Slain journalist’s last report for RT: Raqqa refugees blame coalition for bombing schools, hospitals
In his last news story for RT Arabic, journalist Khaled Alkhateb talked to refugees from Raqqa who spoke about the death and destruction caused by coalition strikes. The 25-year-old was killed Sunday in a shelling offensive by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria.

"The coalition bombed schools and civilians. That’s why our children do not go to schools now. Many civilians were hurt, as it [coalition] hit both schools and hospitals," Abu Amdjad told Alkhateb, who worked with RT Arabic last week.

The man was among many other civilians who had been forced to flee Raqqa. In their home town, not a single government building was left unscathed from the coalition airstrikes, people told the reporter, saying that the US-led coalition bombed every building, claiming that IS terrorists were hiding there.

Alkhateb reported from the Syrian city of Hama.

A fourth grader told the journalist that the coalition forces bombed his school and "deprived us of the opportunity to study."

"There were refugees from Aleppo and other areas inside the school during the raids. Many of them died as a result of these airstrikes," the boy said.

People from small villages in the Raqqa region also shared their suffering with Alkhateb, claiming the coalition strikes had destroyed their homes, water supplies and "burnt down hundreds of hectares of land." Locals lost all their crops, they lamented.

Another Raqqa resident said the coalition used white phosphorus in several districts. In June, Amnesty International warned the US-led coalition against the use of white phosphorus near civilians which is against international law.

"It is obvious that all the sides who are responsible for deploying aviation, including the international coalition, all those who give orders, should very well think of the consequences of their actions. For the civilians not to be killed or forced to flee, and all the civilian infrastructure not to be destroyed," Alkhateb said in his last report for RT Arabic.

On Sunday, the journalist was killed in a rocket attack by IS militants in Homs province. He died while filming a report on the Syrian Army's operations against IS terrorists. His cameraman, Muutaz Yaqoub, was injured in the shelling. Several Syrian soldiers were also killed and injured in the attack.

The same day, at least six civilians were reportedly killed and 10 others injured in the US-led international coalition bombing of the city of Abu Kamal in the Syrian governorate of Deir ez-Zor, Syria's SANA news agency reported. Women and children are reportedly among the dead, SANA said citing local sources, also claiming that the airstrikes caused serious damage to civilian infrastructure.

Last week, while demanding that the American-led coalition strikes stop, Damascus told the UN that it wants the US and its allies to pay for the destruction of Syrian infrastructure and to bear legal responsibility for "illegitimately" bombing civilian targets.

The ongoing US-led anti-terrorist airstrikes "continue to claim the lives of hundreds of innocent Syrian civilians," the Permanent Mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations said in letters addressed to the UN Secretary-General and the President of the Security Council.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:28| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ロシア副外相 北朝鮮は核を武器として使う瞬間から何年も離れている 到達していない

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov has said the threat posed by North Korea should not be exaggerated and that a rational solution should be found by Russia and the United States.

“I think we are years and years away from a moment they can weaponize,” Ryabkov told ABC’s ‘This Week.’

“What they are testing are quite primitive devices which require months for preparation, and which are essentially pieces of equipment with all sorts of wires and additional elements around, which simply cannot be put on top of any missile.”

Ryabkov said that while Moscow was just as keen as Washington to achieve a nuclear free Korean peninsula, any measures taken by the international community must be proportionate and must not demonize North Korea.

“We are in the process of discussing a draft resolution for the UN Security Council that would take further measures, and we are prepared to do so, but this resolution should not equate measures that are targeted on stopping the illegal activities of Pyongyang in the area of nuclear weaponization and missile developments to the economic suffocation of the whole country,” Ryabkov said.

“Here we have a red line which we should observe. We’re hoping we will find a way forward collectively, co-operatively in New York at the Security Council and we will continue our bilateral exchanges with Washington on this issue because it’s very serious and it’s dangerous... and we are concerned [because] North Korea is very close to Russian borders.”

