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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 118  Al Jazeera  April 29, 2019 3:32am-4:00am +03

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as of illegal fishing for political leverage tensions have remained high since a suicide bomber killed over forty soldiers in indian administered kashmir. thousands of tibetan refugees call india's capital home despite not having access to basic social services many are recent arrivals who fled what they say is chinese oppression into bed in the second part of our series a life displaced al-jazeera sail raman meet some of those tibetans in new delhi who had to adapt to life away from home. to better culture and thrives here every day every hundred meant every step every smile has a meaning generations of tibetans young and old continue to embrace and maintain their cultural heritage it's a reminder of who they are and where they're from. this is a suburb of the indian capital new delhi tibet to be refugees here since one nine hundred sixty four. at that time this was open ground there was nothing here there
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were no streetlights not even at all. here we lived in tents our understanding. was that within one or two years we're going to go back to their bidding. indians helped the with food and clothes and as the photographs show the homes were flimsy protecting them from harsh winters and blistering summers were simple brick and wood structures or tents. the community of a few hundred has turned into a few thousand this maze of alleyways is a part of a much larger community on the banks of the river yeah but not. the display of symbols flags and bunting defined it has to better the area also attracts tourists to see tibetans at work and understand their issues. have been defined as migraines are not refugees because india hasn't signed up to the one nine hundred fifty one un convention on refugees so tibetans here have been able to access the indian welfare system so they become self-sufficient setting up their own businesses and
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looking for work independently but for some it's not enough. under the watchful eye of tibet's spiritual leader the dalai lama students such as tens of beauty are grateful for the educational opportunities offered the young to belgians like me those are the aspiration to go back to your own country and so there is they don't want to settle in someone's. to settle here. it's an aspiration many of the tibetan community have that is going away as the years pass by or tibetans around the world wherever they are they feel that they are staying somewhere but their real sense of home is their culture and identity and and most importantly driven by our hope that one i will go back to tibet which is my home. for the moment new delhi is a home away from home for successive generations of tibetans it will continue to be
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so until they feel they can safely return to tibet so robin al jazeera you delhi. and in the next part of our series a life displaced we look at the thousands of bengali and rohingya refugees living in pakistan that's on monday here on al-jazeera. so i thought a short break here not to say i want to come back but i will of school what a big step forward for equality in french football and they say with that story more on that stage. in two thousand and eight al-jazeera documented a groundbreaking scheme. preparing some of india's poorest children for entry into its toughest universities. ten years on we return to see how the students and the scheme a helping change the face of india. super thirty announces iraq.
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harvested navigating dangerous rapids from the time we depart to the time we finish are scared to the fish and i'm dicing with death i am afraid of fall and i'm afraid of dying really if i don't go by coughing where am i to meet the man who go to the extreme just to make a living i am not you have to be a stroll through him and otherwise i'm certain that risking it all vietnam on al-jazeera. welcome back now afghanistan is marking the anniversary of the overthrow of its
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soviet backed government a nine hundred ninety two after occupation by the soviet union in the nineteen eighties what's called victory day signifies the end of russian involvement in afghanistan but thirteen years on some believe moscow's influence is returning solid balance reports from kabul. itself easily has been learning russian for six months at kabul university that i was at first i chose this language as a hobby but after learning it i found it is very rich it gives me broader ideas and connects me with the world which can improve my life. the course was started in one nine hundred seventy nine as a sort of a it's invaded afghanistan they were in afghanistan for a decade fighting the mujahideen when the military retreated so did time it's not good. when nato forces came to afghanistan we only had one russian class now we have four classes because there's no sensitivities around learning russian. six
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thousand five hundred afghans a studying russian and three hundred sixty can apply for paid scholarships into russian university. our want to learn russian because it's an international language if i learn this language i will be able to introduce the russian culture in afghanistan and vice versa russia has turned towards afghanistan as the u.s. has turned away after eighteen years at war america is looking for a way out u.s. taliban talks are progressing seem to be around a foreign troop withdrawal without being asked moscow held parallel talks in march upstaging the us by getting afghan leaders and the taliban in the same or agreed with on many fronts and the fall date in future can be succeeded made fun of that and on thursday moscow hosted a trilateral meeting with china and the u.s. would be agreed to work together to bring peace to afghanistan russia's rebranding
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afghanistan extends to a new cultural seem to hair in western kabul in the one nine hundred eighty s. this was the site for the sort of a hard science and culture that was destroyed during the civil war the ruins became a refuge for carbo's drug addicts now they teach russian language hold arctic submissions and movie nights they have soccer tournament's with players from former soviet states this except mission showcases one hundred years of diplomacy between kabul and moscow an hour for afghan people to have an opportunity to compare it is yes and. you know. some colleagues. spent for afghanistan several deviance of draws right. now russia is hoping for a fresh start in afghanistan one without u.s. interference shallop ballasts al-jazeera kabul. top of the sport and is here thank you so much time on the fourth grown present form in a one season again dominated by the miss
