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usually they can only go outside in groups so they can watch over each other. put in the market alleys of all of the tall we catch sight of a north korean worker and he seems to be alone. you jump at the joke pretty good vocal rules of the book but it's a two. room. wonder was it the real problem just. were there of. the digital universe i often thought of by the article to where the work of the phone was probably with. a bunch of sit. on top of one with the rules of the book but up to. three. groups. still. i will cut your usage told just as
a group in the us will i was out i'm not sure but you're losing isn't it awful. there are an estimated one thousand two hundred rolls koreans working in mongolia. the company's transfer the white is directly to the north korean embassy in poland but. most is confiscated by the regime. the workers only be saved a small amount to send back to their families in north korea. construction workers are the only money makers. north korea supplies logons samas and medical practitioners. but no matter who they are the income goes to the stice. in lumber toil there are three occupants and car a practically nix stuff biden's grands.
would lead to into no school and walkers'. your nose. i guess no story. ok yes and yes no question what we want in a way is our in the world the new here for how long you've been here and when you go out. to get your money and we've got to get back well i do some things there's just. things. it's estimated that north korea earns over five hundred million dollars every year from its overseas workers.
because. there are one hundred thirty north korean restaurants worldwide. three of them are in all of the time. the model is always the same. smiling singing dancing for their customers every not encouraging them to buy so they'll spend them on. the white dresses lip. and sleep in the restaurant they can't go out the young women also sell alcohol cigarettes and upwards.
and all of this income flows into the funds of the stice but there is no concrete proof of the secret bond transfers documents which could serve as evidence receipts bank transfers as well as internal notes a systematically destroyed by order of the kim family. that's how they hide the money flowing from the international community and how they can keep it secret from the workers who earn millions for the kim family. who see the. immediacy middle of the terror we see in the media. it will be done in. the. us with oh it isn't talking
yes with choice you needed three hundred questions around the room. comes course and all the other person signing it up in the honey. so i live in a window of the family the house of my dose and i. we've waited five months to receive official permission to come to north korea and . we travel by train from the chinese border city of don dongles. cars off from the world since nineteen fifty three time same's to have stood still here.
to see. the rules again. no piece of land lies follow everything serves to feed the nation. as we travel through the fields on the seven hour journey it's clear that bombers have only basic tools to ten may land. uclear plants are also in the rages that we crossed. we passed me a three year run in mines numerous underground constructions as well as the nuclear research center and beyond it's the center of the nation's nuclear program. escorts are accompanying us to the capital pyongyang. we enter a world that is population by the privileged tang's. the
streets are reserved for three million residents that's ten percent of the population the most loyal supporters of the studies. you can only enter the city with a. permis the guides accompany us day and nice. day job is to show us that despite u.n. sanctions pyongyang isn't an economically doom city full of suffering. and this is spanx to the new national hero. this architect studied in france for eight years he returned to north korea in twenty ten and he's one of the top architects in the capital today he build skyscrapers for the new a late.
and. i. think. we said he would go over to look at a. lot of. just says mass salesian to love it so not. just to do. so. clowe gras. so the moment when you release i saw. people saw how lovely thanks so all this is. out and she can see this one i think counting it suits him thinking i'm seeing it in. this woman's husband teaches fluid mechanics at the kim
technical university the station's given them a thirty used two hundred square meter apartment well not everyone in pyongyang lives in such modern skyscrapers this family aren't the only ones. ever since kim jong un has run the country he's built a new district every year he built fifty new houses for the scientists and their families who have done a lot for the nation. for the architects it's boom time. on the streets the standard clothes of socialism at the come ball cultural in the past three years the mood seems almost relaxed the state still governs the nation with an iron fist even the smallest critical gesture lands you in one of the many camps for political prisoners but since kim jong un has been in power there's
been a restructuring the older rees to develop the economy at the same speed as the nuclear program. but on which alone would cause the north york to something. she's an amateur never . would pass out to the mongols and back. to the model for what either was you or three or four hundred dollars hands on your work you don't see what our peril. on the other all you know they are. going to. commit some thought you don't know the war. in the south going out for you from the phone don't. toss it out. who
tuned in to give you this check or would have thought we were through to tell people for whom is on target i would somebody who know how you. were for them go for it was ok small town is mostly. shortly before we left north korea we were allowed to interview one of the country's most important economic scientists at the social studies they can implant again. professor. song. for. you look so as it would or to help you when i'm in you need a new one with no certain dhoni came to me big or small you were disappointing but turn him in money so true polypill who has so you
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see roads is still eerily empty. but there is splashes of color. if life is hot it's aims less hard than before. thanks to the money coming through office thirty nine. has a nuclear bomb that protects him beyond the border. and now the young dictator is also spending to strengthen his power base in the country. while his ancestors built statues he's building trying it's bowling center swimming pools museums and
they police and then those long gun just the links. it appears both korea's secret foreign funds a defacing the sanctions and helping deliver progress in science economics and last stop perhaps enough to ensure the kim family dictatorship survives its third generation. aboud. in afghanistan billions of dollars of international aid have been donated to girls' education but where has the money gone when east meets girls desperate to learn and asks why is the system failing them on al-jazeera.
