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these become talk among. themselves from same piece go to france we travel in search of a song. we've got the future covered. be prepared to take targeted and precise military action if and when we determine that the situation on the ground with wires the white house is considering as strikes to help stop the advance of jihad this forces through the devastated country will be boosted by waves of foreign volunteers from the west raising worries that on their return their launch a new jihad in europe. while there is no letup in the military assault on eastern ukraine with more people killed in the late as shelling despite president poroshenko as promised ceasefire. and spain has welcomed a new king but it is not
a celebrations with hundreds of kids rallying in the capital. welcoming thanks for joining is my name is the harvey and you're watching international. first for you this hour america is ready to use air power in iraq that was the vow of president obama who said that any action would be precise and targeted jihadist militants are currently sweeping their way across the country to help combat the threats washington is sending three hundred military advisers that aussies miniport ny has the details president obama is of leaving the door open for further action saying that the u.s. is prepared to take targeted military action if the violence in iraq spirals further out of control because of our increased intelligence resources we're
developing more information about potential targets associated with. them going forward we will be prepared to take targeted and precise military action if and when we did. the situation on the ground requires now that's a complicated gamble because u.s. intelligence agencies are having a difficult time identifying possible targets including insurgent encampments training camps weapons caches and other stationary supplies and the us president says allow iraq to turn into a safe haven for isis poses great dangers to the u.s. and its european allies which is why some action needs to be taken of course the criticism is that iraq might not even be on the brink of a civil war if it was not for the u.s. invasion while addressing the press even president obama said quote recent days have reminded us of the deep scars left behind of america's war in iraq unquote obama's speech on washington's promise to hope iraq is one of the features of today's breaking the you can watch the full show
a little later today but just for now here's a quick preview because he spoke mostly in a vague military jargon you had to listen closely to understand the underlying u.s. response to isis is growing influence while obama insisted no troops would be sent to actually engage in combat he did announce that he would be sending up to three hundred military advisors to the country sounds innocent right unless you consider the fact that so-called military advisors were the original precursors to the us invasion of vietnam not to mention that two hundred seventy five troops have already been sent to quote secure american interests in the country but probably the most interesting part about obama's speech was his claim that iraq is a sovereign nation that has the right to choose its own leaders seriously when did iraq become a sovereign nation the minute the us realize that it's of war in the country result in the creation of yet another failed state because see no western powers have done nothing but violate iraq's autonomy by dismantling its government launching
depleted uranium and white phosphorous attacks an occupied its people for the last decade this is all news to me. meanwhile the latest reports from iraq suggest al qaeda linked isis militants have taken over vital oil facilities in the city of baiji however their final target remains baghdad with the harvest reportedly planning to create a new islamist state within the ruins of the country that sours iraq is already fooling apart as artie's gun h.e.g. can now reports. iraq is on the verge of erupting isis is controlling a predominantly sunni part of the bach shia sphere there further onslaught kurds could split off at any moment isak tarion war is brewing now the government will have to make a strategic choice putting the entire army to attack and take back that city and risk a much wider sectarian fights or have this group in control of an area that was a response with all the consequences not just for iraq for the region and for the
world i says belongs to a faction of sunni islam committed to radical fundamentalist convictions that they seek to impose on other muslims their advances have long stopped being just iraq's problem these darker green spots are where the population is predominantly shiite you can see iran is the main shiite power in the region syria is largely sunni but the government of bashar assad is alawite which is a branch of shiite islam isis being an extremist sunni force has managed to advance this far both in syria and iraq because of the support of sunni communities on their way iran wants to help iraq's shia government repel the onslaught of isis an initiative which washington seemingly supports but targeting sunni areas which isis controls could create a backlash with other sunni nations getting involved like saudi arabia which has already warned against foreign intervention there's not going to be
a simple military solution to this issue isis is also controlling parts of syria fighting against the government of bashar assad these problems are intertwined in a really demonic way u.s. politicians have tried to present the conflict in syria as being between those who want democracy and those who don't so maybe the crisis in iraq is an eye opener showing how complicated the dynamics in the region really are. going to check on r.t. washington d.c. . and the could. living in northeast iraq where they are also fighting on their own battlefront after isis launched its advance kurdish forces were able to push islam it out of the city of kirkuk taking control of a vital oil center there and defense consultants mowen rove believes kurds would be given a chance to create their own independent state the country's been broken away as it is except it's not officially broken where they wanted to separate the oil rich or
kurdish region in the north away from the main iraq it's been set up from the beginning from the ninety's the americans gave them the possibility of a semi autonomous region now all it is is the been running. kurdish region since the ninety's. and now all they're going to do is break away from iraq once and for all and declare independence the isis group fighting in both iraq and syria is estimated to have around ten thousand soldiers at its disposal with volunteers coming from all parts of the world reports indicate there are as many as three thousand foreigners in their ranks and according to the u.k. foreign minister around four hundred of those are british citizens the steady flow of recruits is also maintained by the pro campaign being staged on social networks with many internet users actually voicing their support for the militant group online and take a look here is one such twitter user from the u.k.
