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tv   Inside Story 2018 Ep 161  Al Jazeera  June 11, 2018 3:32am-4:01am +03

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industry and a community that's had a rich heritage in supplying the two but that has built our towns. it's a heritage though that's been at the cost of forests and the creatures that rely on them in the two hundred years since european colonization most of southeastern australia as old as trees have been lost in victoria central highlands only about one percent of the mountain ash trees are more than a century old that matters because the oldest trees and the stumps of big dead ones developed hollow areas that animals like the now critically endangered leadbeater possums live in conservationists with night vision equipment look for them in areas about to be logged every sighting on the web as possum that we get there's a two hundred made a protection buffer against logging all the oldest trees and big dead ones are supposed to be off limits to this is an example of what's called a dead hollow bearing tree that has been protected all the younger living trees
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that would have stood all around it have been felled but it's been left alone environmentalist though don't think anything like enough trees have been in this entire log area it's the only one that's been left standing there are completely burnt out stumps of similar trees nearby but researches say exclusion zones around individual animals and preserving just the very oldest trees does not go far enough they want large scale protection of middle age seventy or eighty year old trees too that is their next old growth forest i've got another fifty years before they start becoming a whole logically mature we need some of those trees to be very or growth forest that though would mean excluding much bigger areas from logging economically and politically that could hurt andrew thomas al-jazeera in australia as victoria's central highlands. still to come on this hour of news from london.
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young turkish talent takes center stage at the istanbul music festival. and in sport the king of clay remains on his training paris file no doubt makes it eleven when the level french are. more than forty thousand africans are facing deportation from israel is awarded more than ninety percent of. the way. point one percent of the two of those in danger of being thrown out of the country in which they sought refuge. at this time the sams in archaeology graduate from iraq is also a part time going to pergamon museum which includes a reconstruction of the famous ishtar gate in babylon most of the people he's
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showing around came to germany as refugees this is just one of several berlin museums taking part in the project called a meeting point and as well as bringing people together one of its aims is to emphasize the contribution of migrants right up to the present day to western culture. because i've been here for some time i can help them with lots of things that mrs ford to me the great thing is it's not just about museums about forming a new life is part of life it's culture. that process is called on oil companies to help convert the world to clean energy
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to stop further global destruction through climate change the leader of the roman catholic church has been hosting chief executives from some of the world's largest energy companies at the vatican them to agree a long term energy strategy to meet the world's growing needs an affair but climate friendly way. if you call though generally most i encourage you having demonstrated the aptitude for innovation and improving the lives of many people that you will use those skills in the service of two great needs in today's world the care of the poor and the environment more techies biggest city is alive with the sound of music they stumble music festival is hosting around five hundred artists they include many young classical musicians who are often forced abroad to further their careers because of a lack of financial support from the government it's them costly to report. as well as some of the world's most renowned classical musicians young talent is taking to the stage all over stumble. including twenty two
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year old guinness has a large. but talent she says needs to be polished with practice. fingers paid the price and as is often with artists her rewards have little to do with money. some other art is expensive no one produces hops in turkey my instrument cost twenty thousand euros at least these are all beyond my parents' budget i am dependent on funds. it is much the same story with her fellow musicians the most asked to remember the instrument i buy its case its bow all a very expensive for us considering the euro is very high in turkey and we send all mark being a musician is all about what's in your heart in a way but besides education you must have financial support. classical music is not as popular in turkey as many other countries private
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institutions and companies tend to fund artists and events through what are called social responsibility budgets. this festival lasers with sponsors to support young talent while ensuring their educational needs are met. here in the sun not doing arts and music together pushes us to think collectively about the world's problems and act together i believe music has an indirect peace the soul of some concert tickets will help fourteen girls who are studying music of rote. gang fame male musicians friend i will pay the maintenance of my cello and i will buy new hair from my bow so it's a mazing help for me these young stars are already known outside turkey but that's home it is difficult for classical musicians to make a name for themselves and the government doesn't have an incentive or scholarship for special art students. but most of these girls agree
