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seizures the prosecution is a still in process and to date no one's been convicted. we asked the commander about allegations of corruption at the port. is not an issue because. i have walked in india for like 2 years i don't think this. but the events which unfolded soon after seemed to indicate otherwise before the customs official handing off a box of tramadol to a port worker. then we captured boxes of the drug being thrown over the fanes. finally as we were leaving the paperwork was arrested going to legibly for stealing tramadol we try to film that. part of the what. you tell me the.
amount. of. customs did take it seriously foaming that is we were detained and pressured to delete our footage of the arrest. in the end. an official later confirmed that the arista poor work i had stolen the tramadol. but the ports of lagos are just the start of the problem next we travel to my degree in the north east of nigeria the city was once the headquarters of. the islamic state franchise terrorizing this part of the country since 2009. group which has been fighting
a jury and military forces attacking schools and declaring an islamic state in territory it controls since then to attacks and suicide bombings that killed an estimated 27000 people over 2000000 civilians have been displaced. we've heard disturbing reports the tramadol might be playing a role in the insurgency. to understand how the conflict is affecting civilians here we interview a psychiatry my degrees federal neuropsychiatric hospital so i'm many patients although he shows us around a rehab. isn't it it's almost empty but that isn't for lack of those needing treatment. sent. 1 in the source of livelihood of.
treatment also since the insurrection began he's seen previously unthinkably high dosages of tramadol come on to the market we have. 625. is actually. present you see that there are individuals. 10. $25.00 shocking indeed that service 60 times the maximum legal dosage. one of those who can't afford treatment is above my. comment when i find it that i won a number of items of which were that in some cases she has a white aiki. that was 4 years ago. doesn't it and that's going to do more to answer the minus. their prejudice you know. that's because oh
that's another thing that i don't know if this is the guy. had to go there. at the time of his brother's death of a druggie flayed his village. he now lives in a camp for internally displaced people on the outskirts of my degree. means you need us or whatever and you who are always in the sorority get on. well they're going to do a damn always. believed to do we were no one any one no one is the anyone no one in any. in the corner go into god he has anybody seen that he already did i think and i think as you and me and i see the region after iowa or now when once when i shall but as i'm going to get into. another nickname i say how i down in the v.a. she hasn't yet. and
it's not just civilians are taking tramadol also came here to investigate suspicions that the drug is fueling the insurgency itself we tracked down to form a book around member for security reasons we could only interview him at a hotel. like many of these arrested boko haram fighters he was forced to join the movement when he was in his teens. he was in the movement for 4 years before escaping. now he lives in a refugee. my degree. yes anybody. coming. in.
she. actually does the. yes you no doubt that the drug is essential to sustaining book or insurgency but i want to. go. finally we travel westwards to car my dear is 2nd largest city. it's got one of the highest poverty rates the country and also some of its worst tramadol abuse. at the mean you can a teaching hospital system of legally prescribed tramadol and the dangers of the illegal street version can be seen in one location. today this
morning. with the patients. the psychiatric ward is struggling to cope with the fallout from the abuse grade version we have 44 beats. 50 to 60 percent of our clients people. use cross due to the lack of resources drug users share the same ward with psychiatric patients we handle those are all sometimes which takes a short period of time and then we have to undo the psychological depend. on issues that are on that and it takes a long time even after you need to be seeing the person for quite a long time as our patient. but the flip side of the tramadol dilemma or is this over regulating it would have disastrous results in a general ward we visit a patient for whom trammels an essential pain treatment. suffers from sickle cell
disease a blood disorder which causes acute pain and stunts growth although he looks much younger he's actually 18. he said. 2018 the nigerian government in an effort to clamp down on the beauty of coding based cough syrups banned them extensively some doctors and experts are concerned that the authorities might resort to similar tactics. if you buy drugs.