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a the same valtteri bottas and lewis hamilton occupying the top see places in back with ferrari left playing catch up poor east reports. the build up in back it was all about charlotte clare for both good reasons and the young ferrari driver was fastest in all three practices before losing the chance of pole with a crushing qualifying that he called stupid. so he started in eight the mercedes a vulture it bought us and lewis hamilton setting off from the top two positions on the grid the clerk did his best to make up for that moving up the field to take the lead as his rivals pitted it couldn't last though has bought us got his orders to start a couple of on the kirk everybodys bunch up behind instructions over the radio coming to pass on the track the finn overtook the monegasques and rarely looked back holding off a late challenge from teammates hamilton to secure his second win of the season and top spot in the standings as le claire finished fifth two wins each for the finn
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and the brit and two second places each leaving for ari sebastian vettel feeling left out in third yes so boring it's not just for races been walked for years more or less all of you guys got to do than to stop the hard work harder work better i just think the same as before our form itself you know with i don't think the team or the drivers of performed well. the three. have ever performed as well as they have as a whole and that's why you see until they start performing at the level we are then . this is how it's going to be so bought us best in back to hamilton not far behind which miss avies man wins the championship already looking like the storyline for the season whole race al-jazeera. english premier league title race has swung back in manchester city's favor city once a point above a pull of the top thanks to a one zero win over burnley sergio with the game's only goal the audience i'm
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putting the same in the driving seat to defend that saddle successfully with just a couple of matches left supply. so we were up one i think twelve games in a role the last nineteen or twenty one thousand nine hundred so it's massive it's incredible so what do you know now have time to recover a rest and joy unfortunately the semifinal the champions league and then go to the . in go to leicester game. also this sunday also something to a third straight defeat they were thrashed three nil unless they were the damaging arsenal's hopes of qualifying for next season's champions league say here's how the table is looking city have leicester and brighton still to come the record be taking on newcastle and walls manchester united and chelsea during one of the old trafford so it's chelsea in the fourth champions league spot for the now. partner drone strike in neymar was involved in a clash with a fan after his team were unexpectedly beaten by a run in the french cup final the incident occurring as the p.s.g.
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players went up to collect their runners up medals in about few days for the world's most expensive player he's also been banned for three champions league matches next season after criticizing a match vishal. stephanie for past become the first woman to referee a top flight french league game the thirty five year old taking charge of this match between amina and strasburg coming out for yellow cards in this no no draw for a power also officiates at this year's women's world cup that is being hosted by france . doesn't it same followed up his last four wherever rafa nadal with victory in the final of the barcelona open the austrian beating rushes down medvedev in straight sets losing just fall games in the process the world number five now heads to the madrid open where he's been the runner up for the last so you. have to give it about the first player to win two titles on the women's tour this year the czech world military beating and its concert here in straight sets in the final
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of the stuttgart open if it's of also won the sydney international in january. choir leonard has put in one of the most impressive performances of this year's n.b.a. playoffs he scored forty five points to help the toronto raptors win game one of their second round series against the philadelphia seventy six is said hell malik reports that was with toronto gripped by playoff fever and hip hop star drake playing cheerleader the pressure was on the raptors to deliver was. and that's exactly what they did in game one against philadelphia the seventy six ers themselves have two of the n.b.a.'s most feared players in their ranks i think all star jolin bead and last season's rookie of the year ben simmons just chill out at i tried to do i but neither could out sean cole weiland was
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i the one time n.b.a. champion putting up a personal playoff five or forty five points in the nation his efforts helped him to want to stay ahead for much of the game and take an eleven point lead into the final quarter there were to be no hiccups in the fourth lead killing off any hopes of a philadelphia comeback i was asked to run to seed it one away to ninety five so i'm focused on is winning no come over to make insurance toronto have failed to live up to expectations in recent seasons but with their star man looking unstoppable this just might be their year so he'll molly al-jazeera. elliott kidd choky has run the second fastest marathon of all time the kenyan winning the london marathon and of course record time of two i was soon minutes on thirty eight seconds keep charging for the world record in berlin last year and also the reigning olympic marathon champion britain's four time olympic track champion mohammed far finishing
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back in fifth. kenya's brigitte called sky one vain women's rights the twenty five year old the youngest ever winner of the event's defending champion and her patrick vivian sharia finishing in second place. i bet i saw you sports is looking for. thank you very much the butts of for me down toward the new merriam's up next summer london new center with more of the day's most touching but i'm. one of the richest philanthropists in the world renowned financing endeavors to
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eradicate some of the worst diseases bill gates talks to al-jazeera about his foundation's goals and on says those who are critical of his work. on al-jazeera. may on al-jazeera. as the world's biggest democracy goes to the polls we focus on the economic challenges facing india and the rise of cultural nationalism a new series of you want a winning environmental show which meet some of the people striving to protect the planet twenty five years after coming to power can be a unseen maintain its political dominance in south africa and a massive documentary series chalk from lives of two young boys and little kenya and up in brazil over def us twenty years and with breakfast still looming and populism on the rise across europe will these elections become a referendum on the new self may on al-jazeera.
