tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 260 Al Jazeera September 18, 2019 10:32am-11:01am +03
damage has been contained and more than half of the production capabilities that were damaged have been restored therefore the company will fulfill all of its commitments to clients during this month the comments comes crude oil prices which had seen the biggest one day jump in history on monday but can they fulfill their promises i am pessimistic in terms of full production we're talking over 5.7 to 5500000 barrels a day this is a tremendous amount this was the largest drop in the oil production anywhere in history who the rebels took responsibility as payback for the war in yemen but it is just well again as we demand he keeps it taking saudi arabia with ballistic missiles and drones until the end of this oil supremacy that they have. but the u.s. and saudi arabia suspect iran is the true culprit certainly looking like around was
behind these attacks our intelligence community at this very hour is working diligently to review the evidence u.s. secretary of state mike home pay or has been deployed to saudi arabia the state department said he will coordinate if it's to counter iranian aggression in the region despite iran denying any involvement foreign minister jahvid zarif tweeted in defense of the who thinks the u.s. isn't upset when its allies mercilessly bomb babies in yemen for over 4 years with its arms and its military assistance but it is terribly upset when the victims reacts the only way they can against the graces oil refineries. for saudi arabia and the u.s. any attack on the world's energy supply is a red line crossed it will not decide how to punish whoever they determine is the perpetrator chela ballasts al-jazeera. time for a short break here now to 0 when we come back dozens of people are killed in 2 bomb
attacks in afghanistan including one that targeted the president's campaign rallies . and in malaysia takes emergency measures to try and make it rain as smoke and haze spreads from in the nation more on that stay with us. hello again or welcome back to your international weather forecast here across europe could be seen as a big changes in terms of winds temperatures as well here mostly started here across parts of northern europe then over parts of north eastern europe we do have a front of body that's bringing a lot of cold air across much of this area where the winds it's going to feel a little bit colder than these temperatures berlin at 14 it's going to feel more like 11 degrees with that wind chill over here towards warsaw at 14 in kiev at 12 now as we go from wednesday and into thursday we do see a lot of that air starting to push towards the east and the northeast and that's going to bring down those temperatures as well we'll be seeing nice conditions down
towards the south but it is going to be rainy for rome with attempt a few of 28 and we are going to sing temperatures on the rebound over towards paris and london on thursday we do expect to see nice conditions with 21 degrees there well as we go towards another course africa things are a lot better than they were previously we did see some storms pushing across the northern tier here after algeria as well as into tunisia tench wise tunis is expected to be about 32 degrees here on wednesday by the time we go towards thursday we are going to see mostly clear conditions across much of the area over towards morocco though we could see a few clouds pushing in with the right at $22.00 for algiers at 27 and for tunis and i stay at 31.
i mean this is different whether someone saying. it's how you approach. it is a certain way of doing it you can just. tryout. welcome back a quick reminder at the top stories on al-jazeera there appears to be no clear winner in israel's 2nd election in under 6 months prime minister benjamin netanyahu has faced a tough challenge from benny gantz his blue and white party official results are expected later on wednesday. international cooperation on the on saudi arabia's old
system as it is continuing with you a secular state on his way to riyadh france is something experts to try and determine the culprit saudi arabia is joining the u.s. led coalition to secure the gulf. to museums are going to have to vote again to choose their next president a runoff elections being planned up to sunday's election failed to find an outright winner no professor a. head of imprisoned media magnate the bill. afghanistan's been hit by 2 bomb blasts less than 2 weeks before presidential election the taliban says it was behind the attacks which killed at least 46 people one blast targeted an election rally by the president ashraf ghani but he wasn't hurt and i went off in a high security area in the capital reports now from kabul. with a week and a half to go before the presidential election which the taliban has threatened to
disrupt 7 the group quickly claimed responsibility for both attacks. the 1st happened at a reelection campaign rally for president ashraf ghani in part of an province the taliban says it suicide bomber was targeting special forces soldiers but as with previous attacks most of those killed and injured were civilians young a sudden only a man on the motorbike arrived in a huge explosion happened a lot of people heard a martini and. the attack will be a major concern for all the presidential candidates as they campaign across afghanistan in the coming days even more worrying for the author here in kabul was the 2nd attack happening in what should be one of the most secure areas of the capital the taliban bomber managed to evade tight security surrounding the diplomatic area of the capital detonating explosives at an office of the ministry
of defense. in. the asian i heard an explosion and then dust started rising from the site of the attack and there was gunfire i scaped body parts were spread everywhere it was confirmed the gunfire was actually warning shots from security forces trying to clear the area because they feared a secondary attack. as the countdown to election day continues the why defeat here for the afghan government is keeping the security situation stable enough to allow voting to begin. robert bride al jazeera kabul spain's acting prime minister better sanchez has called a snap election for november 10th of the spanish king said no candidate had enough support to form a government sanchez's socialist party has been trying to form a government since april. european commission president younger and younger is now addressing the european parliament in strasbourg about the u.k.'s exit from the
e.u. it comes as the u.k. supreme court has begun hearings to decide whether prime minister barak's johnson broke the law by suspending parliament for 5 weeks these are live pictures coming from strasbourg down the hole has more now from london. the barricades have shifted temporarily that we remain breaks it battle as a rived at the supreme court we have the force to appeals one from england and wales and one from scotland. they both involve the same issue. whether it was lawful for the prime minister advise her majesty to authorize the provocation the parliament order in council at issue whether the court should stay out of politics as the english high court had ruled or a scottish judges decided last week whether the courts should step in when the powers of government are used for purposes other than those for which they were intended. when the prime minister exercise.
