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the salazar t. had lines the united states could potentially be smuggling tons of weapons and ammunitions and militants in syria according to leak documents obtained by journalists from global politics to good humid leaders from asia on the 2nd day of the easton economic forum in blood of all still the u.n. report highlights the potential role of the us britain and france in human rights violations committed in yemen the stick to to be supplying with was that includes united states it includes kingdom france the this free
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all of their world news live from russia or this is r.t. international would meet all in right well for the program a trove documents obtained by a journalist has seemingly expose the united states as a major supply of illegal weapons with the young corroborated papers suggesting billions of serbian weapons bore by america of ended up in the hands of terrorists and rebels across the middle east if the leaks are confirmed as gen-u. ine the us a purchase weapons from to serbian state own arms companies apparently for the police in afghanistan but those arms with then seen in an islamic state propaganda video showing fight is in yemen you can watch off full report on that a on our you tube channel and it seems you haven't isn't the only destination the 2nd part of the report alleges washington is smuggling arms and ammunition from europe to syria as the accusations mount a r t z goes don of takes a closer look at the evidence from the start of the war in syria anti-government
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factions have been enjoying well a gun before all inclusive some pieces fell into their hands as spoils of war where the others came from nobody knew it seemed until now because apart from me de blowing hatred towards assad all these rebels eisel and self-governing jihadists they could have another thing in common a big wealthy arms dealer lurking in the shadows. able gary an investigative journalist has claimed to have exposed an elaborate network of private american companies which have been buying weapons from serbian manufacturers and shipping them to the middle east the journalist managed to get through a labyrinth full of fake trails and dead ends designed specifically to cover the tracks to the network's command center the pentagon.
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in one instance an american company 04 industries used a british broker as its middleman to buy mortar shells from serbian manufacture acoustic and this e-mail says a learner is a direct proof of that and it was business as usual up until the moment one crew sic was about to get paid because none of the companies that dealt with wanted to wire the money instead they wanted to finish the transaction and through a nother 3rd party british company and this raised all sorts of red flags. bearing in mind that the payment will be affected by the company that is not the buyer according to our law and foreign exchange operations we will need the consent of the serbian government i.e. the ministry of finance in order to be able to apply at the ministry of finance we necessarily need a tripartite agreement verified and signed by the buyer sierra 4 industries the seller holding corp crew sick and the legal entity that will affect the payment
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charles kendall and partners limited. it was so suspicious the serbs even questioned if the final destination for the armaments would indeed be the pre-agreed location which was no not the middle east but harmless innocent romania. the draft in jesus is to pick it states the following place of delivery. to china and a base rumania according to the above it should be clearly mentioned that the goods will be used in romania including the purposes of use and those goods will be shipped to romania they weren't used in romania it seems once the money was finally wired of washington's memory was void clean instead the ammunition was flown to qatar and ended up in syria according to the journalist that they have gone so far there are private american companies or your company is. very far off
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to you from bikini if they feel so you know are they still think. these are military like you like. using different places after the website like this that people are like you problem finding information because they are 00 using the things like numbers they like the scheme is using different and much like their berthing their weapons buy up their proud. nation with syria or react to americans these 2 they even visited crusade to troubleshoot any potential insurgents on behalf of the seller i also can't buy for that you are and that government that this is some of the united states the
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european that are in what they got on the shelf and are proud that their this is the serbia back in the order they were led by and. and later on. organize their ship much less than a year on this same 2 men were awarded. arming rebels in syria. the little affair with the serbs was far from a one night stand type of deal for the u.s. they shipped tens of thousands of munitions into syria drowning the country in arms for years we've worked to stop the civil war in syria and leave human suffering we wanted to reach out to syria for industries remember the american company that initiated the deal with the serbs and imagine our surprise when we found out that the company barely even exists it has no listed phone number no email and
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just 5 yes 12345 employees. not exactly a shock. from the company that igor just mentioned we tried to reach out to the pentagon on the inclusive company for comment we'll bring you those when they come in meantime former british army officer to bridge says there's no reason to doubt the authenticity of those leaked documents impressive piece of journalism by any standards i think to produce what she at the track that she's produced and apparently convincing evidence if these documents are genuine and so far at least there's been no indication whatsoever despite the opportunity to give in to people so far to show them as not genuine if they are genuine these documents are indeed as dillion herself suggests they are indeed explosive in their revelations really what it shows is that long after we all know of course or many of us know about
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this operation timber sycamore that was launched by the us was run by many years by them a covert arming and training project for syria's rebels supposedly moderate rebels . but of course invariably many of these weapons ended up in the hands of what even the us deems terrorists in syria that was all supposedly ended in 2017 when it was finally disclosed that it's actually publicly acknowledged that it existed and so now we've got evidence quite clear evidence if the documentation is true and again there's nothing to indicate that it's not that actually this program in another form has continued. united nations has once again raised concerns over the humanitarian crisis in yemen where the conflicts been raging for 5 years in a video released by the organization and calls out the international community for the lack of action and the brand yemen a collective failure because they were the following video we're about to show you does contain distressing scenes now according to the u.n.
