran and isis some seem to believe that we should be gauche with the terrorists and radicals get used to me and other democrats of wanting to negotiate with terrorists i don't think it's good for the country to have a former president undermine the current president. we've seen nationalists in the stories he did made it is folks don't feel good right now about what they see. and sure but instead of our
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 11:00pm +03
. for its network in arab countries like lebanon and syria insure cohen the connection the relations the establishment relation between israeli intelligence where studies at the time soon as first mission went well and established her credentials in assisting the secret passage of jews to lebanon into palestine. she was then contacted by a man from the south called without the love that was to become a key figure in her spy network. he told her that israeli security wanted to meet her in a small town on the lebanon palestine border it was the first time shooter had crossed the border since her marriage in her memoirs she later roads. i travelled by jeep from beirut to the he an area i stayed in use as house until late at night his men were monitoring border patrols to secure my journey. and. let me just. set the second had. any them high idea. mara be is nick we feel are gonna this nigga must or for gonna. be a moment that either he or them what are we. under through the menu that are there but. other than us had let alone many of them are done more homely. let's go back to the fifty's w
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
there's the rift between the gulf arab states and qatar and yemen and syria. isis is weakened, but still seeks to commit acts of terror. can secretary tillerson unite the arab states and keep iran from meddling in those states? >> well, as you indicated, there's a long list of things that the united states has to be excited about. just to take the collapse of isis as the first case, even though the caliphate has been defeated in some areas, it doesn't mean that we're done with isis. a lot of its leaders had gone toll yemen, afghanistan. what we urgently need and i'm afraid don't have is the post-caliphate sunnis and how do we prevent an arc of control from iran to the baghdad government in iraq, assad regime in syria. a lot of issues, really, we need to address urgently. >> kelly: urgently indeed. and if you recall on thursday h.r. mcmaster said that "iran is very good at pitting communities against each other. this is something they share with groups like isis and al-qaeda. they used tribal and sectarian conflicts to gain influence by portraying themselves as a patron or protector
RT
Oct 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
peaceful car outcome of syria between the p five so it's very important to preserve. these these precedents of agreement between the p five and the security council and if that were to be damaged in the iranian gaze that would be very serious a thing for the future authority of the security council i suspect we'll be hearing plenty more from barcelona this evening thanks for staying with us here on r.t. international see at the top of the. colon is still exist. rico's treated as one. recall. the island is controlled by the u.s. government and some puerto ricans crew even dependants. either way i mean to sort out right i mean we're digging again weighing in. still many do wish to join the u.s. hundreds more leave every day knowing. that i'm a long way from any other. beings. with the country at a crossroads anger on the island is on the rise. i think they are. fucked up i. felt. a little bit that my. mother yes. i am. i am sure this is the kaiser report we are in harvard square in cambridge massachusetts we're on the great american pilgrimage shooting all across america we started
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
equip. this is sort of what we're doing in iraq and syria. >> that's what springs to mind. >> indeed. in iraq and syria, american forces have been killed and it doesn't call it combat missions but certainly these are combat-like roles. lindsay graham is quite right. isis is met tas ta sizing. the capital of raqqah just fell this week. they've spreading to providences all around the world. we see it in africa, see it in the sinai peninsula in egypt and in yemen. and afghanistan. >> it's just good perspective because we focus so much on iraq and afghanistan. it's important to keep in mind the global problem. details emerged there wasn't overhead protection for these troops and the soldiers were in h an unarmored vehicle. is that unusual? and why didn't they have more protection? >> not awlt all. i keep hearing that. these are different kinds of forces. this is not active combat where it's continuous combat, that is. i think what you're going to see is most of these special forces detachment, not special operating forces, but the ones that do the train and equip will want to be among the pe
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 10:00pm +03
underway. refugees from burundi have told out to syria how their friends were killed by soldiers at a camp in democratic republic of congo thirty nine people died and dozens were wounded during a protest last month the congolese army and the refugees blame each other for what happened michael webb reports now from the town of cumming euro. esper also sherry minor says bullets broke the bones in her arms when soldiers shot dozens around her died they're buried in this graveyard she says she was among a crowd of other refugees from burundi protesting peacefully here last month who says she was lucky to survive. i can't remember everything because they fear when i was shot but i remember people throwing stones at house. and then soldiers started shooting. community refugees belongs to a unique catholic sects from burundi they fled conflict at home to come to the neighboring democratic republic of congo where religion doesn't allow them to eat processed un food or to biometrically register in the u.n. system so they are temporarily camped here outside a base of u.n. peacekeepers in the to
