tv Counting the Cost 2018 Ep 26 Al Jazeera June 30, 2018 12:33pm-1:01pm +03
journalist. disagrees and you think i'm up to snuff box a score and skip a beat me when i think about it but i'm going to have to provide you can't give up because they can mock you know that i'm going to scare me off so we've got to be up even to give you what you didn't you know and you haven't even need your sanity to another get in here where you have always thought well we have need to package the rules up a bottle of beer and next when you buy a drug money off you go off you as you say do you drink beer. i mean like the bird. but i got lucky. tries calling one of the brothers in the video oh. hello oh goodness it. has only slumber to do in the news for the blogger you were booked in but the woods near. the door one there to kiev hand in there's an audio on the family
one called john to opt out it was going to be with us i had to go back to. my. god to get out of a charcoal. dock there. were good to go but it was not like. a jumbo up up up up and. i tell you any of you have many by now you've had some of our lives locally but not all of you have lived in our country don's one eye opening mother told me. while i do clipping won't get passed gas aboard. name a melanic in the year one dead back ask me no name no more belittle me not the elegant man or been there to do an article give you a good absinthe in the gas expands like there was.
the brother sticks to his story that the video was fake. meanwhile one week after the first investigative team returns from koa their job unfinished a second team is sent. to the team again includes farzana bari this time joined by a parliamentarian and a judge. a local government minister addresses the religion in a jirga like setting. yes a daughter marrying your aunt broadsided if they were gathered there. they can embody what. a gesture going to make my family greatly how i. guess at it pakistan kids that will be doctor like idea yet insane yet we do. our society deny us someone here you get on january. all of these tacky gena gotta
keep. the investigators met two more girls who claim to be in the video team trying to verify if they were. as sick as you might be too good by pupils and. told. us not. a lot of boston. this is what her vastly less last. words this girl beggarman jones was this girl syringe are for isn't a bari did not believe that they were the girls from the video i told them that
these are not those two women afaik but she was overruled by the other team members by the time the team headed back to islamabad they were no longer speaking to each other they were team members of the committee i am saying they are the same in further investigation is why these two other women are saying you know all the he met the girls and they're saying the thing that has happened they submitted their report to the chief justice of pakistan soon after the supreme court closed the case months later the fate of the girls remains unclear. the boys are in hiding but their family has become the target of deadly revenge started when he was out of you know really what's going to be as it were they were one of those get your go there if you're going to live out of your car. i'm going to be. very curious
to know both. afzal is that breaking point. was fairly recently you don't just. want a bank of only a little family you can name not really need but you know for that we usually only jamie nearly everybody lou you know that is commit some you know. catherine who rolled is another journalist who took up the kates the first i thought of me was that these are you know. obviously i can verify that she was saying it in a certain trip so i had to go and talk to the women sent by the supreme court to investigate this. and one of the gigs photographs of the women that they passed and that photographs us all supplied for
a later catherine sent both sets of photos to a british facial recognition company. the experts then studied the two sets of big tours. they said that this was very unlikely to be the same woman for one thing that you might notice is that here she has a mole just above her lip maybe a couple of millimeters above her lip here and the mole appears to have moved and flattened. much higher her facial structure was so seems to be different so the question is if. these two women are not saying. why did this woman meet investigators returning to this one. one possible explanation is that some interest. it's technically legal he's honest there it is technically close he can do
something about it to be evidence i.e. they will be having with this new evidence from the facial recognition experts for senate barrino believed she could get the case reopened then get things i could get published and i had that every good spirit it was the one that they you know it was forty percent resemblance it was good for the feet but that i believe brothers of you know those boys that also and i got the statements from the police stations bid by these people reported because they work at it and i stick to my going to his voice saying that he had killed these boys because they had made videos of the men . she was advised to take the case to the district. because of the dollar did the big chunk of wood yard to join awful followed by the
body of a good buddy yes i don't know if you were in the bones that. i'm going to cuba pile up was i got by or double giovanna with the book on core set of values done a good job it says what did you know you were getting off just like a line had a lot bunch. nearly two years after the video was first leaked mazhar the lawyer for the national commission for the status of women presents the case when i did go to bed or eastman hiddink and that door or that of your boss who are going to your boss yucca dentals your hand your we'll let you know i won't go adalat. i got a bulls in than he had the on get dead bodies dragged for board to have produced. determined to keep the case in the public. turned to social media. i just thought you know how to show that you know how you know this no you have to. look ok who you just know so it's really easy but if you're not just you know last night
most. of. it touched a nerve. that . was that said that. was ok. that was. the one who. understands you but i thought one of your own is about going to be a noticeable difference as you probably know about that you'll cross on about i. reckon in the set out of it you've just done your bit is just pretty open not the one that i did the dots getting. was that. god was pleased and the school cocky humble to mamma so i can show on the course that they're good just do it just comes and i think you can meet institution the spectacular just it was or what that little bit south mean by that. but after
months of legal wrangling the high court reverses the district court order that the case is closed again. the girls were never seen in any court you're looking at the link above it is the family you're just guessing that you can't get it for five years was simply if you had it if you didn't do enough of those not the summit. will not be easy to go to school the top to get you break it to you what it was going to be what i'm here to get it out but you will be other what cut the budget let's look a look at that. thank you. both i know what i'm going to give you good if you look when you get one a year is. just. i'm going to get up now because now to me that you get to see
this much richard but you're not you don't begin to tell you. but that's not how those who hold the power in this remote region think of men like jurgen member move mark move don't get marry might be busy we get behind you we have. other love was. put to be needy you know. i got some that did the hit i got a side i'm saying they got. nothing to do. under it but something. else i mean it was silent yeah if there's a day that is the ultimate. this is the house where brothers are hiding. being nasser explains how the video has turned his life upside down. this man has put him in
better medical me. because he made clear. he's sure the girls have been killed. but. the brothers see no escape from the death threats also hanging over them. they can't even plead their case to the jirga. they get. the numbers in the name of. the day god gives them an hour. but they didn't get one even to. talk about the game and we didn't get. the force which means. he.
