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tv   Pakistan Killing For Honour  Al Jazeera  July 1, 2018 7:32pm-8:01pm +03

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realize are resisting it just last year one hundred twenty two countries signed up to a new treaty to ban nuclear weapons it also prohibits nations from allowing nuclear weapons to be held on the territory sanctioned by the united nations it was the product of a ten year if it's for the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons or i can but the nine nuclear armed states refused to turn up and the u.s. urged its allies to vote against all boycott the u.n. conference i came won the nobel peace prize last year for it if it's but it has a tough job ahead it needs fifty states to rectify the new nuclear ban treaty to make it legally binding to date only ten countries have done so none of them major willed powers meet in the hall and come to zero. i have always was update next i'm contrasting scenes in south america as ergo i reach the world cup quarter finals plus labour's argentina exit the tournament that's coming up with jack.
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in an exclusive documentary series al-jazeera reveals the full story of a war that changed the face of the middle east this is not a war to defeat israel this is a war to open the way for the promise of the final episode of a three part series explores the impending threat of two global superpowers at uncovers why the out of his way to conflict continues to this day the war in october the battle and beyond at this time on al jazeera we're here to jerusalem bureau coverage israeli palestinian affairs we cover this story with a lot of intimate knowledge we covered it with that we don't dip in and out of this story we have presence here all the time apart from being a cameraman it's also very important to be a journalist to know the story very well before going into the fields covering the
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united nations and all of the policy for al-jazeera english is pretty incredible this is where talks happen and what happens there matters. al-jazeera. where ever you are. when the news breaks you pleased on the mailman city and the story builds to be forced to leave it would just be all when people need to be heard to women and girls are being bought and given away in refugee camps al-jazeera has teams on the ground to bring new award winning documentaries and live news and out of their. i
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got to commend you on hearing is good journalism on and on line. i really don't know how to define it it's not possible for me to defend it that's it's just one of those things that you feel this is yes yes i believe in this i'm so i'm not but i'm an independent animation film and. that's about the idea that that affords dongles raised. it's about it's about the believing in you again it's about that. as a filmmaker i would want my audience to support that when men begin first as a unit i would definitely want my audience to be a jumble with it and say yes this is what i want and. i have tried to be very honest with the film the story isn't mine yes i. repaired off from
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my sister was a childhood incident she was the one who planted chocolate all of them so i have put an element of my childhood off but i suppose in my influences that i've had. the little incidents that used to take place in my own backyard i have cried a little bit of everything to stay honest to the whole thing but still think the whole even from my point of view. i'm trying to create that language where this kid is a shy kid and it doesn't speak to that is how i ended up not giving him more. than ever the need to be i wanted him to express through the i just didn't want anything to shout and scream and cry just assure that his discipline i wondered something which is very subtle that he expresses but it's very an expression is a shy kid although he doesn't speak he would still stand up for his dreams but his
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belief. the nation will give you a lot of difficulty because you know the truth but when it when it comes down the flipping those pages and understanding animation or everything goes for cost at least my first five line drawings following for it all because i don't know what they were like i did and they were not working on though there was this one man that i started to like and i said yes i'm going to go it's really. i can't tell you the number of problems that i phased out. so bang my head was i would not have been on a mission right when again making baghdad on the lake my mind was always walking in one particular direction because i have been born and brought up but those are the images that have come across all the banks so i know what i sat good with all i ever knew in my exposure maybe a school little that i ended up doing the same bank owns all that by.
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mixing what along with digital it gives you more freedom then it kind of gave me the opportunity late going thought about going on one on a digital and then use these not only their shows and all luck and knowledge of the money but i'm get an image their lives with. legs if i have to visualize my kitchen. i don't visualize a dark blue because those are the on those that i haven't been in no make that when i see it i see here that there could have been a better shot than i could have taken a shot sort of an establishment. you know follow on building the nomination i just wonder do you call that what i what what my mind makes me think like the image of the magic that comes to my mind is when i will go away.
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from this one phone because of the kind of phone or does it also tell you about the soul of this guy and i i just wanted to follow the sort i just wonder before i make . stuff is if it doesn't have structure i don't mean it's ok and i'm fine with that that we're. in a world where journalism as an industry is changing. fortune. to be able to continue to expand to continue to have that passion that drive and present the stories in a way that is important to our viewers. everyone has a story worth hearing. to cover those that are often ignored we don't weigh our coverage towards one particular region or continent that's why i joined al-jazeera
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. al-jazeera is very assertive we just tell the reality as it is for all things hard work contract they call it modern slavery we call for indonesia every day not only one day breaking news story as a very fascinating country but very difficult to understand from the outside because i've been living here for sixty years i know very well what's going on and i go out there and the whole country and even if you go al-jazeera gives the opportunity for a journalist to be a real journalist. one of the really special things about working for al-jazeera is that even as a camera woman i get to have so much empathy and contribution to a story i feel we cover this region better than anyone else would be pushes you know it's very challenging but in the particular because you have a lot of people that are deployed their own political issues. the people who believe that tell the real story so i'll just mend it used to deliver in-depth journalism we don't feel inferior to the audience across the.
