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a matter of, if it happens, it's a matter of when i met with hunger and suffering at the border between valerie, some poland, where thousands of migrants, including children, remained stranded in a bid to enter the you. we spoke to some of the people at the camp who tried very hard to get treatment abroad, but we didn't get permission to leave the country. we received an offer for treatment from germany, but we were not allowed to leave care to sound. you sold your cars is valuable thing. yes. to get my note right. no, we don't have anything on the detention over detention over the ongoing migrant crisis. poland is even now dragging russia into the argument that moscow framing warsaw to the chaos at the border. and the 1st testimony of the guantanamo
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detainees shed light on tortured us detention facility lawyer, nancy hollander, described to us the importance of this. this trial for other victims. this is the 1st time that everyone got take here in anywhere what these horrible things that were done to them. now i believe that will be more and more difficult for the government of the united states to keep secret. what happened to the other people? ah. hello, good morning, just go 9 o'clock in moscow. you watching archie international. now the migrant crisis continues, the poland battery sport where thousands of people have been camping in harsh conditions for the last 2 nights. but as the political situation does heat up,
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the weather there is only getting colder. and among those sacrificing basic comforts and a bit to find a better life of families with children who are also enduring shortages of food and water. while trying to keep warm in damp sleeping bags. among the human stories we've been, we've been, we have seen them folding at the camp is one of a disabled boy. he's hoping to get treatment in europe. who you want to be when you grow old the day, cause i was born with the disease in his legs. we tried very hard to get treatment abroad, but we didn't get the nation to leave the country. we received an offer for treatment from germany, but we were not allowed to leave. could the sound, after several years of not being allowed to leave, the doctor told us that his legs had to be amputated. since then he has been using the press thesis. these are his legs, he's walking with those legs. they're getting too small for him. every 6 to 8 months, they get to small because he's growing up money and we don't have the money to
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change them. life until the stone is too hard. he can't go to school play in the playground. all the children insult him because he has a disability. what's your favorite game to play more? of course you would like to go and play football side with these prosthesis legs. he can't. well, according to polish estimates, as many as $4000.00 people to remain at that border at around $10000.00 more, a believe to be elsewhere and batteries heading towards the frontier to try and enter the european union and refugees that they can say they are now desperately lacking basic supplies on tuesday evening, monetary and organizations did manage to deliver some supplies, including food, water, warm clothes, and blankets, and more aid is expected to arrive later today. meanwhile, poland has deployed additional police in shapes as well as military hardware at the border declaring a state of emergency. this, this does come off to migrant,
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tried to storm the frontier on monday, cutting through the razor wire fence and also using tree trunks to try and flatten it. clashes broke at 2 with border guards, who used to gas and the sound of gunfire was also heard. we spoke to some of the people at the camp where he from inner. how did he end up in belarus and league? we did visa and me come to that. are us. yeah. but where did you get her? the visa act inc. ticket in turkey. the 1st you flew to turkey. yes. and that's where you get filarious visa. yes. why do you get bell russian visa in ankara and not in iraq, who i don't know. so this is your passport. this is mel russian visa. yes. did you pay any money for this? a lot of money and for every $1.00 i paid $2600.00 for visa,
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for every one. me and my mom and my wife and my brother. and we are on me. we are to will fair sonia house and $2.00 in full one visa, one visa. that is for visa for hotel. unfortunately, our ill that company were you purchased out the tour? is it a turkish company? no, it does her. it our company. how did you find out that there is a way, a lot of what people and come to her and go and when we can, they said no way to go. a lot of people go, my brother go to the german, you in this air rock. we bought car gall, everything to come here. you sold your cars is and valuable thing. yes. to get my yes it's right now we don't have anything but i was counseling roscoe of putting the questions. then we can go live again night to konstantin at the porter and good
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morning t m. we heard earlier today that the red cross had managed to deliver some supplies to these people that the bold border i'm just described to us the situation at the moment. well, hello andrew. well, the situation remains a tense. we know that several, myron said tried to breach the art wire, fat, and last night. details are still sketchy, but according to the bellow versus border guard, at least 4 people were injured in the incident, after the polish guards used forest to fend off the attempt, poland officials have commented on this and we also know that the wounded were treated by the by the russian side of their not at the camp right now, so hopefully will bring you more details about that soon. now, confrontations with a polish security forces are not the only issues for these people. you can probably see the smoke trauma, the campfires behind my back, something that's absolutely vital for surviving in this camp. as temperature is now draw below 0 degrees celsius at night. and these people have to sleep right on the
