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we created gun registry or as a front in order to infiltrate the pro-gun lobby and understand how they operate guys yeah right i won here in louisville at the n.r.a. conference two thousand and seventeen at our i conference to get a look at the website thanks for listening so use a. road you used concealed cameras to film officials from the n.r.a. even broke shoulders with donald trump jr. he briefed me on what he'd seen and heard. over a period of three years project handed over hundreds of hours of cuban camera recordings. ace in twenty eighteen roger attended a one nation function in sydney. and i read in a nice education we. increased the time the school or in the sense
that. when roger introduced himself to james ashby and told him about his powerful us context the one nation chief of staff said he wanted to meet the. people he thought might fund the party as it prepares for the polls with the promise to loosen the strain used gun laws. guys. look at a special guest that i state dixon is the head of the one nation party here in queensland and a senate candidate they don't stay at for pleasure to measure. so i stay futilely a little bit more about the one thousand gun policy urged right before we are we are prog on the ugly people in this country awning gone one nation's proposed review of jungle was was devised by steve dixon. he's a former state government minister now one nation's party leader in queensland mine and he's running for a seat in. the senate in a strenuous upcoming elections i had
a week actually mike the difference between you know and. also the fact that cool and sensible a more people can actually get involved in shooting or thank you think if he always. said it harry say you know i'm nice with me just my mind i. just wrote you infiltrated to one nation party the leaders wanted him to plan a trip to america to forge contacts with the n.r.a. . it was invited to the party headquarters and was greeted by james ashby. it's been. thirty one. years to office here. yesterday here we did not merit should this be because why is it i feel such
passion about america shuttle being a very good read in the country well one of the struggles. it is for my country you know but really like oh well i mean one of us right here the two got is that was our weather conditions here. dixon says he dreams of changing history used jungle was to make them more like those in america. i watched them break away. but there were more one bottle of this. one and i could do it and what you find out it is because that's what it's like monitor to be quiet kid in the eighty's go through anything. if you package it up with some other good lords a bit. better there he said harry. the
death toll continues to rise at port arthur where a gunman today when time random shooting spree the nightmare unfolded around how popular uses the moving to get in a cafe but come up before a lot of the time was right gunman stormed around the area and challenged people his victims in this trying to break. the laws dixon proposes to soften or put in place following a message or a new strain in town a quarter of a nine hundred ninety six. odd neighborhood it got in the fall so my immediate thought was that it was a car backfiring. window. in what was then one of the worst measure things ever recorded in the world thirty five people were murdered. i'm seeing people. being shot and then i saw him and he had this mess if very. large military were awful. and he was coming up
behind my daughter. the killer was using an a.o.l. fifteen assault rifle it would become a weapon of choice in mass killings in america for years to come. no one's running no one's screaming. that with every shot that's fired is another life gone. and there's another life gone and there's not a lot gone. and you feel you're right montage. it will cost myself and my daughter i'm on the floor shoots in the back. and he shot my two shot in the back. and i could see his fate asked. the atrocity led to a swift and radical repeal of a stranger's gun the use. i will do everything humanly possible to get an effective
tightening up a gun control situation in this country must strike teams would find it. absolutely out except. that weapons of it's gone a little bit about semiautomatic automatic and simeon automatic firearms were banned and what became known as the national firearms agreement more than six hundred fifty thousand guns were destroyed. the gun laws of probably the standout social reform not in not its stride and in fact the club is significant because a striker was able to demonstrate a before and after a change of his skull in the run up to the port arthur massacre astride it was trained sign level and right metrics as the americans but since not in ninety six and zero pressure readings of people but not known to be silent in stride. the poet author of paint is etched into the minds of anyone with
a lot of that time it was a pivotal event to establish saif goggles for astride the national are obvious agreement covers everything from the style of our alums the ownership the responsible use and all arounds. and it's a very very fond document that will strike in some crowd and it keeps us safe. but we want a public. that is really the nuts and bolts because we've tried everything this. one nation is excited about traveling to the u.s. and what a meeting with the n.r.a. might deliver. a pretty good thing not what i want to get through you're right.
