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tv   Counting the Cost 2018 Ep 49  Al Jazeera  December 9, 2018 6:32am-7:01am +03

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has been living in this tent with his family since their home in west mosul was bombed said whom lost both arms in the attacks and those with hope we can return to mosul right now security is still fragile our houses are level to the ground there is no life for us there anymore it is better to stay in the camp for the time being despite the harsh living conditions people in mosul see the wreckage west of the tigris as a memorial to the city's dark past. but that the bustling parts of the east are the signs of a brighter future rob matheson al-jazeera the kurdish region of northern iraq. still ahead for you on the news hour we're going to tell you how this eight year old girl scored a goal for gender equality in football get all. the lights are on. and there's nowhere to hide isn't the easiest way to solve this to
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allow u.n. observers who you invited into the country earlier this year to finish their job i haven't said it's a right wing conspiracy or anybody's conspiracy straight talking debate do you think we're going to see some kind of sea change in the u.s. relationship with saudi arabia we have an obligation there's a journalistic integrity and then just in this case it was betrayed told only up from its own al-jazeera. bureaus spawning six continents across the. aisle jazeera as correspondents live in bringing the stories they tell of it's not like you know the letters. were at the mercy of the russian camp for palestinian children syria food in world news.
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now cuba's government is defending a controversial new to crave it tightens control on musicians and artists. decree three four nine as it's being called gives the government inspectors the right to shut down exhibits and performances which are out of violate people's revolutionary values it also requires artists to be registered to provide services in public and private spaces but whereas before this was only the case in public spaces artists and musicians say the move amounts to censorship and will stifle creativity. well now controversial museum dedicated to exploring belgium's colonial past is reopening after a multi-million dollar revamp but event is being overshadowed by demands from its
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former colonies to return artifacts they say was stolen under belgian rule that has more from brussels. for more than a century this opulent museum outside brussels was a symbol of belgium's colonial past it was created by king leopold the second with wealth amassed from his kingdom's plunder of congo its exhibits portrayed africans as savage and primitive hundreds of congolese people were put on display in a human zoo but there was no mention of the fact that millions of people were enslaved or killed by their oppresses us until twenty years ago belgium didn't have any critical reflector ryssdal on your past and nobody really questioned about how did google is really perceive it and if you talk to the release of the period i'm in they'll talk about your profession about the way they were three and so when go to this visit this was the a little star reflecting well maybe the colonials as there wasn't all that good.
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king leopold presented belgium's colonise ation of congo as a humanitarian mission but that was far from the brutal reality congolese artist mam panny hopes his work will force people to reflect on history as the author of the priscilla process it is thinking together about the past the present and making sure what happened never happens again and to end stereotypes and colonize the image of central africa with pierre company came to belgium as a refugee from congo in one thousand nine hundred seventy five he's now the country's first black man his son vincent plays for belgians national football team he says the museum could be a cultural bridge or you know from now it is museum would be a different color both congo and belgian would better understand the mistakes made in the future that awaits us. while those behind the reopening of this museum hope that it will help belgians confront their colonial past some critics say it's
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a missed opportunity that a greater gesture would have been to return some of the looted artworks objects to congo so not. these are not mere outworks for us they represent our ancestors so if my ancestors are enclosed in that museum frozen in time then they are dead so i don't want to celebrate in this sanatorium perhaps i would visit in the future if we start returning the works state museums across europe have come under increasing pressure from campaign is to return objects taken from africa they say it would address some past injustices but also force people in former colonial powers like belgium to know and confront history that for too long has been ignored. al-jazeera brussels belgium. or belgium isn't the only country honoring african art a new museum is a in senegal to showcase one of the continent's largest art collections there museum of black civilizations is filled with impressive work such as ancient skulls
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intricate sculptures and delicately carved mosques mostly from west africa it's also hoping to reclaim thousands of artifacts looted during the colonial era and currently living in the european museums. right time now for sport with peter thank you very much maryanne mentions as a reason beaten run in the english premier league this season has come to an end pep guardiola side will be soon to know a chelsea on saturday and. louise with the goals for the hosts at stamford bridge the famous champions city had won thirteen and drawn two of the league games prior to this one loss sees them drop down the second in the standings behind liverpool we're not here to be mean we're here to try to be champions so we need to try to make the opening. better than us so we know it when we win games in the game the said because. if you do prove the same.
