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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 88  Al Jazeera  March 30, 2019 3:32am-4:01am +03

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round during the campaign voice support for civil partnerships and adoption by gay couples activists hope the vote will mark a turning point and one of yours most socially conservative countries there if it is russia is targeting sunday's election in ukraine with cyber attacks at familiar with ukrainian cyberspace after using it to test techniques that would use that would potentially be used to influence the twenty sixteen u.s. election jonah home at some public figures in the capital kiev is a then now the targets of the troll farms. russian interference in ukraine's presidential election is less a concern than an expectation that's according to the s.p. use state security service it says cyber attacks have already occurred and has war games scenarios including attacks on government ministry websites and the central election commission media outlets are another obvious target the news channel
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a.t.r. broadcasts from kiev aimed at the mostly empty russian muslim tartar population of occupied crimea staff say they're a frequent efforts to disrupt communications but it is the editor in chief a former russian journalist and popular blogger who seems to be a person of particular interest but almost. any kremlin troll sconce and there apart my posts on facebook and the bookmark come on facebook. and facebook is literally full of pro russian accounts which get a decent formation of biology that the country is a fairly that that power should be changed as avarice and should change it's not the first time that facebook stands accused critics say the social media network did not do enough to prevent manipulation of the two thousand and sixteen u.s. presidential election this time in a statement on ukraine facebook said we recently removed a network of facebook and instagram accounts for engaging in coordinated
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inauthentic behavior as part of a network that originated in russia and operated in ukraine it's notoriously difficult to prove the hand of russian election interference in russia of course denies it but ukraine would seem to be particularly fertile ground for it this statue represents the friendship of the people of ukraine and russia where there's talk now with tearing it down as ukraine continues its attempts to move closer to nato and the european union not everyone agrees with the empty russian narrative some see the hand of the. i mean straight at work instead to use it are never crania again to make ninety percent of what people call russian influence is internal machinations of the ukrainian government cementing its position based on creating hysteria and paranoia. sits on the foreign affairs committee in ukraine's parliament i think that russia influence is still very big
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in ukraine but also in the world here in ukraine we see that their plane guess card still also there supporting with russian money one of the political forces one of the presidential candidate but also they are playing a big part in the e.u. by simulating some of the countries to be on their side the truth may be a question of perspective but the results old friendship ties severed seem impossible to reverse jonah how al-jazeera keo. more from london about fifteen minutes including of course all the latest from westminster now back to elizabeth thank you very much now a hamas affiliated newspaper is reporting that a deal has been reached between hamas and israel to reduce tensions palestinians meanwhile are preparing to mark the one year anniversary of weekly protest along the border fence let's go to our correspondent harry force that he's joining us live from gaza so talk us through what's reported to be in this deal harry. well
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this is all according to the newspaper which is a hamas affiliated newspaper so it does come with a good deal of weight and it is reporting that a deal has been reached between hamas and israel and among the provisions that israel is conceding to hamas is apparently allowing the amount of qatari money coming into gaza every month to run to raise rise from fifteen million to forty million every month also to extend the fishing zone from my nordica miles out from the coast to twelve nautical miles to facilitate more capacity on the electricity lines bringing electricity in from israel to gaza and all sorts of back the creation of a desalination plant with money from qatar from also with the coordination the united nations and the e.u. so fairly major things that hamas can say it has gained in this deal potentially and more sign that
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a deal is in the offing came in the instructions that were given from the organizing committee for this big protest tomorrow to mark a year of these great march return border protests calling on people to stay back from israeli gunfire follow instructions not do anything aggressive not to burn tires what we can expect the israelis to get from this hasn't been formalized but we know they've been seeking calm on the border an end to rocket fire harry thank you very much for that and now that's how a force that would delay live and got there thank you. to thailand now where the election commission is blaming software problems as it faces criticism for confusing and delayed vote counts from last sunday's election the problem military . catch up party and an opposition alliance a ball of claiming to have come out on top official results won't be released until may ninth the chaotic count and the allegations of vote buying of montoya lands first election since a military coup five years ago when haiti has the latest from. there were many
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complaints of discrepancies on election day both from voters and election monitors as well and it seems some of those concerns are only growing now that the election commission is finalizing the results remembering these are still provisional results the final official results won't be known until the ninth of may so what we saw unfold on thursday was a surprise media conference called by the election commission to announce the final provisional results for the popular vote but it seems that there were some pretty major problems within the figures that they released and so once they found out about these discrepancies they withdrew those results give you a couple of examples the voter turnout was just over thirty eight million people but the number of ballots cast was more than forty million so all of a sudden there are more than two million ballots cast by a seemingly mystery group of voters and the turnout lips significantly if we look
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at the numbers from sunday election day to that media conference on thursday an extra four and a half million voters were found so clearly many people are asking questions of the election commission why there are so many problems emerging emerging why there are so many discrepancies in these numbers the election commission is only really saying that it will investigate in the meantime the political parties are being left to try to form coalitions trying to do deals with like minded parties those agreements will really amount to nothing until the final official results are known on may the ninth.
