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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"W there's no pressure as such but there are leading questions smyslov the auspey questions so this high onset in the way that they won't be to not how i want to i do feel that well the un security council meeting on thursday moscow's un ambassador said that britain's main goal had been to discredit and even delegitimize russia with unsubstantiated accusations so how does this fit into the wider battle of rhetoric between the uk and russia his gabriel gate houses analysis today before the interview of income station was aired on national tv she was doing the rounds off at russian state tv channels being asked questions and i think she felt that she was being asked leading questions on those tv channels maybe i was asking leading questions i i hope not that that she might have interpreted that way certainly and the russians have accused britain of ray waging a propaganda war on them over this issue of the souls poisoning and in the background quite aside from the investigation into who did it where did this narrated come from there is this control going on about the narrative sold of that game on you and yet yesterday and that was really gabriel gatehouse says that all the background to this story on our website bbc dot com forward slash knees and our on our top story the sentencing of the south korean president park geun hey very good explanation of the the scandal that brought down a long piece on our website just explaining how it started and all the various characters in the scandal and how they got drawn into it as it unfolded it's bbc dot com forward slash news you're listening to news from the bbc world service do stay with us lamonica.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The paul style the hospital treating the former russian spice at a gay script powell says that he's no longer in a critical condition and that he's getting better fast on thursday a statement was released on behalf of his daughter who's also recovering in hospital she's also said to be out of the woods that fully defend cool broadcast on russian tv supposedly between her and tech cousin victoria while she has been speaking to the bbc's gabriel gatehouse doesn't stupid incentive well that's that's only gabriel about who she received she says she's one hundred percent sure it was from yulia that purported conversation between the two women has become the latest twist in the escalating diplomatic war between britain and russia the two countries have diametrically opposing accounts about just about every aspect of the events a month ago when yulia instead gay collapsed in the english city of salisbury during the interview gabriel us victorious pal if she felt she was being used in an information war yup watching you think i'm not worried i'm very i'm scared on very scared the things people are writing i can't shut them up victoria victoria wasn't wasn't choose tweets if we quit avena scott starters kazaa.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome to assignment on the bbc world service i'm gabriel gatehouse reporting from russia on the strange tale of the woman who's running for president in what she herself cools a fake election saying a subject scott no illusions vladimir putin will win some say she's a kremlin stooge there to legitimise a pseudodemocracy but she is speaking out against russia's most powerful man and that is a dangerous thing to do that's assignment after the news bbc news with debbie russ president trump has accepted an offer to meet the north korean leader kim jongin for what would be the first ever talks between the ages of the two states excuse me mr trump's agreement to a personal meeting with one of america's main adversaries has stunned many people even in his own administration mr trump says sanctions will remain in place until a deal on denuclearisation has been reached the chinese government has criticised president trump's imposition of steep new tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium to the us beijing described it as a serious attack on the global trade system france's also warned that they would only be loses in any trade war the tariffs would apply to all countries except canada and mexico doctors in australia have called for fiveyear ban on alcohol in a small outback town where there's been a wave of violence and health problems they say such a ban is the only way to help tennant creek recover from its drinkfuelled crisis mississippi state congress has approved sweeping new restrictions.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The officials name is on kiro saying we managed to get hold of his phone number and cold alyssa is the bbc here just to say we're we're recording this call can i ask you why did you not warned the villagers that the army was going to come in i didn't know it would happen like that i didn't know when it would happen if i had known i would not have kept silent the people here say that you wanted the injure out of the village that you wanted them gone that's not up to me if his government policy it has nothing to do with me it's a decision made by people above me we asked the burmese government for a response to the evidence of a massacre at tula tony they never got back to his meanwhile the violence in recline state continues the u n and the us have call this ethnic cleansing others prefer the term genocide every evening on the border more people try to cross from denmark to safety in