17 Burst results for "Tigris river"

"tigris river" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"tigris river" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"With the greatest. He beat tigris river that day in salt. Roy he's very very popular for Tend to follow funds. But are you. Prepared to forgive abracadabra and do you take saudi who we were very excited about last year but we only got to see once. What's your thoughts on the rice. Yes jason interesting one. Really if you take how jason. There's any seven pounds on the separates the field on jason medicines. No good enough to win this advocate avarice always read disappointed by that run at down royal was. It wasn't horrendous. You you'd want to see a champion future champion hoodlum probably win that when it reasonably. Well if he's going to be one still time is definitely still being ahead but she's can in las. Jc prem- was a fantastic performance. Probably unlucky loser that day to be honest even though she did get don round the bend mean. Yeah on that evidence you gotta give the the race to saw two for me because even though you need to go through loss timeout Easier and that would in the county ziara on who has since gone onto to good things himself. is very very strong indeed and should've fantastic turn of foot which we we saw a glimpse over tipperary las time so sarah wa- for me is a is a lobbyist winner for will clearly relies on during roz than saudi. A you have the world is feet off winning this obviously. Nothing's going to plan since. It's a big shame because he's a very very sounded also had no luck in his career whatsoever So we'll see real saturday Is going to be on sunday. I think i think he might need the run. Despite the fact he did defy long layoff to win the race last year. So for me sar will is the to be. I want to see. More from abracadabra Wise the most exciting of these. He reminds me a little bit down naturally the way that he quickens up in his races in the same colors. So hopefully you can win this and go on to better things. 'cause he looks a real live chomping contender forty Umass can just do a quote on on the saudi for you again. This is from david. Jennings the racing post Not just stealing his work so the official quote from saudi was. He's in great shape and he's entered in the happens grace. But there's the morgan in a few weeks before this and you want it last year. Some of his former entitles him to be aimed at the top races. And i'd love to get at least one crack at the champion hurdle with him. He then goes on to talk about roy Again in the same piece. He's always worked very well. And i would say the piece of work he did before. Cheltenham was one of the best bits of work. We've seen on our gallup all year. We were delighted to give barry. Guaracy friend of the podcast. His final cheltenham win the county hurdle and.

Roy tigris river jason Jennings Jc prem Cheltenham sarah wa barry Umass david official
"tigris river" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"tigris river" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Futures up fifty eight Dow futures up one hundred fifty seven Janice her body Bloomberg radio use radio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM good morning at seven forty five it's Thursday January the second a munching here the trump administration starts the new year having to deal with to potentially volatile situations one Generac the others in North Korea and joining us now details in both situations bills imprint happy new year bill Hey thank you rob same to you yeah the the new year really starting off with a couple of big challenges for the administration first of all in Iraq where things just got ugly over the last week you at protesters storming the embassy compound in Baghdad and the greens on there and ate it they're really looked up probably worse than it turned out to be but don't those protesters have now withdrawn from the greens all mayor across the tigris river and it's set up and it can't meant there so while they are still in the area the protests have calmed down for now but it still remains a kind of a smoldering situation there in Iraq that the administration is is taking very seriously so much so that Mike Pompeii was canceled a trip to the Ukraine where that was a huge trip he was supposed to meet with bottom is alleged either president we all know about his story having to do with the the phone call with the president so the fact that they always call off that trip tells you that the United States is is looking at this very seriously and keep an eye on North Korea till you know we were promised a what a Christmas present or something like that yeah I got lost in the mail I guess because we didn't get a Christmas present from came John on end the deadline is passed that he sat by the United States to come up with a new proposal for denuclearization he did talk this week to a group of party officials in North Korea and has said that that North Korea is going to make a shocking move against the United States and says the world will witness a new strategic weapon so this has our surveillance people our military surveillance people working twenty four hours a day just keeping an eye on what North Korea could be up to hear the president Ron seems to have dismissed all this saying Hey I like.