not only is it being sold nigeria but it's being trafficked to neighboring countries to have. something. this is. this instance. was. passed. through to. the final 5 it's something it's. all this tramadol they tell us mr system for destruction of the jail full of that is just a drop in the ocean the country still drowning in the drug. next we join in india
a drug raid. looking and acting very much like the americans you train them they take to the streets in an armored convoy. in a display of force they travel through kano shunting traffic and from rising you know you right here they disembark to read a large local market. e.-v. handed operation probably put on for our benefit produces few results they arrest a young man wearing a cannabis t. shirt. it's unclear if you even has any cannabis on him nevertheless he's bundled onto an indian a truck which is fast filling up with other young men from the market. nigeria has a 55 percent youth unemployment rate and it also has the highest number of people living in extreme poverty in the world even more than india so men like these sometimes turn to drug dealing out of necessity. it's not 6 in
the right breaths up but can i jerry is war against illegal tramadol really be one with guns without addressing the underlying causes of poverty unemployment and inequality that seems highly unlikely. 3 months of protests on an unprecedented scale have virtually paralyzed hong kong what began as opposition to an extradition law has escalated into a broader pro-democracy anti-government movement. so how and why has this crisis developed and what the protesters want. in the 1st of 2 special reports people in power traces the dramatic evolution of hong kong summer of defiance on
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all of our cars and to bunches of the top to bottom. in part one of this 2 part series al-jazeera explores the world of performance enhancing drugs. the. sports doping the endless chase on al-jazeera. new yorkers are very receptive to al jazeera because it is such an international city they're very interested in that global perspective that al-jazeera provides. protests to sets on to barricades out surviving confrontation with police outside the government headquarters.
of the engine went on this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up in sudan a judge just formally charged deposed president bashir with corruption and illegal use of foreign funds. the u.s. says it carried out an attack in syria's last rebel held province that killed at least 13 people. i merely 2000000 people who call india home i denied citizenship raising fears of state lessness. hello there what began as a peaceful mass rally in hong kong once again descended into violence protesters threw petrol bombs that police guarding the government headquarters and set barricades on fire officers responded with tear gas and water cannons riot police also store metro stations where they say demonstrators vandalized the way hey reports now from hong kong.
this is become a weekend ritual in parts of street battles breaking out between anti-government protesters and police. but this was one of the most intense rounds of violence since the protests began almost 3 months ago. the day had started peacefully the police rejected an application from. organizes to hold a rally additionally it was just small religious and student groups that defied the ban we need to pray for home sold off and some of them are 1st on the they also have the same idea but the numbers grew throughout the day as people paralyzed some of the city's busiest roads turning them into walkways i by doing so they risked a rest but there was safety in numbers they shouted if the 1000000 cries of stand with hong kong and left them mock as they went but it was inevitable that this day would develop like so many others have in hong kong recently the violence started
when some people stopped at the offices of the government which adjoins hong kong's parliament this is a building that they stormed back on the 1st of july so clearly once they came to this building the police were in no mood to muck around no mood to allow them to stay here and throw things at the building so that started fairly quickly. the protesters have developed a relatively new and dangerous tactic of throwing petrol bombs along with bricks and other objects on the other side police fired tear gas and deployed water cannons this time laced with dye to try to mock those who had broken the law eventually those demonstrating moved on but the fight wasn't over. the protesters have retreated from the area around the legislative council conflicts but not very far coming to a place close to the headquarters of the hong kong police of bollocks this road this intersection here and sit fire to their barricade taking things to a new level directions were designed to send
a clear message to the police and the government far from being afraid they are intensifying they campaign and in doing so the city's crisis is worsening wane hey al jazeera hong kong. in sudan a judge has formally ties deposed president bashir with corruption and foreign funds but she told the court he received $25000000.00 from. saudi crown prince muhammad bin solomon but he had to use the money for private purposes or shares lawyer says his client denies all charges against him sudan has embarked on a transition to civilian rule following a power sharing deal between protest leaders of the generals who stood for sugar coated over so that was one of them because we did not supply the money to the bank of sudan because we meant to hide the source and we did so because this was the desire of the prince and i had hoped that this would have been a secret court in order not to show the name of the prince he did not want his name to appear anywhere which is why he sent the money on a private plane with
a private on avoid this was his wish for it not to be known well let's look at how i was sure got to this point demonstrations began in december against the rising cost of living for turning into a why did movement calling for an end to bashir 30 years in office he's been under house arrest since april the military gentles said bashir was being investigated for money laundering to more than $130000000.00 was found at his home that has been formally charged with corruption and the possession of illicit foreign currency if i'm guilty he could spend up to 10 years in prison if a morgan has more now from khartoum. today's parts hearing was the 3rd court hearing for sudan's former president on monday bashir and it was the 1st time where he gave his statements to the judge and to the court where he said that he did indeed receive $25000000.00 from saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed bin salim on he said that his office manager got a call from saudi arabia's crown prince of office manager and said that there was a special gift coming on board a special played now he said that when the money landed in sudan he did not want to
