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a former french colony twice the size of france located in northern central africa chad is landlocked and bordered by six other countries. silkwood reading the quran is a strong but if i look at rest of it. it was you know it was what will go your way yes it will but it will fall says it will not lead it but know a balloon in a bundle a community that old medleys own usual best reach be of a no name on dies this will. form a student at the elite french school of political science seals popat he led a rebellion against a government he considered to be overly influenced by fronts from the desert region of to besting he relit support with his nationalistic rhetoric is
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a ton of money. but. it. was where it. all me read it was. going to did it in new york. the first french hostage was archaeologist françoise closed who was kept prisoner in the to best the desert for thirty three months. are going to give us it. immediately. after years of chaos and infighting between rebel factions in chad. entered the capital victorious in june one thousand nine hundred two. the revolutionary declared himself president. from the moment he assumed power the young head of state had to
face the threat of neighboring libya. colonel moammar gadhafi wanted to an exchange. he was an equally ambitious revolutionary but all the more powerful thanks to the money he made from oil. in the name of his pan african dream he okie pie district of landin knows who the neighboring territory of libya and launched a rebellion against is an apple. but then . the jackal. has gone in to get it into a. good effete threatened western interests. not only in chad but globally. he
supported revolutionary movements and financed international terrorism. the west extended support to send out way it's absolutely coast. ethan a big reason that it did it was. ronald reagan do solemnly swear that i was faithfully execute the office of president of the united states. we can and will raise out of the problems which now confront us ackland the president reagan came into power we were instructed to do everything possible to stop libyan activities america was like going against gadhafi he was just doing everything to foment revolution so in that context chad became an important
area for us the americans have the sort of they were going to support dissing the united states didn't care in chad per se but they did have a very strong interest in reigning in the ambitions of of colonel gadhafi. what we did was we assessed were. needed. charlie and soldiers more point and shoot it had to be pretty simple. it was part of my function to coordinate all that. we were to deliver them to the airport in the middle of the day. be delivered rather than over their own who were reporting to the congress and to the press they were engaged to clear this program. the united states is an abberation regime but fronts was hesitant to do so.
also meet at home a socialist wanted a new african policy with less intervention and more progression. he opens dialogue with gadhafi gadhafi news up live news evil if you don't want to show us suddenly a. dummy tell all digital of your biting buddy less edited usfsa cook at spots or people are still g.p.s. search me so good you think other guess because the west. year got her she. did you what was an all. who in law does she did you thought you was a live audience just villa in new. scalloped or a child. that you call partition as you little glass it again. gadhafi agreed not to cross the sixteenth parallel a symbolic boundary that separated the pro libyan troops from the regime of essent
outgoing over be a part of a gloomy a new goal to show if the sun must be a loss of hope among. my colleagues and i in washington were aware of the fact that some elements of the french government were tempted to try to work with. khadafi in our message to the french would have been when you sup with the devil use a long. within two years. had taken his place on the international stage. within the country his regime carried out their first massacres in the south. for the requirements of the trial lawyers jacqueline would dana return to this region where the armed rebels known as the code those opposed isn't operating who tried to
secede from the regime. or else that it was. not administered. in this isolated location gray's army plan to ambush the rebel kodos. happening there forgive me please on then me exact i'm on t.v. you do get to get it ok there are many. ideas or can say envy to meet their segment so long if we with their minds on the. sunday. it was auntie could have fed me when the.
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set fairly soon then this same board they must faca just should be a few a day they are pretty safe. approving september while it if you just don't take it they break let me do they want to with visual done this kind to play he is almost a christian bruce is on the road please i'm going to play you sit a very couple of my fuckin compliment got. thirty years later the south of chad has not forgotten the bloody violence of the army against the civilian population. people were killed on the slightest suspicion of supporting the rebels blame you. if you can to. show your real self on be more.
the bit where man made the. result of course. really when you know you not. remember what. was on fire. then with everyone with a sense of. well it's an odd place amin was killing and wiping out dissent in the south the world's attention was turned to the north. gadhafi had violated the pact he'd made with france and the pro libyan troops across the sixteenth parallel and were advancing on chad's capital city. a secular regime that a pretty and fair because i want to monday. but. i know. what the syllabus you experience.
i think was anxious to avoid. commitment in chad but he couldn't escape it. he and his government could not escape it in reality. look beyond. sick brutal plus obey rules they're not on your engine enough you know they're but. good movie addition to the lawsuit of one of us to be going to his unit for you know. it's an ab great had got what he wanted the support of the french army. cadets he gives in and signs an agreement with false one meter home he promises to pull his troops out of china. to pick up futures and.