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they are promoting their country with their talents and the government should recognise that and provide more help seen aamco solo al-jazeera stumble. appalachian sports news over to center. thank you very much lois our tennis rafael nadal has won his eleventh french open title the spaniard needing just over two and a half hours for his straight sets win over dominic tim paul the end of of ports thank you don't like team has been the only man to be rafael nadal on clay in the last two years beating him the roland garros is another matter completely the king of clay dropped just one sip throughout the tournament and wasn't to be challenged by the austrian was after winning the first six for the dar raced out to an early lead in the second set by dominating some thrilling rallies i
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would the dow broke team in the third game of the third says before needing treatment for a cramp in his left hand. team say four championship points before nidal prevailed you see to me was the six four six three six two when means nidal is just the second person ever after margaret court when a live in singles titles one grand slam tournament nadal holds on to his number one ranking with the title it's also the first time since one thousand nine hundred ninety two that the men's and women's top seeds of both won vander worth al-jazeera while the women's french open champion simona halep the has been showing off for her trophy and paris the world number one has won her first grand slam title that fought back from a set down to be slow stevens in the final on saturday. to interview a has come from behind to win riley sardinia by one of the closest margins and
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world of rally championship history the belgian started the final stage point eight of a second behind sebastian orgy but he's daring driver saw him turn that around into a zero point seven second when the smallest winning margin in the w.r.c. has ever seen on the drills now extending his lead in the championship but to twenty seven points. we get every saying it was a really good fight. is no difference but it was a dream so we could try doing things to do to make the best. talks on expanding the twenty twenty two world cup to forty eight teams that have been taking off the agenda for fi fest annual congress on wednesday football's governing body will now hold talks with host qatar after request to begin
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a feasibility study was with drawn up by the south american called for the ration adding an extra sixteen teams to the tournament would require extra stadiums to be built while fifa president geonim centineo says the decision should be made before qualification begins next year. we should put twenty two we have i want that we have a format it doesn't. pender us to discuss any eventuality and if you know the world community and i think that could make sense from something other than that we should look into that but candidly and normally we fall to be in a big big issue. while teams continue to arrive in russia head of the world's biggest football spectacle which kicks off on thursday egypt's national team including the star player mohamed salah have touched down and. the furze are making their first appearance in the world cup in twenty eight years. aiming to prove his
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fitness after limping out of the champions league final two weeks ago egypt again begin their campaign against uruguay on friday on nigeria kick off the wall cup campaign on saturday when they face curation in group d. the players from the western african nation will be hoping to focus on their performances without form says without having to worry about being paid to syria's ahmed it is sort of ports from port harcourt. nigeria super hugo's are training hard for this year's world cup in russia the focus is on winning in advancing in the biggest sporting event in the world by dispute over salaries and bonuses caused to control the city during the last world cup in brazil four years ago. officials here say that was a turning point we sat down with the players because in the new way the course and
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i agree clearly what is your bonus with this what's present in the world cup already we agree on the money the going to put up for it but i'd sure money is now does apple if i'm going to say that was all and that show money has not been put aside if you just say the players were paid two point eight million dollars for qualifying team officials say they want to avoid a repeat of what happened in a previous world copy two thousand and fourteen when nigerian players refused to train ahead of their match the promise prompt payment of allowances this time a promise that officials appealed to keep in the past. some players say with a signed agreement their pay worries are put aside for now. the focus is on the task at hand fighting their way out of a why they're considered the underdogs we like where we've been placed we don't want to be one of the favorites i think this will give the team a bit more motivation to prepare to try to prove the you know the critics the prove
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people wrong that we can actually do much better i do think we can do so. that general the playing argentina away share and iceland as they try to advance from the group stages many will be watching to see if indeed full of issues and players have learned lessons from twenty fourteen i'm a degrees i'll just pour target. cricketing scotland to have claimed their biggest ever victory after beating the number one ranked o.d.i. side england by six runs column cloyd's beaten one hundred and forty guarding the scots the highest over o.d.i. score in england looked on track to chase down the target until the middle of the collapse losing five zero gets put just fifty six runs. and be a champ as the golden state warriors have arrived home after sweeping the cleveland cavaliers to win back to back titles all the states kevin toronto scored twenty points in the game four clincher won his second consecutive finals m.v.p.