Generac North Korea Iraq Baghdad tigris river Mike Pompeii Ukraine president United States John Ron Bloomberg
"tigris river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The governor in house speaker, Michael Madigan or not to be trusted. They're putting a constitutional amendment on your twenty twenty ballot. Paving the way for their jobs tax on the middle class. It won't say how much you pay a blank check for Springfield. The battle lines are being drawn on a screen near you. Craig Delamore, NewsRadio one five point nine FM. President Trump said in a tweet today it's time for the US to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. That move has not been recognised internationally telephone call Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked President Trump. For recognizing Israel e sovereignty on the Golan saying he had made history Netanyahu said later that in the long history of the Jewish people. They have had no greater friend than President Trump. Robert Berger CBS news Jerusalem ferry packed with people celebrating on Iraqi holiday sank in the Tigris river at least seventy seven people were killed when an overloaded ferry carrying families on an outing sank in the Tigris river Moselle in northern Iraq officials say most of the victims were women and children who could not swim. They say the ferry had been loaded to several times its capacity and high water levels in the river are to blame for the incident, Dale gavlak or CBS news. I'm on the Red Cross is pouring aid into stricken Mozambique following a devastating cyclone and flood red crosses, sending emergency sanitation and water facilities to the heart. Hit Mozambican port of Beira, and is appealing for ten million dollars to help seventy five thousand of the worst affected people. The group says. Annotation and mortar units will be crucial in preventing the spread of waterborne disease. Experts will arrive in bay in the coming days and sanitation facilities from the twenty thousand people and equipment to produce clean. Water. Fifteen thousand will arrive in the port city early next week. I'm the owner of Harry carries restaurant says there's a hidden vault supposed to be in his building which was once owned by alcohol connected mob. Sarah, carries owner grant porter says he got building plans yesterday from the Chicago history museum from a time when mobster Frank nitty was going to have some work done on the building a spot that has a bricked-over doorway. Now, it showed that behind that door is installed. Evolve. Now. Now, we're just wondering what could what could be in their deported right now does not plan any Geraldo Rivera type reveal which turned up poorly for Rivera. I really wouldn't want to open up the bricks and then find a empty round reporter might want to use something to look through the bricks before breaking down the wall. We actually open it up. We find any money in it. Let the money how you know half with us in half with that..

President Trump Prime Minister Benjamin Netany Tigris river Israel Geraldo Rivera Tigris river Moselle Michael Madigan Golan Heights Beira Craig Delamore CBS reporter Springfield Red Cross Frank nitty NewsRadio Robert Berger Iraq Dale gavlak
"tigris river" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Then there's things like rope rescue. So basically anywhere DOD asset can get into trouble appears to be able to go there. So that can include some someone gets caught in the mountain somewhere and you have to be performed like lower yourself to a cer-. Survivor and then create a mechanical advantage system with the ropes to raise that person up. So it's cool that it provides a huge variety of rescue skills combined with the with the medicine, but you know, in most situations, you're there, I extricate, and then stabilized the patient, and that usually requires some kind of technical rescue expertise along with the medical piece. So there's obviously a lot of overlap and redundancy between some of the soft teams. But I think what differentiates para-rescue is like general your missions or deliberately for personnel recovery. Or like a mass casualty incident or some kind of a technical rescue versus your overtly looking for confrontation. And then you're only on call. If something, you know, someone gets shot are heard on the mission you're going in for the most part knowing that something bad has happened to somebody. And that obviously changes how you plan at a changes the tactics. That's pitas, operate unilaterally. There are some PJ's. Like, I said who maybe get farmed out to particular special operations unit they serve as like more of a traditional medic type role. But they're still going to carry all their extrication equipment and technical gear because they have that capabilities. They wanna bring that to the fight as well. So hopefully that kind of answered the question. Yeah. Definitely. And the other thing I think that's worth mentioning is all of you guys are dive in freefall qualified, right? Correct me if I'm wrong the reason being because you have to get where we are so odiaun gets into trouble and somebody gets hurt you need to be able to get to whatever shit. They got into a weird thing with the dive is never had a dive mission. But there's been a lot of dive missions, actually, like an Iraq where like vehicle was on a bridge crossing river ide- hits it now the vehicles fallen into the Tigris river or whatever. And I mean, usually dive missions or recovery's, which is not ideal. But to bring the bring the bodies back there's been quite a few, sir. Theives and whether it was like Iraq or Afghanistan or some kind of UAB crashes off the coast of Africa. So there have been quite a few dive missions. I would say probably peaches have been the most active in the self community doing dive missions because for the most part. There have been too many dive infils some of the more as far as units combat diver underwater demolitions. I mean, we haven't seen that much if all transparent like the dives at is are doing or not like combat dive scenario where we went to school and spent four weeks doing close circuit. But we didn't really train it that much because for the most part, we're doing recovery's where it is a little bit more over you're going to have security, and I mean, you're not you're not gonna like you're not doing a recovery mission bullets are going off Ryan, but it is an austere environment. I mean, it sucks it's dark and it's murky, and it's not it's cold. It's like it's not recreational scuba dive in the military take the fun of a lot of. Skydiving or scuba diving. And that's why I'm not at the diving even having gotten out because they didn't have great experiences with its using throwing up on a boat and then going down to the cold water where I can't see and putting my hand the ground doing a search pattern looking for something the freefall courses, probably like the most fun. Definitely the most fun. Course. I want to in the army. But yeah. Even that it's like, oh you like skydiving. All right. We're going to put you on oxygen. Right. You're going to jump at eighteen thousand feet, we're going to do it at night. And here's a ninety pounds of shit strapped your body. We're gonna you know, you just kind of Waddell to the ramp into fall out. Yeah. I was lucky. I went to the the navy freefall. Course fuck you. So you're saying hotel and Chula visa, which is right outside San Diego..