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scales at least sixty people. two years on al jazeera world meets the french muslim families who lost their loved ones. truck attack a nice an al-jazeera. the nature of news as it breaks although thousands of women have reported rape and other sexual atrocities in south sudan's war rats are going to say the figure is likely much higher with detailed coverage nearly fifty schools took part in the drive each one responsible for the collecting a different school supplies clothing from around the world several football is still very new here but these players are very confident they won't be able to leave gaza maybe even one day by all means but i still say. i had a briefing today from a man named steele who has been out there working with the security forces a veteran of al salvador staton board sent to iraq you seem to be without portfolio doing whatever it is that he wanted to take interest in and acts about in
counterinsurgency while this interview was going on with jim steele there were these terrible screams about pain and terror but what was his mission and what legacy did he leave. his iraq. quick reminder of your top stories today presidents and prime ministers are starting to arrive the second day of the nato summit in brussels leaders will try to turn the page from donald trump's controversial comments yesterday today they'll focus on ending the war in afghanistan and they'll also be looking at the security concerns relating to ukraine mr trump did ramp up the tensions within hours of the summit opening on weapon state by criticizing germany's dependence on russian
energy. if you look at it germany is accounted for and there's a simple way to get rid of the call to get rid of it. they give you so much of the oil and gas from russia i think is something that they are still ok it's very inappropriate we should rover it i don't know what you can do about it but it certainly doesn't seem to make sense that they pay billions of dollars to russia and we have to defend them to get russia the us government says all eligible migrant children under the age of five will be returned to their parents by thursday they were separated so on the u.s. mexican border under president trump zero tolerance immigration policy the white house has already missed a federal judge's tuesday deadline to reunite the families we talked to one father who was finally able to see his child when they are the bio there i never imagined they would separate us when i came in they took my biometrics and they told me the president changed
a couple of laws and the kids were going to be separated from us they had told me that someone might have adopted him and that i would not be able to see him again the human rights group amnesty international has condemned the armed forces of the united arab emirates and yemen for what they see as a system of enforced disappearances arbitrary arrests and torture in southern yemen the authors say there are cruel and unlawful practices in u.a.e. run detention centers amnesty is calling on the amorality government to immediately stop the torture and to release the detainees gracious football team is on its way to the first ever world cup final after a thrilling nailbiting two one semifinal win against england in moscow the creation team will now face france in sunday's game. lots more news from if you want it on the website zero dot com tweet me i'll tweet you back i'm happy to doubly one up next on this channel every trial of a dictator daryn is up at the top of the hour by for that.
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anybody know your dualism mccain a fancy name to have but good to be in this all one hundred did they look at it it all sort of a lot is done. to lumber so did enough. did this was a vin is this a did guinness thing is due to this american either you move away or nick or that i'm goes wrong on doing this by the corps long to meet their fans say chemical pharmaceutical have a disease or is it that or. the media you compose your duke nukem this or. one of the very first documents we picked up was the report of a training course in the united states for a number of d.d.'s ages. including some who were listed later as the most feared torturers in chad we see from the entry log
of the d.d.'s the liaison from the us to the d.d.'s was coming in and out of the d.d.s. it would be really hard to say that the us did not know what was going on. yet when it got. shocked when the wind does all up. and wants a confidant of the fisherman. of course we knew about human rights violations. in chad. it was not an issue for us as i said before our main focus was libya. of course we frequently have to help people we who are not very nice to to do our things
but we do not regret anything there it is real politic yes. sevilla put it together sure that's it the issue for all of south sit up and cease . by the mid one nine hundred eighty s. gadhafi had still not withdrawn his troops from northern chad he did not fulfill the agreements that he made with force one eternal tensions were rising between france and libya bader such as it unfair which are always be to see the girl ilario dog you are to elevate the force don't ya don't go she is
bitter the girls are below. is showing respect to the bar. near the city of what he doom the libyans built a two mile long runway to channel weapons and initiate a fresh attack on the country alone met gadhafi once again to try to persuade him to see reason. get their feet or sua sucked off the saucer and then apply this is. and then it would be. and it is. all of you know. what you should you charge and she. did she i. think. it's you who. beasts. what do you do when you.
