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show it's good to have you with us. on the violence that many had said would eventually come to pass in a span of just one student protester has died supporter has been set on fire and another pro-democracy protests has been shot but here's the moments after the shooting a lot of warning some of these scenes could be distressing for some viewers. among. the long time. imo.
i. was little. i do think you'll enjoy it if you think of. that protest of being the 1st person shot by police since protests began 24 weeks ago the shooting occurred even as police battled protesters in the chinese city fighting rubber bullets and tear gas the territories chief executive kerry lamb addressed the media on monday here's what you have to say. if there are still any. wishful thinking that by escalating violence to hong kong as a government will you do to pressure. to satisfy the so-called political demands. i'm making this statement clear and loud here that will not happen. violence is not going to give us any solution to the problems that hong kong is
facing. our joint priority now as a city is to end the violence. and so return hong kong. so normal as soon as possible let's get the reaction from the pro-democracy camp in hong kong i'm joined now by pro-democracy activist george wang joshua welcome candy land there saying quite clearly that violence will not get protesters anything how do you react to that. remarks weak and off topic from carrie lamb she has proved her south incapable to concho the police force at all creating the chaos to date with the brutal foulness of riot police she has done nothing to i shared the markets and is a sack her as today police turn sensual pieces district of hong kong into a war so but the government would respond of that it is the police force responding
to what they have called extensive illegal acts committed on the part of the protesters are you saying protesters are not at all at fault protest her have to plan to organize a general strike but how the hong kong got and then what the riot police crackdown on protests is what we experience like wrong what it was should to a young university student also we have surf of how those riot police stormed into the campus with rubber bullets and event in the c.b.d. of hong kong those poor fashion this white colors all being guested by the police and i think that china's rian federalism in the past 22 years is what we experience and now is that high for the world to realize hong kong is a police state just for you calling it all targeted to have
a vendor lism but then that have been incidents of vandalism on the part of protesters as well at hong kong's university of science and technology for example . a coffee shop was vandalized a bank of china branch was on the was approved to mock of probe aging lawmaker was stabbed last week a protest olds have died last week today a protester has been shot clearly that is also something that the government is responding to do protest does have nothing to account for the toll. hong kong government and beijing should be a constable and responsible fund alyssum from the poster is their way and the effort to show that is called hand to direct capital but have we ever for a long into his truck show them age being incited and motivated by china's federalism in a pos 22 years before blaming the powerless people and i think that's the root cause and a fundamental political demand of protester is asking for an institution no matter
what to set up that independent inquiry by the committee to investigate police file is and best political team on getting supporting rate more than 80 per cent off hong kong was but what we observed during a possible road base there and 11 yes so primary and 74 yes so elderly both arrested joshua briefly what will it take to end this spiral of violence stop police brutality we're setting up the investigation committee and give us back to vote to elect a chip executive of hong kong the government of hong kong should not be beijing it should be elected by hong kong people relieve it there for the time being democracy or the reversal won't speaking to us from hong kong thank you very much.
drillings in fields by water cycle bull defects. at least 2 dozen people have been killed or toll that could have been higher if not for evacuations. it was a vicious storm and the after affects us still being felt cyclon bulbul made landfall at the weekend packing winds of 120 kilometers per hour and dumping incessant rain on the coastal regions of india and bangladesh more than 2000000 people were evacuated from their homes and ferry to emergency shelters where they spent the night in safety. but some refused and paid with their lives a bangladeshi disaster management official said the victims in his country died because they didn't heed evacuation orders. the storm has now passed but it's left
a visible trail of destruction. and we return from the shelter we found our cattle were squashed into the fall and how everything's ruined. thousands of homes have been destroyed. by the sea it's the same picture in parts of india. houses have been smashed sheds have been washed away trees have been ripped from the ground it all happened at night we can tend to our house it's all covered in mud. in india and in bangladesh thousands are now faced with the task of rebuilding their homes. the demilitarized zone between north and south korea separates 2 countries that still continue to be officially a wall a situation that's meant that people from both countries have steadily grown apart over the years but a recent exhibit of the c.e.o. of be a knowledge of architecture i don't know but as i'm tempted to bridge that divide
every day. visitors what it promised a look at every day life. most south koreans have never seen north korea with their own eyes at the soul be an alley they had the opportunity to virtually travel to its capital a city that's in reality off limits to them. and soul are separated by the demarcation line but the display depicts how people in seoul are travelling to pyongyang and people in pyongyang are going to seoul i meet an exhibition i hope everyone can relate to. the korean division has left its mark on both capitals the cities have steadily grown apart not just in ideology but also in appearance. or the time so young young is so it looks like a really like the soul but after ever seen so can the u.s. looks like the eastern europe like that impacted by the solution resume the be in
l.a. also hosted small scale discussions including talks with north korean exiles discussing ordinary day to day life and how politics has shaped differences in public behavior please i thought about some that just like south korean senior citizens elder north koreans play board games like battle can public spaces but in the north many public spaces are used mostly for official events in the south without interference from the government people fall entirely protest or they read books at the library. so 3 and have generally been more resigned on intercalary and affairs but since his election 2 years ago president mungy and has been seeking to reverse that trend and gain support for his engagement policy with the north korea institute for national unifications april $2900.00 survey found the need for a new national consensus on unification
a lack of clarity surrounds issues in particular how unified korea would look and what unification would cost $7.00 out of 10 survey respondents prioritize the south korean economy over unification with north korea. about 30000 north koreans have defected to the south since the end of the war in 1953 most in the last 2 decades younger than john the rived in seoul in 2015 she feels a lack of understanding at times because it's a bit on sometimes when i say i come from north korea they give me a lot of rice at a restaurant other times when i tell people i'm a north korean defector i get negative comments and asked why i came to south korea when i see people in the media speak badly of defectives i get very upset. but while most south koreans still support unification conservatives like the minor our republican party oppose president moon and his peaceful overtures toward pyongyang
miss him and he is in a head to speak out with that conjunction and to quote him people like to have you know you need people in a fight. but the problem using a he's a he's a schedule and he's away is in a communist we'd like to know west's and us to germany and used to germany unification back at the exhibition the 2 koreas joint history culture and identity is shared a common ground that has been weakening over the years after decades drifting apart a progressive south korean government is now seeking to bring back that familiarity and draw the 2 closer together that's our show for today you can find this episode online on our website and have a dot com for us last also speak to us on facebook and twitter. ongoing as with most a particularly violent day of protests today really not what some of those images from the city center next are of our.
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