tv Inside Story 2018 Ep 334 Al Jazeera December 1, 2018 10:32am-11:01am +03
the standoff between ukraine and russia is one of the big issues on leaders' minds and ukraine's president has upped the ante banning russian males between the ages of sixteen and sixty from entering his country andrew simmons reports from kake of and one of the flashpoint border regions. this is the latest message sent from ukraine to russia via social media a miniature video packed with action drills said to be taking place nearly as. intended to show off the cranes defensive capabilities. that have been around so i view our joint forces operation is full of air defense weapons that are able to stop the aerial aggression of the russian federation. and as the live fire exercises were playing out on the world wide web president petro poroshenko decided to ban all russian mail holders aged between sixteen and sixty from coming in or
going out of ukraine. just outside hockey here of one of the main board oppose any seven hundred russians normally enter or leave the country every day. now the numbers are going down drastically with all the disruption that goes with it. i mean ukrainian he was supposed to be meeting my brother a russian national and his family they didn't let him in only the women. that man like many others have been involved in an important event a wedding border guards told people if it was a funeral or a humanitarian emergency they'd have free passage. president poroshenko says the main purpose of the action is to prevent the russian military from harming private companies to and through the border to form pro russian squads to cause trouble. shortly after taking offensive action against russian nationals putting out this military video message. just
a little purse of line on twitter. he told ukrainians there will be no mobilization of young people to flights already restrictions on human rights as long as russia doesn't invade our territory and to simmons' our hakeem of ukraine. the u.s. says it will cut the number of troops at the mexican border from five thousand six hundred to around four thousand that it plans to extend the deployment of those left until january on the other side of the border mexican or thirties have been moving asylum seekers from an overcrowded shelter and want to to a nearby events hole but heavy rain as it is hampering efforts to ensure everyone has enough food and shelter caster has more from one of the camps in tijuana. u.s. helicopters have been buzzing the border between san diego and here to want to mexico even as the u.s. military says it is lowering the number of troops deployed to the border though
it's tending their deployment until late january this is all happening as the central american asylum seekers who have been counting on this baseball field for more than two weeks are now packing up after two days of rain that turned these conditions unsanitary with outdoor bathrooms and people bathing exposed to the elements unable to keep their children dry the federal government of mexico has now opened an event center about fifteen minutes from here and is working to convince the last of these asylum seekers to board buses to go to that covered shelter that has not been an easy task though there are many here who are refusing to leave despite the conditions they say that because the u.s. border wall is so close their goal within sight that is the vision that drove them to walk more than a mile from their homes in central america to skate violence and poverty the vast
majority of these seekers say they denounce the attempts to cross the border illegally they say they will wait even if it does take months or even more than a year to file their asylum claim with the u.s. authorities that wait is because the u.s. is accepting fewer than one hundred asylum claims a day leading to that day after day of struggling to get to the next for these the central american asylum seekers a powerful earthquake has shaken the u.s. state of alaska causing widespread damage so far no casualties have been reported but after shocks are still being felt al jazeera is and you got to reports. this is the moment of major earthquake struck alaska's largest city you want to encourage courthouse stuff took. early third desks as building shook the magnitude seven quake left highways buckled buildings damaged and thousands without power.
you see the ground is cracked the windows are shattered out and we peeked inside and though it looks like part of the ceiling came down too so far no casualties have been reported but the damage is widespread and officials have recorded at least forty aftershocks the good news at this point in time is we have not been made aware of serious injury or casualty beyond the property casualty. but again we are just hours after a very significant earthquake the aftershocks are still continuing alaska is no stranger to worse quakes the most powerful quake in u.s. history hit anchorage in one thousand nine hundred sixty four measuring a magnitude of nine point two the shows are now assessing the damage with the state's governor making a disaster declaration as the cleanup continues and agalloch of al-jazeera a weather check is next then removing any potential weapons harris gears up for more violent protests plus i'm joined now in border post where
a right wing nationalist government is locked in battle with academic freedom and a whole society is losing out. from cool brisk noise and fuel it's. to the warm tranquil waters of southeast asia. hello again and welcome back we're here across the lavonne and into turkey we have been seeing quite a bit of clouds and rain over the last couple of days the good news is the storm system that is producing all these clouds is going to be making its way towards the north so a few more rain showers here across parts of iraq as well as syria maybe turkey a snow in the higher elevations there but as we go towards sunday most of that begins to push to the north here across the caspian though we will be picking up some showers up towards baquba a cool day for you at twelve degrees but it is going to be quite city that sees a better day with clouds pushing out of the forecast and we are going to sing about
twenty three degrees for you there well those clouds are going to be a problem here across parts of kuwait as well as into saudi arabia here on saturday there are those clouds right there we do expect to see maybe a and bedded shower or two but it won't produce any heavy rain maybe no localized flooding in the forecast there but as we go towards sunday a lot of those clouds begin to make their way towards the east so here in doha we do expect to see most of cloudy conditions and the shower activity should be well to the north but over here towards it is going to be about twenty eight degrees and clouds starting to make their way into the forecast there and then down towards the southern part of africa we are seeing some cloudy conditions for parts of durban at thirty one degrees and as we go towards sunday things start to improve the temperature there of about twenty six degrees there with sponsored by time peace. the un's new human rights chief discusses her mission challenges and plans going forward month listeners on that attack and and there are some pushbacks and human
