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fixin to tail don't run the in terry walling does nothing short of banging someone's head into a war in the water treatment that's waterboarding condemned by all manner of nations because it was practiced by the japanese general war two war crime and so to see this kind of thing revealed in gory detail the only solace i get from this is the fact that our system of law sometimes works and that is that the national security archive that did a freedom of information request for this got these details. thousands have gathered in yemen to mourn and bury dozens of children killed in a saudi led coalition air strike that hit a school bus incident kasha and was condemned around the world. earlier local children and their mothers gathered outside the u.n. offices in the capital city demanding an end to the conflict carried banners and
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chanted slogans against the saudi campaign which is targeted to see held areas of yemen un has called for an independent investigation into the incident the same morning you may find some of the following images upsetting. in an official statement riyadh defended the coalition's actions saying the strike was executed in compliance with international law saudi arabia launched its bombing
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campaign against who the rebels in yemen whom it considers terrorist back in two thousand and fifteen this most recent attack has troubled many across the globe including the u.s. defense secretary james mattis i have dispatched a three star general in to riyadh to look into what happened and if there's anything we can do to preclude this in the future the united states is by far the largest supplier of weapons to the saudis it also provides targeting assistance for riyadh's air strikes and military operations and last year saudi arabia paid seven hundred fifty million dollars to american specialist for training it said was meant to reduce civilian casualties independent political analyst day down glazebrook believes the war in yemen is comparable to vietnam. the war in yemen really is the is the vietnam of this generation reality will force a change but unfortunately morality won't a bus full of under terms being butchered will not change the stand of the us
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the resistance on the ground will ultimately change the standard of the us i mean brutal and disgusting as this latest massacre is the reality is that at least one hundred thirty children. have been being killed by this war every single day that's according to save the children not necessarily through direct airstrikes but through. famine conditions as a result of the deliberate targeting of this is well documented by the aggressive by the aggressor forces the deliberate targeting of agricultural infrastructure of the transport infrastructure necessary for moving supplies around the country. and of course the book the blockade that arbitrarily stops supplies going into the country. or any time worse than that that's been ongoing for for over a year this this shocking figure of one hundred thirty children per day dying as a result of the aggression still to come
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a suicide bombing has hit afghanistan's capital just as the afghan army is in a tough fight with militants to the south west or on that and other stories right after this break.
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here now this new attempt at a. unit of the camel global currency. that will be controlled by any such government has the chance to do what's called. the. keys of the central bankers and they will the economy. welcome back donald trump has announced a former aide on twitter after she revealed the tape which she claims is a recording of her being fired the medical newman also accuse the president of having no clue about what was going on in the white house says she was just about employee she begged me for a job tears in her eyes i said ok people in the white house hated her she was
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vicious but not smart i would really seared but hurt really bad things nasty to people and would constantly miss meetings and work when general kelly came on board he told me she was a loser nothing but problems i told him to try working it out of possible because she only said great things about me until she got fired. our washington correspondents americano explains what sparked the tit for tat showdown between president trump and his former aide. well trump's former aide omarosa newman who gained fame on trump's reality show the apprentice has now landed up in controversy with her ex boss ever rose oh rossa man i got a new image all rosa secret recording reality star turned white house aide is she a whistleblower or is she a fame junkie newman was fired towards the end of twenty seventeen and then she began writing a memoir about her time working in the trump white house which is set to release this tuesday now in her book she called her former boss a racist a bigot and
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a massage missed and then she had a lot of things to say about the administration as well check it out this is a white house where everybody lies the president lies to the american people sarah huckabee stands in front of the country and lies every single day you have to have your own back because otherwise you'll look back and go see seventeen how knives in your bag according to trump however she begged him for the job but newman is telling quite a different story as she does the rounds on mainstream media sharing private white house recordings with the entire country in one of them trump a surprise that she's been fired but she claims he's not the one pulling the strings the second audiotape is a recording of her getting fired in the situation room let's take a quick look but as you could push this the president is within aware of the don't let's not go down the road this isn't going to go she will discussion but many are now trying to figure out how she recorded her firing of what's supposed to be the most secure room and all of the white house.