voicing his approval of the isis onslaught in iraq and syria here's another this time from germany wishing d.g. hardisty and victorious and it isn't just in the west internet supporters of isis are coming from all across the globe europe the us or asia r.t.c. has more. far from the front lines in iraq and syria and another battle is being fought in the u.k. this week band. making it an offense to be a member of the group but the organization is still enjoying a wave of online european support dubbed by some the fanboys well i've been speaking to some of the nicest supporters online and i vs one station media why supporting isis despite the reported killings and he's applied for me that he believes that isis has come the closest yet to establishing
an islamic caliphate why do you think isis holds such appeal for some of the people back home i think. if you were to use this overused word in. terrorism six places more than the ones that have actually gone to trouble. the people here in the u.k. right now you won't have a trouble but a lot to be identifying with. the two constituents is a potential threat. which has existed ever since nine eleven so in a way that constituency has always been that it's possible that they'll be more encouraged by. what's happened in syria and become more active not as a direct result of. the film on a sort of wave of islam isolation of the world and then you've got the people who actually come by who can spread who can become active recruiters and that's a really dangerous thing at
a meeting is the national security council this week prime minister david cameron said the government was doing all it kid to address the threat posed by foreign fighters including interviewing individuals the u.k. borders canceling all with touring u.k. passports and introducing new measures to prosecute days he planned to train for terrorism abroad before should be united states and its allies have known about isis and their activities and the danger they pose for a few years now why haven't you stopped these groups from leverage why do you allow these groups to get stronger and stronger why do you allow certain countries to support them financially why do you allow foreign fighters to get to syria the last estimate that the number of british fighters have broad at four hundred and growing professor griffin tells r.t. the government now desperately needs to strengthen its response to some of the most precious people coming by people who are pretty disillusioned by what's happened.
and who can produce a counter narrative of people. seemed killing explosion does to a baby and comes back intent on stopping it that other side of the story could be more crucial than ever much of the british population watches in horror the grisly images of some of the killings taking place in iraq at the hands of isis fighters but to its european supporters i say this is not the enemy the west is certain i see reporting from london. in eastern ukraine four people have been killed during the latest military offensive on the city of slavyansk a thirty yr old woman died when a mortar shell hit her bank yard a five year old son was taken to hospital with multiple head wounds where he died of his injuries the shelling continues despite president poroshenko has promised
ceasefire and his new peace plan what exactly the fourteen point proposal to end the violence in the east suggests will be revealed later today earlier poroshenko discussed his ideas were the emir putin of the second stage china the two leaders have talked over the phone about for ukraine's crisis in a week president putin is once again stressed the cease fire must be implemented in the regions meanwhile prosperous cities are looking more like ghost towns now tens of thousands of people have fled the affected areas and those who remain suffer from water food and power shortages not to mention nonstop artillery attacks and there are also large queues forming on the border with russia as people hurried to take their children to safety. but. it's very scary to see flying planes any time i saw them i ran to my mommy and daddy and tanks are also very scary. the fire gunshots at us and shelled
hours we had next to a couch in the basement were very scary. it's a battlefield there a constant find my parents hide in the basement but i think we'll to have a skid because we wouldn't have lasted long i don't understand why they're doing this we've lost everything and when radicals came into my city and started shooting people we had to leave the scariest part was when armed men came to our house asking about our landlord a few days later my son told me that they shot the landlord. a russian journalist who was killed in mortar shelling in eastern ukraine he's being laid to rest here in moscow and a moral service is taking place at the headquarters of the receiver one t.v. channel. as a correspondent was cruel courting ukrainian army shelling while filming a report in a village just outside lugansk he was severely injured and taken to hospital but died on the operating table originally from ukraine himself there were no you
because returns to report on the government's so-called anti terror operate in the east he was filming reports all over the rest of the region eager kornel yukos thirty seven years old he survived by his wife and seven year old daughter. but. let's head to spain now where hundreds of anti monarchists of rallied in madrid shortly after the new king philippe the sixth was sworn in the protest mood is high in the austerity plates nation and he's being aggravated by the role families perceived lavish lifestyle on his correspondent alexia schiff ski reports just a few hours after spain had its new king officially sworn in people have hit this central square of madrid in a protest against foreigners here the mood here is quite determined they are angry they're saying that mourner pass to go we're hearing chants of monarchy means murder and monarchy is trash isn't that what these people are saying we've already