RT
Oct 21, 2017 2:29pm EDT
isis and al qaeda linked militants trying to overthrow the government of syria or even al shabaab in somalia which has been accused this week of killing hundreds in mogadishu well joining me now from minnesota in the usa is trustee of mogadishu university an elected member of the african academy of sciences for has a smile summit our welcome to the program before he gets to one of the worst atrocities arguably since the colonial period just explain why countries like britain and italy sort of power over somalia. well britain saw the power of somalia because it was just a teacher going to locate that country or territory there due to the opening of the suez canal in eight hundred sixty nine and because of the british important british possession in india this was the route to india so it was quite a strategic in that sense it if it came late to the colonial enterprise and it came here partly just to get a plot of land in africa because it had its eyes also on ethiopia which is sort of was a bigger price than somebody at one time i want to get on to your view in a second we you can
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 9:00pm +03
there and meet some refugees at a deescalation zone in northern syria. the astros put on a thrilling performance in houston to force against seven in their championship series. hundreds of thousands of syrians are leaving their war damaged towns and cities for the relative safety of deescalation zones set up across the country the areas where recently agreed on by turkey which supports rebel fighters and iran and russia who backed the government are reporters and of course the only who has visited a deescalation zone in italy province and sends this report holiday and her two disabled sons arrived at the scamp specifically set up for children two weeks ago the boys were born paralyzed live was tough enough but khalidi and her boys lived in is so in hama they survived eisel and regular a year strikes. the camp is their sanctuary. nobody knows the future but god we ask permission life from him will have you. a wobble rama was set up by turkey and qatar to protect vulnerable children to provide a safer environment than refugee camps could offer. these children are victims of the five ye
RT
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
of agreement on syria. syria between the p five so it's very important to preserve. these these precedents all the agreement between the p five and the security council and if that were to be damaged in the that would be very serious a thing for the future authority of the security council and that is a you all bang up to date with the very latest news headlines see you at the top of the hour. but with these games in a moment now to sanctions are working but. it's it's the reality. meets. the russian economy and the russian the financial system and i know a lot of people who are looking for a creative way. to get a better result. you know. given. that. i'm back from now on and. i'm afshin rattansi we're going underground today is the nineteenth national congress of the communist party of china superpower of the twenty first century continues in the great hall of the people in beijing coming up on the show good former british colonies single deadliest terrorist attack in the country's history have been avoided we are at mogadishu university of russia and china should be to blame
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
forces recapture the group's strongholds in syria. what it means for the global battle against the terror network. and tax reform, passing a budget plan, how republicans plan to deliver on a big campaign promise by the holidays. this keeps us on the timetable to get this to the president's desk by the end of the year, we know it is an ambitious timetable. america has fallen behind, people are sick of this tax code, time to move. whoamike and jen doyle?than i thought. yeah. time for medicare, huh. i have no idea how we're going to get through this. follow me. choosing a plan can be super-complicated. but it doesn't have to be. unitedhealthcare can guide you through the confusion, with helpful people, tools and plans. including the only plans with the aarp name. well that wasn't so bad at all. that's how we like it. aarp medicare plans, from unitedhealthcare. julie: republican sitting states for the major goal of tax reform, this after the senate approved the budget plan in a marathon session, praising lawmakers, tweeting budget that passes is a big deal in terms of the biggest tax cut in u
RT
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm EDT
there is also now some sort of agreement on syrian peace will come out come of syria between the p five so it's very important to preserve. these these precedents of agreement between the p five and the security council and if that were to be damaged in the iranian case that would be very serious a thing for the future authority of the security council human rights organizations war deaths could rise in greek refugee camps this winter the full story after this short break. seem wrong. just don't. get to shape our. culture. and in. the trade. find themselves worlds apart. to look for common ground. welcome like a think tank called european values has released a damning report about this very channel criticizing more than two thousand people who have appeared as guests the institute which gets funding from the united states and other western governments brown's our guest is useful idiots earlier i discussed the report with. it's a bit of a surprise for you the party bashing continues now and this particular report the issues that artie's guests are having really a dig at themselves t
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 8:00pm +03
