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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 97  Al Jazeera  April 8, 2019 3:32am-4:01am +03

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oh you will be not far from the landfill is an informal school run by grace a bonnet that is helping to fulfill that dream ray says parents are not to waste because but she grew up here and knows what it's like to suffer what many would consider the stigma of being from the area really being at the wheel but then let anybody go on that as they met you still live among their obvious but we're not rubbish. that lesson seems to have been welcomed by the kids. if in the schools help me a lot reza often advise us not to give up hope even though we pick rubbish we have to keep going to school. it's a message the government is also keen to impart on the program quote about how we have reached hundreds of families we help pregnant women children we also have family development sessions we meet the parents and we make them aware of how
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important it is for their kids to have an education. these initiated to fill a gap. they may not be enough to keep every child in at school but they're a start florence li. bum talk about outside jakarta indonesia the us president has ridiculed the system which gives migrants a safe passage donald trump says people seeking asylum at the southern border looked like makes martial arts fighters he was addressing a republican jewish coalition in las vegas the asylum program is a scary some of the roughest people you've ever seen people that looked like they should be fighting for the u.f.c. . they read a little page given by lawyers that are all over the place you know warriors tell them what to say you look at this guys are wow that's a tough cookie. police in new york have arrested a man for threatening to kill
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a muslim democratic congresswoman omar patrick. jr faces up to ten years in prison if convicted the commuter say he called omar's office in march and threatened to shoot her then left his contact details in custody after appearing in court and. venezuela's president the man trying to force him from power have been holding rival rallies in caracas nicolas maduro on one why doughboy indeed child there for the electricity outages plaguing the country shortly we'll hear from jamal there was what the president's supporters on saturday but first here is our latin america it's all the same newman who is among the opposition crowds. this is what opponents of nicholas have little call the first stage of what they've labeled operation liberty in actual fact it's an attempt to gauge just how successfully they can continue to bring supporters out onto the streets not just here but throughout the israel. and want to show that they have not grown tired or afraid despite increased
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threats from armed paramilitary groups loyal to the government to fire tear gas and he didn't bullets at protesters but but this if it is says she's not afraid. but you do is incompetent he talks about socialism but he lives like a millionaire like an imperialist but we haven't had any water in my neighborhood for more than a year. and. opposition leader apologized for the improvised stage and the poor sound quality he said intelligence police operatives have confiscated for generators and two trucks for the rally and arrested the drivers are going to run in let me. tell you it's just not water and electricity that we are demanding no we are here to demand freedom and democracy food education and a future and nothing will stop us and. we achieve it. but nearly three
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months into the standoff is on the offensive tuesday the supreme court which is no oil to the government stripped of his legislative immunity which means he can be arrested at any moment despite warnings of retaliation from the united states the sign reads the next exit is meta flotus me to florida says the presidential palace but it is wishful thinking if these people believe that president nicolas maduro is going anywhere any time soon and so the real task of the opposition leaders now is to try to keep these people out on the streets for the long haul. the large demonstration in caracas was peaceful but in the northern city of daraa riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters why the admitted that more sacrifices are needed. but his most sobering message was directed at those who are calling for u.s. military intervention. why though says it's up to the news wayland's to lead the
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charge for regime change a clear reference to the trumpet ministrations recent admission that military action is not in the cards for now. seeing human i've just. seen. president nicolas maduro put out the call to supporters and they heeded that pool thousands of them taking to the streets of central correctness to show that the embattled president still enjoys a lot of support amongst the people men and women young and old have gathered here to show that not only they supports president nicolas maduro but they are them and three opposed to the u.s. sanctions imposed against an israeli let's speak to a couple of the house the first why why are you here today but. i must be we are heavy i will need to stand with president nicholas motherhood and the socialist i want to show until the very end we want to make they will grow at their top class and move. well that's one of the jews obviously one of the things that the u.s.
