the u.s. state department claims russia isn't sticking to the un backed cease fire in syria in tuesday's press briefing they also blamed moscow for continuing to support syrian president bashar assad. russia is certainly not adhering to the cease fire they're not adhering to the cease fire because they continue to sponsor and back but shar all assad's government doherty's washington correspondents america on the sure that the syrian army is following the ceasefire but militants are not even though foreign minister lavrov has called upon armed opposition groups to comply with the ceasefire order in eastern good at tuesday morning to allow civilians to leave the district but moscow says that civilians can't leave the district because militants are shelling humanitarian corridors now are also spoke about this particular topic she thinks that all of syria should be a humanitarian so not just some corridors i find it ironic when russia calls for a humanitarian road a humanitarian zone you know what humanitarian zone is it's the entirety of syria
not just one little area that russia cutely tries to carve out it should be the entire country because that is what russia and those fifteen other countries agreed to in the un security council resolution of the cease fire was agreed upon unanimously in the security council and it applies to all parties except isis and al qaeda so maybe the u.s. should focus on peace efforts instead of criticizing russia but now it's russia bashing took another interesting turn when he mentioned chemical weapons saying that russia failed in destroying syria's chemical weapons but even though it was a russian initiative it wasn't russia's full responsibility to destroy syria's chemical weapons it was a un led effort and the opus e w the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons which is the organization that was targeted with the mission has confirmed multiple times that all of syria's chemical weapons have been destroyed however it didn't end there now or compare the current situation in eastern gooda to what
happened in aleppo but we are watching what is going on and i spoke to this on thursday the horrific attacks taking place against civilians in eastern guta it is not to do. similar from what happened last year and a lot it is horrific now back in twenty sixteen the u.s. damned russians humanitarian corridors that were meant to save civilians they claimed it was a forced evacuation saying that people should have been able to stay in their homes but this is how foreign minister lavrov defended aleppo's humanitarian corridors the just as that. but then the mass evacuation of civilians took place too in order to destroy the terrorists who didn't want to leave aleppo and back then everyone said that it was a very risky operation because civilians could leave and never return it might even be considered ethnic cleansing and yesterday aleppo's governor said that two hundred thousand of those who lived aleppo have come back that's a third of all buildings damaged by war have been restored and this process is
continuing well it seems that the state department is ignoring the real issue at hand that civilians can't leave eastern good because militants are shelling humanitarian corridors. or foreign policy specialist attorney jennifer braden says russia isn't to blame for the violence. united states has actually made a very specific and strategic failure in syria and gaining the ground there and we've lost a lot of the ability to speak about that and so now it's just become ana whoever's whoever's in charge or whoever might have something so putting the blame on russia doesn't say it was their fault because russia had the power they should have known and said tell us ought to put its forces down or to have militants stop doing that they're basically saying that russia is now in charge of syria rather than trying to find a solution as to why that five hour or any any hour seven hour any amount of cease fire won't work this is not up to russia this is not up to any one nation it's up to all the nations that are in syria to agree to this these fire and i think it's
just unfortunate to see this continued pattern of really almost immature childish behavior on behalf of u.s. state department that is trying to blame russia or some other power when they really have lost their foothold in syria and ability to do anything even if it's a humanitarian reason or to protect people. well as you've just been hearing terrorists have shelled a new humanitarian corridor in the war ravaged district of eastern go to that's according to russia's defense ministry which had help set up the route before it was attacked just minutes later it was meant to allow civilians to leave the area just outside the capital damascus. all these are the pictures from the corridor checkpoint on the side of government controlled territory but due to the terrorist shelling not a single civilian i've been able to leave the area on tuesday r.t. arabic correspondent. is on the ground in damascus and has visited the checkpoint. at the headline no civilians have come out of the corridor yet minutes after it was
opened the area was shelled five times several syrian soldiers were injured snipers have also been firing at those patrolling the corridor that could be why civilians are in using this route out. we're used to go to has been occupied by various rebel un terrorist groups for years it's the area shaded in red located just outside the syrian capital violence there has recently escalated with both sides accusing each other of targeting civilians to the north is the our what he did in districts where the humanitarian corridor was set up by russia the humanitarian efforts to provide safe passage for those desperate to escape are being coordinated with the syrian red crescent forces and ambulances are on standby to evacuate civilians people inside the rubble on klav are being notified about the location of the corridor via leaflets text alerts and loudspeakers and first aid points have been set up near the exit to help those in need of urgent medical assistance however despite these f. it's feared civilians will be prevented by the rebels from leaving the war zone artie's
what i guess the it explains. civilians dying they're dying from rebel shells from government bombs from bullets shrapnel and crossfire in damascus and in east ghouta the u.n. cease fire is dead on arrival no one stops shooting so the syrians are trying their own way humanitarian corridors backed by russia thousands of these leaflets being dropped over east ghouta by syrian helicopters there are instructions for civilians on how to get out of the war zone maps with arrows follow them if you dare women of all the jews and children reportedly going to need to be forbidden by local armed groups from leaving the area for security reasons they've done it before in aleppo is limited rebels wouldn't let anyone out
