tv Inside Story 2018 Ep 321 Al Jazeera November 18, 2018 2:32pm-3:01pm +03
coast guard say that they are doing their maximum to cooperate with europe and the search and rescue operations but they insist that having n.g.o.s vessels operating off the coast restricts their ability to properly do their jobs including targeting migrant traffickers. connel masood. is from the coast
guard operation center in tripoli where incoming distress calls a handled he told us of his unit's involvement in operation sophia a joint project with the e.u. to identify and capture vessels being used by migrant smugglers disrupting their business model. a miniature via. how to live well. beyond the a billion barrels in the media. which is a. movie i just saw with the you have a command to fire my job will be mirrored. in the mob. rule of the. how the.
after the twenty eleven revolution in libya ninety percent of its navy was destroyed and twenty thirteen the authorities in tripoli sent the few boats they had left to italy for a patent because of continued instability in libya the vessels went returned until march twenty seventeen the full patrol boats
the coast guard and now using a rescue operations. with the return of its patrol boats the libyan coast guards became more involved in rescue operations but this also brought them into confrontation with the ngos one of the most recent clashes came on march twenty eighth and valving a vessel operated by proactive openoffice a team of journalists from a catamaran you speak to were on board at the time the incident began when the maritime rescue coordination center in rome passed on the location of the sinking
vessel to both the libyans and the spanish and geo local command of the operation was given to the coast guards but fast inflatable rubber boats from the open arms got to the scene first they quickly began a rescue mission but then the libyan patrol arrived on a mattress got out of the crowd. of people. that read whatever. i quickly because i don't have i don't i don't have a. problem ok let me go back. from right now he's going to fight. that he wants to talk with you. look at us there's a lot of us.
i understand that my god my we just coming to me. but when the open arms boats began to comply the rest of the migrants in the sinking dinghy started jumping into the water to avoid being rescued by the libyan coast guards who would return them to tripoli. the. dog you will you go boy if he. was you or. walking you should wish we showed the footage and asked him about the death threats issued by one of the boats under his command. so
how. much should another move them because of so the canonical kind of tonight good luck. with that and how we're going to. have so. zimmer in the battle of god that militant god had. some real should then when mohammed had to say what. man has to say what he ate and feed what he made him yeah real look let me above the man come up above to go who are least a sort of who are thought we will cover that was really near. to being one thought a little carnal i have a hard. later kunle bush told us he regretted the threats had been made against the open arms vessel but said that the n.g.o.s do not have access to the intelligence information available to the coast guard he said the sinking dinghy contained people the authorities needed to question. the incident had serious consequences
for the ngo the coast guard left the scene and open arms were allowed to take all the migrants on board the authorities in rome then directed the vessel to approach in sicily where the rescued people could be disembarked. but when they arrived the ship was seized and the captain and the head of mission accused of people trafficking risking a fifteen year present. in late september twenty eight hundred we witnessed another confrontation this time from the libyan perspective we were with the coast guard patrol when a migrant boat in jeopardy was found by kerry's two cartney one of the few n.g.o.s vessels operating in the central mediterranean. the commander of the coast guard patrol also the n.g.o.s all to withdraw to five nautical miles from the target when the enjoy a vessel did not follow the orders the country reacted. quite right
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a live at the houses so often. you shake not the old one that is a quiet a still be enough of a move to the. libyan coast guards also see clary's two to leave the area but then another rubber boat with a round hundred migrants some buddha was spotted by an italian military plane it was sinking the plane dropped inflatable life rafts to keep the boat afloat and pass the nucleation to both the libyans and decrease to. this time the coast guards called that fast the migrants would. taken back to libya. and you say that returning migrants to libya exposes them to huge risks of rape torture and slavery are anonymous people trust
a great. but it's not possible for me to work for c. i want for some. money and the reason. i'm anybody come to him is reform and. when we signed up for him. i got no freedom of grooming so i got a good twenty. because i need my money. i need my conform. but i do use. to be doing my duty and steve. you might get bruising due to cultural. on things like do. what you want trying to be smaller for a long piece together for the better of. the americans deep dark forest against lived our forefathers intraday want to. choose not to be gone the coast guards told us that they had been surprised to find many libyans aboard
the boat they rescued in late september but perhaps they should not have been an outbreak of fighting that month between rival militias in tripoli but the country was becoming ever more dangerous with it also becoming more difficult to make the crossing to europe people were trying to get out while they still had a chance. of those the coast guards took back to libya some would soon be doing whatever they could to raise money for another attempt. on the one who was she didn't know. what to do foster is being killed is frustration. only modules . for adults is the fastest means of argument money to cross you want to. see shouldn't. you be almost destroyed so do the usual. you tours of god you don't want to shock people decide that you knew. how many are.
