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report to friends as it did in 2010. however, we still see it effect and here use of damage to infrastructure for an early warning system to work. since the units detecting from us should be near the, at the center of the population, should live farther away, giving them valuable seconds to react. but in places like haiti and california quakes occur in well populated places, that isn't an effect of warning system, which would give people time to prepare. it's 11 30 in the morning. moscow time this sunday watching the weekly normally we're going off and recap and the news of the weekend, the top stories and so many top stories. today, we're going to go full because there's a big breaking story. the african interior ministry saying the taliban has entered the country's capital. no, it was expected. it seems, had happened while the group claims it has ordered its fighters though the other side of this not to enter the city but to stay at the outpost there. the gates of the, if you like because they said they don't want bloodshed negotiations over. busy a
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peaceful hand over this reportedly underway with the government. this is what cobble looks like at the moment is fine. sunny day. there are no hint of what's happening there. the political term, all the taliban at the outskirts of that city, the government in the center of the u. s. embassy, there of course, has been a big lift up of late. 5000 us troops been brought in to try to protect us citizens that were told to get out quickly by any commercial planes that were available. people scrambling for tickets and to get the visa sorted out. not been totally successful that are causing a lot of people could do it if they didn't have the money they were offered. so desperate was a situation short term loans from the government to get back to america. anyway, if this news now is true, it means that if cobble falls, the militants will control every major city in the country, falling of rapid and decisive offense. as we've been following, you'll know,
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been watching us over the last week or so. meantime, the government officials play the situation is all under control, and there is no storm of the city just several hours after it captured another key city gyla bud cutting. cobble to the east. it was thought this was going to happen, this breaking news, this and it comes just an hour or 2 after the us special envoy to have got to start off islam is not to enter the city. it seems may be, we don't know what their motives are at the moment you say should new taking off. we don't know what the motive is at the moment. why the taliban say the hanging back there. but we're hearing the all around the city by some reports, i can confirm that, but a pretty good publication is saying that the city is surrounded. the tele, reportedly controlling every board post across the country as well. and the only way to get out of afghanistan is through cobble airport, as i was saying just now. and this can be less and less chance that of course, in the coming days,
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i guess we're going to be closely following the developments here in the store, in so many others to following that earthquake in haiti, etc. if you can't watch tv, go online with us r t dot com or check any of our social media. i'm kevin, and we go to a short break. this is our t international. ah . join me every thursday on the alex summon, show and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politics sport business. i'm show business. i'll see you then me my recent studies, 90 percent of all the my print thing for all these different programs never leaves . wall, right, so it just stays on walter, just saying here's an infrastructure bell, road tunnels, bridges,
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more than that for me when i'm in a position where they need to go on for what i want to do about what i was looking for the day join me. but it was easy, i got to get to the can put in the office me going to be as long as it doesn't work for you because that should the hello again. la from oscar. this is all into nice with me. kevin, this sunday, the 15th of august, there's a major breaking story. that's why we're rolling this out. to give you the latest,
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the african interior ministry saying in the last father, the taliban entered the country's capital kabul. while the group itself for the taliban ordered, it says it's fighters not to enter the city. however, negotiations over a peaceful hand over a reportedly underway with the government. this comes just an hour after the us special envoy to have chemist on august the islam is not to enter the city the well this builds on the rapid gains by the taliban throughout the week. early this morning, the group captured the eastern city of july about him since the reports came out as well. thousands of african soldiers, apparently fearing violent reprisals seeking amnesty from the taliban in the lodge . western city of harass we were talking about that yesterday. but you wonder what the future will be as well for a rough gone,
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the scanner stands presidents who's lost by the looks of it. the, the final goal, if you like, of what the taliban were after the capital on friday they took half gonna stance. the 2nd largest city kandahar, there's a miss minutes and groups that they sees hundreds of weapons and vehicles as well as large amounts of the mission in the city, which will of course help them on their way. meantime, the u. s. has started evacuating embassy stuff from the country. those live pictures from a cobble as a sunny day. when you're looking at it as a piece of television like this, i'm sorry that we should just know, but there's not a lot to see. at the moment it looks peaceful how long the piece will say everyone keeping their fingers crossed. while in fact, we are seeing some smoke coming in from the left side, the wall that is, but we saw american, she nuke, choppers, landing and taking off from the consulate, 5000 troops sent there to help get them out. another 1000 were drafted in such was the urgency of the situation that seems to have caught the u. s. a. nato,
