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tv   The Strange Death Of American Civility - P2  Al Jazeera  August 8, 2019 1:32am-2:01am +03

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feeling. and it also involves the kid can help you to prepare. good kind of keep step family through shit together. i. think bubble. bubble get it near. me give me a fire. on me. and i can hear. you but in a new you bet yeah live anywhere. if i go if i die you better remember me babe poor when you're both 67 you're still in burning. rate but look.
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i got ready tears coming over. my what a 1000000 but don't make it out tomorrow. but we don't know who to russians are. their wishes are your relatives descendants of our family i say it to me too i think to really our side of and. maybe your great great uncle
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thinking in phases last time i went over a long time. in america in russia as our intimate battling going on. people that try to go across the good in 8 this is this is my cousin and me and take that year and go there great uncle and tell you he's coming he's coming now with him look like you. need pierre washed hash. you can take.
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it so hard because the separation between us and russians makes it hard for us to event communicate. by dancing rather than dance just rebirth share that. i mean there's a great many things we're expecting to do there's a great many things we'd like to see happen but we have to have them here for an.
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easy road and we start a fun out of this situation. like you said you guys can't be feeding there for ever . if there's no if and bowl right away with the weather from zone or so the water is always still rough. you guys could do acknowledge wait for you make. your choice you know you go to do it like i said some of you do have you know let me go. you know we're. good tom he said y'all keep you informed ok we should get russian flexible right no. need to know and they still want to come not if you want to come out of cheer you know what's good for
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your. good can have hope but you know you don't want to keep it up all the time ringback ringback ringback. nasa have heard mars they won't fight tom monday but dan and i for good wells. trying to come out cheerful. it's.
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you. know. one. where i grew up here we had 20 or more elders around. now we have maybe 2 years. so having to surf and tap that it is heart felt for a lot of people because we always wish this curve for dying meets. really happening. so far rather hear that opening to hear
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more yet here. you're not hearing a. lot of the like. here a little i've been there brad said. all the people who i call. here before you know that. thank you all for. joyce good stuff we're here to take you all. ah ah. ah ah. ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah. ah ah ah ah ah ah ah. us up up.
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up up up up up up up. here and over a barrier we have fish trying to understand each other with different languages. i received this from really strong connection now. and a lot of it have to do with we are so similar with each other. not just blood but in the things we do traditionally.
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special series or more of the much you give to their oldest son and they're going to start to you know we cured you know she's the one who knows all of. us know. all the home video signals and you know. i can hear that happiness inside and laughter. of them just interact with each other in grand isle new mexico grandson. 10 years old you know their grandson hired me because they're going to take you up or to go do it i'm not fit you know the song you know. they were really
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exchanging talking about dancing and what they're doing it just came from a big guy we don't move to a little gang he. split a copy of their nephew. sister's son and her around after. the remorse or more work. earlier he was seeing the last time when he saw him he was much stronger stronger man and he was asking you did you eat these food what i'm going i'm told. when i was growing years ago. they were you. were going to. go. here i agree. well. good it has
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a piano when i think of it and then monday it's sunday thursday known we get out at 12 are we do it ok morning but how are we to. get the pick up and you know you got close to the top. 2 2 2 of my. past. when they ask us to go down to the chopper and greet i didn't know who i was really
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creating. and now that i spend a few days with them i think in a year's time i get my passport to the supreme court and 1st required we are going to visit a couple of the villages there. where the primitive. struggle through life most of it is not all happy. i've gone through a great many things. but knowing that you had times
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where you. hardware is just so cool. that helps you to remember that there's going to be a better time ahead of you. through a shed passion for elephant conservation colleagues have become friends but with civil war descending they must now protect themselves escaping deep into the rain forest all back to the western world. for the elephants surviving the poachers is a lifelong challenge now to they must now at last a rebel militia and often a witness documentary on al-jazeera. and
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. cartoonish. new yorkers are very receptive. because it is such an international city they are very interested in that global perspective that.
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captaining a. 16 years old takes determination. to that staying on top of your game. whole family together and shares the sacrifices necessary for a son to have a shot at becoming a professional footballer. on a. pakistan cuts trade and downgrades relations with india as the security clampdown continues in indian administered kashmir. is there alive. also coming up. expresses
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a lot. of violence in the yemeni city if. the u.s. and turkey agree to coordinate and manage a safe zone in northeastern syria. president heads to the scene of mass shootings in el paso in dayton but opponents accuse him of inciting hate crimes. fellow pakistan says it's downgrading diplomatic relations and suspending trade with india over the kashmir issue thousands of indian security forces are imposing a clamp down in indian administered kashmir 3 days off new delhi took away the region's autonomy internet has been cut curfews or in force local politicians are still detained. there have been small protests but the streets are dominated by security forces as you can see people across the line of control in pakistan
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administered kashmir have been protesting india's the situation there have been demonstrations 2 in the indian capital this one organized by a left wing group but a bill splitting the region into 2 was approved by parliament with a huge majority we have reports from both sides of the disputed region 1st al-jazeera has exclusive pictures from srinagar in indian administered kashmir which is under tight military control here's priyanka gupta. street are a ghost town troops on every corner barricades everywhere in the largest city in the indeed and listed kashmir india's government says recent troop force months are to show security to order as kashmiris see the effects of the significant changes to their autonomy and statehood now they didn't tell us anything and we walked article 370 all the phone lines are down trains are not working we haven't
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seen anything like this in kashmir in our lives. migrant workers who hope to find employment here happened stranded for days. internet is down we can't access cash machines no one is listening to our plight no one cares about us liberals. in new delhi this public filmmaker is worried about his elderly parents and she nagar he questions the timing of the government's decision to vote the states autonomy a divided into 2 federally administered territories the one thing about the timing of this decision is very seems awfully time. and so then one is forced to wonder as to why this would have happened and crudely yes the story has pushed the impending economic crisis off the front pages for this week and who knows you know until the next round of elections legal