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colobus conversation amount of zero. zero zero. where ever you. donald trump on came junk arrive in singapore ahead of the historic summit the u.s. president says is a one time shot at us. and our citizen is out there live from london also coming up the fallout from the
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fractious g. seven summit the white house accuses the canadian prime minister of stabbing them in the back the devastation caused by gotten all is ok now rescue workers say there is little hope of finding survivors and living ass in the u.k. to celebrate a hundred years since women won the right to vote. the stage is set for tuesday's historic summit in singapore the first between a leader from north korea and a sitting u.s. president don't trump and king john are now staying in separate hotels not far from each other from describe this as a one time shot at pace while kim told singapore's prime minister that the entire world is watching from singapore our diplomatic editor james bass said this report is a moment of history the leader of north korea first and then the u.s.
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president several hours later arriving in the same city this old summit is now effectively on the way the face to face meeting aimed at diverting a nuclear crisis taking place on shoes day kim jong borrowed a plane from china to bring him here he was probably the least well traveled leader on earth in charge of his isolated nation for six years he had met no other foreign leader until this year. he came to singapore with his own body guard unit and brought his own armored limousine on a cargo plane again supplied by china remarkably it's only nine months since president trump told the u.n. general assembly he was prepared to annihilate pyongyang diplomacy did finally kick in with north korea sending a delegation to south korea's winter olympics in february. a historic summit at the demilitarized zone between the two koreas was followed by
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a secret trip by then cia director mike pompei oh the first of two visits he made to pyongyang they pave the way for this summit in singapore trump briefly canceled this summit last month and he's repeatedly threatened to walk away if he doesn't believe the negotiations is serious a tough line but at the same time trump has been sending mixed messages to kim before he flew to singapore he was asked what he wanted to achieve at this historic summit but i had a minimum i do believe at least we'll have met each other we will have. seen each other hopefully we will have like each other and we'll start the process i would say that would be the minimal no do then for the north korean leader to commit to completely give up his nuclear capability but experts say that kim is also well aware that trump is unpredictable and that he's coming from another summit the g seven where he fell out with his closest allies
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a meeting where the optics are positive meaning trum gets a handshake with can from and it was agreeing to some kind of nuclear the need nuclear deal would go a long way to mescaline for president from as much as it would for the chairman of the north korean state committee so in in all likelihood i think the north koreans are. a bit but they are careful with the same time as kim had a brief courtesy meeting with singapore's prime minister news emerged that he was planning to leave the city just five hours after his meeting with trump that suggests there will not be lengthy substantive talks but we shouldn't discount the idea that the north korean side may perhaps of those proposed timings as a negotiation tactic james ways al-jazeera singapore are represented has some both sides are carrying out last minute preparations and meetings to ensure
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tuesday's summit goes smoothly but that's no guarantee of success kennedy alkis has this update from singapore. the u.s. president touching down here at the pilot bar air force base here in singapore just hours after kim jong il in the north korean leader also arriving now with the arrival of these two leaders in place the work begins in preparation for that meeting that will take place on tuesday there have been teams here on the ground working feverish late not just to get the logistics in place but also to set the right tone for the table the u.s. president tweeting while he was on air force one that he believed that this was a one time opportunity he believes the north korean leader will not waste also saying that he believes they can join the news ready to work towards peace and prosperity for his nation certainly this is something that the u.s. is offering as leverage towards achieving the goal of denuclearize station
