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tv   The Stream 2019 Ep 137  Al Jazeera  August 28, 2019 11:32am-12:01pm +03

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it's up to the syrian syrians now on the question of whether this country will be dissolved in auto divided or not. it seems to me that it is already divided in a very real way with the elements on the christians and the other is occupying a certain amount of territory and the sunni majority occupying the others and i'm. not very hopeful that syria would be able to be put back together again the drug war and the study out of both the us not know if enough sort of walked. out of the methadone is still left us our. men. and about in the we use in the above our let's shoot the mission and know. that the rules will look at being the only he.
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has asserted that really need to stand then. the conflict in syria has become increasingly sectarian it has caused internal displacement of hundreds of thousands of people and the international exodus of refugees on an unprecedented scale in the modern world. some think that's a form of threat to ration is the only solution. is a set of the young do it takes me a minimum should do while i sit on the hazel's no and no. because. it could be. there was to begin with. but the can with us so we are doing well i hope and i will apply for that only. if it did then. and i'm at that. let the health mchenry who on one side than
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technology more heidi was a part of our an a but if you don't really call in with her thoughts e-mail. because that can end a mythical window limiters of the affiliate at the little white house though i will have the lead in the flick of their watch. larry. we hear about the. america i don't even really. i think that. the controls the country might should better the interest of israel because he will be sort of the legitimized ruler. after such a civil war after such carnage the worst scenario is that this integration of the net of the of the country into uncontrollable 50 ohms as it were now so i think that $11.00 syria complete with
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a regime that is not particularly legitimate in the eyes of the international community is something that would suit i think the current role is of israel. to islamic state of iraq and the levant isis has also complicated the situation in syria and has proclaimed the creation of the state in parts of syria and iraq. while american planes were bombing i saw in syria the also enabled kurdish groups to take control of certain areas of northern syria in october 25th teen and proclaim a kurdish province there. this could be seen as encouraging the idea of a federal division of syria as well as causing alarm bells for neighboring countries. in syria they are trying to get some kind of control with the help of russia united states and. iranian regime and a count on like has been lost in the one on
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a defacto hobby tutt where internationally they may not be recognized but de facto they will operate all of that and continue to talk at all create kinds of problems in the region. in mid. 15 there were armed clashes in turkey between the government of friendship and the one and the p.k. case. the kurdish p.t.t. founded in 1978 once a political entity of its own independent. in there is a better model put this on and on. just the middle feet intifada. tiny. intifada. i had the home and there will. be lot to quote of the.
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north. lets me a film made that is her with me. out. be doing the n. . yet to have. a hard on a shell tunney die young kuno and you will hear from harden is better model could discern it has it into father mother tongue language as a being or offer she language in schools the is a legitimate demand and it could be expressed in the democratic society so i don't see any legitimate and logical. demand for any kind of autonomy even if it was there it is going to be pitch a case demands and we are not in place to debate or negras shade that kind of autonomy with p.k. k. on the b. hall full of all shorts or towards. the ultimate legacy of the strike
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speak or agreement was to establish the rights of outside powers and interests to intervene and influence the politics of the middle east. the sense of instability and constant conflict it has engendered seems even more complex to address now than it was a 100 years ago. hello again it's good to be back we're all watching more rain coming out of india into parts of pakistan over the next few days and you can see the clouds right there beginning to make their way towards the west that we did have a problem just several weeks ago with some very heavy flooding across parts of southern pakistan we're going to be watching this again to see what we're going to be expecting in terms of heavy rain across the region and we could be seen some localized flooding as we go towards the end of the week as well so here on wednesday really not looking too bad at $33.00 degrees but the rain is slowly
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making its way towards the west we will be watching them over here towards baghdad it is going to be a very hot day with the temperature of $48.00 and quit city and $42.00 well here across the gulf it is humidity that we are dealing with it could be a little bit windy at times as well but we do expect to see doha here 40 degrees as we go towards wednesday maybe staying the same a little bit windier as we go towards thursday also but it is going to be a warmer day with attempt a few $41.00 and then very quickly across parts of southern africa well johannesburg is going to be very hard over the next few days $28.00 degrees are expected high but down towards durban it is going to be the clouds the wind as well as the rain bring you down to about 80 degrees here on wednesday by the time we go towards thursday a better day more sun with a temperature of about 20 degrees. legally prescribe for the pain relief of the sick but taken in life threatening doses by
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millions in search of a fix. huge illegal shipments of the opioid tramadol or flood the quest that some. people in power goes to nigeria to investigate the devastating addiction epidemic that is even fueling the boko haram insurgency. west africa's opioid crisis on a. culture of down's thrives here every day generations of tibetans continue to brace and maintain their cultural heritage it's a reminder of who they are and whether. this is a suburb of the capital new delhi tibet so be refugees here since 964 buttons here have been defined as migrants are not refugees because india hasn't signed up to the 1951 un convention on refugees so tibetans here have been able to access the indian welfare system so they become self-sufficient starting