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good we need to repay has to do better. and move forward. liverpool thrashed bournemouth for no earlier on saturday to move to the top of the table three of the goals came from egypt striker mohammad salaam liverpool are now a point ahead of city and the only team in the premier league still without a loss this campaign. here are some of saturday's other results in england manchester united got a much needed win over bottom of the table following arsenal beat huddersfield at home and tottenham one app list. in italy the goals are flowing for napoli as they tighten their grip on second spot in city our lot in the insignia and adam onassis at the back of the net for the home side with the other car you should merely netting a brace in a comprehensive fono when the no name napoli eight points behind leaders event is
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but six ahead of into the day on friday. but also nerves are meant to be a place at the top of the spanish stoplight after a four no win though the local rivals espanyol it's pretty close in the league or the severe just three points behind a bar they drew with valencia on saturday atlético madrid are on the same points after they beat. real madrid or behind they face wesker on sunday but the two biggest rivals in argentina and football they will play the copper limited or as final in madrid on sunday after the court of arbitration for sport rejected barca jr's appeal against the match taking place barca felt they should be awarded the trophy after their team bus was attacked on route to the second leg of the plate's ground last month the teams were level a two two after the first leg lee wellings reports from madrid on the controversial move to take the game to the spanish capital. this should have been a proud occasion the first time in the fifty eight years of south america's top cup
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football tournament the big two drivers from argentina are contesting the final but now that finalist ten thousand kilometers away from their home city in spain is capital madrid south american confederation combo ball induced by faith made the controversial decision to move the second leg to europe after disorder and chaos two weeks ago in bonus areas of a plate fans attack the bucket juniors pass leaving several players needing medical treatment after two hours of politics and confusion the game was finally called off and an attempt to play the following day was abandoned so. finally by the decision to apply the second leg bone about imagery a decision as much about fulfilling a very right as it was about five be met with incredulity and i'm on the streets when a third twenty five thousand supporters from each card could officially a ticket but only five thousand. in argentina. the final should be
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in argentina. aids crazy i mean i can believe that it. seemed possible well after the child care madrid does have a substantial argentinian population officially over seventy thousand people including a father and son on opposing sides. it's too good an opportunity to miss we never dreamed of what your book or of a match in spain especially not a final you know risks are being taken there are four thousand police security in stewards on. river plights objected strongly to the switch threatening a refusal to apply their manager. said fans have been robbed but their players are now trying to show diplomacy you're going to get. many people are hurt and that's something we can't fix with words only with results this is a unique event outside our country but we have to enjoy it. also agree three years
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ago they were kicked out of this tournament when their fans attacked rivers apply as they wanted to be declared champions. it's kind of a weird final and as a player it's important not to lose focus because it's the cup at liberty doris final image rid. the teams were given an incredible sendoff by the fans it means so much to them but it's a rivalry that often spose into hatred and violence argentina's window to show the world they could co-host the twenty thirty world cup was ruined by hooliganism and their biggest ever top guy was sent to spain. al-jazeera madrid we now know who will play who in the group stages of the twenty nine thousand a women's world cup the draw for next year's tournament took place in paris on saturday host france will face a newly crowned africa cup of nations winners nigeria as well as south korea and norway in group a the norwegians will be without. she hasn't played for the
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national team since twenty seventeen because of frustrations of how women's football was treated in the country groupie features two so i will check ins germany they have been drawn alongside spain china and tournament debutants south africa and the most successful team in the history of the competition and also defending champions the united states will face sweden thailand and cheney the u.s. have won the women's world cup three times before. it comes with the territory i mean the history of this program. the players kind of grow up in it and so i think for myself and for the players it's the expectation the demand actually demands of your best you know i'm saying so like i think you know i think for us it's it's going to be an opportunity for us to go out and test ourselves get the best teams in the world and i think our players thrive in that environment. the growth of women's football is thanks to many at the grassroots level like eight year old. we reported her story in september when she told us that she couldn't play at her
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local youth football club in argentina with the boys because mixed gender teams weren't allowed in her area anymore she began a campaign with female players from argentina's national team and now both sixteen clubs in the sense of a province have reversed their decision. twenty ten open championship winner louis were states and is three shots clear with one round to play at the south african open in johannesburg where state isn't carded four under par sixty seven in saturday's third round to move to first place on the leaderboard like the second round leader shall schwartzel the thirty six year old with stays and has never won this event although he does have seven european tour titles under his belt schwartzel was one over par for the day. austrian skier marcel hirsch's but to win a record extending eighth overall world cup title is back on track he regained the spot at the top of the rankings with he's sixty at the world cup race win on saturday dominated the giant slalom had valdés say winning by
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a huge margin of one point one eight seconds from henri christofferson. and that's all the sport expect to marry him in london our lovely thank you very much peter all that wraps up the news out but i'll be back in just a couple of minutes with a full bullish news for you round up the top stories coming up a c.n.n. bet. this is a really fabulous news for one of the best i've ever worked in there is
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a unique sense of bonding where everybody teams in but something i feel every time i get on the chair every time i interview someone we're often working around the clock to make sure that we bring events as i currently as possible to the viewer that's what people expect of us and that's what i think we really do well. singapore is being accused of expanding its coastline with illegally dredged satins some of the islands off the coast of indonesia and literally vanished it's a big business smuggling sam when they go take the sand there and fill the sand is our parakeet you say this beautiful beach but behind it is something that's not so pleasant the tragedy is that people are just not aware and ecological investigation into a global emergency sand was on al-jazeera. and the fascist anti establishment and pro violence despite the recent official disbanding of its
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militarized wing a basque separatist movement is found alive and well on the terraces of a build palace stadium. a place where political revolutionaries share a platform an ideology with violent football hooligans. and read all death on al-jazeera. plane land. another high profile departure from the white house u.s. president confirms his chief of staff john kerry would leave the post at the end of the year.
