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well lieutenant general austin miller becomes the eighteenth commander in the seventeen year campaign despite the constant turnover of commanders the latest u.s. sportstalk report says that the campaign has brought little good to afghanistan. while some in afghanistan who had hoped that america's presence would assure in a new period of peace and stability have paid a hefty price as america expects. back in august twenty sixth teen an afghan
man named his son after donald trump but that was before trump's top television for the white house now after being inspired by trump's business achievements outlined his books the afghan man hope that giving his son the same name would bring about the same sort of luck but we're very happy to name our child after the best politician and i hope he will become a politician like donald trump is well i gave my son this name to make him lucky and i want to see him as smart and mindful as donald trump but that's backfired miserably the family was driven out of their hometown because his community took issue with the child's non muslim name now he's proportionately fled afghanistan after seeing the reaction to my son's name and also the taliban directed assassination of the man who awarded president from the medal i don't feel safe this comes after the taliban assassinated one of the afghan men who minted a gold medal honoring the us president back in january cold in the b. and his friend a far hog barri raise money to produce
a special gift for donald trump to thank the state department for tough into stance on pakistan we are suspending security assistance security assistance only to pakistan at this time in till the pakistani government takes decisive action against groups including the afghan taliban gombe was killed by the taliban and that's according to a taliban spokesperson sadly appreciation for donald trump isn't exactly potty over his friend who was involved in producing the medal for the bari now fears for his life and he blames that washington for failing to protect them. the americans are all friends can help us in fact we would deceived because we thought the americans really appreciates all work and our intentions we thought the us is a superpower and values friendship but it doesn't nearly seventeen years ago the us invaded afghanistan to eradicate terrorism but after all these years to even those who still have trust in washington. seems that it can't be protected said mark on.
washington d.c. . british finance says he's wanted in russia for tax fraud was briefly detained it is today in spain before being released with the details on my of his jacket. in december of last year bill browder was sentenced by a moscow court to nine years in prison for fraud and tax evasion back in the ninety's browder was one of the biggest foreign investors in russia but everything eventually went south and his firm was investigated for tax fraud earlier today he tweeted that he had been arrested by spanish police in madrid showing a picture of the arrest warrant which listed fraud as the criminal charge shortly after however he posted that he had been released claiming interpol advised the spanish national police to not honor the red notice which is essentially an international arrest warrant and accused russia of abusing the international police organization but for their part interpol has said there never has been such a notice for broader and spanish police said the warrant they have on file simply
turned out to no longer be valid adding browder was not arrested today simply detained or may have been making assumptions based on past situations where interpol refused to enforce russian warrants for him doing them politically motivated something moscow denies there's a long history between russia and broader and he is the man behind the u.s. magnitsky act a law that blacklist russian officials accused of corruption or human rights violations it's named after sergei magnitsky who worked for broader corporation and was arrested and found dead in his moscow prison cell in two thousand and nine ever since broader has condemned the russian government and sought to hold as many people responsible for magnitsky death as possible chuckling figure reporting that you're watching us internationally going to take a quick break we're back in two minutes. when lawmakers manufactured him sentenced him to public wealth. when the room
in closest to protect themselves. the financial larry go around to listen to the one person told. to ignore middle of the room signal. to. the world. one else child's seemed wrong all but all in all just don't know all. the world is yet to shape out it just becomes to add to it and in again from an equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground.
