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tv   The Stream 2018 Ep 129  Al Jazeera  August 13, 2018 10:32pm-11:00pm +03

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in a corruption scandal so the investigation centers around a driver who kept records of castille liveris to the presidential palace and kurt's private residence a judge wants to remove her immunity from prosecution to raise a bow following this story joining us from one of salaries she's being investigated for corruption in several cases what's different about this one. well cristina kirchner entered this courthouse about half an hour ago she still hasn't come out but it was a speck to the she will percent a written statement to not answer questions from the judge and what's different this time is that as you said before this case is a based on age old books that where written by the driver of the planning ministry that during a period of ten years that detailed how backs of cash were moved around and other parts of the country and in many cases ended up in the presidential palace or encourage private residence this is for many one of the largest investigations
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corruption investigations in argentina many compare it to the carwash investigation that has been ongoing in brazil and that ended with former president. in prison it also involves former members of kirshner's administrations but also some of this country's most important business men. always current president. cousin is also being investigated five business men have already requested the bargain so of course this is a major case in argentina and it's all based in this age old books that have shocked the argentinean society so could she end up in brazil in prison like brazil's former president. well that's what many here are wondering cristina kirchner is a senate or she has immunity right now this week the senate is expected to debate
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and to vote on a request made by the judge to research her residence is not only in one outsiders but also in southern arc of argentina where her husband is from in the past they have already tried to strip her of immunity and it has failed because the senate has the peronist party her party has strong support in the senate. but this it i mean it could take a while in order to for this to happen khurshid continues to be a very strong political figure in argentina iran thirty percent of the population police and continue to support her especially those poor disenchanted with the current administration of greece so cristina kirchner is already flirting with the idea whether she could become a run for the presidency in two thousand nine hundred all right to risible thank you. counsel patience in gaza are being turned away from hospitals because they've run out of drugs to treat them the land air and sea blockade by israel has delayed
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medical supplies from reaching the strip but the u.n. says international funding cuts on rifts between palestinian groups are also making the situation worse reports. he was diagnosed with breast cancer five months ago he's come to this gaza hospital for the seven to eight potentially life saving he was therapy sessions but the drugs she needs have run out of the all it's available in any of the hospitals in gaza either. as the treatment for this kind of disease cannot be delayed i blame anyone who is in any way responsible for this i've pain in my neck my shoulders i have trouble breathing my sons have to help me move around i need that seventh dose but the doctors say they don't know when it will come if a cancer patient wants to be treated in israel or the occupied west bank the process is complicated and time consuming ultimately israel has to agree the
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palestinian health ministry in gaza says around the applications of development. this isn't the first time there has been a delay in the supply of vital chemotherapy drugs to gaza but it is the first time that this hospital is had to turn cancer patients away because it cannot treat them now the crisis is not only to do with israel's blockade on gaza it's also related to funding problems and the political crisis between hamas and the palestinian authority in the west bank the un says only around forty percent of the fifty million dollars needed from international donors for the palestinian health sector in gaza and the occupied west bank can through for twenty eighteen the whole city where sandman difficulty in the health care the sick that has been impacted in the last the few in the last twelve years because of the season blockade imposed and there's a sliver of the luck of conciliation and political city always in the in the
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local the support. the film the fatigue it these of the of the city listeners that this will and in fact seriously the life of hundreds of people are deceiving her because that was. the beds are empty because there's no point in cancer patients coming to this hospital for treatment a smile and many like her have no choice but anxiously wait for the medication they so desperately need. that al-jazeera gaza just a moment on the officer news hour and it will be along with all the sports news including tiger woods almost ending his decade long wait for a major title at stories coming up in a mum. thanks
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again time for sports is here is ending thank you so much daryn all tiger woods has fallen just short of winning his first major title in a decade instead it was fellow american brooks kept the who lifted the trophy the p.j. championship with tiger two shots behind in second but the fourteen time major winner was the player that energized the crowds in missouri and worldwide poll race reports. no one and golf can get a crowd going like tiger woods. on the hunt for his fifteenth major title but without having won any in the past ten years woods is back problems led to spinal fusion surgery that almost ended his career now all that most people here
