us. across the country. the media exposed to enforcement abuses. top stories from. syria is demanding action from the united nations security council and damascus accuses the u.s. led coalition of killing sixteen civilians on injuring dozens in a bombing raid over the border with iraq now a video agency roughly. filmed the aftermath of what appears to have been
a combination of air strikes and shelling are to use and what i guess the of takes a closer look at. syria again is accusing the united states of war crimes brute twenty nineteen the u.s. led coalition committed a new crime against innocent syrian civilians is we're playing targeted a civilian camp in the village of who's in the countryside of the governorates of. sixteen civilians including seven children were killed and seventy civilians most of them women and children were injured syria again calls on the un security council to stand up against these crimes and the turks and to shoulder its responsibilities in the maintenance of international peace and security here is what happened in. syria is a small village which happens to be one of the last islamic state on claves in syria and it is in the firing line the u.s. led coalition its troops and allies on the ground pressing it from all sides and
the media's there to watching this isis village burn picking out a battle to clear out isis from its last piece of territory in syria our final push to defeat isis the villages their last remaining stronghold in northeastern syria and the s.t.l. forces that we are with said that they were just days away from victory days before they saw the end of the caliphate the problem and a serious one at that is that aside from the five six hundred isis fighters there are hundreds upon hundreds of civilians innocent whom the terror group was holding hostage using as human shields liquid you can lucian killed a lot of fun unless they killed a lot of fathomless a lot of children this time the u.s. led coalition hit a mosque and the coalition has a rule never to hit mosques they're protected except. when it stops being
a mosque because the pentagon says so this mosque lost its protected status when isis deliberately chose to use it as a command and control center lot of first time they hit the mosque which stopped being a mosque packed with people the incident near aleppo springs to mind yes the coalition takes all reports of civilian casualties seriously investigates for months or years writes an apology note when everyone's forgotten and moved on almost always the terrorists fault yes the u.s. is fighting terrorists in syria but it was never invited to it invited itself then to be able to say good job boys we beat isis it should be formally announced sometime probably next week that we will have one hundred percent of the caliphate . but i want to wait for the official word and i want to say too early we have
won against isis we've beaten them and we've beaten them badly now we've won time to give our brave warriors in syria a warm welcome home come back if we have to we have very fast airplanes we have very good cargo planes we can come back very quickly they just can't seem to make their minds up first a withdrawal from syria then they don't isis is beaten but then it isn't always another village to bomb another mosque the d.m. mosque always another civilian massacre to be concerned about and to investigate. earlier our guests discuss the challenges facing the syrian government both in the short and the long term. but i don't think that this acuity council will will take any step which sat the united states is not alone in this sort of illegal. presence in syria there is france there is britain as well and they are very much
slightly to support whatever the united states version of events would be but there are other challenges ahead there is the economic challenge there is the national unity challenge and we have places like italy that is still outside the state control eastern your freight he's still outside state control and you know it will take time to reunite the country and also with a lot of pressure coming from the united states and the western front in terms of economic sanctions that keep updated it will be very hard for syrians to go back to normal there or. normal. government. completely right now. the military.
now. among. many men in. the ground. now wrong or government of iraq and syria. they have been major protests across venezuela after the opposition called of supporters onto the streets over the standoff with us aid one who proclaimed himself the interim leader set a ten day deadline to get blocked aid to. if words into the country the president nicolas maduro meanwhile alleges that the u.s. intends to use these so-called aid convoys as a cover for assisting a coup director space journalist and norris are reports from the front as well a couple. thousand of the opposition supporters are gathered in check out one of
them mostly maddy points to protests from opposition not only to celebrate the use day but also to comply with the calling of one white oh to call upon the armed forces to stop supporting me to last my tour and join the venezuelan people say to keep inviting soldiers of the country to join us we'll keep inviting the humanitarian aid to enter. because it will answer in venezuela no matter what because usurper will have to leave when a swale no matter what. during his speech one way to call upon the armed forces to join the venezuelans to stand by their close to sion and to please allowed their humanitarian aid to come into the country also the government supporters and you cause my daughter had a march today on the other side of the so when i want to unite venezuela around one goal of peace i want peace for venezuela we all want peace for venezuela but the drums of war go away but the threats of military intervention go away let me on his
way list saying one chorus with a single voice we want peace we've heard very strong words as well from nicolas maduro denying that there are surprises in the country and saying that they humanitarian aid is just an excuse to intervene into the country's affairs and one why you know it's calling for the to war because it is a war against old people often use well not only against the president of the republic. or ference from other countries cannot happen over the heads of the venezuelan people we chose. not to. let the desert islands in crisis that's no secret. and we need the humanitarian aid so yes it would be a blessing from have been for this humanitarian aid to internal country because we need it now everyone but those who are in hospital for example there are suffering a lot so renaissance are still waiting how the political environment will develop in the coming days the u.s. and russia have both drafted a rival u.n.
