maybe a different people. feel. a little. headlines and i say saudi arabia points the finger at iran over last week's drone a missile strike on its oil refineries citing the sophistication of the drones and the direction of the attack as evidence the turnaround is still playing both sides of the u.s. keep silent broadly cations venezuela's so claimed interim president 1.0 his links to a drug gang while accusing the countries previously defeated chavez who died 6 years ago over the saying and a new report reveals that children in nigeria were being held in die conditions back trial over their alleged association with terrorists we spoke to one of the authors of the report. he described severely overcrowded sounds 250 or
300 detainees packed into a double it's 10 meters by 10 meters. there good morning you're watching r.t. international it's just gone i to clock in moscow now the u.n. has sent a team of experts to saudi arabia to investigate last week's strike in a missile attack on the kingdom's oil refineries the u.s. says it's confident iran is to blame advised to impose new sanctions on tehran. at the basis of washington's claims. it has been decided that iran did it and that started opinion will find it will the result of an investigation it's a decision guilty this was an iranian attack we were blessed that there were no americans killed in this attack but any time you have an act of war of this nature there's always a risk. trub is doing what trump does best signing pieces of paper bringing
to bear a slew of new sanctions against iran to come into effect within 48 hours and it isn't done because see what happens we'll see what happens i think we have a lot of good capital if we have to do something we'll do it without hesitation the americans who weren't attacked of already decided what happened and who is guilty the saudis who were attacked and have all the day bree and bits and pieces of the missiles are still working on technicalities like evidence and proof let that sink in. the attack did not originate from yemen the attack was launched from the move and was unquestioned be sponsored by iran it's not in the range of yemen's capabilities if it was them who conducted the attack this is one of the missiles we have recovered and we have information that leads us to the source these kind of
components were made in iran so what they found is the weapons were allegedly made with iranian components they were fired from the north the direction of iran and its neighbors so cutting to the chase it was iran that's what she was going to say right. the rain regime and the i.r.g.c. are trying to hide any evidence of the components and the technology i'm sure we will support the side we're working on whoever is responsible about to take accountability not once during the presentation that the saudis specifically say that iran did it and there's no love lost if the could they would say it but technicalities but saudi arabia won't do brave journalists will too happy to a very high probability that they were lost from iran tonight u.s.
intelligence indicates the unprecedented attack on saudi oil fields originated from around our top intelligence officials think iran did it and so does our top an intelligence official donald trump because 1 may ask what on earth saudi defenses were doing at the time they've got the 3rd biggest military budget on earth one of america's best clients the country's livid with patriot and other anti missile systems $80000000000.00 a year should protect you from a score of drones and missiles no. the news conference from the saudi arabian defense ministries press secretary is a catastrophe for saudi arabia they've shown they cannot prove or know exactly where the cruise missiles and drones were made from exactly with that attack was launched or why a defense systems could not prevent that attack the only thing that might be iranian related is that maybe some of the equipment some of the technology that the
who these have might have been incorporated into the attack but why why or why is anyone complaining especially the saudis since the u.s. has been providing the bombs and the aircraft to the saudis to bomb yemen for 4 years so the who with these are just responding back then again to those saying it's iran because there are alleged iranian components in the day bri does that mean that the u.s. is responsible for horrific massacres in yemen i mean sure saudi arabia dropped the bombs but those say made in the united states more likely than not a arabia has been clearing the shelves of american arms manufacturers recently by this logic there's no need to investigate or collect evidence it's american bombs it has got to be america.
