tv The Stream 2019 Ep 139 Al Jazeera August 30, 2019 11:32am-12:01pm +03
land language the city lie at the heart of his times debate on illegal immigration . for women like us to be ball and others it's been a challenge trying to weed out doubts over what ties to him to the country. they will born in. to 0 some. have been more violent protests in the popular region of indonesia government offices and cars were set on fire in the provincial capital jayapura the region has been rocked by unrest for 2 weeks now or accusations of racial and ethnic discrimination police say 3 people were killed at a separate protest for the west in the time of day on wednesday the government cut off internet access in the region last week saying it wanted to stop people from sharing property of messages. the u.s. state of florida and georgia have declared emergencies as hurricane dorian approaches people is talking up one surprise us forecasters warn that dorian could
develop into a highly dangerous category 4 storm before hitting the state's atlantic coast present trump has canceled a trip to poland saying he'll remain in the u.s. to ensure federal resources are deployed authorities have distributed sandbags with heavy wind and rain expected to batter the forward a colts a native american tribe in the u.s. state of new jersey has filed a federal lawsuit against is neighbors the ron paul len a p nation accuses the homeowner's association of violating its right to gather and pray on its own land al-jazeera is christian salome brings us this story from. new jersey. what we've been using for thousands of the years those holding this native american ceremony believe a puff of tobacco smoke will cleanse guests taking part in the local mountains take their name from the rampolla a nation but this field barely an hour's drive from manhattan is all that's been
left to them for them this land is sacred what about this land i mean how important is that to the rules vary a bit and it's the last drop away and we have that we can openly and freely do ceremony. despite having a permit to use the land for religious and cultural purposes the tribe started receiving fines in tickets in 2016 i was surprised at the level of the animosity and the desire to remove us because if you look at the houses around here i mean there's nothing for them to fear we were asking them to move from day one it was a desire on their part to recently get rid of the tribe is officially recognized by the state of new jersey and its ties to the land which now sits in the midst of this private gated community go back generations the very name of the township comes from the line op a word for meeting place nevertheless their neighbors continued to complain about
the gatherings and the fines began to add up after a few years totaling more than $4000000.00 the neighborhood association in the town neither of whom would speak to al-jazeera sued the tribe but then a turning point for their legal team the u.s. justice department came to their defense and when you have the department of justice coming in and saying well what we see appears to be happening here is a violation of the rights religious freedom that's something a federal court judge is going to take very seriously. in a settlement the township agreed to drop all fives and allow the ceremonies to continue while the neighborhood associations lawsuit was thrown out of court now the tribe is suing the neighbors for violating its right to gather and pray hopeful for birth moral and although it is called the pen. or neighbors respond as systematically right up until this moment but for now it seems the tribes
prayers have been answered kristen salumi al-jazeera mahbubani jersey. and seeking to maintain his country's dominance in orbits us president donald trump has launched a space command within the department of defense as not to be confused with trump's long talented space force which would require approval from congress john hendren reports from washington price. it might be one small step for president trump but creating the u.s. space command marks a giant leap for the pentagon the dangers to our country constantly evolve and so must we now those who wish to harm the united states to seek to challenge us and the ultimate high ground of space it's going to be a whole different ball game the u.s. on thursday joined russia china and france in the race for a military expansion into space it's an epic goal is demolition 11th u.s.
combat command one that comes with its own flag and a 5th branch of the u.s. military joining the army navy air force and marines trump and visions a new space force though that would require an act of congress. space scum will ensure that america's dominance in space is never questioned and never threatened for the president who likes things big the allure might be in the sheer in bishan of the project what could be bigger or more forward looking than space bringing to life the stuff of science fiction and decades of pop culture. final from. it is perhaps the boldest aspiration by a u.s. president since j.f.k.'s moon shot we choose to go to the mall in distant came and do the other thing not because they are easy but because they are critics have called the president's plans the space fars but many analysts say the new command
isn't just ambitious protecting u.s. interests in space they say is necessary chinese could disrupt our g.p.s. system that we rely on space for now because even aside from no it's our problems it would cause problems in all of our lives and in our economy. this space command also gives trump the chance to one up some billionaire rivals for the public spotlight as the u.s. has cut nasa as a budget for civilian space exploration jeff bezos richard branson and a lawn musk all have launched private ventures into the solar system john hendren al-jazeera washington. more. thanks.