Ryabkov also touched on the ongoing Russia-related scandals facing the Trump administration; starting with the case of former Russian ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak, who, during the 2016 presidential campaign, met with soon-to-be Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

“If ambassador Kislyak was not contacting some people on the other side, so to say, he wouldn’t have been performing his functions as he should, and in fact the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations require diplomatic missions in every country maintain widespread contacts to learn more on the circumstances of the host country. That is exactly what Kislyak was doing.”

“Washington DC is a city where everyone meets and everyone talks, and the very fact that someone saw some Russians somewhere is now close to a criminal act, I think.”

“I think it’s ridiculous. It’s degrading for such a great country as the United States.”

Ryabkov added that any information the Kremlin may have had about the Hillary Clinton campaign could be obtained by anyone using open, publicly-available sources.

“We are not doing anything to the detriment of the domestic developments or internal affairs of any country, the US included. It’s very, very far from the very principles of Russian foreign policy, which is to watch for the preservation of international law, to be equal and respectful to others.”
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:18| Comment(2) | 国際・政治

フィリッピンの麻薬犯罪の一翼を担う市長 3人目が殺害された

Police Kill Philippine Mayor, Wife in Drug Raid
TEHRAN (FNA)- Phillippine police killed a city mayor, his wife and 10 others during a series of pre-dawn anti-drug raids in the South.

Reynaldo Parojinog, mayor of Ozamiz city, is the latest official to be killed since President Rodrigo Duterte launched a drug war, Al-Jazeera reported.

Officers were to serve warrants for the arrest of Parojinog, his daughter, and four other officials of Ozamiz city when they allegedly opened fire on Sunday.

The officers were "met with volleys of fire from [the mayor's] security, prompting the Philippine National Police personnel to retaliate," Chief Superintendent Timoteo Pacleb said in a statement.

Parojinog was among the more than 160 officials Duterte publicly linked to drugs in August last year as part of a shame campaign.

Parojinog' wife, a provincial board member who was also a relative, and four security guards of the family were among those also killed, Pacleb added.

Parojinog's daughter, Vice Mayor Nova Echaves, was also arrested.

Officers recovered grenades, ammunition as well as illegal drugs in the raid, according to police provincial chief Jaysen De Guzman.

Parojinog, who also faced corruption charges, had denied any links to illegal drugs.

He becomes the third mayor to be killed under Duterte's bloody crackdown on drugs, which has left more than 3,000 dead since June 2016 and drawn wide criticism by human rights groups.

In November 2016, police officers killed Rolando Espinosa, the mayor of Albuera town, shooting him inside a jail cell in the central province of Leyte.

A week before that, Samsudin Dimaukom, the mayor of the Southern town of Saudi Ampatuan, was killed in a shootout at a police checkpoint on suspicion he and his security personnel were transporting illegal drugs.
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SPMの分析 環境数値DBの大気環境から日平均をグラフ化で見たように、福島第一原発事故直後の東北のSPM濃度が大変高くなっていました。






※ サンケイ2014/5/26
★秋田県知事、記者会見中に体調不良…検査入院 震災対応で1カ月休みなしで公務
★知事病状、軽い脳出血 県、当初公表せず

山形県在住の読者からの最新健康被害情報 セキセイインコが鼻血を出したに掲載した2015/4/4、に寄せられた投稿



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最近 このブログに見えた方は6周回遅れを取り戻してください

2015年05月26日 体調悪化をなんとか食い止めたいと考えてここへお越しになった方へ

あなたの体調悪化が他の人にも出ているなら共通の原因を疑うべきです。なんでしょう? PM2.5でしょうか。ノロウィルスによる食中毒でしょうか。

被曝症状最前線 1〜随時追加中  リスト

このブログの主な記事 古いものも含めた筆者の推奨記事です。コメントしたいとき グラフの見方

このブログの内容を検索したいときは、検索エンジンを使うほうが便利です。例えば、[ずくなしの冷や水 視野 モザイク]と複合検索を掛けると絞り込まれた記事がヒットします。




posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:37| Comment(56) | 社会・経済

歩く楽しさ 歩ける喜び 2017/5〜7



カルミア 石楠花の仲間ですね。葉や花が似ています。アメリカシャクナゲ





しばらく測定に専念していました。おめにかけるものもなかったし、しばらく間が開きました。少し前に取ったものです。カビ? コケ?

