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Afghan Vice President Survives Attack on Convoy

WBBM Programming

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Afghan Vice President Survives Attack on Convoy

"An Afghan official says that Afghanistan's vice president general Abdul Rashid Dostam escaped unharmed after Taliban officials ambushed his convoy while he was traveling from northern ball to neighboring. Zahn province is security guard in the convoy was killed in two others wounded in the attack Taliban militants attacked the convoy, two points for Taliban were killed and seven others. Wounded Taliban spokesman is claimed responsibility for the attack against

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"dostam" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on KOMO

"Dostam treacherous driving conditions day. After the note store now come the deep freeze uncurling jumped at an Auburn. On the east side it's freezing. And then some I'm Corwin Hake. Live as commuters make their day to land a lot of schools closed already for the day. Seattle included. We'll talk more about that. Just a few minutes. I hate PC news, five o'clock. Good morning. From ABC news. I'm Cheri Preston. President Trump getting ready to head to Capitol Hill tonight. The theme of tonight's state of the union choosing greatness. The White House says President Trump will focus on presenting an inspiring vision of American greatness and a call for bipartisanship in a divided congress. But that message may be a challenge with a new House Democratic majority seated in front of him and house speaker Nancy Pelosi seated right behind him. The president will focus a portion of his speech on immigration and border security, but it's unclear if held declare a national emergency in order to shift funds for a border wall. ABC's Karen Travers at the White House, the president's inaugural committee. Now facing federal subpoenas demanding information on its donor Sabyasachi chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. Prosecutors appear to be examining whether a number of crimes were committed in connection with the inauguration range from fraud and money laundering to legal donations by foreign nationals fresh pressure on Virginia's governor to step down small group of demonstrators made a lot of noise outside Virginia governor northern public. Residents Will Smith says she'll keep coming back till he's gone. He should resign. The people will not stop until their wishes.

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"dostam" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Tracks in the psychic wilderness. That's a great title. And if you would like it it is available generally in bookstores around the country. And if they don't have it usually in a bookstore, they have the little computers, and you just say the title or even the name, Dale graph. And they can reference it look it up and get it to you post-haste. It sounds like a wonderful book. All right, Dale, welcome back. All right. I'm here. Here we go first time caller line. You're on the air with art bell, lyndale graph. Good morning. Hi. I kind of had a question. I'm a little bit late for the subject. But my grandfather was in one of the LSD experimental groups. I'm sorry. Yeah. Well, luckily, it was after my father was born. So I just kind of the reason why I was calling is because I wondered if you had if you either have you had any idea why they were experimenting with it in a way that they did. My grandfather described to me there was a classroom setting with about fifteen to twenty people and they locked him in the room and Dostam all and apparently. His supervisor really really really wanted to be involved in his superiors didn't want him to be. But since he was so persistent. They went ahead and gave it to you. I may let's say he's completely freaked out. My grandpa said, but he described to me, you know, what the other people were doing. But you know, I just really kind of after he told me everything that happened. I, you know, I wondered why what was the point, you know? I'll I'll answer that. And so we'll Dale the name of the project was MK ultra and what were they trying to do. They were trying to learn how to and if it was possible to control people, remember, our agencies intelligence, agencies and military are in the business of controlling people. It's why there was MK ultra. It's why there was Stargate. It's why there probably are lots of things if not exactly like these still going on because they're in the business of control Dale is that true. No, I disagree with you. Markle never had any anything to do with controlling people. Never one. No, but M K ultra. Yeah. Right. It just.

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"dostam" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on WTVN

"Authored tracks in the psychic wilderness. That's a great title. And if you would like it it is available generally in bookstores around the country. And if they don't have it usually bookstore. They have the little computers in you, just say the title or even the name, Dale graph. And they can reference it look it up and get it to you post-haste. It sounds like a wonderful book. All right, Dale, welcome back. All right. I'm here. Here we go first time caller line. You're on the air with art bell and del graph. Good morning. Hi. I kind of had question. I'm a little bit late for the subject. But my grandfather was in one of the LSD experimental groups. I'm sorry. Yeah. Well, luckily, it was after my father was born. So I just kind of the reason why I was calling is because I wondered if you had if you either have you had any idea why they were experimenting with it in a way that they did. My grandfather described to me. There was the classroom setting what about fifteen to twenty people and they locked him in the room and Dostam all and apparently his supervisor really really really wanted to be involved in his superiors didn't want him to be. But since he was persistent. They went ahead and gave it to me. Let's say he's completely freaked out. My grandpa said, but he described to me, you know, what the other people were doing. But you know, I just really, you know, kind of after he told me everything that happened. I, you know, I wondered why what was the point, you know, I'll answer that. And so we'll Dale the name of the project was MK ultra and what were they trying to do. They were trying to learn how to and if it was possible to control people, remember, our agencies intelligence, agencies and military are in the business of controlling people. It's why there. Was MK ultra. It's why there was Stargate. It's why there probably are lots of things if not exactly like these still going on because they're in the business of control Dale is that true. No, I disagree with you. We'll never had any anything to do with controlling people. Never one. No, but M K ultra. Yeah. Right. It.

