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tv   The Stream 2019 Ep 127  Al Jazeera  August 8, 2019 10:32pm-11:01pm +03

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numbers of victims and wounded survivors being treated in hospitals. in both cities public protests were held against trump in dayton the now familiar blimp depicting the president as a scowling baby flew over the crowd in el paso democratic party figure said trump was not welcome he's used our community as a. sports represented yard described as something dangerous city a place to be clear describe to people in my community panics immigrants ask people to get me to take responsibility. senator cory booker who is running for the democratic presidential nomination excoriated trump's rhetoric at the african-american church in south carolina where an avowed white supremacist gunned down 9 black or shippers in 2015 the ant act of anti latino anti immigrant hatred we witnessed this past weekend did not start with the hand that
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pull the trigger it was sold from the highest office in our land we receive tweets and rhetoric helpful words at all to minutely in danger the lives. people in our country before leaving washington dismissed his detractors my critics are political people that run the base for medicaid they're running for president they're very low in the fall. as for the prospects of more restrictive gun laws president trump said he and congress would come up with something quote really good but gave few specifics he said a ban on assault style weapons like the one that sprayed death in el paso seemed politically out of reach now people here in el paso and in neighboring cities across the border with mexico are preparing for another painful ordeal the 1st of $22.00 funerals will be held on thursday robert oulds al jazeera el paso and
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just hours before trump arrived in el paso which is predominantly a hispanic community u.s. immigration agents carried out what they're calling their largest raids in a decades nearly 700 workers an agricultural plants in towns on mississippi words their nationalities haven't been released more from our white house correspondent kimberly halkett to talk us through these raids kimberly. yeah the just the juxtaposition of these raids taking place targeting those who are have not only entered the united states illegally but in most cases the trumpet ministrations says were also working under false identities using false social security numbers and other government identifiers in order to attain these jobs that this these raids that we had 700 people rounded up put on buses in some cases in front of
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their children who were nearby or exit in day care centers has really underscored kind of the lack of sort of awareness that the troubled ministration has in terms of public relations at minimum pretty tone deaf as the president is trying to unite the country and redirect some of the concerns about the el paso shooter and his targeting of hispanics the administration is the sort of many people would argue inflicting prefer their pain and so this off back and forth often split screen on the television is what many people say was really poorly timed now the administration for its part says that these are not just people who have allegedly entered the united states illegally but they're targeting the employers that have often entered into mexico and other central american countries promising jobs bringing these individuals up and they say they are trying to tackle the problem
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going after the companies that are facilitating this not necessarily the individuals but of course it's always individuals that are caught as an administration says is trying to combat a problem a crisis that has been growing on the south border of the united states for quite some time so yes the largest raid in more than a decade some 680 migrants that were rounded up the again the term administration saying all of these individuals will have a chance to have their cases heard in court those that have a humanitarian or compassionate need to stay in the united states will allow that case to be heard rights committee thank you. elite special forces of kurdistan have arrested the former president back. storming his home that's according to local media it was the 2nd attempt to arrest him a soldier was killed during wednesday's failed raid some of his supporters were injured is they disrupted the operation near the capital bishkek. wanted for
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corruption as well as abuse of power he says the accusations are politically motivated. america's top diplomat says a free trade agreements with britain is ready to be signed as soon as it happens the us secretary of state welcomed britain's foreign secretary dominic robin washington the new prime minister boris johnson says britain will leave on october 31st with or without a deal with e.u. leaders some britons fear a u.s. trade deal will threaten food standards as well as the national health service firefighters in northern peru are trying to stop a forest fire from reaching ancient ruins emergency crews have battled the blaze for 4 days it's threatening an income settlement dating back to the 6th century. just a moment. across
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the united states indigenous families are searching for their loved ones for relatives of people who go missing finding closure is often impossible people are meeting here to raise money for the search efforts of the young woman advocates and family members have started to raise awareness about the high rates of violence that disproportionately impact indigenous communities most tribal police departments are understaffed and under-resourced another factor is that tribes don't have jurisdiction over non-native americans for all crimes there but a lot of concerns that the federal agencies don't respond that they don't take these crimes seriously a lack of evidence is the main recent federal officials for declining to prosecute crimes on reservations that shouldn't be the end of the discussion. there should be