left homeless by. refugee center deescalation in northern syria plus. i'm andrew thomas in sydney all australians a recent survey suggests as many as one in four people here but despite this country being one of the most multicultural in the world. we begin in barcelona where thousands of people are protesting on the streets after spain's prime minister announced moves to impose direct rule over catalonia that angry that is taking steps to suspend the autonomy of a castle and regional government he's asked for article one five five to be triggered which would mean castle and his leaders including its president carter. and a snap election is called measures must now be approved by spain senate next week says madrid had no choice but to take these unprecedented actions. the government has had to trigger article one five five of the constitution that was not our wish or intention it never was i think that most of spain society knows this article one five five is part of our constitution and it is only invoked in extremely extraordinary circumstances no government in any democratic countr
RT
Oct 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
syria between the p five so it's very important to preserve this these these precedents of agreement really between the p five and the security council and if that were to be damaged in the iranian gaze that would be very serious i think for the future authority of the security council. human rights activists and n.g.o.s are urging the greek authorities to improve conditions. there are refugee camps as winter approaches there's growing concern asylum seekers and not equipped to cope with freezing conditions well last week a five year old girl died from the cold and a lack of medical support at the morea refugee camp on the island of last boss just hours before her death her parents were reportedly refused extra blankets. were like other refugee camps in greece moria is notorious for its conditions more than fifteen hundred people including children and pregnant women are living there many without any source of heating. well in winter temperature in winter temperatures can drop below zero and as a result dozens of refugees have died in the last few years while we use pledge to give mo
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm +03
. these children are because of the five year long civil war in syria their fathers are dead and they have lost their homes they're trying to cling onto my three year waiting for things to change . the conflict has cost the syrians dear according to the u.n. six point five million syrians have been forced from their homes at this refugee metropole listen on the border with turkey three camps are merged into one almost seven hundred thousand syrians living here most are from the war ravaged cities of hama and holmes. rama but i get is one of those displaced syrians who mo to us met five years ago she lost her leg during a regina airstrike. out of the city when i woke up i thought my legs were hot i could only think about my mom at that time rama's mother died in the attack along with other family members her father mohamed series ses thirteen children also died that day. a deal brokered by russia turkey and iran has led to an end to the airstrikes mohammad also welcomes turkey's humanitarian efforts he's more of a wry of the recent arrival of turkish troops. i don't mind we hope t
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
they say in syria, iraq, also fighting iranian influence in the region, secretary tillerson will take part in the first meeting of the nation capital between saudi arabia and iraq. he will head to qatar, pakistan and india. liz: following reports of violent clashing with iraqi and kurdish forces. the fight broke out in the area on friday, right now no casualties have been reported but tillerson spokesperson did release statement saying, quote, we are monitoring the situation closely and call on all parties to cease all violent and provocative movement and coordinate activities to restore calm. we will be following the story. >> not over any time soon, coming up, closer look at long-time jfk assassination documents and president trump's vow to share them with the public. plus remembering off-duty police officer who gave his life to save others literally in las vegas massacre. twice calling out congresswoman someone who is tealing the democratic party on his call. >> it absolutely stuns me and i thought at least that was sacred. diabetes can be a daily struggle, even if you're trying yo
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 4:30pm BST
beginning of the end of the war in syria? my guests are the times columnist david aaronovitch. the north american writer and broadcaster, jeffrey kofman, mina al—oraibi, the new editor—in—chief of abu dhabi's the national. and from spain's la razon, celia maza de pablo. a warm welcome to all of you. let's start in spain. spain is in the midst of a huge constitutional crisis. as we go to air, an emergency cabinet meeting is discussing suspending catalonia's autonomy, in the wake of the independence referendum, which was declared unconstituional by the courts, and the violence that surrounded it. it will be the first time in spain's four decades of democracy that madrid has aimed to effectively sack a regional government and call fresh elections. are people going to take to the streets again? celia, do you approach this with nervousness? without any doubt, we are living through the most important constitutional crisis in the history of spain. the central government is going to trigger article 155 of the constitution. this is going to be the first time that we are going to see t
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm BST
witnessing the beginning of the end of the war in syria? my guests are the times columnist david aaronovitch. the north american writer and broadcaster, jeffrey kofman, mina al—oraibi, the new editor—in—chief of abu dhabi's the national. and from spain's la razon, celia maza de pablo. a warm welcome to all of you. let's start in spain.
