tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 223 Al Jazeera August 12, 2019 3:32am-4:00am +03
finding it hard to feed their families. the island of toss in the lake of magic i was in northwest venezuela was once a tourist destination. now its residents are struggling and people like pina are trying to help out we went with him to. house her brother george is 33 he's autistic he's also undernourished this will be his only meal today. i need help he has no bed to sleep we have no diapers his situation is getting worse every day nobody helps us he's been losing weight and we can barely feed our family and what complicates the situation even more is that your god has a problem in his throat but there are no doctors to diagnose him his source says there are many cases like his around the island and even though he's trying to lend a hand it's not been easy. i don't have much but i started to ask people to give me
just one spoon of rice to feed them times are difficult for everyone nobody has much food to give away those who take care of their relatives with disabilities are suffering and cannot give much. his hooves is also helping out at least 8 others in this island of around $10000.00 people many have already migrated somewhere else because of food and medicine shortages we're told the water sanitation plant is broken and there is no gas or electricity. we went to the house of my kelly just seen a mother of 5 she has no money to buy her children clothes or diapers even though her husband works as a fisherman she says they barely have enough to eat people here are desperate they don't have running water they don't have gas and this is the only food they have for the whole family the situation is so dire that they were forced to sell this
window in order to be able to buy medicine for the children. michael lee says all government help has been gone for months the venezuelan government says boxes of subsidize food but they're not arriving fast enough. for the little food we have is because we were given one government box last week after 6 months the government is gone and if they have something they give it to people that vote for them we don't vote because we don't have an id. economy say the crisis in venezuela is caused by a drop in oil prices corruption and mismanagement of government resources. it's the 1st crisis at last so long in an oil producing nation it's the 1st oil nation with hyperinflation and it's the biggest collapse of an economy in a country that did not go to war the impoverishment in the country is brutal now
with an increase in u.s. sanctions many fear the situation will deteriorate even more on saturday precedent or lead a protest against the united states the sanctions implemented by donald trump an opposition leader one way though. all of this making this all of this brutality has been requested and openly supported by this despicable outlaw traitor to the homeland named one dog but in the island of course most people say the crisis began before the u.s. sanctions they're desperately waiting for a solution that will help them survive there is a war deceit or dos island venezuela. now to the largest arts and culture festival in the world this song challenging the established john reserve theatre adults and visual art fandom are a fringe is hosting some of the world's most experimental productions charlie
angelo went to see how they're playing out with their audiences. staging a show at the edinburgh fringe is often a new yacht. but philip fabric show is exceeding expectations. bending acrobatics with. a stick. skating and pacu with piano music the canadian trip is reinventing circus. it's always circus circus is so vast you can end up playing with a mike and juggling with it oh it's circus but wait a minute teaches that theater ages dance thing he was talking while he was doing it so he's again doing theater while dancing and there's music but then he does juggling so we call it circus. mixing up films is also in evidence at edinburgh's botanic gardens where there's a multi-sensory all inspired by the sights sounds and scientific study of the flow
country scotland's peak bokes trees breathe in saying. c c c c transporting visitors to another world. we've commissioned line artists who have all been inspired by the flow country and for some aren't and caithness and so their land which is in the north of scotland so they've all spent a variety of time between 3 days some as long as 18 months up there they're for or to scientists based on the flow country and that's been the inspiration for all the work so you see in the gardens edinburgh is the perfect environment for artists to experiment with new technologies this is a sonic brother it's given to each visitor and plays the sound of birdsong the original piano. also comes in handy when the weather plays out. one american company is making life cinema using actors projectors and 500 shadow puppets to recreate the story of frankenstein. an eccentric orchestra plays
a haunting soundtrack with some instruments controlled by robotics these cutting edge pieces of playing well with audiences in edinburgh breaking the mold and creating art that refuses to be defined. at. all mine just united get the e.p.l. campaign off to a dream start he tells coming up in sports. i was raised in france. these are my grandparents. these are my parents and this is mean. by them both my sister and i saw. the 1st of a 2 part epic tale of a remarkable simony. the father the son and the jihad
part one on al jazeera it's my privilege to name al-jazeera english the broadcaster of the year the cartels are fighting each other side. we've been told that we can still yes this is the largest demonstration that's been held by women to refugees since over 700000 of them why we're seeing some of the nurses who was at the front here for them to think of a complete bust of him. here into the show proud recipient of the new crystals called cost of the year award for the serbian.