money your blood stream of photos from those use. to go through this of all future. european governments and the libyan authorities that concentrate first and foremost on the terrorists and limiting migrant numbers may have different priorities from n.g.o.s that have purely humanitarian aid but also say they want to save lives and so it is difficult to fully understand why they cannot work more. to be together. for as long as there is war and poverty and africa and the middle east to free from migrants will try to reach europe from across the mediterranean. if something goes wrong and their lives are at risk and dangerous seas then surely someone should always be there to help them. but right now all the participants in this complex narrative seem to be diverging rather than coming together. well i always thought i mean you got to focus on pushing the horn when i
am in libya woman so often the folk. she thought was a huge shock to me that i can assure that i'm going to the militia with it now by stopping people and i mean you don't want to double up for them and get on with me without you you know if you're going to go nuclear would you wouldn't it. excluded and on tour attack. communities up paying the price of nationalism in a country but war with it so. people in power investigates the some crimes at the hands of far right groups.
ukraine room of repression are now just zero. it's the fos day of school in bob an elementary school in mosul. this school is a military base firing rocket propelled grenades on multiples of nearby and out at falsus. most helpful than what it is like to be in school up to three years old war . six year old sala that was house of survived on as like his home and almost wiped out his entire family he now lives in the popular destroyed house with his father and grandfather. solace while the profess his son for the first day in school is hopeful making new friends would hope is that a company. across china millions of cameras are watching citizens every move and scoring their behavior one east investigates china's surveillance crackdown. on
al-jazeera. counting the cost the breaks it endgame there's a complicated draft deal on the table we'll break it down and tell you what it means for people living in the u.k. and the e.u. plus why saudi arabia wants to slam the brakes on oil production. counting the cost on al-jazeera. with a look at the headlines here now dizzier the us government is expected to give its conclusion on who killed in the next two days that's according to president trump who says he's awaiting a final report earlier a number of media outlets said the cia believes saudi crown prince mohammed bin
ordered the journalists killing called that premise the u.s. state department too says it hasn't reached a conclusion. with more from washington d.c. . while touring the devastation caused by the california wildfires donald trump claimed the cia had not assessed anything yet that it was too early but that a judgment would come soon we're going to come up with a report as to what we think the overall impact was and who caused it and who did it the state department earlier released this statement recent reports indicating that the u.s. government has made a final conclusion are inaccurate they remain numerous unanswered questions with respect to the murder of mr chaudry the state department will continue to seek all relevant facts and we will do that while maintaining the important strategic relationship between the united states and saudi arabia but according to several reports not only has the cia reached a conclusion it has high confidence in its assessment but because it was killed by
order of the saudi crown prince the cia reached out assessment having examined communication intercepts and analyzing the power structure of saudi arabia but there's still no direct evidence confirming mohamed bin salman ordered the hits and that may be all the leeway the president needs to avoid reaching the same definitive conclusion congressional leaders have been briefed by the cia some members of congress are demanding action me senator richard blumenthal tweeted this trump must accept for once his intelligence experts in controverted will conclusion crown prince m.b.'s is culpable for casualties monstrous murder this brazen killing must have consequences sanctions prosecution removal of m.p.'s and others not continued cover up enabled by trump and the president is not willing to take those decisions the congress of the united states when it comes back. and reconvenes in washington will take decisions itself and the president might not like those
decisions so he'd better get out in front of this oncoming train according to reports even the cia accepts that mohamed bin salmond's position is secure but there are suggestions that the u.s. may attempt to use evidence of a. crown prince's culpability in casualties murder as leverage on yemen the blockade of carter or the incarceration of dissidents even as some in congress see the murder of democracy as a moment to reevaluate the entire relationship between saudi arabia and the us others see it more as an opportunity to clip the wings of a volatile crown prince while still relying on him to advance the trumpet ministrations agenda in the middle east she overturns the older zero washington age the saudi led military coalition has resumed airstrikes against yemen's who three rebels in the port city of her data the un says the war has pushed some eight point four million people to the brink of starvation the death toll from wildfires in northern california has risen to seventy six nearly thirteen hundred remain