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Carter Page denies he was an adviser to Kremlin

Democracy Now

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Carter Page denies he was an adviser to Kremlin

"Artists and mobsters this comes as the US is working to restore sanctions against Iran and companies that do business with Iran after Trump withdrew the US from the landmark two thousand fifteen Iran nuclear deal and may well have more on the Trump administration's war of words with Iran later in the, broadcast in Afghanistan at least fourteen people were killed and. More than forty. Others wounded Sunday after a suicide bomber struck near, Kabul's main airport the attack ripped through a crowd of supporters of Afghan vice president Rashid Dostam an ethnic Uzbek politician who just returned to the Afghan capital after more than a year. Of cell phone Posed exile dasta was unharmed in the explosion. He left Afghanistan last year after the country's attorney general ordered the arrest of his bodyguards for allegedly torturing and sexually, assaulting a rival politician dasta was also involved in a massacre in. Two thousand one that killed up to two thousand Taliban prisoners of war elsewhere in Afghanistan Sunday gunmen stormed a mosque in eastern Nangahar province opening fire and killing four worshipers during evening prayers in northwestern Pakistan a suicide bomber struck a convoy carrying a candidate and Pakistan's general election killing him and, his driver on wounding three other people the Pakistani Taliban. Claimed responsibility for. The attack which killed equa Gonda poor member of, the Pakistan Justice movement the party headed by former cricket star turned election front runner Imran Khan the bombing came on the eve of Wednesday's general election amidst increasing violence aimed at derailing The vote earlier this month a massive suicide bombing claimed by ISIS had an election campaign. Gathering in the southwestern province of Balochistan killed one. Hundred. Fifty one people entering another two. Hundred back in the United States the FBI has obtained a recording in which Donald Trump discussed how to suppress the story of Karen McDougal a former playboy model who alleges she had a year long extramarital affair with Trump in two thousand six and the tape made before. The two thousand sixteen election Trump reportedly discussed with his former attorney infects her Michael Cohen whether to buy the exclusive. Rights to the story of Karen McDougal who alleged she had an affair with Trump at the time McDougal had sold her story. For one hundred fifty thousand dollars to the National Enquirer tabloid published by Trump's close friend David pecker the. Paper ultimately kept the rights to the story and, refuse to, publish it, in a process known as catch and kill the tape will now be available to prosecute Tres in any future criminal investigation of Michael Cohen after Trump's legal team reportedly waved. Attorney client privilege on the recording on Sunday the lawyer for another woman Trump allegedly had an affair with adult film, star Stephanie Clifford known as stormy Daniels predicted more recordings of Trump's conversations with Michael Cohen will emerge this is stormy Daniels lawyer Michael. Love and Noddy speaking on ABC this week This is. Not the only tape I can tell you that for factors multiple tapes, more tapes of President Trump though no, I do, know there's more tapes of President Trump. There's multiple tapes of President Trump number one part so that that's first of all that ultimately is going to prove to be a big problem for the president you know that old adage you. Live by the sword you die by the sword is going to be. True in this case because the president knew that his attorney Michael Cohen headed predisposition towards. Taping conversations with people President Trump's former foreign policy advisor Carter page has denied working as a Russian spy after, the f. b. i. released more than four hundred pages. From an application for a foreign surveillance warrant alleging he was targeted for by. The Russian government and the heavily redacted document the FBI said it quote believes. Page has been collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government there's probable cause that such activities involve. Are about to involve violations, of the, criminal statutes of the United States unquote Carter page, has yet to be charged with a crime. And Sunday hit called the FIS a warrant misleading, and a complete joke this, comes. As, President Trump once again reversed his position on whether..

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"dostam" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And she would, say things, like so where are you and he goes you know I can't, tell you? That come, on just tell me a bit you know I can't and they would. Just, talk about. Other things than have to hang up Yeah It was that to me is the one of the hearts of the. Story what did they know that the cavalry at arrived when there were major bombing strikes when they got word that there were major elements of non special forces ground troops on the? Ground when did they realize that it was no longer the twelve of them on? Horseback As general Dostam said don't. Read the horses will know they're American bombs when the team showed up with them overlooking the, plane, they're glancing the plane in he says listen, over there the Taliban and the Chris Hemsworth character says well how can I be sure general where are you calling me a liar. While not calling you a liar but I need to be closer so the Afghan general picks up the walkie talkie and calls across to the Taliban lines says hey these guys want. To know if you're Taliban why don't you let them know if you are not And they heard all this squawking on the radio and then he said I'm, here, the Americans are here to kill you now, you just wait and there was more squawking it was They had been fighting each, other so, long and. There was you know many of the Taliban were just conscripted farmers. Who either at the threat of the gun had to fight in. Their ranks or or face you know severe punishment so. There was, a lot of, shifting, back, and, forth as well but pretty quickly they. Realized that the. Game had changed for..

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Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport

An Economy of One

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport

"He's in Washington, I'm Louise Schiavone. The Justice department is made the unprecedented move of releasing documents from the FBI's request to a special court for permission to surveilled. Former Trump campaign advisor Carter page NPR's. Mara Liasson reports. The President Trump is claiming that the documents confirmed the investigation into Russian election at your favorites is a rigged witch hunt. This is the first Fiso wiretap application ever made public. The declassified document was heavily redacted, but it shows that the application relied on evidence that Russia had tried to recruit page back in two thousand thirteen. It also relied on evidence from that dossier compiled by a former British intelligence agent President Trump tweeted this morning that the document proves his campaign was spied on Republicans in an effort to discredit the origins of the whole Russia investigation have been saying that the FBI abused its power because it relied improperly on the dossier Democrats say the FIS appliques. Was appropriate Mara Liasson NPR news One concept that emerged from the Helsinki summit last week is that the US and Russia might work together to help Syrian. Refugees return to their war-torn country but the. Head of US central command. General Joseph Patel tells ABC news. He's not convinced that US Russia cooperation should expand beyond the card. Coordination over Syrian airspace We should be doing anything more with. Russia right now I've not. For that I don't think that. We ought to be doing militarily with them right now Beyond what. We are currently we're currently doing votes l. told ABC and the Wall Street Journal that Russia's support of the Syrian, regime gives him significant pause and Afghanistan the Islamic state says it was behind a. Suicide bombing near Kabul international airport today that killed at least fourteen people the BBC's Catherine Davis reports. The blast coincided with the return of the country's exiled vice president cramps, of people including high ranking officials had gathered on, the tarmac to welcome general Dostam there was tight security for the event which was broadcast live on television but minutes after his. Convoy left the app airport an explosion occurred blast is set to. Have gone off near the main entrance where people had also been waiting general Dostum's return and the. Reason he left has. Been a subject of much speculation he went to techy. Often accusations of involvement. In the kidnap rate and torture of a political rival he's denied any wrongdoing And insists. He was in Turkey for medical treatment the BBC's Catherine Davis European Union officials are doing Washington later this week to meet with President Trump about trade this after the conclusion of, the meeting of. G twenty finance ministers and central bankers and Buenos Aires where trade was topic a this is NPR news from news, I'm Racquel Maria Dylan there's a small brush fire burning in a county park in. The hills of Milpitas the country fire has burned a couple hundred acres of grass already and is. Twenty five percent contained Cal fire officials say no homes are threatened so, far fire departments from around the south bay and, air tankers are already responding and some hikers were rescued no evacuation orders have been issued yet now too adorable baby sea otters. The marine mammal center in sausalito wants the public's help to name. An otter pop this particular pop had a rough start to life when she was first stranded she. Was suffering from demo Eric acid. Poisoning now she's recovering well and needs a name it turns out there. Are rules, for naming. A sea otter it's more like naming a Kentucky Derby horse than choosing a name for a. Family pet the center can't reuse names that would violate the terms of their licensed to treat wild animals veterinarian Abby McClain, says even animals will be released. Back into the ocean. Need names it really helps us because just memorizing numbers is very difficult especially when. You have hundreds of patients on site at one time and because the only thing cuter than a..