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then a ok let's see what went wrong in this case why the is no evidence or why the evidence isn't good enough and make sure that that's not happening yet. again time for the sports those with rahul 3 thank you very much just a few hours to go before the football transfer window in england closes pearlie clubs rushing to get last minute deals done ahead of the new season which begins on florida probably club photo spread over a $1000000000.00 so far this we know we're trying to give the man city a bit shargel their latest acquisition portugese the friend that i bought from the event is for $73000000.00 it comes in a deal that saw another defend that then he moved to your bones for over
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$40000000.00. in clinton persona i'm very happy it's a great club i'm very happy to be here to be able to experience english football i hope to come here for a while so it's a big step in my career. another player off to italy is romelu lukaku the 26 year old belgian arrived even in milan in the early hours of thursday having swapped manchester united for in 10 for around $89600000.00 that's subject to a medical all right to washington where d.c. united are trying for the 1st time since it was announced that their captain wayne rooney is leaving then his team mates will still get to play with him for the rest of the major league soccer season but then he's off to become a player character in english club darby county in january. you know when he is a very good player he proved a lot and when he came i score a lot of goal. is a leader for the team saw. is going to be a big loss for next year yet but you don't pay you even the player you know
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we try to do for him all the time so like i say he's going to be a big loss for for us but because until you know this isn't. the ashley barty's shock early exit in a soccer move to regarding how world tennis number one ranking by reaching the 3rd round of the rogers cup serina williams and russian adult also won their matches in canada david starts reports. i'm back on court for the 1st time since her 1st round defeat at wimbledon niamey osaka knew that victory would put her in pole position to reclaim her number one ranking against germany staci ana maria the japanese 2nd seed breezed through the opening set taking it 6 games to 2. percent and as it turned out that was job done her opponent retired injured and i saw was gifted a place in the last 16 the only other person you can now be to top spot is the
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czech republic's carolyn a piss given she needs to reach the semifinals in toronto this week and she got over the 1st hurdle beating the american qualifier alison risk in 3 sets. as usual serena williams was the box office act later in the evening playing for the 1st time since losing to simona halep in the wimbledon final her power game overwhelmed belgium's at least merton's on the way to a straight sets victory was williams's cheating up for the u.s. open later this month still chasing a record equalling $24.00 career grand slam title was. over at the men's tournament in montreal top seed rafa nadal was put through his paces in his 1st match british qualifier down evans making it would every point was down to the opening set on a tie break and there were more epic volleys to follow in the 2nd set. of my was again it was the spaniard who won the key battles and eventually secured his place in round 3 i next up the
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dow will face argentina's ditto pella was. the scene and the montreal crowd were in full voice for their local star teenager felix seem he took the 1st set of fellow canadian run it before the match came to a premature end run each with drawing with a bad back an early birthday present for the same returns 19. thursday. they did stokes al-jazeera. struggling to manage his back injury is the p.g.a. tour playoffs get underway later on as a target been inconsistent since winning the masters in april and has been suffering with the head of the northern trust open it's the 1st of what could be 3 told with back to back if he qualifies for the season ending torture budget which of course he won last year woods deliberately cut back his schedule this season is worried his body might not hold up yes there is concern yeah. because.
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given. hopefully. the pressures that i would be facing obviously hopefully put myself in contention that's that's why he gets difficult you know if you're missing cuts who cares i mean you're taking weekends off and you know complexity is a rest but. i try to get myself where i mean contention where yeah it takes a toll on you and that's what i want to feel sri lanka to play test cricket in pakistan again 10 years after they were targeted in a terrorist attack in karachi or the timor show jeweled supply pakistan in syria in october sri lankan security delegation is currently in karachi assessing safety the 2009 attack on the team bus resulted in several players being injured with 6 policemen and 2 civilians killed. track and field events while on the why the part american games in the peru capital lima the i hunger me to the or is one of the
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heart lies this is women's rights with one barge america's the toy viola the 28 year old winning. gold all. that is always well from what i said the ranks are a whole see you later thanks for watching news hour more news coming up on al-jazeera and just a moment by. going. in a country with high youth unemployment one again i say helps turn school children into entrepreneurs. by a wide fundraising empowering them to reclaim their futures meet them out already bestowing my show us how to make it back and build more prosperous communities some of the invest the money into the business of school from the. heart of the bible education series on al-jazeera. the tut.