is admittedly removed discretionary power to advise her majesty gratian it is an improper purpose for him to be motivate our wish to avoid armament you control over the policies of his government and we know. that the parliament may be proved for a variety of reasons blessing for all as much as formal. and sasan the. greek parliament is not in any sense innocent and to the preparation in ukraine speech the supreme court's decision when it comes could have far reaching consequences for an unwritten constitution in this country that relies heavily on legal precedent for a government that may yet decide it wants to prorogue parliament again and for parliament itself there are many many m.p.'s very keen to get back to work as the
clock ticks down towards briggs's day on october 31st and if the supreme court were to confirm the scottish judges finding that boris johnson lied to the queen over his reasons for suspending parliament they'd be heavy pressure on the prime minister to resign fundamentally this case is really quite simple it's about this proposition the government admits that parliament doesn't get control whether it's suspend it. and government says courts can't control it either and that is arse right king proposition an absolutely striking proposition and the supreme court's going to have found difficulty accepting it hey you're a star democracy so that's not a popular view among sections of the crowd outside the court 6 as ever tensions on display are ugly combative divisive no decision look
a supreme court is going to change that jonah hill al jazeera london. leaders of hong kong's democracy movement have appeal directly to the u.s. congress for support joshua wall and dani's ho urged a congressional hearing to adopt hong kong human rights and democracy if passed the territory have to prove every year that it was spec's human rights in order to keep it special trading status with the united states. more than a 1000 schools are closed across malaysia smoke from forest fires in neighboring in the major continues to worsen malaysia is using emergency cloud seeding to try to produce rain and clear the skies frontally reports now from the capital kuala lumpur this is what kuala lumpur and many parts of malaysia now look like the heavy smog is caused by hundreds of fires burning through forest mainly in neighboring indonesia during the dry season land is set alight by farmers to clear it for new planting across malaysia schools are being shut on days the air pollution is
considered very unhealthy. ilhan bin mohamad chatah has asthma and the frantic syndrome and has had to skip school for several days on one hit so much difficulty breathing that he had to go to the doctors 4 times. we're worried about his health but his body he keeps complaining about wanting to go back to school and be with me his friends and all that. yeah i think if this situation you know not going to be. quite a cool way to strace stressful time for us as a family the malaysian meteorology department is conducting cloud seeding hoping to artificially create a raid in an effort to clear the small salt crystals. being loaded onto a plane to be dispersed into clouds scientists say the little water that's in the air will condense around these newly introduced particles well thicken the clouds
and increase the chance of rain for that to work there has to be enough clout to produce rain and even if there is there may not be enough rainfall to reduce the haze. as long as there are still forest fire and the winds continue to blow from day to disregard the his will return but at least we'll be able to temporarily reduce the air pollution index in indonesia the government has sent in thousands of military and the police to help put out forest fires in sumatra and the province of kalimantan in borneo its environment ministry has also sealed off plantations operated by dozens of companies where some of the fires were allegedly started but until the monsoon season arrives next month the smoke is forecast to continue choking the region florence louis al-jazeera kuala lumpur. now
south africa will begin an extraordinary session of parliament in a few hours on how to tackle gender based violence the president. has talked about crisis after growing protests of a rape and murder according to w.h.o. estimates the femicide rate for south africa is almost 5 times the global average shelled pimental lives in johannesburg last told us her story your family us assizes you society are sizes you because i've been gang raped with a cut of my nipples at 16. my the man that. that thread me from 6 to 9 he was living my parents' home and he broke my nose and my mom was a rock and my mom the sitting me you know when my nose was bleeding continuously my mom was murdered in 2009 assman pleaded to get
a spleen was structured she bled to death you know and. that's my fight you've been abusing you've been raped and they've taken away interesting thing of you they're not taking away. your body they take no height so that i mean very much pain but i have kids and i need to keep them strong and this is my story in this my please you know this to me for those kids for our kids for the kids you know we've been. i've been in the and it's worse if. venezuela's government has released the vice president of its opposition controlled congress edgar's on brando was freed from state custody for months after his arrest on treason charges it comes a day after president nicolas maduro is really a socialist party reached a deal with small opposition parties. protests continue in haiti as
a field shortage bites and anger at alleged corruption grows there are renewed calls for the president to resign chapeltown see reports. the protests have escalated throughout the year since haiti's subsidized supply of fuel from venezuela was cut that was supplied through the petrol program begun by travelers in 2005 to help the development of caribbean nations the program ended last year as u.s. sanctions isolated from israel are from the international financial system so maybe that's your it's a protest of the pitch will shield which is in the country the high cost of living in the lack of security. now the country must rely on the u.s. market for energy and supplies are demanding about $100000000.00 an unpaid fees before more fuel is delivered prices a rocket electricity a black.