right three million dollars us when he said question about statesmanship you might be a good model michael we are going to go you need on your leg a decision today. dixon asks for guidance on how best to deal with the american gun lobby. it's better that we not you know we've been getting on it. just because that's not the reason we got. the i don't want to try to stop some really good is right up and up people are good i'm getting that with. i asked roger to hopes that you'll the n.r.a. is indorsement of pulling henson. we need to want to them this is about cold cases that are trying to getting if we get stronger they can actually work and we grew up with you know out of spite in the why did you know it's not because a lot of wind the investment you know it's such a shuttle mission i'm going to go into too much difference maybe. it's the left
wing anti gunners who literally point to australia using the mainstream media as this shining model as to why we need gun bans and gun confiscation. the n.r.a. is so troubled by his trail use strict firearms laws that it's targeted the issue in videos like this. suggesting that a stranger's national firearms agreement is a failure and must be scrapped america we have and americans will not stand for a government any government trampling our rights. dixon says that by funding a social media campaign the n.r.a. could promote one nation without handing over any cash. we can get a million dollars fine us or woodstock. i don't even need the money i just need one if we get one that's rush just for you. i don't need to touch the. that
way the n.r.a. would promote one nation's social media content while providing cover for their financial contributions just gives them the odd hunch it will give them the. middle name and i mean if. this is going to dixon believes that as a veteran politician he knows how to make deals like that happen. i'm very. experienced and the portraits of him. on the. i'm not. really. ready would. say oh. it's that and then we got to go. see it in the know it. in all of history there's always been a time at a place when patriots stand up and rise up against the decree of the elites
and shout no more. and the n.r.a. convention in twenty sixteen brought you witnessed the power of the gun lobby's messaging and influence in u.s. politics. i'm officially announcing the honorees indorsement of donald trump for president was odd. my sons have been members of the n.r.a. for many many years and they're incredible they have so many rifles and so many guns sometimes even i get a little bit concerned is that that's a lot. to would be president will go in an hour a script america's second amendment the right to view as citizens to carry a gun is under threat. and he will make sure nobody ever takes anybody's guns away
. i will not let you down remember that i will not let ya. honorees messaging to the gun community increasingly has been built on fear government going to take away your guns they often use the united nations as a demon as they have demonized brock obama and hillary clinton and bill clinton before them and using fear to gin up support fund raising new members and guns. hillary clinton wants to abolish the second amendment just remember that we're not talking about changes she wants to abolish the second amendment show we're not going to let that happen i can tell you that right now. from the inside roger learns the n.r.a. has playbook for influencing public opinion. but i i.
i'm in the states a bit so maybe you should be right and we got a fight so i thought i got lost me. one nation landed in washington d.c. rojo was there to meet them oh i got. it to say it's a yes he had set up meetings for dixon and ashby using his tongue will be contacts . yet if used dixon's first visit to the united states. the thing that will fix fear the big apple is that is the washington monument.
the one nation visitors regale guests with tales of life down under. would not be allowed on guns in a study to show protection to women and i believe that might be true in saigon that we've been in when it was mostly just got it we got poorer coming to you know like you going to twenty five to do it then it really kind of. like you know it was fun because it might be back in school too and people might change it stealing their everything but i can't it is our country is going to trial. they told them so says front row cheerleaders for the u.s. president donald trump we still are guiding the soviets and the good set of al assad of america the reason we were out there that will stand i know all the poor we should we are back with i'll fight for my old boss and i have whatever it is your child she. it's a dumb question it's
a central. thought on. my own times i'm not. gonna block. the one nation visitors till potential donors to their party that they want to change jungles back. the people them in their country it's really yours but it's wrong because. dixon discusses the strenuous firearms laws with congressman ted bud here we are back to the much profit on the population or to gun obligation if you are in the middle of it every time he gives congressman a warning the banning of automatic weapons in a stretch is the beginning of a trend that threatens to take hold in the u.s.