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the conflict has left tens of thousands dead and many many more injured of the 700 children have died from landmines alone since 201324 1000000 yemenis are in need of assistance to survive. the country struggles with famine and outbreaks of cholera a crew from our sister channel r.t. arabic visited an orphanage in the capital sanaa. i was playing and while i was schipperke racing ahead the bomb exploded and so shrapnel flying down to actually some towards me and then stumbling around home only to find out that my family had been killed my mother and father my brothers and sisters they were all. at the time because of the war the number of all fronts has risen so much that the
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orphanages can't house them it's bleak for this children many of whom have to leave russia from the streets. but there are countries through the u.n. season specifically responsible for the crisis in yemen and a new report accuses the u.s. britain and france of selling arms to be involved in the conflict and urges them to stop. there are certain states who are well known to be supplying weapons that includes united states it includes the united kingdom and it includes france to name but 3 the group of experts has recommended that 3rd states prohibit the authorization about arms transfers and refrain from providing arms to parties to the conflict this is because of the prevailing risk that such arms will be used by parties to commit or facilitate serious violations of international humanitarian and human rights law united states is the main supply of saudi arabia followed by
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britain and france between 20152018 washington sold weapons worth around $10000000000.00 to the saudis the you came from stroud far behind with $2100000000.00 and $500000000.00 respectively one of the authors of the latest un reporting from a little earlier charles garraway he told me that the continuing flow of arms into yemen is perpetuating the war this is a collective failure of the international community as a whole and it is the responsibility of the international community as a whole and inevitably those people who supply all those have a greater influence on the parties and therefore have a perhaps a greater responsibility to take action to try to prevent violations there is no doubt that it is the continuation of the supply of alms to yemen that is prolonging the conflict the un report also called into question the findings of saudi arabia's joint instance incessant team that body set up by riyadh claims to investigate violations by the coalition in yemen with what it describes as transparency and
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impartiality but charles got away again told me that the group's analysis is superficial. the trouble is the coalition has not been cooperating with us and therefore we have very little information apart from what is in the public to many of the press releases of the joint incident an assessment team could use comparatively bland and so far as we can see they do sufficient legal analysis what is needed is an independent and impartial system so this is what we have tried to do but the difficulty with examining conduct the 1st instance is it's easy to look upwards from the result but the result will tell you very little would even tell you what the intended target was and what we need and what the world needs is access to the targeting persons so that we can find out what is good because something clearly is. with next year's u.s.
