tv The Battle of Misrata Al Jazeera October 26, 2017 4:00am-4:57am AST
dawn security gone guards fired tear gas at protesters demonstrating against president salva care nikki haley is calling for greater international efforts to support a resolution to the nearly four year conflict that's displaced millions of people. now an elaborate five day funeral has begun and bangkok for thailand's late king during your day a funeral ceremony was held at the grand palace where the king rama the ten lighting candles in front of his father's coffin and more than one hundred monks chanting prayers the much loved to tie king died just over a year ago after reigning for seven decades well let's get more on this now would thirty pol pot be one age professor of political science said. titania university is joining us live from bangkok very good to have you with us on al-jazeera so hundreds of thousands of people expected at the funeral just how revered was the king. his my decision has been
loved by the people of thailand and we can see that people are coming from across the country from north and south to auschwitz which are respected so much as the king put me point partly because of his contribution that we have seen in the pause throughout his life start new work for people in the rural parts of the country. and he was of course known for that officially we know that the king is above politics in thailand but people of delhi they did intervene in times of high tension was he is he going to be remembered do you think as a sort of a stabilizing influence in a country which during his very long reign saw multiple coups nineteen constitutions and even more prime ministers. yeah i would say that the rules of his majesty in type is not
a carpenter over engined but partly because of because of his role as a cop symbolic road that people are respect so that why you would actually stop the violence that we had in the past but the rules of the morning is not part of the thai politics but the respect that new guinea is from his social contribution his charity works and his kind of. the work just like what i mentioned that you brought through your origins or your projects like what he did especially in the north and northeast and part of the country in the north end of thailand we had a lot of poor protect that helped you can respect as a coyote. what i would say that is more like a practical road up the morning sun like a magical roads like in the past and came to me point has successfully did that by using his bridges ability to help the country to do a lot and that helped him to gain the respect and love from the people of the
country and if we just look away from the monarchy and ahead to what's happening in thai politics over the next year the military government has announced that there will be an election next year what does that mean do you think is a main the return to democracy just how much power will the military continue to have especially with a new constitution that won't give them significant political powers. yes i would say that we now we can see that their mission is going to be in thailand for at least ten years and that is not quite good for democracy i wouldn't say that the the skidoo election in november two thousand and eighteen is a promise to return to democracy because if we can see that now. the current student actually allowed to mira's egypt poyet leaves to points about two hundred fifty thousand it was actually hoped to maintain them to maintain power and if you
look at the the whole structure or appointment that have been done by the military it's not quite promising yet for talent to return to the liberal democracy it will be a form of you liberal democracy and partly because the thai people some of the type you require a large majority of. oil happy to have them ready in part or i must see this depart the want to see paul. thank you very much for your time and your thoughts on this joining us live from bangkok thank you. now u.s. president donald trump is can regulator's his chinese counterpart xi jinping for starting his second five year term as china's leader the pair also discuss north korea and trade shortly after she unveiled a new leadership lineup premier league chan was the only one to retain her spot in the country's top decision making body but as our china correspondent brown
explains from beijing there's no clear successor to she. thank. the guessing game over who will be china's new top decision makers is finally over . the line up includes five new faces all over sixty the men they've replaced to reach retirement age as expected president xi jinping and premier league a chunk retain their posts though but once again no woman was selected for the past week president she has been stamping his authority on the party a party he still warns is threatened by the virus of corruption. you know you have a young it's the world's largest political party the c.p.c. must behave in a way commensurate with the status. this is as close as foreign journalists get to chinese leaders the president said he welcomed objective reporting but not apparently from some of the world's biggest news organizations who were not invited
to witness the leadership stab you in theory one of these new leaders will replace paying as president in five years time but the presidency is not the most powerful political position in chinese politics party secretary is xi jinping holds that title and is expected to keep it for many years to come analysts say that she can manage that because he's surrounded himself with yes men. so this is a dangerous phenomenon because. china is a closed system so if the officials now being promoted to congress do not have a track record of efficient governance a track record of reform and everybody is just telling what he wants to hear than this becomes just one date echo chamber once more the president spoke of his dream to make china great again and for the party to align itself more with the people
people like wang play wa who until a few years ago was a farmer the now sells fruit and vegetables in a beijing market she earns around twelve hundred dollars a month much more than she did working the land and says she's already achieved one of her dreams. when i was a kid my dream was to be able to have a steam pan with every meal but today i can eat whatever i want. it has been a defining few days for chinese politics giving xi jinping the authority to push his vision of what china should look like by the middle of this century adrian brown al-jazeera beijing. the un security council is considering a draft resolution that would condemn the violence against over her community and myanmar's rock and. the proposal expresses grave concern to its security forces they accuse of destroying homes and raping a woman. meanwhile there's been
a new agreement between. hundreds of thousands of refugees who fled their homes more than six hundred thousand have crossed into just in the past two months. of international community for more help as conditions at makeshift camps the rate of a child even. just try and imagine you're trying to take care of the health care facilities for the population of the city of washington d.c. that is about the size of population refugees who crossed over to bangladesh in recent days from me on my plus those who are in recent years that would make up close to one million the size of the population we're living in squarely refugee camps all across there just isn't and i think hospital beds in this part of there's one government on hospital with about two hundred bats and now they're in ok about about sixty bad and a field hospital recently opened by red cross and red cross together which has
a sixty bad hospital there needs to be a lot of patients sent away patients would be actually admitted most of the clinics we see are mobile clinics now here we can see woman friendly space with gender based violence as well as maternity issues health related problem for woman lactating problem mothers how to take care of their children etc in the long run the government needs to find a solution to provide hospital care facilities for a lot of these people in going to refugees who are staying in various camps and major challenge for local and international aid agencies as well as for bangladesh government in coming days. a new report has accused israel of systematic abuse of young palestinians and occupied east jerusalem it says some two can ages a handcart arrested and questioned without the presence of a lawyer or their parents for allegedly throwing stones at soldiers israeli police say the reporter's inaccurate and misleading portrait energy and reports.