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freezing ground, not just man, but also women and children yesterday by the russian volunteers. and the red cross brought food and drink and water to the camp. this resulted in several, quite chaotic scene says, ah, the provision were distributed among the migrants. but that just goes to highlight how desperate these people are and that there is lack of essential thinks here like hot meal and water. you know, i was in between doing live reports for the news when one man walked up to me and back for my open bottle of water for his daughter. one of the biggest impressions that we've taken so far is how naive the refugees are. most of them under our, our under impression that europe's wealthiest countries, like germany, would love to welcome them, but simply, don't know what's going. i was going on down here at the border, but they believe once everyone finds out, those countries will somehow force poland to let everybody in. there are rumors among the migrants that germany has already some house and cars to pick them up from the border. of course, it's highly unlikely that the polish government will all the sudden softening
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stance towards how these migrants, in fact, it's taken really hard line approach, declare in a state of emergency and deploying regular army units along with security forces to the frontier. okay, well thank sir for the latest update that konstantin wisconsin rosco reporting that the board between poland and bella race now with an ongoing migrant try to send the better russian polish porter of war words if we minced and the european union is in full swing. both sides accusing each other a feeling the situation will pursue munificence. you imposed sanctions against me, against bell russians. you went for a hybrid war against battle ropes. look at the media, economics and politics. and now they've got whole the security. it's a hybrid war. and you want me to protect you from migrants, among other things, we are facing a brutal hybrid attach on you borders,
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barriers. you switch nations, migrants distress in a city to ensure king to wait. meanwhile, is ladia has declared a state of emergency in its regions. the board of batteries and his blame game unravels between european states and minns. poland has also pointed the finger at russia with moral not his you goes down off. the refugee crisis has now been tormenting the e u for over half a decade. and finally, the evil engineer behind it has been unmasked and its well dar, russia, russia has its own far reaching goals. undoubtedly this is d stabilization of the situation in the u. an attempt to permanently destabilized central and eastern europe. undoubtedly, these are russia strategic goals. it wants to have an instrument of influence and blackmail over europe on the free world, acting with someone else's hands. officials in warsaw stopped just short of
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elaborating exactly what role moscow is playing in the calamity on the poland and bella. ros border states that are, you know, both not russia. they also choose to amid historical details of how polaroid helped turn iraq from which many of the migrants are fleeing now into the mess. it now is now polish politicians. here kids look a shank and means of making problems for iraqi migrants should recall how iraq was destroyed with the most active participation of marcel. yeah, some of the thousands of migrants on the border may very well. remember the sounds of polish boots marching past their homes, a memory hardly nostalgic for those who are now freezing on the board in makeshift tents and scraping for food. but also is steering the conversation in a different direction. sanctions. we will stand for the strengthening of sanctions and the next european council meeting. we will propose not only strengthening sanctions in the current situation that is expanding the number of people who do
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not have the right to enter the u. and we will also propose far reaching economic sanctions. well, this is a statewide, somewhat expected from poland. it's a nation, consistently deaf to migrants please. this time though, it's message is being echoed much louder by both the us and the european commission . as long as the resume and belarus refuses to spect, international obligations and commitments undermines the peace and security of europe and continues to repress and abuse. people seeking nothing more than to live in freedom. we will continue to pressure lucas ranko and will not lessen our calls for accountability. beller is my stop put in people's lives at risk. i call for approval of extended sanctions, possible sanctions, and 3rd country airlines involved. we also want to prevent the humanitarian crisis and ensure safe returns. it's a message which is in stark contrast to previous statements,
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even those by the same person to those who cannot go back or stay home, we have to offer alternatives. this means 1st that we must offer legal and safe routes globally organized by us to those who need our protection. the commission stands ready to look into the necessary budget means to support e member states who will step up and help her settle. refugees, europe and greece. a work in hand in hand for the people on the greek islands. we signed an agreement today for a new center unless it was by september 2021. we will bring decent conditions to migrants and refugees, and support local communities. when migrant stormed the borders of the you through greece, italy, spain, turkey. it's all good and every member state has to chin and to help out proportionately. but when they choose an ally of russia for well, the same purposes, then unleash the sanctions. they use policy is double standard. because if we ask