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time for now peta thank you elizabeth heavyweight boxer cobra for live has been suspended by a california circulated commission after kissing a female reporter during an interview the bulgarian that was being interviewed by jennifer a volatile following these women were bugged and dino last saturday and just after the shots were taken he kissed her on the lips for a live claim to the two are friends but rivaldo says she'd only met the box of the day before and is taking legal action against him. he acted like nothing happened but later at the party he asked me to remove the kids from the interview. i did not remove it and instead i posted it because i wanted people to see what he had done
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to me i wanted him to be accountable i didn't want him to get away with it what he did to me was disgusting i felt humiliated no woman should be treated this way mr poole of and i were not friends and were not in romantic relationship he had no right to kiss me ferrari have bounced back from a slow start to the formula one season with both the teams drivers topping the time shown practice for the bahrain grand prix former world champ sebastian vettel proved fastest on friday even though he was far from seamless in the first session teammates a little showed a shade slower than him overall as he had been at the first race in australia when vettel was fourth and look next. raja casablanca have won the african super cup the match between the winners of the calf champions league and confederation cup the moroccan club scored first before the champions league winners esperance equalized
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but then the budget netted the winner for roger for a two one win the match was played in cutter the first time the super cup was contested outside of africa three time champion roger federer is back in the miami open semifinals and there were some amazing volleys to help get in there a number four seed won the first eight games of each match and eventually ousted six scene did kevin anderson six love six through something of a generation gap coming up the fed remember thirty seven year old weak nineteen year old dennis shot totals in the fire. was a great fighter look is a true professional regardless of the score is going to keep going for it and keep believing. you know in tennis you got to cross the finish line you can't wait for the clock to run down. in the women's draw simona halep had a chance to move up to the world number one ranking but lost it naomi assad is the incumbent but all helen had to do to topple her japanese rival was reach the final
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in miami the romanian is the number two seed but lost the opening set of a semifinal seventy five to catalina pliska from where she started to unravel in a stop start match because of the rain risk of a battle to win i'm consecutive games to take this match after a brilliant rally on match point seven five six one the final still. they have missed out in the world series last year but the los angeles dodgers are off to a powerful start in this year's major league baseball season pietersen in their memory care mandate is hit two home runs each as the dodgers defeated the arizona diamondbacks twelve five l.a. hitting eight home runs for a new major league opening day record and tying the franchise record for any game at the same time. tiger woods may have slipped from golf's number one ranking almost five years ago but the fourteen time major champion still has the magic touch this was tiger the tenth hole of the w.d.c. matchplay venting austin texas on these knees and playing left handed the american
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pulled off an incredible save to make paul unfortunately he lost the match against brandt snedeker to levy's hopes of progressing in the balance the current world number one dustin johnson had some trouble of his own with these parts on the eighth he's balwyn all the way around the cup without going in johnson lost to brandon grace but is still alive in the competition. we're just two weeks away from the n.b.a. playoffs and two of the western conference each went to hate on thursday the used the rockets got a boost to the win of the day in the nuggets james harden schooling thirty eight points and the rockets having a huge second quarter to win this one one hundred twelve eighty five. six horse racing is set to resume in california sense an easier track on friday three weeks after it was suspended because of the deaths of twenty two horses in three months an investigation forced the closure of the breeders cup venue now california as a whole strafing board says it will take steps to ban the use of weapons
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and we'll leave it there for now most of all coming up again later elizabeth taylor thank you very much for that and that does it for this al-jazeera news out of a day stay with us maryam namazie will have another full news bulletin for you from london in just a few minutes thank you for watching. the arab world is going through some unprecedented changes from the saudi u.a.e. led war in yemen to the conflict in syria and protests in algeria. the
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arab league will hold its first chief summit in the two museum capital tunis after a nearly eight year absence will syria return to the leak join us for up to date coverage and in-depth analyses on al-jazeera given the formula for yorktown that they may have a health question mark over it but he does have a corruption question mark over it and join me many are some up from ally guests from around the world take the hot seat and we debate the week's top stories i think issues fear on al-jazeera. resort is one of nigeria's top tourist destinations but in the shadow of the mountain some nigerians continue an ancient tradition with child protection workers say condemns young girls to a life of slavery and sexual exploitation five year old miracle was married for money just a few weeks ago joan leaves with some missionaries who says she's proved many marriages happen i couldn't reach it is a missionary or rescues goals the man goes to buy it get outrightly
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a no go and it will be trucked to gail before she's born there what if it takes fourteen years it mondays the brothers can still go to get their money away in twenty sixty one a one easter revealed that girls from me in march some as young as fifteen were trafficked to singapore to work as mate it's illegal and costing lives so why does it still continue when law abiding singapore one zero one east on al-jazeera. so the nerds have it. the british prime minister's breaks it deal rejected a third time parliament now has two weeks to come up with a new plan or crash out of europe.