well again we're going to turn to our top story this hour because a russian journalist and kremlin critic said to have been killed in his apartment on tuesday is actually alive and well. appeared on ukrainian state t.v. with the country's prosecutor general to say that the whole incident was staged event a real hit let's get some more details now from him isha user following events an extraordinary story isn't it this one what more information do we have while the plot unfolds further contrary to previous reports the forty one year old russian journalist is alive and well and did not die as a result of gunshot wounds in ukraine's capital kiev in fact he appears at a press conference on ukrainian t.v. at the ukrainian authorities have said that the reported killing was a ploy by the ukrainian law enforcement to prevent a plant heads now the head of the s.b.u. which is ukraine's national security service said that bob janko was alive and then
heads and the s.b.u. had information about a planned assassination on the journalists and acted to derail the process now they say this is now helps them catch the actual organizer of the attempted assassination but after reports of killing parties were quick to blame russia this included the ukrainian m.p. anton shankar who said that putin's regime was targeting those who were unbreakable but the russian foreign ministry sergey lavrov said that before the investigation had even started the or thirty's were quick to blame russia but let's cast our minds back now to one instances when russia house falsely been blamed in the past and as the russian foreign ministry has said they've underlined alarming number of violences against journalists in ukraine such as well as bruising that now and that was the ukrainian journalist that died in two thousand and fifteen where russia was immediately blamed for his death but he was killed in fact. by all to rights
activists for his pro russian these and in two thousand and sixteen sharon met their russian ukrainian journalist was killed not by russians but by a bomb detonated by ukrainian security services and in two thousand and seventeen as well the nice foreign call of the former russian deputy was killed but was russia behind this no in fact it was closer to home where his wife's ex-boyfriend ordered the killing and now there's been reaction from russia's foreign ministry as well saying that russia is glad that the journalist is alive and well and the whole operation they say is of a propagandist nature. ok thanks initially there was an issue with the latest. donald trump has repeatedly called the investigation into alleged collusion with russia a witch hunt but according to one democrat that some move straight out of the kremlin's playbook put his mormon. according to a top democrat in congress if you use the term which on to and you say it over and
over and over again which of which are and which you may be a dupe of the kremlin listen to maxine waters talk about trump he's a lying about which but you notice he says which over and over again he has learned some of the russian tactics about how you you know deal with getting people to believe you you say it over and over again so repeating something over and over and over again is a russian thing that may not be the wisest thing for the democrats to say they've had the same song on repeat for roughly two years russia has hacked into a lot of things the criminal clan russia was meddling in our election russia undermined hillary clinton to over russian hacking operation taken place by russians intelligence committee says that russia is behind this in some form it's goal to do with russia and of course ian brown sugar rush is a russian so if trump invented the term which why did the democrats use that exact same term back in the one nine hundred ninety s.
when bill clinton's sex scandal was all over the headlines smells like a double standard to me speaking of double standards remember how the democrats pounded the podium against gina haskell the new cia chief there are two reasons that i oppose this nomination miss haskel support for torture and her willingness to destroy evidence of the cia's use of torture and i have serious concerns about. her confirmation and what kind of signal sent this lady is the real do i'm telling you we're here with everything we possibly could she answered didn't flinch at all well it turns out that while this controversial interrogation program was going on democrats in congress were getting briefings the entire time and did nothing about it and now after the dog and pony show at the hearings is over gina haskell is getting the job and why is gina haskell the new cia chief because two democrats voted for her to an intelligence committee looks poise. to endorse president trump's pick to head the cia gina haskell today this clears the path for her
confirmation of cia director if she gained support from democrat senate democrats back when she was secretary of state hillary clinton was always criticizing countries around the world for their human rights record she even pushed obama to send cruise missiles to libya back in two thousand and eleven supposedly to defend human rights yet at the same time her personal foundation the clinton foundation had no problem getting donations from the very countries that she was criticizing and sooty arabia giving twenty five billion dollars are all of these countries you talk about women or women's rights so these are people that pushkin a's office buildings these are people that kill women and treat women horribly and yet you take their money so the democrats talk one way and act another i'm not sure where we're finding all these russian tactics they're constantly making reference to because they seem to be practicing double standards all along. r.t. new york. london police are going after rap music and one type in particular
in a bid to curb the disturbing raisen street violence offices think the genre known as thrill is behind us in stabbings and murders and even asked to take action often and we've seen this in london we have gangs who make drew videos in those videos the taunt to share and see what they're going to do to each other and specifically what they're going to do to who very quickly you will see these are associated with lyrics which about glamorizing violence serious violence. the video sharing giant has already deleted some thirty videos after police complaints through music originated in chicago and gained its name from a slang term for automatic weapons it has been picked up to by performers in britain that erik's often contain references to the tough side of street life but we spoke to rap artist nova who says that removing rap content from the internet is
