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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 197  Al Jazeera  July 17, 2019 2:32pm-3:01pm +03

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cox's bazaar you have nearly a 1000000 working the refugees there the fact is they are still suffering they're suffering greatly the conditions in those camps have been greatly improved and when i 1st visited them in october 2017 the infrastructure is much more improved there are roads there are dams they try to protect the most vulnerable from the elements but just in the past couple of weeks you had torrential downpours monsoon season greatly affecting the rain the refugees in those camps because of that thousands of in this place and a population that is amongst the most vulnerable populations in the world they are even the situation's even more park for terry is for them i mean we're just hearing from town. in the bangladeshi capital about this i.c.c. delegation that survived how difficult is it going to be for them to stop a case is a complicated process daryn because 1st you had the i.c.c. rule that they would have jurisdiction and the way that they have jurisdiction in this isn't through me anymore because myanmar is not a signatory to the rome statute so they are not a member of the international criminal court the way that the i.c.c.
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gets jurisdiction is to bangladesh because bangladesh is a member of the international criminal court a signatory to the rome statute but even that is riddled with complications what we've seen in the past few weeks is that the prosecutor for the international criminal court she has put in an official request with the panel of judges in order to formally launch an investigation into the alleged atrocities against the regime go how long this will take in order for a decision to be made we just don't know at this point now you have this delegation that has arrived this is the 2nd time i believe that a delegation from the i.c.c. has arrived in bangladesh to try to follow up on the allegations to get more information but what's going to happen exactly next we're just not sure just a final thought before you go i mean how is min mas military like them like to react over the announcement of these sanctions from the u.s. look at till now me and more most of the time has denied the allegations that they committed war crimes they committed atrocities that's something that they've been consistent in doing when those allegations have been leveled. against them now one
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particular point of interest in the statement that was made by secretary u.s. secretary of state mike pompei oh is that one of the things that outraged the state department most in deciding to impose these sanctions is learning that the soldiers that were convicted in me and mar of committing this mass killing in the village of india in that they had been set free after only a few months in prison that means that the reporters the pulitzer prize winning reporters that were jailed for uncovering that atrocity wallow in and in that means that they spent more time in jail than those officials and mean more than this military official so that's one thing that really angered the u.s. that really showcase to them that man mars military wasn't taking any of this very seriously it will be interesting to see if they reply if they come up with some kind of statement because these sanctions are now being imposed but i wouldn't expect it any time soon all right mohammed thank you. all right time for short break here now is iraq when we come back the u.s. house condemns president trump for racist comments against 4 congresswoman plus.
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that office of the opposite that the mayor and all the officers are what they bought them outside steps that they need to be off the porch outrage from the mother of the mountain choked to death by a new york policeman not the news they've been their charges against the on the morning stay with us. we will also settle whether sunshine across central parts of you further races the they say that a different story got a fair amount of clout just around the baltic states pushing across into that western side of russia pretty cloudy still just around greece this is a scene in crete though it is brightening up quite nicely some subtle weather now pushing through and that will be the case as we go on through the next couple days is that in pretty good athens at around 28 celsius as a 24 bucharest but you see where we've had some life showers across eastern side of
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the med just rolling into turkey now further north more blustery showers rolling in across parts of baltic states down into poland and pushing the towards the west and russia i was told the west $25.00 celsius in london to better $29.00 that for paris and 30 for madrid a little colder than it has been recently northerly fade on the way but you can see the cloud of rain moving across all and pushing its way into west scotland and that will continue to be the case as we go on through the next 24 hours or so down to the southeast it broadening up but there will still be some showers just still around will parts of cyprus pushing into to see whether that's just around the alps enough as it stays wet just around that heat and side of the region for all the parts of africa it's fine dry and sunny. i can tolerate this. education is struggling to keep pace often failing to prepare
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children for today's world. at some schools the changing the rules are giving up all the day and how. with the stunning results. i am glad. there are. rebel education early learning mexico on al-jazeera. welcome back to the top stories here this hour saddam could finally be on the off to a whole new way of government after a deal was signed between the military genter and protest leaders they've agreed to form a power sharing body that many hope will eventually lead to civilian rule. the u.s.
