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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 249  Al Jazeera  September 7, 2019 10:32am-11:01am +03

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just think his name of course it is here's. the story began the day that usually a med surg a porter got off the head of the athletics federations medical department who prescribed a doping program. to go out again claridge. presented the dog that wasn't exquisite cutter but to have spots near enough that a lot of its border. to find out um you for all but matter me a lot of us that. despite an absence i mean that you just. need to stage a whole new. class that's just what them the covert. how do. you know it you know go there bill stuart you know. that the storm new government your own go ideas don't save in the word of what it's must see that zone go just ones that people are you willing to put in. to have the gold medal winners of the
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london olympic games if you athletes tested positive it was because the anti doping agency in moscow were themselves corrupt. and that resignation a. bit about us is a slower so moved it is just an instant don't embarrass us year after machine you must give them no good help to go off only because. i guess it's about iraq was more blood is still on your door when you go in you boys at the u. prost they also which. just you don't know but them to be over the blanket was of an account on a piece a moment problem it didn't use a mascot that name a problem so i guess that's just because popcorn that what it has a place where you are yeah i'm disallowing them are probably bust it ends now stop it i guess most probably no names could hit it over the. did you did while
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competing yulia met retired her future husband on their 2nd date she broached the issue of doping. it's. i. just. don't ask are you up to my room you know but i. could get this because it's the podium up in the tube. on the sanctity of the most of the silk is a condition from which to sit still for some. severe measures to richard and that's what he has recorded over so there's no need for for us to the shop or for the already off because i was i took a statue with me to the sunni doctor boy. on their way up us what they all if i watched. the man who said nothing was we are just love scene of one of the 2 directors the died under suspicious circumstances.
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but what were the russian athletes doing to escape jackson brought. us. that we said come on and said no imam. is not general design is could mean their wisdom was damned. but this is considered to get a sentiment is plentiful is that no one you know the detection methods is always changing and the dates how long. some substances can be detected always getting shorter but again usually the directors of the labs are the 1st ones to receive this information so that they in a country like pressure the they have to share this information because the main goal is not to catch their peers the main goal is to help people in gold medals.
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the russian anti doping agency disputes the accusations. vitali he has refused to cooperate with us on this matter. and for us it's a pity if you want to fight against doping in sport you should not only give these bold statements publicly it's not enough just to you know appear in the screen and say everyone is corrupted facts and presumptions that what we need to have in order to establish an underdog in the world. the evidence was collected by hiles of. the arms as if you have a as a tradition yesterday in your own bitter. and you just have an off duty guy i mean . in video and audio form. why is. he going
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to not need to have one in you know not on sweaters and sort of. you know. video of yahtzee and is it so good to see does he. get up i know don was tons to this economic hot. beleaguer. just dropping and it was such an eye to the up tired. media ciena as my reading was testes and his team imminent as probably him there's always this response to minister there was this and i have to take us through it is it that's all it was his former good luck almost a 1000000 pickiness that she took the equivalent. of the vision image from were up about me that i used to but i couldn't conceive in my books if the minimum for the month i. grew any should be most of the fishies that makes you don't. lose it that is a sore spot people who are. going to look past me get
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we're not going to get the midday. following vitaly unions revelations want to begin investigating russian. meanwhile julia hopes to rediscover her best film. because i just want to get i guess that no also get the most you get though this is me of a child that. i suggest to you on each of. these 3 you have a new wife still. stays yet you still get all of the sports. do you think that they take yet.