an entire country reduced to misery and pain untold thousands dead more to die but you know what it's the oil refinery in saudi arabia the book wires vengeance. now there's been a new twist in the standoff between venezuela and the u.s. with caracas now calling on washington to reopen to. mattick ties it comes after president nicolas maduro entered into talks with opposition parties relations between venezuela and the us went downhill in january when donald trump officially recognized opposition leader. as the interim president of the country has recently been linked to venezuelan drug gangs something washington seems unconcerned by as
artie's expects. so we've got a tale of 2 venezuelan presidents we've got interim self-proclaimed president one grade 0 and we've got not nicolas maduro but his predecessor the late leader hugo chavez now both of them are being accused of ties to drug cartels here's a picture of one wedo with the leaders of a drug gang known as los restorer this duo is infamous in the criminal underworld and the photo is dated february 22nd when great it was in colombia trying to sneak across the venezuelan border since it surfaced one kwaito is shrugged it off as no big deal to him in the modem but in the middle regime protects the drug gangs so they're trying to divert attention the real question is how they go to hold to that picture thousands of people get the food to stay can with me and the images get pasta rotten what's not so who was it that sense of what's
a picture to the leader of the socialist party. now the u.s. state department also says that it is no big deal wedo still receives full u.s. backing but when it comes to hugo chavez the story is a big deal never mind that it's more than a decade old in that hugo chavez is long dead they say that he tried to flood the united states with cocaine and in spain they wanted the head of military intelligence in venezuela extradited but the judge in the case isn't buying it. i couldn't have hoped for anything different i'm innocent they have always made false accusations against me the truth is i'm very happy with what has happens in this if you don't with the colombian opposition leaders say if a colombian politician wants be seen in a photo with those criminals he will be prosecuted he's the union his military and bloody media and political circles are trying to make the scandal smaller which he's actually huge in venezuela colombia a loss in america. 2 presidents 2 stories and 2 different approaches because. why
focus on the connections of your ally in the present when you can focus on the alleged connections of your enemy 10 years ago. r.t. new york lost the house the next president of ecuador rafael talk to president majeure about the difficult period venezuela is going through. letter to. the strategy building a parallel government of the support of the u.s. and its latin american allies from the lima group has failed it had no chance of success. in a player can hear that they would hope i could not believe it even in europe enlarging europe people recognized as president someone who simply declared himself to be so on the streets without winning a presidential election he got. the real power is in the hands of the european only garc extractions who are the closest allies of the us government they are like blood brothers donald trump has imposed his extremist policies towards venezuela on
europe that have me you know in a sure that there is a distorted image of venezuela in the international media and there is the real venezuela which you can see with your eyes it is a nation that's whatever happens protects itself that it is a nation that whatever happens will protect itself like a family but not a state of the economy has an influence on the political situation because ordinary citizens don't know about that and believe what they hear in the media a media that does not inform us of what manipulates venezuela is and are more than just sanctions it is foreign aggression even it were just sanctions what would be the justification in. a year and rafael i'll go even further if we look at modern history we see what happened to saddam hussein in iraq after the gulf war in 19921901 the un security council imposed economic trade and financial sanctions on iraq and on sudan but later the security council allowed him to get medicine and
commodities and food exchange for oil tankers that venezuela is not under the un sanctions these are unilateral illegal sanctions by the us but we are not being given any opportunity to rock have a. while later on in the program we look at how cuba which supports and euros government is now calling blockade against the country. a genocide story still to come. now an anti-terrorist crackdown in nigeria has led to thousands of children being detained 1000 according to a new report from human rights watch we spoke to them about their findings since 2013 nigeria has detained about 3600 children and in june human rights watch went to the northeast of nigeria where boko haram its most active and we interviewed more than 30 children who had been detained the vast
majority of these children were never charged with a crime in fact they were never taken to court they never had the opportunity to see a judge the children were denied contact with their families and held in or a book shins they described so little space that they couldn't turn over at night they were you know high all one next to the other they described it like the razor blades a pack many of them something began losing hope that they would ever be released some thought they would die in detention or children as young as 5 were reportedly held in overcrowded military detention facilities on little or no evidence they spend months even years there without charge with reports of sexual physical and also mental abuse and also as we heard there overcrowding well the children had been accused of involvement with the terrorist group boko haram the radical islam this organization is based in northeastern nigeria it carries that suicide bombings
