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tv   Inside Story 2018 Ep 160  Al Jazeera  June 10, 2018 10:33am-11:01am +03

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if you athletes tested positive it was because the anti doping agency in moscow were themselves corrupt. deodorizers dollar and the president is now. good about us but as a slower some moved it is just and since the dawn. of the machine you must be out there now but. only because. it's about iraq was mobile distiller on your door dean when you quote me was that the year prost. or just you don't know but damn to be over the blanket was of an accord on the piece and moment problem it didn't you so must get that moment probably but so i guess that's just because popcorn that what the. disallowing number probably doing is managed topic i guess most probably no names could hit it or what. did you do while competing union met retire early her future husband on their second date she broached the
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issue of doping. it's. because i apply my own. because it the problem of paying that to. the son to get almost of traditional political gesture. with which to sit still for some. severe nationalist richard in. college level so there's no new offer to the shop or for the already off could always need to take a starter with me to the sunni doctor but only. and then we have a five day old if i watched. the man who said nothing was we are just love scene of one of the two directors that died under suspicious circumstances.
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but what were the russian athletes doing to escape checks of graunt. us so. that we said come on the set of narnia. day on usenet jan design is could never use them as damned that would come to. us at the beginning a sentiment is plentiful is that one you know the detection methods are always changing and the dates how long. some substances can be detected always getting shorter but again usually the directors of the labs at the first ones to receive this information so that in a country like russia they 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 unspoken rule is. the evidence was collected by hi oh. yes if you have a as a tradition yesterday in your own return you're just up an offer to the guy in titan and video and audio for. a given bottle not made one in you know not on titles and swerve. you know in.
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your view yachts is there an estate so good to see as he did up i know don was times to this economic heart. beleaguer a common. story and it was his night at the copper tired. or maybe tina there's money in was dusty's as imminent as probably and there's always are spots to minister to was invited to. use it that's all sort of least because he's former good luck the whole most. of all. the vision emerged from well but the let me die you see but i couldn't conceive in my books if the minimum for a month. grew and he should be more of the fishies that makes it almost. lose it that it is a soft spot you keep cool. you know. get a look passionate it will all go good to me the.
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following vitaly unions revelations water began investigating russia. meanwhile julia hopes to rediscover her best form. because i can see what's going to guess that worse nor so do the dumbest you've got all of this in me have a child a subtle shift but. i suggest she has a nice day yeah nutrient in my you gave you good at least three yep and you might still. state a yeah you must it seems that over thirty years what. do you think that they take when they yet. open it. but. if. you want.
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to take part in international competition she first needs to find a host country to accept into their team. but the blessing it was to but it wouldn't fix that annoying interest get that was it from my store. and yet to visit that just opened up to the hype you have to get the question. which country would be dead if i russia and adopt yulia. russia however does not have the monopoly on doping every year worldwide three thousand athletes test positive for doping among the sports in which cheating has been found to be the most prevalent in recent years are bodybuilding athletics baseball american football weightlifting boxing wrestling cycling ice hockey rugby swimming and basketball power and insurance boards are not the only concerns. only on their vote is
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a specific nick prove if you did. so that it. would board put it in his pool and it's all of it is. more all now but the movies were that initial exposure that he needs me all could do is rather than the six it all but. much of skittishness of all don't do it thank you 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 match rigging and corruption. during the two thousand and fourteen world cup in brazil seven hundred thirty six players were tested as shown in this free for promotional video. once again the tests are financed and carried out by the federation that organizes the event do you think that those of the like in other words or what is your opinion is not
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difficult in football mark just moved around just moved cool how you got brand in balance and you also did like 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 nine hundred ninety four world cup in the united states. there is a very clear commitment to make the fifa completely. free. despite this show of toughness to the leaders of world football really provide the necessary means to catch cheats in one thousand nine hundred fifty four had all the samples destroyed after the world cup thus avoiding any subsequent unmasking of drug cheats in two thousand and six no blood samples were taken in two thousand and
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fourteen the bar a tree that tested the samples was in those over twelve hours away from rio after twelve hours tiny doses of a no longer detectable in urine samples so is the myth of clean football to be believed retired player right world champion one thousand nine hundred four is skeptical. so. just to be open is. really my article doing vital to those. sports which in your quarterly strain strain of the of he used to look at as a future boy as he would inject went into that it is a. badge movement with my i was there with my shorty there was that they may perceive him as massive amounts of muscle spasms them being. ripped out of some fused and. if we witnessed this that specter.