love yourself or says a lot of this image and they hold all the will not sit on it at this moment and then get it france reiterated their support for it. with operation apell being. at their feet. the french and the americans were now in the same position they had to clamp down on the libyan advance to threaten stability in the region. libyan army was very well outfitted because libya had a lot of oil wealth and the soviet union the top happily provide them with a lot of equipment. so at the same harbor was going to go after that you know he had a good case to make we provided ten stinger missiles under very strict controls
. and they were he wanted. a new reality. this modern equipment allowed. to launch an assault on the probe libyan forces a battle known as the toyota war took place in the vast desert of chant. i had to get out of the. sea and. set in the. new year. is a big deal for the men. the toyota war ended with the taking of what the doom gadhafi stronghold in china. is and how brave in the end destroyed the libyan
armored corps. and killed thousands of libyan troops that would not have happened if there had not been effective french or american cooperation. is very happy he came we had lunch with president reagan and we had a long talk president are convinced. that the relationship between our countries will continue to be strong and productive it was an honor and a great pleasure to have had him here as our guest. think. this is the president. liz it does unique. sherry.
the. largest dish. this in harbor a is the fourth dictator charged with crimes against humanity who was supported by the reagan administration you have a gusto pinochet in chile you have his in harbor in chad you have in haiti you know every oh smaug in guatemala after seven years in power he became obsessed with those he considered internal enemies in chad in one thousand nine hundred nine is an obvious former chief of state interest they'd be led a rebellion against him and his paranoia knew no limits. chaddy ends from the same ethnic background as a dress day be there's a guy became targets in gym ina they were held in a prison called the p.c. in a swimming pool it became
a symbol of oppression as the country was plunged into fear. or left the p.c. prosecutor in a to be seen sank as a m.s. it is if you see it. on the records that you. lost a bridge if you need left the scene i did cause for me when i was three in shock i would just. say come into day i'll buy you. the cd with. the. we're. with. the. long goodbye met the threat is that a ship from a through to or cut the madness on days i've accepted you and that. need don't buy some wonder that you didn't.
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abilities on this in. during the same period two terror attacks find their targets a pan am flight explodes mid flight over lockerbie in scotland the second a french u.t.a. plane explodes in the middle of the sahara desert both attacks bore the hallmarks of colonel gadhafi the united states decided that the libyan leader needed to be eliminated. it's an opened his country to u.s. forces allowing them to pursue their objectives just a few kilometers from and jim ina the cia had secret camps where they trained former libyan prisoners. and issued them but i forgot i will judge it on that with real down watch the media are bali was right there with. all the work. in the deep sea salt or
gold pocket also. i mean i don't know no no no no no. i'm sure please along the journey and we did it on a ball player he saw t. shirt be on the rails. at this i mean i get. it images we. have it is a no brainer i would want to do because when it began. it was a cia operation. a covert operation. the purpose was to infiltrate libya with libyan people who could attack libyan facilities she says her city this is. a book a.f.e. the prison yea and i guess going to get us sit it. on either me.
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a pause he she. only just talking on pleasure. if you don't this you. eaters debbie's relationship this case has always been very complex on the one hand he was his military chief during one of the bloodiest periods of government on the other hand after he broke from his and harbor a many of his best friends and many family members were killed by his and. when you're the authoritarian president of a country. and simple citizens have brought to justice the previous president it's very it's an uncomfortable situation it's a democratic victory that you don't. necessarily want to be encouraging.
