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to treat instead of the beneficial effects of these different medicines ending up to something wonderful. very often they're harmful effects and up to something terrible can pills so of all ills. or are we trying to mitigate life itself? i just think i was like i was just scared scare a little girl of 24. and like, didn't have to be so complicated the mob on how to have a message to any possible invader. but anyone who looks to get this done with bad intention, they will face what the united states has face today. america's hasty departure from afghanistan leaves the country in the hands of the very taliban regime. the washington promised to overthrow 20 years ago. by the chaos and bloodshed during the final days of the us military presence,
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the bytes administration continues to praise the outcome of america's longest war. just foreign powers race to get the loss of people out of cobble. hundreds of guns they once employed have been left without the protection of former interpreter, who worked for the british embassy tells us the case, betrayed its local stuff. it is a bit strange. i will put them in a very good way. i have been more than like, we had cause we didn't know i hello good to have you with us live for moscow. this is our t international on collaborate with the developments where across please this our that's going to stand, enters a new phase in its history. will be it under the same old taliban rule. the same re dreams that was in charge 20 years ago. the last us military flight took off from cobble on monday night, bringing to an ends. america's longest war. oh,
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oh. he remembers of the taliban inside the airport and some appear well equipped him what may be u. s. military gear? just a small part of the trophies, guarded from american troops. during the hasty retreat, abandon helicopters could also be seen inside hangers. the taliban now have full control over the countries key transport hub. it's witness chaotic and deadly seen since the medicine swept back to power across afghanistan. and now after 2 decades of the us military presence, the group has issued a very clear warning. more about how to put y'all was going to have a message to any possible invader. but anyone who looks to get this done with bad intention, they will face what the united states has faced today. there is something of a sense of relief here and that sense of relief isn't because the americans have gotten that that relief is being felt by diplomats but by civilians here. and that is that no more incidents took place as the evacuation was wrapping up at capital
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airport. the taliban went into the airport proper. merely minutes, minutes after midnight, minutes off the american troops, the last american troops ad capital airport. and then i've got his thought had taken off and off to for hours and hours we heard the rule of god and 5 machine gun we, we, we thought we'd had even had a large caliber far from all directions in the city. that was the taliban. celebrating laboratory godfather, they are now in control of the airport. they went in, they inspected the place, allegedly, they're now in possession of even more aircraft left behind by the ass guy military left behind by the united states and its allies. from what we've heard, many of the, the jets, the aircraft at the airport. what made dysfunctional so,
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so they were purposefully destroyed tide. go tangled with by evacuating american troops. nevertheless, the tyler, but he's celebrating and they held a ceremony at the airport saying that now we finally won. hungary love you by the way. thank god. first of all, i'd like to say that the gang sun is finally in every sense, free and independent, and our forces are control and the military and civilian parts of the airport. normal activity of the airport will start both in the civilian unit, as well as the military unit resume and see how much all of capital completely uncontested they are in control. of most of the i've gotten on there is only one province that is still holding out against the taliban. the, even that even that is surrounded as for the evacuation. what the united states has been saying, well, aside from them, praising almost the title by saying that they were helpful and useful and holding
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a firm perimeter around the airport. the united states sees this evacuation. what happened here as a success? this is been a massive military, diplomatic, and mandatory and undertaking one of the most difficult donations history, and extraordinary feet of logistics and coordination under some of the most challenging circumstances. imagine that we will continue our relentless efforts to help americans foreign nationals and atkins, leave afghanistan. if they choose, we work intensely to evacuate and relocate and work alongside us and our particular risk reprisals. we've gotten many out, but many are still there from the perspective of a humanitarian point of view. it is arguable that this was the success that, that trumping to be. because so many people, hundreds of american citizens, the load. never mind, you are a peon citizen. just yesterday we met people who had british possible to have
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australian passports. and that was just a small number of people that the, that we met. and they've all been left behind. they were unable. and even if, if they were able to get to the airport, they weren't allowed inside either by the time about or by the troops. then the nato troops there who wouldn't let them in the spot, them show and papers and passports they wouldn't let them in until they had prior approval forms and slips of paper as we heard from some people. so. so definitely many people have been behind desperate people who, who believe there is a real threat to their lives, to the security and safety of their families. and there is, it is absolutely clear. there is no idea among them how to get out the out of the country. what the future holds, whether the taliban will abide by the promise of amnesty. the taliban itself is said that yes, these people will be allowed to leave and molested the taliban of the obviously once international recognition. and that recognition will only come if they are now
