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tv   Counting the Cost 2019 Ep 21  Al Jazeera  May 27, 2019 7:32pm-8:01pm +03

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services created in 2002 they haven't had any staff members killed or injured. this is what the ambulance service is known for what it is not known for it's transporting other patients to hospital. victims of attacks. there's a lack of awareness about ambulances and how to use them it's a free service for everyone and they don't understand there's a nurse and driver and we can take them free. on the lack of awareness there's also a capacity issue. has just $29.00 says for $5000000.00 people it says its response time is usually less than 20 minutes but it can be up to an hour and a half to ambulances a facing further delays after the taliban day tonight had one packed with explosives and. january more than 100 people were killed ambulances another search to check points. it means most afghans choose to use
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a taxi rather than call for an ambulance everyone in this intensive care unit was 1st brought to hospital by a taxi b.v. he was admitted unconscious with renal failure also a year ago. i was feeling pain in my body and i was in trouble when i was travelling here by taxi i was not able to sit up properly i was in a lot of pain. most of the patients were brought here by taxi or in a serious condition coming in a taxi the patient loses 50 percent of the chance to recover because they come from a long distance without oxygen. and it's not a problem limited to the capital kabul ambulance service has 50 vehicles in 3 provinces it afghanistan has 34 provinces and more than 30000000 people the ministry of health admits it doesn't know exactly how many ambulances exist charlotte. couple and on wednesday be sure to watch the next story in our 1st
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responder series will be covering emergency care in kenya or a lack of traditional ambulances doesn't stop workers from trying to save lives. all right still ahead. thank.
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you. well again to have been in this says it is working with the french government to a range the return of precious to fact stolen during the colonial era but none of
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the challenges but one of the challenges is looking off to the items once they arrive i'm a boxing reports from the area that many of those items all full to have been taken from. this is what remains of the palace of what was once the most powerful kingdom in french speaking africa we were given rare access to the album a palace of 48 hector maze of compounds rich in history and culture dating back hundreds of years. ago it is himself a prince mature who is explaining how the apple makings conquered their enemies sold their people to slavery and took hundreds of wives. then in his asking france to return thousands of artifacts looted from the country during the colonial wars many of them thought to be from the kingdom of apple me these stars represent the spirits of the other making and they date back to the 1600 people considered reason
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out of stolen artifacts to be at the heart of their culture and that's why they want them back. the current king holds a position still steeped in ceremony we have to kneel while he grants us an audience and gives his view on the issue. when these objects are back we will perform ceremonies to recover their powers this will allow peace to reign in our country we've suffered so much since the reign of my father started but you will have only seen pictures today i am king and if they carry past. it would be a great joy for us. in december 28th in france as president announced the return of just 26 pieces but that hasn't happened yet because bin is not ready to receive them the government admits it needs resources and expertise we have where you. ministry of culture in france for training. professionals here the curator is. fair in our sights and museums
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and the professional courses has already started hearing been in the french institute in order to have a really nice exhibitions we have to modernize. howard museum and we're working on that the french side the capacity to preserve the country's culture and history is a challenge that extends beyond me and the capital city of portland over the best museum in town is also in need of support along with iconic buildings such as the central mosque built in the early 1900. to matthew the preservation of his people's past is his passion but it's going to take time before you get the chance to see his kingdom's artifacts back on home soil i'm aborting al-jazeera me. all right time for his live thank you has a manchester city chairman how doing it will bought a kid back at criticism of the club spending claiming that some rivals are jealous
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of their success so he won the domestic trouble in england but continue to be investigated by you a for over breaking financial fair play rules which they deny a mubarak is confident they'll be exonerated and also responded to the spanish league president having a test who claimed city n parasail are demanding european football with petrol and gas money think the way we use combining teams just because of ethnicity. i find that very. very disturbing to be honest i will not accept for this quote to be used as a diversionary tactic on poor investment history and from other quotes we've managed ourselves well. and we will be judged by fact. well over in italy adelanto his dream of a 1st appearance in the champions league is finally a reality they went into the final day of the italian season on sunday knowing a win against us will go would clinch 3rd place in syria