seen scuffles i've seen at least a dozen people being beaten on the ground by the right police and taken to police violence even one of our cameramen from the r.t. espanol crew got hit by a police we have definitely seen larger protests over the past several weeks particularly on june the eighth one which it was practically paralyzed by protesters many people voicing concerns that spain must not remain mourner keep it must become a republican this is pretty much the demand of these people it's quite loud what they're saying but they are unhappy with their living conditions six million people are unemployed in spain that is. the third of the country's population they say that a change of the face inside the royal palace will not change anything the whole system needs to be changed. so to come for you this hour the best defense is seems a good often so radical group claiming to protect the rights of jews does so by intimidating its victims with death threats. all the way a tiny village in the philippines could be transformed into
a multimillion dollar military base for the u.s. that sin of bottleful the results which sounds china say. well not told you my language at all but i will only react to situations i have read the reports for so i'm likely to put the no i will leave them to the state department to comment on your minor point of the month to say to secure yes because i'm going to talk you know gonna. do no more weasel words. when you fade a direct question me prepared for a change when you run should be ready for a. critical speech and little down to freedom to crush. dramas the truth be ignored. stories others refuse
to notice. the faces change the world right next. to picture of today's. on demand from around the globe. look to. or go back into staying with us here on r.t. international for years jewish people of often found themselves the target of hatred and physical intimidation but it seems that the bullies have become the bullies or at least for one extremist group the jewish defense league later today a trial will begin paris of j. d. l. members accused of making death threats towards a journalist who is investigating their actions or in a cost of reports. never know what they have
a strong following and a clear message as only we are here present we jews know being cruel we are well trained well equipped we're not afraid and we should be more afraid of us than we are the jewish defense league claims its goal is to protect the jewish community from hatred and anti-semitism but some jews accuse it of doing the very same thing it's meant to be fighting against and these people say the organization is not protecting anyone but it's liking those who don't share the same views and opinions jonathan mall adopted claims he felt the rights of the league when he started researching them in paris i exposed my friends some. felony crazy for doing this in september two thousand and twelve my car of been bombed by a. bomb i received death threats and a couple months ago i went to cover a protest against anti-semitism they reconnects me and they were like fifteen
people jumping on me break a my camera and. beating me up on the ground what is being done to prevent this from happening again what is the police doing at one point intervened and took me out of the protest and i told them there were many of them on the place so i told them why don't you a resident oh yeah we do anything you create a riot the jewish defense league is an international right wing organization even though it's considered a terrorist group by the f.b.i. it's completely legal and countries like canada and france where it has around three hundred members. greece is present of course but it's not everywhere so we have to do what they are incapable of doing correctly from attacking left wing students pro stinney in groups and even writers at their own book launches the league has been accused of being behind a string of violence but the victims say the police have no interest in investigating and accuse them of willful and action. is. pretty strong and in the
police we know there are some people the will to do their job but at some point you have people in here that are blocking the five when those people go on trial the judges most of the time they're being they're being lenient in two thousand and four a documentary actually filmed two members of the j.p.l. training in an office full building that was being leased by the police many were quick to connect the dots if the police. training them really had no desire to talk to us when we contacted them about their publicity speaks for itself do not get in our way because will hurt you very very very badly various local movements an answer racism activists have called for the group to be banned the french authorities have ignored those calls and those who feel victimized by the group are left looking over their shoulder marina cost survive reports in from paris for r.t. . or the jewish defense league burst into the limelight several years ago following
perceived anti semitic comments from the popular fashion designer john galliano he'd been caught on camera in a local cafe in paris apparently expressing his love for hitler responded by later targeting the premise is covering it in posters labeling galliano an enemy of both israel and friends. meanwhile over at r.t. dot com a new tool to keep protesters a base hitting the markets we'll tell you about new mini drones capable of firing pepper spray paint balls and what critics say their danger is being underestimated . plus the world's biggest eye in the sky the european southern observateur has blown the top of a three thousand meter high mountain in chile so it can set up the largest ever tell it. now it's the small village in the philippines may have to make way for a huge u.s.