para-rescue Iraq DOD Tigris river Waddell San Diego UAB navy Ryan Africa Afghanistan eighteen thousand feet ninety pounds four weeks
"tigris river" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"You can't show up in a place like you're on some foreign planet and try to just get straight to work all the time. You gotta ride a jetski across the Tigris river. You gotta go eat, MAs, goof, you gotta hang out and then people wanna hang out. I'm this guy is you know, south lawn almighty. If you're listening south one know that we're talking about you and your love of game of thrones here on at this office of another show that you should be watching. And this is one is rebuilding Mosul brick by brick, and we don't talk about that all the time when we talk about is. Peak TV. Right? Yeah, that's great, right. So you're doing that you're engaging that, but how do you figure out who to trust and how do you figure out who's lying to you? You know, you just keep doing regular life, but in addition to your your life, you are trying to learn everything about that person all the time. So you are looking everything up your, you're verifying things. So somebody tells you something you go and try to verify at three other ways. In the case of an airstrike you try to if somebody says my house got blown up by an American missile, how do you go and try to figure that out while you call the Americans? The Americans don't wanna talk to you. You call the neighbors. You can't get the numbers on the phone. You call the police. The police say, why would we care about that? You go to the house, you get to the house. There's a big pile a rebel. You think this is a little bit more credible now, then you have the beginning of the story? Yes. And then you get there in the house isn't blowing up and you don't trust the person anymore. And if that person told you call my cousin to, then you're not cousin either. Exactly. And this is about how you deal with security to you get past. I don't remember who said this to me, but it was evocative is. Chain of trust. I know that I can be into Crete with fixer x. talking to Colonel y talking to asset z. because I trust the person who introduced me to fix her originally. And if I don't trust that person, I'm not going to go the rest of the chain. So you can go as far as you trust down that chain and where it breaks. You just hope it doesn't break in a place where it's like buying weed in Times Square in eighth grade. As time by the time I was in eighth grade Times Square was looking at dick different way, but what I. What did you did you buy in times gurney threat. A guy would tell you that he could like a guy would tell you that he could find it and he would bring it back and then you had to decide that guy really go to time square is like gonna be oregano. Is that. We'd ninth grade once I took. I smoked for like one week in ninth grade and the not again till college. I had a bad week. In ninth grade at men that was it. But I do remember getting sold oregano essentially, from guy said he went to get it and that I learned that lesson which is I should go with the guy if I wanted to Canada now where it's legal by the way, it's legal here in New York City. If you want, you could get some. Even though you're where the Cush from. So you're always over there where there's Cush. So if you want that you could find. Did did your. When you became aware that you had certain gifts did it immediately come. With a sense of duty attached to it, a sense of like just duty to to to to the, let's say those those gifts that that that you had. Was there ever a time when someone learns fast runner. There's a time that just run because they love to run, and then maybe they realized that can put that to use in a different way. It's really kind of you to say when I became aware of my gift, I feel a little bit like LeBron trying to take my talent to Miami. I mean, I guess I do have certain gifts, but it's not..