five decades of israeli occupation and many scenes remain the same young palestinians throw stones at israeli soldiers who respond with tear gas but now a report from human rights organization beats salaam and hama kid says israel is ignoring special laws to protect the rights of minors and teenagers when they are detained after a protest that this is an age in which people. are more vulnerable and can actually be scarred for life traumatized for life through such experiences and so you want to have special protections in place. the report's authors say the justice system in israel lacks any understanding of due process when handling palestinian teens specifically in occupied east jerusalem and the west bank we have a system in which on one side police officers prosecutors judges the
jails will all and always be israeli and in this case you have you know that a student teenagers who are always on the receiving end of this of this reality sixty teenagers suspected of stone throwing were interviewed for the report some were arrested in the middle of the night which is forbidden under israeli law seventy percent of the boys arrested did not know they had the right to remain silent a third of the boys did not speak to a lawyer they said they feared being harmed and were pressured to sign involuntary and sometimes false confessions in ninety five percent of the cases the boys were questioned without a parent or relative being present most were threatened and interrogated and could be held in harsh conditions in a cell for days or weeks human rights groups don't see israel changing its abuse of palestinian teens any time soon sad and difficult conclusion that we are unlikely
to see any meaning. for change in these policies in the absence of and even though he patient. israeli police say the report is inaccurate and misleading. cultural dirge on al-jazeera rock'n'roll pani a fats domino has died in the united states at the age of eighty nine and was one of those recording artists of the nineteen fifties he broke down barriers as one of the first black rock n roll stars to achieve mainstream fame and gallagher looks back at his life. elvis presley called fats domino the real king of rock n roll and for decades the new orleans native dominated the charts with his distinctive boogie woogie sound the man born and swan domino jr had more than twenty five gold singles and sold in excess of sixty five million records during
the fifty's he helped shape the sound of rock n roll with songs like ain't that a shame and blueberry hill he was among the first black musicians to not only heavily influence white artists but across racial lines with his music in one thousand nine hundred six fats domino was inducted into the rock n roll hall of fame he later he was given a grammy lifetime achievement award in later years fats domino rarely left his beloved new orleans during hurricane katrina rumors of his death were proved false and he emerged as a campaigning voice for the city's recovery tributes from other musicians are now pouring in funds domino will be remembered for his boyish smile mellow voice and distinctive sound a true pioneer of rock n roll may be gone but his music and influence remain. and gallacher al-jazeera. i was there as demanding the release of a journalist mark one of her saying who's now been an egyptian prison for more than three hundred days he's accused of broadcasting false news to spread chaos claims
he and al-jazeera strongly deny hussein has repeatedly complained of mistreatment in jail he was arrested in december while visiting his family turkey's president rajapaksa there the one says he was ready to support iraq's plans to reopen a crude oil pipeline that runs from the kid of course oil fields to turkey the pipeline which hasn't been used since two thousand and fourteen would bypass iraq's kurdish region let alone made the comments after prime minister iraqi prime minister whether in a body in. the fight against terrorism and india's role in neighboring afghanistan has dominated talks between the u.s. secretary of state and this indian counterpart rex tillerson visit to new delhi as part of the trumpet ministrations new strategy for south asia earlier this week to listen met pakistani leaders and convey to them u.s. expectations that it stops offering safe havens to armed groups.
but when you come inside you realize that there's much more than the latest technology on the show is a collection of our installations some of them full immersion sensory experiences that are designed to help us we evaluate our relationship with technology but almost some very big profound questions like what happens to all of that data that we share in abundance online this piece for example shows the scale of the scope that some global companies have when it comes to control of our personal details they also asked who is in control of technology are we masters of it or does it indeed. i don't know if you've ever been a slave to the fitbit around monitoring step counts and things like that but if you are perhaps you'd like to take a break this exhibit is called the unfit bit if you'd like something else to do the step counting for you stick it on a metronome and away you go. the organizers say that this isn't designed to put you
off using technology but it is designed as a gentle reminder of exactly how vulnerable we are every time we turn on our devices and this is a prime example of that four point six million password stolen in the two thousand and twelve at the linked in website and i've spent some time looking for mine frankly it's not. this piece here. just coming down in some of the surveillance technology on shows already being used by police to fight crime but there's a fine line between security and intrusion by the c.f.a. our intention is certainly not to scare anybody but we do want to create a little bit of dis ease if you will because we find that's what makes these experiences very engaging in very real and we find that something in here hits home for everybody the classroom exhibition comes at a very important time when governments around the world are investing billions to try and avoid either by shady organizations or between states themselves and of
course if this gets a little bit too much there is the option of this a day to detox kit packed full of information on how to remain safe online. right it's time for sports now has a painter. thank you very much a football boss has been jailed for eight months the first of the same terms in the u.s. in the fee for will the corruption scandal sixty three year old former judge it tore through he'll lead guatemala's football federation and in another fee for probe the head of qatar t.v. network b. in sports has emerged from a day of questioning on world cup broadcasting deal saying he has nothing to hide. fronted up to prosecutors in switzerland on accusations he bribed former secretary general jerome valcke or neither has been charged and both deny any wrongdoing is also president of french club paris st germain whom the real deal with ruth i was
