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tv   Whos Killing The Elephants  Al Jazeera  August 19, 2019 7:33am-7:59am +03

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leaving the last one being. in the united. states as one. a month out of. the abyss that the liberals also knew that in. the. play that are.
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listed on the jury i would put that. one was so much as i don't live in the city going to india and the money i don't want that they're not going to do it on you in a peculiar year i think if we're going to do it in the. room with their families the easier for them to get in the face is really you and your people you really get to have all your mind and god in a funnel when you notice but you want to give it a little for the good overloaded with a bit of fun to go with it or let the numbers of the evening you go to the forefront if you undo would be premature to mention matured being a modern. american people and uploaded to you tube. i did a book there would have been no money. if
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you just had a business in the famous movie the realm of the ordinary really as it was i too would have been to. the wall buckle in on a little. while though i will overwhelm. scott's congress isn't going to get it i'm just going to stand against the free speech and then after this your history this gives some justice. system back from me and.
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the people of. my no need to give them. an awful. lot of time at home let me. know what they want to avoid the boy's. mother in a father. that's got himself up to me and. my then and i want to know that i mean that. we're out of the process. i'm not. going to get the way
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that. so i'll go on the on the down on most a and i got up and i put. the both of the. i mean i don't know by the numbers you know below market of their. they you know really are this are you other than i over there are others who are out of the car modes of amber. i live in the park and i saw others on the norm with. the prices that are of a narrative about this distance of the me of a couple but i think we're very proud of the process in that area to rule more of the. lives of the. cozumel and the what are they are. very you know they go there where the where because we're doing a live shot right by one of them oh. so you're not available either
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united in a fantasy about this or not and all get up i am one. of a kind of feeling my you left feeling mitigate others who don't at all on the. other end of the lane or not we. will we'll be that idea didn't under find to know what a more they are long laws and get our foot in with it in our lives and get it to the formulation gary and let them get. on their toes lay our pocket chemical paul my key and then the mood when i'm up on my is emitted here the one. on the face focus on my leave
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a cool sting alone the colander sign a long way to go on the level and are not on the night in a i don't play in the needle nickel avoid a can with it and them and tell you to lie and go what am i doing. you know even those on the beach some of those may going to tell us what happened on the march to make them want to. put up or modify them without me alimony payments i'm kinda thinking about in the middle.
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gets to 6 people. also no product in the swami and 5 men who got it all to get back i've been given the death sentence. you're going to be discarded until you die i just i thought. i'd. come so much. not. only was the leader of the really good guy
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even if. it. was going to be able to be the do not want to not be the only ended up. going to he did. i lose my cool there believe me you might just possibly i don't i mean see if you let me with. this one go my mom goes sorry. lulu for the liberty that you claim it is a good. deal but not enough to fund all female gentry i mean if you're going. to lay off. the mother. you know those who.
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are. tired of the late fall. to me on your c.v. . and i. didn't mean what sort of. a relief it. was you know that i need to be. going to bed earlier and that may matter now we don't ever get a couple and then i may let. you know what i do not i mean not a thing of what i'm going to put my dear madam and i'm just wondering if you will appeal.
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and leverage and everything yet and don't tell us a little. mclean and. yeah that's it oh yeah let them know it's also a little. less. i'm going what i love in an article. the most on that that i'm going to learn mr knightley i demand a particular barber diversity over the you never got to say i didn't look at
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animals that are not. now that idea then of the good of not putting me about the good no doubt about the door. but having a democratic will operate in i would be the number kid on the pulpit for newton up but that was a demon an apartment that. apartment day yeah but what i know you know wouldn't live in that sort of a foreigner never want to never have to live what i know not a mother no no i was going to get it and the family board would go and yell at them get it done as a form of funding for i would say the it will be what you would need and what i think i lament that yeah i know we do is to begin to have a formal do we have a rhythm with. our producer. on the play ambient and imo what i learned sadly but you do you know i love i don't know not that i was in mind that and i got to learn the out as alleviate the it out in the garden and what i did to leverage in my.