Times Square Tigris river LeBron Crete New York City Miami Canada one week
"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I reach over and i wake everybody up and say hey we got more we have more patients outside so everybody without saying a word without complaining which is get up completely exhausted waking up from the hour of sleep that they just had its to clock in the morning just completely miserable and we throw gear on and we walk out into the darkness when we walk out of the darkness there were small red tactical lights that you use on headlamps and that sort of thing so that way it's harder to see it's hard for isis to see so we'd walk out there and under red light we'd see women children old people wounded and moaning and twisted and horrible positions in pain and they had all come down from the specific street that we were told they racket soldiers toast do not go down the street or you'll get shot the street was a five lane city highway their safehouse was tucked into a side alley right around the corner so at first light ephraim and dave walked out onto the road and began to realize the people they had treated all night with the few survivors among scores of dead the highway was littered with concrete rebel burned out cars and people trying to drag their way to safety so we got up into one of the destroyed buildings that had a view cut off from the view of isis and the snipers but we could look down over this highway and all four lanes the highway littered with bodies you imagine what a nightmare would be like truly but it was real as extremely real bodies all over all over the road and the road that we were looking at was a four lane highway right knicks right next to the tigris river brutal horrible horrible sickening twenty right away thirty forty seventy i counted a lot of people have been shot and play dead then we started to realize oh there's some sort of massacre that happened here describe what you remember of people what you know when we're looking at people i started coming my kids her interest maybe kidding glenn i'm one hundred yeah.

ephraim dave tigris river knicks glenn
"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Would i reach over and i wake everybody up and say hey we got more we have more patients outside so everybody without saying a word without complaining which is get up completely exhausted waking up from the hour of sleep if they just had its to clock in the morning just completely miserable throw our gear on and we walk out into the darkness when we walk out into the darkness there were small red tactical lights that you use headlamps and that sort of thing so that way it's harder to see it's hard for isis to see so we'd walk out there and under red light we'd see women children old people wounded and moaning and twisted and horrible positions in pain and they had all come down from the specific street that we were told they rackets soldiers toes do not go down that street or you'll get shot the street was a five lane city highway their safehouse was tucked into a side alley right around the corner so at first light ephraim and dave walked out onto the road and began to realize the people they had treated all night with the few survivors among scores of dead the highway was littered with concrete rebel burned out cars and people trying to drag there way to safety so we got up into one of the destroy buildings that had a view cut off from the view of isis and the snipers but we could look down over this highway and all four lanes the highway which littered with bodies you imagine what a nightmare would be like truly but it was real as extremely real bodies all over all over the road and the road that we were looking at was a four lane highway right next right next to the tigris river brutal horrible horrible sickening twenty right away thirty forty seventy i a lot of people have been shot and play dead then we started realize oh there's some sort of massacre that happened here describe what you remember of people like what what know oh yeah when people first started coming kids taking the first patients eighty mocked laughed.

ephraim dave tigris river
"tigris river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Would i reach over and i wake everybody up and say hey we got more we have more patients outside so everybody without saying a word without complaining which is get up completely exhausted waking up from the hour of sleep if they just had its to clock in the morning just completely miserable and we throw gear on and we walk out into the darkness when we walk out of the darkness there were small red tactical lights that you use headlamps and that sort of thing so that way it's harder to see it's hard rises to see so we'd walk out there and under red light beat see women children old people wounded and moaning and twisted and you know horrible positions in pain and they had all come down from the specific street that we were told they racket soldiers toast do not go down the street you'll get shot this street was a five lane city highway their safehouse was tucked into a side alley right around the corner so at first light ephraim and dave walked out onto the road and began to realize the people they had treated all night with a few survivors among scores of dead the highway was littered with concrete rebel burned out cars and people trying to drag there way to safety so we got up into one of the destroyed buildings that had a few cut off from the view of isis in the snipers but we could look down over this highway and all four lanes the highway which littered with bodies you imagine what a nightmare would be like truly but it was real is extremely real bodies all over all over the road and the road that we were looking at was a four lane highway right next right next to the tigris river brutal horrible horrible sickening twenty right away thirty forty seventy i counted a lot of people have been shot and play dead then we started to realize oh there's some sort of massacre that happened here describe what you remember of people like what you saw no when we're looking at people i started coming you're taking the first dr eighty leading sorry.