asked to come to switzerland to give my explanation i have nothing to hide i'm available for the supposed prosecutor if he wants to meet again i came and i leave thank you. i can confirm that mr afterlife he was cooperative if that is he was going to the questions now it needs to be analyzed and it needs to be seen if that's sufficient for the ongoing criminal proceedings. italian police say they've identified sixteen people one as young as thirteen suspected of posting anti semitic pictures of anne frank in a roma jersey during a football match the incident at lazzaro's game against kalyani has forced italian football to examine how it deals with anti semitic behavior by supporters this week's matches will begin with a reading from the diary of anne frank the jewish teenager murdered in an arctic concentration camp during the holocaust in world war two interval and signed copies
of the diary ahead of the game with some dog on tuesday lot c.e.o. who's a fan sparked the outrage say they'll start taking young fans to visit the auschwitz nazi camp in poland every year. and latino players have worn t. shirts featuring the face of anne frank denouncing anti-semitism as they warmed up for they say they are match against belong on wednesday may first off goals from surrogate milinkevich savage. ensured a two one victory could have been bigger burchill immobile or missed a penalty nevertheless fourth in the italian league and in a champions league position. elsewhere in italy on the night local rivals roma had a narrow home victory league leaders napoli one three two away to genoa you ventas food after a commanding win at home. now remember these scenes a little fancied leicester city being crowned english premier league champions well barely eighteen months on and they've just appointed a third different manager former southampton head coach claude poor is the men
charged with lifting them clear of the relegation zone the fifty six year old replacing sect boss craig shakespeare who took over from the winning manager claudio ranieri. the battles are finished the women's tennis season as world number one just got even more interesting there's been a shock defeat for top ranked simona halep at the w.t. a season in the in singapore she was beaten in straight sets by caroline wozniacki who had vans to the semifinals from the group at leeds helped with one win one loss and one more match to play to see if she can reach the final four. going into the tournament six of the other seven players had a chance of claiming the wool the number one spot and in the days of the match in singapore front of the line last year defeated illness with a lean of ukrainian three tough settling that took the first seven six but garcia four back to take the second six three and claim victory with a seven five third seat when the victory keeps garcia alive in the tournament with
all four players in a group in contention for the seventy five. trees from sugar divan and dinesh karthik have helped india level the three match one day cricket series against new zealand the visitors struggled to two hundred thirty including a with no batsman reaching fifty india cantering to a six we could win with four overs to spain the top scoring with sixty eight the decider is in camp order on sunday. gabriel medina has ensured he's still in the loop for the world surf league title at the december decider in hawaii the brazilian has beaten fellow title rival julian wilson in portugal to move into second spot is behind the reigning champion hawaii's chong join florence medina last won the championship three years ago. for a variation on hanging saying how about this a shot of some top golfers henrik stenson dustin johnson and lee how tong acting up a super hero is to promote the world championship tournament in shanghai and back
the story that's had the greatest impact on me would probably be the magic on a message that if my nose died and we where there were no very few television. on that's the time to dismiss some of the science the story out of the story and films is what i like to tell that i want the viewer in malaysia like al-jazeera english because the news is not and if any of the news or any of it is like. in the most heavily drugged country in the world if there's any country that would be experiencing p.t.s.d. it would be a nation that's been out war for four generations al-jazeera explores the reason
those drones are there the syste the innocent civilians they exist in off of drawing even they're not firing it's them frightening because any moment they can bomb living beneath the drunk. this time al-jazeera. in a few hours in kenya's highly contentious election the president. is calling for a boycott.
on life for my headquarters and. also ahead brazil's opposition to get the majority needed in congress to put president on trial on corruption charges. feeling vindicated the u.s. president's. time hillary clinton. allegations linking him to russia and saying goodbye to a very caring bank. for king. and his presidential election rerun a world take place on thursday a last ditch attempt to delay it was on successful when five judges failed to turn up at the supreme court to hear a petition kenya's opposition leader urging people to boycott the vote while president hu kenyatta says it must go ahead peacefully mohamad though reports from
nairobi. they gathered here on four hours waited for them and they want us president and the big announcement he promised to make opposition leader i loading goes by quoting that iran presidential poll he says nothing has changed nor. you. already here is what you. do to preserve. or dingoes national supplies coalition also will now be transformed into what he called a resistance movement he supporters say that will heed his call we want to stand by me being a yes being fried to what i saw you can not any chance. i passed this time you have to sacrifice whatever it is our life yes actually five maybe not. chief justice david but i got announced earlier that the petition to delay the vote could
not be hot because of judges only two of the cult seven judges had showed up in the supreme court had a mild the original election held on august eighth saying they had been must have at it glad it is president who can yet always seeking a second tom has said that i'm bottle must go ahead tomorrow we have yet. another but unity. to show the world. that we. are all free. modern state. with just hours to go before kenyans head back to the polls a general mood of wetness of the country the capitol might all be emptied out it did last august when many people left the city to hold back on voting the total idiots many on the one thing that some are hitting opposition calls for a boycott they independent election on bundlers commission says it's ready to hold
the elections papers books and other material have been delivered to polling stations across the country but the chairman of the commission is complaining of threats to stuff unsafe given t. their security while out to walk with me the decision to serve your country home in the hollow it was supposed to do midwife in a democracy becomes as it is going to war then without a list for the last two months kenya has had a tense post-election period marked by protests police shootings and legal bottles it's unlikely thousand days paul would bring old law and mohamed atta well does it and i will be candid. and kenyan police have used tear gas to disperse protesters and opposition strongholds catherine soy has more from western kenya. i've been out on the streets.