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i couldn't win them because if. you have. to take part in international competition she 1st needs to find a host country to accept into their team. but go to closing it was dubai is a cocoon because they don't you just get that from my store in europe and yet to the caucuses that are stepping up to the head you have to get your question. which country would be dead if i russia and adopt yulia. russia however does not have the monopoly on doping every year worldwide $3000.00 athletes test positive for doping among the sports in which cheating has been found to be the most prevalent in recent years our bodybuilding athletics baseball american football weightlifting boxing wrestling cycling ice hockey rugby swimming and basketball power
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and insurance sports are not the only concerns. only on level it is a specific nick book if you didn't. saw that it. would board put it in the sport and it is all of it is. more all know people feel their movies were that in order to need me all could do sure that the. room where for to give much of skittishness of said look they stood it to me not in this book it's promoted. as a sport that relies on technique football would seem to be above doping scandals and yet it has been tainted by much rigging and corruption. you. know during the 2014 world cup in brazil 736 players were tested as shown in this free for promotional video. once again the tests are financed and carried out by the
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federation that organizes the event do you think that those are the people like in other words or what is your opinion is my beef with informal. just moved around just move pool are you know brand in balance and you need also a little luck this quarter was. no footballer tested positive in rio a satisfactory result of a free for. all. the last. case we had was during the 1994 when the united states. there is a very clear commitment to make the fifa competitions free. despite this show of toughness to the leaders of world football really provide the necessary means to catch cheats in 1954 had all the samples destroyed after the
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world cup thus avoiding any subsequent unmasking of drug cheats in 2006 no blood samples were taken in 2014 the laboratory that tested the samples was in no zone over 12 hours away from rio after 12 hours tiny doses of a no longer detectable in urine samples so is the myth of clean football to be believed retired player wright a world champion in 1904 is skeptical. so . what you would. hope it is. really my article vital to those. sports working to control the strain of the strain of the of he used to look at as a future boy as he would inject when things are bad and. bad moves with my i was there with my shorty there was that i may perceive him as massive amounts of muscle
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spasms and being. ripped out of some fees. if we witnessed this test backed. security of eventually. would only whatever was was beaten with one was heavy. with me to. see a wish to grab his issue which was going to be no. no i. was only moved to the minimum is more. yeah we've history got it or or since you're closer to. it watch the video of it you know what in my arm i see my eyes fickling to my eyes my eyes up without the pa. pa. i mean because it was part of what i think an issue part. i want to get. i pop your finger in. i. was i to finish
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a book to spike up at night by the twit of all still could not dothraki. these parts and sweet. little budget i'd stick a dixie or for boat call really highlight of the explaining. the key places so maybe you'll see if your could nationalise point out if you do but do you plan to do that then bash shot you feel cool because it will be able to teach you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance yes he just wouldn't give as the people seem to be better be go with him go on and you might lessen your ball kinetic and even when you don't do so without much but to start. with i used. to waiting to get medicare or let you more sophisticated the official welcome to geneva for the special one the independent commission press conference that we have found to cover up speed film destruction of samples in the fortress payments of
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money in order to conceal the doping test so it's worse than we thought. early it's a food fight for their football fans who don't think about doping really had that lead explaining when rail madrid it's love worth 500000000 euros expresses a position on something like the world anti-doping agency has to take notice it will be known to the court in part 2 of this series al-jazeera continues to explore the widespread use of performance enhancing drugs sports still being the endless chain on al-jazeera.
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well i'm pleased to say that our can dorian is now pulling away into the open waters as you can see the storm just a few hours ago clearly months on the storm flouncing blow that for the carolinas the outer bands of the carolinas but as we go on into sas they would just made its way up into the canadian maritimes pushing in there across newfoundland and it will continue to drive this way for them wolfowitz and what it says shadows coming behind us and that's at least inside of canada have it towards the plains up a some rather wet weather but for much of north america is fine and dry with plenty of warm sunshine some wants to have it's was western side of the u.s. 24 getting up to 20 in san francisco a little more cloud here across the pacific northwest into that western side off kind of the for a timeless a some cherry right just pushing in across the high ground across the rockies as we
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make our way into sunday some wet weather to into the southwest into northern cause all of a mexico shell is to some of the spells of rights and showers a possibility into the great plains into those central areas basis able fine and sure i just up towards the east this hot academy as you can see still plenty of shall is coming in along the spells of rain from the remnants all the dorian sunshine and showers across the caribbean but lots of fun weather between. counts me to cost a priceless results on the threats of the amazon rainforest is a blaze and it's linked to brazil's drive from would be and saw a production. the bats are always global ambitions which have left investors missing some big losses. counting the calls on al-jazeera. setting the discussions police in cape town has struggled to. violent examining the