as well as armed assault throughout west africa 2015 baka had pledged allegiance to islamic state many of the imprisoned children were rounded up by nigerian authorities during military operations against the terrorists. they are asked me if i was a member of burka her and beat me up when i said no they tied my hands and legs and hung me to a tree and continued to flow camy they flogged me and left me tied to the tree from morning till evening one person from my village was killed during the interrogation if you make a noise if you drink water without asking them if you go toward the door to get fresh air they beat you. the soldiers had girlfriends one of the girls from our village was a girlfriend of a soldier she would usually take her out of the compound some ladies got pregnant in the cell and delivered while i was there. the nigerian authorities have released over 2000 children though from detention since 2013 nearly all of whom had been
held without charge is not known at this point how many of them still remain in custody jo becker again says the government should make more effort to release them . nobody knows the current number of children who may still be in military custody nigerian authorities do not allow the united nations or independent organizations like human rights watch to access the military detention centers but what human rights watch is calling for is that nigerian authorities release any remaining children in military detention and transfer them to civilian protection authorities so that they can receive rehabilitation and help or unifying with their families and reintegrating into their communities or the nigerian military denied the allegations made against them in the report saying the children are kept in secure areas and adequately cared for we've asked the nigerian ministry of justice for
blood form for syrian conflict mediation never has spoken with one voice but recently disagreement between russia turkey and iran has become so still look good not even the leaders try to hide it as the program run its course or is the friction really a sign that it's working. welcome back you're watching international now famous pakistani novelist has been denied a german history award for her political activism she had been calling for
a boycott and his writing good quarter picks up the story and. the city of dortmund has reversed its decision to hand a literary awards to british pakistani author kamila shamsie that she plagiarized something commit a crime perhaps now it's all because she supports an anti israel movement called boycott divestment sanctions. the time of the decision none of the jurors knew that kamila shamsie had supported the boycotts divestments and sanctions campaign in the past b.s. aims to isolate israel economically politically and culturally b.d.'s has a presence across much of the globe but in germany it's had a few run ins with the government palestinian women's organization recently sued the city of boston for being excluded from a festival and the court ruled that discrimination based on the organization's belief in b.d.s. was unfair treatment. of freedom of expression includes the freedom to discuss and call for a boycott of campaigns and is also protected by the european convention on human
rights however this case is the exception not the rule the border stock has made it clear they see b.d.s. as an anti sematic movement not just anti israel. the arguments and methods of the boycott divestment and sanctions movement are anti semitic the message of the campaign to boycott israeli activists and goods or i'm innocent of the most terrible period in german history the do not buy a stick is an israeli products bring back associations with the nazi slogan do not buy from jews and similar graffiti in facades and shop windows the law makers concern isn't out of the blue given germany's past but calling the movement nazis could be a bit of a stretch since b.d.'s are mostly left wing activists calling attention to israel's mistreatment of the palestinian people and the german palestinians who are protesting say it's not the palestinians who are doing the oppressing just look at this protest represents the 1st to confront some of german parliament's motion
which is against arab nation and against the palestinian cause they are part. netanyahu accepts that tries to crush the rights is an appeasement and the right of return to boycott movement will continue and this is support is when the palestinian liberation organization along with youth and student groups around the world more and more politicians are questioning israel's policies as oppressive risking being called anti sematic along the way i can't stand by and watch this attack on our freedom of speech and the right to boycott the racist policies of the government in the state of israel the oppressive netanyahu administration and i have seen this in gaza where families have lived that have been bombed by talk to bombing by israeli jets what the united states should be doing and of course the trumpet ministrations doing exactly the opposite is instead of applauding israel for its actions israel should be condemned germany's past is certainly still
haunting to many after all you can't just wipe its horrors out of history but when it comes to israel and palestine it's not a simple as black and white donald quarter r.t. berlin. keeper has expressed anger over the u.s. toughening sanctions on the country his foreign minister says the blockade against key words making people's lives almost impossible. the u.s. blockade versus cuba has been tightened it is deliberately aimed at affecting the everyday life of our people generating scarcities and difficulties depriving us from financial resources and suffocating our economy it is a genocidal criminal policy that violates international law or the story of u.s. sanctions on cuba started back in the sixty's in march 158 washington imposed an arms sales embargo on cuba a move seen by some an attempt to help rebels overthrow then current regime makes
the u.s. cut all diplomatic ties with cuba and banned all exports and relations reached a late point in 1962 with the cuban missile crisis we asked people in havana and in the us we asked them in both those countries what they think about relations between the 2 countries. it has affected every aspect of our country's economic political and social development that have been 12 u.s. presidents since the blockade started and the situation has not improved because of its location is a constant battleground for american politics from what the u.s. government does not serve its own people it serves money the same financial interests the behind. when a behavior that i'm proud to be a giver stands as an example of how to stand up to how we're. imposing because. what is the purpose of the ongoing u.s. economic blockade of cuba what is the purpose. of history i guess