south korea has opened the last of 3 hiking trails along its side of the demilitarized zone the government hopes the initiative will promote koff aeration with its neighbor it coincides with the launch of several short range missiles by north korea cut their losses of the un has more to say about it thought we were going into the 3rd and last hiking trail along the demilitarized zone that separates north and south korea is now open to the public was once marked by fences and land mines along this highly militarize the border public access was restricted for decades until now it's just a 1000000 gun down little a site that has been forbidden to the public is now open for the 1st time i believe this is a symbol of division it will become one of peace. the program is part of an agreement signed in september by the 2 korean leaders that seeks to ease the decades long military standoff with the north would or and they leaders hold summits
continuously and now more than ever people aspire to peace hyper unification can be peacefully achieved unlike other tourists to give the general public and president access to a demolished guard post in the demilitarized zone or d.m.z. it was set up after a split between the north and south but tensions have remained high since the truce ended the korean war in the 1950 s. but despite efforts to build trust the provocations continue north korea recently launched a string of new short range missiles and rockets and a parent warning against what it calls. hostile joint military drills by south korea and the united states as all of your north korea is one of the most isolated countries in the world for many visitors it's a rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the secretive communist state for the 1st leg of the d.m.z. peace trail was opened in april the 2nd in june while this program hopes to bring peace there is still
a long way to go towards normalizing ties between south and north korea. who saw the young al jazeera. catch up with all the sports news concerts here thank you very much sammy woman to see knighted have got their english premier league campaign underway by thrashing at chelsea marcus rush the start for united the england international scored twice as they ran out of 4 nil winners at old trafford united are looking for a better season this time around they finished outside the top 4 last season and haven't won the league since 2013 well earlier leicester played out a draw against wolves an arsenal kicked started their campaign where when they're here in america scoring and their one nil away win over newcastle. the world. is will be jealous for us. we know at least difficult each match. but i think we deserve it. to american
athletes face sanctions are so they made political protests during their gold medal ceremonies at the pan american games in peru. when perry raised her fist at the end of the u.s. anthem after her throw she later said that somebody has to stand for all the injustices going on in america and fence a raise in boden that need touring the medal ceremony for the team's whole event he wrote onto itself afterwards that racism gun control mistreatment of immigrants and the president who spreads hate were shortcomings at that cut short his pride in his country. our reporters shihab rattansi has more from washington d.c. . when barry's raising of a fist during the star-spangled banner was reminiscent of john carlos and told me smith is a black power salute at the mexico city $968.00 and then picked games race imprudence taking of an easy was the same method of protest that's been pioneered by n.f.l.
star cullen kaplan it protesting against police brutality and racism and image and says he too is protesting against racism but also the treatment of immigrants and what he says is a president who's spreading hate berry says he's professing against injustice in a president who's making things worse. both athletes could face severe discipline both the games organizers and the u.s. didn't pick committee for a bid and a political protest they both could be disqualified potentially they could even have their participation in the 2020 of them picked games put in doubt and the u.s. does have a history of penalizing athletes who make political protests both smith and call also a mob july's to give is after their return from mexico city and color company hasn't played professional football since 2017. cricket now and only such intend stands in the way of calling on india's all time needing run scores list in one day
internationals. 120 in india's ongoing game against the west indies in the port of spain during his innings he pasta. on the list of quality it shouldn't be too excited though he still trails a tunnel cut by about 7000 runs. the cat is an did of its own one moto g.p. is all straight in gone play to close the gap between him and championship leader mark marquez on this marcus was in pole position at the red bull ring and was leading most of the race but so edge of doubt and the final lap but to deny marquez a title that he's yet to win that's why the victory still trails my case by 58 points in the overall standings it was the last call i have to try i wanted to if i thought i would do long. i can finish 2nd easy saw. i have a good feeling too i mean i feel saw is strong in that moment i.e.