we have a bellwether now. when do you think that you'll be back. you get a look at the body of the. guy off the box like that honestly it was people that if that's what's you know it's you know might. make it a bigger there except for. the benefit of having a little wheel in order to live. in power to one nation gets advice from the n.r.a. on how to sell a message of smear the critiques of gun ownership. they're used to various of those children but for all of joe yeah you know. and they discuss how an injection of cash would affect one nation's chances in the upcoming elections you're on a lot of house and off the bat of the. polls. a
prominent saudi journalist committed to freedom of expression silenced in taki by his own government and the most horrific way. al-jazeera weld investigates the death. which resonates to the highest levels of the saudi government with startling evidence about the disposal of his body. the silencing of a journalist on al-jazeera. and other top stories here on al-jazeera algeria's ruling f.l. and polity is backing the army's call for president abdel aziz bootie flicka to be declared unfit for office on monday the army chief suggested that an article from the constitution could be triggered which could force beautifully could to step down for health reasons after weeks of protest the president has already agreed not
to stand for a fifth term meanwhile there are reports that at least eleven private jets carrying businessmen and their families have been prevented from taking off from. italy and malta say migrants have hijacked a merchant ship that rescued them it happened off the coast of libya the ship is believed to be heading towards malta one hundred eight migrants were picked up by the cargo ship and are believed to have seized control of the they realized it was taking them back to libya. the british parliament has failed to agree on an alternative to prime this it's reason to plan a wednesday m.p.'s took control of the process process for leaving the e.u. promising to step down if they back a deal fulbright and his lectures now from questions. about that would have. the u.s. state says the trip administration is still working to identify anyone responsible for the murder of study journalist jim acosta my pump am made the comments at
a congressional hearing. we are continuing all across the government certainly and over it means that all the tools that we have in our capacity to learn more facts about this president. has made very clear that we will continue to work to identify those who are responsible for democracy is murder and hold them accountable we will i stand by that today we have an update on that story from malta the multis army forces all forces have taken control of a tank a pirated by migrants now or route to move the maltese port with migrants. syrian state news is reporting a number of as strikes have hit the northern city of aleppo. the syrian arab news agency says an israeli attack in syria defenses intercepted several missiles videos have been shed on social media showing explosions in aleppo al-jazeera has not yet been able to verify the claims. that lines here on got more news coming up right off the al-jazeera investigations how to sell
a mask of death go to websites al-jazeera dot com its interests all the news we're covering you can find that. they're like thank you so much for how as. a right way and these people that. i and then i had a vision that they would make a decision on triumph i thank you we even got the glory right through to the fifth best school. in america's midwest and is a gathering to help promote the organizations newly endorsed presidential candidate . rogers rebut what it's all good you have here is there enough of you know the police chief that all you got to get those drugs that you have you have. rojo funds a recurring message amongst those assembled here destroy use strict jungle was said
a disturbing international precedent and it's imperative that the legislation be changed. because we want you to come back i'm sure you get a workable with one shot of my life going now to our turn of the exhibit i did that by and i'll send yours and i. will donate i'm doing a great job and i thought my social lives are going to be that the start of the house doesn't come when i seriously i get everything. the volunteers told roger hell the n.r.a. sways public opinion. play hollowed on the palm of women women women you know women protecting themselves she angle is it shouldn't she be allowed to protect her child just so why are you trying to take this away from her somehow put it into the context i can ruin your view of how you take away her choice detectorists you with
your kind of barbarian i'll use. my image day when i'm on tour with the. and i ask if you question the watch. following a script written for them by the n.r.a. the ohio volunteer group will make hundreds of calls tonight the honorees are george donald trump with us from his to do everything in his power to protect our second amendment rights are you planning us or. one of the volunteers who's just twelve years old and has been working the phones in ohio for weeks. i get up they start. their shit or you know they could just come home or. his mother says he's now made more than two thousand coolers urging voters to put donald trump in the white house. stage up to the finals yeah and then find a balance here in the epilogue is that chris thank you for taking the time to speak
to this call was paid. for. you thank you never greeted. the head of the n.r.a. recorded a widely broadcast message to its members celebrating trump's victory. on november eighth you the five million men and women of the national rifle association of america are with the tens of millions of gun owners all over this country who followed your lead achieved a truly extraordinary story even a hard growing accomplishment you were the special forces that swung this selection and sent donald trump and mike pence to the white house. but in fact father. psyche's i went on and i'm so happy about it because this is putting out a famous speech to everyone around the world that the people have is now happening .
the one nation to gather so the hotel. so was going to do just. well it was just a lot of the time. they have meetings lined up and they're feeling but we didn't. think that was sitting in. washington they say the same the story we're told about how we want to treat what. should be calculates how far money from the gun lobby can push one nation's future it would be a should know now if we look to see you know now. you know what i read that too many of.