船橋市のVIP専用階段。赤い絨毯が敷いてあるような! 地中海風の瓦を載せた建売住宅開発の地域です。誰の発案?



船橋市地方卸売市場の前の交差点で信号待ちをしていたら、脇に60代半ばかと見られるオヤジが追いついてペットボトルから水を一口飲み、「渋滞しているな、今日は祭りで本町通が通行止めだからか」とつぶやきました。私がどちらから来たのかと聞くと「俺か? 船橋運動公園から走ってきたんだよ」と。3.5kmはあります。信号が変わると独自のフォームで走っていきました。






posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:20| Comment(2) | 健康づくり

木々と知り合う サワグルミ






posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:11| Comment(0) | 木々と知り合う

一時帰国時に日本海側で福島第一原発事故に遭遇 空路を乗り継ぎ豪州に帰国













※ 2017/5/13午後北海道への空路を利用した方からのホットな情報。機内で測定。

東北の空は 線量率が高い

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:29| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故



US Plundering Syria's Antiques, Historical Relics
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US forces have been stealing Syria's artifacts and antiques under the cover of constructing new military bases in the war-hit country, an Arab media outlet reported.

The Arabic-language al-Hadath news quoted local source near one of the US military bases between Jiroud and al-Dhumayr airport in Damascus province as saying that the US helicopters have observed suspicious flights as they landed many time without any cargo in the base and then took off carrying large volumes of cargoes.

A local witness told al-Hadath that the US helicopters were transferring huge digging machinery which would certainly be used in excavation operations in historical sites.

In the meantime, an artifact trader told al-Hadath that the region where the US forces have concentrated is a historical area and home to the buried treasures of golden coins and antiques weighting tens of tons.

Commander of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) announced earlier this month that the US Army established seven military bases in regions controlled by the Kurds in Eastern Syria.

Siban Hamou was quoted as saying by al-Sharq al-Awsat that the US army established six military airports and a base on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River, adding that a modern large airport in Kobani (Ein al-Arab) was the most important one of them.

"The US has set up two airports in Hasaka, one airport in Qamishli, two airports in al-Malekiyeh (Dirik), and one more airport in Tal Abyadh at border with Turkey in addition to a military squad center in the town of Manbij in Northeastern Aleppo," Hamou said.

Hamou went on to say that 1,300 forces of the US-led coalition were deployed in the airports and center.

Political advisor of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) Abu Yaqoub disclosed that the US-led coalition was to set up a military base for militants in Southwestern Hasaka near the provincial border with Deir Ezzur.

Abu Yaqoub said that the coalition led by the US decided to establish a military base for the militants of al-Maqawir al-Thorah in al-Shadadi region, adding that the coalition's move to relocate al-Maqawir to the new base was aimed at taking control over Deir Ezzur city.

He further said that al-Shadadi was near the oil wells in Deir Ezzur province.

Yaqoub went on to say that the US declared its readiness to transfer 100 al-Maqawi al-Thorah fighters to the new base along with their equipment.

In the meantime, the new base that would be the third, after the two bases of al-Tanf and al-Zakaf 70km away from each other, where al-Maqawir al-Thorah and coalition forces were present.

Czech media outlets reported in April that the western countries were buying the historical objects stolen by the ISIL from the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur) in Syria's Homs province in violation of the UN Security Council's resolution which bans trade with the terrorist groups.

According to Prima TV channel's reporter, the ISIL not only destroyed a large number of ancient monuments in Palmyra but also stolen many of them.

Noting that the ISIL sold the stolen antiques to the western states, he said that those who bought the artifacts continued trade with the terrorists.