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a 100 obama's and mario passionate with a crucial goals did it the hard way coming from behind to win 31 against a team who finished with 9 men great celebrations at the end as they qualify for europe's top club competition next. the final champions league spot went to enter milan after a dramatic final day encounter with empathy in iran out to one winners thanks to this goal from now. in a game where both sides finished with 10 minutes to defeat also consigned to relegation. and those results meant ac milan missed out on the champions league despite beating spall in their final game from castaways scored twice for milan will be lining up in the league next season. egyptian club have ended a 16 year african trophy drought they were up against run us on sports if the con in the calf confederation cup final but were taken to
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a nail biting penalty shoot out by the moroccans in the 2nd leg converting all of their spot kicks for a 53 when these of where the celebrations on the streets of alexandria in egypt and it was the 1st continental trophy since 2003 and their 10th calf title overall 7. the cricket world cup kicks off on thursday with emerging teams like afghanistan and mean to make their mark in the sport they play the defending champions australia on saturday with the best bowler in the world and a genuine chance of causing upsets we will report. when cricket was by the taliban in afghanistan being one of the elite 10 teams to contest a world cup. it have been unthinkable but there rise over the past decade has been extraordinary 2 years ago afghanistan was awarded test match status one of only 12 teams to play the most prestigious and respected form of cricket but it's in the
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shorter forms of the gang they're most dangerous and this team has a genuine chance of upsetting bigots aims in the 50 over to side world cup. several of these players have lucrative indian premier league and australia big bash contracts and play county cricket in england but the star is the man considered the world's best one day spin of rashid khalidi you must be so excited about this world cup you're one of the superstars of the game now exactly definitely very excited to be in the world cup squad in the biz and doing my country especially in my 1st 50 or you have the you have the skill you just need to utilize that and hopefully the guys are good one of them is working hard and definitively it won't be too far that one is i will be in top ranks. their coach is phil symonds who has plenty of world cup experience playing for the west indies the players are having to cope with it tough showed you. the training hard all of their opponents in the tournament
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a part of the world's elite. you know long distance and it's really long days to get to have the fast you need to do well for the country as a redo and bring those things in the mind that i'm fasting on not you know you have enough energy to have enough to eat after after after 30 and then you can just go in a day and play the game they're opening matches on this ground in bristol against defending champions australia a difficult start but they'll have plenty of support the tournament organizers the i.c.c. have restricted the amount of teams in the tournament to just 10 which excludes many of the developing nations but 5 is the big nations in lakers afghanistan still managed to get out of that to qualify and now had to make a mark on this world cup. al-jazeera bristol well afghanistan are actually taking on england right now in a world cup warm up match at the oval england won the toss and chose to ball for
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archer has already taken 2 wickets afghanistan are now 71 for 4. the indianapolis $500.00 delivered a 1st victory in the famous race for. the frenchman who started on full position got the better of a terrific duel with alexander rossi as you know the security and 18th victory in the indy 500 for the team owned by roger penske the traditional milk celebrations followed him find there he described this moment as a dream come true. it's hard to believe right now to be honest with you it's been such a need to answer a yes but it would lead most to raise. because i was just on the rail you know it came out perfectly stars on the line so man wow i'm seeing myself on t.v. with this it's pretty amazing come the milkman lewis hamilton dedicated his when at the monaco grand prix to the formula one great niki lauda before the race the drivers came together to pay their respects to the $3.00 time world champion who
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died on monday it was another day to forget for hours charles would clear forced to retire after suffering a puncture trying to pass nico holcomb berg the debris clear up brought out the safety car and the pit lane release of the drivers saw max 1st stop and collide with both us collecting a 5 2nd penalty that cost him a podium place late in the race with hamilton in front for stopping did all he could to pass and caused another collision at the same time hamilton hung on to win with sebastian vettel promoted to 2nd and both us 3rd this was hamilton's 3rd victory at this crown jewel race. that was definitely probably the hardest race i think i've had but. nonetheless you know this is i really was fighting with the spirit nicky and he's been such a and influential person in the team helping us get to where we are so i know he'll be looking down and no you take his hat off today. well that's all your sport for me for now but we'll have more for you later great stuff i will look forward to
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their obligation to their shareholders completely overwhelms any consideration of public health can they be trusted with building a healthier future if their loyalty becomes questionable reason a people that are bald in the h one n one porsche isn't getting much if they could like you now i doubt it so has this chance who says done here in terms of cost trust that you trust who are knowledge of the. to the rights nationalist parties make major gains in european elections as centrist brock's news. back to watching al-jazeera live from doha with full coverage of the autumn entry election results including political upheaval in greece prime minister alexis