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whole robin you're watching al jazeera live from our headquarters here in doha also coming up syrian rebels say there's a temporary ceasefire in the southern province of there as the u.n. says one hundred and sixty thousand people have now fled. also south sudan's hopes for a lasting peace another ceasefire comes into effect we look at the fragility of the new agreement. and still searching the underground caves rescuers in thailand trying to make contact with a boy's football team that's been missing for a week. welcome to the program more than one hundred refugees and migrants are missing a fair drowned after their. boat capsized off libya's west coast now the bodies of three young children have been recovered at least sixteen people survived a spanish rescue ship says it was told by a tally of officials to let the libyan coast guard respond to a distress call from the boat witnesses described the vessel as old and overloaded
. with any sort of there were one hundred twenty people on board on their way the front part broke a wooden piece pierced it and then the boat started sinking and the water started to rise everyone died women children elderly people mean all of them died and i don't know whether we read it at first i was surprised with this boat because i was told it was eight meters and could hold twenty people when i tried to leave they beat me. i was forced to get on board families with children were miserable conditions it was full of about one hundred twenty to one hundred fifty people it was very crowded and the conductor could not even see in front of him. ibrahim yunus is the head of mission for doctors without borders in libya and to the mediterranean he works on rescue ships and does notice the italian coast guard is increasingly diverting responsibility to libya and normally we.
stress call. from and italian m.r.c. sea org. authorities and when we reach the target that we know assigned to us. most likely to tell us any structures to stand by young cause guard the scene and sometimes we wait for hours basically a transfer for responsibility do not leave young course. we know that sometimes they will be on course guard and don't have the necessary equipment like life jackets so that it is raised in danger a lot of people for sure. the tragedy at sea happened finally agreed on how to deal with the refugees who make it to shore italy had threatened to block any agreement unless it got what it wanted its new populist government has a tough stance on migrant ships stop three rescue vessels from docking at its ports
this month. possible from sicily. we're hearing tania and this is the last ship that brought in rescued migrants two weeks ago since then interior minister matteo salvini has closed italy's ports and at the summit there was no discussion as to what will happen the next time a european boat carrying rescued migrants is left stranded in the mediterranean instead italy's prime minister just emerged from the summit saying italy is no longer alone he went in threatening to use his veto it if there was not an agreement that suited italy he did and because of that italians believe they got some concessions but nothing will change if we don't play hardball and raise our voices we never get anything so broad any longer lives. under the new e.u. agreement italy could host voluntarily new migrant centers that would process all arrivals and determine which are genuine refugees and which are illegal migrants to the us. this country already has refugee camps the difference is that these
arrivals would no longer be subject to the dublin regulations italy would not be responsible for them soley the idea is they could be divided up between other member states but again as no one held that would happen and for italians sharing the burden is a key issue. italy has been left alone it's true but of course i don't agree on the methods used by our interior minister i do think europe has to be reformed especially because there is no agreement on this issue the agreement also promises to explore the idea of setting up disembarkation platforms in north africa to try and process migrants before they even attempt to the mediterranean crossing but not all italians are convinced to go to the software for trying to fix the problem in africa on the spot and trying to help them here it is really difficult war should always be welcomed and not pushed away but pushing away is exactly what italy has done in closing its ports and the new e.u.