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america is divided like never before each side is so convinced that they are absolutely correct that the other side is dangerous as a wall and strict immigration policy people in power investigates the partisan politics eroding civil. to american democracy are you concerned that the political divisions today could lead to violence. this strange death of american civility. on al-jazeera. indian security forces arrest 500 people in the disputed kashmir region and tells pakistan to stop meddling in its affairs. look at it if you will. pakistan rules out any military action for now in its disputed.
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results is there a live from. also coming up millions at risk of starvation u.n. experts call for a better planning of land use the effects of climate change food production. as donald trump's accuse of racist rhetoric in texas immigration agents arrested hundreds in mississippi. hello indian security forces have arrested around 500 people in indian administered kashmir new delhi is warning its neighbor pakistan to stay out of its business and we are getting some reports that suggest all 40 years are allowing schools and government offices to reopen on friday the crackdown in the disputed territory is now into its 4th day many people in kashmir have been confined to their homes
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living without telecommunications or the internet india announced on monday it was taking away the region's autonomy within the last few hours pakistan's foreign minister gave a statement in which he ruled out any military action. pakistan is looking at political. diplomatic and legal options. my. we are not looking at a military option we are not here is a state of play in kashmir or take a look at what india considers to be its sovereign territory but its more complicated on the ground india administers part of the disputed kashmir region pakistan the other china also administers part of the territory the indian and pakistan administered parts are separated by the internationally recognized line of control where the conflict over the kashmir valley has forced thousands of families
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to be separated so many who now live in refugee camps on the pakistani side say they fear for their relatives under indian control some a binge of aid reports from the camp in pakistan administered kashmir mocking me i'm not a good member of the body maybe safina moved from indian administered kashmir in the 1990 s. to this refugee camp her family has lived through the highs and lows of relations between india and pakistan but says this time it's different i didn't then all day and night for 10 it's been 3 days since we have heard from my sister and her family i heard rumors that 40 to 50 people have been killed we don't know anything even the internet is shot are they even alive her husband says they escaped when he was tortured and had his fingers and toes broken by indian forces occupying their lands . all we want to freedom for god sake is there anyone listening any muslims all over the world the un god will ask him on the day of judgment. the conflict over
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kashmir has separated many families for years with 35000 people live in refugee camps on the pakistani side of the divided region most people in the war camp are from indian administered kashmir although temporary structures have been turned into concrete homes but almost every household has family or relatives cell on the other side they fear the worst as the indian government crackdown continues. there a blowhard he came here when she was just over a year old she went to school in the camp and now teaches at a college for refugees one of her brothers was killed before they moved and her mother says indian forces have killed other relatives in their fight for freedom it's an emotional issue when she talks about not being able to contact her extended family because phone lines and the internet remains cut off. what if they're burned alive what if they were killed we don't know anything about what's happening in our kashmir what's happening to my brothers sisters and children there's anyone
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care at the girls' school in the camp children discuss politics as parents in most homes talk about a freakish me or a few weeks before the latest escalation seated far ochs relatives are asked them not to call anymore because they fear harris meant by indian security forces tonight. they say if we talk to them they will be detained so we haven't spoken to them for many days we are very worried and we've seen on t.v. that people are being persecuted in kashmir even the children here know about how tensions are flared since constitutional changes by india to the status of kashmir kashmiris here say india is holding 12000000 of their people hostage and are calling on pakistani government leaders to do more than the usual rhetoric some of the job it does they are. our guest on administered kashmir priyanka running us now from new delhi and as the war of words continues between the 2 sides priyanka what more you hearing about indian official reaction to what's coming out of.
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well to read what we have heard so far is the usual a stated position from india on the issue of disputed kashmir region which is that it is in india's internal matter we have seen a strongly worded statement coming out of the ministry of external affairs to the foreign ministry here in new delhi saying that pakistan's accusing pakistan of taking a unilateral action. about the decision that pakistan made on a superior trade ties with india and also scaling back a diplomatic relations with new delhi. india is accusing pakistan of in forking what it calls an alarmist vision in the region for the international community and saying that pakistan's efforts to do that will not succeed if you've also heard strong statements coming out from the indian defense minister and also several political parties have also come out retreating india's position that such should not meddle in a phase all right thank you the u.s.