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
news log onto foxnews.com. >> big win in syria, fighters e liberating the isis caliphate, trump has been demanding to defeat isis also letting generals managed to fighting as it all paid off. >> absolutely, david, when you stick to that strategy, you win, one of the big mistakes of barack obama prematurely withdrawing from iraq, his phoney red line in syria and weakness there led to isis in syria. give them the resources and they'll get the job done. david: bruce, you look at a map and you see a map controlled by isis and terrific job of cutting at the heart of isis. you to give the guys credit, right? >> well, i mean, you know, it's a good thing but what is potentially more alarming than what could happen is that whoever is left could take to the cyber warfare and recruit and do a damage that's been done like orlando and manchester and let's do remember that this is sort of like guacamole when you deal with the middle east. they did get rid of a guy named osama bin laden from al-qaeda that we don't hear anymore. >> the failure to knock them down immediately in many people's minds l
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
services committee for a while now, and when you think about what's happening in syria with isis being, you know, pushed out of there, isis being pushed out of iraq, militants trying to flee yemen. the most logical place for them to go is to the continent, including the horn of africa and sub saharan africa, and one of the problems with the continent as we have found out with niger is that you have large ungovernoru ungoverned spaces. this particular area was in a part of niger that's close to malawi and my guess is that because of that the government probably pays very little attention and the militants probably have more sway with the locals there than the actual government of niger. but again, those are the types of things we need to find out, which is why we need the generals in the pentagon to come to capitol hill and brief members of the house armed services committee and for that matter this has become such a big issue, i'm sure the entire congress is going to want to be briefed at this point. >> so there's been a lot of expressed concern particularly the horn of africa, the por
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 7:30am PDT
syria and this proof is beefing up our military is paying off. we debate it at the top of the hour. it really scared him out of the markets. his advisor ran the numbers and showed that he wouldn't be able to retire until he was 68. the client realized, "i need to get back into the markets- i need to get back on track with my plan." the financial advisor was able to work with this client. he's now on track to retire when he's 65. having someone coach you through it is really the value of a financial advisor. >> live from america's news headquarters in washington. good saturday morning a deadly day in egypt at least 55 policemen have been killed in a shootout during a radon a militant hide out. officials say this number could go up it was one of the largest death tolls since islamic militants began targeting government forces back in 2013. no militant group has yet claimed responsibility for this tax. and apple fans bracing for a potential shortage of the hotly anticipated iphone x. analysts predicting the tech giant may only have two two to 3 million units ready for the iphones rele
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 4:15pm CEST
iran and syria have fled across the black sea to remain ian the coast guard is concerned a new so-called blue. the route could emerge from turkey to remain. a bias hanis i'm glad they survived they hadn't been aware of the danger. all that mattered was to leave turkey towards europe they tell us the black sea route is an inside tip. order to. help much that we came through turkey because it's easy to start from there and because many human traffickers are there. on the front walk on the turkish police don't do anything about it they're bribed by the smugglers. there is a good way but having arrived in romania the human trafficking is all rested their boats confiscated by the remaining coastguard held together by nothing more than rust numbers of decommissioned turkish fishing on tourist boats are rising. and now arriving at the ports of constant is a result of european refugee politics according to refugee expert and. desperate people always find a way but. the fact that we have these ships on the black sea shows that the typical routes are shut down and are no longer an option on