president michel tema the seventy seven year old has been released from hospital meanwhile after being treated for urine area obstruction he's accused of taking bribes which he denies the white house has voted in his favor and decided he won't face trial of the supreme court on charges of criminal conspiracy and obstruction of justice has more from when a site is. president michel tamar has done it again he survived a vote in the lower house of congress which wanted to suspend them for up to one hundred eighty days so the supremes court could try him on corruption charges he did the same back in august by a similar vote although he's one of the most unpopular presidents that brazil has ever seen with popular popularity ratings of around four percent he one managed to win enough support in that congress so that the opposition could not get the two thirds two thirds of votes necessary one congressperson at
a time came to the microphone they were given fifteen seconds to speak before the white vote was cut off to say yes or no as to whether they supported it michele tomorrow or not he is accused of taking bribes by j.b.s. massive meat packing for some of that conversation was recorded he all along has denied the charges he is part of a much larger criminal investigation known as lover's yard or the car wash scandal which is implicated hundreds of politicians and business people across brazil some of them serving time in prison some of them waiting to be tried some of them plea bargaining saying they're going to name names but michelle turner has a skate he will serve out the last fourteen months of his time in office he says to push through vital measures to boost brazil's ailing economy to get it back on track but he has survived but he is a much that we can the president the u.s. ambassador to the united nations has been evacuated from the u.n. can't for displaced people in south sudan after security guards fired tear gas at
protesters demonstrating against president salva kiir nikki haley had earlier met the president to discuss ways to end a four year civil war that displaced millions of people have a morgan report from juba. the united states backed south sudan when it became independent after a friend of mine twenty eleven but for more than three years now south sudan has been locked in a civil war the us ambassador to the un nikki haley hopes to convince president salva kiir to make peace i didn't come here to talk i came here to basically say the time for action is now we're not waiting anymore we need to see a change and we need to see it right away and there is nothing that they can say at this point we have lost trust in the government and we now need to regain that trust and the only way to regain that trust is through the actions of taking care of all of the people present here is the president of everyone not just one tribe
not just one group fighting broke out in south sudan in twenty thirteen when president kiir accused his former vice president riek machar of a coup a peace agreement supported by the us was signed in twenty fifteen but there was more violence less than a year later forcing my charge to flee the country in september of this year the u.s. sanction to government officials and the former military chief of staff put the reeling the peace process but south sudan's government now says it's ready to work for a deal. the president also assured her actual into the ambassador that the government would also be observing cessation of hostilities in order basically to create a conducive atmosphere for the dialogue and also to show the government's commitment that. all political disputes and conflicts in the republic of south sudan as far as the government is concerned can only be resolved through dialogue but humanitarian situation has only gotten worse as the word dragged on more than half of the population here rely on aid to survive and the united states is the largest donor
providing more than seven hundred million dollars per year then better to seem concerned at how bad it gets to those in need and how aid workers are protected it's who have been killed in the conflict so far. a quarter of the twelve million population has been displaced there have been reports of atrocities committed by all working parties from sexual abuses to killings based on ethnicity many children have no access to proper education analysts say those committed to peace must work harder parties to the peace agreement. that the peace agreement need. to. trust in their state and that people don't have to flee across the borders a few hours in south sudan may not solve the country's problems or end the war but u.n. ambassador healy hopes it's at least the start morgan al-jazeera. now in
a joint with the us cover has imposed sanctions targeting alleged leaders and facilitators of iraq syria and yemen and al qaida and the arabian peninsula eleven yemeni nationals a charitable organization and a supermarket make up the list of thirteen the sanctions against them include asset freezes and travel bans the two countries say the move strengthens their joint commitment to combat terrorism and terrorism financing jordan has more from washington d.c. . a number of yemeni citizens and yemeni organizations are now in the sights of the us government and of several governments in the gulf that's because they've been accused of providing financial support. in the arabian peninsula based. as well as i saw in yemen these two groups have been accused of carrying out deadly attacks on yemeni citizens and institutions for several years now and as the u.s.
treasury secretary said on wednesday these two groups pose a national security threat to the united states and to with what is significant about this new round of sanctions it's that it's been done. through something called the terrorist financing targeting center this is an organization that was set up by the u.s. and by the gulf countries back in late may of course it goes without saying that just a couple of weeks after this organization was set up the blockade against the government of qatar was launched into question whether that country itself was doing enough to fight terrorist financing even though the government in doha has argued strenuously that it is doing its part and even signed a new member random of understanding with washington to prove its commitment there's still been questions from other gulf countries namely saudi arabia about whether doha is doing enough to crack down on terrorist groups now with the joint
announcement coming from washington doha riyadh and other regional capitals there might be no question that this work is actually taking effect the real question is whether the people listed on this new list of sanctions on wednesday well actually see their assets being frozen and find it impossible to travel anywhere around the world as the u.s. and other governments is found in other sanctions regimes the way that these will be successful will be if in fact money is cut off not just from the people accused of doing this financing but of course whether al qaeda in the arabian peninsula and i saw in yemen actually are starved out and lose their capability of launching new and deadly attacks is the enforcement not just the announcement that matters in these situations. forms including the entered auction on the minimum wage details yet to be availed on how much the minimum wage will be and when it
will come into effect and that his reforms will also ensure that employers will no longer be able to stop and from leaving kafa has been on the international scrutiny on the migrant workers from the lead up to the twenty twenty two cup there are an estimated one point five million expatriate work of an kutha. still ahead on the president hang on china. as the potential successor and. then from london that may have him wanting to go. talks. from dusky sunsets over the sprawling savannah. to sunrise atop an asian metropolis hallo it looks like the northeast monsoon is tuck to ditch china which means we're into the low humidity and eventually cold weather with the
time being it's quite warm these average temperatures are actually not far away from where they should be twenty to shanghai down to twenty eight in hong kong is enough moisture around as you come up to higher ground further west and you know in sichuan for a while to showers it still twenty three inches on the it is dry weather pervaiz down through vietnam and laos as well want to showers and myanmar even on the western side of being miles not a huge amount of rain in the past in the last week or so so we're coming into the proper dry spell now for the south and we have still got a tropical cyclone spinning to the east of the philippines which might end up in japan it's taken a lot of the energy out of the atmosphere not as much as the last one as much as landed so there's a good spread of showers through malaysia and through a good part of into these here getting into the wet season so these are daily showers nothing to point out is a particularly heavy downpour but if you're anywhere in malaysia or indonesia just expected every day now we have seen recently
a more or less disappearance of the monsoon trough over india there it is just about in the bay of bengal but there are still a few showers around in southern india. there with it sponsored by cats on race. six years after the death of gadhafi. travels to libya. to hear from some of those who. contributed to his downfall. the battle of misrata at this time on al jazeera.
