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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 306  Al Jazeera  November 3, 2019 3:32am-4:01am +03

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communities and see if we can draw the green beds so that people don't go beyond those areas so we are going or that in times of planning we know we're going to ground that insurance before you act any beauty. erects your water catchment areas in disaster prone areas. but environmentalists say government actions may be too late for some areas and warn of more tragedies if we continue this is going to happen and it will happen again and again until we just stop the disaster is here and it's going to be we told it happened very recently last this room this is it and if you happen to get. the penalties for environmental destruction are now in place trouble is demand for housing timber and the money they make remains so high but many are still prepared to take the risk of a decrease al-jazeera freetown sierra leone now u.s. democratic presidential hopeful
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a better iraq has ended his campaign has been seen as a promising new force in the party after just narrowly losing a senate spot in the texas that's a state that's normally a fiercely per republican addressing supporters iraq said his campaign did not have the means to me or forward but he said he would stay active in the fight to defeat donald trump. happens in australia according with the government to speak out against recent violence in the indonesian province that they have fled dozens of people have been killed there since mid september with engineers as government banning foreign journalists and diplomats from visiting the province to help focus attention exiled poplars are put together a book and a music album describing a previous massacre andrew thomas reports. on. the song commemorates massacre one. survived in 1908 hundreds of papuans gathered around independence like people had raised above the water tower
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at the highest point on that part of papua they called for an end to what they considered in an easy an occupation a new book and digital album of written testimony pictures music and animation describes what happened next. the flag flew for 4 days before indonesian troops took it down brutally this recent video shows a bullet hole in the water tower so more than 100 people scaling way i know in asia . we wanted to come up with something that was real had a really strong melanesian sound. that was artistically strong coach really strong and politically strong as well. we seeing. struggle. the aim is a full investigation into the p.f. massacre in 2015 indonesia's government did set one up into it and other human
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rights violations in papua but by late 216 the investigation had stalled. a team to collect. evidence from the police from the local military command from the national commission on human rights from the attorney general's office but it's right there there was no more progress after. these human rights violations happened a long time ago the president does care but because it's such an old case opening the documents is complicated but president is paying attention and we want a future where human rights violations won't happen again. but the release of the album and book comes just as violence in papua has spiked once again behind this music wanted to draw attention to
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a past atrocity but also to what's happening now. dozens of people have been killed in recent weeks in violence which began with protests against racism but which as in the past developed into calls for independence from indonesia president dr widodo says he is ready to meet independence leaders in papua to resolve the crisis but it's unclear whether independence itself will be up for discussion. in the meantime papuans in exile hope that in part through music they can help keep attention focused on the problem. andrew thomas al-jazeera. the hometown the south african rugby captain celebrates a historic wild card well. counting
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the cost of health care special u.s. insurers of failing patients of the world's richest country and $1.00 of the poorest patients above which health service is on the brink of collapse but can the un hit its goal of universal health care for or by 2030 counting the cost on al-jazeera. when an ethiopian mother put her daughter up for adoption she knew little of what was to come. with family bonds severed a traumatized child torn between 2 worlds struggles to return home in a profoundly human story exposing deep flaws in denmark's adoption system with. little. girl in return a witness documentary on al-jazeera. and
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now it's time for sports and an amazing day for the springboks and for south africa not so good for england fans asked to be said south africa winning the rugby world cup for the 3rd time in their history the springboks convincing winners in york at home of beating the pretty much favorite saying win by 32 points to 12 as paul reste reports. england and south africa were meeting in a world cup final for the 2nd time in history but this time the weight of expectation was on and. until you would blown away the all blacks and the semi's. there was to be none of the electricity of that display in the early exchanges here england losing col sinclair to an injury in just the 2nd minute of the game. south