new challenge from a landmark moment in the war on terror. isis de facto capital of raqqah, syria, has been liberated, but now the terrorists and their family members showing up at refugee camps. a report from syria straight ahead. throughout my career, i've been fortunate enough to travel to many interesting places. i've always wanted to create those experiences for others. with my advisor's help along the way, it's finally my turn to be the host. when you have the right financial advisor, life can be brilliant. ameriprise i am totally blind. and non-24 can make me show up too early... or too late. or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor, and call 844-234-2424. hey, it's me, your dry skin. i'm craving something we're missing. the ceramides in cerave. they help restore my natural barrier, so i can lock in moisture and keep us protected. we've got to have each other's backs and fronts. cerave. what your skin craves. and fronts. you wof your daily routine, so why treat your mouth any differently? complete the job with listerine® help prevent plaque, early g
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Oct 21, 2017 10:00am EDT
also now some sort of agreement on syrian peaceful car outcome of syria between the p five so it's very important to preserve this these these precedents of agreement really between the p five and the security council and if that were to be damaged in the iranian gaze that would be very serious i think for the future authority of the security council. now accountings underway in the czech republic where such today's general election will decide its next leader with votes counted in most areas in second place is the right wing freedom and direct democracy party behind the anti establishment and no movement which has almost a third of the ballots while the head of the party a euro skeptic billionaire and former finance and deputy prime minister had been gaining popularity prior to the vote. the group system we've had for so long is what i call a system so yes we are in the movement. there is no place for migrants in europe. i don't want to be in the eurozone i don't want the country to be a. greek banks. let's face it they're not impaired both the foremost economy governance. some of our
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Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm +03
the camps that are providing a safe haven for all funds from the ravages of syria's war. the war is morphing we're going to see more actions in africa. and a shift in u.s. counterterrorism strategy following the deaths of four american soldiers. and small have all the sports. put on a thrilling performance of. the new york yankees and for thinking seven in their championship series. spain's prime minister is seeking formal approval to suspend the capital and regional governments autonomy mariano rajoy said that he's not imposing direct rule on the region but the steps he's seeking may lead to the removal of catalonia is elected government and its replacement with officials from the dritte says that separatists in the bus alone a government forced madrid to take precedented action. we are going to ask the senate to approve article one five five in order to protect the general interest of the nation to authorize. spanish government to suspend the rule of the catalan leaders and all members of the catalan cabinet the rules of these officials will be conducted by the ministers appointed
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Oct 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
think about the fact that many of these islamist war fighters that are going to be leaving syria as they're pushed out of there, leaving yemen, they're going to want to go some place that's ungoverned where they won't be spotted, where they won't be noticed. and africa provides that cover for them. so i've been raising this issue on house armed services for a while and very concerned about it. >> and congresswoman wilson has raised the concerns of the family on behalf of the family and as they are her constituents about the question of sergeant la david johnson and whether or not he was left behind. we know his body was found about a mile from the site where the others were. and there were a lot of questions about why he was found on his own. this is pentagon joint staff director kenneth mckenzie on thursday disputing the idea anyone was left behind during that mission, take a listen. >> no one was left behind. either u.s., our partner nigerian poforces or french fors were on the ground actively searching for this soldier. the search continued until he was found. we never left the b
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Oct 21, 2017 9:29am EDT