ephraim dave tigris river
"tigris river" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"So but that's if we were to make a five grade kingdom lo whatever the idea is life is good in baghdad your educated you're wealthy you have lots of opportunities it is what you would want the opportunity to be it's like living in new york american nineteen 55 london in nineteen ten a rome in one hundred babel on and seventeen fifty b c now this memphis in your two thousand twenty two hundred b c in egypt this is the kind of life have you could pick your life that's which would back there's a problem though and that problem is that we have a book and that book is a complete guy to living and that book came from god and that book doesn't have indian math roman engineering or greek philosophy in it we are picking other people's cultures and god didn't tell us to do that and so how does god feel about us taking a look at his book that he wrote with the complete guide living and insane i'm going to add stuff to that will then it is incomplete and god's i'm so happy about that and so what happens god sends an invasion a destruction and that is the mongol invasion and twelve fifty eight the mongols on the first genghis khan who conquered northern china from the song s o n g and then will conquer central asia than under his uh youngest son ovadai will invade into the middle east and obliterated and i mean a total destruction and twelve fifty eight they obliterated baghdad there are some archaeologists that i have read that say that modern baghdad isn't wear medieval baghdad is that they had to shift it i don't know if it's true i don't know that it's just moved a few miles upper down the tigris river that they moved it.

baghdad memphis egypt genghis khan china asia tigris river new york
"tigris river" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Likes to their full statement we posted it on our website for when it's were we'll be right back the beat d a b i it's town in syria it's not a big tell us about three thousand people also very close to the turkish border about six miles from the border and islamic prophecy debakey is the site of the apocalypse is for the final decisive battle between muslims and nonbelievers is supposed to take place at the end of the world debbie the terrorist group isis decided to put the idea of two peak and a place of to be at the centre of its propaganda for a long time that's where this this video with this image of this isis fighter carrying their black flag was mistaken hillside overlooking to be it's also why isis initially named they're isis propaganda magazine dubuc starting in two thousand fourteen until october 2016 when isis actually did have a battle in the week and they lost syrian rebels pushed isis out of that village of beat that isis had chosen to put at the centre of their propaganda that made an awkward of course since their whole magazine was named after this prophecy about a town they'd now lost so they decided to take the easy route and rename their magazine it's now called rumania which means rome in arabic at least there's no threat they'll lose rome and have to lose that magazine title as well city of muscle is in iraq it's about two hundred and fifty miles north of baghdad one of the largest and most cosmopolitan of iraq cities also has the distinction of sitting smack in the middle of the tigris river.

syria rumania rome tigris river iraq baghdad
"tigris river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The two sides of life in the iraqi city of musso it has been three months since isis was forced out of the city the fighting reduced one side the west to ruins the eastern side of muscle though is thriving and here's tina rafts went to look at this cities deep physical and social divisions this is the east mozell the streets are full of cars again instead of military vehicles they are women driving their wedding celebrations and the cafes in the shops are open again those all kinds of things that isis banned in three years it ruled this city city also liberalled divi lieutenant doesn't in most of things i sell were forbidden by isis pants were women party justice anything beautiful like this was banned let's let gelled at his shop across the river in west muscle was destroyed so he opened one here it's flow of sparkley dresses imported from turkey he says business is really good joe dances security is list until now is better than it is in baghdad most of the damage done in the fight against isis wiz quickly repaired here in the busy shops and restaurants in bustling streets you can see a bit of wine those sle was once arax commercial hub but the other side of town across the tigris river is a different story javad that is mi jim subsequently down into friend you're standing on the riverbank snapping celsius their backdrop is western missile the tops of the buildings it been blowing off the skyline is monochromatic grey concrete rubble in black scorched halls b left six years ago when it started getting dangerous and he doesn't see himself losing back it was so hard for me to see it like this it makes my heart hurt he says rhode island mattering in west is.

tigris river musso joe baghdad three months three years six years
"tigris river" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on Gastropod