bangladesh new arrivals say their villages a still being burnt that they're still being chased and terrorized from their hooves if it goes on like this there will be many left in me unmarked and maybe that's exactly what the burmese government once gabriel gatehouse said you could hear his full investigation into the massacre at to literally in assignment of the bbc world service the hunt to find the missing argentine submarine has entered a critical phase amid fears the crews oxygen they'd be about to run out the areas on one disappeared last wednesday with forty four people on board argentina's navy is investigating reports of a loud noise detected a few hours after the submarine went missing in the hope it could provide a vital clue to its current location commander jeff tall commended for submarines for the british navy dan damon as.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the bbc world service this is news out coming to live from london on james them on asami meme on bangladesh of signs an agreement which could help to repatriate mahindra muslims living in makeshift camps in bangladesh as early as two months from now that's according to the government in dyakov while the six hundred thousand row hinge or have fled myanmar since the end of august and in recent days the us secretary of state rex tillerson as described the actions of the burmese military as ethnic cleansing the bbc's gabriel gatehouse as being to bangladesh where he gathered testimony from survivors on one village and i do have to warn you his report contains some disturbing testimony including descriptions of sexual violence mahanagar letting would add new mid edited was headed out community because soldiers surrounded us and made its kneel down by the side of the river to bed you think about the money that it then they began raping and killing at the without the before us too the had my baby with me they snatched him away to flag what kind of ashura met on with maddow they threw him to the ground and killed him rashida begum survived a massacre on the thirty th of august this year soldiers from the burmese military stormed into her village to the totally in reclined state a more i want us with laugh the started learning up the dead bodies on the riverbank with a few people will still noblewoman they started hitting on their heads to finish them off that's muhammed sulaiman another survive his wife and three daughters were killed he and others managed to cross a river and swim to safety from there they watched the horrors unfold a nor a of also managed to escape the while on inaugural up a little bit and melania inland they stood it snatching babies from them of his own egged bring them to the ground then they hit them poohsticks rightful boats i'm not going to do somebody shows some disturbing mobile phone footage of dead children being pulled out of the river oh my god the voice the video says she's been shot at brains have come out this is a really really gruesome criticism it turns out and nura knows these children well say what a lenasia my name's children they were all from the same family twelve of them all of them died.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It no excess she doesn't push patients to violate their beliefs but she will advocate for their health she also finds many for patients have questions about sex some of the young iraqi women will come to me they're planning to get married in two months and they wanna be prepared so the asked me questions about it what is sex feel like and how does it work and then i'll dull even have them come to to me afterwards saying it was terrible nowak also says the clinic has hired more women health providers since so many of their female patients do not want to be examined by mail dr not far from the clinic i visit with two women refugees from somalia they sit in a spartan apartment weather children play the women are pregnant and avoid now doc shares one of the women croatian nor says only her husband is allowed to look at her in my culture law allow a man to look at and lowest on what would be your fear into your feeling if another man it's like like undoing some bad to my husband like fading his rights i asked what would they do in an emergency if only a male doctor is available nor translates for her friend fatima abdeel nor if this law that female took it to help you on you in a situation where it's emergency and you need that care god gives us that support your initiative in is it a malfunction can help you give back yeah and she said it's not the seeing like just a way like god knows you didn't do that on purpose so adamant abdeel north was in a refugee camp and kenya with little medical care during her past pregnancies now in the us she welcomes prenatal checkups even if our culture and religion collide with some help care practices it gives me peace she says because i know the baby is healthy for the world sarah varney buffalo new york sarah story was made possible with support from kaiser health news the phrase was unforgettable totally destroy that's what president trump threatened to do to north korea yesterday in his address to the united nations so how does that threat go down across the border in south korea are bbc colleague gabriel gatehouse has just returned turned from a trip to.