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hariri said that he was free to leave and planned to return to lebanon on the matter of days. and i had them like hell here in the kingdom of saudi arabia i am free i have complete freedom but i want to look after my family as well i don't want to see my children have the same fate like what happened to us i'm not talking about months i'm not talking about weeks i'm only talking about days and i'll go back to lebanon i'm listening to national wars the syrian government surrender or start a campaign targeting the civilians it's a crime against humanity the group says government forces surrounded and bombed densely populated areas. saudi arabia has asked for an urgent meeting with the arab league to discuss allegations of military aggression by iran and iran denies claims that supplied a missile that was fired from yemen into saudi arabia a week ago it also says it has nothing to do with a pipeline fire and bahrain that temporarily halted oil supplies on friday saudi arabia has described the fire as sabotage bahrain's foreign minister has blamed
iran meanwhile who the rebels of yemen are denying reports the missile fired at riyadh was supplied by iran the news comes as the u.s. joins international calls for an end to the side of blockade that's worsening a severe food shortage those were the headlines more in a half an hour next it's one zero one east here on al-jazeera. provoking debate challenging the established line every single one of the three and a half thousand people who was killed with a drug dealer yes join mehdi has sand for up front at this time on al jazeera. for generations muslim rule enjoyed in me in mark has faced persecution. in august this year our revenge of fighters fought back attacking security checkpoints. it led to
a brutal crackdown by me and mars military prompting hundreds of thousands of to flee into neighboring bangladesh. now they're struggling to survive in crowded muddy camps and steve check out on this episode one when he sed investigates the uncertain future facing a people unwanted and unable to return home. well a little of the good luck. of the law. on what misty they came and started shooting. the man who was stabbed and slaughter a. lot about their love and it took them until they often wanted to kill all the men. one of them off to the men looking to took away the women of the boy and
children in the. elevated to the one the one they took the mothers to the children to the ground up and kill them. such stories of horror and fear have driven more than six hundred thousand really hinges out of. hour after hour the stream of refugees crossing the border into bangladesh never in . the numbers in speed of this exodus it's a pos anything seen in recent times. exhaustive traumatized young and old struggle through them are. some of the records for. a right. here in haiti and whether walk there. are only the beginning of.
the starting range or take any hope on. the bangladeshi army to set up this aid for the new rather than. the desperate now but these refugees say they are fleeing something. decades of persecution from a million miles government. military. the surge in violence over recent months has been described by the u.n. as ethnic cleansing others have called it genocide. and throw them into the blazing fire. and if you try to rescue them they shoot us. is only nineteen. they beat us. slaughtered us. was murdered when he went to. the people cannot move from one place to another.
they shoot us and kill us. they tell us to go back to bangladesh. escaping in the middle of the not he led a members of his family to safety. along the way we always had to watch out for the military looking this way and that. if this in the jungle they would shoot at us. that's how we came here. by walking and fearing that the military would kill us along the way. joins the queue for rations of rice sugar and a little. then
hand his family a top down to a truck headed for the refugee camp. it will be a bumpy two hour journey. from morning to the refugees of the dump by the side of the road near the camp. you know what you want to do. is you know one of the lawyers vs never being here we don't know anybody. just sitting there wondering about. the next morning. and he's standing shows in the school. the audio is beginning to take a toll on everybody i love you know i. knew i knew
that i'd die no i'd rather go in and about as are going to mean i had and i want to live a lie down again which i. don't know the meaning i need about us are going to buy and maybe i'm going to i don't know her argument and there's a lot of what i would i was. overwhelmed. because as you know and i i don't want to get. his mother is worried to. know i threw in a little bit. in
may and the family owned a small shop and house now they have nothing. shows this the target dates to their property but the government does not recognize the right. they say this is not your country it are you from your old bengali. but you have documents of our property. or also denied education health care and freedom of movement. despite living in generations the rich and not considered citizens instead they are branded illegal immigrants from bangladesh where where we going to we headed. there is no time to lose the family will have to leave the school in two days when classes resume. and his family need to quickly find somewhere to live so they venture deep into what is
now one of the largest refugee camps in the world. they've been given a phone number for someone from the village who might be able to help them. if i go to them i hope david help me if i can meet them they may help me to build a shelter and that. the camp is chaotic the phone reception is patchy i want to this is such a big i haven't found the person i'm looking for i don't know where to find him i don't know what to do. with happy. going to be like finding a needle and i. is not true is close. he's losing heart. but then he sees a familiar face in the crowd a fishmonger from his village.