"It's kind of a hopeful thing you know what's more conard points out if we stop encouraging it by using such huge quantities of antibiotics on the farm bacteria could theoretically lose their resistance really pretty quickly because you know bacterial a very short time in the generation span is really really short and uh that allows mutations and other evolution to happen very very rapidly bite in ancient messy timia around the city of babylon which is near where baghdad iraq is these days along the euphrates and tigris river there were tons of really plump juicy fruit that led into what likely were the first winds and what comes after wine is vinegar that's michael harlan turquel he's the author of a new cookbook called acid trip that celebrates vinegar the first vinegar is where from wind that had gone off the clue as in the name vinegar comes from that ags or literally in french sour wine and people mostly consumed those first accidental vinegar is as a beverage like the wind they used to beat but they quickly realized that this sour wine had other uses their instances of it not only as the celebrate or you drink but also as this currency in egypt they were trading vinegar 's tune bombers when you know a family member past so it was a preservative in both ways vinegar was so valuable that people used it to pay to have their relatives embalmed but ironically they also figured out that the vinegar could do the work of preserving the dead body itself and if our has a really low p h it's really acidic and that means it kills off other microbes that would make the body decay two for one like michael says the earliest vinegar is were probably made in the middle east just because the first winds were made there.

babylon iraq tigris river egypt baghdad michael harlan
"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There is a revenge campaign happening in muscle the started when iraqi forces were fighting to retake the city from isis in it's gone on since iraq regained control of it soldiers have been rounding up in prosecuting anyone suspected to be a member of isis or related to one or a sympathiser of the terrorist group in many cases those detained are abused and executed human rights observers say the tactics being used by the military are warcrimes i mean in terms of executions we're seeing men being sought we're seeing even more grotesque cases for example men being thrown off cliffs into the tigris river and then being shot upon as they lands numerous cases of really severe torture sometimes leading to death they'll kiss villa is senior iraq researcher at human rights watch answer how many people have been killed unfortunately getting number is is incredibly difficult one of the main reasons that that it is so difficult is that the iraqi forces are restricting access not all only two organizations like human rights watch but the international journalists all i can say anecdotally is that when i go into camps camps that are housing the displaced families from all saul almost every tenth i go to either has a loved one who is missing or has loved ones who were killed as they were escaping the city and i use the phrase prosecuting in our introduction but is that what's going on here i mean how do they determine if someone was isis or as they are no locally das well when isis took hold in two thousand and fourteen the authorities immediately drew together a list of what at the time was eight thousand names of individuals that locals who fled isis territory identified as supporters of isis isis fighters that list has grown and is now over ninety thousand nails and basically when men and envoys flee any territory that was under isis control their identity cards get checked against this database of name and if their name is flagged then they are detained in the undergo a judicial process whereby interrogators extract a confession generally and then put them before an investigative judge that's the formal process.

tigris river researcher human rights saul isis isis iraq ninety thousand nails
"tigris river" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Skyline of mosul in some cases in is in the background there is footage of iraqis taking revenge on isis prisoners guys who just surrender and i saw one piece of footage where there been in in arabic they're asking some of the iraqi soldiers will k who is the next guy he's isis is he dashes he dash your dash and these guys were surrendering thinking they would be taken to a prison camp or something but they're unceremoniously brought to the edge of this building and thrown off and it's not high enough to kill them but as high enough to injured them badly and then they're shot as they're lying there well this was the site almost four years ago were isis took a bunch of several thousand iraqi prisoners iraqi army prisons on civilians but iraqi army prisoners who put their weapons down and surrendered they put them in assembly lines and they marched them into the tigris river with a bullet in the head they would walk up to an executioner with with their hands tied behind their back in their head bowed down they be shot hadn't kicked in and it was an assembly line and it's very very violent horrible video and if you watch ten seconds of that video which by the way unlike here in the us that video was shown over and over and over in iraq so so keep that in mind now my initial thought is i know full well that what they're doing is ron i know full well that in no context eu execute prisoners unless there not actually surrendering unless there rising up or they're trying to overthrow your disarm you or whatever then you're you're justified in in killing prisoners but when people are unarmed and they're and they're shackled or tied up and their prisoners it's your obligation under the geneva conventions to to safeguard them and and secure them and all that that being said i've never lived my country has never been overrun by an army of cycles zealots who destroyed my history three went up to my monuments.