you know obviously everyone wants to see progress but i think sometimes all beef gets in the way well we're probably trying to make this a country where there's socialism right and we don't want these people coming in so they're blocking was actually never great anyway there doesn't seem to be any stated foreign. or international purpose that the assad ministration seems to have . it seems its main endeavor is clearing up one problem. or mess every 5 or 6 hours in your so we're overwhelmed by that there's not really i think a good focus on what's happening internationally acutely including cuba. now the teenage face of global climate change movement has been giving the u.s. congress a dressing down 16 year old told members there to listen to the scientists and take real action sheerly met with the former president barack obama and addressed the
set. don't invite us here just to tell us how inspiring we are without actually doing anything about it because it doesn't lead to anything i know you're trying but just not hard enough sorry. well the amber get there is in washington for a few days ahead of a global climate strike planned for friday she will also address the un climate action summit in new york on monday the youngster became the face of this year's climate protests by taking part in school strikes and also skipping class and joined students around the world scientists though warning of a growing number of youngsters being treated for eco anxiety after being exposed to die warnings about the earth's environmental plight britain's climate psychology airline says that children are being prescribed psychiatric drugs to cope and want the problem to become a recognised condition group executive and psychotherapist though caroline hickman believes it's
a rational fear. younger people are naturally very empathetic to the state of the environment what's going on in the world at the moment we're talking about their future of course they perceive this as a real threat to them so i think it's perfectly understandable they're really quite stressed and distressed about this this is a very emotionally healthy response to the music world at the moment and we can't ignore what's going on in the news because the graphic image you are saying are really quite right i would be very concerned to hear that said children's just gestures being medicated away as i said you know their emotional responses make perfect sense in their lives what's going on in the wild so the 1st thing we need to do is listen to them talk to them and help them process these complicated feelings it's really important to tell children the truce and not hide the truth from them but child these things in ways that they can understand don't exaggerate
it don't minimize because both of those would. distress. that's i things and today we're back again with more stories for you at the top of the. process of constructing this was to present as a biodegradable scaffold which is porous and when this is inserted beneath the skin when the skin the suction over the scaffold over a period of about 6 months you have to shoot in growth and invest your eyes eisen occurring in other words the cells the mule in your body grow into the scaffold it grows its own blood supply so now this is fully integrated as part of my on it's own living part of.
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the tense situation in venezuela is still all over the news the problem in venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented but that socialism has been only implement for inside venezuela things are different we're going to announce sanctions against. venezuela so if you. have a supplement to. get out of that. battle so on the people of the moment the focus of the who story isn't new makes him cold in henry kissinger to tell him not be tolerated in latin america an alternative economic and social system could take hold and therefore the policy would be to make. the economy scream so wants now making the
economy of venezuela screed. greetings and salutations it's fall here in the united states and as the leaves turn brilliant shades of red and orange or politicians are out seeking green green and more green because this fall has fallen during the early stages of the united states presidential elections 2020 addition our own brand name in chief u.s. president donald trump is caught the fall campaign but raising bug with a west coast swing featuring a $3000000.00 bay area luncheon to be followed by a $5000000.00 beverly hills dinner he'll bring in
a musical an additional $7000000.00 on wednesday with a breakfast in los angeles and another luncheon in san diego before he visits a section of the border wall and it was during this multimillion 'd dollar fundraising trip the president trump took to took the time to comment on the massive problem of homelessness in california and other states telling reporters quote we can't let los angeles san francisco and numerous other cities destroy themselves by allowing what's happening from went on expressing sympathy to property owners and investors who are forced to deal with the homeless stating in many cases they they came from other countries and they moved to los angeles or they moved to san francisco because of the prestige of the city and all of the sudden they have tents hundreds and hundreds of tents and people living in the entrances to their office buildings and they want to leave drums tirade of promise to crack down against the blight of the homeless ruining the prestige of the west coast cities like los angeles and san francisco naturally dryer from democratic leaders in california from california governor gavin newsom to san francisco mayor
london and read many write leaked. one trumps a lark's well. at the same time forgetting that those in glass houses should never throw stones let's find out why as we start watching politics. you'll wonder what it. looks like a real live this would be the last to leave the bottom if you like what they like you know what i got. with that we. would. be. pleased to. welcome them on the watchdogs i am tyrrel been for a few times have a lot less for a boy of what let's talk chris i use the way i've lived in los angeles the idea that if you know the press 2 years i.