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government's imposing its strongest sanctions yet on the in-laws military leaders the target main mosque commander in chief and several other senior officers some response for the mass killing of a thing to muslims in 2017. well the european parliament has now elected the lion as president of the european commission the german defense minister will become the 1st woman to hold the post when she replaces. john holl as more now from strasbourg. approval from the european parliament in a tight vote. becomes the 1st woman to hold the e.u. use top job as commission president she'll set the policy agenda for the next 5 years i feel so much and i'm overwhelmed and i thank you for the trust you place in me you know the trust you placed in me is confidence you've placed in your office your confidence in the united interest from europe from east
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to west from south to north. as a german a woman and a close ally of angle a merkel on the line will be seen as an extension of the chancellor's dominant role in european politics she owes her career to merkel and like merkel she's a political conservative and a passionate supporter of european integration. but big spending promises designed to sway down to any peace are a departure and may prove hard to fulfill we must take bold steps to get mrs ford a lion is indebted for their support to opposing quarters from the socialists to the nationalists which means someone will have to be disappointed supporters in the heavyweight center right european people's party bloc to which belongs brushed those concerns aside she managed to get the support of $27.00 out of $28.00 heads of government in the european union so western europeans eastern europeans were
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supporting her representatives from the different political families and what she also managed to do is together with us to bring france and germany closer back together the french german cooperation is not everything in the good opinion that's sure but without a close friend german cooperation things really don't move forward in the european union among the promises. has made is reform of the very electoral process that had failed to produce a democratically elected candidate with her name emerging instead from behind closed doors as the preferred pick of e.u. heads of government and state it's not only far right populists talking about a democratic deficit in the e.u. anymore many other m.e. peas are saying it as well. and try as she might to be the consensus candidate for all her promise of a green climate deal for europe wasn't enough to sway the greens what is the deal for europe can you explain that to me i can't well if you can't i can't either i
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mean again a slogan it's not a program what is it harm much in which direction. but they'll be an abiding sense of relief an autumn of crises reckons a trade war with trump and britain sliding towards a no deal breaks it at least europe now knows who's in charge join a whole al-jazeera strasberg the us house of representatives as voted to condemn racist comments made by president trump about 4 congresswoman on sunday trump tweeted telling the politicians to go back to where they came from and he's refused to back down despite growing criticism both at home and abroad michaela reports from washington d.c. without objection the motion to reconsider is laid on the table the vote went largely along party lines only for republicans joining house democrats in their rebuke of president. it was a rare occasion on which all in the house were forced to go on the record in
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response to intemperate comments made by the president these comments from the white house are disgraceful and disgusting and the experiments are racist the vote was delayed by republicans who attempted to have the accusation of racism made by the house speaker introducing the bill struck off the record i urge you if you go and you know that the balance of my i was just going to the general speaker of the house if she would like to rephrase that comment i had to clear my remarks as a parliamentarian before i read them the unprecedented argument delayed the vote for hours many republicans clearly more angered by the speaker's words than by those treated by the president as a general making a demand that the words be taken down. well our request for jones words are on parliamentary question to be taken down despite the republican fury a vote was taken and the house ruled the speaker's words should be kept on the
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record then another moment of drama for the 1st time a formal attempt in the house to move articles of impeachment against the president impeaching donald jiang trump president of the united states of higher misdemeanors the move is likely to intensify what has been at the bait among house democrats about impeachment more than 80 representatives are on record as urging such a move others including the house speaker have been arguing that it would be better to continue investigating the president through house committees rather than risk a failed move to impeach therefore donnel john traub by causing such harm to the society of the united states is unfit to be president and warrants impeachment trial and removal from office.
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a decision may not need to be made one way or the other by kind of al-jazeera washington a meal police officer whose actions feel the national movement against police brutality will not face charges over the death of a black man he was trying to arrest the u.s. justice department made the announcement on tuesday 5 years after the death of eric gonna christen salumi has more. that takes. place today officer daniel panta layo was caught on video putting eric garner in a choke hold that led to his death police were attempting to arrest are now on charges of illegally selling blue cigarettes. to them if the agent but after what was described as an exhaustive review the department of justice decided the evidence did not meet the high bar required to bring civil rights charges against the officer when we evaluated all of the leo's actions and white his training and experience mr gardner size weight and actions to resist
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arrest and the duration and escalating nature of the interaction we determined that was insufficient evidence garners family and their supporters were quick to have jacked but years ago my son said i can't read. it today. because they have let us down. i write those words i can't breathe became a rallying cry for the black lives matter movement against police brutality after garners death in 2014 bringing thousands to the street in protest. the mayor of new york issued a statement expressing disappointment with the justice department's decision but clearly that wasn't enough for activists and members of their garners family who gathered outside city hall demanding that the mayor now fired officer panda leo
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while panta layo won't face criminal charges he could still face disciplinary action by the new york police department but the department is known for protecting its officers. u.s. attorney william barr a trouble point he approved the decision not to charge panta layo a fact that was not lost on activists and local politicians it's a pretty clearly to communities of color. it's a mystery showing yet again they don't give a damn about those protesters are again vowing to hit the streets in a country where race relations are already strained and a city where the mare is running for president as a democrat the pressure to act will be intense kristen salumi al jazeera new york. before my peruvian president has been arrested in the u.s. for extradition on corruption charges is the latest politician caught up in latin america's largest of a corruption scandal centered on brazilian construction company. to leader is
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wanted for allegedly taking $20000000.00 in bribes in exchange for a new cut of public works contracts the 73 year old has denied any wrongdoing now every year tens of thousands of mobile phones are stolen in the mexican capital and it's become such a big problem the government's been forced to act as more now from mexico city. i can see i never thought that someone like that and i think i said i have this video is of a robbery taking place inside a commuter bus in mexico city in less than a minute everyone on board has already handed over their phones to armed men robberies like these have become exceedingly common in the city. with mobile phones and other personal electronics being the top prize for thieves in response the city government has launched a new initiative to stop the sale of stolen phones at street markets look at this and when the and if you miss that in that body think of what are you that will look at this is a government call center that handles everything from missing persons to suicide
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prevention recently they've been tasked with assisting robbery victims in blocking their stolen phones you can also register your device using its unique number one recommendation they give toward reducing cell phone is for people to stop buying stolen phones having what's in the street or here into city we all know that when you go to the market you can buy a phone without a box and we've got a receipt and where do you think it came from you don't have to be a genius to know that these are probably stolen phones. while the new measure seeks to punish the sale of stolen phones at street markets most actually end up at indoor elec tronics markets like this one t.v. cameras however are not welcome inside. we're not allowed to film where secondhand eller tonic.


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