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something that has been very hard to define between the two sides but that gap closing but what will be difficult is the measurable steps so as a result there is going to be a lot of pressure on these two leaders to prove that this is more than just a photo opportunity but something that can be achievable starting with what the u.s. president calls a dialogue. trump and came prepared to talk about new cases some moments in north korea countries meeting in china trying to salvage their own deal on uranium enrichment the whole trunk withdrew from the agreement with world leaders last month the shanghai cooperation organization summits iran russia and kazakhstan have vowed to uphold that they owe florence lewis reports. a pledge of support for iran's nuclear deal russia iran kazakstan promising to fully implement that three year old agreements despite the u.s. pulling out. of course our country cannot be but worried about iran nuclear program
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u.s. withdrawal from the comprehensive plan of action can further destabilize the situation . russia is in favor of consistent and unconditional implementation of the deal it was. put in spoke at the shanghai cooperation organization or s.c.l. summit held in the eastern city of qingdao russia is one of the eight s e o members together these countries represent forty percent of the world's population and twenty percent of global g.d.p. . bajan well germany and a power politics still persist in the world the growing cost for a more just and equitable international order must be heeded the mocker see international relations is an unstoppable trend of the times the aesir was formed seventeen years ago mainly to strengthen security cooperation but trade issues have
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become important to some s.c.l. members i involved in building infrastructure for china's belton road project dubbed as the new silk road to boost twenty first century economies in the coming few years. as your most likely will pick up more security considerations or geopolitical considerations and the corporation a model as your members involving the observer states in security all even for example moving into quasar military cooperation will not be impossible therefore as c.e.o. is expanding its mission is moving forward to deal better with the new challenges in the world. and as the u.s. is apparently becoming increasingly isolated from its allies because of trump's policies and tariffs and his readiness to withdraw from trade climate. the unity presented at the aesir is in stark contrast to the g.
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seven summit in canada where dog trump refused to endorse the final communique some analysts say the unified message from china also presents a challenge to the west in that world order florence li al jazeera beijing. well the white house a stepped up its verbal attacks on justin trudeau with top of visors claiming the canadian prime minister stumped as in the back at the g. seven summit trudeau avoided questions from waiting media in quebec donald trump labeled him weak and dishonest or comments made after the summit trudeau told reporters the us president's decision to invoke national security as a reason for his still trade tariffs was kind of insulting mike hanna joins me now from washington michael it rather than them making up it seems this war of words is actually escalating is indeed quite extraordinary the depth of this ongoing dispute between president trump and allies such as canada
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president making very clear his feelings about the canadian prime minister just minutes after the prime minister had announced a united g seven well in the course of this day president trumps advisors have been doubling down on his comments on larry kudlow his economics adviser said that justin trudeau had betrayed president trump by undermining him before taking part in that critical summit in singapore and trade advisor peter navarro with even further in his criticism of the canadian prime minister. there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald trump and then tries this stab them in the back on the way out the door and that's what bad face justin trudeau did with that stunt press conference that's what we dishonest justin trudeau did and that comes right from
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air force one i'll tell you this to my friends in canada that was one of the worst political miscalculations of the canadian leader in modern canadian history. but critics of president trump within the u.s. have expressed deep concern about this ongoing dispute form a national security adviser susan rice said president trump's decision to shun traditional allies and to back at the stories such as china and russia was a terrible thing to happen and she described it as downright dangerous thank you my kind of that life is in washington. the national. teams to abandon the. rescuers say there's little hope of finding anyone else to last sunday's eruption one
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hundred ten people nearly two hundred are missing and thousands of homes have been destroyed correspondent marianna sanchez joins me now for. one of just caught one of the most devastated areas marianna what we. will see we just came out of. the middle of a lot to see just up the road here. a couple of kilometers there and we we went. and the scene there even one week later it is over powering there were about two hundred people working there hard there were rescuers were leaking very hot ash plan in that it is. a field the bottoms of the houses and they have to be given.


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