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and this believe it or not even has a former staffer scratching their heads i've never heard of a more serious breach of protocol not only is it not typical something like this is
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unprecedented no proper employee of the white house brings funds into to seach ration room it's totally privet it as someone who spent a fair amount of time in the situation room i can't even begin to wrap my head around how insane this is if omarosa carried for example a cell phone into the situation room the not only did she record conversations there but so potentially has any country or criminal organization that thought to hack a phone it's no wonder the media always cites leaks and anonymous sources at least now we can check off one. a suicide bomber has detonated explosives at the office of the electoral commission in the afghan capital people have gathered there to protest the disqualification of multiple candidates running in parliamentary elections local journalists face it reports from kabul. some of the supporters of those candidates who were disqualified from to run for the parliamentarian elections they were they were gathering in
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a nearby the independent election commission headquarters a suicide bomber according to police tried to approach the gathering but detonated his explosive ahead of approaching the gathering and he killed himself and one other from from this who were nearby also killed two others wounded but this you know the protests against the r.u.c. or elect independent electoral commission all the presidential palace actually has been taking place since a week almost yesterday we had another protest and a gathering that some m.p.'s who are accused of being and. having a responsible man process is. the same way and they were accusing the government of. the process and they were angry and actually this process
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has been continuing today we have another one in a different place so we are expecting that it will it will actually take. take place more of these kind of events because it's the first african election history . meanwhile the city of cause me which is about one hundred fifty one letter southwest of the capital is facing some of the fiercest clashes between taliban and afghan forces official reports say hundreds have been killed on both sides so again as more details on the newest taliban threat facing the afghan government minister of interior said. confirmed the death of seventy security forces in battlefield two with the. in gaza that has been taking place since four days but also i have. heard from some local sources in gaza need
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that taleban actually order now with rolling from those locations that have been committing. attacks against. various government is solutions since for days this situation is actually really harsh and the hospital is full of dead bodies and wounded and i have seen fresh footage from gaza that is telling lots of stories inside the city people are really scared that the highways have been blocked since for days that communication has been down and people cannot communicate with their relatives or we even could not talk to the more local officials or residents in gaza need it has been a very harsh time for gaza it has been like a waltz to city but the government is now saying that they are trying to expel the taliban and they are trying to secure the city but we will see what will happen next recent studies say that taliban forces control or have influence in more than
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forty percent of afghan territory middle east expert on the risk says america's campaign there has not only failed but it's actually boosted extremism. so-called war on terror which was launched after the september eleventh attacks has chosen this war has turned out to be an utter failure taliban now always in a stronger position than it ever was ever since it was ousted from power i don't think the u.s. can do anything if it continues with its own focus just on military attacks you know militarily speaking it hasn't succeeded so i don't think there is much that the u.s. can do in that regard that i think it's proof that the u.s. has been pursuing a wrong strategy in defeating terrorism on the contrary i think that the u.s. involvement up until now when the focus on military force in the region has led to the growth of terrorism and sort of leading to the title meant all to the curbing
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of terrorism i think that is clear from what we see in afghanistan that's a global news update for this hour but don't forget you can head to our website r.t. dot com for the latest on all those stories and more as always thanks for tuning in . my. wife thank you.
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thank. all of those things to do something to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president bush or. more somehow want to preserve. it to be like to be for us was like before three in the morning can people that. i'm interested in the waters in my power. question. the way to the united states is dangerous for most of the illegal immigrants. costing the most of us but there was a simple i want you we got most of them through and i want to ask you some just about what if many of them look for refuge in the so-called sentry sites the refuse
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to share information about undocumented migrants with federal authorities the best person to ask than call mom. was you know you don't have it best when i get home in a lot of question that what a bad bad apple they have or what are they all choose to stay in the country with donald trump in the white house all over for the gravel the both of you what is the who could be about to do the job of the old a fifty it's going to have many couples won't. kill which at the push to put impulse response both of you up of up to the hope of the. when a loved one is murder it's natural to seek the death penalty for the murder i would prefer it be to win the death penalty just because i think that's the fair thing the right thing research shows that for every nine executions one convict just found innocent the idea that we were executing innocent people is terrifying the is
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just no way to present and that we hear even many of the times families want the death penalty to be abolished the reason we have to keep the death penalty here is because that's what murder victims' families what that's going to give them peace that's going to give them justice and we come in and say. not quite enough we've been through this this isn't the way.