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"dostam" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The search this morning to find the missing boater who went overboard during the Chicago to. Mackinac, race which began yesterday he went overboard around three o'clock. Five miles north of navy pier more from WGN's Eric wrong the coastguard does. Tell us that the Fifty-three-year-old was likely wearing a self inflating life. Preserver, however it may not have inflated when he did go overboard other safety measures, were taken when. They did notice that he did. Go overboard other racers van were involved with a search just after it happened. Again searchers continuing to look for the missing Fifty-three-year-old Who went overboard yesterday investigators from the National Transportation Safety board of interviewed witnesses of. Thursday's, duck boat accident in Missouri NTSB lead investigator Bryan Young. Says they've retrieved the recorder from the sunken boat the real objective is going. To be to find out what kind of information they had on board, when they made the decision to go out This was a squall that gave. Up rather suddenly there's a lot more for. Us to, understand they've also collected video from another vessel that was near the boat when it sank during a sudden storm wins at, that time were recorded at seventy three miles an hour, an Afghan, spokesman says there was a large explosion near the Kabul airport today shortly after the country's controversial first vice president landed on his return trip general Abdul Rashid Dostam and members of his entourage were unharmed and the explosion took place just after his convoy had left the airport governor Rauner has signed legislation to. Better, protect state workers invulnerable positions the amendment to the abused and neglected child reporting act now requires law enforcement to. Make all efforts, to assist the department of children and family..

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Afghan VP Dostum to return after more than a year in exile

BBC World Service

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Afghan VP Dostum to return after more than a year in exile

"His car during pursuit, and exchanging fire with offices a woman was shot dead inside the shop. Before he surrendered about. Forty hostages have been freed James Cook, was at the scene police say the suspect shot his grandmother and girlfriend in central Los Angeles before grabbing the, young woman and fleeing officers spotted his car near Hollywood and gave chase the suspect fighting at them as. They drove across the city he trashed. In, the silver lake area again exchanging fire with police as he ran into. A branch of the supermarket Joe's shoppers and staff fled in panic some jumping from windows others climbing down a ladder helicopter. News footage showed two children being carried. To, safety by heavily armed officers James Cook reporting world news from the BBC The vice president. Of Afghanistan General Abdul Rashid Dostam is due. To return to the country today to resume his duties more, than a year after he left following accusations of, involvement in the kidnap and rape of a political rival the influential former warlord has always denied wrongdoing his return follows violent protests in northern Afghanistan by his supporters angered by the arrest of a powerful police commander an ally of general Dostam the French president Emmanuel. Macron is under growing. Pressure, to explain what he knew about a presidential aide who was caught on camera beating up a protester, imperious in may the security, aide Alexander Bonilla was. Sacked by the presidency on Friday the left wing leader Jean Luke mental shown. Accused the president of organizing a private militia A woman who lost nine members of her family in a tourist boat accident on a lake in the United States but herself survived has been describing the. Disaster Tia Coleman said. Passengers, were told they would not need life jackets while on board The. Captain is as something about life jackets he said above you are your life jackets There's three sizes. He's dead on the show. You where the where they are but you, won't need them so no need to worry So we, didn't grapple.

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'Trade war a reality' French finance minister warns

