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of your money through the government, into those who own these bonds. the, the, the, the, the president joe biden gets a hot reception from his own citizens. i made public frustration over his handling of the afghanistan as the 20th anniversary of $911.00 approaches art to explore the legacy of america's war on terror in the series of special reports. today we'll be hearing from families who saw loved ones killed in a recent us. don't strike in couple time. the head of the family that has lost 10
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of its members. this is not a mistake of america. this is a crime and rushes emergencies minister guides while trying to save a person's life during training exercises. in the article, the tragic details i had in the program i wherever you're counting the program from today. welcome to moscow into our to international grip of your company. i'm, you know, neil there was a frosty reception for joe biden, this week of new jersey time ravaged by the recent hurricane. either a group of locals, voice their anger over the gun on polite with some even branding the american
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president, a tyrant. the. c visible fury over the war in afghanistan as being felt all the more acutely in the run up to a grim anniversary for the united states. almost 20 years have passed since the tragic events of 911 a day that checked the world and set the stage for the us war on terror to market. we've been taking a closer look at the devastating impact the subsequent to decades of conflict, us out on the lives of millions in our special project on heard voices. the will use all tools at our disposal stage, killed our children to united states,
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was bringing people in this orchard site. it was a pointless exercise. we start by looking at the impact of one recent event, so call defensive or a strike conducted by the u. s. in cabal, at the end of august, just before the ellis done withdrawal deadline, we heard from fathers who lost their children in the raid, the youngest, a toddler age to thought the sandals belong to melinda. she was very close to me. i looked her so much. she always told me to buy ice cream with us military forces conducted and unmanned over the horizon airstrike on a vehicle known to be an imminent isis k threat. on the morning of the bombing, she came and kissed me and said, good morning, father. it was her last meeting. i will never see her again. the
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my name is maddie. i'm the head of the family that has lost 10 of its members, and it was around 4 30 pm. i left for the market and on the way i met my elder brother who was driving back home. we talked a little, then he left to go home and i crossed the road to go to the other side. i just crossed the road and i heard an explosion. my daughter lead her to me that she saw a smaller craft, a drone, moving around in a circle which then fired a missile about hitch or home. i turned to look, there was dust and smoke lightning. it was a terrible scene, my wife was shutting out her high was on fire. ah. busy there were parts of children's bodies, it was so bloody increase and i went into my home on fun, my brother and a nephew. they were critically injured but still alive and breathing. they later
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died in hospital. my brother and 9 others were killed in this horrific attack. my brother's daughter who was student to get married, also lost her life. another relative was also here, a guest. she was killed to, oh, i was my a loves, cosmetic. she likes painting her nails for she like dolls very much. the main cause of the incident was the american president, planning this attack without any evidence and destroying our family was a catastrophe. ringback ringback ah, the president has made clear commanders that they should stop and nothing to make isis pay for the death of those american service members at the cobble airport. isis k. lived in this house in this house were these children members of ices,
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a stupid thought without any proof, without any investigation, they attacked us and killed our children, and we will never forgive them. ah, our entire families. in short, it's been so painful for us mentally. we are not in a stable condition. the women are dead silent. they don't speak on or we left our devastated home and now live in my sister's place. it's so painful to visit it, because we could see your children dying there. the people accusing us of having contact with islam mac state, the americans who bombed her family, seeing we'd been preparing an attack on them. their complete and utter liars, ah
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. ringback after the incident, no authority came here to investigate. nobody asked us what happened to your new one help. ready no one came here to morally support us. this is not a mistake of america, this is a crime. we've lost her children. the count returned to us. so what mister owner should be restored by a fir investigation into the incident. we are the international community to investigate this incident. ah, make no mistake. no, no, cherry on the face of the earth, works harder to avoid civilian casualties than the united states military. and nobody wants to see innocent life taking
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the americans have left us get this done. they came because of their own goals and humiliated in my country. america is not achieved. anything in africa on america has failed in afghanistan. and in his made people miserable. and we'll be speaking with more people, both soldiers and civilians whose lives were changed forever by america's war in her continuing special coverage on heard voices throughout the week. now, just days after the last u. s. military jet left afghan, us down the by the ministration is asking congress for more than $6000000000.00 to resettle thousands of refugees. now, that is an addition of course to the trillions already spent on the longest ever american war as cale up north and reports. so how much cash is every american dish