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africa pressed home their advantage with a forward display that kept forcing aras the boot of 100 part giving them a 126 halftime lead. despite their 2 world cup crown so far south africa had never scored a try in a final. but that's all changed late in the 2nd half england still in with a fighting chance before they were floored by pimping one of the 11 black players in a springbok squad that has previously struggle to move on from its all white past. his opposite winches lynn colby made sure of the highest margin of victory in a final since australia beat france all the way back in 1999 south africa winning 32 to 12. their 1st ever black captain see a khaleesi lifting the trophy in yokohama repeating the fate of francois pienaar in
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1995 and graeme smit in 2007. no you can't be different but close to freezing we could give you the one who wanted to achieve it all really well but we've done the stuff that goes to show that we can pull together if you want to win but you saw south africa courage ross erasmus has a masterminded a huge turnaround for the springbok side and this right when he took over last year they're now world champions i once again and this time it's a team that people from across south africa can truly call are in pole race al-jazeera yokohama but it's the 1st time any world cup winning team has been led by a black caps in an sickly she wasn't sure of support back in his home town i was of the sings in israel and it also is a 3rd place see. hope says country to the top one in japan enjoys a cliche lifting the trophy sets arrival pictures of nelson mandela joining the south african scene in the celebrations back in 1995 across from it for me to watch
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the final unfold in johannesburg. south africans have just watched on the big screen the web it was not being handed over to see nothing in the display club captain evil roads 7 to the springboks win the battle love to the rugby world cup tight so this is one fan and how excited are you we are 7 words get out of us or did some amazing that so much as you can see this many as created so much unity within the country itself the maze of amazing thank you so that ricans context chris how happy they are above this when it's been observed the country economically. being a lot of the big. rigs have been looking to. come to bring light at the end of the tunnel. 'd
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of america deserves the swift boat does good and gold some familiar. manager said to the job years ago certainly she didn't. discriminator chancing by fans has caused the suspension of the game in its least so football league play was briefly stops in the rome of the napoli match when the referee heard round the fans singing offensive songs about nathan's on the caps and pleading with his team supporters to behave in the game was able to resume ramadan also when to walk. all fine for sunday's us some do a little later on in austin world champion lewis hamilton closing in on yet another title he was quickest in 2nd practice and if he finishes 8 so better in sunday's race the mercedes driver will claim his 6 world championship hope looks back on what's been
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a remarkable career for the 34 year old it's. well lewis hamilton has had racing in his blood from an early age he began karting aged 8 and 2 years later he won the british championship by the time he was 12 hamilton was already becoming a man to watch on the karting circuit and it was around this time that he met the mclaren boss ron dennis telling him that one day he wanted to drive his cars or dennis was clearly impressed so much so that when hamilton was 13 he signed with mclaren making him the youngest driver to have a contract with an f one team but after a few more years karting how milton graduated to car racing growing up the various cheers from formula ran out of formula 3 and then g.p. to his success at those levels meant that in 2007 he was given an f one driver with mclaren his teammate was double world champion fernando alonso now incredibly how melted overshadowed the spaniard during his rookie season as they both fought for the driver's title they even made fun of their riflery and its t.v. advert but behind the smiles there was tension in the team resulting in both
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missing out on the world championship for a year later and with alonso out of the team houghton did claim its maiden world title winning it by a single point from philippe massa following a dramatic final race in brazil and at 23 he was at the time the sport's youngest ever world champion well the next 3 years at mclaren brought plenty of grown 3 victories but not. titles in 2013 howell turn made the move to miss avies joining childhood friend nick her role as burke as the same way but that friendship was stretched to breaking point as the pair battle for the 2014 world title which hamilton eventually won beginning an era of mystery these dominance and that dominance has continued hamilton picking up further world startled into the 152-017-2018 if he can secure number 6 on sunday that he'll be just one behind the all time record held by michael schumacher a world title leader mark mark has suffered a big crash in qualifying for the malays your moto g.p. race marco's will start sunday's race in
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a season west 11th position after losing control in the 2nd term the spaniard aiming to win his 7th world championship. well it's a rough and i was pulled out of the paris masters ahead of his semifinal nadal's withdrawal means not a joke of it will be the world's number one heading into the world so finals in london next weekend trying to win the 6 are starting to trickle dimitrov in straight sets in his semi final. the way it has taken place for the world light heavyweight title fight between mexico's konar alvarez and so got a couple of russia last year over assigned or was the richest conference in sports history an 11 foot deal with over $365000000.00 saturday's bout be 3rd contest about agreements 29 year old looking to win his 4th world title in a different. and fouls ins of washington nationals fans are welcoming the new world series champions back to the u.s. capital the nationals have claimed major league baseball's biggest title with