BBC World Service

04:37 min | 2 years ago

'Trade war a reality' French finance minister warns

"BBC World Service at. Six hours GMT welcome to weekend with Jillian Morrison Coming up President Trump. Accuses he's former personal lawyer of perhaps acting illegally by recording their conversations does he have a point you're talking about it's. Hape discussing payment that could be a criminal violation of campaign finance, laws why would you make that tape also president Xi Jinping in Rwanda head of a major summit in, Johannesburg this week will look at the scale of Chinese investment in Africa and here would meet for the whole program Rita soccer, Lebanese-born lecturer in post, colonial and global literatures at Maynooth university in island Indian, black journalist writer. And visiting senior fellow at the London School of economics Middle. East center that's all here on weekend I the world news This is the latest BBC. News with Rosemary creek Israel says it has completed a humanitarian, operation to rescue Syrian civil defense workers and their families from a war. Zone in southern Syria it said they had been evacuated because of an imminent. Threat to their lives following a request from the. US and European countries James Reid reports the Israeli military described the evacuation from Syria. As an exceptional humanitarian gesture up to eight hundred Syrians are reported to have been taken by bus overnight through the Israeli occupied. Golan Heights to Jordan the evacuees a members, of the white helmets a civil defense organization that works in rebel. Controlled areas of Syria there had, been trapped by government offensive in the south. West of the country Jordan said it had agreed to give them safe passage to, be, resettled in. Britain Canada and Germany, the French, finance minister Bruno Lemaire has compared current US trade policy to the. Law of the jungle he told reporters that the g twenty meeting Finance, ministers and, central bankers in Argentina that a trade war now existed which post. A risk to global grace here's Rebecca drought Brunello, insisted Europe is a whole was worried about being dragged into a global trade war that, would leave. Everyone is leases he said the current US policy of imposing. Unilateral tariffs was based on the law of the, jungle global trade he. Added couldn't be based on the survival of. The fittest Mr. Lemaire was speaking of the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said. President Trump's threat of further. Levies was realistic possibility Mr. Mnuchin urged the EU and China to apron markets to allow fee competition the US, director of intelligence. Dan Coats has clarified his response to news of another plan summit between President Trump and Vladimir Putin in Washington Chris funk reports the director of, national intelligence was, speaking on stage when he was very surprised to learn the President Putin, was being invited to the White House. Say that again That's going. To be special The White House. Was not impressed by Mr Coates has issued a statement in which he says his admittedly awkward response was not meant to be disrespectful or critical of the president and that he. Will work to support Mr. Trump's efforts, to build strong international relationships. The vice, president of Afghanistan General Abdul Ralph sheets downstream is returned to the country today to resume his duties more than a year after he left following accusations of involvement in the kidnap and, rape of a political rival the influential former. Warlord away denied any wrongdoing his return follows violent protests in, northern Afghanistan by his supporters angered by the arrest, of a powerful police commander an ally of general Dostam world news from the BBC The French. President Emmanuel Macron is under growing pressure, to explain what he knew. About a, presidential aide who was caught on camera beating up a protester in Paris in may the security aid Alexandra Bellona was sacked by the presidency on Friday but opposition parties have accused Mr., Macron of failing to act swiftly and trying. To cover up the scandal the left wing leader Sean Luke, maye shoe accused the president of organizing a private, militia Mr. Bonilla is cheaper for a magistrate on Sunday Police in Los Angeles have arrested a suspect after a hostage siege. At a grocery shop at gunman had. Barricaded, himself inside the store after crashing his.

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"dostam" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"And she would, say things, like so where are you, and, he goes. You know I can't tell, you that? Oh come, on just tell me a bit you know I can't and they would. Just, talk about. Other things than have to hang up Oh it was that to me is the one of the hearts of the story when did they know that. The the cavalry had at arrived, when there were major? Bombing strikes when, they got, word that there were major, elements, of non. Special forces ground troops on, the ground? When did, they realize that it was no longer the twelve of them on horseback As general Dostam said don't read the horses will know they're American bombs when the team showed, up, with them overlooking the plane they're glossing the, plane in he says listen over there the Taliban? And, the Chris Hemsworth character says well how can I be sure general are you. Calling me a liar not calling you a liar but I need to be closer so the Afghan general picks up the walkie talkie and calls across to the Taliban lines says hey these guys. Want to know if you're Taliban aren't you let them know if you are not And they heard all this squawking on the radio and then he said I'm here, the, Americans are here to kill you now you, just wait and there was more squawking it was You know they had been fighting each other so. Long and there was you know many of the Taliban were just. Conscripted farmers who either at the threat of the gun had to. Fight in their ranks or or face severe punishment so. There was, a lot of, shifting, back, and, forth as. Well but pretty quickly they. Realized that the. Game had changed for..

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"dostam" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Lives covering the war so i think it's important to honor the people that have done their work to bring the truth to the american people and to cover our troops on the front line we spent a lot of time on the border with the troops leaving the green zones that would people would consider safe zones and they're not always safe i mean kabul we've seen a number of bombings we've seen the taliban really infiltrate the cities and make it potentially dangerous everybody was seen people killed there over the past years it's a big concern we were you on the cover a lot in other words you would dress in not a burka but oh i would dress i dress appropriately so i would wear shall see chamisa would cover my head with a scarf i wasn't necessarily wearing a burqa but i would go out with the afghans we spent so much time on the road and i was able to understand the country in a different way then maybe people would understand if if they were just seeing it from a forward operating base where the military was out so we would spend time driving through punchier valley up to massage sharieff and you're right i did have an opportunity to have dinner and meet and get to know general abdul rashid dostam so it's very interesting isn't that general the one that was responsible for killing hundreds of taliban burning them if i remember correctly there are a lot of stories about general dostam dostam is a very fierce man and he has a reputation and so it makes it difficult when you're interviewing somebody like that with that kind of a reputation but also remember general dostam was the guy that assisted both the cia and the us military when we first went back into afghanistan after two thousand and one he on horseback with our cia and with our special forces when after alqaeda so we need those guys you know we need to be able to deal with them we're in another part of the world they have a different way of life it's about survival and sometimes the brutality is unbearable for us because we live in the united states we live with such freedom and opulence compared to.