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Custody ten thousand dollars one virgin was sold for thirty thousand dollars one meanwhile the syrian democratic forces closing in on the center of rock command the sun queen and how units around the western front it's a tight squeeze inside a homemade arm a truck with a couple of have fight his driving towards the centre of run some queen is a kurdish military commander she's from the city of kabbani hundred and fifty kilometres north of rocket for the kurds the fight against isis is part of a wider struggle for a longheld dream of selfdetermination but for some queen the youngest daughter of eleven children in a conservative society this battle is also a social revolution and its person of ghana used to run that as a child already why are men who is more important than woman in this what we have the chance to show that we at human to and able to do everything in our power to build a new world here all i was gabriel gatehouse there in the city of rackover that similar harrowing report the headlines quick reminder of top of the program you may have heard the discussion the legal advice indeed to the three members of president trump's inner circle huping cold to senate committees to testify about alleged links to russia that's in oh weeks time and an international medical study in science news is identified several lifestyle factors behind the development of dementia time for the sport now at nineteen minutes pasta his matthew and it 1830 tmj tonight sport today we'll have the latest from the confederation of african football's meetings in rabat they will denies haitians executive committee will meet today to decide on shifting the africa cup of nations for men to june and july and possibly an expansion to twenty four teams from sixteen quite a few other proposals during the rounds it's not clear that any other than those two major once again to pass muster chelsea of the a greatest seventy five million dollarplus faithful ramage rinse strike alavaro murata still got to.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The nazi war criminal rudolph hess should be released from captivity in berlin has who had been hitler's deputy was captured on a mission to britain in 1941 but was later found guilty warcrimes incentives found out prison by 1966 he remained at sole prisoner but despite campaigns in germany and britain for his release this was vetoed by the soviet union he eventually killed himself and nineteen eighty seven at the latest bbc news many thanks for the latest hello welcome this is phillip enlarged with the newsday for another half hour will be talking about well we go remarkable report by the bbc's gabriel gatehouse who's been meeting some of the mall puspos we can call them as shorthand wives of islamic state his report on the wei also the debate an argument following the death penalty passed by kenyan court on three men for sexual assault that the death penalty when i should be carried out but it's a serious message it appears to young nairobi residents join assert with their take on that and also at his programs judaean king talked to a famous italian chef but obama on frozen food in a restaurant in italy they take those things series either well we open the program in the united states whereas you've heard new news headlines we've already had president donald trump son donald trump jr his soninlaw nuts jared kushner and the former campaign manager paul manafort have all been asked to appear before senate intelligence committee's next week in order to answer questions about the campaign's alleged connections to russia all three arsoned the closest associates of the present to be called to speak to lawmakers concerning the probe into whether or not russia meddled in the 2016 election and whether there was any collusion between russia and the trump campaign others are allegations of course that the president and his team have consistently denied amongst the many we could have chosen plenty he has won denial from just after he was inaugurated russia is a ruse i have nothing to do with russia haven't made a phone call to russia in years don't speak to people from russia not that i wouldn't it i just have nobody to speak to i spoke to putin twice he called me on the.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Russia is the capital of their caliphate at this caliphate that they declared at three years ago so in a sense when raqqa fools symbolically it is the end of their caliphate it wouldn't be the end of islamic state they will flee out of town they will go to other towns even if they lose all of this cities and territory it's probably not going to be the end of them full stop because as we've seen their very capable of carrying out attacks fall from their bases in syria in europe and elsewhere now we've been talking about rocket today in syria and for many days we've been talking about muscle in iraq and these two cities are part of this this ice controlled land that's shrinking but it still straddles syria in iraq is it continuing to shrink yes it is continuing to shrink and an assault on roaming mostly muslims pretty much done now the assault on on russia is part of that off the rack i think we'll we'll we'll see them a moving down towards there is or at further south into the east so that territory is shrinking but i think that doesn't necessarily mean that that powell vanishes the bbc's gabriel gatehouse he's just back from the front lines of the fight in rocco thank you my pleasure a story now about what happens to some of the millions of syrians who've been forced from their homes a tiny number of them had made their way to japan but the country is exactly putting out the welcome mat last year a record number of people applied for refugee status in japan ninety nine percent of them were rejected from tokyo abigail leonard has the story of one of the few syrians who did get asylum.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Business Daily