security council resolutions on the venezuelan crisis washington a cold for international aid deliveries and presidential elections while moscow condemns all attempts at a foreign intervention the russian foreign minister said the us document could serve as a pretext for a military invasion so to be laughed off in the u.s. secretary of state might pompei all have discussed the situation in a phone call now well that think of solace a professor of latin american studies says others will continue to meddle in venezuela's offense. unfortunately i think that washington will continue on its current course of action this is become an ideological issue for them when you have amassed marco rubio you have mike home pay all you have mr john bolton and now elliott abrams directing foreign policy in washington a sensually taking over the function of the state department we're are essentially
on embarked on a course of regime change the u.s. has embarked on his course previously since i was elected in one nine hundred ninety eight the us assad regime change across three different governments bush obama and now trump and unfortunately i don't think that the. minister will listen to lever off comments and will continue to see an escalation of conflict in the context of venezuela versus the us. seeking to restrict access to public. security operations number of law enforcement abuses were exposed. remember the protests out in standing rock in response to the dakota access shale oil pipeline it seems like old news but two cases are actually pending in federal court still and at this point we've got many people who can remember how horrified they were when they saw the government's
publishing of information and records related to quote critical infrastructure that term might sound vague but pipelines are actually included and now they say that this new law is necessary because of cyber security but it's going to be a big relief to police and other law enforcement agencies that actually complained about the release of such information in a document that was made public via records request however they were far more critical and e-mails that were leaked one non credentialed media group involved in high profile actions would request publicly available records to a done a fine law enforcement agencies and persons involved i'm still doing some checking on the legality of everything and what i'm forced to release. is there a preemptive way to prevent the city of bismarck from disclosing any law enforcement product produced by bureau of indian affairs personnel leaked documents also show that a private security firm noticed tiger swan was heavily involved in the crackdown on
the protesters documents show them referring to the protesters as jihad us and insurgents since the movement generally followed the jihad this insurgency model while active we can expect the individuals who fought for and supported to follow a post insurgency model after its collapse but despite all the bad press and protests the dakota access oil pipeline is moving forward trump signed that on his fourth day in office to kota excess. again subject terms and conditions to be negotiated by us. and if the new north dakota law sealing records actually goes forward we may never know the full story of what happened when protesters got in the way of powerful oil companies up and r.t. new york. claims that the popular dating apps like tend and grind road
leading to the sexual abuse of children has come to think u.k. government to take action. i will be writing to these companies asking what measures they have in place to keep children safe from harm including very fine in their age the increased security in the scrutiny i should say follows an investigation by british newspaper the sunday times it found that children are easily able to dodge age restrictions and end up being matched with a belt resulting in sexual offenses being committed since twenty fifteen more than thirty cases of child rape following online matches have been reported to british police sixty other instances of sexual assault on minors are also under investigation they include grooming kidnapping and violent sexual assault victims were able to evade the matchmaking apps age checks which are currently set at eighteen and over attend says it's made significant efforts towards enforcing age restrictions grindr is committed to creating
a safe and secure environment to help our community connect and thrive and any account of sexual abuse or other illegal behavior is troubling to us as well as a clear violation of our terms of service we are consistently evaluating and refining our processes to prevent underage access and we'll always work with law enforcement where possible to protect our users as well we don't want minors on tender period and we discussed the issue with a social media lawyer yet a cohen and stephen morris of the english democrats northwest. the parents and the children his victims here they've been abandoned on for such a long time i think it is about time that the government intervene and create some laws and regulations and also so media companies who are much responsibly parents have full responsibility to make sure that their child climate issues all that they are properly monitored can be used to be can bypass it making it fake id these are
always ways around it if they're going to break the law of the name of the regulators they were in fact it is the states that we have got to blame here think the state have left the internet exposed the state has left it for social media companies to go and regulate themselves in police themselves what you're talking about is a complete police state where you can't do anything without the control of the state and the government school together in money to save many many lives of children by creating laws and national conventions be completely wrong because what you're doing you completely isolate the child from the reality that's what you've got to do is educate them learn that people are live very very computers they think that the rules of the years really apply to automatic payment these don't apply to her like the shops of responsibility therefore all online companies and internet
companies should have the same sort of responsibility to codes young people who has trouble all night last night home three don't have to look after their own responsibility they have responsible for their own actions and you can't keep saying well can put our still to come here on our international members of the alternative for germany party have been attacked after being invited to a bowl in film festival to see a movie about the holocaust and more on that after the break. tough and i mean on the entire system i found a way to go through a suit because the ballot itself mukti it i. was in this way got to doubt it so hard not to think i'm going to dissipate this moment then walk up to a coward and open this door open if. this is the only thing that we do is music because everybody fights his way.
