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site al jazeera secretly shot video shows the camp through the slats of a nearby pedestrian bridge thousands of people walk past each day most unaware of the migrants who are just outside earshot they have been in there for about a month 30 days and more that they have not washed once they have not been any access to washing facilities at all the entire time that they were in there a government spokesman did not answer questions about the camp's condition and number of detainees but said in a statement during the current crisis us border patrol has had to take extraordinary measures to ensure the safety of our agents and those in our custody as such and to avoid severe overcrowding of u.s. border patrol temporary holding facilities every available space which provides both freedom of movement safety and security for those in our custody are used as necessary what we are seeing the systemic by ole shows of human rights in the past
would argue that we were just some bad apples some bad 18 so by the officers that were us mistreating people today the mistreatment has become part of the systemic strategic. problem the ngo border network for human rights says it's never before encountered such widespread abuse and neglect at u.s. border facilities and government inspectors themselves have documented dangerous overcrowding the conditions have contributed to illnesses and deaths and continue to deteriorate heidi joe castro al-jazeera el paso texas. women across switzerland a rallying for equality hundreds of protesting what they say is the nation's on acceptably slow pace to women's rights it switzerland 2nd national women's strike 28 years ago a similar action show hof a 1000000 women on the streets in 1901 at the time of that strike there were no
women in the swiss government women in switzerland weren't allowed to vote until $1071.00 and still around 20 percent less than them. the government in hong kong may be wavering in its support for a new law to allow extradition to mainland china and other mass demonstrations planned on sunday to stop the bill from passing into law a final reading of the bill will for next week but the government is divided over the to fast track it or to delay it an advisor to the government leader kerry lamb legislators should stop discussing the bill because of the level of opposition. from one of the protest sites in hong kong. this is an event that's been organized by a group called simply the mothers that until a week or so ago didn't exist but it's very much in keeping with the spirit of the movement that's been sweeping through hong kong it is spontaneous what's more it's impassioned with speaker to speaker talking about their opposition to this
controversial extradition. gives an idea of the whole read the opposition it's not just the political. be they moderates or all radical it's not just the students but it's a whole breadth of hong kong society that stood up against this controversial law that resulted in a 1000000 people taking to the streets last sunday and that has as simply stunned the hong kong government that has been all kinds of rumors circulating that carry a lot of the chief executive was about to make a statement possibly that there might be some kind of climb down in the offing that doesn't seem as though it's going to take place now but there had been interestingly a statement from a senior government devises that maybe the government should delay pushing this bill through the legislative council. certainly the government seems to be stunned by the strength of opposition i got may see this coming when you can use up to
a 1000000 people taking to the streets again on sunday. news for more than 30 years and countries are into you could stand for a summit to discuss economic and security cooperation it's one of the rare international events the caesar run the gulf countries and israel gathered together in one room and smith reports from the capitol to schanberg. looks spotless an army of workers has been drafted in to give the capital a facelift for the biggest international event it's ever hosted the conference on interaction and confidence building measures in asia watching over the work from seemingly every street corner. he's the man who has ruled the central asian republics for 26 years by law all media must refer to him as the founder of peace a national unity leader of the nation president of the republic of to g.q. stand is excellent see i don't molly rama raman has used the threat of terrorism to
justify new laws that allow widespread monitoring of citizens and the outlawing of the main opposition islamic party and the government says some of the 900 tajiks who went to fight for i saw in iraq and syria are returning so regional security is one of the main focuses for this meeting as you know i've done this one is it is a concern of many countries in asia even neighboring countries of course would be highly interested in having peace instead stability in our valleys in order to provide security peace and stability in their neighboring areas in asia and beyond that there are also opportunities for private meetings between delegates on the sidelines it's often where the most frank discussions happen among the 30 governments represented here are delegates from israel and palestine as well as teams from egypt bahrain the u.a.e. and katter and it's rare these days that these people would find themselves in the same room at the same time because we haven't been told if any of them will be
meeting privately also notable by its absence is saudi arabia and as notable is that iran is sending its president hassan rouhani. tajikistan's capital is studded with grand official buildings and monuments commissioned by the president and financed and built by china premier caesium ping will be at the conference as part of an official visit to. china's investment contributes to stabilisation of the region and the dismantling of negative forces such as terrorism and extremism here i think china is seriously supporting to jiko stan. china has a military presence in the east of the country and has been given concessions to extract minerals in return for loans but in what is the poorest of the former soviet central asian republics china doesn't tell terje christan what to spend the money on bernard smith al-jazeera tajikistan. still to come here on al-jazeera i in the sports basketball fans
you very much choice nation england have taken a big step towards a place in the semifinals of the cricket world cup they beat the west indies by 8 wickets in their latest group game for the windies it's a 2nd loss in 4 matches batting 1st chris gayle just one of the big names to misfire for them is the 2 time champions bowled out for 212 injuries to captain