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wanted to see was golf's greatest draw complete the most improbable of comebacks. and win his first p.g.a. championship title since two thousand and seven. unfortunately for woods in his weight was brooks kept the overnight lead it was relentless on sunday posting a round of sixty six. to win by two shots despite woods's best finish in a major finale a decade other than me my team. everybody was rooting for tiger. i mean as it should. you know he's probably be easy greatest player to ever play the game and. to have the comeback that he's having it is incredible being a part of that as a fan is cool and even when you're playing it it's still pretty mean and trying to push you to step up your game i mean you have to because you know he's right there if you fall. woods had already come off the eighteenth green to
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a champions reception before kept his sealed victory was his will to win nearly but not quite seeing him over the greatest hurdle of his career at the beginning the year if you said yeah i would have a chance legit chance one loss to major championships. was what swing. i did have a swing at the time i'm in charge uncharted territory because there's no one's ever had a few spine hitting it like i'm hitting a sub had to kind of figure this out on my own and it's been really really hard fought hard and people think that kept making his own game look easy the third major in just a year putting him at the top of the sport pole race al-jazeera. poland striker of eleven put his disappointing world cup behind him to score a hat trick for by munich in the german super cup love and effort helped bind to a five nil when i had german cup winners are trapped frankfurt fail to score the
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world cup finals in russia as poland exits it in the group stages the six time defending league champions will begin their blunders they could campaign against hoffenheim on august the twenty third. the spanish super cup severe scored early against barcelona few yeah this game being played in morocco bassa coming back in the second after a p.k. making it one wonderfully no messy set up piece and then ballet for the winner messi is now want to record thirty three titles with the spanish champions now defending english premier league champions manchester city were comfortable winners on the opening day of their new season city beating arsenal to nail asked him without arsenal vaguer in the manager's dugout for the first time since one thousand nine hundred ninety six his replacement you know i am very sore him sterling i but i silver scoring city in the north in the last season and of course the physical he will win again there's no nobody can deny me that it's complicated a new manager after twenty years environment who poured the project in and we know
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we we we won more than pleased again because due to our team in everybody the club liverpool recorded their biggest opening home league win since the nineteenth thirties beating west ham four nil as they target a first league title in close to thirty years goals from mohammed silent sea from saudi or mani one from daniel sturridge deciding this will. it's good that the people are all the positive people know as well and they're just season again would be unbelievable hard that's the only thing what i want to say and we we cannot be anything different than the challenger because we didn't win anything since i don't know in any way but it's it's a long time ago so we have to invest more we have to fight. christiane i love scored on his debut for you ventus albeit in a pretty low key friendly evasive new signing funny minute here after just eight minutes in this match against the club's youth team and i join the italian side for
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a hundred and thirty million dollars from around the trade. now former manchester united star wayne rooney has shown he's not just in the m.l.s. to top up his pension fund here is the thirty two year old striker sprinting back for d.c. united in injury time at the end of their game with all i know city the match is poised to to at this point really then has the presence of mind to set up a winner schooled by the sea on a cost. i rough our dollars one is eightieth top title but was run close by a player appearing in his first masters series final and seeded stefan a sits across a beaten dominic teen of a jock rich and alexander's vera on his way to the rogers cup fall into one side. of the world number one would come through this one six two seven six that i was decided to skip the upcoming cincinnati masters so he's fully rested going to the u.s. open this. simona halep and sloane stephens could barely be separated in the women's final in montreal world number one however eventually winning in three sets against
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the defending u.s. open champion after more than two and a half hours of. showing a slight off day with the bats is see tried to get his l.a. angels over the line against the oakland athletics the japanese rookie has twelve home runs this season but was struck out in the first inning that ground that out in the second with the school's level of three h. otani restricts why smores o. can build so late he finally hits it soon run single in the eight but oakland closed out the angels losing eight to seven. on the san francisco giants celebrated the birth of a fan it just turned one hundred twelve years old as they took on the pittsburgh pirates celebrations on the field so pittsburgh mounted a comeback and with just forty three down in the ninth but the giants. will smith closed up again both teams struggling in their respective to teach us. a cable from each other they were about is how you sports is looking for and there are right and
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you will see later thank you very much and thanks for watching the news hour on al-jazeera before we go that we just remind you to log on to our web site al jazeera dot com for more news that all the day's top stories and back in just moments with much more news right here on al-jazeera see you in a minute's. denied citizenship. health can and education. forced from their homes to live in camps. subject to devastating physical cruelty al-jazeera world investigates one of the most persecuted minorities in the world. silent abuse. and london put it on. us and british companies have announced the biggest discovery