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a $43.00 series one of the houston astros it's a 1st title success for the nationals franchise. live pictures there from washington ok that's i suppose looking for thanks very much andy well that's also all it from me about 100 percent wrong. this december make the heroes of europe asia africa the middle east oceania. come to a stage played for the jobs they can and should spend makes mistakes peak for the us becoming it's best. to excite the short to say i want to. put this fee for a call to. make cuts off your goal. every
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a story of succession and leadership. tells the story of foundation and the emergence of an empire. the caliph episode one on a jazz either. a car bomb attack kills at least 13 in a market in tel aviv odd a northern syrian town just captured from the kurds by turkish backed fighters. i'm on top of this is our 0 live from london also coming up another protesters
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killed as thousands continue to rally against the iraqi government also blockading a major port near basra. police fire volleys of tear gas in hong kong as protesters set fire to metro stations and barricades and vandalized buildings. and scenes of joy in south africa as the springboks win their 3rd rugby world cup their 1st with a black captain. a car bomb has exploded in a market in the northern syrian town of tell killing at least 13 people about 20 others were injured in the attack which turkey has blamed on the kurdish y p g the town was captured from the kurds last month by turkish backed fighters it's seen several bombings since turkey began its offensive in northern syria turkey wants to clear the area of kurdish fighters and create
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a so-called safe soon to our syrian refugees to return which has more from shunyo for nearly turkey syria border. the car was packed with explosives and placed in a crowded market in other this explains the growing number of casualties the turkish military blamed the white p.g. for the blast and the white p.g. by the same time hit back saying that turkey is to blame for failing along with this. in the region the center of the syrian national army for providing security to superiors and this is the latest blast in a series of attacks that took bases. in areas on the border with turkey. and also a loss and this is going to put further. challenges on the turkish military was how start a joint patrols with russia there will be moments when the turkish military will be
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patrolling areas not far from where the white b.g. fighters will be stationed across north northern syria situation remains tense with intensified fighting in it live and also on the mountainous area around the city of latakia where the rebels are trying to stage an offensive to halt an attack by government forces as we're going to see in this report. hardly a day goes by without strikes or glasses on the ground. the problems in northern syria is controlled by a bubble forces opposed to president bashar thank the main group operating in the area is he at the who is h.t.s. . it to pose as talks with the government and its fighters are deployed south near ponce hold where government troops are on the offensive
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a few days ago president bashar al assad made a surprise visit to newly captured territory south of. reinforcements are pouring into the area and for the 3 and a half 1000000 people living there the buildup is a sign that war fighting is imminent and then there's one yes that iraq regime is going to in its him to move troops to a position territory and we kept truth he's using the same tactic that. holmes and there are further north not far from the battlefield it's another relatively quiet day in s. him a village south of it live city this is where i was born 9 years ago his only no live in a war zone he goes to school in the morning and then spends long hours in the afternoon collecting firewood ahead of the harsh winter when temperatures can fall below 0 a little him is one of hundreds of thousands of children in syria who have been
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traumatized by the war. i'm happy as long as my brothers uncles and relatives are still alive. but if any one of them or our neighbors got killed in iraq strikes i will be set people in villages in the south of it are planning to evacuated if government troops launched that offensive in the past could flee to rebel held territory but this time they have nowhere to go there's growing anxiety among the people of. the rebels are no match for russian air superiority and government troops are determined to use all means to take back and deliver a final blow to their opponents about al-jazeera. at least one person is dead and 90 others have been injured in the latest protests in the iraqi capital baghdad demonstrators gathered at tahir square with
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a chanted for the government to resign it's the biggest public demonstrations since the downfall of former president saddam hussein protesters are being driven by anger at corruption lack of public services and unemployment 250 people have died in the past months on rest. and more than a 100 protesters have been injured by security forces in southern iraq where they've been blockading a vital port operations at the gulf port of. painted a complete standstill since wednesday after demonstrators set up concrete blocks and burnt tires iraq relies heavily on imported food and the port receives the vast bulk of the country's grain vegetable oils and sugar joshua name in baghdad has more protests. now in the city of basra it looks like their protests are blocking operations of critical utilities local sources are telling us that protesters and security forces in basra have been fighting in front of the you the hostler port