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cape town's water running out. if you will for a g.c. people should use no more than fifty liters of top water per person per day. about a third of the city's residents live in informal settlements like this one and you can see in about four percent of the water for generations they've already been collecting it and communal taps also as you say the city will reach daisy on the ninth of july that's when they'll turn off the water in the hopes to have it be the communal council stay on. the city's taps of fed by reservoirs this is one. the largest. is al gallup where four years ago they would have been on the twenty five metres of water since then the province has suffered the worst drought on record. to saving measures would be postponed days away by st months everyone here is hoping the winter will see bring in enough rainfall to make sure daisy never
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thought. wow wow. wow. well you. know some of the like oh yeah but oh yeah ok.
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the story of a british italian man experiencing life close up in a palestinian refugee town and its. coming face to face with the daily lives of its residents some of whom have lived there for seventy years so it is all
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refugio muscle in his life it's not going to show seven days in beirut that. on al-jazeera. was just ten years old when a devastating earthquake struck mexico city in one thousand nine hundred five the quake damaged her family's apartment and the government moved them to distant shack around seventy families who lost their homes in that earthquake still live in this camp. the government raised our hopes and then abandoned us politicians have promised that they won't allow a repeat of what happened after the earthquake in one thousand eight hundred five but the cost and complexity of housing hundreds of people living in camps is a major task and one that many people here think the government failed. the afghan national army. guardians of a country ravaged by decades of war and occupation abandoned by its liberate his.
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young men who know that each day could be the last it to continue to fight for a future free from calques. honest on. a witness documentary on al-jazeera. a string of rebel towns in southwestern syria accept government rule as russian and syrian air strikes killed at least one hundred thirty six civilians. this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. to
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zero tolerance the message to donald trump from tens of thousands of protesters in the u.s. . election day in mexico fed up with violence and corruption will voters believe the promises of an outsider. and high up in the mountains hidden from the view we travel to the ministry is about to get global recognition. southwestern syria was home to the earliest days of the uprising against president bashar assad now village by village his forces are recapturing territory from rebels who are under intense bombardment. strikes by syrian fighter jets and their russian allies have killed at least one
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hundred thirty six civilians and province over the last twenty four hours a string of rebel held town villages have now accepted government rule and talks of resume between rebel groups and russian negotiators to try again to end the fighting. has more from the jordan syria border where displaced people are massing. no not about there. we are at the crossing point separating jordan. which has been reeling for days on their severe bombardment forcing the displacement of tens of thousands of syrians towards the border with jordan as you can see behind me hundreds of jordan's residents are flocked here offering what they can to help the syrian refugees jordanians have brought food items medical supplies baby milk the situation is dire as large numbers of displaced syrians mostly women and young children are flooding into the area the u.n. reported more than one hundred sixty thousand syrians are stranded along the border with jordan the jordanian government issued
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a statement to the effect that it is prepared to allow a humanitarian lifeline to be extended by the united nations and the international community to the syrians board it says it cannot afford to open the border for more refugees as jordan is now home to more than one point five million refugees the government cited political economic and security issues to stand behind its decision. thousands of displaced syrians have also amassed on the border of the israeli occupied golan heights retired lebanese army general elias says problems there are much different to those on jordan's border. things are different because of the. value of the move. the west side of the front. but again. and on the other side. that the group is also deployed and you know that general.