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a lot of western countries off guard by the looks of it, but quite why that would be. what would think they could have seen this coming, but maybe not. you don't know what's going on behind the scenes. diplomats are also reportedly directed to destroy sensitive documents and computers before they left the camera. just putting in these live shots, it could go anywhere any moment, but as a say, a sunny day. as the u. s. lead ally withdraws of nationals who help foreign troops now say reprisals from the taliban. i mentioned that just now one group of outcomes with assisted u. k. forces rally illustrates the carbo storyboard on friday, demanding protection from the british government. perhaps their calls were heard. $600.00 british troops deployed that is safe guard u. k. nationals, they evacuated from the capitol as well as supporting the relocation of former africa and stuff. we spoke to one interpreter who worked for british and american
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forces. he asked to remain anonymous, the fear for his life. my family has listed to it's in the fall sometime my son be home was attacked twice. my father has been given warnings and threats many, many times my. my dad's name was called that his life will be severely at risk because he offered no one but 2 of his sons against the italian was recently one of the interpreter. his father was caught in a province. he was beaten very badly and he was asked to ask his son, who is an interpreter, to come in trace the issue the cause of detail about recently one of the interpreter who used to be an interpreter for the american special forces was assassinated by the time of the interpreters who have served for years and years
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terms, enough kind of tracing risk and benches. however, you can government instead of serving deadlines, bringing them to live in peace and safety with their kids or they are making excuses and new conditions put in place. only to reject cases, all i'm hearing from my colleagues is the big cases and reject it rejected. there was a number of cases which were told that they were good to go. they were even given in. there was sent an email confirming that when they were ready for the flights, they told me that they can dictate to the you to my brother, for support interpreter for the coalition forces. my brothers still enough to understand the british government is making a false accusations and excuses to withhold. not
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only my brothers visa, but many of interpreters who genuinely need the british government's help and are very high risk or strongly believed that the taliban will hunt down every or an interpreter who is. so if the partition american forces, it will be the african interpreters or who paid the ultimate force for recent events, the you and his warning many for under the 1000 civilians are the leave the homes. and i've got to stand since the start of the year with the huge spike since may many fled to cobble hoping for safe haven there. but you know, that's changed so much that i might look into some more reports that coming through . this is breaking. we're seeing one m p and cobble saying quote, i don't know where these people are going to go. there's no way to go aircraft flights booked from cobble today, the totally full in the person saying, you know,
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check with some friends who are going. there are a couple like 2 in the or any of the neighboring countries is simply no way out for a lot of people there at the moment as the taliban a holding back. we believe trying to negotiate some sort of way into that city to take the final stronghold, but to do it peacefully, they say that's what the taliban said. they say they do not want bloodshed. i'm saying reports, quoting the fact that they say they do not want to be responsible for any bloodshed as this last chapter if you'd like. the takeover take back of afghan has done all these decades on continues. well, we talk about these people go into cobble hoping for safe haven there. there are just some of the heart wrenching stories of the refugees had to tell us in the week have been displaced from telecom. the telephone killed my son. the took all the belongings from my house, i'm satisfied with them, and the punch me in the mouth,
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causing my teeth to fall out. they demanded my son and i told them that she's a school teacher. she recently became a teacher and had not even received his salary. had a class has broke out over taken hostage and the fighting went on for about $6.00 to $7.00 days. but we couldn't go outside and we managed to escape. and now we are displeased. this is a 1st break situation. we'll get as many get some as we possibly can to get you perspective, hopefully on the ground or and cobble as well. i think we're going to cobble, we're going to talk to sure, but not just the local journalists say you're on the line a minus to get a few words with the we can hear me. i just before we get to where you live on, off international. thank you for your time and you've got a loan on your plate at the moment. we told to a colleague of he was a fellow journalist about an hour ago. there were no reports then about the taliban having actually entered and got to the center of the capital. i'm seeing reports now. they are asked to hold back. and the official line from the taliban is telling the people there to stay at the outposts. if you like,