to. thank you so much world number one and defending champion naomi osaka is search of this year's u.s. open 3rd round after beating magdalen net in straight sets but top seed won this match 62 and 64 against her polish opponent may have won in straightforward fashion but only landed 47 percent of her 1st serves that's something she'll want to improve on as she approaches the lead around. but 2 time wimbledon champion patrick witold was jumped out of the tournaments on thursday germany's on the day at petco bitch sweeping into a 6464 victory at flushing meadows johana khan to an elise merton's have also
progressed to the 3rd round of this year's competition. well i think. the whole match was on a pretty high level today and i was i was very pleased with how it played and i was also pleased with how the match went i think petra played well i played well and i just the few opportunities that i had i was man i managed to to really seized and take them and i was very pleased with that over on the men's side germany's 6th seed alexander is vera of was pushed all the way against american frances for their of it needed 5 sets to defeat the world number 45 it was a seesaw battle in new york between a 22 year old and a 21 year old the german won the 1st and 3rd sets while the americans took the 2nd and 4th is there ever been surely one the match by claiming the 5th set 63. 62 of european football's biggest spending clubs have been drawn against each other in the champions league group stages on thursday paris and real madrid will do battle
in group a alongside club and. 5 time champions byron munich and last year's runners up at tottenham hotspur have been drawn against each other in group b. manchester city might feel they have a straightforward task in group c. while you ventus and athletico madrid find themselves paired together in group d. liverpool and nepalese. me and group group looks like a group of death featuring barcelona brucia dortmund and in milan all 3 have won the champions league before then it been fico and will all fancy their chances in group g. while chelsea i.x. and valencia are the big names in group h. . like always you know the stage goes like that but we are confident we are given those. and we're looking forward to do it's to start well the champions league and as you know it is a difficult position to win but we are very confident for this year also at the
champions league draw in monaco liverpool defender virgil van dyke was named the u.a.e. for player of the year the dutchman beat out leona messi and christiane over and although for the award they were the other 2 nominees vandyke help to liverpool to win the champions league last season spin it's been a great year until recently get recognition for will be achieved is astounding and it's all credit to. you know to everyone that now with everyone at liverpool. everyone has helped me along the way is also great a football match in france was suspended after fans displayed homophobic banners a referee stopped play in the game between nice and marsay for 10 minutes along with the signs there were also offensive chants it's the 2nd time this month a match in france has been stopped because of homophobic behavior by the hand there were other incidents in last week's fixtures at brest and monaco.
i think the refinery was totally right when he decided to interrupt the match i think these things are an acceptable and the message has been clear the refried didn't have a choice maybe he should have more time to the supporters to take away those bene's but he explained to me that he didn't really have a choice which is something i understand i think he made the right call. formula one's leading team mercedes confirms their driver that he both us is staying for another season the 30 year old finn is currently in his 3rd year at the team after replacing nico rosberg in $27.00 team both the us has won 2 races this season but struggled to keep up with his teammate lewis hamilton who is on track to win his 6th world title on top of all that f one announced that next year's calendar will feature $22.00 races making it the longest season in the sport's history and red bull's latest driver is 23 year old toro rosso star alex album the tie racer will
be joining max for stop in steam at spa this week in at the belgian grand prix he said his phone blew up when he got the news obviously lot of excitement. i would be lying if i said there was no bit of nerves as well as a big atmosphere and there's a lot of people. and yeah i mean you can ignore it but at the same time it's a chance to kind of prove myself and moving on to the latest and major league baseball the cleveland indians tore up the detroit tigers on thursday francisco lindora had a home run and drove in the other run for the tribe who got shut out any and the win was cleveland's 14th straight over detroit improving their record to 151 against their divisional rival this year even with impressive moves like this one tigers are still the worst team in the week indians went in 200 it's going to get underway here shortly. well that's it for me we'll have more sports for you later. me if thank you very much for that that's it for this news hour on al-jazeera from
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al-jazeera. al-jazeera where every. hong kong activists including joshua wong and andy chan are arrested ahead of more protests planned for this weekend. hello malcolm i'm peter double you're watching al-jazeera live from our headquarters here and also coming up yemen's president accuses ally the u.a.e. of launching air strikes against his troops in aden and calls on saudi arabia to