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number my committee and i'm on my family had i'm going to do now my good one and again. a little good. but i mean. i'm not i'm one of the military does not let. a kid. almost no one kind of maybe born a lot. ah oh you know the really nothing. good in a limited number of people. are. both bottom out. in again you know if i need to get this i mean any book on i and. others accept
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president on the trump says that progress is being made in afghanistan talks and gives a clearer picture of how many american troops will stay there. hundreds of thousands in hong kong defy the government and the weather to stage of the protest. and an urban oasis we visit an expensive park in the heart of one of the world's most polluted cities. the iranian oil tanker held for 6 weeks off the coast of japan has set sail earlier gibraltar refused a request from the u.s. department of justice to seize the vessel a supreme court judge in the british territory ordered the tankers released let's go live that around to simmons who's in gibraltar forest so andrew the vessel is under sail but where is it going. just looking at the
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tracking devices now it is at the moment it's taken off from its and courage has been heading slowly navigating the shipping in the approach to gibraltar is not in the strait of gibraltar yet remember this is a tiny british territory here and it's very very of the tip of the barrier in peninsular with north africa just a short distance away it looks as if it's heading east and that is towards the mediterranean. could join quite soon the international shipping lanes in the strait of gibraltar this had been a long affair preparation for this ship we saw the loading of supplies several hours before darkness and the boarding on the ship using a rather interesting basket and navigate a special safety basket of. device winched up by crane to bring up a technician brought in flown in to fix something we don't know what at least 5
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other crew members now this technician was there only temporarily something like 4 to 5 hours before going back to shore once he was off the ship it then raised it sank 80 meets a depth a big process and then slowly moved off we've heard radio transmissions between the. portal thoughts is and the ship port authority is asking it to step on it effectively and navigate around other shipping this is a colossal super tanker with its 1200000 barrels of like crude oil with one $140000000.00 where it's heading to the. destination unknown it just says on the transponder mediterranean and that appears to fit with the tracking so far physical tracking hasn't been possible because of the heavy swell of sea of waves around this. ship safety
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a real problem out there for smaller craft but this ship is underway and adrian daria one renamed with an iranian flag now heading in the direction of the mediterranean and why was the u.s. request to continue this vessels detention tonight. that is a really quite a long and complex issue but try to put it simply i will simply that the united the the united states approach was based upon sanctions reintroduced against iran much much broader than the european union sanctions now when with the as it was grace one known back 6 weeks ago when it was seized by the royal navy marines from britain and the gibraltar job role tarion security forces it was actually set said to be bound for syria and so under
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a you sanctions it was in contravention now wants an assurance was made to the supremes court legal documents given in diplomatic talks at the iranians made it a solid commitment that they would not go to syria however later the foreign ministry said that they never were going there in the 1st place but the point is this that as far as gibraltar is concerned as far as the european union is concerned and the united kingdom this ship is no longer in contravention of any laws and it's already registered now perfectly legal with an iranian flag and there is assurance insurance in place there's a new crew on board a transponder is working we can see that and the crew are all on board obviously and she's been renamed and the lettering is on all the right parts of the ship of course the united states wanted to pursue this but we heard on sunday from the
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gibraltar government but they they could not take the request any further from the united states because it wasn't in the joint jurisdiction and furthermore the i.c. argy that sees the mic revolutionary guards corps are registered in the us as being a terrorist organization that's not the case in europe and. so really you have a reflection here of the politics of it all europe wanted to go softer on iran post nuclear deal being diminished completely because of donald trump's actions and the u.s. want to go harder what happens next is unclear where will this ship go to that's the point where will it go no one is quite sure right now the u.s. is pretty foxed on what to do next i was there as anderson and reporting live from draw to andrew many thanks u.s. president of trumpets giving a clearer picture about the number of u.s. troops that will remain in afghanistan saying that around 13000 will stay in the country his announcement comes eisel claimed responsibility for one of the
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deadliest attacks in the last 18 months in kabul trump also said that he'd had very good talks between the taliban and the afghan government. we're talking to afghanistan oh about the government and also talking to the taliban have a very good discussions we'll see what happens we've really got it down to probably 13000 people and we'll be bringing it down a little bit more and there will decide whether or not we'll be staying longer and we have been very good discussions with the taliban who have a very good discussions with the afghan government i think it's very important that we continue intelligence there in all cases because it is somewhat of a nest for her to get us and we have things under control very well with this ball force we could probably make it a little bit smaller and then we'll decide it will depend on the taliban it will depend on the afghan government but there is
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a case to be made and the case also is that we're going to be leaving very significant intelligence behind for just the reasons i stated in afghanistan families have begun to bury those who were killed in saturday's attack eisel claimed responsibility for killing 63 people who were attending a wedding reception just a warning you may find some of the pictures syncellus bonuses reports to stopping. awaiting that a suicide bomber turned into a massacre these people are waiting to hear without their relatives and friends survived this is the image on the link i want to stick that's the big i'm here to find out about my son to find out if he's ok some people say that his neck is injured some people say his hand is injured he's not answering his phone i don't know what to do. more than 1000 people at the waiting for a young couple from ask and shia muslim minority to his zahra the marriage certificate had just been signed when i saw a suicide attacker wearing
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a vest packed with explosives dessen a ship in near the stage. muslim officer were done with. the figure i was at the back of the waiting hall when suddenly. a big explosion happened i fell down and when i stood up i saw titles and people scattered on the ground the scene was awful my brother was injured and most of my friends were killed i didn't know at that time what to do who should i help 1st in shock saki hasn't moved from the spot all night. at another hospital we found cerise 14 hours after the explosion he worked from his coma as we filmed he was the lead singer in keyboard player in the wedding band in the us i mean the most wonderful nobody was being opened up when he was being when we leave our home in the morning we don't know if we'll come back to life if we send our children to school we do not know their fate we don't trust any security even at a wedding this can happen but i do not know if i'll be alive in an hour or not. so
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respond was made up of 7 family members his brothers and cousins they were on stage preparing to play during the waiting dinner when the bomb went off so race is the only survivor and this is what he would have plays at the wedding hall stuff cleaned up a mop the ground not the spilled drink but the spilled blood they lost colleagues to with dozens killed in nearly $200.00 injured this was the deadliest explosion in kabul in more than 18 months. series family brought us to hill overlooking the city here is where the band's drummer mohamed haneef was buried just hours earlier on a person's and you're going on why should we be killed it's for nothing what is our sin what have we done wrong we feed our children and isolates killing those without committing a crime we asked the government why they aren't stopping them. i still has claimed responsibility for the attack it often target shia minority in this neighborhood
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with elections just 6 weeks away president danny is under pressure and has called an emergency security meeting for the taliban also commented calling the attack.


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