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i may want to get down to the nitty gritty of the reality whether on line. when you have that male chauvinism that is in france with in our global federation it is really hard to get a piece of that or if you join us on the block of the coming to be healthy this is a dialogue everyone has a voice to talk to us in our live you tube chat and you too can be in history join the global conversation on al-jazeera. counting stocks in spain's general election polls suggest the socialists are ahead well short of a majority. hello
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i'm watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up on the program a second meeting between protesting his in sudan and members of the military transitional council is postponed until monday. account of the vigil in sri lanka one week on from the east to bomb attacks which of course many to pray in private. and the synagogue shooting described by donald trump as a hate crime california police question a suspected far right sympathizer. well counting house started off the polls close just over an hour ago in spain's third general election in four years the socialists of the outgoing prime minister pedro sanchez a thought to be in the lead but opinion polls suggest no single party will win an outright parliamentary majority turnout was close to record highs and there are predictions that the vox party could become the first far right group to sit in
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spain's parliament since one thousand nine hundred eighty two we have correspondents following the election closely with jonah hall standing by in barcelona first though let's speak to sonny gago who is at the vox party rally in the spanish capital and tanya how significant is it that this far right party for the first time in decades since the end of the franco dictatorship has become a real political force in the country. you know well really it comes down to the fact that you have discredited supporters from the other right wing party in this country the people's party who have been really disappointed at how when the gun was a power how they dealt with the catalan crisis question that was the initial rallying call to gain more support but they are they have attracted more support by other issues such as immigration they have an anti islam agenda as well they are
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also against. their religious for a catholic party as well are they also make a lot about the fact that they that they are the party of tradition and they are the party to quote one of their campaigns they want to make spain great again does that remind you of something perhaps but certainly by taking on that's trumpy and campaign in the success that they have had they've managed to sort of mimic it along those lines as well and certainly here in markets such as square in central madrid this is the been the place where all the supporters have been starting to gather for they seem to think that their success is almost ensured certainly with the apparent. of seats in the lower house certainly a vox spokes person came out after the polls close and said it was likely that they would have an appearance in the lower house and of course that really makes a very very big change to the spanish political scene since the days of the franco dictatorship. they lined up ballots in hand
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ready to cast their votes at this packed polling station in madrid calm but there is anticipation in the air and indecision even at the last moment i would say i have struggled because in the end all parties met show thinking in some ways but the politicians fail you a bit i mean others maybe more sure even in a multi party field i've been certain of how to vote for years now i've always voted the same but i think what's happening now the change of politicians it's a good thing and it can shake things up to help spain spain's acting prime minister better sunshine cost his bout earlier in the day he has been leading in the polls but that's no indication of victory there are at least four other contenders in this race a tough competition that has been seen at any time this is already proving to be a highly significant election showing the second highest turnout since the end of
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the franco dictatorship sign perhaps that people here are highly motivated. the main spoiler in this unpredictable election vox capitalizing on the populist wave spreading through europe the anti immigration policies have resonated amongst voters well i'm good at the status quo the constitutional crisis caused by catalonia is attempt to secede has also dominated this campaign it's the first time a far right party has entered mainstream politics since the dictatorship of general franco so what is your own sovereignty won't be broken in catalonia it won't be serene. we're going to brussels we're not going to kneel down in front of those who don't prescribe the anti austerity together we can and center right citizens parties have a chance of being part of a national government. previous coalitions have struggled in spain disagreeing factions have failed to pos national budgets whatever the result forming
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a coalition is likely to take time and in a reflection of what's happening across europe the only certainty is that politics in spain has become more fractured more polarized a sign of the times when increasing competition political stage. and tony let me ask you about that point to the end of your report there the challenges after a divisive election that could deepen the polarization it was meant to result i suppose. absolutely made depends which party comes out getting the most votes and they it is presumed at this point given the polls that it will be the socialist party of the bay have to then make a deal with or try to club together some kind of deal with the party but also with cattle on regional parties as well they are going to be wanting to demand something back so it would possibly put the socialist party in quite an awkward position they