owen move in an opener jason or the only set but ready for england in southampton in their absence joe root his stepping up to school unbeaten century his 2nd of the tournament. in win the hitting their victory targets with more than 16 overs to spare. or teams played for the once in the group stage at this world cup the top 4 progressing into the semifinals that when moving england up to 2nd in the table on saturday afghanistan take on south africa defending champions australia will play sri lanka. that's her answer wraps as of become the 1st canadian seem to win an n.b.a. championship a sealed victory in game 6 of the finals it's and the recent hostile dominance of the golden state warriors for race reports it all sets the stage for another steph curry and the golden state warriors were never going to give up their n.b.a. crown easily despite being 32 down to the raptors 3 i'm
a star forward co i learned. the warriors wanting to say goodbye to their fans in oakland with one last win before the team moves to some francisco i was just shocked i was thank you want to thank the golden state had lost yet another player to injury when clay thompson went off in the 3rd but i think cameron stopped pascal c. account showed no mercy as he wrong footed drayman agree with billy to eliminate the swipe green by all my sets up a late victory for the warriors when he scrambled the ball to carry the 2 reports up i was thinking about the man who has made 3 points as his trademark couldn't drain it as the clock ticked down about i know it's a technical foul was it was left to leonard to to create history for canada but also i know this year was letters makes it a ceiling 1st title in history for the only n.b.a. team outside the united states thank god told was that no one was granted
creating his own history as the finals most valuable. you know arduous caps driving . push and you know i may go with the trophy but everybody deserves it is a dream is a dream and and if it was amazing to be able to realize their dreams golden state's meanwhile taste defeat for only the 2nd time and their run of fife strike finals i was really proud of the way that we fought to the end and this 5 euros been been awesome but definitely because of everybody things is gonna endos. vs no it's more. we are doing here the best team of the past 5 years will try again next season but they'll have to come up the new kings of the n.b.a. the toronto raptors of canada paul reese al-jazeera was with the scenes 4000 kilometers away and surround sort of the biggest
sporting achievement this city seen since the blue jays won but it's about world series baseball titles in the early ninety's a victory parade will take place in the city on monday. england have reached the last 16 of the women's football world cup the 2015 semifinalist beating argentina one nil jodie taylor scoring the only goal of the game just past the hour mark england's upcoming game against japan will decide who finishes top of their group will japan be scotland c one of the other group d. game a 2nd straight loss for the scots you know only have a slim chance of progressing it's silly have made sure of their place in the last 16 with a 5 no whenever jamaica in group c. usa forward carli lloyd says she did feel sympathy for its holland's goalkeeper or her side were beating them 3rd scene in their 1st group game boys scored the final goal in that record breaking when the defending champions have faced some criticism for their rather enthusiastic celebrations after every goal but the 2 time world
player of the year says she did say time out to console her rival. i didn't know if she really understood what i said i didn't know she understood english but it was really cool and i think that's what you know the sport is all about and in the wins and losses you know i think characters a true testament in the sport and it was it was cool and you know i just hope that they continue to put their head up and continue to fly and just keep going on. and a french court has found that the saudi arabian based satellite provider is illegally distributing footage from the cats are channel b. in sports b. and is the official rights holder for the women's world cup as so for every game has been shown illegally on the pirate network b. out q. and a statement being said this latest legal ruling in front shows that even if we are illegally denied access to justice in saudi arabia we will use every means possible to hold q.
and arabs to account for their daily theft of rights holders intellectual property diego maradona has stepped down from his coaching job due to health concerns the 986 world cup winner is leaving his role at mexican club. so he can have operations on his shoulder and make the 2nd. finals during the 58 year old 9 month stay up the club ok but he's always fought for now more lighter 30 minutes of al-jazeera world news when we come back in about 2 minutes i will see that.
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hello and welcome i'm peter w. watching al jazeera live from doha also coming up. the risk of spread to countries outside the region remains low the world health organization decides against declaring a global emergency on africa's outbreak of ebola. thousands of brazilians are out on the streets to protest against the president's condition reform. and hidden away the migrants being kept by the u.s. government in what's been called a concentration camp. the u.s. president donald trump stepping up the rhetoric against iran mr trump is calling it a nation of terror as he's blaming it for the tanker explosions in the gulf a man has not talked about any response but his daring to run against trying to close the strait of hormuz iran's had back at washington saying its stance is
aggressive and intolerable moment while reports from moscow to. what or who is to blame for the explosions on board 2 tankers in the gulf of oman the u.s. believes iran and they released this video purporting to show iran a sort of illusory gods removing an unexploded limpet mine from the japanese owned kuta courageous the timestamp according to the americans shows it happened after the vessel screw had been askew well iran didn't do it and do you know they did it because you saw that low i guess one of the mines didn't explode and it probably got essentially a run written all over it and you sort of loaded nato in to take cover mine off and successfully took that mine off the boat and that was exposed that was a boat that we damn. near didn't want the evidence left behind i guess they don't know that we have a signature we can detect in the dark it works very well russia and germany say the
video at least inconclusive and the requires further investigation iranian leaders accuse the us of what they called subtleties diplomacy against the country speaking at a gathering of eurasia leaders in kyrgyzstan iranian president hassan rouhani said the u.s. is pushing an aggressive stance that cannot be tolerated. as the government of the united states over the last 2 years using economic and military capacity and is creating an aggressive approach the united states has stepped over all the norms and regulations of the international community and has created new threats for the region and the world. and in the war of words the japanese owner of one of the ships has cast doubts on the u.s. claim that mines were used he said the ships a lot of soft flying objects before the explosion this for analysts hard evidence is kept but intentions on the one side or the other easy to gain your r. and b.