"Perhaps this is simply a case of theatrics and overzealous pr but it remains a story of contradictions and announced question gabriel gatehouse reporting that and a reminder that you're listening to business daily from the bbc with me went saga so how do you know if you're being targeted all manipulated in some way by companies using picked data well one way might be to take a course yes a course like that does exist is being offered by the university of washington where it goes by the somewhat blunt title of cooling bs in the age of big data translated into polite language that means calling out the nonsense and dictator it was set up by professor call books trump and jevan west an assistant professor at the university of washington's data lab devon west told me more i think were good as a society assertive calling be us on language but it's this rise of the new school which is the rays of of data graphics and visualization that are coming out us at at higher density every day both in people's professional lives so whether you're a scientist or euro vi see investor trying to evaluate a new company venture capitalist unless here the venture capital investors the world is becoming quantified because of the rise of our ability to collect this kind of information in so with that comes the assorted layering of fancy statistics of new interactive visuals ations that sometimes nefarious lee but most of the time non nefarious louis.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Business Daily

"But now in his first oncamera interview addressing this issue cambridge analytical c claims his company never in fact did any work on brexit for any of the campaign well i think we've been pretty clear about this and consistently clear over the last year or so we had absolutely no goldman's in in the leave campaign we did not do any paid or unpaid work for brexit why did you initially say you had well as she that was really just an example of the pulling the horse we had a site near bacillus pr adviser who who released a press statement he also had a colleague at the launch of leaves use campaign that's correct yes and you still saying that you went working for the media to do any work for them absolutely correct now we deter what were you doing that well we're exploring the possibility of working with them as we where we've actually all the parties that time came agendas occur is a behavioral science and data on this company tries to synthesize base psychology and a big data from predictive analytics to understand audiences both in the political space and the commercial and brand space as well as the government space such that it couldn't improve the efficacy of communications so gabriel gatehouse wants to know does cambridge analytica use techniques notice ceiops or psychological operations as then known in military spheres in western democracies another question for the company ceo alexander neck's we train minitry's all over the world in in silence some and add our military division is is very separate from our political division similar so it's it's a different company it's in a different building it has a far we'll between it it's governed by different board it has its own security clearances um so the the the any commonality between the two might be a some key personnel and possibly some shareholders but cambridge analysts get did you cycle graphics the study and classification of people according to that attitudes aspirations and other psychological criteria in senator ted cruz is campaign in his bid for the republican nomination.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Business Daily

"Hello and welcome to business daily from the bbc i'm manuela sadako south did data analytics companies play a role in determining the outcome of the british vote to leave the european union i think the allegation is that fair practices unfair democracy is under threat if large data companies are processing data in ways that are invisible to the public we have special report plus how can you tell if you the target of big data we get tickets from someone who set up a course on the subject you don't need a phd in statistics or computer science to be able to call us on this stuff just look at the input look at the output and then we provide lots of case studies on how you can do that news you can use here on business daily from the vdc what a fool that personal data that we post online from the food we like to people we loathe is being used by political parties to target us in that campaigns it's a question that worries the uk's data protection watchdog so much so that in may this year it launched a formal investigation into the matter they want to know if targeting voters this way happens not just in recent elections but also in lost his brexit vote here in the uk did data analytics companies try and shape the outcome well the bbc's gabriel gatehouse has also been investigating in particular has been looking at a company called cambridge analytica it denies having had anything to do with the british campaign to leave the eu but it did work for donald trump's presidential campaign aimed at counts president trump's chief strategist steve bannon as a former board member over to gabril cambridge onlooker is a data analytics company with offices in washington new york and london.