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a skill few still possess they took us to a small wet spot in the sea in the desert and this was this is a very important place they've been telling us about for the last five days who came in. and orders against all odds an aging population is posse on its knowledge the rainmakers of the outback on a. the u.s. response to attacks by killing what it says were fifty two of the group's members in somalia. and this is the world news from al-jazeera breaks into the streets angry at plans
for a name change deal with their northern neighbor. and the two in sudan as protesters continue to demand their president step down. and president donald trump offers a compromise to end the government shutdown the democrats say it's not good enough . for the united states says at least fifty two fighters have been killed in an airstrike in middle juba region now this was in response to an attack hours earlier on a somali army base at least eight some of the soldiers were killed when al shabaab fighters overran a military camp on the outskirts of kiss my now has the full story. the bodies of suspected al shabaab fighters lie on the road as somali troops pour over the scene
the fighters were reportedly killed in american airstrikes after fleeing from a somali military base earlier al-shabaab had stormed the base three hundred seventy kilometers southwest of the capital mogadishu military officials say six soldiers were killed during the attack and two others died after a booby trapped vehicle was blown up as the army battled to recapture the base eventually u.s. military helicopters were deployed according to a statement from u.s. africa command here attack killed in its words fifty two militants the somali army says the figure was even higher. we managed to kill at least seventy five ship bad militants after they attacked us and many more were injured we are telling people about that victory today al-shabaab says it killed forty two somali soldiers during the battle the group retains a strong presence in parts of southern and central somalia. it's also regularly targeted neighboring kenya which sent troops to somalia as part of an african union
force it says it was behind tuesday's attack in nairobi when four gunmen and a suicide bomber killed twenty one people at the hotel and office complex on friday five suspects appeared in a court in a row be in connection with that attack. al-jazeera well our correspondent mohammed has been investigating the background to data tank he's live in nairobi for us now mohammed tell us more about what you find been finding out. where you come all hundreds of fighters are safe to be on the move in the middle and lower regions they have lost tentatively in an offensive cutted against them by somali national army and forces loyal to the regional administration of jubilant which administers the law and the ease of the border of kenya and somalia and it's these fighters who have lost some of their strongholds in the middle juba region
that they have held on to for years but have attacked that base that say talk a lot about it at fust it's just american aspects and reinforcement sent to the forces who were in the base would been defeated earlier that made the difference for them of course the u.s. operation in somalia has been increasing over the years the number of troops there it's a very hard to tell the scale of it because there's a lot of secrecy involved we know that the u.s. forces have a huge base eighty kilometers southwest of the couple to look at issue from where they launch drones sand. fighter jets that target al shabaab positions in various parts of southern somalia but despite all these increase in attacks by not only the u.s. forces that afflict. in union peacekeeping mission amid some somali national army
the group haas shown resilience and that it can carry out brazen attacks not only inside somalia but also outside as shown last tuesday here in nairobi kenya police say. most of the gunmen who carried out the top were kenyans something that is raising concern that the country could be facing some homegrown terrorism threat this sprawling informal settlement of mud gengel in near it down central kenya lives here may seem us ordinary as in any other slum but the residents of mud jungle ordered. one of the gunmen in last tuesday's al-shabaab a talk in the capital nairobi was born and grew up here. salim ali get most couples had in this photograph during the night will be a tuck and he grew up in this house his neighbors those shocked i'm not surprised they say al-shabaab has over the years recruited many young men including salim
from here. rotty percent is one of magickal community leaders we generally have to harlem because our children have no jobs they need to eat most of them have dropped out of school and their parents are too poor to help them continue with education the parents have no idea when and how al shabaab recruiters get hold of their children older people i have a hundred government response hasn't helped either he says residents of my general blame the ease with which al-shabaab can recruit on law literacy joblessness and drug abuse among the youth here it is a situation that is far more compounded by feelings of state and the nation by residents of this neighborhood kenyans in the past have blamed the violence carried out by al shabaab on fighters coming from beyond their national borders but last tuesday's assault on a shopping complex in the capital is forcing kenyans to consider the threats posed by those near a home police confirmed most of the five attackers work conditions. in