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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 the 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. amidst a climate of. paranoia. those still willing to dream. in honduras dennis seeks a brighter future for his son and community. using aat to reclaim the city. and transform the very symbol of cost oppression. you find in latin america liberating a prison on al-jazeera. it looks ugly and sounds ugly and scares people from america's high streets to mexico's on the wilds we control
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the seaside and who controls the other side people in power of the smuggling route and test the ease of acquiring untraceable weapons on american soil the weapon that was designed for war and it took you about five minutes to buy it. america's guns are mexico's cartel on al jazeera congressman are you interested in stopping crime . turkey promises support for its banks as a plunging currency spreads concern the president talks of conspiracy. watching al-jazeera life from a headquarters and. also a heads fear pushed aside in yemen thousands turned out for the funerals of dozens
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of people many of them children killed in a saudi air strike staying put syrian rebels prepared to defend their last major stronghold against the government offensive and gravestones with no name a year after syria leone's worst natural disaster a survivors are still looking for loved ones. fellow turkey's banks are being offered support and president's order one as blaming a conspiracy amid fears of what a continuing plunge in its currency could mean the lira has hit record lows on monday sending ripples right through markets from asia to europe and just a short time ago the german chancellor angela merkel said no one wanted economic destabilization in turkey though take a look it's fallen more than forty five percent. against the u.s. dollar this year turkey central bank says it is ready to take all necessary measures to ensure financial stability promising loans for any banks that need the
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president blames the freefall on a plot to attack turkey's economy which he insists is not in crisis. turkey's economy and turkey's position as a country will never give up or don't pay attention to whatever he said to the contrary there are a number of a comic terrorists around the world and are taking steps to stop them from achieving what they want to do and when we catch them we will subject them to death appropriate punishment. because they are committing heinous acts against this country and we cannot let them get away with it so many cane has been monitoring germany's reaction on turkey's plunging currency from berlin. i'm going to merkel's comments about the need for the turkish economy not to be destabilized basically they are explained by the importance that the turkish government plays these are the european politics but also middle eastern politics fact that actually almost as
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an anchor around which the european union is able to deal with a great deal of different policies specifically remember that the deal which the turks and the european union signed together regarding migration that needs to stay in place so when i'm going to merkel sees the economies the currency of turkey plunge in value that raises jitters as it were not just among her government but also financially in the financial heart of europe in germany rather in frankfurt while there are many many traders would look at turkish debt right now and wonder whether it's time to to get rid of it to try to to shore themselves up because they fear what may happen in turkey one final point to make here as bad as this current fall in value for the lira is go back ten years and the value of the currency not just against the dollar but also against the euro really has plunged very markedly
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indeed and that explains why the concern here in berlin but as i say across the e.u. now about what course turkey will take in the days to come well you know handstands all is chief market analyst at c.m.c. markets that's a brokerage house and he says the market uncertainty in turkey could spread globally. you see the reaction in the euro to the versus to your stall and your saw the reaction in the dax index on friday both went down the you were just continues to fall right now so people really fear and investors fear that there could be some sort of contagion or at least there is a large amount of uncertainty right now and that's what markets don't like they don't like uncertainty and that's what we clearly have right now it would be very very important to safeguard repayments of the debt that turkey has to to for investors it's primarily a debt that needs to be paid to spanish bangs to italian banks to french banks as
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well as to some amount or at least a lesser amount of german banks and there are one hundred eighty billion dollars to you over the course of the next twelve months so investors need to be saved to get their money back and that's what is causing the fear right now iran's supreme leader ali how many has refused donald trump's offer for direct talks he says he's banned iranian leaders for meeting with the president saying the u.s. never follows through on promises it makes during talks come in a also ruled out the possibility of war with the u.s. meanwhile iran's foreign minister javad zarif told al-jazeera in an exclusive interview that the u.s. has not proven its trustworthy. we have no problem with dialogue but is mr trump really serious about talks if he is serious about talks without preconditions will the secretary of state put some conditions for talks two hours after trump's comments impossible conditions the first question is if they