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has been banking on is not the continuous power shortages and water cuts would make people turn against the president's charm or to ask this gentleman here with these we're told shortages i'm an electricity cuts doesn't know made you lose faith in the government through them and they put a gas is absolutely not we know destructive acts are meant to break us but we will resist we need achieve southam powermat we know that imperil ism is a reality so we must resist it. thank you now aside from showing their support to nicolas maduro the essential message that is also expressed by the people gathered these large crowds in caracas is that they want to support their revolution they believe that the foreign intervention as they've described that particular from the united states is an attempt to defeat the socialist revolution here on this. that they are against any foreign intervention that they are in support of the president
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and that they are here to defend that revolution so we've had on the al-jazeera news out of the sports news and the former olympic champion who's become the oldest winner of the oxford versus cambridge university both race. india is in the midst of a high tech revolution with over one billion. yet in a country where one in four called how can this technological boom be harnessed for the common good. life challenges a digital entrepreneur to devise an easy to struggling farm. can he find a way to bring the two worlds together. life smoke based on al-jazeera. until now in the coverage of latin america that most of the world was a cover including todd's tragedies of quakes and that was it but not how people
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feel how they look how they think and that's what we do we go anyway five and a half months of demanding it to an education system that was introduced to. latin america as a zero has come to fill a void that needed to be filled. the support here is peter thank you very much nearly one thousand foreign runners took part in north korea's pyongyang marathon that's more than double compared to last year thanks to reduced political tensions although there were no americans because
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of a u.s. state department ban on traveling to the country the event is part of the celebrations of the birthday anniversary of north korea's founder kim il sung and it's allows running tourists a rare opportunity to jog through the streets of the tightly controlled city. i wanted for the half marathon and i really enjoyed it it was a great atmosphere as you can see there were many people in the stadium as well as along the streets from young to old the citizens waved and cheered i managed to take a lot of photos i was more walking and running. in football what food will play manchester city in this year's f.a. cup final after a come from behind three two semifinal win on sunday it looked like wolves would be on their way to the final back to put them in the lead in the first or before all human is double billing with less than thirty minutes to play but what for never gave up general pulled one back with eleven minutes left and then in injury time troy deeney held these nerve to convert the penalty and forms extra time then
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popped up to complete the comeback and saying watford today first if a cup final since ninety nine eighty four. football in tanzania has gone under the radar in africa for decades but an upturn in fortunes has seen them hit new heights at both club and international level with the country qualifying for the africa cup of nations for the first time in nearly forty years poorest reports. success stories in east african football law few and far between but a turning point may have come here in tanzania club side simba spearheading a steady march to new heights in dar es salaam that the first towns in ian team to reach the quarter finals of the african champions league a two legged to date with destiny against multiple champions t p mazembe of the democratic republic of congo. between the team is just getting work being
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together loving each other helping each other that's the most thing that makes us successful. different games from other games we've played but. give them there is progress they deserve it's a big team but we're also a big team on we just look forward to our game teams here seem to have got bigger across the board these fans were watching the tanzanian women site play at the national stadium on friday. fuelled by the man having qualified for june's expanded africa cup of nations in egypt for the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty it's been helped by a fresh start for money was halted in twenty seventeen after a corruption scandal but has returned under the football federation his new president we are trying to make sure that. they have faith in our new leadership and that we are open but also transparent. throughout that you will make it
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we are going to egypt in the surprise. these fans at the symbol much witnessed a nil nil draw against t.p. mazembe a in dar es salaam so simba travelled to lupin next week with hope of reaching the semifinals a result that coach believes would be well and we got some some results. serious professional and. for now it's back to the training ground for simba as they go ninety minutes away from history but whatever their result twenty nineteen could be remembered as tanzania's year paul race. the hong kong sevens is considered the jewel in the crown of the rugby seven a side world series and fiji have won it for a fifth consecutive time on sunday the fijians faced francais in the final day schooled two tries before half time to establish a lead they would never relinquish twenty one save in the final score to fiji to go