us twenty to you will give you it on a lot of house and afternoons you don't. get your trip might be better for their child if one nation should get in here you know scott did pick up my state senate seats get sued don't yell at me go. the next day be a nixon visit the and i'll raise institute for legislative action if i'm fired so. brandy graham is a senior n.r.a. lobbyist it's a good job to make sure congress maintains a pro-gun agenda. and remember it's a lot of times they don't look at all stronger. of what we have to make to knowing
. she has a tip for one nation on how to mobilize pro-gun advocates work from the ground up. i don't care if you will. only have six of your buddies i'm ready to fall back and share them as long as they're twenty. four they sure whatever it is try to raise if we have to spend forty dollars or more and that's the reason it was. going to struggle is probably one of the most important thing it's a roy first brother saw it cuts what i would lose both drugs if you're trying to play. the n.r.a. would welcome one nation using the right to self-defense as an argument to change a stranger's jungle was. i think a very beneficial you are all able to take steps in the right direction to start providing protection chair people then again that helps us because the biggest
hurdle i would get from fabs it's a look at australia. there continually attacking us that's never ending. or we want to kill al. platt we've got trucks that people are going to go over those try to go dark then you go. they have to go to a politically correct problem and it is it's one portion or you know it will or the hole was reached. and to help storm that kicks in and asks for brandy graham's assistance with all the meetings in washington. people who might be aware of her have seen one symbol in for a while. it will seem good in stopping this impatience but if you can course norgrove so people can you talk to it we like to think we like money we do our people on the ground. graham offers to connect one nation to energy giant
industries whose message of political donations helped put donald trump into office . if he can talk about if that. you've got all sins and the other issue is that. whenever there was. a crowd quarrel. but graham has a warning for one nation guests public support for gun rights can carry a risk particularly when news breaks of another mess killing. us really is up and this is how we start a death threats which is crazy you know these people they hate guns but they're hollering they're going to shoot us it was. a gunman fires more than a thousand rounds from his hotel suite. coming. into a crowd attending a music concert followed by that was. what
everybody got a crack at. fifty nine with the political winds and full height before he won oh. my god the less vegas massacre is one of three hundred forty six men shootings the took place in the us that year. eight children are being killed every day in this country over you know three hundred forty people are being shot every day. thirty nine thousand seven hundred seventy three people were shot dead in america in twenty seventeen. wounded were just if we get here goes my sure stupid you go unconscious trial date of how much the one nation visitors are meeting the n.r.a. is p.r.t.
i imagine after it was there the people who deal with reporters when a mesh shooting takes place. do you go out. as you see there's this big on the wall that says the size of my. last dose side is one of the rays senior media liaison officers if another measure happens in a strain he advises one nation to smear supporters of gun control by accusing them of exploiting the tragedy there used to raise those children or. not not isnt it. if your see isn't good enough to stand still oh. there. or. there's really that's a great we're able to always do the right behind it and want to drag him into it and there's a bad story might give a child gets further shock when. they want to call the n.r.a.
first for a home what do we have to do with this. that's remote. part of the and i'll raise public relations team. we will not comment because we don't want our media that story they have nothing to do. so we generally just. and yes they do comment the n.r.a. has a blueprint for managing the media hafetz office and that is an effective communication strategy and that's what the n.r.a. yes very well lead to people have had it we've had it with your narratives your propaganda your fake news. the n.r.a. the tech to critiques in the media it accuses them of being part of a detached elite. and being out of touch with main street america. we try very hard to promote that the n.r.a. is made up of average americans that look and sound like the rest of america that
we're not like some sort of outlier one of the related. you have a bit the farmers to cowboys the loggers the drug grabbers you don't know the mountain men who live on the land or the brave cops who fight the good fight in the war zone the national rifle association of america. predicts safest place and we've had it with your pretentious tone deaf assertion that you are in any way truth or fact based journalism. the big thing right now is to get your message out there on filter. we want to speak directly to our members and supporters. that reception the lies you. i asked. him. we're going to face the new york times and find out just what deep rich means to this old grey had we're going to laser focus on yourself called honest pursuit of truth in short we're coming for you to all those shoes why are all
of those the sons of god so if you think this is something that we support it's a big business of some sort of policy though and we. of course our reaction is the same as any other birth marriage we're completely outraged that the only back and by war right. now that's the sort of stuff we're all guys you know them by right it was either get all of by the very very or entirely manner of truck. and that's the white neighborhoods across the globe. if something happens here not as bad as we have gone but it's like. when you try to look at it with children that were murdered without nashiri we're having not buddy who's in trouble another we don't know our wall of the compound what. would happen you know or