have you with us on al-jazeera these are our top stories. to boycott the presidential vote on thursday but president hu to kenya has called on kenyans to participate in the very bottom. brazil's president michel tend to want to face trial on corruption charges off to congress voted in his favor he's accused of taking bribes which he's always denied and the u.s. ambassador to the united nations has been evacuated from the u.n. kept for displaced people and salsa gone off to security guards fired tear gas at protesters demonstrating against president salva kiir nikki haley is calling for greater international efforts to support a resolution to the nearly four year conflict that's displaced millions of people. now female politicians and the european union say their own parliament has failed
to protect staff from sexual harassment the accusation came during a debate on an emergency motion to improve laws on workplace abuse and gender equality sexual harassment has been in the spotlight since allegations made earlier this month against top us film producer harvey weinstein several female and european politicians have come forward with their own stories of harassment in the workplace mitsu i have been sexually harassed just like millions of other people in the european just like millions of other women in the european union and i think it's about time that we very clearly say we should not be ashamed but that the perpetrators should be ashamed because sexual harassment is such a widespread problem all over the european union and we will need legislative steps in order to combat this problem let's get more on this now we're joined by donna coker law professor at the university of miami that's where she's joining us from very good to have you with us on al-jazeera muskoka what did you make off the
debate at the european parliament i mean how significant is that that we're hearing these stories and this debate there. i think it's terribly significant the parliament obviously has tremendous reach and to hear these stories from very powerful members of the parliament both regarding their own experiences but also the experiences of their staff i think is tremendously important as the as well as the changes that are contemplated and as you mentioned these are powerful people and you get none of them have felt they can come forward with allegations of rape or sexual abuse we are hearing these stories now but the committee that actually investigates allegations of harassment says that of the ten cases that have been brought before it since two thousand and fourteen not women have been of a sexual nature so just how much of
a problem is that and how can the e.u. parliament overcome it. but i think it's i think it's a very much of a problem and i don't think it's an uncommon problem it is the case. very often when women are sexually harassed their primary objective is to succeed in the work that they have set out to do to not allow the harassment to stop their career and so it's very understandable that when you don't have cultural change in place when when you feel that you are isolated when you don't have the kinds of reporting structures that work and you don't have the kinds of investigation and chain of command changes in place that women even powerful women. or relatively powerful women are unlikely
to come forward and i think if anything what is hot i'm sorry go ahead miss coco just i just want to ask you we don't have a lot of time live but just last week you know. these women are the latest to come forward with stories of sex sexual harassment following the weinstein revelation this is just how far do you think that they need to social media movement has gone to raise awareness of rape culture and mainstream media and make that culture and sexual harassment acceptable. i think it's going quite quite far i think that the sharing stories has provided a tremendous moment for a cultural kind of change and i think that what you see and what's needed is both a kind of cultural change and then you need structural changes so in the united states of course many of our workplaces are at will employment. and when you have those kinds of workplace rules in place then it makes all workers very vulnerable
but particularly women who are suffering sexual harassment so i think you have to see the both the cultural change in those structural changes working here and in hand muskoka thank you very much for your time and your thoughts on the stone of cocoa joining us live from miami thank you now u.s. president donald trump has criticized his former rival hillary clinton and her campaign team off the two reports link them to moscow the latest claims that clinton's team financed adopt allegations linking trump to russia somebody helped at the polls. for months u.s. president donald trump has endured persistent questioning from the media and condemnation from his democratic critics and even those from his own party repeatedly he's portrayed congressional and f.b.i. investigations into possible collusion between his presidential campaign and russia as fake news but now feeling potentially vindicated trump on wednesday went on the
offensive seemingly energized by reports the campaign of his twenty sixteen presidential opponent hillary clinton was one of those who paid a former british spy to assemble a dossier containing sleazy allegations against the president that also linked his campaign to russia the whole russian thing is what it's turned out to be this was the democrats coming up with an excuse for losing an election they didn't know what to say so they made up the whole russia hoax there's also the decision by republicans in the house of representatives to formally investigate the twenty ten sale of a u.s. uranium mining company to russia prior to the deal the f.b.i. had reportedly compiled evidence of bribery and kickbacks just by control of large swaths of u.s. you're rainy and being handed to moscow the deal was approved by the us state
department well clinton wasn't secretary of state well i think the radium sale to russia and the way it was done so underhanded was from endless amounts of money being fast i actually think that's watergate modern clinton has discounted the reports calling it nothing more than mudslinging from her conservative critics aimed at diverting attention from alleged russian ties to trump associates the same baloney they've been peddling for years and there's been no no credible evidence by anyone in fact it's been debunked repeatedly and will continue to be debunked a special counsel is investigating potential traumatized. russia but this week it was also reported the brother of the chairman of hillary clinton's presidential campaign john podesta is also in the spotlight yet another indication both the republican and democratic twenty sixteen presidential campaigns may now be in the f.b.i. sights can really help get out zero washington an elaborate five day funeral has
begun in bangkok thailand. are doing here day a funeral ceremony was held at the grand palace these are live pictures from bangkok what can rama lighting candles in front of his father's coffin and more than one hundred monks chanting prayers and am a much loved talking died just over a year ago after reigning seven decades. the us president on trampas congratulated his tiny's counterpart change in pain for starting his second five year term as china's later the pair also discuss north korea and trade short veiled a new leadership lineup adrian brown reports. the guessing game over who will be china's new top decision makers is finally over . the line up includes five new faces all over sixty the men they've replaced a retreat time of day as expected president xi jinping and premier league retain
their post but once again no woman was selected for the past week president she has been stamping his authority on the party a party he still warns is threatened by the virus of corruption. you know you have a young. political party the c.p.c. must behave in a way commensurate with the status. this is as close as foreign journalists get to chinese leaders the president said he welcomed objective reporting but not apparently from some of the world's biggest news organizations who were not invited to witness the leadership stab you in theory one of these new leaders will replace huge in paying as president in five years time but the presidency is not the most powerful political position in chinese politics party secretary is xi jinping holds that title and is expected to keep it for many years to come analysts say that she