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challenges are already being planned * the 1st public interested again against the government's decision has been filed and they are more expected some constitutional experts say that there are some legal loopholes that the judges may consider the process hat is a certain amount of skirt constitutional skullduggery which i expect. the supreme court and the other constitutional court will look at very closely constitutions do not work on the limb off a few people alone no matter how high in the constitutional structure india's government led to the party of hindu nationalists. special status was discriminatory and with a change of status to be open divestment. for now the shops
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are closed and no one knows for how long. or many in indian administered kashmir believe india's ruling party wants to change the makeup of the region's population. this is one of the many displacement camps for hundreds of thousands of hindus who fled religious violence in the mirror valley back in 1909 and the early 1990 s. many of them ended up here in java which is the hindu majority area of india to mr mir and as you can see the cap has become a lot more permanent over the years as hopes of returning home have slowly faded but now that the indian government has revoked the autonomy for the region and has passed a legislation to split the region into 2 federally run territories hopes here have been rekindled that some of these people or their descendants may be able to return to their homes in the neighboring kashmir valley many people here were against
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autonomy they say that they believe they kept out development and investment and now there's economic potential for them and everyone else but the issues of india to mr kashmir won't be resolved by the simple stroke of a pen the shutdown remains in the valley and even here in germany public assemblies have been banned as a measure to control rioting as well many are questioning the realities of going back to their homes who will guarantee their lives and livelihoods who will ensure . their safety and will they be welcomed by their muslim neighbors given the tensions that still remain here in the region so how does the region look well here is what india considers to be its sovereign territory but it's a bit more complicated on the grounds india administers part of the disputed kashmir region pakistan another and china also administer as part of the territory the indian and pakistan administered parts of kashmir are separated by the internationally recognized line of control osama bin laden has more from. mr.
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after long deliberations pakistan's national security committee has come out with recommendations that the government will be following up that includes a downgrading by bilateral relations and diplomatic relations with india pakistan will not be sending its ambassador to india and ask the indian ambassador to leave the country it also includes cutting off all sorts of trade worth about $2000000000.00 a year and although these measures are seen as some bullets many analysts have seen except i've seen this with a sigh of relief that pakistan has not escalated the situation as government ministers in the last few days were saying that pakistan also reserves the right and all options are on the table including war and bugs i reserve the right to send more reinforcements to the line of control the language divides the do sys there's been a heated parliamentary sessions in the last 48 hours where we heard fiery speeches from both sides of the aisle the government ministers defending their position on issues we the prime minister saying that he cannot go to war and will be using all
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avenues available to him including the united nations security council and will be taking the matter to all of his allies as well the opposition saying that the government should have responded earlier to richard responded with much more force and this is a diplomatic tale here on pakistan side that it was caught unaware of india's move there was also criticism on that iran can government abide these politicians saying that the man can came back to the country saying that the united states and the trumpet ministration will play the role of a mediator while india has rejected it and pakistan has not even been able to resurrect what the trumpet ministration has promised us this is coming on the bag drop off all of the all of that is happening in the indian side of katrina we've been speaking to families who've been telling us that they're desperate for news about their loved ones people have been hearing rumors that many people have been killed in the indian administered kashmir by security forces but the internet and
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phone blockade continues and people are saying that this fear that the worst is yet to come. the united nations envoy to yemen says he's alarmed by fighting in the city of aden and is calling on warring parties to talk at least one person was killed those forces of the internationally recognized government confronted fighters backed by the united arab emirates both sides have been united in their battle against hold the fighters during yemen's 4 year war analysts say rival agendas and a recent missile strike that killed $36.00 soldiers are causing friction martin griffiths the special envoy for yemen said he is alarmed by the military escalation that are taking place in today including reports of clashes in the vicinity of the presidential palace he's also deeply concerned by the recent rhetoric encouraging violence against yemeni institutions mr griffiths said that escalations of violence will contribute to instability and suffering in arden and will deepen yemen's political and social divisions the special envoy calls on all parties involved to
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abandon violence and engage in dialogue to resolve differences heal sergers all those with influence to deescalate the situation and ensure the protection of civilians let's get an update to it. joining us from the yemeni capital sanaa let us know what's behind the latest fighting in a than one month. yes the situation in aden is a bit chaotic especially that the following the funeral procession of the commander of the what is known as the security brigades backed by the united arab emirates those who are loyal to the man who are was killed in these whole fees or track of the parade that has been stayed this week. along with other commanders and soldiers so this procession have been have been for fall down their companies by 1st confrontations between those who are loyal to the killed commander and also
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those who are loyal to the internationally recognized governments of haiti so the sage the sale the presidential palace in aden there are reports that they have already taken control of the 1st gate of the presidential palace there members of the governments have or have been have fled the area as of this collision continues there are reports about so many casualties and those people have been killed during the server is fear circa confrontations this iteration is a bit chaotic and their voice to yemen has condemned this such a collation of 1st stories and aden there are also the observers can confirm that the what is happening in aden especially with the campaigns that have . started right away that falling be. the whole thing is that on their
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parade. many campaigns of the restaurants of those who are. from the northern side of the country those who are there those who are loyal to the commander from the. council of course which is calling for the separation of the south from the north. so from the beginning of the year there are school ation of the clock calling for this kind of separation right there there to want to take over aiden nodder to 2 tours experience for spill the big governments of hardy and call for the separation of the south and the north these are counting still some of the observers. from the service side of the country are right with an update from thank you turkey is the fence ministry says it will coordinate with the u.s. on what it's calling a piece.


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