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presidential election looming the democrats seem to be a bit thin on the ground for the upcoming debates i mean 3 candidates from the party have been put forward for a 3rd round later this month to antiwar candidates who criticized the country's huge military budget marianne williamson until she got about were pushed off the debates by their own party. but explains among the 2020 candidates vying for the democratic nomination is self-help guru marianne williamson she's one of the most googled candidates and known for her oddly spiritual approach i'm going to harness a false god this dark psychic force she's certainly trying to grab the attention of certain voters but it may surprise you that she actually has a strong appeal among a broad selection of rank and file liberals we don't have a health care system in the united states we have a sickness care system in the united states this is part of the dark underbelly. now she has criticized u.s. foreign policy and particularly the pentagon with nearly $740000000000.00 military
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budget but only $40000000000.00 proposed for. the state department budget our outsize commitment to brute force and never would have been commitment to so forces up this well no limelight for her she has been pushed off the stage of the upcoming debates along with antiwar candidate tulsa gabbert all thanks to the new rules of the d.n.c. there is a well strategized effort to smear me there is no doubt about that there are some very powerful forces that want to make sure i'm not in the 3rd debate so i must be doing something right if they work so hard to create that in this crowded campaign the antiwar democratic candidates seem to stand out however it's those centrist pro-war hawkish democrats that get all the spotlight take a recent poll from amman and a plus pollster in the united states now the results from this polling agency actually showed bernie sanders in the lead ahead of joe biden but inconvenient poll
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results like that just end up getting shunned he's clear that the moment university poll published on mondays and i understood when we released top poll the picture it paints a diversion from us and the media has a role in helping the d.n.c. to they target those who don't fit in with the establishment narrative they pull out the label guy marianne williamson well she's a faith healer who doesn't believe in vaccines tulsi gabbert she's a pal of bashar al assad bernie sanders well he's just a silly old man who can't really be taken seriously he took on the bag but the bag clobbered him isn't that not a good message i think that would be a not good method and i've never given that method when you see false pretenses though u.s. officials determined that a side did use these chemical weapons against his own people used to inform here that about iraq it seems like the on written rules for the democrats are becoming all the more obvious step outside of that pro-war box and you are labeled
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a crank no matter how much the public likes you the democratic party run by. the democratic national committee have a vested interest in keeping this nation the war they want to fund the pentagon war machine they want to fund the different come flix the united states is in a present and there ensures that contracts for munitions for uniforms are good for planes with brooms etc etc etc continued so you have a strong own vested interest in maintaining the current military conflicts the united states is currently in so they would like to get rid of the different candidates who are or do not pose much of a threat you know most showing the poles would not have much political support behind them they don't want to give them national visibility at this point we
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turning our eyes to the east after the break where key leaders from asia join the russian president just over an hour ago to talk about everything from trade to taking the heat out of a looming arms race it's our next story on r.t. international. you know so many people referenced the. let them eat cake and then you know historians have gone back and they said you know it's actually not cake it's. real so i brought in actually. we brought in actually this is a brioche slice there. so this is what she suggested that the peasants should be eating because they run out of. this is a. nicer version of there's
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a few in the cupboard let's throw that to the peasants and maybe that'll show. what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race. spearing dramatic to follow only. i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical. to sit down and talk. headline news now to russia's far east where 5 key leaders took to the stage of the blood of all stock on day 2 of the east and economic forum that russian president vladimir putin was joined for discussions by the indian japanese malaysian leaders on how to move forward on trade technology and the environment and avoiding global military escalations as well our correspondent bettina cultured it was listening
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across to all this they wrapped up just over an hour ago it's been quite a while on stage take us through some of the key takeaways well the 2nd day of the eastern economic forum has kicked off where a lot of top gas presence and of course. different issues were discussed at the forums plenary session just as you mention it was basically something like a mixture of serious issues is discussed with a touch of humor you know of course the parties 1st of all discuss the i.n.f. treaty and the possibility of another arms race since especially since the u.s. withdrew thrown from the i.n.f. treaty quite abruptly now at the forum the russian president vladimir putin and nouns that russia will start to produce the type of missiles that earlier were banned under the treaty however he added that these missiles will not be deployed before the u.s. now the president also said that earlier he discussed the risk of another arms race
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and other global security issues with the u.s. president donald trump in a rather unusual way. i still don't know do you want us to sell you those weapons. might be so but then why would you spend the money if we've already spent it wouldn't. but it would help create problems. well every single world leader president of the forum actually seemed to be in a very good mood you know a lot of different jokes were made during the plenary session let me just give you some example of what was actually happening there now the indian prime minister in there and spoke even spoke of the russian well known author left tolstoy now saying that both gandhi and tolstoy left quite a heritage and that is he then suggested to leave even better impacts from future relationships between russia and india now the japanese prime minister followed in