can manage that because he's surrounded himself with yes men. so this is a dangerous phenomenon because. china is a closed system so if the official now being promoted to congress do not have a track record of efficient governance a track record of reform and everybody is just telling what he wants to hear than this becomes just one big echo chamber once more the president spoke of his dream to make china great again and for the party to align itself more with the people people like wang play why who until a few years ago was a farmer but now sells fruit and vegetables in a beijing market she earns around twelve hundred dollars a month much more than she did working the land and says she's already achieved one of her dreams. when i was a kid my dream was to be able to have
a steam pan with every meal but today i can eat whatever i want. it has been a defining few days for chinese politics giving xi jinping the authority to push his vision of what china should look like by the middle of this century adrian brown al-jazeera beijing. now a new exhibition is i've been in london exploring life in the enter net age the main sponsor of the web browser my cellar to inject a healthy dose of paranoia and to i use a digital technology that has more from the outside you'd be forgiven for thinking that this was an apple store but when you come inside you realize that there's much more than the latest technology on the show is a collection of art installations some of them full immersion sensory experiences that are designed to help as we evaluate our relationship with technology but almost some very big profound questions like what happens to all of that data that we share in abundance online this piece for example shows the scale of the scope
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of the problem and i harbor the headlines on al-jazeera kenya's opposition leader is urging people to boycott the presidential vote on thursday but president kenyatta is calling on kenyans to participate in the rerun. brazil's president michel tema want to face trial on corruption charges after congress voted and has favor the seventy seven year old meanwhile has been released from hospital after being treated for you an area obstruction he's accused of taking bribes which he denies. the u.s. ambassador to the united nations has been evacuated from a u.n. camp for displaced people in south sudan after security guards fired tear gas at protesters demonstrating against president salva kiir nikki haley is calling for greater international efforts to support a resolution to the nearly four year conflict that's displaced millions of people female politicians in the european union say their own parliament has failed to protect staff from sexual harassment the accusation came during a debate on an emergency motion to. improve laws on workplace abuse and gender
equality sexual harassment has been in the spotlight since allegations made earlier this month against top us film producer harvey weinstein several female european politicians have come forward with their own stories of harassment in the workplace . catalonians parliament will meet on thursday to discuss its response to madrid's plans to take control of the region politicians will discuss what to do of the central government imposes a direct will on friday catalan leader carlos purge the mob has turned down an invitation to speak to senators in madrid. how that will implement a range of labor law reforms including the introduction of the minimum wage details are yet to be revealed on how much the wage will be and when it will come into effect the latest reforms will also ensure that employers want. any longer be able to stop employees from leaving covered there has been under international scrutiny over migrant worker rights in the lead up to the twenty twenty two football world
cup those are the headlines on al-jazeera and five story is next. israel's accused of the systematic abuse of palestinian boys and occupied east jerusalem some are detained in the middle of the night accused of stone throwing the occupation by israel is considered illegal under international law but is it breaking other laws and is there a hidden motivation this is inside story. hello
and welcome to the program i'm patty handcuffed arrested and questioned without the presence of their lawyer or their parents a new report says that's common for palestinian teens picked up by israeli police the human rights group. accuse israel of systematically abusing young detainees in occupied east jerusalem israeli police say the report is inaccurate and misleading so what does it actually say the report includes statements from sixty boys suspected of stone throwing it found seventy percent of them did not understand they had a right to remain silent three out of ten of the boys did not speak to lawyers before questioning in almost all the cases they were india interrogation room on their own without parents or any other relative and eighty percent of the confessions the teenager signed were in huber
a language they don't understand the guy is the executive director of bet salaam one of the groups that sponsored the report he says palestinian teens. are particularly in need of legal protection the special laws that protects the rights of minors a few majors out there especially because of the understanding that this is an age in which people. are more vulnerable can actually be scarred for life and traumatized for life through such experiences and so you want to have special protections in place we have a system in which and one side is. police officers the prosecutors the judges the jails will all in always ves rarely and in this case you have you know that a student teenagers who are always on the receiving end of this of this reality is of course even though the laws have the uniform and protections that need to be upheld we end up in a reality that is consistently demonstrates that if
a state in teenagers do not receive the protections that they deserve so let's now get the thoughts of our guest joining us today in ramallah we have ayad abu attash he is the accountability program director at the defense for children international in tel aviv we have yossi beilin former israeli minister of justice and also in ramallah we have in the stuff a bug the secretary general of the palestinian national initiative welcome to you all gentlemen i want to first talk about this report this statistics are absolutely startling but in some ways not surprising i had first to you what is your reaction when you see these numbers that are overwhelmingly show the abuse of children. i think that the organization who produced the report before. reportedly came to the same conclusion and almost these numbers. for example unicef in
two thousand and thirteen report called children in military custody and they came to the conclusion that illiterate men widespread systematic and institutionalize in the israeli ticket system now israel districts it's legal and practices against but it's teenage children with her in the west bank or in is to sell them so despite the fact that pristine and children. are thickly enjoyed to write in shrines in the israeli civil law but in practice all the other rights throughout the system are violated since the early beginning of the rest of the appeared before the israeli courts so i believe that the numbers because we are dealing child. on their says are. realistic and almost all
children who are. interrogated by the israeli author it is exposed to a different types of the treatment and torture and the main purpose of this a practice is to the extract a confession from the charge was which constitute the primary evidence before the court but yes i wanted to bring that you into this conversation if you mentioned there was a report we all read it yourself for five years ago it seems as if nothing has changed so this is a n.g.o.s really and you know could this possibly get into the consciousness of the israeli people because of who the authors golf course we should first of all and i'm very sorry that there is no israeli official a spokesman who is referring to these. important report i think that one should have done it and they are of course not representing the coalition of today. so this is this is one point another point to put it in the context is that as you
