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[000:00:00;00] ah, ah, you're working a weekly on, on national the ton about surrounds cobbler port with extra poll says foreign countries race against time to about to make that troops on citizens to meet the end of the month deadline. the, the extra security comes off to the apple was rocked by a suicide bomb attack on the day, which claimed least $170.00 lives,
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including 13 us marines. and hundreds of people was also left in just following 20 years of one trillions of dollars spent on the veteran voices that i'm at. how the situation in the country has unraveled so far. just even invading up dana fan was radio taylor, historically no one has ever able to conquer up data. we're just going to continue to make the same big mistakes and we're just being used for the will a, b, m i, c. and i bring you our pick all the biggest stores of the past 7 days. this is the weekly life from moscow. the title company stops in the us has warned, it's highly likely that will be another explosion. and the african capital within the coming out was even a deadly blast,
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and called earlier this week claimed the lives of at least 170 people. a warning the following footage contained some graphic images. the the so the belinda was looking to do a walk the suicide bombing happened an entrance to the airport where counts were waiting in line to be processed to fly out the blast pool through the crowd and bodies were thrown into a nearby sewage rain. people had been messing up the fight for days, trying to flee the ta ta bonds, return on teams more accounts. their reports from the tragedy tone kept anti terror
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. aides across the city are continuing. security measures have been beefed up as not as much as they can be. so the taliban is still conducting door to door searches, anti terror rates across the seed. you trying to identify to detain, to catch more isis, members from off a dozen to a dozen ice supporters were detained, arrested around couple 3 of them had the pictures published by the taliban. and the taliban is promising to put a stop to, to stamp out, to put an end to ices presence here in capital around of gotten this done. but this is something they say they will only be able to do what the united states leaves. so the threat level is, is very high, both the taliban in the united states and the allies expect the expect the i splinter. so i just came to strike again, especially given how much cottage their last attack caused perhaps publicity for
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them. this is exactly the taliban says what they want. they want to discredit the taliban. they want to get people on their side. say only we can provide you with security as we are the true gods people here. and i've got to stop. they say that the taliban is, is too weak. it is to westernize that it has lost its edge. nevertheless, the united states as also acted maximum security measures at the airport around several checkpoints, in area has been kid. if people tried to get to close, warding shots are flawed both by the taliban, by us troops that flashback with a gas is used if, if the crowd gets out of control. but things are also desperate for ordinary people . there that includes people who work with us forces with nato forces, with the embassies diplomatic stuff. people who still haven't been able to get out, never might get out. they still haven't been vetted or approved for evacuation. they haven't been able to contact anyone. they haven't been able to secure
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arrangements for their families. so certainly with just 3 days left for people to get out of of got his thought and, and the crowds, the queue huge. there is a sense of desperation. we spoke to ali hasanti who was in cobble apple, when the tragedy happened to dave in to the airport of cobbled i was in standing on to get i will need to get to and they used to. so i was very close to like 5 minutes away. i just there was like 45 minutes. they had us and they had to run. there was looking look danish, people renewed iteration parliament, a difference of them. the type of the type of good they're willing do we're looking, we're suspicious. they didn't have what they was looking to the airport. they was looking to be used to 100 mentors when they get back to them to my line. i, when they get back to the line, elizabeth,
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the people look after one or 2 minutes. an explosion happened when they began. it was near it was near it lay 1st and away. an experience happened. first of the year, the gun for dick done the same as the gun was in the weekend when they get to the line, they use it to say it. i think those guys that there was behind the youth looking guns, i mean your camera have to use through. they call the people that stay away, stay away with people that didn't move. that doesn't mean they are joking because they did distinct money pants. they was always in jeff davis and in the us started tubing, gas, gas, and smoke. when the people the day, you know, they to like 6 to 7 gas and people, the people who really need to gets dangerous. i saw there was like 5 predict form
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in danger. difference was born and it was sitting there was lying on the grounds. tragedy left hundreds of people injured with many reading hospital treatment numbers still remain in critical condition. we spoke to one survivor who described his experience the name i had applied for the visit, the furnace invited us to come near the door. i was near the gate when the explosion occurred. i saw myself fall into the ground and when i stood up, i told the dog lost one side of my abdomen and then they brought me to the hospital is one of the wounded. c, i s a splinter group behind thursday's, a cock has been active and you're not going to start on pakistan. and launch a stoppage campaign of bloodshed when it was founded back in 2015. with more details, his equal tunnels, the dreaded name of ice. it had all but vanished from international headlines. but now, amid the afghan power vacuum, the terror group has apparently struck again. the double strike right outside
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couple, airport killed dozens. american politicians had been warning, an attack was inevitable, but to no avail. every day were on the ground is another day. we know that ice case seeking to target the airport attack, both us and allied forces and innocent civilians. as we conduct these operations, we are sustaining the highest level of vigilance for an attack against the airport by isis k or another terrorist group, or commanders on the ground have taken every step they can to prepare for such an attack. isis k is an afghan off shoot of the same. the tory it says. lama state terror group. it's based in correson. hence the letter k in the abbreviation with over 2000 g. hardy's committed to its terrible cause. the group targets have ghana stones most vulnerable.