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in a civilized manner if they allow people to leave. nevertheless, only time will tell if these people will be able to get out of i've got to start with the biting team, still painting the outcome of the 20 a mission as a success. there are 90, retired us generals and admirals, demanding that the defense secretary and joint chiefs of staff stepped down over the chaotic withdrawal. they've called it a reputational disaster and stress that it would fracture trust in the united states among its allies. the loss of billions of dollars in our advance military equipment and supplies fall into the hands of our enemies is catastrophic. the damage to the reputation of the united states is indescribable. we will be seen for many years as an unreliable partner in any multinational agreement or operation. trust in the united states is irreparably damaged. it's not just retired top brass or speaking out, some acting service personnel are also voicing their anger and
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a paid a price for doing so. one senior us marine has been dismissed after accusing the government of botching the afghanistan pull out speaking in the wake of the cobble apple bombing, stewart shell posted a video on social media that went viral. reason people are so upset on social media right now is not because the marine on the battlefield. let someone down, people are upset because they're senior leaders, let them down, and none of them are raising their hands and accepting accountability are saying we mess this up. all of these people are supposed to advise, and i'm not saying we've got to be in the in afghanistan forever, but i am saying, did any of you throw your rank on the table and say, hey, it's a bad idea to evacuate our gram airfield strategic air barriers before we evacuate, everyone. did anyone do that? and when you didn't think to do that, the thing when raise your hand and say we completely messed this up. just hours after posting that class left tenant, colonel shallow said he had been relieved of duty over a lack of trust and confidence in his ability to command. however, he didn't get an outpouring of support online. and on sunday he posted another
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video saying he's also resigning his commission, adding, i forfeited my retirement all entitlements. i don't want a single dollar. we also heard from former us marine corps intelligence officer, scott ritter, who thinks that someone needs to be held accountable. so that lessons can be learned. first of all, the issue accountability is 100 percent, correct? i mean we have a failure of policy that seems to be driven by political objectives that overrode operational reality. there has to be accountability or else there, there will be no lessons learned from this in this take. so on this point, a lieutenant girl sheller is 100 percent. correct. i take umbrage it to the way he got his message across. he was a really relief for cause because his job was to train young marines to be prepared to fight in future conflicts. his job was not to be critical of policies passed by is senior leadership to while i sympathize with his position,
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he had no right to do this a while. he was uniform and he was fired. justifiably so we cannot have a situation where military officers feel that they have a duty to be critically outside of the chain of command about policies. they disagree with her or else we'd have chaos, an anarchy. we wouldn't have will discipline military that we, that we need if we're going to actually, you know, maintain our, the national security states. meanwhile, republicans are calling for joe biden to resign or face impeachment over his handling of the afghanistan pull out party members. say the president failed at his job, left hundreds of americans and allies behind and made the world less safe because of his decision. his look at how biden himself reacted to the afghan crisis along the way. the mission to degrade the chairs tread about kind in afghanistan and kilo summer been
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lot and was a success. i believed that our presence in that ghana stan should be focused on the reason we went in the 1st place to ensure afghan stan would not be used as a base from which to attack our homeland again. we did that. we accomplish that objective force, take any questions or go ahead and ask janice and i'm not going to get in our jared deal. the president trump negotiated with italy was never a good time to withdraw us forces. if he succeeds in getting americans to walk through the 5 stages of grief,
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you know, we've seen him expressed the denial, the pounding of the fish. there's, there's an anger, a walking away from the podium when he's asked questions about afghanistan. there's a negotiation. well, maybe it can be not that bad. well, we'll see where we go with policy. there's, there's a depression, and right now it's less walk the american people over through the end of the process to acceptance. he also said terrorism as metastasized, and there's this excuse with the global war on terror to send more troops to more countries. so i don't think this is over because biden is doing this job as an actor is getting that emotional by. and i am very afraid that if, if biting successfully walks americans through this emotional process, he is going to be able to suck us in. do a sustain global war on terror that could last another decade. after seizing power,
