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speak exclusively to one whose asylum appeal has been rejected. and a u.s. t.v. channel releases a vast database of tweets allegedly used to influence the twenty sixteen presidential election however both candidates parties and even attack russia. morning from moscow it's nine am here this thursday the fifteenth of february i'm calling brian this is your world news. from r.t. international in sorry to say that our first story is again another school massacre in the united states this time at a high school in florida seventeen people are dead and up to fifty are reported injured the suspect shooter is a nineteen year old former student who's now in custody video emerged online which seems to be from one of the classrooms while the attack was under way but please be warm that it does contain upsetting seemed.
as the shots rang out inside the school in the city of pocket and panic students were seen running to safety this video was taken while the gunman was stunned at large it's understood the killer set off a fire alarm to draw people into the open to cause as many injuries as possible. as rapidly swarmed the campus before leaving pupils and stuff to safety. education. really. the way she told the way some of the youngsters have been describing that terrifying experience is. the song white dead body there on the floor and blood all around the floor how many people like five on the third floor. you could look like students it was one teacher and four students so they do pull the fire drill we want to. whom boom boom boom there's gunshots i doze firecrackers but there's
a lot of oh. if you like is known as school you don't expect these links only like coming in being that you're going to shoot at school you like started taking your family i love you never know why he gets shot or killed right then. multiple fatalities have been confirmed in the deadly shooting that took place today at marjorie stoneman douglas high in a high school about fifty kilometers north of miami florida and the sheriff's office had a detailed account of today's events so let's take a quick listen we have seventeen from for victims. well victims were in the building. and shoot true victims are outside just outside the building one victim is on the street at the corner of pine island. and two. people who lost their lives at the house the sheriff's office has also confirmed that the suspected shooter. has been detained and is now in police custody authorities have
identified the shooter as nineteen year old nicholas cruz a former student who was quote expelled for disciplinary reasons he reportedly used in a ar fifteen rifle and even had extra magazines in his possession and as soon as the incident unfolded multiple ambulances police cars and even armored vehicles were deployed to the scene swat teams cleared the school and reunited students with their families who described the circumstances as quote chaotic and frantic florida governor rick scott said he's been in touch with local officials and homeland security has apparently been in contact with both state and local officials but we also heard from the white house donald trump expressed his condolences via twitter and white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders said that trump has offered financial assistance to florida if needed but according to every town for gun safety a gun control advocacy group the u.s. has seen eighteen school shootings in the first forty five days of twenty so these
horrific sophistic could absolutely reflect a greater societal issue. the students at the high school in paul clinton have been describing the suspect as troubled others even said they were afraid of him stressing the t.v. changed recently we've been discussing some of the. underlying issues behind yet
another gun related mass killing in the us. so over three hundred million guns is enough for every person in the united states to have a gun it's unseen and you know we license cars you can't just get in a car and drive it but you can get a gun and shoot it you don't need any training you don't need any licensing. and a lot of states now you can carry them. undercover illegally there's a lot of nutty miss in this country about how guns make you safer. and the evidence is all to the contrary this is an ultimate cry for attention and i'd like to see the media for the first time not look at this is a gun issue and to shy away from the anatomy object or or start to start to look away from why or how these individuals are getting the guns and start looking at the intent behind it why are they doing this what's the mental health of this person what's their personal individual issue if there's one thing that we do know
it's been proven time and time again that the gun itself does not do any damage but the issue is the person behind it their intent their motives their means polycom was considered florida's safest city is well as one of the safest in the united states but just hours ago teaches that to barricade classrooms while terrified students sent text messages to family and friends. my school is being shut up and i locked inside i'm scared right now. and there have been shots fired on campus at school there are police sirens outside i'm in the two room and the doors are locked. i want to shut up i say this is catastrophic. and on the eve of
a catastrophic game broward county history it's devastating i'm sick to my stomach . prayers for the kids families and friends affected by the florida high school shooting. no kid should ever have to go through this please pray for florida love you all and hope everyone is safe. love each other you may never know when it may be the last day myths are won. the british government is being accused of turning its back on interpreters who helped its military in afghanistan many of received death threats from the taliban saying that they can't remain in their homeland has been speaking exclusively to an afghan interpreter whose bid for asylum in the u.k. has failed. they only give me the notice for deportation they told me that you have to leave the country so they're going to send me. i will do differently because abdul barry was a front line in ten percent with british forces in afghanistan from two thousand
and eight to two thousand and ten. i know that if i join the british forces so close for me but i have to do that because our country was. the situation in our country was very bad so i have to help the international forces to protect other countries so they came to my country to protect us so why should i not hope that working with u.k. troops made abdul a target for local taliban forces that was a phone call from my from my father and a letter put in my door so you know that your son is working for the infidels so tell him to leave the job that they were as he will be slapped are the threats soon turned to violence when the taliban grated on my family my father and my mom and my dad so on that time when that happened he was completely angry all the problems happened to me just because of you creating problems for us with his and
his family's lives in danger abdul was forced to flee i did i had enough time to go and see. for protection or something like only twice was for me one choice to leave the country he came to britain illegally through cali and applied for asylum on the very first day since then the home office has rejected his initial application and his appeal the government says it's safe to return to kabul where he says his life is in danger that was. ours and justice. because when i heard i helped the british forces in a very risky time but at the moment i'm at risk so i need help but this still ignoring me. as an asylum seeker can't work and this is the modest accommodation that the government provides for him he also gets thirty five pounds
a week in living expenses and he have the constant threat of deportation looming over. him there are around a thousand afghan interpreters that worked with british forces around four hundred of them have been given u.k. visas which means abdul is one of around six hundred who haven't qualified the system has been described as unfair and a lot of a lot of bills best friend how much managed to win applied for his visa while still in afghanistan and after a two year wait he was brought over to the u.k. under the government's official afghan interpreter scheme do you feel guilty sometimes that you've got the visa and no one visa for those who spend time over. seventy per cent and.