something. in the past i always thinking about. but i did something crazy and sometimes it's mark and that's it for me sammy thanks so much and that's it for me for this news hour we're back with another full show though so stay with us. talk to al-jazeera. what guarantees will you give to the people will be attending the minimal workshop we listen i'm supposed to explain apologize for someone it's
also terrorizing me we meet with global newsmakers and talk about the stories that matter to 0 the latest news as it breaks. with details. coverage no one is willing to return home to me on my own without sort of the ship papers and security guarantees from around the world the talent is facing the new prime minister. negotiate a new bricks that he'll in 90 day a deal the e.u. says cannot be renegotiated. to train and equip the opposition in syria so they can help push back these terrorists people in power investigates how the us supplies soviet style weapons to its allies through private company spend the us government could wash their hands and say well we didn't know where it was coming from so weapon that was supplied by the us government may well end up being pointed at us soldiers yes absolutely we pick it up listening to months often the professional
on of their own for this to bahrain you're watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up. the interior minister of yemen's internationally recognized government says 400 u.a.e. all me vehicles were used by separatists to seize control of a. gas at protesters there's no end in sight to the demonstrations in hong kong. and the presidential election in guatemala with white or cations beyond the country's borders. pakistan's foreign minister has attacked the indian government for evoking the autonomy of indian administered kashmir accusing it of a fascist mentality in an exclusive interview with al jazeera the minister said he's just returned from consultations with the chinese government he says they
completely support pakistan's position over at the disputed region to d. in india you have a regime which has a fascist mentality you know that not approach that they have is but out as has been guilty you know this is the political wing of the r.s.s. . and that is of great concern to pakistan innocent people being attacked killed raped. and through the pellet guns using eyesight you have seen this curfew. there's a communication blackout. journalism not being allowed in to the news not filtering out the absolute confusion uncertainty one is hearing from $41.00 is hearing of. non-availability of medicines. i do not know tomorrow
either which is a very important day for muslims whether they will lift the curfew i demand that the indian authorities lift curfew let the muslims. perform their prayers and do the sacrifice that they are supposed to do. well security remains twice in indian administered kashmir but some restrictions have been eased to allow people to celebrate the muslim holiday of eat tensions have been high since the delhi revoked autonomy from the region earlier this week and communications are being cast off for a 7th day cricket gupta has more now from new delhi. 30 or so has been walking for 3 hours from one pharmacy to the next he needs injections for a 70 year old mother she has cancer long burgers the injections are not available in the market so the situation here is bad and nothing is available here. pharmacies in srinagar are running out of medicine. and we don't have 50 percent of
our stock if the curfew continues will run out of our medicines and teen or 15 days . families like these are stuck at home because of security restrictions imposed by the indian government after a few folk to reach its autonomy last week 4 lines are down and internet is not working nobody knows what happened nobody tells us. everything is gone mobile phones are off. this is not live this is not the morgan this is all gone i mean we are living in. this edited of an english daily says she hasn't been able to reach a journalist in the valley since monday she spied a petition in india's top court to ask the government to live for strictures on the media we don't know all the drouet we are seeing a lot of different and very strikingly different words coming
out which one is the. picture it's very difficult to say with certainty the government says the restrictions are temporary and are aimed at ensuring law and order in the region but the editors guild of india say it's concerned that they're making it difficult to report accurately from the region and people here say that that vacuum is being filled by mr porting and what they call fake news on the internet fact checkers of the quaint and indeed online news websites say they have found 13 instances of fake news flooding the internet in recent days says there is no communication or we don't know what's happening so i think when you talk about propaganda other thing isn't easy but anybody actually on board decides to just read or whatever they want to read think neo's be the kind of me was there be a want people to believe it. back in srinagar or through those finally manages to get want to jack should for his ailing mother but not all he will now have to look