intervene. it's a political enemies unite to form a new government in italy blocking a power grab by the right wing firebrand tayo cell bini plus. it's going to be a whole different ball game. u.s. president donald trump launches the space command part of our 1st to maintain american dominance in orbit. our top story leading activists have been arrested in hong kong one day before more planned protests that have been banned by the police the party of the pro-democracy campaigner joshua wank says he was forced into a car as he walked along the street hours earlier local hong kong independence activist and the chant well he was arrested at hong kong airport another pro-democracy campaigner agnes child is also in custody sara clark joins us live
this hour from hong kong sara this is all developing quite quickly get us right up to speed what do we know. well as you mentioned we've had 3 very high profile pro-democracy activists in the last 24 hours who've been arrested just long of course who was the the face of the occupy pro-democracy movement back here in 24 saying he's been high profile something in the media during these protests the last few months he's one of a number of ladies who's been leading the pro-democracy action he was arrested as you mentioned on friday morning around 730 so about 3 and a half hours ago and as you mentioned he with his deficit start the party he represents have said that he was pushed into a car now apparently the reports bring charges laid against him charges of he's been accused of inciting organizing and participating in on the rise assembly now he's co-founder of the defense is that. she's since been arrested so in the last couple of hours she was arrested at her home and that's you mentioned andy chan
he's from the hong kong national party his party was banned last year in june his party represented independence from from china and his part was banned he was banned from speaking out he's also been arrested a number of times before on this particular campaign he was one of the interested last early this month for a position of offensive weapons but certainly very very high profile arrests have been made by the place there are some reports circulating now as well about a false detention do we know anything else about the. we are yet to be able to confirm whether or not there has been a full arrest i guess child on her way here now in place custody to the want to play station which is where we are i believe we reportedly believe that docs who want is already here and of course as we mentioned down at the chair with the rest of us not on his wife to have asked her for a rest we are yet to confirm 3 or maybe 4 high profile people within the
movement being literally reportedly grabbed off the streets by the authorities does this feel like a clampdown i mean does this feel to you like your authority is a trying to extract the brain from the movement from the people who've orchestrated or driven the protests. it certainly does by targeting these high profile members it's why i assume of the place trying to start it so more and other members of these pro-democracy activists or this part about secrets that they will make this clamp down they will make its arrests that's how much we get to find out exactly what those arrests of the charges were for the other 2 that being i guess chow and chan but certainly it's a setback for the pro-democracy movement but we still have more protests planned i think coming days we have a big rally tomorrow we also have general strikes on monday and tuesday so this is particular rally it's been to a half 3 months now and it's not going away so it will come back to since there are
any developments thank you so much. well away from the big protests there have been going on in hong kong smaller rallies have been popping up as well as wayne hay reports not everyone is happy about them thank god i am very aware of the early. in the suburbs of hong kong people are tired and tensions are being brought to the surface oh my way from large scale protests and clashes with police opposing sides are coming together in smaller gatherings on an almost daily basis here handful of protestors fighting for democracy and a hong kong with less interference from beijing was confronted by a pro china group the young generation know nothing about politics nothing about history only money across the road from the shouting match a piece of hong kong far removed from the glitzy high rises in other parts of the city people have been coming to this gym for 50 years there are no frills here and
little support for the protesters who they say a tearing hong kong apart i fear the government i'm afraid of people if you stand on that side. it will be arguing. something that that's what it's like made by the government. often protests break out for a few hours at night in suburban hong kong in this area protesters target a residential compound for police and other emergency services staff they believe the police are now working for beijing and not the people of hong kong this is the same place during the day and there's no sign of any violence or tension people are living side by side with police officers and their family members but this is been a very unpredictable situation and it's more protests pop up in different parts of hong kong more people more communities are being affected by day the damage of previous nights is still evident there's no point fixing it yet trouble could break