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a better business says and looking for work independently but for some it's not enough. explores prominent figures of the 20th century and how life already influenced the course of history was the human revolution communist away feel castro is a futile eastern not a communist or just a wanted his country che wanted international revolution became a point when the relationship came to an end the icons of revolution who changed the course of latin american politics. and fidel castro face to face on al-jazeera . i. can tell you. some of it i like. brazil agrees to accept international aids to fight the amazon forest fires but
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insists it must be allowed to decide how to use the money. hello and welcome to al jazeera live from doha i'm martin dennis also coming up a state of alert in gaza after police when they killed him i saw many suicide attacks in the palestinian territory malaysia's former prime minister najib razak is back in court to face trial for corruption in a satan vast investment fund us revealing the truth in india that minister of kashmir journalist demand that says to report on the crisis. brazil says it will now accept international aid to help fight fires ravaging the amazon as long as it can control how the money is used president diable sonando
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earlier rejected an offer of 20000000 dollars from the g 7 nations accusing them of treating brazil like a colony but despite the environmental concerns the brazilian president is pushing ahead with plans to develop and farm protected indigenous reserves which is illegal under a law that has more now from port of value in brazil's amazon region so the president job will sort out who says the situation is under control he said to the army in the rainy season has arrived brazil he says will solve its own problems well look after the. amazon north. god willing to get there will find a solution to these fires and give such as faction to rest of the world and people who think like mr micawber should think 2 or 3 times before wanting to get out of a complicated situation like he finds himself with an enormous rejection rate in his country and wanting to damages. after meeting in brasilia with amazon the state
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governors ball scenario even suggested there should be more developments in the amazon region hours later a congressional committee approved in the membership to allow commercial agriculture on indigenous reservations something that is currently prohibited still will get us out yeah we're winning this war with the support of you all to show what the amazon region is to show its potential in the benefits of can bring to all including our brothers dean d. and also has the support of the u.s. president with whom he has a close relationship and the shared love of tweeting. reaction in brazil to their president's handling of the crisis has been mixed and game. no one can live completely alone no one grows alone any help is always welcome as long as it's well intended. cannot be linked to any kind of submission to foreign countries brazil must have autonomy over the amazon we cannot accept this internationalization of the amazon. any further development of the amazon will be met with strong
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opposition from around the world however it's the indigenous communities who live in the forest those with the most to lose who will react the strongest but for the people who live here in the amazon region this is normal natural they burn and they will burn again next year because they believe with the backing of their political leaders that this is the best way to develop this land. also believes this is brazil's land to develop and resents foreign interference but the international community feels it can simply watch as the so-called lungs of the burn down to 0. northwestern brazil but we've been speaking to thiago day at a gal who's director of institutional strategy and intelligence at arco advise that's a public affairs firm and he tells us why president bush also nara has changed his mind about accepting aid. what changed his mind is that his position to reject some
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of these offer wasn't coordinated with other members of the brazilian government and of the brazilian state. the speaker of the house he expressed this morning that this is money that brazil needs because a few days ago president bush will not have said that there isn't enough money to more knitter and combat these fires at the amazon so although brazil is a very wealthy country the location of money is a very bureaucratic procedure and in this particular area there wasn't enough money so we had several. on coordinated responses about this help from france and from the g 7 which at the end of the day allowed president also not to make this is a commentary that didn't resonate well with other peers in the brazilian government i think that this is rhetoric towards the internal brazilian. public because
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it's obvious that the usage of this money would be determined by the brazilian authorities it would be impossible for any of this help to come and this for the g 7 to determine how to employ this money during the past decades in many years we had the amazonian fund which was funded by norway and germany and not in a single moment germany and norway decided how this money would be used it was always 100 percent a decision of the brazilian government on how to use so this comment is more towards the brazilian public there wants to see this demonstration of independence in the usage of money than anything else. neighboring bolivia is battling its own wildfires mischa threatening the world's largest wetlands president ever medallists joined firefighters in center also to help tackle the flames about a 1000000 hectares of already than. with fires doubling in size since last week.
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hamas has declared a state of alert in gaza after 3 police officers were killed in 2 separate suicide attacks the 1st blast hit a police checkpoint where 2 officers died less than an hour later there was a 2nd explosion at another checkpoint in the city killing a 3rd officer is the attacks were carried out by groups affiliated to ice of. malays is former prime minister najib razak is in court for his 2nd corruption trial the 66 year old faces $25.00 charges including money laundering he's accused of using his position to siphon off 500000000 dollars from estate investment fund kathy a look here's how the young man has more. money.


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