military base as part of the asian nations fight over the resource rich south china sea military cooperation with the u.s. could bolster america's presence in the region where washington already has tens of thousands of troops dozens of bases and this month the nations will hold naval drills near the disputed territory which the philippines says beijing is trying to steal from right under its nose journalist james corbett believes that putting more pressure on china could lead to bitter conflict. this has to be seen as just part of a trend towards the deepening of the us and philippine military alliance that goes right along with the developing us japanese military alliance the us australian military alliance so i think this has to be seen as more part of a regional trend that's developing both china and the us and its allies are playing to their pull respective political bases and they're looking for economic stimulus that comes from militarization so they are looking to divert more government funds towards the defense sector i think it's part of a feedback loop where one side makes
a move so the other is seen to respond to it so the other side responds to the response etc and i think when we're caught in that type of feedback loop it runs the risk of running into a some type of military confrontation scenario simply because when you have all of these ships in these highly disputed territories that are at times running into each other as we start to see these types of incidents that could become a hot war scenario perhaps inadvertently. tongue us take a look at some other headlines from around the world starting with an explosion in central syria that's killed more than thirty people fifty more mostly civilians were injured after the bomb went off in a government controlled village near the city of hama officials described the assault as a terror attack and put the blame on rebel forces operating in the area more than three years of civil war in syria have left an estimated one hundred sixty thousand people that. elsewhere torrential rain has triggered massive floods impossible
garia leaving at least ten people dead near the black sea resort of hundreds more have been evacuated after the deluge blocked roads and swept away because heavy rain has also damaged houses and flooded villages just outside the capital syfy forecast to say the extreme weather will continue throughout the day. of the thousands of children in rumania see their mothers or fathers is becoming a rare luxury and that is because the crippling economic situation in the country is driving parents to seek work abroad the strive for a better future is already coming at a high cost as artesian corpus can offer explains. it's become very rare that ten year old william gets to see her mother she went from india to work in italy a year ago leaving her daughter with her grandparents. it's very sad because i have no want to talk about my problems too. is younger and much more introverted he
prefers to spend more time alone both of his parents work in germany while he's also being raised by his grandmother. they sent me toys and clothes but i don't remember when was the last time i saw them. unfortunately nowadays in romania cases such as well in jena in andries are far from unusual this here is called the heart of wishers it's filled with notes from the children where they wrote their wishes and they were told that they would come true next year so all these notes are about parents for instance this one says i wish my mom would come back from london bring toys and then would go together to another countries another one here says i wish my mom would come back from italy and i wish my dad would find a job sure these kids haven't been abandoned by their parents in fact one of the main reasons they want to work abroad is to ensure a better life for them but the long distance relationship can be much harder on children then it may seem they feel isolated. might feel depressed they
feel lengths. and they may be not having so much friends like this. according to official figures over eighty thousand remaining children have their parents working abroad but n.g.o.s are reporting much higher numbers reaching three hundred fifty thousand since most parents used to head off without notifying authorities the situation is they see here is specially when the mother is leaving. mainly for the smaller kids because they're very attached to their mothers and also all well. and especially when the girls sort of dollars sense and they need some guidance and support recently the government passed a law obliging all parents not only to notify the states when they head off to work abroad but to appoint someone to be responsible for their children in court while
they're gone but frankly with the average salary in romania barely reaching four hundred euros per month it's unlikely parents will stop looking for work abroad any time soon you got this going off party bucharest romania. and you know you can join you know neil at the top of the hour for the latest news headlines for now that's all from that maybe we'll be watching is in the world i do hope you have a great day. some people say that when it happens to someone in time not a very nice one the curtain falls down. at some point i could no longer stand it i decided to kill myself. even though i was scared of what i'd done i punched but i didn't understand where i didn't want a man raising his head and the woman should. run from him.
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