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has raised the travel warning for hong kong as protesters there plan yet another weekend of demonstrations a senior chinese official overseeing hong kong affairs has warned the city is facing its biggest crisis since its handover back to chinese rule 22 years ago rob mcbride reports from hong kong. sweltering through its summer of unrest hong kong prepares for another weekend of protests a short way across the border in the mainland city of shenzhen a meeting of pro beijing business and political leaders is told to support the beleaguered hong kong government its intended all 4 year spirit conveyed by the central government is to stop the violence and end the chaos violence is not good for hong kong at all. hundreds of protesters have been arrested in increasingly violent clashes with some now facing prosecution for the serious
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offense of rioting that many lawyers believe is politically motivated we are no political prosecution of thousands of lawyers staged a protest how they asked the department of justice immediately charged the protesters while the suspected triad gang members filmed beating up protesters last month still haven't been charged with the obstacles. and it's. not the us this. was the department of justice says it's above any political interference but the suspicion is it's fast tracking the prosecution of people on rioting charges to keep a lid on the violence although for many that does nothing to resolve the underlying problems here like trying to buy an apartment in the world's most expensive property market working in financial services will laois relatively lucky and could
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one day by his own home many he went to college with can't they don't and that much so in that case it might take. decades for them to save up of the deposit for the lump sum that you pay for for for the flat for him and the hundreds of thousands who've been protesting peacefully there's the deeper discontent with inequality and the political system which doesn't offer the true democracy to address it we're we've been driving people like myself or you know my peers taking it to the streets and protesting against the government is is that the fact that we see not just the difficulty but the fact that we see you know there are growing imbalance in the system it's a system under increasing strain not sure how many more we can end up here bulls can bear bryant al-jazeera hong kong or china has surprised stock market investors by announcing better than expected trade figures the 3.3 percent rise in exports in
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july was the fastest for 4 months because of increased demand worldwide but imports remain weak and could get worse as the trade war with the united states intensifies and after the u.s. treasury designated china as a currency manipulator styler has more from beijing. in a very normal practice china released its trade figures for the previous month now these are very abnormal times with the increasingly tense trade war it has with the united states who has clicked through some of the numbers they're very volatile and this is something probably going to see over the coming months when you look at the imports from the united states that has been down again 19 percent exports in the united states from china that's down 6.5 percent again those are figures that have been declining steadily over the last several months because of these tariffs the united states has imposed but overall exports now this is something that beat expectations here china it rose 3.3 percent of the goods from china going abroad to
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all nations now that could be possibly a lot of nations manufacturing companies in the pre-buying a lot of their supply chain needs because they're expecting these next rounds of tariffs to come from the united states so we're seeing an uptick in that number and then the imports declined again but that's kind of what we've been seeing too from all countries coming into china that's something we'll be seeing over the last couple of months though part of the reason that these numbers are so volatile even just over the last several days we've seen a lot of back and forth in this trade war more tariffs coming from the united states the currency here in china the yuan has been evaluated that means goods in china are less expensive than they were say just last week so a lot of different factors at play but one thing we can be for sure of the coming months these trade figures are going to be very volatile stock turns in bangladesh say dengue fever spreading at a record rates more than 2000 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours alone that raises the total number of infections to more than 29000 the government says
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29 people have died from the disease bangladeshi media reports at least 60 deads medics are concerned about a further spread from cities to villages because of record numbers of numbers of female mosquitoes that carry the virus time very child really has the latest from dhaka. maglev there struggling to cope with one of the worst dengue fever outbreak in the past 20 years the number of dead steadily increasing so is the number of patients seeking treatment the hospital sources say they're having to cope with a huge number of patients seeking to get it needed because of dengue fever one of the hospital which has 400 bad told us that on an average as they're getting 200 patients a day the authorities are come sunday fear the situation could get worse because a warm weather and intermittent rain as well as because of the number of people going to go across the country due to the holidays and millions of people from dhaka city are going to travel in different parts of the district this could carry the virus dormant in the body and.


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