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alone i'm maryam namazie in london you're with al-jazeera also coming up this hour hundreds of people are arrested as ours is against want by gallaudet's protesters this time demanding among americans resignation yemen's hoofy rebels call for the key port city of data to be made into a neutral zone as the peace talks continue in sweden. china warns that there will be strong consequences over the arrest of hallway executive mainline joe on fraud charges. welcome to the program our top story this hour u.s. president donald trump has confirmed that his chief of staff john kelly will leave the white house at the end of the year the retired marine corps general spent sixteen months in the role and was initially brought on board to provide a steady hand to the trump of ministration but he reportedly had
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a difficult relationship with the president which continued to which continue to deteriorate in recent months and fueled expectations of his eventual departure. john kelly will be leaving rita but i don't know if i can say retiring but he's a great guy john kelly will be leaving at the end of the here will be announcing who will be taking john's place it might be on an interim basis i'll be announcing that over the next day or two but john will be leaving at the end of the year he's been with me almost two years now as you know between the two positions so. we're probably going to see him in a little while ok emily howell brings us more now on john kelly's time at the white house. we just soiree general kelly crisis may have ended john kelly's time in the west wing down with the four star marine general was brought to the white house to restore order as president rather be here president donald trump
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took him from his post just homeland security secretary in july of two thousand and seventeen he replaced the first chief of staff writes priebus thank you think kelly's first order of business was firing communications director anthony scare mucci it on the job for just ten days for disparaging white house officials in a profanity laced interview for a time kelley was described as the adult in the white house reportedly imposing military like discipline on staff and limiting access to the president very well but in october of that same year a botched military mission a new share that left four american soldiers dead cause some to question kelly's judgment kelly attacked a congresswoman who criticized the president's mishandling of a condolence call to one of the widows it stuns me that a member of congress with a listen to a conversation. absolutely stunning but the controversy surrounding rob porter
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a top trump aide may have been kelly's biggest fumble kelly defended porter when his ex-wives accused him of physical and emotional abuse so did the president as you probably know he says he's innocent and i think you have to remember that he said first strongly yesterday that he's innocent but the administration was forced to back away when photos of one ex-wife's blackeye surfaced bolstering her claims the case led to questions about how porter given his police record had received security clearances and led to others in the administration including the president's own sudden larger cushion or seeing their top secret clearance revoked other tromp reports surfaced that kelley had referred to trump as an idiot something both men denied other top officials like former secretary of state rex tillerson and former national security advisor h.r. mcmaster were let go after allegedly making similar insults in recent months
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kelli's tenure has been marked with reports of fights including reported shouting match with national security adviser john bolton as well as disagreements with first lady a lani a trump. kelly is the latest in a long list of high profile departures can really help al jazeera the white house well i spoke to bill schneider a political analyst and professor of public policy at george mason university and tell me what might lie ahead for kenny's replacement. well a lot of people say he's getting out while the getting is good things can only get worse from here is likely to be trouble when we get more reports from the mueller investigation and i think we're getting very very close to the point where muller is likely to come out and make specific charges there is already a charge that's out there from michael cohen and that is that donald trump orchestrated the payments to two women who were going to spoil his campaign by charging him with sexual abuse payments were made to them and michael cohen who
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made the payments said they were done with the full knowledge of candidate donald trump there are rumors that he is going to choose another military figure someone who has experience. possibly someone connected to vice president pence it doesn't matter it's an impossible job for anybody to do military person comes in of course with a semblance of discipline because that's what the military is all about but the top was never in the military he is a very undisciplined individual he doesn't read he cares up everything that comes across as desk it's a very difficult position to manage so while the new chief of staff is likely to be a person who advertises his discipline and his command disciplining donald trump is not easy well one of the people leaving a trumpet ministration his nikki haley the seem to be full my u.s. ambassador to the united nations she's been speaking about the u.s.
