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the shocking revelations of a forgotten iraqi city mosul once victorious and its liberation from islamic state now left for dead and in ruins a correspondent and video agency look at how life has brown to a halt. the out of i challenge any member of parliament to live in the conditions we're currently living in here i bet they are even afraid of entering the syrian. also in this monday morning's headlines and verified video online and largely shows the last fight of a russian pilot who tried to fend off syrian terrorists off his jet was shot down on saturday. and a german court bans the muslim call for prayer after an elderly couple complained their religion and religious beliefs were being violated.
it's midday here in moscow and you're watching r.t. international live from our studio with me india chinda welcome to the program kilometers of rubble thousands of forgotten bodies the chapter of mosul's victorious liberation in iraq has closed and another is now open video agency ruptly has filmed the grim reality of recovery in the once tormented islamic state held city a warning now that it does contain images of a very upsetting nature. how many bodies have you removed since you started working in this area approximately five hundred. more years in houses and all their odds.
are i don't i challenge any member of parliament to live in the conditions we're currently living in here i bet they are even afraid of entering this area they have no idea how horrible the smell is or how critical the medical situation is. we haven't received any kind of aid since things. months ago on one occasion didn't receive a small box of. food nothing. going in the studio and now is our senior correspondent jeff who is witness to the battle unfolding in mosul. at the same. what are the things that stood out most for you. well the thing that still stone stands out is that they're still digging out bodies seven months after the battle of mosul ended and there's no end in sight these
rescuers a ads a day in day out it's just this time around we got around to filming it but worth mentioning that this video in particular is very distressing it's always this way when it comes to children but i was back in mosul just when the bodies began to rot and i don't think i'll ever forget is the smell that was beyond sickening beyond nourishes there were entire districts in mosul where you could hardly breathe oh worth mentioning the mother nature in seven months of job and the smell is still there it just isn't as bad as it was before at least on the surface the true heroes here of the rescuers who sifting through all this you know this toxic and lethal pile of rubble they breed to get to these bodies to clear mosul and look at them
there so desensitized that they aren't even wearing breathing mask to even rags the jobs the mosul the very scarce women's does scarce is buildings that are still standing what you described to mark is a pretty heavy riff ache. a traumatic scene there and it's obviously clear that it had a huge effect on you. you described a whole range of difficulties with any other problems that were highlighted. bombs unexploded bombs dropped by u.s. led coalition jets as they bombed isis that failed to explode on impact shelves mines there's also isis suicide vests and booby traps that they've left by the wall of this. still waiting for the kids to come and play and destroyed houses on wreckage for rescue is looking for bodies and clearing away the rubble for homeowners coming back to you know look through their destroyed homes to try to
salvage something this is all still there rescuers tell as every day almost they get several new casualties coming into the morgues new victims of the battle of mosul seven months since it's finished but we were there from the onset from when us that coalition jets soared into the skies to bomb isis day in and when it got a little bit safer we went close and saw firsthand what these explosions causing and we saw for ourselves the price of the liberation of mosul. civilian casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation. do
you agree that some of the the high level of i think ridiculous standard that we had previously is now created this. behavior by isis that they now realize that they take human shields are going to avoid being struck and that actually this is adding to the problem and i do believe vanished. and our sensitivity to civilian casualties and their exploiting man and i do agree that as we move into these urban environments it is in become more and more difficult to apply extraordinarily high standards for the things we're doing although we will try.
to bring street all but destroyed the streets across. the street over there is the same story wherever you look. there are still look how close bodies very all this rubble and no one mills how long it will take to get rid of. let me show you west mosul now a wasteland the city for intents and purposes has been erased and there is little or nothing left so it's no surprise people don't want to return and they would rather live in tents. on one issue i was really excited to return to my home and see it now when i see it in this state i wish i'd never come back. and i feel
completely destroyed i don't feel like coming back to this home i've lost all hope of living here after seeing all this devastation. this was iraq's second largest city founded thousands of years ago and it's been a pillar of religion architecture and culture ever since its reconstruction will never be the same if it even happens and its population will be massively diminished official sources the iraqis and the u.s. have all vastly understated the sheer volume of civilian suffering and death a thousand they said investigative journalists put the figure around ten thousand a senior health chief in mosul who didn't want to be filmed told us the number is much higher. than this book alone contains the names of seven thousand victims
i have four or five of these every day we got two or three more bodies victims of new explosions. so where does iraq even begin and who will help foot the bill the answer is simple if given the choice no one it will take tens of billions of dollars to rebuild mosul alone and there's a more pressing issue to deal with first the bodies the iraqis hoped the u.s. led coalition would help resurrect mosul since its bombing campaign created much of this destruction the americans and bluntly said no we freed you will spend two hundred odd million dollars fixing the pipes but aside from that you're in your own. as a coalition we are not in the business of nation building or reconstruction we must ensure that our respective nations precious and limited resources are devoted to
preventing the resurgence of isis and equipping the warring torn communities to take the lead in rebuilding their institutions and returning to stability and the civilians in mosul the desperate and hopeless few that have returned have nothing she's never hungry i'll get a lot of you know she be going to school my mother said i was in march. what else is there to do in mosul like she seven was and just really don't like hollow questions that to me that if she ever put that to him. that was talking about the unthinkable revelations of the situation on the ground in mosul after months and the terrorist will he has requested a comment from organizations.
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