that's pretty good just. good luck. is a good cigar so we say farewell and the great tomato place. humanitarian work was prepared by the spain songs of the ranger exodus. as refugee numbers this is the be sure to feel. they have to queue for. when you're looking to pay because i don't know you say desperation but military officials are doing whatever i can to keep things under control like. bangladeshi sold on only coordination of their own to stop or huge or refugees from
leaving the camps conditions a dire pool sanitation means the risk of a cholera outbreak is very real. international agencies have rushed vaccines into the camps but there's no guarantee they can stop a health disaster. most of the refugees a women and children hunger is he says. in a makeshift medical tent run by bangladeshi volunteers the scene is hoping to get to the nearest to her six week old daughter but sometimes the baby house. is coughing and there's also plotted in high school and she cannot drink milk properly i don't have money otherwise i could have gotten medicine from outside. back in her own show a cena tells me while the situation here is desperate man is no place for wrecking
just by being. in my country when the military comes we leave everything at home and just run. you down i will get my. i have seen them through a baby into a blazing fire with my own eyes. i have also seen them through a baby on your heart corrugated roof of a burning heart and the baby was cut into pieces. from a mother and threw it onto a burning fire. to escape the same face a sinner ran from her village to save her unborn baby. after giving birth in the jungle she fled to bangladesh with her family. and the baby has not had milk for three to four days i don't have enough milk because i haven't eaten enough. during our time with the same as little girls hardly cries.
we go to a malnutrition. the believe me i would deny that i'm doing. my best to keep all of them out of the little able to give up nothing to live with you know what. if and when you if you didn't want to be doing it you said. the system believing is easier than. the baby needs emergency care and they are sent to a hospital two hours away the doctor before said if we don't get through go to the hospital she ma dogg.
to realize what rights do. the same and her daughter a whisked away to a special pediatric group the hospital staff quickly get to work and the little girl finally shows some signs of fighting. until my baby gets when. i'm happy i didn't have money so i couldn't get treatment until i was admitted here. this hospital traits the worst cases from the refugee crisis everyone here has a terrible story. was shooting had died this mother claims she was shot multiple times by the military. only.
august i'm far from the current hundred he just. attacked a number of security guards with one night when. a small and the me in my military hit back with fury rising hundreds of or hinge of villages to the ground. refugees say one of the most gruesome mass killings took place in the rice bombing village of two the total of two women the gnarliest skite agree to meet with these women will only speak to me inside their heart because they are so traumatized by what they enjoyed they don't want anyone to hear . inside the tent i meet her saina and her sister in law. has seen a tells me the day began with a bloodbath. the man who was stabbed and slaughtered a lot of thought i'd hear a little like the when they took the mothers day to the children to the ground and
kill them i love to say no a sixteen month old baby was also killed. when they took us along the way that my baby was taken from me while i'm thrown to the ground. and then into a file. through photo. right in front of me. so just took to say you know her sister in law ozma and two other women to a house they blindfolded we saw a lot of a lot of the horses up but they took off all my clothes they started creeping us after the rape or was still breathing. camp with a knife and left to die a mother. my sister in law was raped and hit with battle and the like the one that
. i don't know what happened to me after that. my head was bleeding and my jaw was broken. maybe around half an hour later the set fire to the house. when i woke up the house was red with fire and the door was locked. only has an asthma. they found a hole in the wall and ran make it out in the burning. given what you enjoyed could you ever go back to me and. when our house was burnt we told ourselves that since god saved us from there we would never go back. all of our family members died how can we go back there. like that one of the. i suffered a lot i almost died because. people said that we would not survive
because we were carried on sacks and we were bleeding a lot of going. why . the security you have been instructed to write. to the code of conduct in carrying out. all your restraint and. collateral damage and the hockey in the end. is the head of me in a billion government but has no control of the military despite overwhelming evidence of right awesome and violence the nobel peace prize winner says she doesn't know why the refuge of a fling her country. nevertheless good to hear that
numbers of muslims being across the border the bundle again. we want to find out why the exodus is happening we would like to talk to those who have fled as well as those have. i've come to me in my biggest gang gone. it's clear to see this strong support on something to change but only fear and anger towards the refugees. and the. time. i got on with. the myanmar. coming out it will. be like. he was going to then. even those who suffered under the violent hand of me in my
military want nothing to do with the refugee jimmy who was a political prisoner who for decades force against me in my military regime but this time he's supporting you were arrested imprisoned and spent twenty. treated badly. by the military why isn't this a novel example of injustice in maine very different situation to bring in the normal government. not walkable it has the military in me and my really changed yep just now they are deeply involved in the peace process the united nations amnesty international and human rights watch have all condemned the actions of the men mommy why have they got it wrong so it's very strange very strange so. i couldn't understand what they're making the fox news everybody in
a country. that's a war about them expression you know countries. they don't even want to get back in bangladesh. the young men i met earlier explains what it's like to live with that high tree. to them there's no to hand ethnicity. so when they see us they want to finish us off and that's why they are committing genocide. has no time to dwell on what's happening back in may in mind today haiti and his father have started building a new harm for the family on the fringes of the camp where he went i mean a lot of. the of it is unbearably hot the whole of my body about the kind of the children are getting. there are no trees there is no shelter.