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thus the reaction from european leaders to the british brevity such offer of eu citizens who've lived in britain cup stay whilst the country leaves a youth but how good this touches it is the devil as ever if a detail power sons old say pickles if you haven't head of the usually elusive see creatures have a quick look online they're not particularly attractive but the now swarming the west coast of the us plus the story of the aged through your hold israeli woman who took the national airline to court on one stood us shore hello on jerry smith with the bbc news european leaders have given a cautious welcome to plans presented by the british prime minister to ensure the rights of the estimated three million european union citizens in britain after it leaves the eu theresa may told a meeting in brussels that any eu citizen who binion britain for five years will be given access to education health care and other benefits after brexit kevin calmly reports the observation by the german chancellor angela merkel that the british migration plan is a good start maybe read is encouraging or is a signal that more will be required so far no one has sounded is delighted or encouraged as the uk delegation may have hoped the dutch prime minister mock ruta said there remained thousands of questions to ask and austria's chancellor christian turn described mrs maes plan as a first step the did not cover many of the concerns of eu migrants the gulf state of qatar has been handed a list of demands by countries have imposed a blockade since early this month the thirteen points include shutting the broadcast aljazeera closing attack his military base and severing links to the muslim brotherhood saudi arabia bahrain the united arab emirates and egypt accused qatar of promoting terrorism and ellegation it denies kurdish and arab fighters in northern syria have advanced to within a few hundred meters of the old city district of russia in a bid to seize the stronghold of islamic militants gabriel gatehouse is with the syrian democratic forces building dry.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News european leaders have given a cautious welcome to plans presented by the british prime minister to ensure the rights of the estimated three million european union citizens in britain after it leaves the eu theresa may told the meeting in brussels that any eu citizen who had been in the britain britain for five years would be given access to education health care and all the benefits after brexit's covering connolly has this report there was no formal debate on theresa may's plan at last night's summit in the peculiar choreography of that breaks it here he left the room shortly the delivering had proposals and let the leaders of the twenty seven reneta states to hear a report on the negotiations so far the observation by the german chancellor angela merkel that the british migration plan is a good start navy read is encouraging or as a signal that more will be required safe all no one has sounded it is delighted or encouraged as the uk delegation may have hoped kurdish and arab fighters in northern syria have advanced to within a few hundred meters of the old city district of raka in their bid to seize the stronghold of islamic state militants gabriel gatehouse is with the syrian democratic forces this thing a long and brutal row they've and just retaken these streets of the fight fighters the call themselves islamic state the stf has made rapid advances towards the sent they have support from american asked rights and artillery returning from the front fightes described intense all night battles as islamic state uses its network of tunnels to staged sneak attacks behind the stf lines the gulf state of qatar has been handed a list of demands by countries who've imposed a blockade since earlier this month the thirteen points include shutting the broadcast aljazira closing a turkish military bags and severing all links to the muslim brotherhood saudi arabia bahrain the united arab emirates and egypt accused gotta news of promoting terrorism and allegation it denies a court in south korea has sentenced trace whom say longtime friend of the former president park in hurry to three years in prison she was at the centre of an influencepeddling scandal which led to his pox removal from office this report from grand ferret miss choi faced a possible seven year jail ten in the event she was sentenced to three years she was found guilty of using.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gabriel gatehouse in raqqa a good start stance on the german chancellor angela merkel described the british plans to ensure the rights of eu citizens in britain after briggs this there are three million of them in the uk i also brussels reporter adam fleming what exactly is being proposed theresa may says that she's making an offer that sfeir and serious for these eu nationals living in the uk she says she doesn't want any family to slits up as a result of for exists or eighty eu national living in the uk legally to have to go as a result of brexit she says any european citizen living in the uk he's got five years under their belts of living in the uk will have lifetime access to health education benefits and pensions the pierre sorts of grace period as well which means that you're arrivals will be given some time to build up enough residency in the uk and another key point she wants this deal to be reciprocal so in other words she wants eu countries to