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out for the war on terror? well, if you do the math for each individual in the united states, it comes out to about $16000.00. 64000 for a family of 4, your insurance. i don't know that cool little worth, you know, tolerable. it's too much. $16000.00 is a lot for everybody. not everybody could pay that. whereas a gone, is there any accountability? i feel they could do better. things with the money especially was going to depend demik right now and the state wherein here at home i say take care here 1st and then you were about elsewhere. i mean, we got a lot of domestic issues here. i will give priority whether it's college funding or how solutions, whatever they needed for a really terrible, terrible lot of people while thinking that they're going to fight for a country and this and that. but they lose their lives and bring people home. now some might say that that is a small price to pay in order to keep us safe from terrorist attacks like on
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$911.00. but apparently there have been some other less than honorable motives. we can milk this thing all the way to 2015. there's plenty to go around. the old military industrial complex is always hungry for cash and they've melted way past 2015. it is now 2021 and the usa unloaded at this point, roughly 6 trillion dollars. and that is a conservative estimate. now that's only the financial cost. let's go over the human cost of 20 years worth of violence and killing. but now it's over. coach biden blew his whistle and we're leaving the court. so one was how we truly accomplished in 20 years of post $911.00 was millions of lives and trillions of dollars later, who has one who has lost and at what price 20 years from now was to be reckoned with. a has societal costs. we have dentist done in iraq was low enough to us forces that gun. so as the us, they learned anything from decades of war. will we now get
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a peace dividend to pay for things like health care, education and infrastructure? like again, right after bringing the troops home, congress actually increased the military budget. biden's proposed pentagon budget was already a new record levels before the house armed services committee. reckless recommendation to add nearly $24000000000.00 higher than the peaks of the korean or vietnam was, or the recon built of the $980.00 is if we concerned about making america and the world safer, we should be investing more funds in addressing pandemic climate change and racial and economic injustice, not by un weapons. we don't need a price as we can't afford. after 20 years. trillions of dollars. nothing seems to have been learned by the united states and economy based on war keeps rolling ahead . caleb bobbin r t new york. a sad story now rushes emergencies minister has tragically died while attending training exercises in the arctic. it's believed
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the skinny is in the chair of jumped off a cliff into waters to try unrest. you a camera man who was also fatally injured ortiz, tony hawkins, can tell us more. you're going to finish. it would be less familiar to those abroad than at home. here in russia though, he was a well known part of the governing bodies, most recently serving his head of the russian emergencies ministry. a very senior chief position once occupied by the current defense minister saturday should go. we know that mister is in a chef, was in the city of noodles in the northern part of russia, taking part in training exercises organized by the emergencies ministry. there were a large number of journalists, video operators, directors in attendance, who were filming a training video for the emergency ministry eye, witness accounts state. but at $1.00 of this group of journalists and directors got too close to the edge of a cliff. and neither fell or began to fall. mississippi chef was standing me,
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a boy whose training dictate and he attempted to hold the direct to jumping off to him. sadly, his efforts were futile. both men, well if it's a hospital and come to the injuries, medics power to help one of our correspondents from all the spanish was also in attendance at least training exercises. this is what he told us on. but he died trying to say to film director who was there that moment in order to choose a new location for his future film. according to witnesses, the direct to stumbled and fell. have rushed to save him, but hit a rock. unfortunately, none of them survived. residence told us that this place is very dangerous, and tragedies already happened that a thought from his role as head of the emergency ministry post yorkie pie since 2018. and mrs. in a chef also occupied positions in the russian security operator serving is that pretty head of the f s. b on the security council as one is being part for many
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years of the russian president's partial security detail. effectively being mr. putins a to camp, and the russian president has already expressed his deep condolences in connection with missing a chef. death he leaves behind is wife, a son, a grandson, and 2 granddaughters. dying what he was trained to do, what he loved doing, and what he did for large part of his life, which was saving lives in dire situations where nobody else could do appointment for his position as head of the motion. the ministry will be appointed in due course. you've been using a shift, though, of course, will be remembered as a hero. i had this or a french cement company is charged with crimes against humanity for paying millions of euro to just how the groups in syria, the details of the case coming your way after this break. ah,
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so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have is crazy. plantation, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, a very critical time, time to sit down and talk having alternate realities to experience or even live it and like say role or does my idea, you know, especially during the end where you can go anywhere in the game world go everywhere, you know, choose the game that you want. any open roll game, choose it. and you are now on a vacation in a place where you're like flying helicopters or you're, you're on beaches, you're, you're in a city, you drive, you know, what are the car you want?