up here you can clearly see the size of this camp. more than three hundred thousand refugees already living here before the latest exodus began. since august the population has tripled everyone here is desperately trying to survive. when you think these makeshift hot crawling across the hills you think to yourself what's going to happen when the monsoon comes and what happens if there's a mudslide. and there are plenty of other things could go wrong the show to i saw him would you boil working so hard to build is already destroyed last night a wild elephant trampled on now we have to build a new shelter from scratch but he's good task of the day is to buy a book to just. get that way but i wish you were going to write that
there's a home without. a home with water and power in the woods here oh. no. longer you know looking but. we also need a new top home and sheep but his money is fast running out of the aisle on either. well you know. jake. jackie the. other day. the railroad. is bust right he cannot do more to help his family in womanizers are kind of lying to get ahead i'm not happy
because i have to manage all of the necessity of things. like putting up a tent and getting go to. the children are crying and need clothes i don't feel happy because there is no chop and i don't like him and i have. done with issues grappling with how to deal with more than half a million people who have land on its doorstep the government has announced plans to build a new mega cap it also wants to move some refugees to a flood prone island. has offered to take back for him who recently fled but only if they can prove they live there and that's if any of these people want to return the many there's nothing left that point the memories of death and brutal violence. it's not surprising some are already planning another way out.
since the wild elephant. has already built. his family. i just spent this it's not yet complete i will finish it slowly. since morning there's been heavy. so i couldn't do anything today. but he doesn't see bangladesh as a long term solution and says if the situation doesn't improve he'll turn to human traffickers. if they don't know rights hero know what a. bit ever he can find ranks. even if we die along the way. go to malaysia. if go by boat if it will. if that is away. would be
a line the un has warned the next wave of trafficking is just beginning. even before the slightest exodus desperately he took their chances with. only to be abandoned at sea of the coast of malaysia buried in mass graves in thailand. but with no country to return to and i'm certain future in these camps. is most unwanted people will continue to search for a place to call. his captivity and the only hope for china's panders one of the nice ventures deep into the mountains of western china in search of the elusive wild panda. at this time and how does iran. and under pointed load on the. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west
africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for the dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the war. news has never been more of a liberal but the message is a simplistic and misinformation is rife that the listening post provides a critical counterpoint challenging mainstream media narrative at this time on al-jazeera. you're watching al-jazeera i'm so ho robin these are all top stories a seven point three magnitude earthquake has struck on the iranian iraqi border at
least two hundred seven people have been killed in an estimated eighteen hundred more injured now rescue teams and aid are on route to the areas near the epicenter thirty kilometers southwest of the iraqi town of her charlotte ballasts reports. a hospital holmes with the wounded in western iran a seven point three magnitude earthquake shaking it into life i fell from a balcony it was so fast i just usually has more pieces of glass fell on my hand and it got injured new arrivals from remote towns swell the hospital to capacity but i thought of those that are there's a lot during the earthquake my hand hit the glass on the glass broke going into my face and hand. the flow is steady as more people are found in the rubble the death toll rises to. the earthquake was centered on iraq iran border near the iraqi town of her.