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announces as not be election after his body's defeat also coming up. we're not looking for regime change i just want to make that clear u.s. president donald trump changes his cheery again on iran he talks trade and security in japan plus. i'm of worthing in burnie and i'll be reporting on this country's efforts to get that precious stolen artifacts taken in the colonial era. voters across europe have dealt a blow to traditionally centrist politicians while smaller parties on the left and right have made gains the european parliamentary elections saw a turn out in record numbers to bolster radical alternatives including the greens and the far right the populist far right saw a surge in support by the liberals and the greens also added more seats in sons one
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of the most well known faces of the on time migration on current marine le pen came out just ahead of president in party mccall represented the center in the election it's only his deputy prime minister ahmed taylor salvini secure the largest win for the far right party became the biggest in the country and in the u.k. now. party won the most seats but probably main parties combined around one around the same level of support showing that britain remains deeply divided on leaving the european union lawrence he has the latest on that from london very clearly in the u.k. the european elections vote was a proxy 2nd referendum. on whether or not the u.k. should leave the european union and lo and behold it ended up being pretty much a draw between the new brics a party. that got a big exactly a 3rd of the vote. it's the much much smaller ukraine dependence party very right
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wing nowadays about 35 percent all the overtly pro remain parties that's 5 of them with their share of the vote becomes more or less exactly the same and so the country is exactly as split as it was the biggest story though was the complete meltdown in support for the supposedly 2 biggest party the conservatives the main opposition labor party the conservatives came back with the worst showing in 100 years they didn't come in the polls anywhere in the whole of the country so they're now in a state of extension crisis by their own admission and the labor party vote collapse as well because jeremy called in their leader has been widely accused of being far too ambiguous on whether or not his party should support leaving the european union or staying in it and so the labor vote haemorrhage the way the parties like the greens and the centrist liberal democrats in turn and has the latest from paris where marina penn's national rally party has gained ground. well this was neither
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a big victory for the far right party of marine le pen nor was it a big defeat for the pro e.u. centrist party of about all my call there was less than a percentage point in it and in fact the far right party polled pretty much what it did in 2014 during the last european union election and i think what it shows is the fact that the far right in france has this very strong core support of bates supporter base but it's often fails to widen its appeal and this in a year where emanuel mark karr has really struggled his popularity has plummeted he has been affected by the so-called yellow vest crisis over social inequality so many people going into this election thought of all right we'll be able to capitalize on that and do much better than it did i think for the french president his party would probably be quite relieved they certainly were not strongly defeated the french president now is able to send any peace to the parliament that
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gives him a leverage there it's the 1st time that is relatively new parties taking part of these e.u. elections and i think what the overall the result in france confirms is that the far right is officially the main opposition here in france we saw as elsewhere in europe the weakening of the establishment parties the conservatives and socialists really polled very badly indeed and again reflecting the trend in europe we saw the rise of the greens who came 3rd or less last week to david chaytor who's at european union headquarters in brussels david what are the overall conclusions then from these results. well i think the best phrase would be to say the earth has moved but not by much the they were trying to use on the political scene as far as the far right were concerned but not a large earthquake they perhaps might be disappointed by their showing the open for
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much stronger results but nevertheless what's happened in italy what's happened in france is that the insurgent parties within the european union do now have the mentum with them and this is going to complicate the scene within the european parliament now we've seen the erosion of the center left of center right the traditional jew up lee who held the stability of the european union's parliament together they have they have lost they've got they've got a a leech of support from them so it's going to be more complicated now as far as the european parliament is concerned the groupings will be organize of the next few days and weeks there will be a new alliances and i think getting through policies and getting through any legislation will be more difficult now because it's not simply going to be a case of it being ordered by paris or berlin it's going to have to be spread across the capitals much more efficiently than it was before says the end if you