unaccounted for the fires are the worst to hit the state in a century almost three thousand migrants who are at mexico's border with california say they don't feel welcome in the city of tijuana most of them are staying at a local sports complex sleeping outdoors on a baseball field thousands are escaping violence and poverty hoping to gain asylum in the u.s. in france a protester is been killed and more than two hundred injured during demonstrations against the rising cost of fuel prices have risen twenty percent since the start of the year. tens of thousands of czechs have taken to the streets of prague demanding the prime minister resign and faces charges he misused european union funds a decade ago he faced more pressure this week after his son revealed he had been in
a web documentary fall jazzier about female genital mutilation that i realize how deeply rooted it is in many cultures including my own. i have family and friends who have been through it but it's not something you talk about. as a child i attended a close relatives gathering after she was caught. it was then that i wanted. to my relief my mother told me that she chose not to. when i think about the severe health risks involved in f. g. m. i can't help but wonder. why does this practice continue in so many countries. and what would it take for to start with and i love all the women and what and how do some manage to change my own health attitudes towards cutting while still preserving their own culture. you know and then there are more personal
questions like whether my mother has been cut it. i've never asked or. i'm determined to find out more about the different reasons why f. jam continues and to understand better what's needed to end it. i've come to somaliland because together with the rest of somalia it has the highest rate of female genital mutilation in the world. is banned in most countries but here it's still legal. in somaliland children mostly caught between the ages of six and eight.
after come to the afghan survey gaither the capital to meet a traditional cutter. of the world are known as being cutting girls for over forty years around twenty five a day attack peak. how many girls have you got what you look about and what type of cuts have you performed on the girls. couldn't father why entire leg in a three year. with an. endless italy good new chorus. done by the. sub that allows so a good year for only. now kids so know why entire this week so little of say hey i have a little son tagg. new russia has me the most common cotton
somaliland the chorus the most severe foreign ikhwan. what do you do this for cole how does that rock a shelf and. so you put it in the classroom. because . you don't use the knife to my. house so i. tell you how the war on his i don't. want to look or. just throw. so hard and so i can so and i can you show me how do you determine. how big the hole should be that you leave. this is how big the opening is only this but well good luck once and you're supposed to urinate from the earth when you're a teenager mr asian go through this whole.
yeah over ninety percent of girls in somaliland are cut by traditional coaches. unlike neuro most have no medical training. most girls and women here have had the for rooney and i want to know the consequences and. i'm a bit the senior midwife at the local hospital ground you have a very beautiful thank you very much she was born in somalia with move to freedom as a result of the civil war. the night tonight and i i decided to come back to move something for my son people because i most needed here how have you been involved in the fight against their. cases which will help those who have fibro fibro to say too much. which is which form is the collective blood.
the blood if the species theory small the minister. or if the mantle in the ghetto gets them in a station there will be something left to disinform. this becomes bigger people who see this she has. a baby in her stomach so the doctor takes out this and the girl will be ok. i'm going to help from the megan maternity hospital in hargeisa. i want to live it was priceless we're going to see her so. two days a week of counselors coming out educational outreach work in the community. or have a love affair on a little boy or. a lawyer. or from the. demi
were you given and of them. believe that this was a lie lie lie. lie lie. there how how do you know you mature and i mean. that's what i really actually got and. what i was going to sell. so you know. the so doing that how do is. to want to discuss her house worries with the counselors. she's eighteen and pregnant with her first child she'd have the fur on a cut. in interest into one a while later like the american.