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you know, you name it these, these are getaways ah, ah, ah. 16 minutes into the program. welcome back. the last segment of the north stream to gas pipeline doubts linking russia to germany was welded in the baltic sea on monday. it's been completed as well. just at a time. you may know that europe is expecting a winter search in gas demand on the prices that go with it. peter oliver can tell us more about the project 3 years in the making and not without a bumper to along the road. the final piece of the old stream to gas pipeline has been welded into place. the final bit of places
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be 200500 and 58th and the $11000000000.00 jim saw. once the tops are turned on, it will bring siberia and gas via the russian port of lucca under the baltic sea right here to germany. the mayor of the si size town where the pipeline arrives in europe, who doubles up as a life. god says the energy project brings not only gas, but money and jobs as well. because the pipeline pipeline is very important for the town of lubin. we still benefits both during the construction and operating stages for our industrial port, which is a municipal court in which living has a state generated jobs. there was a result of the projects in the long term operational phase. the time of lead me will receive a share of the business profits generated by the north stream to pipeline, as well as gas gates and other companies. that's one and 1500000 euros that will go to leave mens town budget. it's not all being smooth sailing though for us
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president donald trump wanted to sell europe more of america's liquefied natural gas problem. there though is it's more expensive than the piped russian variety. so he slept sanctions on the nord stream to project causing hold ups. so we're protecting germany, we're protecting france, we're protecting all of these countries. and numerous of the countries go out and make a pipeline deal with russia, where they're paying billions of dollars into the coffers of russian. germany is totally controlled by russia because they were getting from 60 to 70 percent of their energy from russia and a new pipeline. in may, the current inhabitants of the white house lifted the sanctions on the north stream to company. that doesn't mean he's a fun. my, you know, to, to, has been known for some time. good friends can disagree and, but by the time i became president,
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there was 90 percent completed and imposing sanctions did not seem to make any sense. ukraine is also worried that it could be used to cut it out of the european gas trans that infrastructure. however, russia says such as the demand for its gas, the more roots it has to europe, the better. moscow is always said that nord stream to is in economic project and has nothing to do with politics. and perhaps that's why the mayor of you been isn't too concerned about the effects. geo politics could have on the pipeline coming into his town when the other stopped and hum for the need to get either a 5 gym and states involved in the construction of the node stream to projects in the states of assessed and endorsed the project. and some of them even want court cases over it. i've always believed that this project could be implemented within the legal framework exists within the you and those state. i have not been concerned, the practical means could stop the project. european politics, federal politics, and even american politics are too far away from us. we just did our job,
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did our taxes and everything to make sure this projects became as successful as the 1st not seem pipeline. and there were still 2 or 3 legal hurdles to overcome with regards to the new gas market directive, with the commissioning and transports of the gases. but i'm quite sure that russia and the countries in companies involved resolve these issues and that we will start receiving the 1st rushing gas pipelines before the end of 2021, with the pipeline connected up just behind me certificate action and safety checks will take around 3 months to be completed after that, while nord stream to will be able to pump as much as 55000000000 cubic meters of gas per year. he had to germany, that's roughly enough. the heat, around 26000000 european homes feature all of a r t on the baltic coast. another story the bring you to dance here in russia. a gas explosion in an apartment block near moscow was planned at least 2 lives,
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unless 9 injured. the building in against was partially destroyed in the blast that happened on wednesday morning. the really just shows extent here the video is captured by a bystander right after the explosion. you may just be able to make out here. a young girl pixilated. she's about 3 or 4 and stranded precariously on the ledge of an apartment with its was completely blown out. people were urging her not to move the child. thankfully listen, she was brought safely down and then by rescuers reporting from napkins, briefly ortiz, donal quarter. as you can see behind me, this is the tragic aftermath of the gas explosion that rocked against your moscow in the early hours of the morning. it looks as if you as if several apartments were literally ripped out of the building and windows of neighboring buildings have also been shattered. as a result of the blast,
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2 people have been confirmed to be killed and it's looking like another 9 have been injured. 2 of which were children that the emergency services were actually able to save from the rubble, as you can see behind me, they're still working on that. and there's also off camera, people cleaning up glass workers, cleaning up the rubble of what came off of the building after this terrible explosion for being evacuated from both the effected building and part of the neighboring building. as the authorities have said, that the latter is actually in danger of suffering serious damage if the former were to collapse upon it in the potential situations. to france, where the country's top court has upheld charges against the cement company for funding terrorism. lafarge is accused of paying $13000000.00 euro to johanna groups in syria to keep its operations running. charlotte dubin skis in paris, following developments. jackie's ations falls, played almost 13000000 years to a number of military groups in syria during the conflict that including 2. she's