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"dostam" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Covering the war so i think it's important to honor the people that have done their work to bring the truth to the american people and to cover a troops on the front line we spent a lot of time on the border with the troops leaving the green zones that would people would consider safe zones and they're not always safe i mean couple we've seen a number of bombings we've seen the taliban really infiltrate the cities and make it potentially dangerous for everybody was seen people killed there over the past years it's a big concern but we were you undercover a lot in other words you would dress in not a burka but oh i would dress i dress appropriately so i would wear a shower i'll chamisa would cover my head with a scarf i wasn't necessarily wearing a burqa but i would go out with the afghans we spent so much time on the road and i was able to understand the country in a different way then maybe people would understand if if they were just seeing it from a ford operating base where the military was at so we would spend time driving through punchier valley up to missouri cherie then you're right i did have an opportunity to have dinner and meet and get to know general abdul rashid dostam so it's very interesting general the one that was responsible for killing hundreds of taliban burning them if i remember correctly there are a lot of stories about general dostam dostam is a very fierce man and he has a reputation and so it makes it difficult when you're interviewing somebody like that with that kind of a reputation but also remember general dostam was the guy that assisted both the cia and the us military when we first went back into afghanistan after two thousand and one he on horseback with our cia and with our special forces went after al qaeda so we need those guys you know we need to be able to deal with them we're in another part of the world they have a different way of life it's about survival and sometimes the brutality is unbearable for us because we live in the united states we live with such freedom and opulence compared to places.

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"dostam" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Covering the war so i think it's important to honor the people that have done their work to bring the truth to the american people and to cover a troops on the front line we spent a lot of time on the border with the troops leaving the green zones that would people would consider safe zones and they're not always safe i mean couple we've seen a number of bombings we've seen the taliban really infiltrate the cities and make it potentially dangerous for everybody was seen people killed there over the past years it's a big concern we were you undercover a lot in other words you would dress in not a burka but oh i would dress i dress appropriately so i would wear shall see chemises i would cover my head with a scarf i wasn't necessarily wearing a burqa but i would go out with the afghans we spent so much time on the road and i was able to understand the country in a different way then maybe people would understand if if they were just seeing it from forward operating base where the military was at so we would spend time driving through panjshir valley up to missouri cherie and you're right i did have an opportunity to have dinner and meet and get to know general abdul rashid dostam so it's very interesting general the one that was responsible for killing hundreds of taliban burning them if i remember correctly there are a lot of stories about general dostam dostam is a very fierce man and he has a reputation and so it makes it difficult when you're interviewing somebody like that with that kind of a reputation but also remember general dostam was the guy that assisted both the cia and the us military when we first went back into afghanistan after two thousand and one he on horseback with our cia and with our special forces when after al qaeda so we need those guys you know we need to be able to deal with them we're in another part of the world they have a different way of life it's about survival and sometimes the brutality is unbearable for us because we live in the united states we live with such freedom and opulent compared to places like.

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Rolls Royce CEO on Trump's Steel Tariffs

