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least length. eleven headlines this hour a wave of fire bombings hits sweden just weeks before parliamentary elections prompting intense speculation over who started the well organized attacks. from the security . here is a former cia director john brennan citing his erratic behavior and also threatens a number of other former officials with the same measure. also to come armed gunmen stormed a really train teligent center in kabul with the city still mourning thirty four
people killed in wednesday's suicide bombing at a school by islamic state and if the economic standoff between ankara and washington gets worse turks vent their anger by smashing up their i phone. hello welcome she's gone midnight here in moscow good to have you company you're watching international. now more than one hundred cars have been set ablaze across weeden three weeks ahead of the september elections there it's believed the fire bombings were coordinated. takes a look now at the timing of the arson attacks and how they are staking tensions ahead of the election so. it's not even dark people look out their windows and see this. i.
i i i the first train of thought locals are just completely baffled and can't squeeze out a word a few moments later the erupt in sheer fury and they scream. their next thought is it even safe to leave their homes now the hooded dogs go up on the ground mostly cars they know what they're doing they know how to do it the our team in the last few days there were almost identical scenes everywhere you see of flame i can swedish media see it. at least about one hundred cars are now burnt out pieces of metal police have made a number of arrests but basically the country still in the dark about who's behind the menace was overthrown for it. you can see.
it from there. in about three weeks swedes will be voting for their new parliament well now politicians there have more things to worry about than stuff like their election promos for the most any custom have the question has to be asked of those people out of this one to hack who are you doing what do you think you are born as you destroy the whole area for the neighbors for the children on their way to a free school you have to see burns out because we're going to be hard response from society any of us are somewhat strong words but not as emotional as a society which clearly wants the ones in charge to get it sorted. such neighborhood disasters don't come out of nowhere when it comes to all kinds of street crime lately sweden's been getting less and less safe because i was attacked
by my people and they took my wallet and bike stolen there are increased number of shootings it's gotten worse in every way the police man said that he had never experienced anything like this for changed. it is not the sweet and tender and when the years of ignoring the trends backfired literally with flames some of the swedish elite chose not to talk about the state rather they came up with conspiracies or in other words pointed the finger at right wing extremists some quote unquote dark forces. they want the elections to be about arsons they want to. all discussed and fear i hope the whole thing is not orchestrated by the dark forces that threaten our democracy and our independence. last night's events with my mom left before the election were well organized would not surprise me if
the extreme right were involved in some way a false flag by the extreme right version is popular among some journalists to. visit inside desperate peer v sticks playing the attacks including blaming them on pressure in strength to ferment the press before the election. sweden democrats sympathises are running around in the suburbs burning cars in a coordinated action to direct criticism of the suburbs population in the hope of favoring s.d. to make sure sweden can dodge any russian efforts to screw up its election stockholm has even splashed out on the media so that they could wipe out the neverending fake news that was only to be hit by a wave of homegrown conspiracies before the police had at least something solid for the public ilya patrolling co r.t.e. . or swedish police to say that similar attacks have happened in several towns in
previous years but on a far smaller scale we spoke to the swedish democratic campaign can't cut off whose party has sparked controversy with its anti migration stance and he says that people are starting to realize the country isn't a safe as they thought. the situation in sweden has started to seep out in the international arena when people suddenly realize whoops sweden is not a nice little safe country thought it was but now realize what the hell happened to sweden and so this has been on for a long time and we have made your arsons unwired many years back i just saw some statistics that. the arson attacks in cars with intent. has gone up from twelve to thirty percent from one hundred sixty seven to one thousand five hundred cases a year or something and i mean it's been going up in actual numbers too.
now the former cia chief john brennan has hit back a half to donald trump revoked his security clearance running claims the president simply can't take criticism that's why the president revoked my security clearance to try to silence anyone who would dare challenge him mr trump's claims of no collusion in a word hogwash. is that many other officials could nash suffer the same fate with more details his. exercised my constitutional authority to deny mr brennan access to classified information sara sander spoke to press and she said the decision to revoke brennan's clearance was based on his erratic conduct and behavior of defending the move as an effort to secure classified info from someone who has helped foment division in the past and clearly has very partisan leanings the most divisive president an individual who basically portrayed his nation he
routinely lies betray the women of the f.b.i. he deceived and betrayed the american public and he misrepresents the facts and reality is a betrayal of the nation but this is not abnormal president john brennan left his position as director of the cia back in january twenty seventh team and he now serves as m s n b c's senior national security and intelligence analyst but this whole debacle began last month when senator rand paul called brennan's motives into question asking if he had been profiting off of his clearance by divulging secrets to the mainstream media his exact words he even met with trump asking him to revoke the clearances of not only brennan but a few other prominent political figures i'm a valuating action with respect to the following individuals james clapper james comey michael hayden sally aids susan rice and german cave peter struck lisa page and bruce or security clearances for those who still have them may be revoked the most important things that have happened in u.s.
politics in recent years is there's been a realisation that everything is political in other words that the federal bureau of investigation the cia the n.s.a. all of these u.s. agencies are not about politics it's very apparent when you have figures like brennan and komi intervening in the public debate that these organizations and individuals operate with very considerable politics they are clearly very i'm the trend has been. long when they were in office and continue to be now i think that's very problematic for the united states because what it means is that . these these institutions that were once seen as being fair or just arbiters of the law all being questioned i think it's a good thing that they're being questioned because they haven't been fair and just but it's also very disruptive to the american system as. the u.s.
says that economic sanctions against turkey will remain in place even if ankara releases an american pastor being held on suspicion of terrorism offenses that's after both sides impose further tariffs on each other meanwhile some turks have chosen to smash up their i phones in protest at washington's economic warfare. through the not very. good one of the food. they have not proven to be a good friend they have a great christian pastor there is a very innocent man or stepping in on turkey side has been cast which has just approved fifteen billion dollars in aid to prop up the turkish economy has done
quarter has been looking at how the decades old alliance between the u.s. and turkey is being tested to breaking point. country was built the entire entire roof so no leading goes to great tree deals as opposed to the horrible food trade deals the drawing heritages your president of the country should not be allowed to come in and steal who will greet you and me. what countries could he mean are stealing could be turkey the country's lira shed a quarter of its value against the dollar in just one week after trump's tweet about doubling existing tariffs investors are running away screaming inflation surging and turkey's leadership is bracing for an all out trade war the reason for such a calamity against an old nato friend was ankara's refusal to release an american pastor accused of both terrorism and espionage it's punishment time for a rebellious ally that tariffs that are in place on steel would not be removed
with the release of castor brunson and president heard a wand lashed out in defiance calling the u.s. move an attempt to force turkey to surrender and make them a slave to the greenback but turkey is just one example of how the trumpet administration treats longtime allies in fact many of america's friends have already been forced into the fray in a war of tariffs and sanctions canada had heavy steel and aluminum tariffs imposed earlier this year and trump perhaps thought the stars and stripes needed some protection from its northern neighbor who didn't take too kindly to it that it's kind of insult to move forward with retaliatory measures on july first applying equivalent tariffs as if that wasn't bad enough the u.s. .
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