well one to prove that if squeezed it can hit back by dissipating oil supplies through the strait of hormuz the u.s. leaders on the other hand have long shown their desire to punish iran for its alleged nuclear ambitions one analyst says whoever is behind the attack incident has given the u.s. a perfect opportunity but i think it's pretty clear that the united states administration is really rushing to judgment there is quite a bit of cynicism out there are young people who are trying to read the messages from pompei oh a lot of people think this is possibly a little too convenient given that there are some in washington some in certain countries in the region that want to see the tensions between the u.s. and iran remain really high some of those countries are iran a sunni muslim neighbors saudi arabia and the united arab emirates in addition to
israel but there was no telling what a war on iran could cause to the region gulf nations have much to do is if a major war breaks out if in the north of the country and could find itself in the crossfire because of its location other nations such as the united arab emirates may well really think before encouraging a conflict and the economy prosperity. and disease must come. the u.n. secretary general has condemned the incident in the gulf of oman and says the truth as to what happened must be establish diplomatic go to james bays has more from the u.n. headquarters in new york. addressing reporters alongside the arab league secretary general gate antonio good terrorists said remarkably that he had not seen this video released by the pentagon and broadcast around the world he said he believed there should be an independent investigation into the incident but the u.n.
is not the rights to launch investigations only the security council can do it and . in relation to that obviously not the right person to answer your question he also said that high level mediation was needed but again his hands were tied obviously the the mood offices of the secretary general always available but the office of the secretary general of the mandates on the bodies of the. u.n. can only be exercised with the full agreement of the parties the secretary general seems to be placing limits on his own possible actions and they are limits that are not laid out in the united nations governing document the un charter so why does mr terrorist appear to be so reluctant to get involved i asked his official spokes person can you tell me where in the charter of the limits on his good offices where are the limits in the charter to stop him setting up his own investigation i can't
find any secretary general needs a legislative un legislative body to set up an investigation is it has that has been that has been the practice for as long as i've been here what does he need to carve out a more powerful role and is he not in effect shirking his response no i don't think he's sure at a time of global crisis he should be leading that i don't and he's finding excuses not to i don't think he's shirking his responsibilities at all the secretary general is clearly putting the ball in the court of the security council but there are already clear indications on this. issue the council is deeply divided if mr good terrace is waiting for a unified security council to give him permission to get involved he may be waiting a very long time then again he probably already knows that james outers era of the united nations un security council has held
a meeting on its peacekeeping force in the darfur region of sudan the un confirmed the killing of 17 people in the burning of more than 100 houses there earlier this week the u.k.'s as the un african union mission into far to darfur must stay in the region and responsibility for security not be handed over to saddam's paramilitary force the r.s.s. itself removing the peacekeepers would violate existing agreements as well as un rules you name it team sites must not be handed over to the i.r.s. or doing so would not only be in violation of existing agreements on the 100 of these sites as well as un principles financial rules and regulations but it would also be grossly negligent we would risk enabling violence against civilians. the world health organization has decided against a clearing an international public health emergency over the break in the democratic republic of congo nearly 1400 people have died since august in the 2nd
worst of the disease in history there are concerns the virus may have spread to uganda where 2 people died after visiting the d.r. see. so in. when district. 5 year old grandson the disease. on ugandan soil they had crossed from neighboring democratic republic of congo we. killed by the disease my sister was with her as my kids was. my gifts they are my kids. she c.b.s. assists. was. content with nearly 100 people. could come from. they.
did request. them. and they were. in the. drug that. they have been around 2000 cases. with $1400.00 the world health organization. various it is not an international agency it was the view of the committee that the outbreak is emergency in the democratic republic of congo. and the region. but it does not meet all the 3 criteria for
a public health emergency of international concern one huge challenge is uganda's porous border with the d r c some people enter the country without passing through areas we screening is taking place it's not very easy to determine how many people . we've missed part. because when. they were very open about this and what they had been doing in. health officials say there is no evidence. in uganda. is not. 1000 years there had been 5 weeks the last in 22. and has been to appearing for the worst health officials have been vaccinated and trained to deal quickly with any outbreak would to date this week uganda is on high alert. al-jazeera. fassel brazil have come to a standstill during a 24 hour nationwide strike against proposed pension reforms the government says these changes are necessary to stop the country sliding into recession.
new trains today. extensive metro system remain closed a show of defiance by the trade unions and inconvenience for many passengers trying to get to work but why yes we just saw numbers i'm also sure we called our manager and asked if they could send a car to take us to the office if we don't make it to work they'll be a deduction from our salary. if it's important to protest against the pension reform but they should plan something that won't disturb everyone. bankers teachers and all workers also join the industrial action in towns and cities across brazil political of a total we are fighting for our futures and for the next generations future i want to retire with dignity. job you've got so why don't we know the government is not sensitive to this kind of protest but we want politicians to hear us anyway. roots were.