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response to the killing of saudi jenna's jamal khashoggi shavar chancy joins us live from washington now and chad what's he been saying. well the section on jamal khashoggi begins with her saying everything's not black and white and that is a rather good description for the rest of the section on jamal khashoggi she says on the one hand the whole situation because with the show gears we call and give them a pos we comes the saudi government doesn't get a pass we can't condone it we can have a support thuggish behavior but in that same answer she ends with but you know what that country is a complete partner when it comes to fighting iran and our only real partner when it comes to fighting iran so it's a balancing act but you have to do both so she tossed by the interviewer the freedmen dot com and friedman as i said in the last hour do you think you can speak out and at the same time maintain them as an ally she says well we have to they don't expect us to give them
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a pass that's why we've sanctions the dozen or so we need to get we're going to push we need to continue to do it until we get it i should add i'm truncating her sentences but i'm just using her own words i'm not embellishing it in any way so the answer to them says all right then is there anything that you want to be done in response to the shoji that hasn't been done hayley i think they need to hold these people accountable that suggests the same dozen people she was just referring to they need to hold these people accountable again the interview perhaps sensing that some generalization generalizations here she also he also direct question do you feel there's more to do to hold the crown prince accountable if he was involved in this talk haley i think all of that the administration needs to decide it's his government his government did this and so he is technically responsible technically responsible is how she describes it and yet as we've heard from so many senators
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are having been briefed by the cia they say that the cia says moment when someone has moved them technically responsible he is simply responsible according to the cia's best assessment thank you very much you have a chance even though the latest on that story from washington. french interior minister says the yellow vest protests are now under control but police levels could remain as they are until sunday thousands of protesters right across the country and a fourth weekend of demonstrations which began as a movement against fuel tanks that have now become a challenge to the presidency of emanuel macron david chase reports from paris. her. how the the what the yellow vests called act full right there protests played out with some familiar scenes in the center
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paris. hundreds of arrests were made but it didn't stop the clashes the demonstrators tried to storm the blockades mounted by the riot police. service that is now because of her research on moving in on the other best protesters who throwing missiles at the police light they're now using tear gas tear gas and stun grenades stuff. the we did the first act migrant didn't the tourist act too he cannot ask we don't exist today we do ask for to see if he reacts they don't hear the word dignity is it just dignity is the only reward the dignity of making a living out of our work. how the people going to keep feeding their children that's all so i want to know what are we going to give to them by the end of the
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month what. the shouts coming from the crowds the car. from resigned the interior minister had his own message for the yellow vests even if it was delivered a safe distance from the fray to syria i see the british also they have actually been more injuries on the side of the security forces than on this. to the protesters because the idea is to contain things but the toxic has its limits when we're faced with people who want to behave like it's. as night fell a street full of luxury boutiques that would normally have been full of christmas shoppers was still shrouded in clouds of tear gas. but the prime minister decided it was time to strike a more conciliatory tone with the protesters and open a dialogue so if you look at the dialogue has begun and it must continue no tax is important enough to threaten national unity we must continue to talk about its president macron faces the biggest challenge the show will go on unless he abandons
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some of his most treasured reforms david chaytor al-jazeera paris was much more study about on the program seven months on from the velvet revolution that brought down the government armenians are preparing to head to the polls and will report on zimbabwe's struggling health system that adult to strike and growing cholera problem. and i were going to get feels very summery that in victoria in fact even south australia's crowds is continuing to stream might suggest a frontal system was already gone through had an effect in melbourne but you still got a continuing effect despite the light normally breezes a mere twenty degrees on so it's rather better now late but not that much better in sydney or indeed in brisbane in fact you could argue the purses are in the better
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than i would there are some big showers in some parts of western australia and then as you want to run may be substantial but not.


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