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not to go into the city, because i want to avoid bloodshed, they want to try and the go see a with the government will be successful. and what is the situation as you know it at the moment where you are? well thank you very much. a problem. save a ton of them on the 3rd, the audi scared of the call, but definitely direct shows, but i wanted to make a decision on stability of responsibility to the public adjuster last night. we last couple like done a lot to get a little bit to see why these 3 provinces are this to see if you are the district the, to the capital of got it this morning. i've got information on 2 different directions and i'll just get off the call. but i don't want to talk
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a lot to cobble on it because i did get caught up on how back from from college, you know, yet all report that the ability of 7 people hired are you off shows government show slide to do which i do some about and then to bill, and they will talk with the telephone about becoming a program. so i'm going to show it's a bit of a bad line. i'm afraid we're just about making what you say, but we want to go with it anyway because we appreciate you being on the line from cobble. the official talks in dough broke up 2 days ago. we'll unsuccessfully and we are here where we are at the moment. i'm seeing a line through the taliban later though, and it's been telling the reuters news agency, the taliban fighters have been asked to stand at the entry points in cobble and
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that their forces not responsible for any deaths or injuries in the africa and capital. so they're pretty clear if this is the the reuters is a good use agency. so i suppose we should go with that on face value. so here's something else. are you surprised to hear that they're holding, but they're so close to their goal? and the end of the very last minute the staying at the outskirts of kabul, y. why? because they probably, why does it take care of problems? is that a lot of responsibilities? every ton of on call without adequate because supplement, lots of could be happening. call lots of people could be killed one day, lots of houses or government government busy could be born or a good be alluded. that's why the local government, political parties on the installation fee goes and call the written form. they're
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trying to prevent from entering off the telephone to, to cobble because it is an important key, lots of people living here. we don't want to destroy the call, what you do with fighting. that's what college you need to be hand over to the government with a political sort them another military option. i witness is saying here, the minute call, little resistance along the way. that seems to be the case for the rest of the country as well, where they expect taking resistance in cobble or is it likely to be relatively easy trip to the center? now, what about chef gunny and his people, the government people? what's their fate likely to be know? what was a big meeting of the political g harvey lead us with them. any yes. a policy. according to my information, political parties on the institution,
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she goes to college. how force president going to hand over the government to a new into government? but there isn't any sales if the most are not clear, that's why show fee go off call about a bill hand over call. we'll do a government show line in the government. a company called before funding to be some point, i don't know what they should be. if you go to the you, you, you like you like know the most of the shops or blues behind of every bond. you lined up people waiting to take out your money really, we are feeling that we are and when we get back,
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why the call of on funding to get caught up on the same situation. but now you're a journalist. what, what do you think about this? your friends, your family, your neighbors. do you welcome this we hear from the taliban that afghanistan is a cobble welcomes the return there saying that, you know, the last 20 is, wasn't wanted by afghanistan. do you welcome the taliban? i mean, might be difficult. i don't when you get involved in something, you don't want to say absolutely keep yourself safe. but i mean, what's, what's the feeling on the street? and should we say, let's not get your personal opinion on whether you want them back or not. what is the general feeling and on your street? yeah, when i try to be yours that i'm working as a journalist in cobbling, i've done this done. i have, i grew up in the time and i've done a study. i remember the time of baton on, depending on what i wanted to touch on how to control off. i've done this 20 years
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back. i thought about tommy with the same yellow you with the same i guess it's really very difficult for you for the new generation and the 911. and i've done this on the impulse, both a system or the same ideology because in both got off the 20 or that we had the freedom and never got it. we don't, we didn't talk to you never got. we saw live, we knew that we, who we are, but the off the 20 years that we, we had all the apartments in the country. again, the telephone come with the same idea, have not changed. it should be, should be changed. this is brenda changing behavior which otherwise have gone on. we'll go to another country that there were plenty of job. jeffers are the local journalist from carbo. we wish you well. so for the rest of
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the day, stay safe and please keep us posted. if you can thank you for coming and making the time to be live with us here. thank you very much. but those displace we're talking about just now afghan seeking asylum may not be that welcome in european doesn't see much of a way out of the moment of the ones that are already got out and on route to india, so forth. as we were saying earlier on, if i try and get over to europe, it doesn't look so good. the blog currently at loggerheads of what to do with migrants and those fleeing violence. we've got a report next we brought in the week when correspondent paul asleep had got a teeth into this one. she delves into what happened to europe's open door policy. previously, european union is split what to do with african refugees speaking assign them. in the letter to the european commission, civil countries insisted they have the right to force to be deport those whose cases have been rejected. they vote that not to deport them,