nairobi somali majority suburb obviously residents up come out to show their anger about the tague. unified in grief their message was one of love in the face of such . businesses in the business leave markets remain closed for several hours to honor the dead a remarkable moment of defiance by a community long blamed for a toxin can you no longer do people feel that is just a problem for one particular community and that community should be vilified. repressed. and driven out of. the rest of kenya now that is settling in we're happy to have that but we're also ready to help share our experiences security officials say there's no quick fix to the threat of domestic terrorism the only conceivable solution they say might lie in
a combination of education gun control and internet regulation somehow excellent report of yours gives us an idea of where the support comes from whether the personnel are if you like even in kenya what about the money how to keep going . what is a very good question come on it's one many people usually wonder with because this is a group that at one time held some huge swathes of south and central somalia including paul where people were shipping in goods i'm talking about ports like the port of kiss my you on the port of but out where they only used to tax the goods but also use to themselves by bringing in shipments will now but they have lost the access to the seaports what they're doing right now is toxic to the people in
the rural areas techie livestock from people calling it all toxic and some sort of tucks which the trying to justify by calling it which is charity as given in islam so what they're doing is also taxing vehicles plying routes in areas they control and then also extorting money from big companies that have got branches in places where they're in operation so they're gosh ok interesting stuff thank you for all of that joe in nairobi to other news and protesters in greece of converge on athens to demonstrate against the name change deal with macedonia what started peacefully in the capital was ended by riot police greek m.p.'s need to ratify this deal for its northern neighbor to change its name to north macedonia but many greeks oppose that because macedonia is the name of one of greece's largest regions as well prime minister narrowly survived two votes of confidence he is planning to
bring his contentious deal to a parliamentary vote in the next week more from john psaropoulos in athens. the protests last about four hours before being finally broken up by very large amounts of tear gas fired by police who were barricaded inside the parliament compound a small cohort of the protesters who had turned violent attempted to scale the steps leading up to the parliament building probably with a view to getting into the building they were met by volleys of tear gas canisters but that also affected the vast majority of the demonstrators on the square who were peaceful many of them elderly and many of them who had come with their small children those people were also driven back the point that the peaceful protest was trying to make here today to the government was we do not agree with parliament making its own decision on ratifying the name change deal with former yugoslav
macedonia we want this put to the people in a poll released today suggests that two thirds of greeks would be in favor of that and i think that that is also the proportion of greeks who would vote against the ratification of the deal but the government has said that it will it has now tabled this agreement in parliament and will pass it by the end of the week by its very slender majority of one vote that majority arose from a vote of confidence last week which the government survives with one hundred fifty one m.p.'s in parliament supporting it that is a three hundred seat chamber so they've got fifty percent plus one vote it is enough to ratify the deal but many greeks feel that it is a political sleight of hand. meanwhile riot police in sudan a fired tear gas to break up the latest in a month of protests there against the president a student sit in has been held at the university in the capital khartoum the city of has also seen demonstrations calling for the end of ramadan but she's thirty
year rule human human rights groups say at least fifty protesters have been killed since the protests began over the rising price of bread though the government says the number is much lower smom involve reporting now from. more protests broke out today in khartoum and also in the city of man protesters have been planning to converge on the parliament and once again demand the government to step down and the president omar bashir but soon they were dispersed by security personnel using heavy tear gas or other passive man in the forty third street where i was there heavy to gas how has been used and a cameraman working for has been as a freelancer has been apprehended and that's a part of a systematic cracking down on journalists particularly if they used t.v. cameras t.v. cameras are not allowed in these protests since the beginning and today or so president omar bashir once again reiterate.