elsewhere for another day. as people and indeed it means to live under these unprecedented restrictions in these uncertain times. i just hear you daily. yemen's interior minister says more than 400 armored vehicles from the united arab emirates were used in the last. days of fighting in aid to southern separatists are now effectively in control of the port city the seat of the internationally recognized government the u.n. says at least 40 people have been killed in the past 4 days of fighting they were brought in manly has. veered off to 4 days of intense fighting finally some common streets evaded but also an accusation of betrayal from the country's interior minister. hundreds of vehicles lane didn't identify only
loaded with weapons and ammunition this is to combat mercenaries hired guns who are being manipulated we are just fighting with our hands with whatever however we criticized the silence from our brothers saudi arabia we condemn the silence for 4 days while our partner in the coalition is slaughtering us we will make to cern on the ground hours later it was reported that the minister had been evacuated from aden to the saudi border town of shura in mecca his government's leader was photographed with the saudi king but abu drab a month so hard he has lived in exile in saudi arabia for years. this latest basket ate him began wednesday when southern separatists backed by the u.a.e. 40 against saudi backed government soldiers took control of the city. by saturday the separatists taken over the city's presidential palace as well as
several military camps. a cease fire was called that evening for the eat holiday hours later saudi arabia want the separatists to stop fighting then followed that warning with airstrikes in aden sent to create a district. in all at least 40 people have been killed in the latest fighting it's actually kind of odd that you would have a cease fire so quickly because that allows the southern separatists to consolidate their gains rather than be ousted rather quickly and so it it's clear that saudi arabia believes it can mediate and find a solution here and i'm not so sure that they can do that easily the u.n. humanitarian coordinator the yemen says it's heartbreaking the families are mourning the deaths of their loved ones after dozens of people killed since wednesday. this flag represents the southern separatists final goal to once again create an independent state of south yemen which existed from 1967 until 1990.
and the recent fighting has exposed a rift in the saudi hue even a tree alliance that has been at war with hutu rebels since 2015 but it may also open a new front in a war that has killed tens of thousands of people and it's pushed the country to the brink of famine you're about to manly al-jazeera. on elsewhere in yemen 9 people have been killed including 5 children in a saudi led air strike in the northwest a country house in a star district and hargett province has hits 11 other people were injured according to the media all the victims were members of one family displaced by the ongoing. police in hong kong who fired tear gas and charles with basons at various protest gatherings across the territory to try to break up demonstrations protesters used a flash mob strategy of appearing at large shopping streets and train stations only
to disperse and then reappear in a different location it is the 10th straight weekend of unrest in hong kong mcbride reports. another day of protest and doing all those predictably in rolling stone. battles between protesters and police. this was the chimps are choi district of calif where protesters have laid siege to the local police station. police responded in. under a barrage of tear gas protesters fell back those not quick enough were arrested. some of them shouting out their names and identity numbers ha. to let others know what had happened to them. here. normally busy with shoppers and tourists some passers by got caught up in the chaos. the day started
peacefully large protest marches against the government's controversial extradition bill which has been suspended but is claimed by pro-democracy groups as evidence of further erosion of hong kong's freedoms within china that my life is getting tougher in hong kong people are being ignored and their homes and get your enemy defend your people thinking now this protest across town lou was technically illegal but it didn't stop thousands from taking time. at the end most dispersed but others surrounded a police station and this is where many of the marchers have ended up a police station where the officers are now simply barricaded inside demonstrators in a wall that's gradually making itself down towards here despite warnings from police just. the inevitable clash happened. the crowd be
dispersed with rubber bullets and tear gas. protestors have adopted a hit and run strategy moving in smaller groups for one to the next to create maximum disruption. now into its. a month the strain on all sides is clearly showing increasing anger and violence from a minority of protesters and from police signs of stress at being on the front lines week after week of what is a political crisis was. the battle in chimps or choi ended in angry confrontations between police. independent monitors i know. journalists and local people. all locked in a seemingly endless summer of turmoil problem bride al jazeera hunger.
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