rights too michelle talks to al-jazeera. well you. know so let me let. welcome back i'm just. a reminder of our top stories this hour the world's economic powers are in argentina for the g. twenty summit which is meant to focus on trade and climate change the u.s. mexico and canada have signed a new trade deal as president donald trump and china's leadership thing prepare for their trade talks on saturday about the sun that's been overshadowed by the
presence of saudi crown prince mohammed bin salmond who's appeared launching the isolated he's been confronted by some leaders over the murder of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi and was greeted by russia's president that i'm a person who started off with ukraine is also a contentious issue and ukraine's president has russian men between the ages of sixteen and sixty from entering the country for a month saying it will prevent the formation of more pro russian troops. the new united nations human rights chief has told al-jazeera it's time for the un to investigate the death of jamal khashoggi michel basher lay was speaking to diplomatic editor james bay is this part about talk to al-jazeera program. almost two months after jamal khashoggi was murdered and dismembered in the saudi
consulate in istanbul the saudi and turkish investigations remained separate and seem to be going nowhere saudi arabia is refusing to hand over the suspects it's arrested and it hasn't given the turkish authorities any idea of the whereabouts of the journalist body now in an interview for talked to al jazeera the new high commissioner for human rights michel bash away says the time has come for an international investigation whether boat. is it time for the u.n. to set up an investigation i think it is time i mean i don't have that in my might monday i would be the secretary general to do that well if we were i think they're looking at which are the best ways of doing it but i think they should be an international. and because we cannot do criminal investigation you need you need to be sure with all the mechanism that can that can do that i have asked the u.n. . to look forward to the best mechanism to when you bought the u.n.
secretary general antonio good terrorist currently at the g twenty summit is sticking to his position that he won't act until he gets a referral from one of the un's major bodies the security council general assembly or human rights council and from one of the countries of the un we do need a legal mandate from a legislative body or and of course also a request. or at least a request from from a member state that has not that has not come and just to be clear those conditions and requirements you've made those two requirements those are legal conditions or are they just things that the secretary general things he thinks he needs as political cover in case the saudi subjects sometimes had to give the u.n. it's hard to. separate the two it's the secretary general's positions and it remains it's worth recalling in twenty sixteen the previous secretary general put
saudi arabia on a blacklist of countries that target children in conflict zones when the saudis threatened to pull the humanitarian funding to the u.n. the secretary general took them off the list the u.n. won't confirm whether it's received in the new threats from saudi arabia james al-jazeera of the united nations and you can watch the full interview with michelle basle a straight after the. it's emerging as one of the largest cyber security breaches in history for the past four years hackers have been getting into the marriott hotel empire's guest reservation system and stealing the private data of as many as five hundred million guests the hacking affects brands in the starwood network including w. hotels and regis sheraton and weston starwood was acquired by marriott and twenty sixteen no chains which carry marriott's branding or threatened the data compromised includes possible numbers credit card details e-mails and mailing
addresses mountain the biggie is a visiting professor at the u.s. naval academy and the author of cyber deterrence and cyber war he says it may not be thieves who are behind the hacking. it's been five years this christmas and the target was hacked. roughly about seventy million people had their credit card stolen and the c.e.o. lost his job and you would think that corporations would take a lot more care to figure out who's getting the databases apparently from what i understand it was only recently that mary out understood that it was getting unauthorized accesses the some of the data that should have been. should have been much better protected than it was so i have to confess a lot of this is a mystery to me it's been observed that gurgles of this information has made its way into criminal markets these people have been taking credit card numbers for
instance for four years and yet nobody seems to have had their accounts looted as a result and that makes a lot of professionals believe that the folks who are interested in the data were not criminals but they were as intelligence agencies and they were basically trying to correlate the movements of people that they had information on with the hotel arrangements of these people ok try to find out for instance whether two suspicious characters were in the same place at the same time protesters angry at the price of fuel and france preparing for another demonstration in the heart of paris for more than two weeks people dressed in yellow vests have taken over streets across the country al-jazeera as david chaytor has more. every potential projectile was being removed from the seans elisei shop windows boarded up as paris prepared for yet another day of protests. the rights here last saturday were likened to
a war scene four thousand police are being deployed to prevent them being repeated but the so-called yellow vest rebellion launched against hikes in fuel taxes is proving hard to control. these pensioners were donning the iconic uniforms for the first time every driver in france is vaguely obliged to carry one in that car it was president of manual macron though who is in their headlights for pushing through reforms without caring for ordinary people. on our crew. people believed in him because he was young but it's not true he's doing the same as the old politicians or even worse an opinion poll published this week shows that more than seventy percent of the french public support the best rebellion even the prime minister. says that they have something that should be heard important thing . but only one of them responded to his invitation for talks and left minutes later
the reason for my told him i do not wish to pursue discussion because they did not allowed it to be filmed these debates and this reflection will continue its approach s. which is not only crossing social boundaries in france but is also spreading beyond its borders yellow vests have appeared in brussels and now spread as far as the french island of re-union in the indian ocean so. the movement was not born at a political position or that from a wide range of concerns it is allowed people to be part of it. prison matt cries in argentina for the g twenty but he cannot escape reminders of the spreading rebellion back home david chaytor al.