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ergo it was founded on a rape in a murder. nothing changed so we said all response to the situation still killing. is sad every other day she is just sad people kill each other black people kill each other so it was just no way sad people are going to just sit back and allow children to shut down law enforcement this country doesn't work for us it doesn't function for us this is can't me happening in america.
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whole. michael brown say his name. there by one bed a plea. just shouldn't be. there mark people are frightened.
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for three years you should pay as man. we miss you we love you you set off a revolution. what his whole country what his whole world. the thing about my brow was before that it had been several decades since america at uprising like that you know and we got a missed opportunity i feel like with the ferguson situation. and the people of all. races good to put. good you provide all right
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gloria but. the state isn't for us this country doesn't work for us it doesn't function for us. you can't talk what a machine as a machine so you can have a real conversation about real life and feelings in what people are going through what a machine what a robot. you can only. surely a robot has got to be taken down and abolished is when they made a constitution and all this it really was in may for me. why people don't want to live oh next to black people and so it created so suburbs
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and small little time is the flight for you since lower speeds small the details existing can sell a lot of flats in this a lot of homes sold and stack poor people just back to back on top of each other. i live in the home which is lying in the light when the poor of his poor is in the state police don't call too often people get shot every other day kids get shot people killing seldom black people kill each other always had a gun has something almost always drug related to samos or. black people have always been a target. in the in the past is it was a cool do you know he was serious he loved black people. who love this
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people enough to sacrifice his son who starts a war going to ask people started to start his all organization attacks and try to fight so he stole the seals in the world. and the police when allowed. for. the procedure called. she was something you may have is nice. to see you miss you the piece she was that made me want to see if you'd stuck on the phone is just so shitty comfort money tree poverty creates crime yes anywhere you get rid of poverty you get rid of crime you sample is that simple people are poor here this is one of the lowest minimum wages in the country cost them police harassment. the drug
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epidemic like it's a lot of different factors that you're dealing with heard that. white supremacy benefits from that the capitalistic government benefits from and we sin here we starve so people look at us they think body just savages away animals what they have they don't want to do better is not that we don't have opportunity to do better. or worse. is a safe to go here and feel. bent on your belief in god the net and something that happened
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last year dufferin possibility. no guarantees in life as a. cyclist has probably more abandoned houses than any other city in america its size. people. with children they you know they move to the county they move to suburbs for better schools and for. safer streets and all that kind of stuff. there was a man. i was looking for you is a water how you doing that to keep you fit hold they have me i love my love that will keep you fit i. was going to bang. coming and going to get you to get well we got other stuff just good to get to all to the south to sandwiches yeah oh sorry that's our brother. yeah you go. this month past i was
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right he's a pretty good zoom and i do her spirit everything that he say and i try to live by worry says one of the one of the advice to me is always do. it all here sometimes you run the people that you just really glad to see when you get out here that's what i was going this one of the brothers i was really glad to see i'm. sorry joe. jones. believe that anything that happens in a person's life is not random. and that there is
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a divine design behind it. baptized a young man i was passing the church on webster grohl missouri and i baptize him it's watching bury him and seventeen. and i had to do his funeral and watch his mother his grandmother whom i'm very close to god started speaking to me about the violence then and very young eulogize as a young woman who was shot in the head in broad daylight in a park and front so they had these things just kept happening these young people just kept dying who were in my sphere of influence and believe that god was speaking to me about going into the streets then and i decided then that it just made sense for me to go out where the violence is and interact and engage the best way i could. and that's what we believe one person at
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a time one street at a time one neighborhood at a time. metal people strong feelings also after the death of my rail more people were shot more people more rocks. is becoming more more bad. news most. of yours. comes you see one. not in movies or movies money comes the name of my mom the more risk of heart risk. more breast implant. breast mum i think breast and. breast. i have the proper rest james hardie did our best and here in this car there is entangling rest and small rocks and rest in there grinding prestonpans notwithstanding. he made a. hand to the boy why didn't he was executed he was hanging around black kids and
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so in america if you hang around a tree sure like. the truman and black people. don't work. like that. you. don't. need to know. or you put up here you start putting words. in. her that. morning what exactly. is not. the car. ok. we were.
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doing ok. we have no idea what safe is doing on a vacation but she will be back on in here.

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