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the chief of joint staff in the united states. general i think of. a meeting in washington to discuss the current. syria and i think that. the main issue of this meeting will concentrate on this equation in. the front between c.n.n. is that definitely the isis and. along with this is there in the syrian border a car bombing in the iraqi city of kirkuk is killed one person and injured at least twenty others targeted a storage center for votes cast in last month's general election ballots are due to be manually recounted there in the coming days it follows a supreme court ruling that votes by certain groups including kurdish peshmerga fighters should not be excluded they were previously deemed invalid coup because
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a large kurdish population one of the leading kurdish political parties is called for a full rather than partial recount the saudi led coalition in yemen has launched nine air strikes and shelled several provinces in the past twenty four hours according to a host the rebels news agency fighter jets launched four air strikes inside a province missiles also targeted several border areas causing damage to homes and buildings in san our province residential areas were also bombed and strike at the technical institute near the airport. now to the u.s. where large crowds turned out to protest against president dog trumps so-called zero tolerance immigration policy thousands of people demonstrated outside city hall in san francisco where an estimated fifty thousand people marched meanwhile in downtown chicago some of them set up tents outside the field office of the immigration and customs enforcement agency known as ice they were demanding the
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return of more than two thousand migrant children who've been separated from their families for musicians like john legend performed in a call for action in los angeles and democratic senator maxine waters last week called for members of the trumpet ministration to be harassed in public spaces protesters marched across the brooklyn bridge to in the president's hometown of new york thousands more staged a demonstration outside the white house al-jazeera is rosalyn jordan was there. tens of thousands gathered outside the white house on saturday to condemn the trumpet ministrations policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the us mexico border they will never be the same even if they are reunited. here ability to see to process to trust others in future relationships
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it's the. donald trump wasn't home to hear them the people in the park here. they are outraged by the video and photos of some twenty three hundred children including babies paged like animals in detention centers and by the fact the government doesn't know where their parents are being held there's a lot of i that we don't know that we need from the top administration but they've got a list of parents apparently they've got a list of children they've got to be reconciled we need to know where every parent is that matches up with every child and they've got to tell us. that in a publicly accountable manner and i don't think they're going to feel compelled to do that unless there is public pressure even though the trumpet ministration buckle to public pressure and stop the force separation of children from parents at the us mexico border it's now going to detain entire families perhaps indefinitely perhaps military reservations across the u.s. that has rally go words here in washington fed up and that's the sentiment being
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repeated at rallies across the united states the signs in the messages were the same across the country obey international asylum law protect children stop the governments breaks his policies honestly the only reason our president is doing this is because of his ego he has no excuse these people are bad people they are running away from their homes and take a lot it must be big to make them do that. sort of change in the policy that we have and really need our legislators to actually get something accomplished the challenge is taking the white hot anger on a hot summer's day and turning it into political action there's no guarantee people will do more than this even though they say they will rosalynn jordan al-jazeera washington we've also been protests on the mexican side of the border thousands gathered to accuse us of foreign cities of turning asylum seekers into criminals
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and they condemned president trump solely a policy of separating my group children from birth parents. it's election day in mexico and left this i'm going to slip as over the wall is the frontrunner he's gained popularity because of promises to deal with violence and corruption many of the country's poorest citizens say they get little to no help from authorities when a family member is murdered i want latin america added to listen human explains the issues from mexico city. this is my son her son he was nineteen and studied architecture but he said mantel piece is in fact a shrine to her two murdered sons place where she can at least keep their ashes close to her three years ago the eldest herson was kidnapped in. a few hours later fifteen year old allen a football player was murdered along with his brother in law invade a goose where they used to live even though the family paid the ransom to get her
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son back he was never returned eventually the remains of my eldest son were found in a bass grave along with one hundred ninety other missing people in your area. i thought one day i would find. the only thing i have of him now is his call and a piece of hip and leg because those monsters chop them all to pieces. there's no peace for the families of the more than thirty thousand mexicans were murdered last year and the equal number who are still missing records that are expected to be surpassed the sierra. but there is another type of crime that is also destroying mexico this is what's left of a school that collapsed during last september's earthquake here in mexico city and these little angels represent the nineteen children who were crushed to death when a structure that was built illegally by the school's owner fell on top of them she
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had apparently paid off local officials to turn a blind eye to the building code the victim's parents say that they died not because of the earthquake but because of corruption a phenomenon that is spreading like a disease throughout mexico and almost every aspect of life. which is why confronting crime violence and the widespread corruption that makes those things possible are the main issues for tens of millions of mexicans as they choose a new president. one has to pay the criminal so that they'd let you work in peace sometimes it's the police that the bribes corruption is everywhere. the mexicans against corruption and impunity says the corruption costs the poorest thirty five. into their income putting poverty and violence in a vicious circle and when you start healing kaname with those levels of violence and those levels of corruption of course nobody's going to want to invest and
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that's where you perpetrate and you have more inequality more poverty and of course more crime at that i mean that there is neither a silver bullet nor a presidential candidate with serious proposals to turn the tide and yet like millions of mexicans might the seller hasn't given up fairly or he kerry and come here there will be and now there will be a new government which has the power to do more we hope this time things will change. after losing so much hope she reminds us is the last thing you can lose to see in human mexico city or find out what's the weather doing next then the search for missing children goes deeper into caves in thailand we meet a boy who was once lost in the underground complex plus governments representing almost half the world's population talk free trade at a time of tariff tensions with the u.s. .


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