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like of the dominance of the traditional axis within the european union the parliament and every decision that's made now every piece of legislation that's taken is going to require long and complex negotiations so you could say that's a victory for democracy at least but it does mean that politics in europe are getting even more complicated thank you for that david reporting there live from brussels meanwhile greece is headed to snap elections after the ruling party suffered major losses in the european parliamentary elections prime minister alexis tsipras says he will request the any dissolution. of parliament after the regional elections on june the 2nd his left wing syriza party which has been in power for 4 years lost to the conservative new democracy party has asked voters for a new mandates to johnson has more from athens. the clear win for conservative new democracy
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a distance of 5 points from the ruling cities is due to many factors but mostly the economy i had promised to take greece out of austerity policies half way through this 8 year period of austerity and recession that greece is now just emerging from and did not do so back in 2015 it began to do so this year several years late much later that it promised a new democracy has reaped the benefits of promising lower taxes for productive activity lower taxes for businesses most of it most of which are family small businesses in greece from 29 to 20 percent over 2 years new democracy promises to create the conditions for 4 percent growth in the next 3 or 4 years and that is more than double the current recent growth promises to create 700000 new jobs over 5 years and promises to bring back many of the greeks who left for other job
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markets in developed economies in the west because their skills simply weren't in demand any more in this collapse in economy that has lost 25 percent of its value in 8 years and the european elections have given a boost to austria as chancellor sebastian carries after a corruption scandal brought down his coalition government his people spotty want to run 34 percent of the vote losing just one seat at kerry says facing a no confidence or tinpot amends later on monday dominic cain has the latest from vienna. the no confidence vote debate being held in the austrian parliament today centers around the at the activities of mr cook says former cabinet departments the far right freedom party whose leadership was deeply implicated in a scandal which erupted in recent days the point is they are all gone from cabinet only one of the from the far right freedom party's leaders in. involved in cabinet still the foreign minister but the point here is we know that this parliament will
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only go until the middle of september at the latest because elections have already been called for then this is about trying to precipitate earlier elections but it's worth making the point that perhaps none of the parties would really the main parties would really like there to be an election right now perhaps only missed the courts because opinion polls clearly show he and his party dominate austrian politics in the european elections that took place on sunday got around 35 percent of the vote the other parties that might challenge were nowhere near as popular so from their perspective if they win the vote today and force mr cortes out well that might be a pyrrhic victory because if an early election comes they might well lose it in other world news donald trump says he is not seeking regime change in iran on the 3rd day of his visit to japan the u.s. president reiterated his willingness to have talks with the iranian leaders and do a deal on nuclear weapons and i'm not looking that hurt iran
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a lot i'm looking to have iran say no nuclear weapons we have enough problems in this world right now with nuclear weapons no nuclear weapons for and i think will make a deal i think are rare and again i think iran has tremendous economic potential and i look forward to letting them get back to the stage where they can show that i think iran i know so many people from iran these are great people it has to cheers to be a great country with the same leadership we're not looking for regime change i just want to make that clear and here now with reaction from tehran. a lot of what u.s. president donald trump said today are these are points that his administration has made in the past we heard several weeks ago from u.s. secretary of state my comp saying that they're not looking for regime change they're looking for a change of behavior so while there is nothing new what was extraordinary is that he said these things so publicly and in his own voice so certainly a sign that there is softening rather rhetoric from the american president however
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iranian leadership here is likely to see this as insincere they consider u.s. president donald trump not trustworthy pulling out of the 2050 nuclear deal was a sign to the iranian government that the united states isn't serious about any sort of negotiated solution to tensions with iran we spoke to one expert who said that if the united states is hopeful for talks the fact is that when it comes to making war or peace that still is power that rests with the ron supreme leader and 2 of the company has said that there will be no talks especially not with this administration this expert who is a former commander of the islamic revolutionary guard corps suggested that if there was any possibility even the finish of possibility of any sort of negotiation the 1st step the united states would have to take is returning to the nuclear deal to the joint comprehensive plan of action before any other diplomacy could go forward i said ahead on i'll just they are having a new leader in zimbabwe.


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