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how i once again will no surprises in the weather across the middle east this hot sauce and strong clear skies as per usual a little bit of cloud just into the southeast corner of pakistan maybe one or two showers into beckett's don just around the higher ground here but essentially for most is hot and dry thirty i celsius in tashkent and in tehran forty six celsius there for a bag that present sunshine around the eastern side of the med by rate of around twenty eight degrees in a similar value for jerusalem a little change as we go through the next day also you might see want to see showers just around the black sea and around the caspian sea but otherwise it really is all about the hot sunshine extends its way down across the radium peninsula having caught sa temperatures at around forty three degrees just notice that easterly hint on our winds here certainly humid enough set only in the late afternoon going on into the evenings we will see the humidity picking up over
the next couple of days here enough to across southern parts of the peninsula least through thursday friday maybe not quite as bad but also a little bit of wet weather to southern parts of south africa right over the next dials cloud and rain writing of just making its way across the western cape flats in the southern us ago for friday to the north of that is fine and dry. where were you when this idea popped into it when they're on line it's undoubtedly chief cause of poverty inequality in our society today or if you join the sunset criminal justice system is dysfunctional right now this is a dialogue what does it feel like bring you have to go back for the first time everyone has a voice and allow refugees to be the speakers for a change joining us. on our.
you stand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world. al-jazeera. they took us down to the business of protection rush hour on the summit tries to put the trunk show down behind. low on down jordan this is al jazeera from doha also coming up hitting the back of the drones near its border israel says it's fired missiles into syria. the pressure starting to tell its oil imports as the u.s.
intensified its bid to isolate iraq. i just extra special for croatia nation of just four million. and hence for its first woke up one. nato leaders are gathering again in brussels right now hoping to put the disagreements of day one behind the. new sessions about to begin with ending the war in afghanistan and security concerns in ukraine top of the agenda day one have been dominated by donald trump's demands for higher military spending and sharp criticism of germany well our diplomatic editor james bays joins us live now from brussels so james are world leaders still reeling from donald trump's prickly comments yesterday i think they are because those comments are continuing on twitter when we finally saw the meeting with chancellor merkel it
was more conciliatory language from the president but since then he's been attacking her in germany again on twitter until one am in the morning here in brussels and back on twitter just a few hours later when he woke up tweeting that germany having that pipeline with russia and buying gas was inappropriate when it was relying he said on america's protection and again he's been talking about raising the amount that nato countries spend all their defense there's currently a two percent of gross domestic product that's the aim for all nato countries he wants that lifted to four percent an incredible lift which would mean doubling or tripling the size of most european armies and james what else is on the agenda for today then. well interesting of course that president trump after he goes from here
to the u.k. is going to helsinki to meet glad to be a putin because some of the countries that are somewhat fearful of russia ukraine and georgia are meeting their partner countries of nato and i think they'll be making their case about their concerns about russia and the other thing that's on the agenda is afghanistan now that is a place where the violence continues ever since the u.s. is involvement in two thousand and one there now are about twenty four thousand nato and u.s. troops in afghanistan general john nicholson is about to end his romney's been the longest serving commander in afghanistan and there's talk that the white house with a new commander coming in may start a review of what to do in afghanistan nato says it remains committed in its worth reminding you as president trump complains about nato since two thousand and one
that in about three thousand five hundred u.s. and nato troops have been killed in afghanistan over that number over one thousand one hundred one not americans they were from other nato countries all right james bays there in brussels james thank you well nato may be trying to move on but the comments by donald trump calling germany a captive of russia have caused quite a stir in the u.s. democrats there been calling president trump and then bassman for criticizing key allies a white house correspondent kimberly hellcat has more. as president donald trump chastise u.s. allies in brussels over trade policy and defense spending u.s. lawmakers here in the united states are underscoring their support for the transatlantic alliance in the republican controlled senate as well as the house of representatives the lawmakers there have approved a non-binding measure that affirms support for nato but democrats in both chambers
are going a step further you can donald trump for criticizing allies putting relationships at risk i said drive to the view that we should not be criticizing our president was overseas but let me say a couple of things nato is indispensable i'm very concerned that we have iraq maybe with nato. and then some kind of civil authority maybe. and it works against our people anderson this statement would be. ostriches leave laughable if it were not so serious that germany has stood by our side. given the lines and sacrificed resources for us in. wars that we continue to fight. this kind of reference absolutely despicable now many members of congress believe that president trump is right to point out that some of nato members are not hearing to their security