more people who kill trucks you know probably a lot of work straight that's what happens in the struggle. mike. phelan times today another mess killing this time it's a high school in pocklington florida the disco seventy. these are not just numbers these are faces these are family members these are people of the community. that are being slaughtered all across the country. six minutes and twenty seconds with an a r fifteen and my friend carmen would never complain to me about piano practice aaron finest would never call kiera miss sunshine alex shocked or would never walk into school with his brother ryan scott
people would never joke around with cameron at camp palin or mc would never hang out after school with. my colleagues today had to go pick up her daughter for eleven year old daughter from a damn good school in new york city because there was a threat of a school shooting to day. to day this is what i just think this is i get kids are texting their parents that there was going to be a shooting and i ran there to find a ton of parents so upset thinking of their kids. that's today. much more must be it for me more than to go to the you know a good loving thank you is crying from the group. as pride from the
school house how much more will be necessary to. come thank you when i'm going out to talk to the families of these loved ones that have been killed and you know sometimes. i'll sit there and i just stare at them in the waiting room. knowing that what i'm about to do is going to completely change their life i'm about to. tell them that their loved one is never coming back. and i will tell you looking at. faces of those mothers sisters you know brothers fathers those faces are often chiseled into my memory. what was frustrating is that hollywood in the bankruptcy just dumped all this money in the one nation visitors who had the and now raise take on the student protests
following the public in the high school shooting. brandy graham said the survivors have become the puppets of anti gun educate his. basic classes and they're organizing in time what to say what to do when they do interviews and who they are so with all orchestrated by these anti-gun were yes it was not. and so does politicians supported by the n.r.a. that allowed the continued slaughter of our children in our future i say get your resumes ready. the n.r.a. publicly mulct students who just witnessed the killing of their classmates. this kid ought to be marching against an hypocritical police structures they hate machines their constant except hold on no you never going to take the course. you want to attack a teenager who went to a school shooting that's who's your enemy now is a school shooting survivor
a kid who doesn't want to die. but that it is but that it we hear the first gunshot echoed through the hallways. our first response was not sounded a lot like a gunshot or that very day that did it and now they're getting or it's time to get on the side not this is going to be a mess to you for us it's like all this is that these people are going to walk away from this in like i was for me or. not mine and it wasn't actually ever the shooting to. take back that media that. however they decided that. so right now. it's not true. but david was at the shooting he recorded a video on his phone as the killings were taking place.
on. the claims videos like that a broadcast to boost and to attack citizens' rights. wasted one second to exploited tragedy for political gain. many in legacy media love mass. you guys the london. crime white mothers. care not one whit about america's school system and. if they truly cared what they would do is they would protect their goal is to eliminate the second amendment and our firearms freedoms so they can eradicate all individual freedoms. they've had
enough. they've had enough and they're going to tell you to your face wayne la pierre you're peddling. painful look in the mirror and ask yourself if it's truthful because oftentimes truth is the most painful. so. we. are. with pressure mounting for gun reform how does the n.r.a. maintain the support of so many members of congress. it really will ban the last act if you don't you are doing caroline's role is to mobilize the in a raise five million members to support pro-gun politicians we're big organization
we're very good politically been doing it a long time to regain we actually need to appreciate everything we had to replace and if you don't lawmaker up with a program maker we do we have to realize there is cheap a program mommy group plays. i remember when i was at the national rifle association i went in to see a couple of the senators and i remember very distinctly playing real hardball with them i handed the senate two letters and one letter essentially says dear fellow n.r.a. member when we came to see your senator he was walkin crn about what the new york times had to say then what you believe and. the other letter said the opposite dear fellow n.r.a. member when we came to meet with your senator he was far more concerned about your interests and your rights and what the editorial board of the new york times had to
say now that's hardball that's how you play the game. we have to make sure that we're fighting in the presidential front senate struck out from you guess we just can't afford to take a step backwards. we concentrate on a lot of the words that strategically look you have most impact. is to try to realistically strategically decide are there some politician who can be corrected in. one nation is james ashby knows how a stranger would react. even if a loon to the pound he was asking for american gun money he gets if i'm. wrong about. this it does from my head every single minute of every dime. so his meetings in washington were to be kept secret also he sort.
of mentioned old in north america but i think it might actually sink one night she as a political force in astride a. majority is trying population still very very strong for. for trying to one pick that with an argument that says i want a third party lobby group in another political jurisdiction to dictate terms to you mike's licensed this would be the last thing you try to pick through the back. and i don't care have you off i'm sorry but i find it really may only be a great day to be asked to have this view out well they're out of a movie about. yet right.
