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use of having small weapons so the fact that these militant groups can really strike a world in target these key military institutions as well as very secure security areas in kabul remains a serious source of concern for people living here in kabul today's attack is a deadly one for the afghan national security forces remember they were killed not on a front line somewhere in some remote district or in a province where there is every day of fighting i think that alone tells you that cities including kabul is becoming another. front in the afghan government just continues to struggle to prevent these militants from carrying out these attacks. afghanistan is experiencing a wave of deadly terror attacks with three in the past ten days alone.
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both president trump and the commander of the u.s. and nato forces in afghanistan john nicholson say washington will spare no efforts to defeat the insurgents and bring peace to the region the taliban has responded by strengthening more attacks in retaliation to what it calls a policy of aggression. well the u.s. has considerably stepped up its air campaign in the country over the past year in twenty seventeen washington dropped more than four thousand bombs on afghanistan between august and december the u.s. carried out as many airstrikes as it had in the previous two years security and political analyst. thinks military action alone won't bring bring won't bring peace
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but a military offensive is always needed because you have to keep the militant groups from the main cities and from or from taking over the country in different provinces in different parts of the country but considering it as a sole response to the current situation or only way to resolve the of one conflict will be a wrong understanding because at the end of the day any conflict needs a political settlement and dialogue and that is where the of one government has tried to complement the american strategy which is mainly focused on fighting the militants or using the military might. fitness trackers are now raising major security concerns for military forces this comes after an australian student was able to discern the locations of secret training bases by looking at a global map that shows where people exercise the most artie's ily more. did you
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know now anyone who's got an internet browser can locate even the most secret army bases around the world say journalists thanks to these little things so how come people are saying fitness trackers could have become the soldier's worst enemy look at this global heat map by a g.p.s. tracking company wherever it gets bright are the areas of the stronger apps most active use some places seem totally black like of ghana's stand for instance but we know there are american soldiers and parts of it zoom in tot all the little bright dots is where sam must hang out or to be more precise exercise it was a twenty year old student who first noticed how easy it was to find the u.s. bases this particular track looks like it logs or break you are jogging routes i shouldn't be able to establish any pattern of life from this far away so that's
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a real threat which the pentagon's admitted while only a few years ago they were happy to distribute thousands of fit bits among staff by the way there must be a number of temporary or even permanent u.s. bases that we don't know about journalists have zoomed in on areas around mosul and iraq and rocca in syria we're told uncle sam is there to train and assist since the rest of iraq and syria are pretty much all black perhaps locals don't really have many of these devices so it's fair to assume that the bright spots are where americans train others and train themselves another journalist remembered this article and scrawled all the way to the capital of somalia some heavy jargon activity on the beach around to it looks like the reported cia. no one can say for sure all of this is correct but the. cern is out there u.s.
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troops security issues aside i was going to show you the koreas how's that for a contrast but even in pyongyang there are a couple of bright zigzags could it be mr kim enjoying a bit of western technology well i bet he'll never tell us. college giants in germany are facing a public backlash over human and animal testing that story and more after the break . our.
