tv Inside Story 2018 Ep 187 Al Jazeera July 7, 2018 10:32am-11:01am +03
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a devastating attack on gaza. filmmaker mohamad jumbling captures the destruction of his home city through the struggle of those he saved lives for a living. witness ambulance on al-jazeera. welcome will start by looking at the weather across the advance and western parts of asia generally fine sets up just a chance of a shower on the southern side of the kaspi and say again very warm conditions for much of iraq with temperatures in the south maybe pushing fifty degrees celsius shaping up to be very similar to some as we've had in recent years extreme heat wave conditions is also looking pretty hot around the side of the mediterranean behave always got the breezes just to help things along so a pleasant enough thirty degrees expected in beirut heading south or is in the
arabian peninsula pretty quiet at the moment not much in the way of a breeze to speak of forty to forty three's matina and mecca here in doha has been around the forty two to forty three mark over the last few days may just get up to forty four certainly very humid weather the winds are very light at the moment and coming in from the gulf at a across into southern portions of africa we've got some showers for mozambique but otherwise it's a generally fine picture across much of south africa schmidt brightness durban there looking at highs of twenty one degrees little bit of cloud developing across botswana namibia just a small risk of a shower for central parts of africa we've got some heavy showers the. hearts are so sudan and towards the gulf of guinea region we can really see some very heavy rain affecting parts of west africa bamako mali should be largely dry. every weekly news cycle brings a series of breaking story this happened was in the truck didn't happen the boy
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rebels in southern syria reach a deal with government forces after two weeks of intense fighting. hello i'm daryn jordan this is live from doha also coming up at least sixteen people are dead and dozens are missing in japan after heavy rainfall triggered floods and landslides. messages of hope the truck football players in the cave in thailand write letters to family members telling them not to worry plus. i'm the richardson at the world cup in russia where for just the fifth time in history only european seems to be taking part in the semifinals. the syrian government is back in control of southern that are province after the
rebels agreed to surrender as part of a ceasefire deal there are four villages that will remain under local control meaning the government has agreed to not go into those villages it ends more than two weeks of fighting that has forced at least three hundred thirty thousand people to flee many to the border with jordan when the deal was brokered by russia which has been supporting the syrian government and its offensive in that i will burn it smith joins me live now from the job across and that's on the jordan syria border so bernard one of the main concerns now that syrian forces have taken back the area main concerns daryn security for the displaced people who fled along to along this border post in the weeks of the bombardment now last night and this morning some of the thousands of displaced syrians who've been gathering here started to go home the jordanian military particularly hopes that the rest of them will now feel confident and secure enough for them all to go back to their villages and homes in the southern part of syria for the first time in three years the syrian regime is
back in control of its fronted with this military convoy flying russian and syrian flags rumbled towards the nasi border crossing minutes after opposition fighters agreed to surrender terms they had little choice in the face of overwhelming russian firepower the fighters will hand over heavy weapons and thousands of them and their families will be given safe passage to opposition held areas in the north of syria syrian government forces swept through down a province backed up by russian air strikes but as part of the surrender terms they'll leave for villages they captured earlier these and the rest of the border area will be supervised by the russian military for bashar al assad it was a small price to pay for taking back the border this is a vital trade route that the regime would eventually want to reopen with jordanian agreement. data covers most of the area held by the opposition in southwest syria
one of their last remaining strongholds they still hold kinetic province at the front a with the israeli occupied golan heights recovering control of this area because our sides next goal nearly three weeks of fighting for data has displaced more than three hundred thirty thousand syrians according to the u.n. tens of thousands of them headed to the jordanian border where they've been stuck with little or no access to food water and sanitation. now the jordanian government says it's been seeking security guarantees that means from the russians from concerned parties that those displaced people when they go back to their villages and homes will be safe they fear reprisals from syrian forces of the russian military police will be overseeing security over there also the jordanians very concerned one of the deal one of the criteria they set with that there would be no iranian backed hezbollah forces along this border those forces have been part
of the syrian and russian not advance on dara but it's expected that they will step back and security along that border will only be in the hands of the russians and the syrians down bernard thank you for the world's chemical weapons watchdog has found evidence that korean gas was used in an attack on the syrian city of duma in april a preliminary report by the o.p.c. w. says various chlorinated chemicals were found at the site dozens of people were killed in the attack on duma which was under rebel control at the time the assad government has denied carrying out any chemical attacks now historic flooding has left at least sixteen people dead and more than forty five missing in japan the heavy rainfall of triggered landslides and rising rivers more than one point six million people in western and central regions have been ordered to leave their homes almost fifty thousand rescue workers are responding to the crisis.