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ourselves the question, where does the roots live? miss latest crisis, me answer is worse. and sanctions and arms exploring that, the you always present themselves itself is a liberal union that respects human rights. but what we observe now has already happened in the you external borders where people needed help, food supplies, water and medical assistance, but people and, and their dignity came 2nd. and the rule of the problem is definitely not bell rings. this issue began when european union and the united states and nato supported wars in syria, iraq, wonderful, many other countries. when just over a year ago, poland took a hard line anti migrant stance. it seemed there was no mending of this ideological chasm between warsaw and brussels. well turns out nothings easier when you find
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a common enemy. now, after the 1st testimony of guantanamo detainees shed light on torture. the u. s. detention facility lawyer, nancy hollander, has described the importance of the trial for other victims, held in american clandestine jails around the world. and her recent interview with archie is going underground. she commented on the case of former prisoner magic con . at a recent hearing, the guantanamo bay naval base, he gave a detailed account of abuse committed by america. in the wake of the $911.00 the tax, he claims he was subjected to mistreatment and physical torture on a daily basis and was allegedly deprived to sleep too, and offered food that contained metal pieces and stones. earlier magic can plead guilty to links with al qaeda and her since cooperated with us. authorities is a small part of his testimony. the u. s. gods dragged me so that my face would hit each step of a short staircase. i was brought to a room, still hooded,
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an american god put his foot on my neck and i started to choke for air. a doctor was present and said, listen, i'm a doctor. can you breathe? i choked at the word know, and they had the god remove his foot. while nancy hollander is a high powered american criminal defense lawyer, best known for representing 2 grand panama bay detainees, she says, magic comes, testimony may have wide repercussions. first have a detainee is, has testified on, on torture, you have the quote, a stain on the moral fiber of america. what kind of torture and tortures would know being use of the supreme court and in the abs of a the case of course was using the sentence committees investigation. what did the constitute? well that, that was the other significant may be more significant. part in this case is that his testimony was public. and the generally nobody's been allowed to say what
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happened to them in the black science. um they're, they're what they say, what my client has said to me. i brought him a mouse re, is classified. they've never been allowed to explain what their feelings are. this is the 1st time that everyone got to hear, ah, in anywhere what these horrible things that were done. did them go back and look at the 16th century england and you'll know what happened to him basically just horrific. and that's what happened to the others in the black sites also. i mean it's so nothing has happened. i mean, this is just in the past few days. nothing is happened. that senate ripple with use the cia illegal, georgia in 2014. and he says, when he says clearly, the more he cooperated, the more he was tortured. that's what he says. yes, the whole thing is,
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so is so horrible. the senate report makes public some of what happened to our clients, but not everything. and now more is coming out and now i believe it will be more and more difficult for the government of the united states to keep secret what happened to the other people, the $911.00 people and my client. and of course, there are $26.00 men in guantanamo who never been charged with any crime who have not pleaded guilty. they're just there as if some kind of permanent detention which is totally anathema to the united states for nancy hollander. that also represents another guantanamo detainees. he reached out to r t, as part of our heard voices project. i'm at a always slow hey, it was never charged with any crime. spent 14 years behind bars and gave us his
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story. you can read about it, asked he don't. comp still had the, the sam, portuguese u. n. troops face accusations of smuggling, diamonds, and drugs from the central african republic to europe. we'll have a look at this in more detail. just started with join me every thursday on the alex sarlin. sure. when i was speaking the guess on the world politics sport, business, i'm sure business. i'll see you then. ah
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ah ah welcome back. now police in portugal have raided nearly a 100 homes across the country, is parked in the investigation into smuggling fortunes from the central african
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republic. portuguese soldiers are serving as un peacekeepers are suspected of trafficking, diamonds, gold, and drugs back into europe. with more, the story is more gas, the f, the central african republic is the 2nd poorest country on earth, a cold june of as misery, poverty, violence, and sexual abuse. and those sent to help to alleviate the misery and up bathing in it. what is it issue at the moment is the possibility that some of the soldiers who took part in the national detached, falls in the ca, all. we used as couriers and the trafficking of diamonds, gold, and narcotics to sum up since at least 2019 portuguese troops have been allegedly smuggling, diamonds, gold and even drugs out of c a r, and into europe. they would use military aircraft to they checks and they would
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then load the presumably millions in alice had cash this they would do by night by day that buell smiles, dancing and parading has the un lavish them with medals. i salute visible unless visible sacrifice, the ish mumbled, contingent has made in the course of your good. that ceremony was held after the un had been notified what some of those shiny soldiers had been up to. then again, the united nations hasn't been at its best and the central african republic far from it, rape for starters. hardly a year goes by without another scandal involving un peacekeepers and a multitude of rape victims, including under age girls in a country where armed groups routinely prey and civilians. peacekeepers should be protector, is not predators. peacekeepers to rape,