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the the if you think this may have been isis case law strike at the exiting foreign troops before a happy union with the taliban? well think again. the 2 groups are sworn enemies with the taliban just not radical enough in the eyes of isis k. the islamic emerett strongly condemns the bombing targeting civilians at coco airport. the explosion took place in an area where us forces are responsible for security. the bottom line is isis k presents
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a massive security and reputational challenge for the taliban. given the taliban attempts to look more civil, humane and legitimate, we could conceivably soon see. i mean, strange as it sounds, a taliban lead anti terrorist operation or isis k might become the perfect pretext for the us to negotiate at least some presence in talib, uncontrolled galveston. we did hear about this group, for example, and i believe, april 2017 when trump and essentially authorized the pentagon to drop the mother of all bombs in eastern afghanistan, i believe in the none go har province on isis k. but the roots of this group and its existence is poorly understood. and of course, when we hear these press briefings at the pentagon, there's very little context. this group actually is a direct byproduct of the us invasion and occupation of afghanistan. it grew out of
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the pockets donnie tallow bonds, who were disgruntled tolerable members, who wanted to carry out attacks on us targets inside pakistan and afghanistan. one of their most spectacular attacks was on camped camp chapman, u. s. military base where they used a c. i turn coat to attack us soldiers. there are several. busy other attacks on american assets and this all led to a rise of terrorism inside pockets on directly on which was widely suspected of being used by the african government, backed by the u. s. against pakistan turned into isis k. as the clock counts down to the august 31st withdrawal deadline, if activation efforts continue with countries racing to get the last of the nationals out. well, there is, he sobbed in the african army police and the western parts government also desperately searching for any exit route. as they now said, passed to que shouldn't. from the ton upon the court's promise, they sweeping amnesty or rock video agency talk to a man who saw does
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a special forces officer onto the previous government about his own mom. and i had always wanted to join the military and say, when i graduated from school, i did and i received training at the academy of special forces and cobble unit was deployed to areas where i was fierce fighting police officers would call us in as reinforcements when under heavy fire and it looks like we don't have a future now that the government has fallen. i call them as nomic emerett to establish a stable all inclusive government. as soon as possible, we must all shake hands now and rebuild our country on our roads. the biggest concern i have is my children. we studied, we got an education, but what will happen now if the situation continues like this, it will all be hopeless if the government employees don't go back to work the future, the country will be in peril. currently, the universities and schools are closed and we are concerned about our children's future thought pain. marines killed and thursdays attack what the foss,
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death of us personnel, enough kind of stone in 18 months, and one of the largest daily death tolls in a decade. it's the veterans voicing that anger a how the current situation has played out. we heard from 2 x, obviously the real failure of this war enough can expand or whatever you want to call it. a conflict was explicitly pointed out in the papers where a lot of generals basically spoke about the fact that there was no mention. they had no mission, they didn't know what they were doing there, and they didn't know what they were going to do in the future. anyway, so yeah, so of course i think, i think not pulling out of just even invading dennis. sam was a radius taylor. historically no one has been ever able to conquer up, down. people are offset with people. i talked to r a re it's completely budged. there is no. ready political will, and there is still americans trapped in afghanistan and still haven't been able to
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get to go. and as far as lessons learned from, i mean other previous words. i mean, if we haven't learned from vietnam, if we didn't learn from, you know, from iraq and early 2 thousands. i mean, we're just going to continue to make the same big mistakes because they were not the ones that are pocketing the mit and were just being used for the will of the m i c. and that's and that's what i'd say about that. i c, k is not the only function capable of carrying out such attacks. the warning from the asked on the national resistance front, which controls the punch of body and area now seen as the heartland of the anti taliban opposition. its foreign relations head believes the terror threat in the country right now, even higher than it was 20 years ago. a warning they're all graphic images. i had it could be, i says k, but we think there are, there are other elements. 1 plan the attacks might have perpetrated such attacks against us soldiers and was