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would motivate more refugees, to flee to europe. we would like to highlight the need to perform returns both voluntary and non voluntary to ghana. stan, stopping, return sends the wrong signal, and it's likely to motivate even more afghan citizen to leave the home for the e. u. the situation in afghanistan is deterioration. bobby, all, when it comes to the us and nato prepaid to what's called a troops at the end of the month. after decades long war, the situation is so bad that the netherlands, germany, and france have decided to cause the deportation to be for now. the situation in afghanistan is likely to change and events for the coming period are so uncertain that i have decided to introduce a more atoria on deputation decisions and departures. agrees, or stress belgian and denmark standing. they want the rejected,
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assign them because the e u is not really and does not have the capacity to kind of another major migration crisis. why your guns are waiting, make up around 10 to sit until asylum seekers. they're the 2nd largest group after syrians and for a continent still scarred by the migration crisis of 56 years ago. there was a feeling of a who, a feeling of having been they before. and has your opinions worried. they might be on the verge of a fish refugee crisis. those people who are here from a gun is done, they are not my, they're a few used and it's hot and. and that is why it is very important to remember at all best in countries have signed humor. i can mention a few you convention and they are duty bound to has anyone, not only of guns, but syrians are anybody who come to the, to their country. and as far as them,
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because you are in the country, are any conflict personnel tech to, to their life. so i think then the western countries say, oh, we don't care if a wider, if you go home or we do for them. i think this is a violation of humor. right. and we should do that kind of thing. just joining us for a good morning for moscow's nelly afternoon. 6 minutes to midday, but i'll breaking news big story this morning. tell me about not international. the african interior ministry saying that the taliban has entered the country's capital cobble while the group itself is saying that it's all that is fight is not to enter the city. it's at the cities boundaries, but they're holding back is the latest we, for fear of bloodshed seems that because they want negotiations over
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a peaceful hand over that so reportedly underway with the government at the moment . thought of i should have gone the president and the government. what's gonna happen there? will it seems. negotiations are underway with the taliban. they've met little resistance thus far. we hear this was pretty much expected that they would take couple, but it's confirmed, although they're not in the sense of the taliban saying we're holding back at the moment. so this now means the militants control, every major city of the country, i've got to start flowing a rapid and decisive offensive. as we've been reporting at the same time, we're also receiving unconfirmed reports of fighting in the north and the south of the capital. now we have some pictures like which is coming in from say we can show them no comey. thank you mike. that's the u. s embassy in kabul, afghanistan, you could see some smoke on the left hand side that's been reframe that. we couldn't see it later on. it could be something, could be nothing, but we are hearing fighting in the north and the south of the capital. the taliban
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now reportedly controlling every board post across the country is another development. the only way to get out of afghanistan is through cobble ad pool, but i'm seeing reports that basically all flights for the day are full and whether they can even fly out with all that going on below the security in a statement, the millison say they don't want to single innocent african civilian to be injured or killed as they take charge, but they have not declared to cease fire. we're going to be closely following all the developments on this story. the so much to tell you about plus earthquake in haiti as well. and an. 3 explosion elsewhere as well. let's just stay with that picture. yeah, that's an american helicopter. going in the cobblestone, a lot going on as evacuated the diplomatic quarter that the camera was looking onto that i'm but with more than a couple of minutes time, it's kevin, are with you taking you through this big breaking story and thank you for watching or to international as your new source, this out the
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the washing the way clear now it's in to national and those speak breaking news to tell you about in the headlines this sunday. a lot of news for this one big story. the taliban says it's in circle, has been confirmed to the african capital kabul. the militants rapid advance, the sweat, the country taking every major city. now, there was ongoing, brutal fighting and we could only save ourselves and fled to cobble. there is no food and no water. the families have very worried because they have no idea what to do. many other families, also flood and living in that condition that recorded before today's breaking news . now, while africa nationals who risk their lives assisting for military's now say they fit violent retaliation from the research and taliban, we speak to one former translator who is going to be concealed for his and his family safe.


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