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second ahead of new zealand in the overall standings the united states of the series leaders with three rounds still to be played. the milwaukee bucks made sure of the best record in the n.b.a. this week but they've immediately shown some changes in their armor heading into the playoffs smokie were on home court against the brooklyn nets on saturday but they were without leaving school giana sente to come both through injury and had to bounce back from a big deficit in the fourth quarter the engine russel's twenty five points for brooklyn saw them over the line though and kept them in the hunt for a playoff place with two games to go to. cambridge of beaten oxford in the u.k. is one hundred sixty fifth the university boat race they won by two seconds on london's river thames with britain's double olympic champion james cracknell on board at the age of forty six it becomes the oldest person to compete in the race time from computers of rowing in two thousand and six but qualified for the race
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because he's studying a masters degree at cambridge. and will leave it there for now most vote again later during peter thank you for that and thanks for watching the news hour on al-jazeera that's it for the team and don't hand you over to our teams in london who have much more of the day's news coming up in just a moment. thousands of people have been killed raped or mutilated in south sudan's civil war a un report says government forces and other militia are financing the conflict with money from the country's oil industry you will never allow that rape in south
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sudan and we will never totally this south sudan's oil minister talks to want to zero. it's a daunting climb to one of the holiest sites in bhutan. ball astri seems to defy gravity every piece of the u.s. is expected to complete the pilgrimage to ensure peace and happiness when it became a democracy in two thousand and eight the time put happiness at the center of all political policy inspiring the un to pass a resolution urging other nations to follow putin's example but how do you measure it brittany's happiness is what we ensure it if it is quantifiable but by simply turning its pursuit into policy time has done what no other country has. he came from a wealthy background in paris and became an artist against his family's wishes he went on to bring a fresh perspective to oriental is painting falling in love with so hollande
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culture making his home and converting to islam. al-jazeera world tells the story of nothing and his unique artistic work. the french oriental list and. now. eastern libyan forces send more fighters to tripoli as fighting escalates that. spy un calls for a temporary truce. hello i'm maryam namazie in london you know with al jazeera also coming up on the program
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and asked right near the yemeni capital damages nearby schools killing eleven most of them female students. numbers while in sudan as protesters rally outside all the headquarters for a second day in the military to back them. good. like the red ears. for on these clips a message of hope as rwanda remembers the genocide which killed more than ten percent of its people twenty five years ago. we begin in libya this hour where calls for an urgent ceasefire have been largely ignored by forces loyal to eastern warlord holly five to the u.n. requested a two hour pause to the fighting in southern tripoli to evacuate the injured but half the so-called libyan national army launched as strikes and continued its
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advance towards the center of the capital and the un backed government forces have called on civilians to leave the area. or. show fools fighters loyal to the u.n. backed tripoli government to move trucks mounted with machine guns towards the libyan capital under orders to stop warlord holy for have to advance on tripoli. we call on those brainwashed and radicalized to lay down their arms we will not allow that you wanted to return to rule libya will be a civil state and our pledge will be to the homeland and god we announced the launch of the volcano of wrath in order to restore the seized areas. have toes assault began last week and so far his forces say they've seized some areas around the south of the capital. on saturday they said they've taken over the old left but we pushed out by full says loyal to the tripoli based government have
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tolls forces a fighting what they call terrorist groups that are backed by the u.a.e. saudi arabia and egypt these are. tripoli has become the capital of terror and terrorists tripoli is the capital for a group of criminals who number around one or two thousand but they have weapons and they control. political decisions no strangers leave they have the money by controlling the central bank of libya and the oil companies the head of libya's tripoli based government is accused have tall and his forces of betraying the country and his wound of a war without anyone is. libya's been divided between two competing governments since twenty forty analysts say have tossed fighters will play stiff resistance in tripoli i don't see any lack of intent i am more concerned marketability and that's where i'm not sure whether his forces are up to the task i mean he was able to to you know take over much of the south west i mean easily tripoli is going to be used
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to face a lot of resistance so we're looking at you know a long protracted conflict the u.n. says talks to rebuild libya's fractured political system will go ahead as planned but war weary libyans are now facing the prospect of some of the worst fighting since the twenty eleven uprising that toppled formally i'm a good afi victoria gave him the al-jazeera. head has the latest now from tripoli. forces loyal to the warlord who for have to have been increasing their attacks by opening a new front in the southern outskirts of the libyan capital tripoli on the other hand forces loyal to the government of national accord say that they have asked civilians living in the early years were there is fighting to leave the areas immediately the health ministry at the government of national called has just wanted civilians there has put all its hospitals and medical centers in the capital