Quest Means Business

14:59 min | 3 years ago

Rolls Royce CEO on Trump's Steel Tariffs

"Any plans at this point for retaliation against US products. You can bet on it. Canadian officials are huddling as we speak that if Donald Trump doesn't in his words back down that they will respond with clear here though is that they will respond economically. But my goodness is it going to have a political pushback. You know is interesting in speaking about Speaker Paul, Ryan, who is pushing back against this saying it will start a trade war. There are many GOP leaders saying, Look, we don't want any part of the Trump tariffs and Canada plans to really hit that message home with their targeted retaliation. Here they will hit GOP states. They will hit swing states, they will hit industries. Perhaps even in Paul, Ryan's Wisconsin. That'll make it clear that this isn't going to work anyone, you know for anyone now having said that stuff, neat time and time again from these negotiations, we've heard rhetoric from lie has are We've always heard the same thing. He has always been pessimistic and Freeland from Canada as always been perhaps a bit too optimistic. What we heard is that she was fighting back, fighting back, hard in saying, Look, we want this to be a win, win, win. The minute it becomes. Zero sum game, There's no question countries like Canada will suffer much more than the United States, but make no mistake. The United States Mexico will suffer as well Patrick, what impact our Is this rhetoric from Trump on tariffs, having on the NAFTA trade talks, Trump wants a better NAFTA deal. Has this incentivize in any way, the trade representatives from Canada and Mexico to concede any points? The Not so far. The the the threat of tariffs, If Trump President Trump goes through with them next week, would only through ice on already fragile negotiations enough. The And I think the irony of of these tariffs Stephanie is the red states that got Trump into the White House would probably be hit the hardest you're talking about farmers in the Midwest, A An auto workers in the rust belt of the United States. And even in the southeast as well with farmers in auto workers there, It's a very a trade heavy area. The other irony is that we're not action. Early talking about punishing China with these specific steel tariffs, Paula, Obviously, Canada and Mexico are US allies. I wonder if there's any sense. I mean, the markets are clearly shaking off the feeling that there is going to be a trade war, at least today that that could change. But is there a sense among Canadian officials that this may be bluffing on the part of the Trump administration? I think they certainly hope so, but they've they learn anything from the Trump administration is just take them at their word and take it at Donald Trump's word alone and not as the point that they are still hanging on what he says. They still do not rule out the possibility that those tariffs will be imposed later this week. Now, if that happens, That doesn't mean Donald Trump on changes mind again. But it has been interesting to see the market shrugged this off. I think they were definitely bolstered by the Speaker Ryan saying he wasn't with it and certainly seeing it. Some of the more Let's say alarmist predictions from some of the companies in the United States saying, Look, this is going to cost Americans more everywhere. Even if it will help some steel and aluminum workers. Having said that seventy everyone has to be reminded here. This is the political script. The Donald Trump is writing and he will ride this out for several months. Even if it does appear to be hurting the economy, if he thinks it will help him politically. And that is the only thing that Canadian officials right now are banking, Paula Newton from Ottawa and. Trickle less Thanks a lot will the proposed a tariffs threaten many foreign companies that invest heavily in the US luxury carmaker Rolls Royce and its parent company. BMW could be badly affected by steel and aluminum tariffs speaking on quest to express earlier the Rolls Royce, chief executive stressed the importance of his company's contribution to the US economy. Roses, part of for the BMW group best you might know, and the BMW group is a major investor when it comes to the United States, not only in plant facilities, but also when it comes to generate jobs. For many, many Americans said, I think the BMW group brought quite some wealth into the United States. And with that, I would love to leave it because let's wait and see how that really pans out. Finally, tactful answer. There is really a Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu has left a widening corruption, probe back home to visit another administration mired in controversy and chaos here in the US President Trump welcomes his Israeli counterpart to the White House. Speaking to reporters that pair celebrated the planned opening of a new American embassy in Jerusalem. Mr Trump claims that move will cost significantly less than the proposed one billion dollars. He said it'll cost two hundred fifty thousand dollars. In fact. And the president says he may even attended the opening ceremony himself or Lieberman has been following this story from Jerusalem Orient watching these two leaders needed as always amusing a PM Netanyahu seem to really bend over backwards. A flatter Mr Trump this time comparing his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital to the Balfour agreement. Uh, did anything it surprising come out of the meeting Warren. Not really exactly as we expected Netanyahu is often directed a tremendous amount of flattery towards Trump. And this was certainly no different. They hit their talking points. And this was as much as this was about the substance of what was said. It was also about the optics of it. These two leaders getting along well Netanyahu and Trump are popular with each other's voter basis. It was all about that picture. The two of them smiling together, shaking hands Trump said he may attend the opening of the embassy in May. It's the first time he said that, although we fully expect to be here in May for the simple reason, that is an easy win for Trump. It's an easy win for Netanyahu and these two leaders get along famously well, so Netanyahu made it clear. He wants to talk about Iran in combating the nuclear deal that they did mostly pro in private or Netanhyahu made a short statement about it right at the beginning. But it was pretty much on point in terms of what we expected from these two leaders are. Anna. You've been following Netanyahu's his political turmoil at home. And right before he left, there was a development and one of the corruption cases against him some bad news. It appears for Prime Minister Netanyahu. Can you bring us up to speed on that? It actually happened after he left. It happened a few hours, Just a few hours before Netanyahu and Trump met in Washington. And that's that a third one of Netanyahu's confidants turned state's witness agreeing to work with investigators in another blow to the prime minister. It seems These blows in these developments against the prime minister and his inner circle are coming every few days. No ever since police said they had enough evidence to indict him in two separate investigations who still has the support of his coalition at this point. So it doesn't have to worry about some leaked somebody toppling the government while he's gone, but it's another blow against Netanyahu in this comes just a couple of days after he was questioned under caution In another Graf Perot meeting. He is a suspect now in three different corruption investigation. All right Orrin LeBron reporting from Jerusalem are and thanking we did here from the opposition as well. Prime Minister Netanyahu Hill was expected to ask, asked for US, help to prevent Iran from draining a greater foothold in Syria will. I asked former Israeli foreign minister sippy. Any how big an issue that is. It's important to understand that it's not only a trip to Israel. I hear about Iran and Turkey narrow Bicknell less than I hear it in the Abreu Uh, this is a trip to the region and even to the world, uh, the idea We are talking about Syria. Uh, this is a day after, uh, and the the outcome cannot be Iran control Syria, and we heavy, Ron, and these controlled in Iraq. And in Syria and Lebanon, It's unacceptable. And I believe that the whole of say of Russia now, uh, since it's becoming very, um, uh, a very big in in Syria, I think that those should be in understanding in an agreement that, uh, we doubt any connection to us at whether we stay So go, uh, the need east to take Iran out of Syria and to minimise the tsar controlling the rated. Do you think that there should be more military intervention on the part of the US? I think we are not even there. It's important to to say that everything is on the table. Sometimes those a needs to speak about the use of force in order to prevent the use of force. Uh, but now we are Multi-vendor of frankly, the United States is not very active in the region, unfortunately. And it's time for the United States will conduct the Rita and then to deal with the some of the problems that we are all facing this at the meaning go for the leadership of the United States. And when it comes to Syria, Iran, Uh, there is a very commend, frankly, in the Middle East there is no very cubicle, Roland, so. And so the the Russians said there and therefore it's time to be more active when it comes to the Middle East. Let's talk about another potential leadership vacuum. You're the chief negotiator for Israel for many years during peace talks with the Palestinians ever since the US announced that it would be moving its embassy to Jerusalem. The Palestinians have not wanted to engage with the US. At least we don't know that they have publicly. Donald Trump said today that with Jerusalem off the table that gives us an opportunity for peace. The president also said that Palestinians are showing a willingness to come back to the table. I know that you must have contacts on the Palestinian side. So let me ask you tippy, Do you see any sign that the Palestinians are willing to come back to the table with the US as a as a negotiator? My feeling is the after the corrosion of Jerusalem, the Reserve fear on the Palestinian side, the bully would sealed. Over we'd be note, balanced and doubtful. The US can do is to speak with the Palestinian soil, send messages to do to throw the bulldozer likely. As long as the deal is really the ultimate deal between the Israel in the Palestinian and doesn't take in consideration the political problems of Netanyahu in the air. Well, Well, let's talk about that. How much Ed deep water is Netanyahu in politically and I have to ask you this if indeed Netanyahu ends up being indicted. Are you and your party preparing for the possibility of a snap election? Listen, this is the decision. We are all waiting for the decision of. Um, the legal, the legal is to the governmental were, um, the those that need to make the decisions. But it is clear that there is a connection that the more we have more information about what's going on in the boat to corruption that you teach this disturbing. Uh, I don't know whether we are going to face elections in the new future future. We've been, uh, the next few days This is the decision Netanyahu can can may. Uh, but I must say that this Well isn't great democracy and the nobody's above the low. And this is something that this really should big crowd off. Even those who supports Netanyahu and how you hope they understand that even though these are quite difficult Dem's dais for them. Sippy Livni speaking to me earlier now turning to Europe, the major markets are sizeable gains. Thanks to a rally late in the session. Germany's DAX surged one and a half percent. Germany's Social Democratic Party has voted to form a coalition with Uncle Merkel's Christian Democrats. So stability They are not the story though in Italy where stocks fell zero point four percent. Italian politics has been flung into an era of uncertainty. A populist revolt is threatening to upend the established political order. There Ben Wedeman reports on the aftermath of Italy's general election. It was a moment of joy three to five star movements thirty one year old leader, Luigi denial, and the numbers came in. UPI. A movement born just nine years ago, New by anger over corruption bureaucracy and economic decline is now the country's most powerful political force taking almost a third of the fractured electorate. He's a young emotion doco may seem to more Do you hope to Iraq. Tie-ins chose to break with the old system says pensioner unafraid Bill de Benedetti daughter. The other big winner was the Euro skeptic rapidly anti immigrant go or the legal, their share of the vote has more than quadrupled in cattle, General Dostam. But she's a it's clear yesterday. The Italians gave us a precise mandate of the League's leader McHale said veal, declares quality photos. Colombia to-to everything changes. This newspaper headlined announces while another paper throws up its hands with a body banner meaning roughly What a mess. The country is right for radical change. Incomes have been stagnant for a quarter of a century unemployment remains stubbornly in double digits. The young are leaving the country in record. Numbers can add value that you They go to Spain, England, American anywhere. As long as they can find a stable job, There's nothing stable here. Any more says, Rome resident Amandio Jida when he was buying any, give their area at all, let you love the last traditional parties still standing on a centre-left Tito Democrat, Gordon Democratic party saw its share of the vote fall from twenty five percent in two thousand thirteen to nineteen percent in Sunday's vote and Monday evening. It's Young once promising leader, former prime minister Matteo DNC but vowed to resign. As soon as a new government is formed, known could evoke kissy outpost CB late. Never newspaper columnist must see more Franco says the guardians of the status quo only have themselves to blame. So the first sir movement is the symptom of the failure of the traditional parties system is not the coal was the source of this failure. If you don't govern well, other the people may be more incompetent are coming and taking your place.