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exploit or kill should not simply be sent home with no commitment to justice. the problem is, if you start prosecuting un troops, you'd have to start jailing bureaucrats as well. because while the grunts frolic and misbehave on the ground, the paper pushes up top, pull off the most extraordinary nonsense, like leasing land for a military base from a company which property it off of blood diamonds. the un has paid more than half a $1000000.00 to the company on its own sanctions lists for allegedly fuel and the conflict and central african republic threw the sale of blood diamonds. so now that it's all out there, what are they do? they blame russians? we're calling the central african republic government to and all relationships with private military and security personnel, particularly the wagner group. no joke, a group of us experts who by the way,
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don't speak for the un want the central african republic to kick out russian instructors. united states has gone further blaming private military contractors. russians for all sorts of very ironic ills. brashness and race engaging human rights abuses of civilians. extract steep costs in payments and mineral concessions and deprive local citizens of critical any debts. resources. a comment that has aged very badly given recent revelations, namely, an alleged fondness for smuggling, diamonds. gold and drugs. among portuguese troops, making the millions while half the population starves, but their grievances that russian p. m. c's, bother and harass un peacekeepers, preventing them from doing what they want. which in my book is probably a good thing. now that we've learned what it is that you had troops get up to what
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we see now in the central african republic with these serious, incredible allegations with regard to portuguese troops. is that is the continuation of a past that many of us thought had disappeared. after portugal was forcibly ousted from africa or some decades ago. but alas, the exploitation continued. obviously, as discrediting to the peacekeeping mission, it's clear that there is a certain dysfunction with regard to night nations. and you see the evidence, i'm afraid to say in the central african republic, the security council needs to be on top of this. and certainly there needs to be serious reform of these missions. because increasingly, they seem to be doing as much damage as they are doing good. and that's not the
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way the united nations was supposed to work. that when a france is most controversial, journalist eric seymour is hot on the hail to present a manual macro. and in the latest writings ahead of the presidential elections in the country next year, a recent pose have also put some more here. a right wing journalist, the head of conservative rival, marine the pen. he holds ultra conservative views on national identity and has also been criticized for remarks against minorities. he says, staunch, believe it to in the great replacement theory which claims that white europeans or seen be replaced by non white immigrants. but we spoke to mrs. miller, to discuss his political views and plans in the run up to the election. to save, right? i thought it was a box, but we need to know what we want to accept the situation by saint frances elanda, vast expanses, and everyone comes here with their own culture, as well as with their roots origins. very quickly,
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it's going to be an enlarged copy of lebanon. we can see where that leads. it's going to be lebanon. this is our future if we do nothing, but let us not forget that we're not talking about different civilizations. whereas in our case, a new civilization has emerged on us soil. it's a confrontation between 2 civilizations. i do not want to fight with the rule of law state. i want to fight with the judges that have taken the rule of law state hostage to impose their own ideological view. manual microns civil society is not my civil society. on explain why is this sociological question? he emanuel mac, ron sociology, is this psychology of big cities, metropolitan societies, bourgeois, bohemians societies. people who think globalization is a blessing, who love immigration in general, of course, because there are always nuances details. but this, so she ology of the manual makram is this. but this is not my sociology. look at
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the polls. it's always very interesting to analyze my sociology is that it's either the popular or the better off classes that unite love for france, patriotism, french traditions, morals, lifestyle, history and so on. an upper level that was the french presidential candidate, erickson more speaking to our sister channel. there. asi france, that brings you up to date with alaneese. and i, we're back again in 30 lou . lou is your media a reflection of reality in the world transformed? what will make you feel safer? isolation for community. are you going the right way or are you being
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has not many main threat. this is due to the 3 laws of robotics. one of the things that's happening at the many cyber implants right now i'd be where is it really worried about it? most people with equally b, you can't put a chip in my brain. so there has been a lot of progress from the hacker side using ai and using other advanced technologies. there has been on the defense. ah, financial vi did a little about money laundering firm to this is, can i see the 3 different? oh yeah, this is a good start. well, we have our 3 brands all set up here. maybe something in europe, something in america, something overseas entertainment. i want to know all these rights are complicit in a series money laundry. okay, let's see how we did. well, we've got a nice law group was for max and for stacy. oh,
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