out again at any time on all sides people are growing weary after what's been a long fight i just witnessed how can can go back to the day before everyone's then to get there is on the way with no end in sight to the protests it may be a long wait for those who want to see old hong kong return or those fighting for a new one to emerge when hey al-jazeera hong kong. moving on battles around yemen's port city of aden are exposing growing rifts in the saudi m.r. r.t. coalition the 2 countries have been fighting to see rebels in the country since 2015 yemen's internationally recognized president hardy saudi arabia to intervene to stop the u.a.e. military from attacking government forces in and around age and now the u.s. says its force has been targeting quotes terrorists following attacks on coalition forces at the airport in aden now the saudis and the allies in yemen's war but
they've backed rival factions in the battle for aden the u.a.e. supports separatists who want to make southern yemen an independent country as it was prior to $990.00 while the government troops are backed by saudi arabia where hardy lives in exile is alexy o'brian. this is said to be the aftermath of strikes in aden yemen internationally recognized government is furious the u.s. bombed its position. allowing separatists to retake territory they had lost to saudi government forces 24 hours. both sides pulling in reinforcements to battle over a divided southern city and a country fractured by years of war like at me when i'm lost in modern all aden governorates are safe now we're dealing with some pockets and terrorist hideouts which are sadly involved with what he's called the legal government. yemen's
government can damage the u.a.e. bombing of its forces saying it had caused hundreds of deaths and injuries in a statement its defense ministry said it held the emirates responsible for what it called a blatant aggression and president. urged saudi arabia to intervene again separate us from the southern transitional council a part of the saudi iraqi coalition that's fine the rebels less than 3 weeks ago they took over the city of aden the state of the saudi backed internationally recognized yemeni government. on wednesday government forces took the nearby coastal town of zinjibar before pushing into aden on thursday though they withdrew again president had he said it was to spare the city and its people blow out label of not only our situation is good in the troops morale is high we're heading to. and we will free every inch of the southern territory the violence has exposed an apparent rift in the saudi u.a.e.
coalition each country backing opposing sides in southern yemen which was a separate country until $990.00 the saudis and their artists are divided on this issues because for this from a saudi perspective what they had always wanted is to ensure that they are not the threat that can operate across the border and launch attacks or its rocket attacks or or drone attacks into saudi arabia what the united arab emirates wants to do instead of course is to establish an independent state and these 2 objectives to do not align with the any governments asked for the united nations to meet on the iraqi strikes 60000 people have left the city attains of thousands remain in harm's way as the fighting intensifies brian al jazeera. well staying with that story sami hamdi is a middle east analyst and editor of the current affairs magazine international interest he explained earlier the rifts in the saudi iraqi coalition i think it's
important to understand that the u.a.e. have been backing the son of separatist for quite some time and we're talking actually a few years now when hamad bin zaid initially wanted to back the 7 separatists he went to been sent men and he told him listen bin cement there are only 2 powers that can fight the who is on the ground realistically the other is slower the muslim brotherhood who do you eat despise with the venom and there are the sudden separatists when the saudis expressed concern and indeed international economic government expressed concern that the u.a.e. were backing the 7 separatists binns aid would tell been sent men that this is the lesser of 2 evils and that he could handle the independence movement since then the u.a.e. has been going around the ports within southern yemen taking over those ports taking over psychiatrist essentially expanding its maritime policy once it's cemented that it gave it fulfilled its promise to the so the separatists and allow them to take over added now the problem here is that it's very interesting to hear the calls in saudi to intervene implying saudi hasn't been enough to intervene against the u.a.e. because essentially the saudis now are in
a very strange situation they don't want to throw away their lives with the u.a.e. they realize is that humiliating situation for them and now been said men is caught in this very hesitant situation in the beginning when the southern separatists are being driven back after they took i did initially been so many rode the wave he's sort of the yemeni party is united so he decided to back them in knew that they would retake i didn't so he wanted to be able to say i supported you in this now the son of separatists are taking territory again from mad and taking over territory against saudi arabia is not sure whether to support that because we have to ask you question what do you even dared to launch airstrikes against the groups backed by saudi they wouldn't unless they knew that saudi was hesitant unless they knew that saudi was contemplating letting go of their support for the international recognized government ok the weather is next then. a $1000000.00 on offer for the capture of a top colombian rebel peace negotiator after he vowed to take.