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of dementia. would whatever was was beaten with one was heavy. with just one army. to grab this which means that we're going to kill no. no i. was only moved to war the minimum is more. yeah well 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 ha ha ha ha ha oh. i mean because it was part of that i think an issue part. i pop your brain gun. law. ah i just finished a book by doc at night by the twit of all still cannot dothraki. these parts and
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sweet. little budget i stick in example for boat call really had made the explain please show me keep a saso maybe you'll still could nationalise mortality do it but do you plan to do that then mash shots if he could meet because it will be able to teach you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance yes he just wouldn't give as bookkeepers good seem to be by the beagle with you on the human what's on your ball i don't get it again even when you see it all out much but to start trucking. i used. to aid you nicky minaj accountability more sophisticated the official welcome to geneva for the special one the independent commission press conference that we have found to cover up speed and destruction of samples in the courtroom payments of money in order to conceal the doping test so it's
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worse than we thought. our league is influenced by their football fans who don't think about doping really had that lead explaining when real madrid it's love worth five hundred million euros expresses a position on something like the world anti-doping agency has to take notice it will be able to. al-jazeera continues its investigation into the widespread use of performance enhancing drugs in the final episode of sports doping the endless chase .
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how i once again we've still got some very big storms rattling across central parts of the u.s. you can see how they blow off in the heat of the day these are homegrown storms lots of peace around for many we have got to temperatures getting up to well up into the twenty's across a good part of north america touching thirty four thirty five celsius for dallas and also for denver going to the mid twenty's once again over towards the middle lancy states says that they see it around twenty five degrees as that cloud and right it will continue to track its way further east was edging towards the appalachians guys come back in across the heartland of souls and northwest we've got temperatures around fifteen celsius the full seattle base a base of cloud and rain rolling in b.c. also seeing some of that wet weather which was a slide into alberta opening a little further east which as we go on into monday night is cold enough for some snow over the high ground at this stage for the canadian rockies nineteen celsius
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there for d.c. by the states a little cooler a little west so once again shallows may molly will continue down towards the south and those showers that we see in the deep south will be very very heavy in the lot of heavy rain to insua western policy of the caribbean a scattering of showers there for cuba i was amazed with more breakdown pulls the central america. june nineteenth sixty seven sixty is there redrew the map of the middle east this week may record a victory of the ended war or the greatest tragedy in the history of islam al-jazeera explores the events leading to the war and its consequences which are still felt today we tried everything to be united nations and try to make you contact through different countries and it was clear that all this was the north the war in june on al-jazeera. the nature of news as it breaks this is one of the
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areas where protesters had blocked the road through the final higher than anything else they could find with details coverage of this extremely hot minute the start treaty that everyone striving for the good of the state from around the world to this new z.m. aims to be a way of pasta torrie other regions of history and it's protected war that has divided the tribes here for generations. this is al jazeera. alonso robin you're watching the al-jazeera news our life my headquarters here and all coming up in the next sixty minutes the g. seven summit terms but the arguing doesn't stop. and now president trump is heading
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for singapore and a high stakes meeting with north korea's kim jong il. this as the singapore summit take shape we'll look at a key player that's not invited china. and the search for survivors around guatemala as more and faygo becomes more difficult unless hopeful. welcome to the news that the annual g. seven summit has ended with an escalating round between the u.s. and canada after leaving the meeting donald trump withdrew his backing of a joint communique signed by the group's leaders he blamed it on what he calls weak and dishonest stabilises from the canadian prime minister john hendren has more from quebec city the g. seven summit in canada began in crisis in ended in conflict u.s. president donald trump came late left early and seated no ground as united states
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has been taken advantage of for decades and decades and we can't do that anymore i can graduate the leaders of other countries for so. crazily being able to make these trade deals that was so good for their country and so bad for the united states neither did the six other world leaders at the g. seven summit they were united in opposing trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum a move they say is likely to spark a trade war after trump left early the host of this summit canadian prime minister justin trudeau fired back i highlighted directly to the president that canadians did not take it lightly that the united states has moved forward with significant tariffs on our steel and aluminum industry particularly did not take lightly the fact that it's based on a national security reason that its kind of insulting but we also will not be pushed around. trump from air force one on his way to singapore to meet north
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korean leader kim jong un sent off an angry tweet calling trudeau dishonest and weak all seven nations had papered over the trades bad signing an agreement that vaguely endorsed quote free fair and mutually beneficial trade without defining it that agreement is now moot in another tweet from air force one revoked his signature seeing quote based on justin's false statements at his news conference and the fact that canada is charging massive tariffs to our u.s. farmers workers and companies i have instructed our reps not to endorse the communique trudeau's office tweeted back quote the prime minister said nothing he hasn't said before both in public and in private conversations with the president this picture captures the global tension and that was before the twitter war. this year's g seven is already going down is the g six plus one six members on one side and president trump on the other it's
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a summit six of the members hope would end by escalating a budding trade war that instead has ended up accelerating but it was trudeau who had the support of his fellow g. seven members where we disagree with our allies on something it is right that we say so and the issue openly and frankly we have done just that at this summit registering our deep disappointment at the unjustified decision by the u.s. to apply terrorists to e.u. steel and on the medium imports as the g seven leaders returned home they leave more divided than ever john hendren al-jazeera quebec city canada where we're joined by our diplomatic editor james bays who joins me from singapore of course the fallout from the g. seven continues james but no one could have imagined a war of words so soon after a signed communique. absolutely unprecedented so we've never seen this before yes during the time of the g. eight we used to have disagreements with the seven and russia