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the footsteps of his indian counterpart he also quoted another famous russian. quote one of his points and then he called on better. relationships where russia now speaking about the japanese prime minister he spoke about the upcoming world rugby championship and the 1st match actually is going to be between russia and japan and he even gave his own forecast on what's going to happen at. the rugby championship kicks off on the 20th of september and the 1st match is between russia and japan sort of a dreamer but i believe japan will win but i wish success to the russian team i wouldn't mind if russia beat all the teams except for most all apart from making jokes really the japanese prime minister shinzo also called to normalize the situation with the treaty and he said that the only way he sees this to be
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possible is via negotiations now he added that he believes that iran is ready to start these negotiations as he spoke about his recent visit to iran where he was told that iran is not going to use or produce nuclear weapons so. we have long told the u.s. we have our concern in iran and the nuclear deal i wish it would be resolved through negotiations i talked to the supreme leader and he said that iran isn't going to produce or use nuclear weapons he said it very clearly. well the forum the eastern economic forum took place in russia so the russian president was actually asked a lot of questions about the internal politics of the country especially the way for recent protests that we saw in summer both authorized an unauthorized and this
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is what the president had to say. when people express their points of view during acts of protest they have the right to do so as i've already said this can bring positive results because it shakes the powers that be out and makes them more efficient. so this is basically the gist of what happened at the 2nd hearing the 2nd day of the forum as you can see a lot of different things a lot of different issues were type step one arranged really starting from jokes and then with some serious stuff so this is it a lot of positives a bit of friendly rivalry as well all right phenomenon a question of thanks very much for that. on the sidelines of the economic forum in vladivostok the malaysian prime minister has again expressed his doubts over the ongoing investigation into the downing of flight m.h. 17 over eastern ukraine in 2014 all 298 people aboard died in that tragedy the passenger plane was heading from the netherlands to malaysia when it was shot down
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. the 1st free. internet is truly international. aid is heavily wheat that on the side of the people who. who suffered because of this. so their views may not be. fair and neutral we need to have a neutral investigate we shouldn't get experts from many countries who. it's for them to decide. what really happened by and when you have the countries that suffered because of the. home. bound to be a little bit bias a joint investigation team blamed russian backed rebels in eastern ukraine the report claims the rebels used
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a russian made book missile system moscow though it was repeatedly pointed out that this particular system had a unique number which indicates that it was under the control of ukrainian forces but. i'm a lazy in p.m.'s expressed anger before his country being excluded from the probe he's now raised even more doubts about the investigation. and. the truth about. the claim it's difficult for us to accept but the lead i didn't know the people who actually. and some what they find me did not sound to me and many people as being quite right i follow us on facebook and twitter for more world news and reaction i'll be back with more from the moscow new statement 35 minutes after watching the hawks.
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there's things. we hear. this is a sticker from a water bottle found in the stomach of a fish the brand is part of the coca-cola company which sells millions of bottles of soda every day the idea was that let's tell consumers there are the bad ones there the litter bugs are throwing this away industry should be blamed for all this waste the company has long promised to reuse the plastic. nickel
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capsules excuse. their plastic. that essentially projects funded. on the new vest that is the end of a phony fun now the mountains of waste only grow higher. ratings and sell you. with the paranoid pirate noir coals of election meddling by way of fake news ludicrous social media beams and armies of quick bot still being
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bad. here in washington d.c. and throughout the corporate mainstream media it should come as no surprise that now the u.s. military is being brought into the mix on august 23rd the defense advanced research projects agency or darpa announced to the world that it will be starting the semantic forensics program or some of for to quote darpa they will develop technologies to automatically detect attribute and characterize falsified multi-modal media assets to defend against large scale automated this information tax. basically they're going to spake news and military jargon yes darpa the defense agency that brought us those wonderful nightmare and boosting running and jumping robots swarming drone videos and who can forget the laser guided bullets as that darpa is now getting into the business of combating fake news naturally those most afraid of fake news the ones who have worked hand in hand
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with u.s. intelligence agencies do spread the paranoia over it the us corporate news media they are the most excited about this move by darpa bloomberg writes that if successful the system after 4 years of trials may expand to detect malicious intent and prevent viral fake news from polarizing society. conveniently forgetting that there is never actually been any evidence that viral big news stories have polarized society or legitimately influence the election and change people's votes that actually doesn't exist so today let's kick start the algorithms and find out just how darpa is going to fight this apparent scourge of fake news as we start watching the honks. it's really. easy. to see. what it's
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like you know that i got. was that we. would. be. welcome watching the hawks i am a robot and i'm topical asked yes and the female braai the creepiest robot of the jumpy ones yeah the robots that bring nightmares to america and now it's going to decide what's real and fake yes they are that seems like no prob. that is the beginning of every science section. like darpa's also. tweet about meeting underground tunnels apparently for some undisclosed project but they. are going to go in the war pentagon.


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