tv Inside Story 2018 Ep 290 Al Jazeera October 18, 2018 2:32pm-3:01pm +03
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attention to the saudi consul journals home after finally being given permission to enter it's a team of forensic experts and police headed by the attorney general's office began combing through the residence from inside and out all in the presence of saudi officials the exception being the consul general himself who unexpectedly left turkey the day before. by the evening confessionals had told al jazeera that investigators had uncovered more evidence in the case of missing journalists. down the road a second search of the consulate itself was conducted on wednesday with police focusing on the c. block section of the compound where they had previously uncovered evidence that they say proved she was murdered more and more information is being revealed as a clearer picture begins to form albeit slowly of what's happened to jamal khashoggi turkish investigators have identified this man made her more trip a member of crown prince mohammed bin said a man's personal detail as
a main suspect he had accompanied bin sandman on several foreign visits in recent months turkish intelligence leaks a motorist made four phone calls to the crown prince his own personal secretary on the day she went missing and it was under more trips name that the private jets used by the saudi hit team were hired turkish investigators say they already have the evidence that proves that he was murdered and his body dismembered they say the reason why they insist on conducting searches like the one in the building behind me is so that they can establish all of the facts sarky say's it will go off to anyone and everyone responsible for this crime even if that includes one of the our wallets most powerful man. in istanbul you know the washington post has published the last opinion piece by jamal khashoggi before he disappeared the column focuses on freedom of expression in the arab world the newspaper says it was submitted to them by jamal's translator and assistant
a day after he was reported missing the post says it had held up publishing the piece until now with the hope that it could be edited with construction. european union leaders meeting in brussels say they will hold a special summit on bragg's it next month because not enough progress has been made on a deal with the u.k. european officials said british prime minister to resign may fail to present any new ideas the deadlock centers on keeping the board in ireland open up the northern out of these the e.u. for the rest of the u.k. in march well ahead of the summit prime minister explained what his government wants arden's position you know as it always has been ever since the referendum happened we want there to be a withdrawal agreement so the u.k. can meet the e.u. in order to caution we want there to be a transition period so that business and citizens can prepare for any changes that may take place we want there to be added protection of citizens' rights all across europe we want there to be a financial settlement and we also need a legally binding guarantee that there will not be
a hard border between northern ireland of the republic of ireland the united nations special envoy to syria has told the security council he's stepping down from the role in the venda staffan de mistura has spent years mediating between the syrian government and rebel sides he told the council the situation in syria is relatively stable but says it's moving on for personal reasons at least one thousand people have died after an explosion and shooting at a school in crimea investigators say an eighteen year old student went on a shooting spree before taking his own life. a government minister in india has resigned after as many as twenty women accused him of sexual harassment and assault . was the deputy foreign minister the allegations against the sixty seven year old dates back to his time as a leading newspaper editor in the late one nine hundred eighty s. and ninety's he's suing the first female journalist who reported him on twitter for defamation he's part of a long list of prominent men who've been named and most being called india's hash tag me to movement. all right those are the headlines the news continues here on
october two thousand and eleven call n l mama to get their feet is drugged from a drain pipe beaten and killed by libyan revolutionaries the body of libya's self-proclaimed brother leader lay down to notify the floor laying bare the end of his forty two we're cool. but at the very moment a new dawn libya was to suffer the revenge of his own history. me. what's happening in libya now we have two governments seems like
a big mess. the whole country is ruled by militias the struggle between these militias who are more power. now deeply in priority in the conflict in divisions in violence everybody wants to have his share of authority and his share of the money there's no central government per se which really has control so it's become really the front for a number of militias libya is trying to shape itself again but it's a country which is vast and it cannot be ruled centrally just from one city like the police it's a process of this integration of state of libya became now what we can call the territory of libya no more state.
the history of libya is the history of the foreign powers who ruled libya. we have the finishes come over to libya we have the greeks came over and set up cities we have their own minds and then we have the turks for almost one hundred years. it has been continuously because of conflict between the civilization between countries so it was under question by every power that your ears. libya invaded seized and occupied for millennia was for much of his history no single unified land. there was sarah nika there was tripoli time yet. and also also was not were not united for a long time. almost a thousand years of arab rule left a shared islamic tradition across the three regions for
a platonic in the west and the east and for then in the south. but they remain distinct separated by geography history and identity. by the early twentieth century italian colonizers would take over from ottoman turks occupiers and look to create a unified libya all of their own. when d'italia has invaded libya they actually if you move the country as the fourth caused for today they came with the idea that to live here is part of or to the. beginning in one thousand eleven italian a corporation was brutal and met by an organized resistance from syria nyc and the east. this resistance had this roots in the order of mohammed bin ali susi a sufi scholar for the stablished religious and political institutions across eastern and parts of southern libya. they tell you and they sed civic
society that was organized that has its own institution its own values that movement produce charismatic competent. corrupt leaders like a modern start. on one of our leading susi a man led the fight against the italian invaders but in one nine hundred thirty one after two decades of a targeted the guerrilla campaign on a little daughter was captured by the italian army and hang to that. the fence was more than. a needle being its fruit it made so many libyans like. they became somehow submissive to any use to the extent that they they they think a form of star can be killed in such a way there's no way to fight the titles.
the telling us would win the fight against libyan resistance. but after their defeat in the second world war in one nine hundred forty three they lose libya to british and french control. italy's loss however was the susi orders again in one thousand nine hundred fifty one libya became the first country granted independence by the united nations creating the kingdom of libya with the emir of syria nika it looses suzi as game. even independence was created as a compromise the western leaders urban leaders of their ability agreed to accept the king. as the king of libya in exchange for keeping the country unified. he was from the eastern part he was in exile in egypt and to be combat with the army which with the help of the british can lead to ease to a certain extent was was their man and libya so it was
a country that really did love exists in terms of suffering to the united states france and u.k. were actually running the affairs behind the scenes. can get greece granted permission for britain and the united states to build military bases in libya. and when point was discovered under the libyan sands in one nine hundred fifty nine british and american companies were first to be granted concessions. libya would now experience the transformative power of oil. in libya began to really change from one of the poorest countries in the. war two one of the richest in africa. before the oil the extended families and the tribal leaders had their sons in the army because it was the guaranteed for their fuel.