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released the memo more cindy f.b.i. gate also are the u.s. and turkey on the path to confrontation in syria and the great debate jordan peterson is called one army and is taking the internet by storm. welcome back some major german car makers are under fire due to some of their old testing methods is being revealed they had previously been involved in potentially hazardous experiments on humans and animals all of our reports. covering
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humans inhaled toxic fumes is apparently healthy to the automotive industry carried out its health impact research it's emerged in the media that the giants of the german coal industry allegedly signed shouldn't experiments on. humans and animals . the experiments were carried out by a now defunct research group that was funded by volkswagen daimler a big m.w. in the experiments twenty five of volunteers inhaled nitrogen dioxide but through it arc in university hospital the experiments were given the ok by the university's ethics board and it's understood that there was no adverse health effects for those who took part in the study however this hasn't stopped people being outraged and shocked that this was given the green light in the first place and by us according
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to what is known to the public the discuss that many people are feeling is absolutely understandable these tests on monkeys or even humans can in no way be ethically justified they raise many critical questions for those who are behind these tests and those questions must urgently beyond the same organization that previously found itself in the hope water for experiments on animals including forcing ten monkeys to inhale the exhaust fumes of the w.p. while watching cartoons the car manufacturers for their part of being quick to distance themselves from these experiments. we believe that the scientific method chosen that the time was wrong the b.m.w. group is in no way influenced by the design or methodology of studies carried out on behalf of the e.u. g.t. the animal experiments in the study are superfluous and repulsive generating around four hundred billion euros yearly the german also industry has come in for criticism in recent years as well as legal action over attempts to cheat on
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emissions tests for diesel vehicles allegations of carrying out experiments on people and animals it's unlikely to improve the industry's reputation peter all of a party. animal rights attorney says animals are routinely mistreated by private industry for search purposes. we can't trust these companies to be able to give any kind of meaningful assessment of whether this was the correct option we can expect these industries to be able to give any kind of meaningful cost benefit analysis given that the shown time and time again that they're willing to use it and kill animals for frivolous reasons these major industries have colluded together and have successfully lobbied governments around the world including the us government to basically rarely enforce the few laws that exist to protect
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animals at all and so it's extremely rare that any kind of enforcement will take action even against what is in this case extreme violence against animals. russian gas will soon be heating russian american homes even despite the u.s. continuing to hit russia's energy firms with sanctions a french cargo ship loaded with liquefied natural gas from siberia has docked in boston well this winter has been far colder than usual on the east coast of the u.s. leading to a greater demand for heating gas the tanker dock in here is owned by french company owned she which says it will the cargo because of the current rise in demand the ship made a delivery in the u.k. before sailing on to the u.s. and it's not to be the first shipment of russian liquefied natural gas or l.n.g. to america a second tanker originating from russia or is expected to dock on the east coast in mid february. all the fuel was produced by your mali l n g of which the
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russian company never take has a controlling interest by the country subject to u.s. sanctions but russian oil and gas shipments on loss french and chinese companies hold almost fifty percent of your mouth l.n.g. shares so technically the congo is not subject to sanctions as long as it's autumn delivered by a search party that's not russia former british diplomat william alanson says the situation is hypocritical. the more effective these sanctions are the paradoxes the more they are likely to strengthen the russian economy which has to become more independent and self-sufficient than it is even more so the other effect that is likely to have is is that it's helping the russians and the chinese to move away from the dollar so in that sense. it's slightly suicidal thus it is important to get round the sanctions as hypocrisy or the presentation yes we've got sanctions but then a french company a clever french company makes
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a profit by buying liquefied gas at a certain moment and by the way one very important final point is another excuse for these for these sanctions of course is the. alleged meddling in the us elections i've never seen such hypocrisy from the arch medlar of the last century which is the united states which is middle not only middle been in foreign elections but actually replace government similarly. a u.s. spy plane has been intercepted by a russian jet over the black sea the u.s. navy claimed its plane was in international airspace at the time moreover it claimed the interception was an unsafe maneuver however russia's defense ministry said the mission was conducted in accordance with international regulations. in syria the battle against terrorism isn't the only problematic aspect of the conflict the source of the political struggle between the opposition and the
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government now syrian government representatives and opposition groups are gathering in the russian city of sochi for a new round of peace talks artie's what our guest if has been previewing the event . minutes after landing in syria. stiff we've been diverted to beirut look at the ballasts said. they're everywhere the entire city seems to be plastered in a piece for the people of syria five hundred ten journalists were registered for the sochi peace conference in just four days representatives from seventy eight different channels as well as dozens and dozens of different news agencies most of them foreigners these army of journalists will be covering this event. only by the number of delegates one thousand six hundred delegates at the sending
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world to take part in these talks syrian politicians and opposition reconciled rebels and active ones commanders of thousands of men christians muslims need faiths and denominations aiming for peace. the hard work putting the finishing touches in place they even have special prayer rooms for both muslims and christians this is a new format no middle man with. these a direct talks face to face the aim here isn't to replace other platforms like the geneva peace process it is to supplement them to get the bull ruling say as everyone's tired of this war. is about letting people admit it. the way the reconstruction of the syrian city of
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aleppo continues the. places in islam was badly affected by the syrian war the mosque was built between the eighty's and certain centuries but was damaged in conscious in twenty thirty. scene the minarets was brought down by shelling while the whole complex is riddled with bullet holes one of the world's most ancient mosques it's located in aleppo's old city which is a unesco world heritage site as much as sixty percent of it was severely damaged with thirty percent completely destroyed by the war. i'll be back at the latest headlines in just over half an hour meanwhile for more on all of our stories go to . here's what people have been saying about rejected in the navy seal was assassinated full on awesome well the only show i go out of my way to launch you know what it is that really packs upon our leadership is the john oliver of our
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you keep. one fact. that. it's him in december morning and i'm on a bus headed down south from chinatown new york there breathless driver speeds up on the ice who really wants and traveling across the states in a snowstorm because of a book. written over dishpan of twenty years back and forth from the mining areas to eastern kentucky the book by italians corner. is a monumental collection of moral history it tells the struggle of the words
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bales to round mining of coal when amy grants would come to the area to work well paid but often has faded jobs the book tells the story of harlan county that's where i'm going. this is a part of the. own. land .