commitments but at the same time it is the rhetoric that is concerning both democrats and republicans particularly when there is a singling out of a key u.s. ally like germany in fact some democratic members of congress saying that the u.s. president is not only embarrassing the united states calling his behavior a disgrace israel says it's talked to three syrian army positions off the drum crossed into its territory the missiles on. wants them to connect for a province that's near the occupied golan heights where syrian state media says the rockets were intercepted by air defense systems near the town of hadera and caused little damage and more rebel factions in nearby dead province have signed up to a surrender deal with the government groups which are held out in the city will hand over their weapons and be given the option of safe passage to the north of syria let's talk live now to sen she joins us from the lebanese capital beirut zana
so what more can you tell us about these israeli claims they've hit targets inside syria. well the israeli military acknowledging that they were responsible for targeting three syrian army positions in a province overnight saying that it was in retaliation for the entering of a syrian thrown into its airspace a few hours earlier this is not the first incident of its kind there has been cross border violence in the past israel has hit syrian army positions israel has hit what it says are positions belonging to hezbollah in syria as well as iranian targets in syria but the timing of the latest incident is interesting it coincided with israeli prime minister not playing out whose visit to moscow his third in six months syria topping the agenda we know what israel wants israel wants russia to rein in iran it doesn't want iran to have a base in syria once the runyon troops to leave syria all together it's not clear if russia is able or willing to do that but what is clear is that there is some
sort of an agreement to keep iranian troops and iranian backed troops away from the israeli occupied golan heights border and the timing is interesting why because the syrian army is gearing up for an offensive to retake rebel controlled areas near is our borders so so far it seems that israel is ready to accept the return of syrian army troops along the border with the golan heights but on one condition and that is they need to respect the buffer zone the demilitarized zone in the area but clearly the issue of iranian presence in syria has not been solved at least for the israeli side i'm saying that just bring us up to date now with the latest on the fighting in. well much of their off province is now in the hands of the governments many rebel factions have surrendered over recent days handing over their heavy weapons and what we've seen is either russian military police entering these towns and villages or the syrian or syrian government forces but there is
a pocket of territory in the western countryside under the control of i still it is along jordan's border and close to the occupied golan heights there is an attempt now by the syrian government to reclaim that enclave but what we believe is that there are thirty thousand people who are trapped there it's not clear if they can't leave because of the fighting or if i still is holding them as human shields but according to the united nations ten thousand people have already fled the area causing even more displacement in this corner of syria so the syrian army gearing up for yet another offensive in this corner of syria trying to reclaim that eisel pocket but for now i still has been the one on the offensive we understand that they have taken ground outside their pocket of territory so i don't think you. some of the wrongs biggest oil customers appear to be succumbing to u.s. pressure after withdrawing from the twenty fifty nuclear deal president trump has been urging importance of iranian oil to find alternatives and there are now signs
many cutting bug reports. iran exported little more than a million barrels of oil a day before the nuclear deal and its top four customers were in asia nucleus sanctions were lifted iranian exports have now more than doubled but these four asian nations still consume a big share that goes some way to explaining the significance of reports that india japan and even south korea are heeding the u.s. demand to stop importing iranian oil and why iran is now threatening to block the strait of hormuz the vital seaway for the world's number one or oil exporter saudi arabia as well as around other oil producing rivals in the gulf. donald trump with the truth from the iran nuclear deal two months ago we will not allow regime the chance death to america to gain access to the most deadly weapons on earth he warned countries to halt iranian oil imports by november when new sanctions
start and threatened u.s. financial restrictions that could make accessing crude oil even more difficult u.s. allies in asia and heaven to consider their close ties with the u.s. against the need for a reliable flow of oil financial experts reuters and bloomberg was civis is quote shipping and industry sources who say asian countries are being swayed by trump's thrifts the sources report india's oil imports from iran slowed by almost sixteen percent in june some oil refineries in india and in japan have began scouting alternative supply is and september oil cargos from iran to japan could be the last south korea has already made cuts of thirty percent but iran's a number one customer china is locked in in trade war with the us china says it won't comply with u.s.
sanctions on iran but i. others will be looking for a new supply is an opiate resolution last month championed by a u.s. ally saudi arabia allows oil producing nations to boost production ensuring countries in the middle east at least are ready to make up the iranian oil shortfall which brings us back to iran and its threats to block the strait of hormuz it could account for an apparent softening of the u.s. stance on iran this week speaking from the united arab emirates secretary of state mike pompei or signaled the possibility of sanctions exemptions saying the u.s. is open to requests for the tough u.s. midges due to start in november to be way.