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themselves have reached an agreement inside the u.s. about talks with or without preconditions posies in the region a totally clear it's the u.s. you need to be accountable for posies in the region send us ravi has more from to her on. it has to be said there's nothing necessarily new in what the supreme leader of iran has said today but every time he speaks on any given issue with lends a certain amount of religious weight to the issue that he is discussing and so if you follow the arc of that logic now it is the law of the land of not negotiate with the united states but as is the case with most of what officials in iran say there are it's the supreme leader later in that address said that if iran is in a position to resist economic pressure and if iran is strong enough to negotiate with the united states on more equal footing and if the united states becomes more human towards iran then then iran may enter back into negotiations with the united
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states so there is a subtle nuance there but he said as far as the trumpet ministration is concerned there is no way that iran will ever negotiate with the current white house large crowds have come out in northern yemen for the funerals off some of those killed in a saudi u.a.e. airstrike as you can see well that strike killed more than fifty people in northern province forty of them were children many of them were killed on board a school bus authorities are still struggling to identify the remains of all of those killed in the attack some parents have to sift through the debris for any clues about their missing children there has been global condemnation over the air strike the united nations has called for a credible and transparent inquiry into what's been described as the worst attack on yemen's children saudi arabia has now said it will carry out its own inquiry into the attack but insists the coalition aimed at legitimate military targets how
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much it though has more from neighboring djibouti. very sudden money going or in. city. of the province in northwest yemen a long procession of vehicles cutting the bodies all for the victims of the late so do you. talk in yemen led the way for. cutting through the pictures of the chanting and the so do you want to show you slogans of symmetry the way they've been because people are coming from on. to you the young victims of these. security is right. please. guns in strategic positions around the venue the body all of the victims had been put off several times largely
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due to security fears with her saying they were afraid they would be targeted by more of course the children targeted on they when the boss they were with talked to busy here on market they had to come and that is when the asteroid hit unicef has described it as this single biggest hoch on children since yemen's was completed in two thousand and fifteen turkey is stepping up diplomatic efforts avoid what president or anyone says could be a catastrophe in syria as in the province the syrian government has been threatening an offensive to retake the rebel held province near the turkish border reports from beirut's. the syrian government says it is going to take an army helicopters dropped leaflets telling rebels and civilians in the opposition controlled northwestern province that it is better to join reconciliation
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agreements and others in syria as. rebels have agreed. such deals when on the verge of military defeat so far those in it looks like they are not ready to surrender instead they arrested dozens of people they accuse of promoting a return to state rule know a lot of our security track down people who are promoting reconciliation with the regime they're trying to help the regime into some areas so we arrested them they're waging psychological warfare to weaken the morale of the fighters and people they collaborating with the regime. like in previous assaults the syrian government backs up calls for reconciliation with military action state media showed me a force might be brought to the conscripts of months of current temporarily and shattered in recent days dozens of civilians were killed in airstrikes that targeted towns and villages on the fringes of the province but despite this many believe a wide scale assault is not looming. the regime wants to control not
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just the place but the turks will play a role in the brawlers is under turkey's protection and turkey will reach an agreement with russia. to show. joins the rebel brigade. or the group formerly known as al nasra and al qaida syria affiliate arrested dina have not shown any intention to disband turkey was under pressure from its political allies russia and iran to eliminate them possibly using syrian rebels. the pressure may now turkey had warned russia and iran that a government offensive in adlib what threaten their political alliance the three countries the main stakeholders in the syrian conflict have been cooperate in through the so-called asked and process their partnership has recently taken a whole new meaning the united states has declared economic war against them cooperation between these main players could stave off
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a battle that could affect the lives of billions in it live limited military. operation telenor are expected around the edges of the province the government wants to secure main highways and prevent it used to attack it strongholds. beirut jordan's interior minister says on man who attacked the police in the town of salt last week where i saw supporters thousands of people attended the funeral for one of the four jordanian officers killed during a raid on the attackers investigators say the suspects had plans for further attacks on saturday a homemade explosive device was set off near a police van which left one person dead and six others injured. in indonesia at least four hundred thirty six people have been confirmed dead in last sunday's powerful earthquake and aid is.


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