Al-Mouk Operation Room Ends Supporting Terrorist Groups in Southern Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- Terrorist sources disclosed that al-Mouk Operations Room (which operates under the Saudi, Qatari, the US and Jordanian spy agencies) will not provide any support for the militant groups affiliated to the Southern Front.

Terrorists affiliated to the Syrian Thowar Front wrote on their facebook page that the Jordan-based al-Mouk Operation Room will not assist the terrorists of Southern Syria Front anymore.

They added that al-Mouk will decide later about the breakup of the Southern Front and reconstruction of armed groups' structure in Dara'a and Quneitra.

Sources said last week that hundreds of Russian forces were stationed in Southern Syria to monitor the ceasefire in Dara'a province.

Local sources said that 400 Russian military police forces reached the driving training center near the village of al-Mothabin and the town of al-Sanamin in Northern Dara'a which are controlled by the Syrian army.

The sources also said that the Syrian soldiers set up a temporary military base for the Russian military police forces in the Northern parts of al-Isharah Battalion 110 region and near the town of al-Sanamin.

Reports said that the Russian forces visited several army-controlled areas, including the military ones, as well as the regions near the terrorist-held regions in the towns of Izra'a, Kharbat Qazaleh and Sheikh Meskin.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:44| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

原発事故が起きたら逃げる?? こんなふうに飛んでいるのに?








posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:20| Comment(1) | 福島原発事故

木々と知り合う ハナセンナ







posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:52| Comment(0) | 木々と知り合う


米軍のシリア反政府勢力Shuhada al-Qaryatayn兵士の訓練画像が流れて米軍が支援停止

US cuts ties to Syrian rebel group over ‘objectives inconsistent with defeating ISIS’

The US-led coalition said it would no longer support the Syrian armed opposition group known as Shuhada al-Qaryatayn, or Shuq, because the group pursued goals other than fighting Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL).

“The coalition only supports the forces committed to fighting ISIS,” Army Col. Ryan Dillon, spokesman for Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve, told reporters Thursday, adding that “one of the partner forces that [the coalition] was working with” had objectives that “were not consistent with defeating ISIS.”

The colonel identified the group as “Shuhada al-Qaryatayn, commonly referred to as the Shuq” and said that it is stationed in the al-Tanf area in southern Syria. He did not provide any specific details concerning the group’s actions that forced the coalition to cut ties but said that the group “unilaterally, without the US or coalition permission or coordination, conducted patrols outside of the agreed de-escalation zone and engaged in the activities not focused on fighting ISIS.”

Social media reports earlier said that the Shuq militants attacked the forces loyal to the Syrian government north from the al-Tanf area on July 16 and even seized several positions in the region.

Answering questions, Dillon admitted that “fighting the [Assad] regime” could be “one of these objectives” pursued by the group and inconsistent with fighting Islamic State.

He then explained that the coalition had “since talked with them and told them that we cannot support them if they want to pursue an objective other than defeating ISIS” but the group apparently refused to change its priorities as the coalition eventually decided that it will “no longer support their operations.”

The colonel also added that the US-led forces are now “in the process of ceasing our support for them and receiving the equipment that we provided to them for the fight against ISIS.”

However, he also said that “the coalition will support and train and advise and assist and accompany the vetted partner forces that wish to defeat ISIS” despite taking a decision “no longer to support this particular group.”

Shuhada al-Qaryatayn was reportedly one of the Syrian armed opposition groups that were trained and equipped by the US under the CIA special operations program. In May, Buzzfeed News reported that the US Special Forces were deployed to southern Syria as part of an operation to train and assist Syrian rebels, including those from the Shuq.

US troops reportedly participated in operations in the region alongside the Shuq militants, the media outlet said, citing a rebel official who closely worked with the US forces.

Some images and videos posted on social media also showed the Shuq militants training under the supervision of the US instructors.

The announcement Thursday concerning the coalition severing ties with the group comes less than a week after US Army General Raymond Thomas, head of Special Operations Command, confirmed that Washington had decided to put an end to a CIA program that involved equipping and training certain rebel groups fighting the Syrian government.