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"dostam" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

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"dostam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The fire was then put technical question raised you get everyone else i get tiger woods took required and you could on tiger right but i mean that's incredible and if you look you just pick whenever you think is a guy where you think it's it's dostam johnson's speed war reward are you think the guy is weakening week out you don't know where they're going to be so weak store on top some weeks and metal maybe make too hydro always make the cut he was always there and it wasn't even to tournaments you wonder was the checked for that period of time whatever that window was when every play each you could wait a check did he'd be in the top ten he was always there might and and ringed of no cuts missed as the crowd and add the tiger woods said of his game four we started to see what is now a in some people's eyes distressing trend in mind it's just the kind of understandable trend the shrinking of sports television ratings because they down across the board in every single sport and i think it is much more of a societal thing than it is an individual sport thing and tiger kind of pre dated that but noone added to it no one raised the number no one moved a meter like tiger woods in what he did for golf that he put so many eyeballs in front of tb set when gulf was just a passing thing.

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"dostam" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Well you're right about okay so i'm supposed to be pomp because this guy males it in and if it's rashid dostam allied yeah and when it's ninety million that scary whereas boris diaw like his researchers with san antonio was probably one of the most unlikely nba stories that i can every member i mean he was openly like yeah i hated here in charlotte and i'm gonna get fats right and then the spurs figure out how to in this it closed off offense of guide or running their offense through it he makes without a shot go and the spurs like the spurs but too you know there's taking money back and then there's but to money and he's twenty four twenty five and a half and then a player option in two thousand twenty twenty one for twenty seven million yeah it's incident helper that had that's like you remember how we do stuff for you okay what are the ten most untradeable qatar used to do all the time yet i would do it on the potted i'd go are the and most untradeable contracts the nba and you didn't feel like ten n was enough slot and in the league at this great being where it was funny because all the in alytus guys get credit for it and elisabeth guide there's no more bad contracts anymore and then i think the players to chichan made a huge mistake by not softening cap shoes presented by the league and the owners they're like out the owners are trying to screw is so just say no out of principle and i can understand the morning to do that but now you have tyler johnson making twenty million a year and then you have as you mentioned lou williams beal so there's there's money out there that i think these teams are still trying to figure out like okay now we know were flooded with a con a bad contract right so who wants to take these and now noone bill one wants to touch it easy for last mattered though only but my thinking though is that as you said earlier dares they're not of free agency there anyway cap is shot the hell regardless of how this plays out so that's the case i want to get the best bad contract possible that i can turn shumpert and frye and rose or whether you know whatever combination.

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"dostam" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Well you're right about okay so i'm supposed to be pomp because this guy males it in and if it's rashid dostam allied yeah and when it's ninety million that scary whereas boris diaw like his researchers with san antonio was probably one of the most unlikely nba stories that i can every member i mean he was openly like yeah i hated here in charlotte and i'm gonna get fats right and then the spurs figure out how to in this it closed off offense of guide or running their offense through it he makes without a shot go and the spurs like the spurs but too you know there's taking money back and then there's but to money and he's twenty four twenty five and a half and then a player option in two thousand twenty twenty one for twenty seven million yeah it's incident helper that had that's like you remember how we do stuff for you okay what are the ten most untradeable qatar used to do all the time yet i would do it on the potted i'd go are the and most untradeable contracts the nba and you didn't feel like ten n was enough slot and in the league at this great being where it was funny because all the in alytus guys get credit for it and elisabeth guide there's no more bad contracts anymore and then i think the players to chichan made a huge mistake by not softening cap shoes presented by the league and the owners they're like out the owners are trying to screw is so just say no out of principle and i can understand the morning to do that but now you have tyler johnson making twenty million a year and then you have as you mentioned lou williams beal so there's there's money out there that i think these teams are still trying to figure out like okay now we know were flooded with a con a bad contract right so who wants to take these and now noone bill one wants to touch it easy for last mattered though only but my thinking though is that as you said earlier dares they're not of free agency there anyway cap is shot the hell regardless of how this plays out so that's the case i want to get the best bad contract possible that i can turn shumpert and frye and rose or whether you know whatever combination.