declaration that asylum seekers landing in italy are actually arriving in europe seems almost redundant the free syrian army says a temporary ceasefire is in effect in southern syria now the truth comes out as a united nations refugee agency was the number of displaced people has tripled to one hundred sixty thousand in the past five days follows intense fighting and a ten day offensive by the government and russian forces at least eighty people were killed in strikes. of the syrian side of the border with jordan. natalie allen that we're here at the border crossing that many syrian refugees have used in the past to cross from syria into jordan today thousands of civilians mainly women and children again others along this border hoping to be able to cross into jordan. there were calls to his highness the king of jordan to give them permission to cross over. these families have nothing left for them to
ask to cross that border to escape death they've been displaced from areas that have been hit by thousands of airstrikes in the past few days and they're now looking to cross to safety we've witnessed the tragic events the civilians have been through and their only demand now is to go in the direction of jordan the area is meant to be part of a deescalation zone negotiated by the united states and russia turkey's foreign minister says the two countries have a responsibility to end the fighting. the united states and russia have reached an agreement regarding the area and syria they reached an agreement for deescalation zones and according to the deal opposition forces would be deployed on one side while syrian regime forces would be on the other but syrian regime forces launched an attack on the other side who made this agreement with the united states and russia they both have responsibility and this needs to stop a cease fire deal to the south for the whole of your civil war has come into force
president salva kiir a rebel leader right was sure sign the agreement in sudan's capital khartoum hold wednesday night calls for the opening of corridors for humanitarian aid the release of political prisoners and the forming of a transitional government within four months at least fifty thousand people have been killed and about four million displaced since hostilities began in twenty thirty dollars a residual borgen has covered the conflict in south sudan extensively she explains the fragility of the current ceasefire agreement. this is not the first ceasefire agreement to be signed since the conflict started in twenty thirty and this is agreement this isn't my think we meant to be signed and it's not clear yet whether it is going to hold a lot of agreements have been violated nearly every single agreement have been signed between the two parties and several other factions have been violated sometimes in less than twenty four hours after they were signed so it's not clear yet whether this would. i would actually hold because what both sides said is that
they do not want their forces to attack and less attacks and as their attacks are basically in defense and that's what they've been saying all along you will find a cease fire that is signed and then they will one side will come out and say we have been attacked and we fought back in self-defense and the cease fires were late and so it's not clear if this one is going to hold but people do have cautious optimism that this one would be this could be a little bit different because it has been brokered by sudan not by the regional bloc i gad and that it was signed by the two leaders it was signed by the president himself and the leader of the opposition and the representative of the south sudan's opposition alliance so so just because their top figures who have signed the ceasefire they're hoping that it might be a bit stronger than the previous these fires. at least two soldiers of the civilian have been killed in the cold a military base in central fighters drove a vehicle rigged with explosives onto the base and opened fire all believed troops now two of the attackers were killed the compound is the headquarters of the g.
five tons force made up of soldiers from mali the key to first retain the it was set up to defeat the groups across west africa and exposure is this is to research fellow at the africa's divorce strategic studies she says but the groups that dedicated to securing this whole region there are multiple forces that are deployed that each contribute to fighting extremist the first is the french force back on that is deployed in that area and has been deployed in different forms since. the islamist groups tried to take the capital bamako back in late two thousand and twelve another force of course is the you when this mission. which is deployed again throughout mali and also has a mandate to help mali security forces fight these groups so there's a multitude of actors there and they all try to work together to defeat these
defeat these groups. you know it's been a week since twelve young football as a coach went missing in a cave that subsequently flooded in northern thailand more than a thousand divers soldiers and border guards have joined the such a new opening to the underground cave complex was discovered on friday raising hopes the boys may still be found alone leave school hyla. you can hear the hum of that big diesel generator behind me that orange structure that's good news and we heard that again saturday morning as we climbed up this hill to the mouth of the cave that means that the pumps are working pumping out the water in the mouth of the cave right here we know that navy seal divers are standing by the scene as that water gets down to a level that's safe for them to go back in they continue with their exploration going further into the cave from this side that's one second prong today is exploring the whole vertical hole that chimney that was discovered on friday that is the other side of the search and rescue operation that they're focusing today on
saturday because there is a better visibility helicopters are going to be able to bring a quick end to that location up in the hills we know that the chief of the national police here in thailand is already up there orchestrating that part of the search and rescue operation what they're looking to do they have drilling equipment scanning equipment they want to try to get down into the bottom of that of that tunnel that chimney to see if it reaches into the cave complex if it does they can drop equipment they can drop supplies and then hopefully climbers so that's the two focuses today again still no definitive proof definitive evidence any clues to where these boys in the coach might be but at least on these two fronts because the weather is holding out that they're able to push forward while still ahead here on al-jazeera trying to find comfort away from home the yemenis who fled to a south korean island plus. i'm andrew thomas now on australia's ace coast i'll be explaining how rather a prime scolding the white.