Two US officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity with Reuters earlier, pointed out that the covert CIA tactic had produced little success. The CIA began covertly arming and training the so-called moderate Syrian opposition forces in 2013.

Russia has repeatedly warned against arming the so-called moderate opposition groups in Syria, underlining that weapons supplied to them often fall into the hands of jihadist groups.

Qalaat Al Mudiq @QalaatAlMudiq
Ответ пользователю @QalaatAlMudiq
S. #Syria: #FSA Shuhada Qaryatayn attacked pro-Assad forces N. of Al-Tanf & reportedly seized several positions. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=34.034453&lon=38.583984&z=10&m
5:50 - 17 июл. 2017 г.

Henry Leconte @henrylec1
Syrian rebel groups Jaish Shuhada al-Qaryatayn and Maghaweir al-Thawra training in the Syrian desert with US/Jordanian instructors and M16s.
22:41 - 18 июл. 2017 г.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:27| Comment(1) | 国際・政治


都道府県別 2011/3/12から3/31 日平均SPM濃度 (東日本)






posted by ZUKUNASHI at 20:18| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故


Humanity at risk as sperm levels among Western men plummet to record low

Chemicals, diet, stress, and lifestyle choices have caused the sperm levels of Western men to plummet to less than 50 percent of what they were four decades ago, a new study has found.

The research found that sperm in the ejaculate of men from Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand fell by 1.4 percent every year between 1973 2011, leading to an overall drop of just over 52 percent.

“The results are quite shocking,” said study co-author Hagai Levine, an epidemiologist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, according to Reuters. He called the results an "urgent wake-up call."

Levine added that while fertility treatments such as IVF can sometimes offer solutions to the procreating problem, little is being done to address the root of the issue - an overall general decline in men's health.

Poor sperm counts have also been associated with testicular cancer, increased male mortality rates, children born with one or both testicles missing, and the onset of male puberty, according to the researchers.

"Eventually we may have a problem, and with reproduction in general, and it may be the extinction of the human species,” Levine told the BBC.

Environmental influences, heat, lifestyle factors, diet, stress, smoking, and obesity - both prenatally and in adult life - have all been “plausibly associated” with the decline, according to the study.

“Therefore, sperm count may sensitively reflect the impacts of the modern environment on male health throughout the life course,” the paper reads.

In particular, the paper notes, chemical exposures or maternal smoking “during critical windows of male reproductive development may play a role in prenatal life, while lifestyle changes and exposure to pesticides may play a role in adult life.”

Published in the medical journal Human Reproduction Update, the “rigorous and comprehensive” research analyzed data from 185 studies. Researchers from Israel, Denmark, the US, Brazil, and Spain took part in the study.

The trend has not been recorded among men in Africa, Asia, or South America, though the authors concede that fewer studies have been carried out in those regions.

The study’s authors have called for urgent work to narrow down the causes for the decline in sperm levels among Western men.

“This definitive study shows, for the first time, that this decline is strong and continuing,” said one of the study’s authors, Professor Shanna Swan of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

イスラエルでは男性の精子数減少でいずれ民族消滅だそうだ 日本も同じ?
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:53| Comment(3) | 国際・政治



US ship fires warning shots at Iranians in Persian Gulf
A US patrol ship fired several warning shots from a heavy machine gun at an Iranian craft that approached within 150 yards and ignored other warnings, Pentagon officials told reporters on Tuesday.

USS Thunderbolt opened fire only after it tried to warn off the Iranians over the radio, by firing flares, and blowing five short blasts from its whistle, the officials said. The warning shots were fired into the water, out of concerns of a possible collision.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:19| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

Trump blasts AG over 'Clinton collusion with Ukraine', says acting FBI director got '$700k from H'

Trump blasts AG over 'Clinton collusion with Ukraine', says acting FBI director got '$700k from H'
Donald Trump has accused his attorney general of taking a "very weak position" on the alleged collusion between the Clinton campaign and Ukraine, and once again brought up a contribution in which the wife of the acting FBI director received money "from H."