said it is it is an israeli organisation which is monitoring for us have been monitoring for years. rights and views of rights of palestinians. in the territories and this report is one of many other reports that they are issuing all those years now as to the future. usually what is happening is that on the one hand at least part of the. newspapers. are using this information and publishing eat for the knowledge of the general public and the insult is immortal and i mean in iraq it is important nothing is changed we've known this for years. what we change is the end of occupation if you ask me whether i believe that under this government things like that will change in a very significant way i don't believe so but i do believe that here and there are
things can be changed i don't think that everybody wants. the views of the riots of the juveniles in east jerusalem i don't think that there is a policy a plan to make the life more difficult and to benj them for me for jerusalem i do believe that what is that cell i'm doing is a sacred job of exposing the situation that actually youngsters in east jerusalem are being treated like adults rather than youngsters in israel when they brought to the. detention to prison or or whatever and my hope is the da position in israel will take this material and will use it as a very important information visit the police the police
ministry and the proper questions and demand the proper answers and this may have an impact for the future this would not make the revolution you just said that you don't think anything is going to change into the current administration so let's stuff a let me put this to you he he just said he doesn't believe that this is a plan that this is an overall goal of making life so miserable for the palestinians in this part of jerusalem that they just say we're leaving because any pair or tell you when it comes to protecting their children that is the number one motivation for their existence do you believe that this is just the way things are broader strategy to make life miserable for the palestinians there so that they leave. you know i would disagree actually with the conclusion of mr belin i think this is systematic and it is in it is in bedded in the israeli system and as
a matter of fact this severe and systematic violation of human rights of children to the level of torturing them physically and mentally and psychologically to the level of depriving them of basic rights like that i had to be silent or that i put the tube to consult with their families or with their lawyers the fact that they put the miners with others including criminals the fact that then to get them at night the fact that they're physically and mentally abused them this is part of a systematic treatment that is used against palestinian children and against palestinians and unit but that is not only systematic it's also part of a larger systematic approach which is a system of apartheid no israeli child would be israeli jewish child would be treated in this manner. it is systematic against palestinian children whether they hold israeli sure there's a limb id card or whether they are from the rest of the can fight it is that he's
so and the third matter which is very important is that everything that was put in this report which was issued by two israeli israeli urge organizations you should multiply it several times and then you will find these that isn't compatible with the way palestinian children are treated in the west bank or if they are arrested from gaza we are talking about systematic and not sure it's even treatment of the children in the west bank for the level of killing them sometimes that's right as of august twenty seven thousand three hundred thirty one to palestinian children in prison i have to go back to this this report is shocking but it's not shocking but think about it let's boil down what we're actually talking about we're talking about children being dragged out of their home without their parents beaten not given a lawyer has forced him to sign a confession in a language they don't speak that is shocking why is the world silent let's go
through first yossi why is this happening and why are more people angry about it first of all those one and angry about it is more than anybody is ourselves if that was true if you were the most outraged among you it would stop it doesn't stop until the israeli public is outraged till they demand change from their government because the palestinians can't vote what they consulting is druze and then they don't vote because they don't want to vote it is jews and them but generally speaking what i'm saying is that i don't want to compare it to interrogation scene in palestine. in jordan would i want to compare it only to the if you do well it's the juveniles in israel a. non-police the palestinians and the heel there is the problem a although according to the report the behavior of the of the police is on the face of it at
least according to the law i mean no obvious breaching of the of the law but practically there are. two does not the same attitude especially in the context of not in every link them to have their parents during the investigation or all the lawyers here is the main problem according to the. report and i really believe that this is something that can be changed through the parliamentary system because in the parliament there are people who who believe that it is important i really don't see although i cannot prove it and the stuff i cannot refute it i don't believe that we are speaking about the system it's bad enough if this is the attitude it's bad enough to even be without it being an apartheid system good for beat it's been the palestinian kids. referred to and
treated this way and that should be changed where you say it's not it has to be changed through the system but the system is going in the opposite direction just in twenty fifteen they changed the sentence in the maximum sentence now for throwing a stone without intent to cause harm is ten years let's put this in perspective throw a stone a rock you can get ten years in prison and in twenty fifteen they changed to have the maximum sentence of if you have intent to cause injury which is very hard to prove but if you have intent to cause injury let's say you can prove it because there's a course confession twenty years in prison twenty years the minimum there is one fifth of the time so this is not a little thing these are children. who after their go through this torment they are going to face very real prison time so i add let me ask you is this the system that
it seems as if the system is getting to the point where it's actually going to be harder and harder for these palestinian children. this is the case and all the amendments to the israeli legal system gets palestinians who are living in the east jerusalem so it's discriminatory against palestinian children because the israeli legal system originally was designed to deal with israeli children but the way by which the i through the treating but just in and children from is jerusalem make the exceptions in the israeli law is the rule so the according to the israeli youth law children have the right to be accompanied by a parent that you are going to question the right to be silenced to consult with a lawyer and all of this protection and safeguards but when it comes to palestinian children. disputed by israel or of all these rights
deprived from the system the saudi member of us of the legal system is to suppress and control people who are living under the patients saw. the man be a boss of the legal system is not to administer justice without in the with or. is jerusalem so it's a system for suppressed control and oppression i think it's important to take a step back and let's look at this region the best salaam and hammock had report focuses on prisons in east jerusalem it's a region with a complicated history it was under jordan's jurisdiction in tel israel annexed the area after the one nine hundred sixty seven war israel's occupation of east jerusalem is considered illegal under international law and even though the region's borders the west bank travel between the two areas it's very restricted east jerusalem is highly coveted by both jews and muslims as it's home to important