hardly the best way to fight to fight violence. different opinion picture of young black as being criminals and trying to. take away that responsibility from themselves perhaps take away the responsibility from the system from the government . but i don't actually believe that the intention of this is even to remove violence because removing music videos from the internet is not going to remove violence we need to look at those communities see what's going on to see what help they actually mean address the problem and give them more support music is actually saving lots of these children's lives where rap music isn't anything being blamed some video games are now being targeted to the recent school shootings first person shooter games steering much of the outcry and critics now insist that they should be restricted to part is no bar again no says that people should decide for themselves what is acceptable. never experienced then the incident we're at music instigated violence and i've witnessed violence i'm actually from
the same kind of community these young and my witness one as i witness lots of different rappers are talking about and violence was never the music was never the reason only of those things are possible any of us were involved in that was worrying how far could go cause what was next who gets the decision to say this one is too violent this one is ok when those things are taken out of our hand and definitely have to put in the hands of the police who have already been proven to use bruce's tactics to target those communities. meanwhile knife crime is on the increase in the u.k. sparking debate on how to counter that judges chimed in to calling for a ban on the i'm restricted sale of long pointed knives madge says that long pointed knives should be sold only in rare defined circumstances and you also think that the police should alter program to modify knives purchased legally madge says his proposals will reduce the number of life threatening injuries caused by stabbings or the latest police figures to show that over the last four years knife
crime in london have i've crimes in london have almost doubled earlier guests debated the issue. ridiculous suggestion is what we're going to do is we're going to basically printing lies the decency on a majority for the for all the fair close and let's put it the right the downright criminal all we need to be doing is dishing out proper sentences for the. reestablishing proper family values and teach them proper moral codes my twenty five years of experience as a forensic psychiatrist again and again i would come across impulsive unplanned home signs where arguments in the home setting would simply goes out of hand no i don't i'm not aware that enormous because i got a minute for hours also there was a case. there was a case just recently where somebody to read the source point are you going to be
calling for frying pans and solves problems to be banned next if we can identify high risk households people on bail for example ok and say look here's a real alternative to a sharp knife or this is something the reduces the risk. yeah just how do you describe oh did i get scribe if you can the clinical psychologist what a high risk household is because if it's a high risk our house or where there's somebody in there who might grab a knife not submit it i think there are a variety of different ways of identifying places where this might be useful intervention if you think somebody is a threat to somebody they're living with all that person has to be removed or you are playing russian roulette but not with a loaded revolver but with a key change or full of no lives it just doesn't make sense to mylars no logic and we had here earlier on i say thanks watching we're going to be back with more nice see the top of the next.
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because it. would be of the abyss as mr miyagi men will go. and that's exactly what british that my victims are perceiving the documents are supposed to prove that there was an undisclosed relationship between politicians and the pharmaceutical company. the influence of the german government in that which as i say appears to be the case from the from the papers if this one which on the face of it offends the constitutional principle of no executive should interfere with the. responsibility and exercise of its duty by the judiciary and that's a constitutional principle which the germans accept which is accepted in these throughout europe.
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under the wrong circumstances. in two ways first will the physical damage itself. but as well there's a constant reminder that the people who actually perpetrated this crime as never been brought to justice and there has been a couple so you spend your whole life trying to find the answers to those questions and death put blood sugar systems and this is happening over to the mother you're. the british the little mite victims look to brussels for support to reopen the come to gun case. time is running out. many of them have trouble paying for their treatment and the costs keep rising as they get older. inmate twenty fifteen next go break have the opportunity to speak to members of the european parliament about the issues faced by salute the mind of victims. i would now like to hand over to annie brick and we did the research into the german archives and we
came up with astonishing information which really shocked us and made us realize what had happened and i want to just make street comments about this investigation we did into the criminal trial the first thing we discovered there were secret negotiations between going intel and the german federal government whilst the trial was taking place secondly the german federal presence at the time. they entered into torchwood couldn't tell a contribution in return for the trial being terminated despite the fact that the prosecution office in no fly over so you want him he must not do this this is illegal the net result of this the third point which is the most important for the four countries here is that all the evidence was suppress. the european parliament again discusses the come to go increase in march twenty sixth. in may twenty fifteen nine months ago i meet peter of every political group here in the
parliament insisted that a solution be found to the scandal of the lack of action on the urgent needs appear to might make him a solution to a problem this approach ing sixty years old. during those sixty years the german. company. had deployed every possible prepare a case pro question. to addressing those needs thank you very much. because our. side. knowing we're not. trying to lose. the archives contains documents detailing some of them are victims stories in other