turn it down because he was worried that he would upset and nation which is according to his words special relations with sudan at the time so we accepted the gift but did not use it in a personal capacity now his lawyers are arguing that he should be set free on bail until the next hearing and until he's formally until he's formally convicted but the judge today turned down that. that appeal and said that if convicted of the charges of illegal opposition of foreign currency and illegal creating a foreign currency then the former president faces up to 10 years in jail so he will not be allowed bail he also to be formally indicted the former president who says that he is not guilty he said that most of the money he used was for personal interests to try to get the country out of the crisis that that he was in during the time which was a shortage of flour and shortage of fuel and he said that none of the money went to his personal account and that if investigations continue that is what is going to be revealed so for the moment it looks like we're going to have to wait for the rest of the testimonies from witnesses from the defense aside from the from the
president's side after already hearing from from witnesses from the state prosecutor side and it's going to be a few weeks before we have a final verdict on whether the former president is going to face 10 years in jail or whether he is innocent 60 tons of humanitarian aid has been sent from qatar to sudan to help the victims of the recent floods more than 60 people have been killed and thousands forced to abandon their whole hoard stuff from cars to. the military cargo bay behind these oh and by the time i mean something has just landed on the ball to come to it is the 1st shipment to live here from qatar to help the victims of the flooding to this country over the last several days hundreds of dollars hundreds of people have been left but by these bombings about $200.00 either killed or wounded. about 60000 homes be destroyed this shipment new routes 4 tons of medical supplies 15 tons of blankets and jeanne tons of food
supplies and the other material is a group that other shipments are expected and other cargo bay like this is expected to land here on monday. the u.s. says it carried out an attack in syria is it the province that killed at least 13 people burn and smith has more from just say that's near the turkey syria border. the u.s. led coalition is confirming that it targeted a building to the east of city that it says was connected with a group linked to al qaeda or a training facility in al jazeera sources on the ground we've spoken to sources who confirm that they say that this was a training center for this group connected with al qaida it encourage people from all ages young boys to teenage men to older men to come to training that's why we have seen video where at least there is clearly one injured child in the video but that it was the issue with this center the all age groups that it was believed to
be this training center for this al qaeda connected group and it's an indication really of the concern not just that turkey hasn't of the russians have but also that the americans have that in this last rebel held part of syria the northwestern part of syria there are these hard core groups resisting conducting a last stand the reuters news agency says a suicide bomber has attacked police and condones one of afghanistan's biggest cities earlier the taliban launched a new offensive there afghan army reinforcements rushed to prevent find test taking control the government says at least 30 taliban were killed 3 civilians are reported dead well a spokesman for afghanistan's president ashraf ghani says the attack shows the taliban doesn't want peace. the taliban's attack on couldn't lose contradicts what it's saying in doha the attack shows that the taliban still isn't ready for peace they continue to fight but well into his art is the director of the center for
peace and development studies and a former advisor to the afghan high peace council he says the taliban is trying to show strength in the hope it can get more of peace negotiations. folly one would like to give 2 important signals to the united state. analysis shows the cut the negotiation for the time biggest are going very well for example the taliban usual would like to cancel the strategic partnership between afghanistan and the united states maybe the united states includes are the boy who will accept that but with maybe with different conditions which is not happening for the time being sickened in the south of afghanistan i think there's some terrorism or very number of. soldier are just raising their heads. would like to give a signal to the united states and also to other international community that they have to be crippling other the region that's raising from day to day also
internally the the taliban leadership would like to emphasize on the. boy that they have to be getting a bigger share in the in the negotiation with the with government side in india nearly 2000000 people have been excluded from a citizen's register and sam could be less state less as a result the have to prove they're not foreigners or face detention the national register citizens was created to determine who came to the state for neighboring bangladesh declared independence from pakistan as some state is now on high alert of extra security forces being deployed priyanka gupta reports from go half least in some state. more than 1900000 people have been left out of a sam's updated finally rich history of citizens that means they will now have to appeal to foreigners tribunals with evidence to prove that they are indian the decision on citizenship will be decided by foreigners tribunals the of course have
the right to appeal a high court and supreme court but it is expected to be a long legal process the government says about $200.00 foreigners tribe you know will start operating the coming few days and that number could be increased. up to $1000.00 additional stuff have also been appointed there also promising legal aid for vulnerable and marginalized communities are different villages and towns but it's a mound with process and this n.r.c. list seems to be just the beginning of what is likely to be a long drawn out legal process deciding citizenship of these more than 1900000000 people senior b.g.p. minister ahead of the head of the list being published has already voiced concerns about the fate of genuine citizens who might be left out and they are saying that they want to make sure that indians are not left out of the fight and they said they have also promised support to all these people who might appear in 4.