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since last evening there was the sit in there and. we understand protesters had been blocking the entrance and halting operations for it to the port for about 6 days security forces came in cleared the sit in and that's when local sources told us about 100 people were injured some of them seriously protesters remain there carrying signs that say iran out of iraq you affairs another one a sign being seen is. the iraqi government made by iran protesters are upset they say that the ports revenue is being diverted away from their city and leaving them with poor basic services. and to government demonstrations are back out in force in lebanon as capital and this is the scene in beirut to the protest as a demanding an end to corruption and the country's economic crisis they've already
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forced prime minister saad hariri to submit his resignation to the president and i knew this week banks opened their doors on friday for the 1st time in 2 weeks his customers would rush to withdraw their money the head of the banking association says there were no problems. was when he asked trying some gaza have killed one palestinian and wounded 2 others after rockets were launched across the border a funeral has been held for the 27 year old man who died in the early hours of saturday morning israeli army says it targeted sites been owing to how must up to 10 rockets were fired into israel over 2 nights of hamas called it a serious escalation. well this lady laid out a party israeli offensive that targeted began to strip and cause the loss of a martyr and injured people while also terry funk children women and citizens is a crime that is added to israel series of crimes trying to export their internal troubles at the expense of our people the palestinian resistance will not accept this
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a roadside bomb has killed 8 children as they walk to school in northeastern afghanistan the victims were between 10 and 15 years old no one has claimed responsibility though the taliban is active in our province where the explosion happened police say afghan security forces were likely to be the intended target mali's government says at least $53.00 soldiers and one civilian have been killed in an attack on an army post in the north of the country is sold which happened in mali's malacca region on friday is one of the deadliest against the country's military in recent history this latest attack follows a series of raids by armed groups across the region including and book an affair so $38.00 soldiers were killed on september 30th in coordinated attacks in central mali are there is mohammad values reported extensively in the region he has more context on the security challenges in mali. it's very clear that the the campaign that has been going on for years actually since 2012 has has failed to
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to finish those groups there despite the convergence of thousands and thousands of to 5000 you have mentioned from the g 5 countries. including mali and 4 other side held countries you have thousands from france and you and house of sort of big existence there are u.n. peacekeepers despite those efforts despite those armies it's very clear that that campaign has not given the results that were intended and that's probably causing too analysts because the intention itself in many accuse those troops of not really being there only to finish that phenomenon of so-called terrorism in the region but also countries have interests they have interest in staying there for a long time and coordination with them ali in government also is faltering because they accuse the modern government of not doing its share we have seen those defeats
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after defeats by them against a mali an army accusations there that whatever is what is done whatever help is given to the modern army it's not making this army prepared enough to face the threat we also have their vast desert the fact that those thousands and thousands of kilometers of the south hell are uncontrollable those troops or so from foreign countries are not really going out chasing those groups but merely staying in big cities and mainly concerned about their own safety so lots of interest that factors they're playing a role in making this operation very difficult and making it less fruitful. protesters in hong kong are vandalized shops and set fire to metro stations in some of those violent unrest the city has seen in the past few weeks police retaliated with tear gas in the 22nd straight week of protests to pick up on reports from hong kong. the question in hong kong nowadays isn't whether protesters will be on the
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streets but rather which ones spell take over coming up to the 5th month the weekend demonstrations these latest protests brought several districts to a standstill. on polling want to thank you nobody wants to see violence but who is forcing us to come out and march it's also called chief executive and so i came out today as i hope the people of hong kong will not forget that cause things have changed the demonstrations used to be so peaceful. the days protest started as an approved rally at victoria park attended by thousands of people the gathering was led by democratic candidate standing in local elections later this month the protests gained traction after democracy icon joshua wong was disqualified from contesting the election a move he calls politically motivated but the demonstrations soon turned violent when police blocked protesters from marching into the streets and set up a cordon to.

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