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a terrorist attack on the watch of the taliban. a group that says we are able to provide security. and now in one day we see numerous terrorist attacks happening on the watch. unfortunately, international terrorism and get us on as much stronger compared to 2001. this is something that the national resistance front of afghan is on, has been saying for the past year. we believe the international community should help our efforts to combat to national terrorism. and again, in 1900 on the, to the international community, abandon the dentist. and we saw how afghanistan became a haven for terrorists groups. the same will happen if the international community abandoned that into 2021. there's no hose threat towards everyone. no one is an exempt, and terrorism is after every state, whether it's part of the western world or the eastern. the town of bon is still
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viewed as a terrorist organization by most countries, it spokes person outline their objectives to us now that they've seized back power . the gimme which, sorry, really sorry about what happened a couple airport for our part. we've taken measures to avoid these unwanted events . of course, the responsibility lies with the americans. they tell people to gather at the feel they say we will take you out. there was hustle and bustle. the americans opened fire at people many what trampled in it. crushed many died by august the 31st. the americans must have played the evacuation of their employees. the mo maitland s for the pansies head, it's not a big problem. there were only 2 people to who would like to continue the war. amory la stella and afterward my suit. we repeatedly appealed to magnitude to resolve the existing problems through negotiations. and there is no need for
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military confrontation. we've not received an answer to our calls, and that's not a problem either or on force as a station nearby pension. here to keep the situation under control mo and believe the current situation is entirely dependent on the afghans and no one else. even not going to become a threat to the states bordering us using the g o strategic factor. we have good relations with tajikistan is back as many as tom packets. donna bron china. i can assure our neighbors that they should not fit any threats home or damage from our territory. the belly has the drugs. we have a far reaching plan to prevent drug production. currently, about 3000000 afghans rejected and drugs. this is this side phenomenon for us. we'll try to nullify the cultivation and production of drugs in 2001 the cultivation and production of opiates would not eradicated work in this direction as well. in some provinces,
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the sewing and collection of drugs is still ongoing. and here we need cooperation. not only with the countries, the region, but also with other interested st went ahead painful reminders of the past, what he calls that whistle, blowing all pipes on, i've kind of gone to really expose a multitude of problems over the years would be us. and that mission will have all the details on that. on the short break, the join me every thursday on the alex simon show. and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politics, sport, business and show business. i'll see you then. me what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy plantation,
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let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical of time. time to sit down and talk when i would chose the wrong, why don't just don't the rules? yes to see out the thing because the african and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves well, the part we choose to look for common ground in the welcome back. as the crisis in afghanistan unfolds wiki,
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meeks is worrying attention to pulse revelations about america's longest war and a series of twitter. post the organization, republish classified us documents, which phosphates the public a decade ago. a box that we kinda found julian songs warned that the us intervention would be an endless was beneficial to only a few. don't a quarter picks up the story. the swift fall of the afghan capital cast a dark shadow over every sacrifice made in the fight against the taliban. but there is a man who tried to stop things from going down this road. his name is julian, a san, she's the co founder of wiki leaks, and behind one of the biggest revelations in u. s. military history. in 2010, the whistleblower group released the afghan papers for the 91000 leak reports that shed light on the grim affairs. the u. s. was for understandable reasons hesitant to share with the public
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the unvarnished ground level picture of the word of god has done that is in many respects more grief than the official betrayal of the biggest leaks in u. s. military history. a devastating portrait of the failing war in afghanistan. when these reports came into the public eye, washington's reaction was not to say, sorry, or even to try to deflect a guilt. instead it shifted the blame onto assad's calling him a criminal for apparently putting american lives in danger. what he likes, walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service. it is an attack on the international community liaisons engaged in terrorism. he should be treated as an enemy combatant. so