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headlines now under president putin russia is making a push to engage explore an abundance of world class programming designed to inform motivate and inspire but. it's almost 2nd nature and i also know what they see the world from a different perspective on al-jazeera. this is al-jazeera. you're watching the news hour live from the headquarters in doha i'm debbie navigator coming up in the next 60 minutes. donald trump's national security advisor says he has proof an iranian all tanker has reached syria despite
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assurances it wouldn't go there. warnings that the bahamas final death toll could be staggering after its islands were devastated by hurricane dorian also. the lives depicted. would be eternally remembered and. after his death at $95.00 zimbabwe on the world reflect on the mix legacy of robert mugabe who fought to liberate his country then led to ruin. and a huge setback for india's space exploration hopes losing contact with its moon lander as it was about to touch down. fellow u.s. president donald trump's national security advisor has tweeted a satellite image which he says shows iran has broken its word about the destination of an oil tanker the adrian dariya one previously called the grace one
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was held by british authorities in gibraltar so john bolton tweeted this image saying anyone who doubts that the adrian daria one is headed to syria is in denial a gibraltar court ordered the ship's release in mid august following a 5 week standoff the judge said he was satisfied with iran's assurances that it wouldn't be used to take oil to syria in breach of e.u. sanctions let's bring in shihab rattansi joining us from washington to talk us through what john bolton tweeted what this means. well the context is the tanker itself it disappeared from satellite tracking monday off to noon between cyprus lebanon and syria in the mediterranean just a few hours ago we saw a report from one outlet middle east and i who said they had 2 sources that confirm to them that the tank had reached syria unloaded at least some of it's called of
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oil no one else has confirmed that a few hours off the vat report we get this tweet from john bolton which itself doesn't confirm the time that has actually docked in syria let alone on loaded it's awful it's all of it so he says anyone who said that the agent daria one wasn't headed to syria is into the house in order confirmation as to whether it's actually docked in syria we reached out to the national security council which john bolton heads at the white house no response from them we reached out to the state department they basically said well why don't you try the u.n. to try the national security council and just in the last few minutes we go to another response when the bulk of the funds the pentagon initially someone said to us we will perhaps you should also national security council but now we're going to fishel response or service which is also the state department so no one else is taking any responsibility for this for this tweet we have these images purporting to show the time go off the coast of syria but no confirmation of anything beyond that and no cultivation from the white house that they have got any evidence
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actually that the time has indeed reached syria and trysting way you say she had because we also had been hearing reports of splits really within the administration when it comes to foreign policy issues including iraq. right and you have to sort of put that into the context of this tweet or maybe the wooding of this tweet for weeks we've heard about how john bolton's being sidelines on various foreign policy issues he wasn't included in those talks with the taliban for example in afghanistan just in the last few hours about several stories about how isolated both on his national security council within the administration itself is apparently not talked to might compare the secretary of state for weeks the chief of staff of the white house has been sidelining john bolton getting other foreign policy advisers advisors in the meanwhile who this week we had told trump suggest that perhaps there's a possibility that he might talk to the iranian president on the sidelines of the
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u.n. general assembly that on friday we had the u.s. defense secretary in london say perhaps iran is inching towards talks with the u.s. and that perhaps might explain the wording of the 2nd part of this tweet which goes we can talk but iran's not getting any sanctions relief until it stops lying and spreading terror john bolton doesn't seem like a very happy man ok thank you for that update from washington now the devastation caused by hurricane dorian in the bahamas is being likened to a tsunami with entire neighborhoods flattened at least 30 people are known to have died across the caribbean nation but officials are warning that number could rise dramatically dorian was the most powerful hurricane to hit the bahamas and all floridians are now focused on bringing in food safe drinking water and shelter. as more from freeport on the island of grand bahama. we just arrived today from the island of abaco want to give you a sense of where we are right now because this is one of the worst hit areas by