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i'm headed to the depot mary kom of course. i want to see what's left of the. three years since this first base is now that the us is shifting to major and gas and coal mines for shutting down one after another i do not expect to find a lively city when i drive into harlem i find a ghost of a city where people are stuck like car turns from black and white picture their stories and there. have not changed much from those recorded by pushing pills research and that they are leading me in this journey. was. well we really don't know what he'll be.
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back would have been thirty. plus. worth. no ma'am. but. in their place now it's. like appalachian man. epilate you may eat. it's. great. writing or farmer paul.
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i got married when i. i was sixteen years old and my husband was seventeen years old and then lead me in myriad about six months and he went into the mountains and then six months after that dad and i went to korea accident. i had two week old son. lady who lived down the street here only. killed. wrote a bunch that he would hit reply. oh no. where else could a company wants to hold real it's george said also that cole ready for the christmas they wanted him there you know we. suck the whole milk but done it was done it was back to that old wall it. broke
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field of if. you know it much. two three tell the boat to look at it one through to it that. shielded. that even if you. were right would fail and i am. sure that. any. feeling. i. i find remnants of the mining history or longer memories of the casualties in the hard labor are alive in the stories told by the young and the like they're not for the glory of collective struggle and hard work paid off. speaking to the local scene dusty barson saloons he conceded their life was and still is mine
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mine is harder now. relief their collective legend and whether played a part where said with pride. there survived the war and disappearing before day i ask. for the rose parade rest. in their stride branded a bit of a work first year a disco and shield but first you have like i won six of them at meyers grove so. it was work and i got there well that's my grandpa grandma a six awful sweater. but maybe three year old you. will. go. in every lady made home a and. e.
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always had peace because you know now we've made the life that you'll say. the truth. you won't want to hear that there's no water in the mine and soon you would have to drown through water it would get it over your knees and. the horses would have to pull through the opponents from there and then they would lay to balfour's for tracks sometimes when they'd run out of traffic people here named were you know anywhere. there's nothing for him today and there have been all the young pay for the turning to see after. and. if it was someone would have to stay and. say our
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government would get interested in this place this party can tell you i think we. could make it with it but if they don't there that i never day. for dos in this say you know there's.
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this. eight point seven deadly m.t.v. downtown whitesburg this is john the brains in arcade until ten o'clock tonight so i'm talking to some of the best music of two thousand and thirteen right now it's playing the song but all. is holding its all. in one nine hundred eighty eight was the first woman to work in this one particular mine and my job was what they called the belt boy and then they started calling me the belt person because i was a female so when i would go into ground everybody would be kind of gathered to see
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the. woman coming out of the mines you know and then i remember my face would be all black but the coldest since i was a little bit vain so i would have a handkerchief and i would wipe my face off before i would come outside so it be all clean. so that it but the guys would always be looking for me to come out because it was just so amazing i guess to them to see a woman working in the mines. it's all true. more and more manalo no. i remember when i was in high school i loved the earth science i love the mountains
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all of anything he was brock's and my earth science teacher back then said there's going to be eight hundred years of coal and when he said that that's when things were good you know where everybody was working like the guys that worked in the mines they always had the nice cars like the camero i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. we. tried and it is what. now and it's time to check. a load of acting.


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