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a psalms put american lives in danger. when he showed the world how us soldiers actually killed innocent people, how publications documented their involvement in a case by case level in the death of more than 20000 people in afghanistan and more than 108000 people in iraq. and so when you want to distract from this, you just make the same accusation to the, to the person that is making accusation against you. wiki leaks determined that the 2006 operation medusa resulted in one of the highest civilian death tolls of the war. despite the shocking circumstances surrounding the event. it was poorly investigated. an american soldier was killed. they called him an ac 130 gunship. this is a c 130 cargo, refitted with canons on the side. it circled overhead and rained down shells the warlock say $181.00 enemy were killed. the logs also say there were no wound, little captured. it was
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a significant massacre. the afghan papers go on to suggest that the cover ups began with those actually carrying out the slaughter us soldiers reporting on their own actions, appeared to lump civilian deaths with the number of insurgency had killed. wiki leaks, revelations also shed light on special task force. 373, and a lead unit tasked with hunting down taliban leaders. many times though, they were involved in the killing of civilian men, women, and children, and washington later trying to water down the situation with misleading information about what happened. one example of this was when the task force fired rockets of compound quoting nefarious activity there, but it was apparently not the case. it does appear to be evidence of all crimes in this material. for example, is the task force free 73 high miles missile strike on a house which killed 7 children. nato later recognized the children's deaths they had caused,
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but said that initially they had no idea they were there. the colossal price american taxpayers paid needless suffering caused the fall of a corrupt, failed state. why did all this continue for so long? one answer is gigantic profits for giants of the military. industrial complex with stock returns from 2001 to 2021. for government contracted companies like lockheed martin and northrop grumman, totaling more than 1000 percent. it's one of many, seemingly inevitable consequences of what a san claimed is money making scheme of endless war to wash money out of a way out of your back into the head of a trend that in the goal,
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my goal is to have people wonder the west may want to bury the truth and condemn julian a song whose fate is still hanging in the air as he faces 175 years in prison. if extradited from a u. k. jail cell to the united states, the scale of america's problems and ask out and i've gotten a store has been revealed in 20 deep classified documents published by the us national security archive. one shows how issues work consistently and deliberately hidden from the public back in 2002, the defense secretary donald rumsfeld, was worried. the mission was drifting, but he never mentioned public. rather arguing that there was no point in negotiating with the remnants of the taliban more than a decade later, an american diplomat had the same concerns. the 1st question of did we know what we were doing? i think the answer is no. if there was ever a notion of mission creep, it didn't get this done. we went from saying that we'll get rid of ok. so they can threaten us to say we're going to end the television,
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then we said we will get all the truth the tell about works with then further to have in our exit strategy b. s. table government. and again, it's done. we have to say good enough is good enough. that's why we're there. 15 years later, the editor in chief of which he says, recent events in afghanistan to vindicate the group sneaks all those years ago to supported by all the revelations that came out of the documents published by week at least 11 years ago. some of them, of course, went from earlier period ca, documents, diplomatic cables, military documents, it all pain the, the, the truth, the true picture of what was going on and i'm kind of some 11 years ago. and it was somehow didn't register the, the lie continued, and that is the, the most of pricing seen about the, the current events basically is. and the thing clearly may seem media cars come to
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record with this. how was it possible for 20 years to maintain the like what was going on inside them? julianna's. and also said that the africa was being used to launder american and european monday. what, what did he mean by that? the trillion dollar plus the trillion dollars probably under estimate did go into us the military industrial complex, the, the private contractors like bankers who were supposed to be training the outcome, police, etc. it was a massive flow of money that went into the wrong pocket. it can only be called corruption on a large scale. on top of that, of course there's a, the, the corruption inside the sun where basically money was used as cameras on to, to come from the fire or there were no logs could on the fire, just to gasoline being pumped on. the fire that does not create
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