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i know i'm maryam namazie this is al jazeera live from london also coming up hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets of algiers demanding an overhaul of the entire political establishment. we're just about to board a canadian air force. should find out next why this has become one of the deadliest peacekeeping operation in the u.s. history. a new zealand remembers a memorial service is held for those killed in the mosque attacks two weeks ago. we begin this hour here in london where british m.p.'s have rejected the government's breaks it deal for a third time the prime minister had promised to resign if it was passed but the withdrawal agreement failed to win enough crucial support falling short by fifty
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eight votes to resume a now has until april twelfth to come up with a new plan or face the prospect of crashing out in a no deal scenario reports. the our eyes to the right two hundred eighty six the nose to the left three hundred forty four. the breaks it breaks through the pritish prime minister had staked her political career on has been defeated the country remains in confusion the speaker rising kit should be a matter of profound regret to every member of this house that once again we have been unable to support leaving the european. the implications of the house's decision. britain has only two weeks to find an alternative way forward otherwise it will crash out of the e.u. without a deal without a plan gerry called the opposition labor leader said the defeat paved the way for
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a general election this is big the house has been clear this deal now has to change the has to be an alternative found and if the prime minister can't except that then she must go not at an indeterminate date in the future but now so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election treason may had promised to resign if a deal was passed but the gamble failed to win support from northern ireland's democratic unionist party that props up maine's government remember this brics it means bracks it and this we are very clear we will be leaving the e.u. on the twenty ninth of march two thousand and nineteen is eleven pm what. the regional deadline date is hugely symbolic for the prime minister and for seventeen million people who voted for breaks it. to leave the european union all those. breaks it is they've gathered outside parliament on the day in which the u.k.
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was meant to be leaving the view out where is that money. the division inside parliament was echoed on the street surrounded the countries of odds with itself. so how can britain move forward from here but it may have missed the opportunity for an orderly exit on may the twenty second but to resume a could still give her deal another go possibly even next week meanwhile in pisa hunting for a majority for an alternative to teresa mayes plan they fail to rally around a single idea so far they'll try again on monday a second referendum a general election another extension anything seems possible but british politics remains powerlines to. westminster. or paul brennan is outside the push and joins us now the prime minister's been defeated for a third time does this mean she won't give up the fight. well i don't think serious
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amazed the kind of person to give up fighting full stop three times had not proved to be a charm for how to deal could she bring it back a fourth time there are rumors that she will try personally i don't see how that's possible given the existence of a ruling by john bercow to speak of the commons he said that she couldn't bring it back for another vote unless it had substantially changed and that was the splitting up all the two components elements of the deal into the withdrawal agreement on the political declaration today so the just the withdrawal agreement what was what was voted on today that was what got it available to for a vote today well now that that tactic has failed i can't really see how it's possible for her to bring it back next week that said the room has a swelling around this place ah that she will try that on monday indicative votes will take place by m.p.'s who have seized control of commons time once again they
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will once again put the various options in front of m.p.'s in the hope of securing a majority for one of them there are colt's that the customs union idea by one of the m.p.'s can call but could actually get across the line this time is defeated by eight votes last whether he's got this right he's then just gone next monday could it could have just about secured majority hands but then the idea is that serious i'm a would have good meaningful vote deal in a kind of a runoff against whatever succeed to be indicative face is not to go up i'm not sure that it is but at this point in time in bracks in good time so short the tenth of april looming as a european council meeting this government will try anything it possibly can thank you very much from westminster hall brennan. well european council president on all tests says the leaders will now meet on april tenth to disk. asked the way forward
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so for more on that and the reaction from the e.u. natasha botha joins us from brussels what are you officials saying is there a sense that we're getting closer to a no deal scenario. well there's no doubt that e.u. officials have been increasingly talking about the possibility of a no deal sonora top officials like the e.u. chief negotiator michael bonnie have been saying that a no deal is now perhaps the most cruel simple outcome of the deadlock that we've seen in westminster over the past few days and that feeling only fueled by events today as british m.p.'s reject the withdrawal agreement once again there is a great sense of frustration in the e.u. we've also had the german foreign minister. this evening after that vote saying that you know that sense of frustration has pervaded this whole a briggs's negotiation process for many years now in a sense some e.u.