offer the same sort of thing to british nationals living elsewhere in europe what else was debated so the other eu leaders really don't want to make it look like they're being sidetracked by this brexit issue so the whole brexit stuff was relegated to the end of the dinner at the end of the first day a was highprofile for that aba tall they've been talking about other things like counter terrorism and ford affairs and they're particularly proud of the fact that they've agreed to closer cooperation on defense and the next few months to be launching a permanent mechanism by which the twenty seven remaining eu countries will be able to cooperate on military missions and they're launching a new defense fund which means they'll be able to cooperate on designing and procuring new military kit and what do we know of what's on the agenda third day two of these negotiations similar thorny issues migration and jobs and competitiveness and the economy basically and that's one of the prime topics for the new fr french president emmanuel macron that's where he wants to make his mark at this summit and a half to say there is a bit of a buzz in the air not just because he's here but also eu leaders feel that they turned to bits of a corner and actually they feel that they could they've proved now that the eu.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the mobile phones of journalists lawyers and activists he said those accusing his administration had to show more evidence when ground reports now from mexico city earlier this week an investigation by an internet watchdog at the university of toronto found at spy way made by the israeli nso group and that his own the celtic governments was found inside ten offensive the journalists and activists the pegasus spy was installed by clicking on a link which arrived fire message from an unknown number but missed opinion yet though denied his administration was behind the alleged espionage and cooled on those affected to provide more evidence of government in feldman trading has resumed in china in the shares of a company old baa the world's biggest cinema operator dalian wanda group after they fell by nearly ten percent on thursday the sharp drop took place after the authorities issued warnings about the systemic risk of overseas investments and asked banks to assess their exposure shares in other conglomerates with large falling acquisitions also fell sharply a former us government consultant has appeared in court charged with passing topsecret defence documents to a chinese agent covered mallory travels to shanghai earlier this year he told fbi agents that he relieved the person he met there was working for a chinese think tank mr mallory who was sixty six faces a maximum sentence of life in prison if found guilty bbc news you're listening to the newsroom from the bbc world service on danny cox we'll have more on the british prime minister's office to eu citizens living in britain in just a moment but first the syrian city of raca is they defacto capital of the islamic state group now americanbacked fighters have taken their offensive to within a few hundred meters of the old city all reporter gabriel gatehouse is one of the first journalists to reach raqqa and he sent this report from the frontline hi our in a fan wave fight sza where with the syrian democratic fourth the stf it's a coalition of arab fighters and kaddish forces they've made rapid advances through the suburbs of russia in the past few weeks fanning i ask dry.

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"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"gabriel gatehouse" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The center of the city is about five or six hundred meters away there is still sniperfire coming in and you can hear that returning fire returning from the front exhausted fighters described intense who might battles as islamic state uses its network of tunnels to stage sneak attacks this is going to be along part funded if i lose his racket will surely bringing eventually end of the california but then the ideology die along with probably not it certainly won't be the end of serious loan war of the violent scorned around the world gabriel gatehouse in northern syria will as we heard thousands of civilians all still trapped in raqqa muhammed yeah yeah of bbc arabic told us more about the different fronts of the fight against isis there's been a lot of progress being made an intensification of the fighting in moves will emden rock he's do cities the battle there are they makes me may take some time but it's almost certainly that the isis would be defeated in these two cities but the the american chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said a few days ago that the victory against islamic state rocca musso will not mark the end of the war because we looking at the very complex picture here on one hand you looking at the socalled islamic state group how will it's mutates in the next phase and in on the other hand you looking at various other tensions that are a searing up and that could turn into very dangerous escalations as you say it is an extremely complex picture and over the past few weeks we have seen signs of tensions increasing tensions between the main backers of both government and opposition forces humbly yes there is a very dangerous situation developing in the south east of syria where the americans are a training and arming a group of a local syrian of fighters.

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