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the taliban announced the general amnesty and i've got to stand for all citizens, including officials who worked under the previous government. but with report growing a taliban reprisals, anyone with links to foreign forces might be in danger. right now we spoke to a former interpreter who worked for the british embassy and cobbled during the 20 year campaign. he asked that his name and location be kept secret. rehab a lot of the government because the government we never thought of we will in the situation when be for us. i don't know why did it look like white and without protection without almost one week or more than that? i don't have an issue. i must keep changing way my place. we went from the scheme from the government and i went to the airport, but we couldn't even touch it because the problem i was there and they were feeding
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people like saying if i'm thinking doing an action before that me by a piece but also send me an envelope with this, even though i think i tried money call them even the the they have to show on another when i know what to do, but they are not getting the response. i lost everything with the hope of the the i will, i will, bye. latoya buttons are deployed extra guards around cobble, apple, the only i covered or out of the country after last week's bombing, which killed at least a $170.00. the last tall through a crowd throwing bodies into a nearby open sewer. people have been gathering at the apple for days, trying to flee the taliban return, though that former interpreter again talk to us about the blast and accuses the
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british government of betraying the local staff. from one a, one kilometer away. you can smell the blood a plus i saw by my own eyes, the body. i saw there. what is my way? i'm going to bid, and you couldn't, couldn't even walk it with a lot of what is inside the water. i'm not on the wall. that's a very good of interest in the attic. wouldn't be clued then there were no 40 and so do i did inform the can be i didn't inform you. ok about it before this happened. but after that, the time was too late for it is a bit res. i will put them in a very good way. i had been more than like, up the 1st day when the, the clear, you know, we would not we will not the on those people who will
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be both not hanging over the government options, but i don't think and babies start searching how's the thought going occupied my house and they are going to tell me all i can do the 9th and sort of by monday. i know that like i'm not on on my car. we don't know if they help us. we believe that the other one will be most that's why they're not even they're not even talking with us. let suicide bombing a cobble airport is highlighted once again, the severe danger posed by islamic state despite the loss of a so called kind of site 4 years ago, r t met russian terrace suspect 2 claims he was tricked into fighting for iceland, syria by the british secret service in an interview with our correspondent alia patricia as a matter ivers off, made some damage allegations against the u. k. government. so i'm going to leave
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you with this our, with this in depth report the we set off for russia's once troubled southern regent cold. doug, it's done now most the famous in the west for being the homeland of mixed martial arts star hubby, montgomery of the we've managed to get access from the authorities to someone who used to fight right on the islamic state frontline, inferior shoulder to shoulder with jihad and is claimed to have been the only fighter in his group to survive the enemy air strike ah august on the biggest, free trial detention center behind my shoulder, many suspected terrorists. a lot of them were eventually convicted, went through this massive facility in hotch. go on, who's the interview we were looking for appeared very promising to us after all the temple from law enforcement was. he's ready and
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willing to talk we've been given permission to talk to the terrorist suspect inside the detention center. so we're waiting for our chance to hear his story. plus we already found out the man had spent a while inside rock of serial. formerly the so called capital of ice. and you don't call a city that for nothing. the a doing my job. and they told us how to hold the sword and how to chop off
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the market when people like animal. that's how people are treated. so 6 years ago he was in rocca. in august 2021. he was awaiting trial on several terrorism charges. as a month i vazo $33.00 born in doug, it's done some of what you're about to hear me. sounds like typical words of excuse, from a fighter looking for a softer punishment like he's playing the victim part of the presto ocean, municipal stuff has been submitted yet, but it is just going to be removed or there was a motion, but you'd probably be surprised to know that as
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a man wasn't talking about those who recruited him to join iso or above the commanders that had been giving out orders in syria in a voice of despair, he was accusing u. k. citizens of betrayal, claiming it was british intelligence operatives that had completely ruined his life . we cannot properly verify as a mad story or make any conclusions even though he did provide the russian police with some evidence of his claims and even showed us elements of it. but definitely his version of events, at least, deserves attention. so almost 10 years ago. first of all and indeed says as amount he, his wife and kids were happy with their new lives in the u. k. with their new home
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and the city of lester with new job opportunities all until the family went to visit their relatives in germany. which coincided with an absolutely dreadful act of terrorism in paris. perfect simple. now surely handle a sheniece. the learn a little chicken doesn't replace a little dog. gorgeous. and he claims that those who interrogated and searched him introduce themselves as members of the u. k. intelligence service weeks later he says, he began receiving phone calls from the same people who then insisted that they should meet during a potential trouble for his family. as a man agreed to meet for a conversation at a local police station. this he says he seek would be recorded on his phone and said, don line,