religious sites including the al aqsa mosque compound known as the temple mount to the jews about three hundred thousand palestinians live in east jerusalem as permanent residents. they're eligible for health and municipal services but are not considered citizens they can't vote for the knesset or bear an israeli passport i'm going to go to mr awful. these children what happens to them how does what does this do on the ground where they live let's say they don't get convicted they don't go to prison or they do when they get out. what how do they feel towards israel how are they impacted by this because this isn't just a report it's not a statistics i'm sure you know some of these children how does it impact that well obviously these children get traumatized get scarred as was told and this they do they will end up with
a lifelong trauma so quality control now this could affect their ability to be healthy this will affect their ability to get proper education this will affect their decision whether they would stay. in or people of my generation who were tortured by those early army and who decided just to leave the country they were so frightened and sort of free and so shocked although i must also say that this is the medical treatment of palestinian did not believe i will in general. although we've been under military occupation since fifty years and let me just reiterate here the fact that i do agree that these practices are not only of a relation of israeli law itself when it comes to palestinians but they are also systematic and i think that affidavit sure that very clearly and the several reports show that it's systematic it's not ok jand of that's not because a policeman is bad it's not because a judge is not doing their job properly it's
a systematic racist treatment against palestinian children and their newest but distance in general and what is apartheid apartheid is two systems of laws practiced towards two people living in the same area and that's exactly what we are suffering from not only palestinians and is jerusalem but also palestinians and the rest of the occupied that it is and i would even see to a large extent in many areas but just in as we live in israel itself and carry israeli citizenship so practically here we see a system of apartheid we see systematic violation of human rights systematic revolution of children's rights why this is continuing for a simple factor. the international community is not punishing for its violations because israel is allowed to be above the law and above international law and above any human rights to be lucian and that should stop that's why there has to be measures like boycott divestment sanctions against the system of apartheid that is
not third hurting the future of palestinians or yes i want to call for the future of israel now i want you to diversity i want to get fact that's the reality thank you for stuff i want you to be able to respond to the apartheid yes or no false note i know quite well what apartheid here is because i was the person in many years ago who actually influenced the government to sanction south africa it was in eighty seven and part of this is i mean what is the situation here and i'm telling it to most of his bed enough without being apartheid apartheid you are not allowed to marry each other to be with each other to live you know i'm going to tell you right there because that you can continue. to marry them in israel and if i may say so you don't get it is that is how it how can you marry freely who you want to use the same roads inside cannot marry here.
it is all done with stuff a lot of tradition. palestinians are not amount to live together you know that is the judaism is not allowed to marry up on the student who are muslim because they cannot live together if she cannot have a permit to be with him in judaism because i do want to get to know them but i don't have those of his privileges because i have a hold on i want as i was the thought police officer i want to see the fuss. was the thought i don't put me in a situation where i have to take an attorney oh ok you know me enough i hate this situation it is not about that i have and i mean is there any deal in iraq jewel can marry it is good it was an event to be slow problem this is not a thought i don't know that the enough ok gentlemen i'm moving on we've talked a lot about israeli law and how they're used to live just a jew. we're running out of time i'm going to we're going to move on and so here here's what i want to talk about the convention on the rights of the child israel is that sir israel is
a signatory decided to live nine hundred ninety they ratified in the knesset august one thousand nine hundred one this is what israel agreed to and this is article thirty seven of this convention which the entire world has signed onto except somalia and the united states but israel you agree to this you agreed that when it comes to children you will not torture that you will not be detained unless it's a measure of last resort you shall not be separated from adults and that is the thing i want you to not forget about this we're talking about children who don't have their parents and their parents can't be there for their children and you promised that they would have lawyers none of this is happening so what's the recourse israel is clearly according to all of you that i am not any thought about devils on i mean we're speaking about a result which was obvious by israelis to show the world the problem here you people like my sense i suppose envious we pulled you out recently and told me this if i'm the one who is don't showing i can tell you do you both does not refill.
full. in a significant way the problems make and also are you there no no i'm torn many of them ok we're we're running out of time and i have a minute not very analogy it is very mild you know the main issue is that the lawyers well. they don't need all their parents because they are treated not that many of them but adults and then it should be changed the whole story i add is this a marginal problem or is this the life of a palestinian child and history of islam. this is the daily life a palestinian children because israel do not respect any of the articles mentioned in the c.r.c. despite the fact that israel as a state party to the convention and we believe that it's the role of the international community to practice
a pressure on israel to force it to apply to its legal obligation under the c.r.c. and other human rights instruments ok so i was asked by the fact that the international community is with aware about israel all right guys about are running out of time resources against children but so far there is no and all right guys we're running out of time so i pleased i don't want to be hard stick to a yes or no answer and we're going to go down the line does this change anything i am i think the report reflect what's going on the ground you know like a guys live under all our yes or no practice is this in any significant report would come to the same conclusion ok so does anyone believe it's important to raise the awareness and to put the pressure on the international community to. punish israel for these practices hard to give a simple answer to a complicated subject i want to thank my guests i had attash yossi beilin and my stuff about gucci thank you all for joining us and thank you for watching you can see the program and again any time by visiting our website al-jazeera dot com and
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plains some snow is likely but the majority is going to be here north dakota wisconsin and then across the great lakes that looks quite stormy a mass of right followed by a turkey in snow three is the next in winnipeg eleven in chicago still in the teens the eastern seaboard an eighteen year notice down in dallas in texas south of that temps is nothing to worry about of course they don't vary a huge amount to go big sunshine in the sky for cuber in jamaica there is rain around but it's concentrating a bit further west anywhere from panama up to guatemala. sixty seven words that spelled promise for one people but ended up a disaster for another. that led to the establishment of a jewish homeland at the expense of the palestinians one hundred years on