they shot at civilians trying to feed to government held areas they shelled humanitarian crossings and if you made it out that punish your relatives same story in ghouta this is been going on for years the evidence indicates that non-state armed groups in eastern guta and in particular josh islam are also responsible for inflating the price of food and other basic necessities they're arbitrarily restricting the movement of civilians wishing to leave and abducting and arbitrarily detaining people. you'd think this is important right all those pundits and activists screaming about gouda and not once have they asked the pertinent question. we welcome the security council's decision regarding a ceasefire because of the burden on our families and he said this suffering must be lifted to the decision to stop the bloodshed caused by the regime in eastern my
home and the alarm. when the regime is not abiding by the un resolution i cannot stand still and watch and defend myself and our families in ghouta why are they still there despite their access to the spokesperson of the army of islam the jihad this group that holds east ghouta they have not asked him why his group is blocking woman and kids from leaving a war zone it's good press for him to stand there and complain that innocents are dying while meeting that they're dying big because his own rebel fighters won't let them leave the armed groups inside east ghouta will not allow those people to leave i think human are you as you know a propaganda tool these bloody war and syria so it will continue i don't believe it
will stop but definitely this according to human humility included or actually could do it use that human casualties among those people. the british foreign office invited the russian ambassador to the u.k. alexander yak of anchor to discuss the humanitarian situation in eastern go to and afterwards he spoke exclusively with r.t. . of course you know we will be disappointed with the statements of the secretary johnson when he spoke yesterday at the parliament and he blamed russia for humanitarian situation and we said this is directly straight straight forward so we discussed with the british you know what the british could do in a practical terms but to support this resolution you know whom they could talk and the what kind of signals they could send to the. you whether it's a neutral position or whatever to be on to people in order to save lives and i'll tell you that so that was
a very pragmatic conversation and i think that the minister duncan. here received my message and he promised to send the right signals to the people with whom they're connecting on the ground you know to to to have this cease fire and to feel the resume loosened from my point of view it was a very useful conversation we need the british on board but. of course as i said we don't accept the. the statements like the russians are guilty for the humanitarian situation where on the scene both were trying to do our best in order to release syria from the terrorists. an american recycling entrepreneur could face jail in a battle with microsoft and the copyright we'll have more on that after the break.
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a five foot six thousand dollar cami all america shrinks. welcome back israeli soldiers have arrested ten people in a raid on a palestinian village among them was a teenage boy still recovering from a shocking head injury sustained at a west bank protest two months ago the rate was caught on video by one of his family members. well ten palestinians were arrested by the i.d.f. in a pre-dawn raid five of them were minors and among those detained was one hundred ten
many who were seriously wounded after an israeli soldier fired at him with a rubber bullet back in the same they're now he is currently waiting for surgery to help a small part of his skull after it was removed in emergency surgery following that december incident. when i was injured i climbed the wall thinking they were gone and as soon as i looked over i was shot right here and then i passed out and i don't know what happened they arrested me for throwing stones and they hit me while they were interrogating me when i went to the interrogation place i heard people shouting and getting beaten and there were little kids there the officer started shouting at them to confess and also shouting at me when they arrested me at my home at three am they put handcuffs on me and my brother then they took us to their camp when we arrived we found the other four guys and then they took us to the interrogation they started asking me why my face is like this and saying you look funny and said many things about me i told them i fell off my bicycle. what
happens if that arm arrested him at two am and the way they arrested him was harsh he was a child who suffered an injury from the israeli soldiers and it was difficult for his parents because he was injured and being arrested was a great into his health condition his health condition remained the same but he was psychological effect for a child being arrested at two am and kept in detention until two pm the next day without any food or sleep was difficult for him the israeli army has confirmed that it a race to tell me overnighted says that the service was approved by an army physician now after being away. he was interrogated and has been subsequently released during that interrogation it seems as if he was forced to say that he fell off a bike and when his head hit the handle bars that caused the injury now his family has refuted this and in fact doctors have proven that the injury to his head was in
fact caused by every other bullet he is the younger brother of tommy who is currently in detention awaiting trial after slipping and israeli soldier who arrived at her home. now that was formed back in december when soldiers arrived at the tommy home to rest mohammed naturally i heard was extremely angry and her brother are regularly at protests and demonstrations with israeli soldiers there very often in confrontations. the bestselling book fire and fury reportedly used numerous tactics to gain revelations about the trumpet ministration author michael wolff apparently told the white house the book and this time told would be much more favorable and he appeared to demonstrate more tricks when confronted with an uncomfortable question about his claims.
