tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 289 Al Jazeera October 17, 2019 10:32am-11:01am +03
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in this life diversity makes a difference understanding the importance of being part of something much greater than our souls in this life what i want to use is freedom of expression. the right to more. sean and to march into the darkness. because you dislike the desire to understand the world. makes us human. and the human condition is universal. the environment doesn't know any boundaries what goes out into the environment goes around the world. and trans that it's a very modern way to defy. me voices the measure of progress. the domestic
population has become organized enough and active enough to believe it will work. there is a good look will kill people are more vulnerable circle of poison on al-jazeera. you know i'm fully back to bo with a new car our main stories here on al-jazeera u.s. secretary of state mike on pale and vice president mike pence are on their way to turkey to push for a cease fire in ne in syria they're part of a delegation hoping to meet president rochette typo on but the turkish leader is insisting the offensive in ne in syria want and then till its objectives are met in that pic the views are proposals that right now tonight all the terrorists lay down
their arms their equipment and everything destroy all their traps and get out of the safe zone that we have designated understand that absolute in the cardinal and they'll do that with what we have described is done from men bitch to the iraqi border then our operation the spring which only targets terrorists will end on its own. meanwhile turkish forces and kurdish fighters are still battling in the strategic border town of rostock and syrian troops have entered the border town of kabbani as turkey tries to establish its so-called safe zone in northern syria hong kong's leader kerry has been shouted down for a 2nd consecutive day in the city's legislature a short time ago opposition members protested in the chamber and call for her to step down at least 10 people were dragged out by security. politicians that condemned the recent protests against the chief executive. always think that the whole can citizens would not misstep anyone to use while and in any way
also we all also know that while this cannot solve any problem still as a legislative council i don't think that any electrical members use any kind of one and including. old physical law and in the term to express their will al-jazeera has more from hong kong. for the 2nd day running chief executive of hong kong carrie lim drowned out in the legislative council chambers by pro-democracy members of that body thursday was supposed to be a 90 minute question and answer session based on her policy address that she gave on wednesday twice it was interrupted by pro-democracy members chanting and interrupting the proceedings many of them were escorted out of the chamber now this is supposed to be something that happens every day after the policy address she received criticism for that policy just because she didn't directly talk about the
5 demands of the protesters again on thursday she did not address those there are only a handful of questions because the time is constrained to be kept to that 90 minute schedule even though it's stopped twice now how do we move forward now when she's talked about what she wants to do how she wants to tackle the social situation here the social crisis in hong kong she says she wants to appoint an independent committee to look into why their divisions are so deep here in hong kong there are no real explanations of what she wants to do right now to stop social crisis in hong kong that's where she's receiving a lot of criticism and no clear answers coming out of this question answer session that lasted about 90 minutes. the president does spain's cuts and on your region has called for an immediate halt to the violence that's rocked boston on a for a 3rd night the protests were sponsored by the jailing of 9 separatist leaders on monday over their role in castillo in his family independence bid 2 years ago but claimed torah says the riots are harming the image shop the separatist movement for . calm and serenity the independence movement is not violent we've
always condemned violence we can't allow the instance to the taking place in the streets of our country is normal and is good to protest against an unfair an absolute horror and sentence there's no reason or justification to ban cars or to carry out any other activity lism protests should be peaceful and civil. the caucus taking for a brick. said deal between the e.u. and the u.k. in the coming hours we could learn if the 2 sides were able to reach a tentative agreement ahead of a summit in brussels on thursday the government has pressured leave the european union 31st and a former senior adviser to u.s. secretary of state mike pale is the latest person to testify in the ongoing impeachment inquiry into a president. politicians are examining whether to pressured ukraine to launch an investigation into joe biden those are the headlines on al-jazeera stay tuned for the program ought trafficking coming up next here thanks for watching.
antiquities trafficking is one of the most profitable illegal trades in the world estimated to be worth several $1000000000.00 a year it ranks off to illegal arms and drugs precious objects plundered or discovered in clandestine excavations find their way onto the official market into museums and galleries. the main victims of the pillage nations are now demanding the return of their stolen treasures for a long time these demands nor.
but systematic ransacking of heritage sites meticulously staged by the islamic state of iraq and the levant isis has caused a global outcry and has reopened the debate with changing public opinion efforts to halt the trafficking have gained a new urgency but are nations prepared to act from berlin to beijing from rome to the syrian border an investigation into trafficking that's at the heart of an economic cultural and diplomatic war.