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"dostam" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Well avi these escape that rabin is talking about is because of the taliban after nine eleven when the united states led its forces its invasion of gavin ghanistan to rid the country the taliban are they fled again are they had just returned when i got there in two thousand into and they were willing to talk with dad was assad was willing to talk about rushie dostam this the torius warlord who was the partner with the united states united states taken him on as their military partner on the ground to fight the taliban so they were able to defeat the taliban was rushie dustom but we are learning about the atrocities that were were being committed including that they had the allegation was that he and his men had murdered thousands of prisoners of war and so we wanted to investigate who these people were these warlords that the us taken on his partners no one would talk about that afghans would reveal that rabin his father aside had been conscripted into dostam's army and he was a man who was willing to talk great you know in our business we call yet and as so tell us a little bit more about abdul rashid dostam and his reputation he was actually established by the soviets this during the soviet american proxy war he was known to have murder people massacre civilians is that as asset said in that clip and the same time he with murder his own men if they got in his way remember one journalist telling me how they get arrived to do an interview with dostam and there was bits of flesh all over the courtyard and have been one of his own men that he'd put under the tank treads and run over he now we should point out the vice president of afghanistan not only did was he not routed after the all these things know already get away with everything he did he's been rewarded so amply what role did assad play in the sar.

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"dostam" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"To see that testimony into to see it from my what doesn't at how the either at crews can i just because i i want to step back because there there are a lot of questions about those this you know the funds accord has so much power and it's so secretive and it is so important in this country in in katherine guarantee has been reporting on just that the processes that we go through to make sure that americans are protected and surveilling us so to get to the point where this court would say yes you can go survey order page if in fact there were something coopt about the process if there were important thing louder or if if the british spy christopher steals collection of documents was corrupt and and we know that that it was problematic because he was fired on does that then in pune the very sisa warrant was obtained was it obtained illegally well it depends certainly the use of the dossiers seems to obtain them proper but we don't know how big the role that played in the fis of wire which gets back to that in the caves state again without any quotation just as some nation by the republicans the want without it this is what i wanted to talk about and size a wallet is usually dozens of pages that can be thirty pages forty one hundred pages so the idea that the only evidence in the size of want was the dossier seems highly unlikely there's another point that i think is being overlooked here carter page was dostam innocent pay than the woods who was being attacked by the the fbi in 2013 and this hasn't been mentioned at all in 2013 russian intelligence agents tried to recruit parter to carter page as an agent for the russians in this country in 2014 carter page this is years before donald trump ran for president writer paints was the subject of a separate size of so carter page has a long history year and it it seems unlikely that said i'd say that the dossier and may have played a role until the degree of played a role that is very troubling and maybe corrupt but it's very unlikely the top was the only evidence that was brought carter page at a long history and the fbi at have them on his radar for questionable relations with the russians four or five years fit and chris all of that being.

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"dostam" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on About Last Night

"I love the buttonhole now i really do it's a it's a it's a it's a new fad it's like the case of dip it's coming back in i there was a better example i may hold i don't server to chile's all right i met like i'm more grows now by case depth than talk about bottles are you really yeah i don't know why i hate cheese dip other data so if super bowl commercial so if so if dostam has released tuesday told budhal chips like great i mean i rather thought what she said at all i ran away have gone home to sing had i don't know both to me up a case so deep is gross let me on their we're really i'll fight what what i always case or on your top of the foods that are just like make you and like screaming for me i just don't like creamy i don't like the way why is it sounds already when because her white bread we revert reverted as she has it's mine and the makers of hungry eyes from harvard digging he rejects the no no it's any food that screaming i have a weird thing about kriese at food is also having i mean is the word create jassem people that don't like the word moist is were creamy does that make you now now do i think i was waiting to see what happened if you'll find about the word what the what food uh were foods you love like if you owe you a couple of drinks and it's a late and there's a diner open what are you getting uh i loves sweet potato fries for oh chicken nachos i love chicken i might achieve greatness or i love chicken the inventor is in the no joke the inventor of the nachos just died hold on there's an invent how do you know this why are you know this.

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"dostam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dostam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Names were fading he's helping that clinger in our team can help them make out some of the ones he can't read now he's lending the material to the museum for a year so that experts can study it and put it on display gives dostam hey douglas names many of them still nine and the agreement on some game or dying omari was an activists who was documenting forced disappearances in syria before you is detained for having contact with foreigners so he felt a duty to do what he could did tell the stories of those he actually met many been osce and and many times soothing blues don't forget us from the resort please join two hitless omari who's now a refugee in sweden hopes for a day when the syrian regime will be held to account for its crimes now it feels a long way off that thought was echoed by cameron hudson of the genocide prevention programme at the holocaust memorial museum all we can do is focus on what we think our responsibility is and our responsibility is to to help tell stories like this and to try to keep this issue on the front burner and so that people don't forget what's happening and that people continue to have an ask card policy questions about what more can be done to save civilians in syria and bring people to account all sides have committed war crimes in this more than six year war but it's not clear whether any one we'll be brought to justice one of the real i think loopholes in the international justice system right now is unless you're a dual citizen of essentially european country that will apply universal jurisdiction syrians don't have a means of pursuing justice themselves so they have to work through a spanish court or belgian corridor french a german court hudson calls it harket's of justice and says syrians are pursuing wrongful death cases in some european courts for a handful of syrian dole nash knows let months or omari is looking for more and he has won requests for the trump administration as it reevaluates it syria policy they accused took above the trench drums alghanim studio and muzzle juices under resumed under but he's doing anything humans in syria it seems the binion nothing to a good earlier this month the state department said it was deeply saddened by reports of the execution of a.

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