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i'm not getting anything. you know hearing me but i'm not getting anything. and american experts in recycling electronics could face prison and the hefty fine over his plan to save old computers going into month science microsoft has accused eric longer in creating some husbands have any legal copies of itself where he argues he was only using it to extend the life span of all p.c.'s but he faces up to fifteen months in prison and a possible fifty thousand dollars fine langridge insists he was acting within the no. the microsoft software itself gets missing d.l.l. files and bloatware and viruses but over time will break down the software so that it doesn't operate and function as intended you might have seen that before if you ever use a computer and it just seems to slow down over time and it needs a a refreshed which is what the purpose of a restore cd is so you have
a license with your computer and that follows your computer in perpetuity until your computer's no longer working and that computer can be used by hundreds of people thousands of people and the license follows the hardware so the hardware itself over time might get missing d.l.l. files or it might get viruses in bloatware and what you'll end up doing is you want to refresh your reinstall your valid copy of license on your computer and to do that you need three things you need to see a way you need a license and you need to restore media or restore cd the restore cd is free you can download it anywhere online but the c.e.o. and license have to come from microsoft they're the only ones that can provide you with that microsoft claims they missed out on sales of its license products accusing london of piracy prosecutors claim he made twenty eight thousand illegal copies of microsoft's operating system last year longer was convicted of conspiracy and copyright infringement but the appeals court has allowed him to really argue
his case he says his main purpose was to encourage people to use preferred bush computers instead of purchasing new ones. i know that if you were to make top these of their license or their seal ways you're directly stealing from microsoft and you deserve to go to prison but if you're providing the restore cd which is the free thing that you can download for free or that's given to you with your computer if you provide that to consumers you're giving them the ability to repair their legally owned property and i see no problem with that i believe in extending the life cycle of electronics and i believe that it helps us be more efficient in society if we're able to use these computers as long as they last i was very surprised when microsoft put me in that same circle with the people that are out there hacking or stealing their licenses or seal ways i mean that is
a crime crime that deserves to be punished because you're directly stealing from somebody all i was attempting to do is help consumers use what they legally own i've been recycler for sixteen years and all i care about is the environment i want to make sure the things that work continue to work for the benefit of mankind. and it seems recycling and extending the life of products isn't desirable to some companies who prefer consumers to keep consuming.
i. am. i. am was. an investigation into one of the worst cases of child sex abuse in the u.k. is storming due to a lack of qualified personnel the abuse scandal centers on the sexual exploitation of fourteen hundred children over three decades in the english town overall the eighty percent of the suspected perpetrators were of pakistani origin artie's party boyko looks at why the probe launched three years ago is still failing to make progress according to this senior officer investigating the scandal one hundred
more police officers are needed to uncover the truth so far police have managed to interview seventeen percent of a possible one and a half thousand victims due to a shortage in specially trained detectives. it's a really specialist area engaging in interviewing vulnerable victims a lot of our victims were children when they were abused but they're now adults and have associated problems as a result of that abuse including suicidal tendencies mental health issues drug and alcohol addiction the author of scandal led to a national outcry when the scale of the child abuse was first exposed back in twenty twelve two years later an independent inquiry found that for decades through systemic failures in policing and social services the sexual abuse of children went on right under the noses of the or thora ts gangs of men the majority of whom were of pakistani origin preyed on mostly white girls aged from eleven to fifteen many
of the victims thought they were in relationships with their abusers when the crimes were uncovered local authorities in yorkshire were accused of failing to tackle the problem partly through fear of being branded racist on the part of the authorities in their cases they were actually saying that these girls made a lifestyle choice it's about the fact that the authorities didn't want to be branded racist the ring leaders of the rod room grooming going last year i think the distant relatives of mine but you know what it doesn't change the responsibility that people like me have on tackling this particular issue so i've been campaigning against child sexual exploitation and street gang grooming gangs who are predominantly of a pakistani origin for over ten years the investigation into rather abuses has cost ten million pounds so far four individuals have been convicted eighteen have been
charged and thirty eight have been arrested no one senior has been held to account and with just seventeen percent of the victims interviewed so far all this may just be the tip of the iceberg. i'll be back with the headlines in just over thirty minutes for more news in the meantime as washington. shows seem wrong. but all roles just don't call. me cold but yet to stamp out disdain comes to attitude and engagement because the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart when just to look for common ground.
from north korea to syria's president donald trump's foreign policy is literally all over the map north korea says it is open to direct talks with washington only to be met with preconditions in syria peace is within view but this is not for the trumpet ministration wants. to play for many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spending to get to the twenty million and one player. it's an experience like nothing else not to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game played great so we'll all chance for. the case it's going to.
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