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a year ago i was in sicily and they came up with a communique where they agreed to disagree on some issues like climate change they were going to do that again with this communique although the number of issues that the u.s. disagrees with the others on is growing there are many more than there were a year ago but never have we had one of the g seven then red tracked their signature to the communique it's worth reminding you that the g seven grouping built out of a grouping that was originally called the library group the library they refer to and that was the library of the white house it's the u.s. that formed this grouping to promote global trade and western values and yet it's the u.s. that is now undermining the whole idea of the g. seven what we've got to watch now is how the other six are going to react are they going to gang up and work as a block against the u.s. and i think most importantly we're going to have to look at what the markets do in
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some ways it's fortunate that this row has happened on a sunday what's going to have a when the markets open who knows of course and the other big story of course is that the clock is ticking as we now await the arrival of trump and chairman kim they'll be some very nervous delegations waiting for their leaders where you are in singapore. yes i don't know what message tim is going to get from this because president trump when he spoke in quebec said that really all he needed was to get on with him so that sets a relatively low bar the north koreans really don't have to deliver anything particularly concrete but then again bells have just seen how the u.s. treats one of its main allies canada and they all know the unpredictability of president trump so i think all of this going into the north koreans minds as they prepare to arrive here in singapore. the exclusive hotel where the summit
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will be held has already been placed in a close security zone singapore will be the venue for high stakes diplomacy which may go on for several days but it's arguable the fact this historic meeting is even taking place is a victory in itself for kim jong un his country is sort of meeting with the u.s. president for many years and he's achieved that goal without making any concrete commitment on denuclearization i think kim is a much canny or operator than we give him a lot of credit for certainly in the united states in other circles i think that he has got exposure to the outside world you know through his education in switzerland and i think that he's got advisors who understand the outside world pretty well even if they prefer to live in their relative isolation inside of north korea and i think that he is doing a great job at playing the united states in the fact that we're seen as volatile and risky right now in his interactions with the chinese and south korea those two
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countries a key to summit meetings now with south korea's president moon jay in the north korean leader has shown a different face to the world a man smiling and prepared to negotiate and after reaching out diplomatically to the u.s. experts now believe it will be very hard to persuade north korea's main trading partner china to impose fresh sanctions if the summit is not a success i think it will be very difficult to return to the maximum pressure campaign of last year and early this year because north korea has indicated its willing to negotiate to work towards denuclearization he's reached out to beijing and seoul and sort of got them on his side and so i think it will be very hard to get china to cooperate at least on the economic portion of the maximum pressure campaign much of course depends on what goes on around the negotiating table trump prides himself on the art of the deal but kim is the one who intimately knows the
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secrets of his country and its nuclear program. the world will be watching the diplomacy here in singapore in the coming hours and days it could determine the future of the korean peninsula. i can tell you that air force one has a refueling in greece is on its way here to singapore we think it will be landing in just over ten hours time can also tell you the air china jet that's left pyongyang we think that's the one that's got supreme leader kim on it he we think will arrive a little before trump we're tracking the movements of these two leaders very closely indeed of course we'll come back to james once we have more news thank you let's head over. now to north korea's closest ally china it's not been invited to take part in the singapore summit but as florence louis reports beijing's influence
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is already obvious. welcome to dandong city on the chinese border with north korea here you get a sense of china's relationship with its neighbor a large part of it driven by trade chinese goods flow across the border although international sanctions have slow this down somewhat china has long been a close ally of north korea siding with the north in the korean war in one nine hundred fifty and then providing it with political and economic backing since. in recent years the north korea's pursuit of nuclear arms accelerated under its young leader kim jong un has strained relations but it's in both countries interest to preserve the alliance especially when it comes to dealing with the world's superpower the united states. china uses north korea as a poll to tell the u.s. if you press me on the trip war i can exert more influence on north korea as for
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north korea it goes say to the u.s. it's not just me negotiating with you i have china supporting me so you can be too harsh on me and knew to take things out of my own pace many analysts say the upcoming summit between u.s. president donald trump and north korean leader kim jong would not be taking place if not for china's backing in announcing that the summit would take place on tuesday trumpet mentioned chinese president xi jinping whom he said had helped out quite a bit with this but only a week before that he had blamed china for north korea's hostile attitude which had led him to cancel the meeting last month or in early may kim met president xi in the chinese city of dalin and trump suggested that kim's attitude changed after that meeting but with the summit now back on many will be looking to see what china gets out of it. this. china doesn't want western in floors at the
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door china was a buffer zone but is paying a heavy price to maintain the keim regime china wants to join the reconstruction work in north korea was this is down the news that the summit is now back on has generated optimism that sanctions on north korea may ease and with that a boom in business in dando property prices have soared leading the local government to tighten regulations china recently resumed flights between beijing n.p.r. yeah china may not be at the negotiation table but he'll be looking to make its presence felt of florence joins me now from beijing as you say while all eyes might be on singapore china knows all too well that it really does have that vested interest in the outcome of these talks. absolutely these two countries have been really close allies in the past from the time when.


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