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we pay people for the time to do things off. is that something that you consider forward to trying to identify problems within the community? is somebody going in there and challenging or trying to speak to your members was full brain tree mystery. you've just heard it right. if the recording is authentic, it proves his claims. but the operatives, he says he's already seen at the airport, asked him to spine on muslims in lester mosques, according to as a man, the offer came after the men fried to build trust in a lengthy frenzy chance. but he told them he'd much rather stay away from such dealing. the phone calls, however, didn't, and there, at the next meeting came a much more serious proposal. as a match says, he was asked to go point islamic state stronghold and syria and spy,
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or the unfortunately, as a mat says, he was not a able to record that conversation. so this is your initial teaching of miss watson says that you would have a preferred 54 e d, e and all of us with it as a matter points out, he was promised that he wouldn't have to fight for school. and so risk is like because he to be a trainee upon arrival. he also says one of the conditions was that he'd be evacuated at home after 3 months of spying the big reward. and also the alleged persistence of the intelligence recruiters made as a mat agreed to become a british spine. he firmly maintains, that was the reason he ended up alongside care was to syria. the reality on the
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ground shocked him, according to as a matter soon after joining vigil hottest. he was forced to take part in i sole military ops, which appeared to be doomed from the onset salute by the d. y goes to my whole chain and if i digital, i mean, can you still have someone in the us? josh, the most of the show us solution he claimed he continued to be called up permissions and when he wanted to get in touch with his supervisors in the u. k, to complain they disappeared from messengers. as a match says, he felt completely abandoned by those checks
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and so on. one of the armed ops he allegedly never wanted to be part of as a matter was head and horribly injured in a drone strike. he says he was the only survivor in his group in making a bunch of national, punish social initiatives and having lost all hope for help from the u. k. as a met says he spent months trying to escape syria while barely being able to walk. although initially he says he was preparing for his inevitable death. yes. well, we're just going to get as much says, it's
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a miracle that he eventually began to recover and did find his way out of syria on his own. the think documents which 1st help them reach the later became the cause of his arrest there and further deportation to russia. he says, where he ended up is absolutely his own fault. but at this point he wouldn't mind looking into the eyes of the brits. we'll legit, the scared him with their persistence dragged him into the worst nightmare of his life and supposedly for him in a disgraceful manner. so it's best to stay with me. jamie was with me to read mister, but also i knew i knew you said that i have a little sense of the
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we have come all the way to my home town about 40 kilometers away from the regions capital. that's after getting in touch with his mother who still lives here. but for years she was completely unaware of the fate of her son. we were welcomed by a decent, educated and hospitable family. surely it's only natural that as a mat smother. not be staunch, believed her son's story. yeah,
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i need to know that it was there. belinda should then him good because you only she'll come up at the shoot at the show, but don't feel any will to that thread. mitchell was nimble. mr. bonnie was somewhat unusual when he's over unusual on brucely group. i gotta push no mess on bill to those one yet the all new will get them to come to the new visions. so she most cousin tuck dangly. nicole who got a thought militia and which he only more thing, but mostly able much of what you will so now on the some, i don't know which he only which number of when the, which is not, you know, difficult, could not be sought, says she can understand how the big some allegedly offered by the british intelligence could have tempted her son, a young bread winner for the family. but still, she firmly believed that as
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a man feel victim to psychological techniques. if not outright pressure, when agreeing to take the job, she has an emotional message for someone that she's never seen or known. but who is claimed to have recruited her son. that cookie was leveled not over, but the really processing need to you, but you are the just keep but almost all the food and i didn't cry is due to what the status, what you are supposed to be on come. we will not usually we will to the probably about the must 30 leave with them on the car was little what was you to your her to cover see him so new thought on you for the also know what the key sub lazley would pick. you know, shine yes. really. so far our request for comment on all the allegations and as a med story has been ignored by you case,
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my 6, this is where my life began. but the twists and turns of his fate put him back to dagger sin, and he will have to bear the responsibility for all the decisions he made. however, all he and his family want right now is for us to be able to go on with his wife without syria. i saw, or you kay's intelligence with it we up to try and go r t rushes republic of douglas don ah ah ah.


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