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leaders are saying the simply needs to end one way or another now what we're looking at is this april the temps date that is the date that the e.u. council president donald tosca sent for an e.u. summit at that summit to reason may be invited she is expected to come to that summit having presented some sort of plan for britain some sort of way forward if she doesn't want to eat as the saying is that britain will simply have to leave the european union on april the twelfth without a deal that's something that they would like to try and avoid they do want to live in what's called an orderly fashion but it is looking harder and harder to reach that point i should just add one last thing and that is that donald tusk is one of several e.u. leaders who's now talking about possibly offering the united kingdom a really normal extension or wasicka fifty perhaps to the end of the year the idea being it would be a source of cooling off period of time for person to rig. go back to the table
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really try and think about what it wants to do what kinds of table talk about referendums elections all sorts of things but in a way that allows the e.u. to get on with its business in the meantime and they're going to come back together at some later date thanks very much from brussels as. hundreds of thousands of people i've been on the streets of algeria capital in the biggest anti-government demonstrations since unrest erupted six weeks ago police used tear gas and water cannon to break up the protests demonstrators are demanding an overhaul of the entire political system but it smith has more. a sixth week of peaceful protests in algeria though so far no change in government but many algerians feel they've never been closer. but twenty years is enough so get out l.j. area has many candidates who are competent to take the job so why would the regime
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stifle them in their own country are you this there's a breath of fresh air algeria doesn't deserve this we deserve to live in peace you know not that i'm here to confirm the people's demands they have to listen to us. earlier this week the army back to their calls for president abdelaziz bouteflika to step down. by the ruling party its coalition partner and i'll jarius biggest union have also now joined the calls for beautifully could to go but the eighty two year old remains in office even if he does go that won't be enough for the protesters and then. we want to move to a real democratic country for a transitional period and to set a new algerian government which will be elected by the people and not by this government we are against this government the the protesters want an overhaul of a powerful establishment that has been entrenched in power since algerian
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independence from france in one thousand nine hundred six when they won the resignation of the ruling elite but a subtle longside beautifully could for twenty years were anything like about to happen the powerful military would have to agree and it's very sensitive to signs of instability that. everyone is waiting for the constitutional council to rule on beautifully because fitness for office based on health reasons it's given no indication when it will make a decision if it rules a president unfit for office parliament must endorse the decision by a two thirds majority even if that happens it will only just begin to will fill the demands of the hundreds of thousands of algerians who've spoken out in protest. bernard smith. the united nations security council is meeting to discuss the deteriorating situation in mali they're asking for more troops and resources but as fighting intensifies some countries a pulling the soldiers out of the un peacekeeping force that has hot links out with
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canadian troops operating out of the city of in northern mali. this canadian task force is deep in mali's desert on a training mission to rescue frontline troops down below un soldiers french and west african forces are fighting twenty armed groups including this law makes state in the greatest a horror in the in the grip dr. and her team of medics fly in aboard a chinook helicopter. this is a training exercise in hostile terrain. we don't know if there is the facility to meet the area so by treating them here we're putting ourselves a target so there's a possibility that he fired us. because a really big target so we don't there is an enemy. in the area so it would swarm the back a step up and get out.

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