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allegations, date, back 220132014, when the fours made the payments legible to try and keep the company continuing to be able to operate in the country. now the focus also accused of buying a tool from a middleman which is proven would be in direct violation of you in ball goes now for as try to have some of the allegations against big cost with a lower court earlier. this is turning round and saying the allegations of crime against humanity could be thrown out from his hope court. the supreme court has now waded into this and decided that actually lose allegations can be put back on the table. this is what the court said. it's judgement, in this case, the payment of several $1000000.00 to an organization which is actively criminal is enough to characterize the complicity. whether or not the party in question was
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only doing so to see the commercial activity. but case had been wrought to the court's attention by former employees over the phone, and also had been backed by n g. i was voice script. how well couldn't this decision a great when in the fight for corporate accountability for international crimes? well, far as can be prosecuted for complicity and crimes against humanity. so i did that . i can now be investigated for crimes against humanity is not food for the company. also faces of the charges, including the financing of terrorism, endangering the lives of individuals and of course, violating that you involve go no further for its purpose. has admitted that it said pe militants in syria during 2013 and during 2000. and what it says is that in a paid to try and help employees for protecting them on the ground. we also know
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that several invest in executive school falls are also under investigation, as part of why to look into what falls is activities were in syria during that period in the process. it is continuing to cooperate with all the today show investigations. i put the idea that the falls could now face these additional accusations, this investigation of crimes. the key thing to managing would set a precedent. there isn't one take just yet because why do investigation is still going on? if it goes to trial, it would be the 1st time that a french company has been troy didn't fall in this way. you know, remember when a joke was a joke? well, today it's a political weapon on ideological to cross talk. discuss this next. when for some did comedy become a crime, peter, and guess they're right ahead of me the
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the way the us government funded is the issue of treasury bomb. and they pay the interest on those bonds by collecting taxes. who owns most of those bonds? virtually all those bond, the top 110th of one percent. so the government simply becomes a pastor mechanism for people to pay money from their pockets through something called taxes that are just a thickly that hides the transgression mechanism of your money through the government, into those who own these bonds in the pacific leg around the world. expedition by 1000 miles round the clock and give it to the dead
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calm as every country close by like the crew. gavin's food and water and food to check those for later on the little thing is got everybody locked down or no more? no food and no water really upset somebody either stuck in the cove. it you're living like the female of old, but in the 21st century. ah, the war on drugs noted as a way to come back? a great problem. what's the one?
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it's part of the attitude of the nation, not just of north dakota, and it got to be something that you could get elected. this time, the fight against drugs took a tragic, told us that andrew was competing short form. this is way too dangerous for him to be doing. clearly they put him in harm's way. a rural college student does interest get shot in the head and found in a river like that. something else had to be happening. i have often said transfer fee for the household for the kids about privacy. what people care about is power. julian, a son just become a symbol of the battles of brevity, information is power. that's what's going on. a huge struggle with governments
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and corporations who want to keep information secret and others democratic rights should be pushed forward and people have a right to know what they're going to do. watch houses help shift the conversation around transparency. see what that battle has done to him. i feel like julian might be coming to an end. we are in a conflict situation with the largest and most powerful employer in such a situation. it's remarkable to survive the ah with the hello and welcome the cross odd were all things are considered. i'm peter lavelle,
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not long ago humour was the domain of social critique and a means for us to laugh at ourselves. and the comic was the person who had the guts and skill to say what all of us might have been thinking. this is no longer the case. it would seem. now humour is just another political weapon. and you know, it's not very funny. the cross, i can humorless humour. i'm joined by my guest at ro in new york. he is this indicated political cartoonists and writer as well as the author of the stringer in los angeles. we have wrongful cone. he is a comedian host of the youtube. sho, get your news on withdrawn and and honolulu we go to graham elwood. he is a regular the jimmy door show as well as host of the political vigilante podcasts on youtube. right? gentlemen, cross groves and effect. that means you can jump in anytime you want. and i always appreciate it, graham, i'm going to go to you 1st because as you're speaking it is 4 o 3 a m and the more.

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