in the next episode of how to sell a massacre one nation lands a meeting with energy giant coat industries. good god it can do for. you to get rid of. the n.r.a. gives one nation more political advice you want to put messaging out there so if you go out race in a mad easy that your stance and a warning from ashby to roger to keep their communications secret procure a treat i want for themselves over your drawing. boards truck price for a few seconds or.
a time of change and discovery that things that it dated and then. you see a time to forge an identity not saying anything bad about accepting the baby to mean your whole life plans to truly disgusting nine hundred ninety nine south africa up to revisit the children of apartheid seventy years on as they grow and develop with a country like fourteen up south africa part two on al-jazeera. hello there we've still got our violent weather system with us across the middle east at the moment if we take a look at the satellite picture we can see the huge area of cloud that's given us all flooding in parts of iran and that stretching all the way up towards the northeastern parts of all maps now that system is still going to be with us as we head through the day on says day still a few poky outbreaks of right but it really gets going again as we head through
friday friday looks like that what weather really will be quite heavy for some of us in afghanistan and could cause quite a few problems towards the west on friday we're also going to see another weather system push in here so for some of us in turkey in syria will be a lot of rain and some of that will still be turning to snow i mean for the towards the south and the cloud that we've seen over the arabian peninsula is now here for the day so that is over parts of saudi arabia and the u.a.e. just about stretching into as well as we head into friday that system breaks up so most of us returning to the sunshine well we're getting up to a pleasant twenty eight degrees at the moment which is eighty two in fahrenheit i mean for the towards the south of the many of us in the southern parts of africa the weather is not causing us too many additional problems now we see a few showers there over parts of madagascar there's a stretching out through tons of me and across towards the west the some of us and the like it'll be over today on friday.
a ship hijacked by migrants from the mediterranean is boarded by. continues despite prime minister to resign. and killer robots. which could soon become reality. growing international calls. so that algiers constitutional council is asking president. to resign or be declared unfit for office on monday the army chief said a constitutional provision that allows for a president to be removed on medical grounds should be invoked the ruling f.l.n. party has now backed him but the opposition has rejected this saying the whole government should get an algerian media reports say at least eleven private jets business been placed
a beautiful of being prevented from taking off from us. that's right on the level of this we can speak to how neighboring tunisia and what's next is that you have. well basically the ramifications from the decision made by the army to trigger article one hundred two is reverberating across the whole country with some of the key allies of president of the as it were jumping out of what they consider to be a ready a sinking boat his own party the f.l.n. the front for national liberation which has dominated politics in algeria for most five decades is distancing itself from the president and asking for his removal and many in our politicians top army commanders party leaders are saying it's about time to trigger article one or two now the local media is talking about some top commanders resigning without any official confirmation they also say that
. close sources in the government told them that the private jets belong to some businessman's affiliated businessmen affiliated with president abbas these were widely accused by the people over to make massive fortune over the last few years illegally and they were banned from leaving the country now. all eyes are on the constitutional council and when there will make the decision there were reports that they met yesterday without further elaborating on whether they are moving to worst trigger in the article one zero two but all indications suggest it's just going to be a matter of time before they call the parliament to convene to vote on article one or two the problem here is that we have big now many voices saying that how can we trust an establishment the has no legitimacy or credibility and that even if
it goes to the parliament many consider the parliament to have come to power in illegal or unfair elections to the point where some political parties are now saying that they are ready to pull out from the from from the parliament which is going to further deepen the political crisis in syria or how sometimes very much it has you are reporting that now maltese own forces have taken control of a merchant ship that was hijacked by migrants it was carrying the ship it is now being score to to malta one hundred eight migrants on board had been rescued by the cargo ships crew but see it took control after they realized they were being taken back to libya we can speak now intelligence as mahmud of the wide who joins us on the phone line from the libyan capital and this is all been unfolding very recently tell us more about what you know. we'll according to the multiuse may be. a special operation units manage it a multi special on
a separation unit meant you to board and. on board the ship secured the vessel then scotland to the maltese sure and. what is expected now is that the tank has a crew alongside only migrants who are accused of piracy are all expected to be handed over to the maltese police for for them to begin it seems the that it is a hijacking operation at the monkeys may be. stated that in a radio communication that the captain of the ship said that he was forced and sickened by the migrants and he was forced to change its course towards towards more now that he's in to get minutes met he was some consider