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on the high alert forces military units and detachment from the city of misrata namely albanian in muscles forces that's the forces that defeated eisel inserted into south in two thousand and sixteen have been joining the front line also fighting in the side of the government of national accord forces loyal to the warlord khalifa haftar have been using advances weapons including concord missiles that's according to military commanders affiliated with the government of national accord in libya has been under arms embargo since twenty eleven but it seems that you have those forces have been getting the weapons from russia and from egypt it seems that no neither one of the warring factions has been suspecting the truce called for by the united nations since the fighting has intensified in the southern
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outskirts of tripoli well police car as you said sheriff joins us via skype from tunis thank you very much for speaking to us it certainly is. offensive that is being staged by really fast they wanted the element of surprise and his forces have moved fairly swiftly but does he have the app power and the manpower to really take tripoli. not for the moment i think leaving tripoli will be more about guy and then about military action so what he's doing probably. now is negotiating with different militia leaders tripoli you know the get in and then he's on your way to going to that anybody that's what he did actually went back to the south an area like this and. and that's what he's planning to do. it seems that for the moment he's there was not proven yet between him and some of
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the militia leaders it will. it's very interesting because we have seen have in the past strike deals with try and on groups who have then allowed him to enter terra trade that doesn't seem to have happened in this case if anything we have seen a coalition of various groups and particularly powerful groups from perhaps misrata and in town all unite against him. so not all of them actually some of them are. fighting on a kind of independent basis or up especially against him but but as you rightly pointed to the the different groups of mr benson and tripoli and it's been definitively not welcoming him as a liberator at the hook and we didn't see neither a scene for that to welcome him in the in the area that he's now trying to
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take over so it's either that we are at the very beginning of the campaign in that he has another plan or that is actually the. no the one thing i mean i the military but that he for the moment use air power but obviously the air capacity that he has are not strong enough to to be noticed on he's on the d.n.a. forces and the different forces that are on the ground so again as i say for the moment is not really winning the war but we are maybe at the beginning of. a long and respected bade a lot like we've seen with ben and you know the hours it took three years i think over been and. perhaps we would see something similar with the police. but again this is something that we will see in that coming day for now thank you very much
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youssef shang joining us that from tunis thank you thank you. and asked right by saudi u.a.e. coalition forces on a warehouse near the yemeni capital has damaged nearby schools killing eleven many of them female students dozens more were injured in the attack on a residential area east of san fenton monahan. a pile of rubble were school once stood. the explosion took place in broad daylight as students attended class panic set in as the building collapsed around so they could try to steal the can you everyone was hysterical and some were crying and shouting in panic the situation was horrible as the school population is two thousand one hundred some girls students were killed and others wounded and are in
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hospital as a result of the missile strike the school building was destroyed two. dozens of victims were rushed to hospital children who were lucky enough to escape with their lives believe they know what caused the blast. the this is one of those we suddenly heard a jet fighter while we were at school we then heard the first strike we remain calm then the second strike and then the third which was the strongest of all the building was damaged and we were injured by broken glass as the fourth strike came and we panicked and ran home. the rebels also say the saudi emirate he led coalition is to blame they say fighter jets targeted a nearby chemical warehouse destroying the school in the process. so far there's been no comment from the coalition. the u.n. says one hundred civilians were either killed or wounded every week in yemen last year with children accounting for a fifth of all casualties. the coalition campaign has been criticized by rights
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groups for the high number of civilian deaths including the bombing of a school bus in twenty eighteen killed more than fifty children. yemen is in ruins after years of fighting between government forces backed by the saudi u.a.e. coalition and who the rebels and despite growing international pressure there's still no end in sight for what's being called the world's worst manmade humanitarian crisis into monohan al-jazeera. an update from syria now government forces have killed at least fourteen people in the northwest of the country the shelling happened in the countryside with the town of sorry keep hardest hit and live is the last rebel held territory in syria supposed to be free of fighting under deescalation deal negotiated by russia and turkey. sudan suffered a total power blackouts on sunday this is a battle president bashir met on the leaders to discuss the latest government
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protests huge numbers defied a curfew to camp outside the army headquarters in hard to the night before rallying for a second day they want the army to back that demand for the president to leave office gemma and do quite possible. it was it's the second day of a sit in at the sudanese army headquarters in khartoum the first time crowds have reached this part of the city since anti-government rallies began in december over the price of bread and escalated into calls for an end to president bush's three decade will by the house was they face the army compound cooling for freedom the protesters wants the military to support their goal to remove the president i think it's probably true across. the military will have to side with her again and. i bet the correct.


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