The barrage of accusations against Jeff Sessions and Andrew McCabe came in a series of tweets on Tuesday.

The tweets, directed at Fox News host Sean Hannity, came after Donald Trump Jr. appeared on Hannity's show last week, during which the president's son was interviewed on his personal meeting with a Russian lawyer. The meeting has been used by Trump's critics as they continue to accuse his campaign of colluding with Russia to win the election.

The alleged collusion of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Ukrainian government was reported months ago. Kiev allegedly tried to help Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton win the election and tried to score political points with her by attacking Trump campaign aid Paul Manafort, a decision which reportedly backfired after Trump became president.

The allegations against Ukraine resurfaced after Trump Jr. was accused of attempting to receive compromising material against Clinton from a Russian lawyer.

Trump also accused FBI acting director Andrew McCabe of getting “$700,000 from H for wife."

McCabe’s wife Jill reportedly received hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions for her 2015 campaign for Senate, from Virginia Governor and Clinton ally Terry McAuliffe. Andrew McCabe’s capacity to investigate the case surrounding Clinton’s email server was consequently brought into question by Republicans last year.

Trump raised the issue of the contributions during his campaign.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 20:43| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

SPMの分析 秋田県は福島第一原発3号機のホコリまみれになった?






北東北では、秋田の最高値が抜き出ています。3号機のホコリが秋田県を中心に降り注いだ? そう言えば、秋田県の知事が会見中に鼻血を出したことがありましたが、あれは何年も経ってからだと記憶します。


測定ステーション別SPM濃度 2011/3の日平均値の最高値(mg/m3)上位142箇所

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:10| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

Baghdad seeking ‘substantial’ Russian military & political presence in Iraq – vice-president

Russian military and political presence in Iraq would bring balance to the whole Middle Eastern and North African region, Nouri al-Maliki, the Iraqi vice-president, said during his visit to Moscow.

"It’s well known that Russia has historically strong relations with Iraq, therefore we would like Russia to have a substantial presence in our country, both politically and militarily,” al-Maliki said during his meeting with the speaker of Russia’s upper house of parliament, Valentina Matviyenko.

“This way, a balance would be established that would benefit the region, its peoples and its countries,” he added.

The vice president said that Baghdad wants to boost relations with Moscow as it believes “in Russia’s role in solving most of the key international issues as well as improving stability and balance in our region and worldwide.”

Matviyenko, in turn, praised the commitment of the current Iraqi authorities to widening their cooperation with Moscow.

“Russia is also determined to expand its interaction with Iraq both politically and economically as well as in the military-technical sphere, and, of course, on the parliamentary level,” she said.

In his talks with Russia’s Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, earlier Monday, al-Maliki stressed that a Russian presence in Iraq would bring the balance which couldn’t be “undermined in a political sense in favor of any external party.”

“Today we need Russia's greater involvement in Iraqi affairs, especially in the energy field. Now when we are done with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), Iraq needs investments in energy and trade,” he said.

Earlier in July, the Iraqi authorities announced that the last IS stronghold in the country, Mosul, had been fully liberated from the terrorists, following an eight-months-long campaign backed by the US-led coalition.

Al-Maliki told Lavrov that Moscow and Baghdad “should enhance… cooperation in countering terrorism in the region.”

“We believe that both our countries are targets for terrorists and those who stand behind them," al-Maliki said.

Moscow supports the efforts of the Iraqi authorities to “normalize the situation in the country, first of all aiming at eradicating the terrorist threat,” Lavrov said.

It’s vital that Baghdad’s struggle isn’t carried out in isolation, but is carried on in the context of international efforts to eradicate the terrorist threat across the globe, including in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen and other countries, the Russian FM added.

Al-Maliki is also travelling to St. Petersburg, where he’s expected to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:40| Comment(0) | 国際・政治