the operation that piracy and he said that the vessel changes its course yesterday when it was going back to the libyan sure around six no to kill miles away from big libyan capital tripoli. so it changes its course. to the most we understand that the migrants on board the vessel fear being get back to libya. because they might face the city violations the usually face at the hands of a lot of people of smugglers and that includes extortion and in some cases in some cases rape and killing my runs in detention centers in libya. suffer from malnutrition and despite the fact that supervisors in detention centers
almost deny that lives because of this will say it's their right to capture the migrants and return them back or send them back to libya because they believe that the migrants have violated libyan sovereignty by risible in spring libya illegally and second of all by of libyan shores two of the few iraq nic robertson is very much indeed. reporting back to syria where the state news agency is reporting a number of asteroids have hit the northern city of aleppo. the syrian arab news agency says it's was an israeli attack in syria's defenses intercepted several missiles videos have been shed on social media showing explosions in eleven zero has not yet been able to verify the claims well meetings are taking place to decide the fate of forty thousand syrians trapped in
a remote camp united nations is taking part in discussions with the russian military the syrian government and representatives of those iraq come the u.n. told out zero the majority want to leave but they've not been given any security guarantees so to reports now from beirut. it's no place for children is how the united nations describes camp makeshift schools provide some sense of normalcy but since the beginning of the year twelve children among their newborns have died of malnutrition and preventable diseases conditions are desperate for the forty thousand syrians stranded in this remote corner of syria last month damascus and its ally russia opened core doors to allow people to leave a few families left but the majority were too afraid the only route is to what are now government held areas of homs province according to the united nations damascus has yet to provide security guarantees despite people wanting to leave. protection
comes to be addressed among these. families bringing some pretense their own people feel they could face legal challenges. military duty the united nations is now involved in the dialogue between the russian military the syrian government and representatives of the camp it calls the talks a positive first step but while it waits for a sustainable solution the u.n. wants to continue to have humanitarian access to the camp the last aid delivery was in february a united nations survey shows most of the camp's residents want to return to their homes in government controlled territories but they all expressed concerns about their safety and security the united nations says those concerns are justified it has repeatedly criticized the lack of legal protections and it has been calling on the syrian government to granted access to all parts of the country where the displaced and refugees have returned. conditions are making it harder for those in
iraq about to survive smuggling routes have been closed by government forces so goods that to reach the camp are too expensive the displaced fear the situation will only get worse little progress was made in their talks with government officials. that are obstacles that are slowing down the return of one of them is the down story does have still not given security clearance just walked and even if they get this clearance many count leave because they can't afford to pay for transportation the syrian government is negotiating from a position of strength it won't guarantee unimpeded access for aid deliveries and it won't open safe routes to the rebel controlled north for now rock bands population is given the choice of living in misery or returning home without security guarantees. paydirt the un security council has been discussing u.s. president donald trump's recognition of the occupied golan heights as israeli
territory yeah meeting came at the request of the syrian government on monday trump signed a proclamation which the us recognize israel's annexation of the area un resolutions class the golan heights as occupied territory israel seized it from syria during the nine hundred sixty seven israeli war. the british parliament has failed to agree on an alternative for prime minister to resume maze bricks at club and peace of rejected eight different options for the country's withdrawal from the european union will only answer is i'm a promise she would step down if the deal she agreed with the e.u. last november is passed by parliament but it's already failed twice need baka as this report. the world's cameras are trained on the british parliament waiting for breaks that break through protesters an hour permanently on patrol on the pavements outside for many the workings of this house appearing creasing lee mystifying but
after months of bricks of paralysis could things be starting to move in a close meeting with conservative m.p.'s theresa may said she's prepared to make the ultimate move and step down as prime minister after she's delivered breck's it i know there is a desire for a new approach a new leadership in the second phase of the brakes at negotiations he said and i won't stand in the way of that but we need to get the deal through and deliver bracks it i'm prepared to leave this job earlier than i intended in order to do what is right for our country and our party she concluded by asking everyone in the room to back a deal to allow for a smooth and orderly breaks it but. but so far the u.k.'s departure has been anything but that deals being resoundingly rejected twice but on wednesday she once again championed her plan we have a deal which cancels our e.u. membership fee we don't see you making our lords which gives us our own.