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hurricane dorian you can see behind me this is what's left not only from those strong winds wind gusts upwards of 350 kilometers per hour but it wasn't only the when it was the storm surge this area that we're in right now was under at least 3 meters of water behind me is everything from home appliances refrigerators washing machines there's telephone poles trees snapped in half of basically people's entire lives and livelihoods lying in the debris here so it really is wide scale devastation when we were flying in from the outer island of abaco today we really got a sense of that of that devastation there were entire neighborhoods that appeared as though a bomb had gone off some sort of large large. it sounds cliche but almost as though a nuclear bomb had gone off it was just absolutely flattened the big concern here as this crisis continues to unfold are the shortages of food shortages of medicine shortages of water we do know that the u.s. coast guard is working closely with the with the bahamian government to deliver
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supplies to the places that need it the most there's another concern however which is the evacuations and islands in the northeastern behind those i would include freeport people are desperately trying to get out hurricanes or ian has weakened but is still bringing flooding to the u.s. state of north carolina storm now a category one is over the atlantic ocean but coastal areas remain on alert as it makes its way up the east coast at least 4 people have been killed in the u.s. and more than 200000 people are without electricity dorrian is expected to reach nova scotia canada late on saturday and the gallagher is in charleston south carolina. well hurricane during has finally moved off the u.s. east coast after briefly making landfall in north carolina and the outer banks there is taking a north east course that takes it away from all the states that were in danger for so many days remember the storms lots of for almost 2 weeks since it 1st formed
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about 200000 homes in north and south carolina have lost power they're expected to get it back fairly quickly because there was no damage to the infrastructure basically hurricane during after spending days crawling up the u.s. east coast to spend almost everybody there was no damage in florida not in georgia very minor damage here in south carolina or north carolina pretty much dodged a bullet as well so the emergency services working on restoring power there are still warnings in place in places like virginia but ultimately the storm is now headed to canada or nova scotia where it's expected to hit landfall as a category one storm in about 2 days. over many he will be remembered as the hero who led zimbabwe to freedom but others regard him as a corrupt dictator who brought about economic disaster robert mugabe's death at the age of $95.00 has seen tributes pouring in from across the world but also harsh criticism of one of africa's most divisive leaders until he was overthrown 2 years
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ago he was the only leader many zimbabweans had ever known. for reports from harare president amos imminent got close relationship with robert mugabe was not always easy but on friday he praised the man he replaced as a principled comments who'd made huge sacrifices for his country is we await. the remains or for dear but didn't. we pray that we would load grandview misuse would do news. to it did no rest. we. do. morning our leader and you use very. godly died in singapore actually receiving treatment for several years he was 95 years old mugabe leaves a complicated legacy to some he was a hero an african legend and his education policy is the reason why zimbabwe has
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one of the highest literacy rates in africa because of gridley and he knew that would make a good. education it emitted possible for the kids of zimbabwe to get their free choice of learning but others point to a history of disputed elections and trends corruption allegations of human rights abuses and political and economic turmoil to destroy a dominant retries nothing that truman was there really really. did nothing for a nation for it wanted to do. as as an interim disaster and everything opposition leaders say some of them got his back to public policies such as land reform and indigenisation cripple the economy and government services the fact that it has led to passed on in foreign lands is something that points to the problems that we have in our country we can't save our leaders in africa being treated in foreign lands we must be able to fix our politics fix our governance institutions fix our
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governance systems so that we have big ideas not just big men big institutions not just big you know personalities mugabe remains a polarizing figure but government officials say who'd be treated with respect and dignity due to zimbabwe's founding father robert mugabe will be given a state funeral his body will lie in state for a few days then he will be buried at the national hero symmetry in the capital when many people who fought in a white minority rule are there. al-jazeera. well the u.s. through its state department has offered condolences but gave a scathing criticism of mugabe's rule in a statement a spokeswoman morgan or toggles said robert mugabe helped liberate zimbabwe but his human rights abuses and gross economic mismanagement impoverished millions and betrayed his people's hopes for their nation we continue to support the aspirations of the zimbabwean people for a better more prosperous future china though was much warmer its foreign ministry
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spokesman gang strong said it was an outstanding national liberation movement leader and politician as i'm bob way throughout his life he has firmly defended the sovereignty of his country opposed foreign interference and actively promoted china zimbabwe and china africa friendship and cooperation stephen china's from the school of oriental and african studies at the university of london he says no matter who pays tribute violence and mismanagement will define how mugabe is remembered. living through the legacy of right which is an economic collapse to living through a legacy of fraudulent democracy basically the country is on its knees economically there's no productive plan to bring it back on its feet and so the legacy of lookout is going to be a tragic life that lasts for quite some years to come i think you are too cheap this from the robert mugabe years the 1st is a lack of operational planning.


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