tv Sophie Co RT February 22, 2018 10:00pm-10:31pm EST
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this hour's headlines stories russia urges the u.n. security council to help result the conflict in the eastern good sort of district. pops syria and accuses foreign powers of creating havoc terry because we have. the u.s. military is blamed for a health crisis on a portuguese island. residents say pollution from our bases boost the rates there. when i'm thirty four years old and i lived my whole life to the right by the entrance of the american base both of my parents died of cancer when i was thirty three i was diagnosed with breast cancer. storms out of the german
parliament i was a member of the anti immigration a after the party launches. and elsewhere. from moscow to the world this is r.t. international good to have your company mining's in and only our top story this hour the russian ambassador to the un has called for urgent a action to result a humanitarian crisis in the rebel held region of eastern in syria addressing the security council he criticized the way the media and foreign powers have been influencing the situation. there is a massive psychosis in the mainstream media which is spread in the same room as day after day it doesn't help to understand the situation at school they put forward the idea that their only hospitals in eastern guta which the syrian army are
fighting against will continue to work to bring peace and stability to syria and calls on other countries to do the same rather than creating havoc supporting the hardest and so in the region apart. now what we just heard was the russian ambassador to the united nations responding to what he characterized as a smear campaign now the meeting was called in response to the situation in eastern do. now this is a suburb of damascus located to the east of damascus and at this point it's an enclave of rebels and terrorist forces now there's been increasing hostilities in eastern guta as the syrian government is fighting to retake the city from terrorist russia was responding to some of the very heated words and accusations we heard from other countries in the chamber in the lead up to his remarks systematic targeting of civilians in disregard for human life the last twenty two years old with a wife who is five months pregnant a louse as we are waiting our turn to die attacks against health care and hospitals
constitute will crimes the regime wants to keep bombing and gassing these four hundred thousand people and the assad regime is counting on russia to make sure the security council is unable to stop their suffering now in his remarks to the fifteen member body in the bed he was very clear that situations in eastern guta are rather dire however the situation is much more complex than it's being made out to be that essentially civilians are being used as human shields by the terrorists and that essentially these are terrorists the aldosterone other forces that are in control of eastern ghouta and have set up shop there and isn't this what the international community should be doing should they not be fighting against these terrorist groups to point out the some of the more extreme allegations being made against russia and syria are being made by the forces that just leveled the city of raka. by the way the u.s. led coalition leveled syria's rucka this is in the recent post should be forgotten
so the phone when it happened was known for some reason nobody did that internationally to observe the. let's just review what happened when the u.s. led coalition re took the syrian city of raka. was still a thirty year we were forced to leave our homes because of ice and when we returned we found everything we do used to rubble and look at all the devastation of rock is a ghost city ninety minutes when live in the midst of destruction we feel completely abandoned everything around has been destroyed. one life years horrible the city and rubble have to be to remove the debris with all money there's no running water so we have two boats in barrels and the us coalition caused the destruction of records and has
a responsibility to rebuild the city we need to help with restoring the water supply in clearing the rubble. i found a mine on the streets near my house my friend and i tried to detonate it from a distance but it didn't go off we thought the mind didn't work and work towards it it's exploded my friend was killed and i survived. as the meeting went on and different speakers took the floor and addressed the un security council was very clear that everyone agreed that the life of civilians in eastern guta was was of top concern however there were clear differences about who is to blame and that certain countries felt as if the situation was just squarely on the shoulders of syria and russia there was disagreement on a centrally what what the russian ambassador characterized as
a smear campaign against russia. the u.n. had earlier call for an end to the fighting in eastern calling the rebel clee near damascus hell on earth earlier i spoke to a representative of doctors without borders about the situation. so we have six we supported and. received. the nations in the last few days of overthrow markets and the number of wounded people has increased dramatically in the last. few days reported. over. two hundred. people. but the biggest problem for the moment the ones that still function. supplies are fighting just going on a medical supply so some sort of agreement that. these medicines and especially i repeat surgical supplies in
a static can enter into the. place the surgeons. can do their my saving work artie's gas d.m. who has reported extensively from syria's war zones he takes a look now at who's in control of the strategic damascus. east ghouta is not a nice place to live in surrounded as it is under constant war zone within and without. islam the army of islam holds most of east ghouta as the name may imply these guys crusading for democracy and when they aren't busy killing each other
they share power with nuestra while kiat in syria and a number of smaller groups. these are ruthless people they cage civilians literally put woman and the elderly in metal cages and hoisted them onto roofs where they left them and literal human shield made of civilians to protect themselves their fighters from strikes these same people jihad ists who say they're fighting to free the country from a sad then turn their guns on protesters when they day complain about the jihad ists themselves.
these infamous incident being one of them a crowd of demonstrators fired upon by rebel fighters john kerry himself once called the rebels holding east ghouta a subgroup of isis and al qaeda remember what the u.s. . led coalition deeds to isis in mosul. well it's kind of as if you know. they leveled an entire city thousands of civilians dead yet they say there's no choice the terrorists were sponsible by using human shields a sad fact of war two billion casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation do you agree that some of the the high
level of i think ridiculous standard that we had previously is now created this behavior by ice is that they now realize that they take human shields are going to avoid being struck and that actually this is adding to the problem congressman i do believe they understand our sensitivity to civilian casualties and they're exploiting that and i do agree that as we move into these urban environments it is going become more and more difficult to apply extraordinarily high standards for the things that we're doing although we will try for some reason this time around they seem to be avoiding any mention of who it is that controls east ghouta all but the same job ists when these limits blindly shelled damascus every day and slaughter more and more civilians well that's war when the syrian army responds suddenly it's an atrocity remarkable isn't it how the rules change entirely depending on who's calling the shots.