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will have to give on certain issues like catalonia and so that would be quite tough if he fails to do that that it will get passed on to the next biggest party of the party that won the next big sponsor votes in this case it most likely will be the people's party they could then go into coalition with the far right and certainly that has been an aspect which has been in people's minds to try and sort of see if they can vote tactically to either go for that or avoid it maryam thank you very much with the latest from the spanish capital sana gary go in over to jonah hall now in barcelona the scene of so much of the campaigning for catalan independence and this of course the first general. election since that unofficial referendum for independence one of the early indications showing that. what about the election headquarters of the see the republican left of catalonia one of the two main pro independence parties here and it is quite extraordinary
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really given that this issue has been so central to the election campaign issue independence of the last eighteen months has impacted on the entire face of spanish politics and what we have in the form of an opinion poll in lieu of an exit poll suggests that pro independent candidates have got nineteen maybe twenty seats in the madrid problem and that's just about six percent really for an issue that has been such such national importance and dominance let me bring in my guest drawn just a professor of political science at the university of london thanks for joining us . how significant is it that they get to say nineteen or twenty m.p.'s to the parliament in madrid the probably dependents parties here to achieve watch exactly well this is significant because actually the electorate council electorate be sending a message to the spanish parliament so like more or less like alfie catherine and beside her in the band and so that in itself is that is an important message then
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it will depend on the chances of being necessary to form a left wing coalition from the spanish government to to this relevance to get really really compete but but she set up a chance for the for the point event in scotland in peace to try to keep some some more strength to their to their movement the rise of the box party the ultra right party assuming they do as well as people think if it's done nothing else it will have served to really galvanize the mainstream political parties. against any meaningful concessions on independence what then is the future for the independence movement well this is a big question because. i think it depends very relevant the on the on the on the extent to which the elite the council and the independents and these are
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needed to form a coalition in the parliament if they are not. needed for it to form a coalition i think that the potential effect of having box the far right in parliament will be naturalized because if they are not immediate then the over the left wing spanish government would have liked. a more relaxed or a more freakin joly way to iraq and to make some kind of decisions about peace for said potentially an issue that will rumble on quietly for years with no resolution exactly that stuff starts very likely ok john we're going to leave it there thank you so much for your insights rick spect proper results be coming in in the next couple of hours the big question of course how well does that fall right fox party and who will be able to form a governing coalition actually thank you very much jonah hall in barcelona.
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for the talks between the sudanese opposition groups and the military have been until monday the two sides had been due to meet again on sunday after announcing the formation of a joint council late on saturday night it set to leave the country and tell elections are eventually held protesters hope that it will pave the way for a civilian government hamann a dull has more from khartoum a cunt evil mood of the sea and a pull to side the sudanese military had in ca to. they are reacting to news of progress in negotiations between the transitional military council and protest leaders every hope is fun and into the square. better for us to remain here then return to anything similar to what we had in the past we have suffered for thirty years we need a swift and final solution and. a joint transitional council which would include military representation is on the cut negotiations have not yet does
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publish the personalities who would leave the country in transition to a full democracy but all sides so hopeful that they will eventually reach an agreement on but. now. there's been a discussion on the points in which there were differences of viewpoints and i think the discussion is continuing in a positive in federal way and that has encouraged us. some of the issues that dealing with include the period of transition would it be two or four years and whether the military will retain control of security and defense ministers many people is a done credit the problem with the progress the chips fall for their climate for a peaceful democratic dispensation may be far from over but they say the struggle they started here could potentially shape a new era on the african continent. encouraged by progress so far must train of.


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