mosul tigris river iraq ten seconds four years
"tigris river" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Abrasions popped up throughout baghdad today after the prime minister declared a total victory over isis in lull so it's a massive assault by iraqi forces supported by the us and coalition forces to retake most and there is still some fighting and troops are working to clear explosive device isis richard angled has the latest we are in the old city of mosul and this is the frontline in the fight against isis isis has chosen this place to make its last stand in the city and we're not just the anywhere in the old city just beyond these buildings to my left is the tigris river and the tigris river for the iraqi troops to be doing the ground fighting for they're american advisers who've been carrying out the airstrikes in support of the iraqi ground troops have always been the objective because the old city ends at the tigris river so the fact that the iraqis are here shows that the main thrust of this operation to push isis out has more or less come to its and there are still some pockets of fighting we've been hearing some gunfire there've been some rights coming in you could hear one right now it will take some more time for the last pockets to be cleared out but the main offensive nine months of work since this offensive to drive isis from muscle since it began that mean offensive has now more or less reached its conclusion richard angle nbc news muscle the today in.

baghdad prime minister assault us explosive device mosul tigris river nbc nine months
"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fight to retake mozell isn't quite done most so as a reminder is a rocks second largest city it is the last major city where isis as controls territory in iraq and we reach the man commanding coalition ground forces there major general joseph martin is land component commander for the twenty three countries fighting alongside iraqi forces we carbon baghdad via skype good morning to speak to you could speak to you to update us on the battle for more so on where things stand and how much fighting there is left to do well in the battle to liberate muzzle were in the final stages of that the iraqi security forces are making progress each and every day they've guy isis surrounding in the old city area of mozell on the west side of the river since the tigris river that runs a longterm uh so the tigris river in so they're continuing to take more and more terrain each and every day do you have an estimate of how many isis fighters are still inside muscle mary louise it's tough to tell how many fighters you there but i can take each day their numbers are getting less and less is iraqis continue to make progress where are the isis fighters who you have driven out of most oil going there are trapped they're not going anywhere they've got two choices mary louise then he they're going to surrender or they're going to die they don't have a place to escape to give us a sense of whether the city is functioning at all at this point joint eminences of a battle of grinding urban warfare that has been going for eight months thenassumed picture of what it is like on the ground there i'd love to i visit mozell at least once a week i'm amazed at the progress in terms of by reestablising essential services markets standing out we're seeing asphalt being repaired and the numbers of vehicles cabs trucks buses commodities and people are flowing into mozell not outta mls but from a military standpoint how are you able to gauge that the people going in our civilians his opposed to enemy combatants who are coming back into the city it's pretty easy to see exactly uh who's walking in you got work crews that are on the ground this work programme whether cleaning out the rubble they're cleaning up the roads they're planning trees on the.

mozell joseph martin commander baghdad mozell tigris river mary louise iraq skype eight months
"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"tigris river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The final stages of that the iraqis dirty forces are making progress each and every day they've guy isis surrounded in the old city the area of mozell on the west side of the river says the tigris river that runs along thermo so the tigris river in so they're continuing to take more and more terrain each and every day do you have an estimate of how many isis fighters are still inside muscle mary louise it's tough to kohalmi fighters you there but i can tell you each day their numbers are getting less and less as the iraqis continue make progress where are the isis fighters who you have driven out of most oil going there trapped they're not going anywhere they'd get two choices mary louise the neither going to surrender or they're going to die they don't have a place to escape to give us a sense of whether the city is functioning at all at this point and this is a battle of grinding urban warfare that has been going for eight months penny saputra what it is like on the ground there i'd love to visit mozell at least once a week i'm amazed at the progress in terms of uh reestablising essential services markets standing up we're seeing asphalt being repaired and the numbers of vehicles cabs trucks buses commodities and people are flowing into mozell not automobiles but from a military standpoint how are you able to gauge that the people going in our our civilians as opposed to enemy combatants who are coming back into the city it's pretty easy to see exactly uh who's walking in you got work crews that are on the ground this work programme were they're cleaning out the rubble they're cleaning up the roads they're planning trees on.

mozell tigris river eight months