to. the floor and you can feel the fifty's look out of this most recent woody allen called the ability to put the payment on the. what i think is this is the fund that is a constant. after a rather bumpy road the new green deal is upon is co-sponsored by democratic firebrand alexandria as the plan for a radical restructuring of the american economy and how people will live but the plan does not address is how much it costs how much we have to go into the red green.
i just turned twenty pasta and moscow a members of the alternative for germany party have been attacked after being invited to a bird in film festival to see a film about the holocaust for members of the party's youth wing were attacked with glass bottles and they were beaten as they arrived at the cinema we spoke to vadim ducks and one of the victims about what happened. with. the other person who looked all of the sudden. guys rushed although. i think. there were five to seven persons young men. in their hands just rushed into our group the. other punching us. the a.f.p.
says the masked attackers belong to the movement two people required medical attention at the scene and one of them was hospitalized a police right now have launched an investigation the attack comes a month after the party's chairman frank magnets was beaten up he was brutally attacked by three people in mosques and sustained severe head injuries and is suspected of being behind that attack here is again on why the finger is again being pointed at and t. . we believe. this was very planned the day jumped out of for the bushes they attacked us right away called us nazis this was something planned this was not something. spontaneous lee happening there that night so the people to get attacked on a regular basis. and you can definitely see some pattern there
happening in these attacks. a number of prominent french journalists have been suspended after a demotion they belong to a group that's been mocking and taunting women online for almost a decade is our correspondent jonathan pinsky. remember the me too movement how could you know it was after all one of the biggest stories to rock two thousand and eighteen well here in france it was better known as. essentially that means to call someone out as acting like a pig and really grab the media's attention all great except for fast forward a few months later and we find out what's really been going on. behind us and. yes all the time when the moral brigade were flying the bomb effort to
a number of senior journalists in france were politically engaged in coup wouldn't it it online harassment mainly of female writers and feminist activists the l.o.l. league much online boys' club consisted of around thirty members and was founded back in two thousand and nine it spread explicit abuse to victims on social media arm doctored photos to humiliate them just suffered from attacks on twitter when you tweet something you have thirty people who can call you completely thick. i lived in fear there is always this tension of when will it happen and in what form it's very humiliating and humiliation davos and she is now online and public and accessible to all. the more be fear that this can turn into real violence it was not violent line but in my head it actually transfers a call so how did this hugely embarrassing scandal come to light well it was
accidently discovered when one newspaper left. carried out a fact checking exercise exposing two of its own journalists as not being only members but one of them actually founded the cyber bullying group several journalists have been suspended who range of outlets and some. even offered apologies although not everyone has held on to the feeling of guilt for very long to those jumping for joy in their vengeful by saying phew well done to these idiots now we're going to clean up our own dirty laundry. for ten years these bullies have been operating like a pack getting high on power on the pain they could inflict in reality they've been experienced as what they really are the league of largely sunni uses and the lefty liberal media in france has been left with egg all over it space solar.
paris journalist elizabeth says she's shocked to learn it was fellow journalists who were behind the course. but there are certain times young journalists are good with twitter the good with social media. they have the sort of boys john mentality they think it's very funny and these are people who are now in positions to commission people and whom these poor women then would have to do an awful story to after having me horribly harassed by by this group so this was fresh unpleasant i would a fool to find less educated people doing it but didn't journalists so it would be the group of journalists a cross-section of the population just twenty twenty twenty five minutes past the hour here in the russian capital wrapping up the program for just this hour that we are back with.
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