tv Documentary RT July 30, 2018 11:30pm-12:01am EDT
called war on terror which the u.s. declared following the nine eleven attacks targeting hostile militant groups as part of that military campaign the u.s. has carried out strikes in afghanistan pakistan somalia and yemen the drug strikes have resulted in numerous civilian casualties in every country involved in the campaign for example in yemen up to two hundred civilians have been killed in u.s. led drone attacks. jonathan shafi from the new foreign policy group think tank believes civilians in
the area should be concerned about the development. billions in need of gold not just of it i say we should be concerned about the kind of damage that these drones can do and we've seen a new minister cations hundreds actually over the years civilians have been killed and of course that he action from the local population is what you would expect one of anger and one that wants to see these drones and if the country that the u.s. claims is going to bring the region closer to paste you see any any sort of a lid to tea within that plane. i think the problem with us is of course that's always the claim that was a claim with afghanistan of which they're still not quote they claim you can even go all the way back to vietnam of course this is always the public relations clean and the reality of course is that the united states is looking to secure a puppet in the regions to secure its own interest in the region and indeed to expand its poet across the region and therefore public safety the safety of civilians and bringing about peace will actually subordinates those interests the
deployment of drones by the united states not just here but am elsewhere across the region and not just on under donald trump but under obama's way o. and often doesn't come to publicly for many months after the operation start if they do a toll and that's because the nature of this kind of warfare is to be as far as it possibly can they don't want and they the headlines domestically. monday marked one year since the tragic death of our teacher analyst khalid al khattab that another story after the break.
what politicians do something. to put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure. more some want to. have to like to be close with what before extremism or can't be good. i'm interested falls in the waters of my house. to syria now and the decision to allow militants and rebels to settle in the
northwest and italy a province turning it into their last bastion in the country and see many locals leaving the area vajra russia sponsored humanitarian corridor. but. the minute and severe and good to us they demanded six million liras they too called two sons when we reached the checkpoint they threatened us and who had to turn back now we're going home where from up wild who. was.
the device helps to detect explosives and weapons we press the button and scan the object it has a special indicator this call is one hundred percent clean but we've seen calls with weaponry be full. up with the majority of people come with skin and breathing problems all children and the mothers have been checked over they were given recommendations and medicine to start treatment. to keep. international relations professor dr dillard believes the humanitarian corridor is
a good development for the future of syria without these kind of humanitarian aid difficulties too for that we want to go back to their homes and. villages especially after of the tourists organization of control of these areas if we are speaking about of the. future of syria without stability security and going by the tories and there is nothing just so because of that i still say that it's very very important and it's at the end of the day have been the syrian people to eat their own to war to make economy and to to have a step after the civilians of these. fascist war against the syrian people. monday marks one year since the death of. a journalist working with r.t. arabic he was killed by islamic state shelling in syria while it was just twenty
we were near the front line the syrian army was battling i saw our work was over and we were about to pack or equipment khaled stood near it i put a helmet on him i just wanted to take a photo as a memory of my work with the film crew then the explosion came. along i realised something had happened i didn't know what exactly out of habit i started to film everything after i began filming i saw a lot on the camera. i tried to room then realized i couldn't move my legs i couldn't see anything my eyes were covered in blood mixed with doest a call for khaled but nobody also. wanted
to go on that mission but how did that yeah i had a rule she was bright and very determined she was a good journalist you could see that by his reports he did a lot not only for jollies but by his motherland as well he helped people soldiers she would bring them food and prompt final. action all my friends know that i want to do something good for people family did a lot for me and now i'm trying to do everything for my loved ones that's my main goal. in his honor artie set up a special award to recognize the best reporting from war zones the ceremony began
with a minute's silence during the awards his mother gave a poignant speech. q. and if it had not met arabic to last another. middle you. got five. little said secular. sadek and i will adjourn with a moment. that us the. american and the world lemonade. and don't know how to end in a limb and in america nickel mafia had a duty. because i had been abused i had it going and they could emerge as it hasa if you let the lesser. get out there to show their. side pics of us and i had them in ages it was me there is it is it hard to know how can camilla matter. so much how can gamble a matter of humor to this much highly the hip. concern over global conflict
feelings of hopelessness and spending more time on social media could be symptoms of a new mental condition there are priests in the united states say that they are seeing increasing numbers of patients with what they're calling donald trump anxiety disorder apparently it affects both his supporters and his critics those that dislike him where in the world will end or supporters feel isolated from society and even their families democrats also fret about the origin of trump success the twenty sixteen election which they insist was rigged by russia details is killing more people. now the ideas that are commonly labeled as conspiracy theories at this point are most commonly associated with right wingers and top supporters in the public mind however it seems that liberals also have their share of tinfoil hat thinking polls show that fifty five percent of democrats believe that russia actually did tamper with the voting results only thirteen percent of republicans
buy into this idea which is pretty universally rejected even by the staunchest russian bashers stari know of no evidence that through cyber intrusions votes were altered or suppressed they did not change any votes tallies or anything of that sort so if russia did indeed carry out election fraud on behalf of donald trump why would james clapper and john brennan and the intelligence community say that they didn't do that are fifty five percent of democrats actually convinced that the cia is covering up for russia that's quite a conspiracy theory we decided to ask new yorkers about it do you think that russia changed the voting results in the last election no no not at all ok and fifty five percent of democrats apparently believe that why media that's why. propaganda fake news trump says it best they're delusional misinformed or they have their own agenda beyond that something else do you think that russia changed the voting
results in the last election s. can you tell us now well i'm sure through technology they were able to somehow finagle possibly i think so i've heard that a lawyer so. yeah maybe but i don't know that they found. one story that he keep bringing up and attack president trump and i think they're going to try to milk as much as they can but. i personally don't see any evidence of fresh millionaire elections i lived through pretty. so there you have it yet. our media is a pearl and wall in the united states and people don't know the truth about what's really happening russia is not the enemy that they make it out to be some people think that the moon landing was fake others think that nine eleven was an inside job and it seems that the majority of rank and file democrats believe that somehow russia got into voting machines and changed votes for hillary clinton to vote for
donald trump the truth is out there but perhaps people should look for it someplace else it will mop and artsy new york the frenzy over trump with cheap and so his hollywood style vandalized last week spoke to roy response from pranks this. i thought he looked all of us thought that you know it was the. only. reason there is sidewalk somewhere russian trump star can be moved yeah destroying trump hollywood star was great but have you tried voting in the midterm elections.
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