overthrow the government of syria or even al shabaab in somalia which has been accused this week of killing hundreds in mogadishu well joining me now from minnesota in the usa is trustee of mogadishu university an elected member of the african academy of sciences from has a smile some atar welcome to the program before he gets to one of the worst atrocities arguably since the colonial period just explain why countries like britain and italy sold power over somalia. well britain saw the power of somalia because it was just so huge you can look at the country or territory there due to the opening of the sways canal in eight hundred sixty nine and because of the british important british procession in. we just interrupting this program as president vladimir putin is delivering a key speech right now at the annual heath best of all in such as take a listen and i realize that well probably i should not be seeking to southie an interesting year with the first and foremost what goes yes we all have our own interests but secondly you're all here and the younger you are. the more confident y
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 2:30pm CEST
grip of the government. but first we had to run in northern syria where the battle for the city appears to be in its final throes. for several years the iraqi city of mosul and raca in syria were in the hands of the so-called islamic state then a few months ago the iraqi army managed to liberate mosul. remained under the terrorists' control i asked plans to make it the capital of their future counterfeits. in june troops from the northern kurdish territories began liberating the city gradually putting an end to the terra tree executions on trip pression hundreds of thousands of people in northern syria have been forced to flee the fight to liberate iraq could be over soon partly as a result of u.s. military support but it's being left devastated. you could say this man actually got off lightly he survived a booby trap left behind by retreating i asked troops german trauma surgeon michelle vilks treats the wounded he set up an operating room in a kitchen in an apartment building close to the front. door with just. known sounds of and this was clearly caused by an exploding mines the man
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Oct 21, 2017 2:15pm CEST
most easy going on i'm a lead here and setting off alarm bells. the rescue center in syria. the habitat is being destroyed but often turn up in towns and villages. help pass to come quick imagine seeing rescues facades. global three thousand next on d w. while everyone else is holding their cameras. sebastian eris points his at the ground. the photographer focuses on the beauty of paris underfoot and surprises us how much can be found there enjoy some new perspectives. your romance in sixty minutes d.w. . story so that people world over information they provide. the means they want to express d.w. on facebook and twitter up to date and in touch follow us. welcome to quadriga. if the entire look up there is music are you ready for this political humor visionary and chic women's talk going to w a lot of smart women. smart talks like that we broke the record. smart state fans for the most in the next report you'll find out just how this way of. d.w. made for mine.
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Oct 21, 2017 5:00am PDT
civilians literally dancing in the streets as isis in syria. we'll have a live record from syria coming up. diabetes can be a daily struggle, even if you're trying your best. along with diet and exercise, once-daily toujeo® may help you control your blood sugar. get into a daily groove. ♪ let's groove tonight. ♪ share the spice of life. ♪ baby, slice it right. from the makers of lantus®, ♪ we're gonna groove tonight. toujeo® provides blood sugar-lowering activity for 24 hours and beyond, proven blood sugar control all day and all night, and significant a1c reduction. toujeo® is used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. it contains 3 times as much insulin in 1 milliliter as standard insulin. don't use toujeo® to treat diabetic ketoacidosis, during episodes of low blood sugar or if you're allergic to insulin. get medical help right away if you have a serious allergic reaction such as body rash or trouble breathing. don't reuse needles or share insulin pens. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which can be life threatening. it may cause shaking, swe
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Oct 21, 2017 1:15pm CEST
easy going on about. setting off alarm bells. the rescue center in syria. the habitat is being destroyed but often turn up in towns and villages and then help has to come quick emergency rescues. three thousand in sixty minutes on g.w. . on freedom and home. where i come from the region is rich in history style and talent but so poor in education opportunity and freedom this makes it especially difficult for independent journalists i see many of the younger promising janitors now making names for themselves all over the world. song by the get along the way some might follow. with continue. their experience of freedom in a sense is like the unions of the day you can visit it but your call come back on. my name in your fifth ward and i work at the. hello and welcome to driver at the motor made.
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Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm CEST
from the outside world but i would say that mr publishes at the same time more similar to. syria has conan because when he went into politics he bought said two major dailies in the czech republic plus the radio station so he's got the. media machinery behind the suit to promote his interests well what we do know also about andre bobbish is that he's quite critical of the e.u. if he is elected prime minister what will this mean for relations with brussels. well it we don't know at this point because we still publish this businessman is that he's a pretty modest who really assess certain things now during the electoral campaign . to impress his electorate which consists mainly of older less educated people and those people are not happy with the european union but at the same time he's going to its own interests which are your structure only your public to germany and france aren't and lance us companies in all of those countries and so it is not in his personal interest to create any kind of deep divide between the czech republic and the european union i personally expect that if
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Oct 21, 2017 4:00am PDT
affiliated with al-qaida and syria. with guns and ideology spreading throughout the region that is the u.s. and others need to keep involve in the fight against tearing that part of africa so it does not get out of control. >> thank you, david, general mark, if i can ask you that we have heard that johnson's body was a mile away from the site of the ambush, what went wrong here? >> well, lets all agree that none of us were present during that ambush so we don't know the circumstances around what happened but i can tell you that immediately and environment that's been assessed in advance of operation that's permissive, they went in and had no large weapon systems and they did not have immediate air support so what happened is you walk into an ambush like that and i think the initial report coming back is sergeant johnson was in fact one of the drivers of the vehicles of this convoy carrying the operation team into the village. he was probably trying to get his comrades out of the area. he may have been in the vehicle by himself picking some additional folks so we don't know in the confusion
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Oct 21, 2017 11:30am BST
, from your vantage point in the gulf, is this the beginning of the end of the war in syria? well, the beginning of the end of isis perhaps. and that follows after the battle of mosul. this week was the battle of mosul. this week was the one year anniversary since the battle of mosul was launched to liberate the biggest holding of isis in iraq. now you have the same in syria. in that sense it is an important moment. but if we are talking about the war in syria, the war in syria was never about isis. isis became a by—product. if you go back to the root causes of what happens —— happened in syria, it continues and is is even worse. we have turkish troops in idlib. iraq has militia all over syria and have now got a stronghold in damascus and the surrounding area. the parties that are there and armed continue and are strengthened. and we are nowhere near a political resolution to try to at least preserve lives in syria. i think raqqa is a moment to ta ke syria. i think raqqa is a moment to take stock. but it is not this victory were we can see syria coming together again. what is dev
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Oct 21, 2017 11:00am BST
our table, could we be witnessing the beginning of the end of the war in syria? my guests are the times columnist david aaronovitch. the north american writer and broadcaster, jeffrey kofman mina al—0raibi, the new editor—in—chief of abu dhabi's the national. and from spain's la razon, celia maza de pablo. a warm welcome to all of you. let's start in spain. spain is in the midst of a huge constitutional crisis. as we go to air, an emergency cabinet meeting is discussing suspending catalonia's autonomy, in the wake of the independence referendum — which was declared unconstituional by the courts — and the violence that surrounded it. it will be the first time in spain's four decades of democracy that madrid has aimed to effectively sack a regional government and call fresh elections. are people going to take to the streets again? celia, do you approach this with nervousness? without any doubt we are living through the
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Oct 21, 2017 3:00am PDT
. because the things you love can stink. >>> raqqa syria have been liberated. family members are headed to refugee camps. >> cnn is on the ground rebuilding to witness firsthand what is going to happen next. how are these camps handling these families. its got to be difficult to walk the line giving mercy but also maintaining security? >> reporter: it is extremely difficult. what they have done is separate the family who they expect having direct ties to isis fighters and they kept them in the smaller camp that's right beneath us. they have not certain these are all isis families and there are some civilian families. remember isis was holding civilian hostages. these are individual families who they want to keep separate from the rest of this sprawling camps population because they are not entirely sure of what their affiliations are. these families are being kept under arm guards and no one is allowed to come out freely. they remove all sorts of sharp objects such as knives and other things from their possession. we are not allowed to film inside the actual location because their conce
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