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tv   The Stream 2018 Ep 185  Al Jazeera  November 19, 2018 10:32pm-11:00pm +03

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inside more than a thousand central american asylum seekers are anxiously waiting to see what happens next. as long as they brought this peacefully nothing will happen and we will ignore them this six year old boy said he was terrified although when the remodel began he says he's good not bad like the protestors think inside the protected gates families hunker down during the violence would reach them as me because they stayed close to her daughter and those i'm up on aren't here to offend anyone we're here asking for asylum for a better life. as children ignorant of the tension played some adults try to distract themselves too they'll be here for weeks or perhaps months waiting and hoping to avoid violence. castro al-jazeera t.v. want to mexico police in haiti say that at least six people have been killed in protests in the capital port au prince they're angry over the disappearance of
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billions of dollars linked to a public all assistance program sponsored by venezuela an investigation revealed that at least fourteen former government officials were involved in the misuse of some three point eight billion dollars. in northern california the search for human remains has been stepped up in the aftermath of devastating wildfires seventy seven people are confirmed dead but still around one thousand people remain missing as kristen salumi discovered the city of chico is struggling to accommodate an influx of evacuees. evacuees from the wildfires take solace in some music in the company of newfound friends but their retreat to a church shelter has brought new challenges an outbreak of norovirus and other gastrointestinal problems i threw up for three days in. my parents for three days i was sick. about thirty people fell
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sick in this shelter alone they were moved into isolation to prevent the disease from spreading a challenge in such close quarters most of the people staying here are elderly and many have preexisting conditions only exacerbated by the trauma going to be a lot of post-traumatic stress disorder i suspect and it may not be full blown p.t.s.d. but it may be. just folks with nightmares maybe a lot of sadness irritability people trouble sleeping that's really call me after this type of disaster smoke from the massive wildfires now blankets much of northern california leading to some of the worst air quality in the world and concerns of short and long term respiratory ailments an army of volunteers has come together to help with the influx of tens of thousands of evacuees in addition to shelter they're providing food and clothing not to mention medical assistance from local doctors and nurses but with more than twelve thousand structures lost in the
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wildfires concerns remain about long term accommodations jobs and medical care the median income in the devastated area of butte county is less than half of that of the state the federal emergency management agency has begun taking applications for housing assistance but local officials say there isn't enough housing stock available paradise where our neighbors so we've all kind of been together housing wise though we're not prepared to take on twenty five thousand to thirty thousand more people so far community support remains strong they are not we. we need to we're have somewhere in the region is getting better and but volunteers and evacuees say ultimately they'll have to rely on government for. long term help not a wing and a prayer christian salumi al jazeera chico california a rainbow after the rain that's how china's president xi jinping is describing his
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forthcoming tour of the philippines he'll be the first chinese leaders a visit in thirteen years but some analysts say that it could come at the expense of those territorial disputes in the south china sea. reports. many filipinos see the recent association of southeast asian form in singapore as a missed opportunity and they're blaming the sleeping habits of president three go to tear to him at least five events at the summit because his spokesman says the president needed to take power naps the seventy three year old leader also this missed the importance of a meeting with this chilean diplomats. in the us then it was an informal and i don't eat breakfast what do you think they will serve during. the. remarks like that angered many here who say the philippines is already
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damaging relationships with the regional allies for a work on the code of conduct between china and is expected to lay the ground rules for navigation and exploration in disputed waters but the president says there's not much that can be done because he says the south china sea is now in china's recession. this week's visit by china's president is another reason to worry analysts although it may be laughable but for the chinese they will look at that and they will see that as a fundamental weakness within our capacity to resist them so they will be very condescending with us they will soon open agreements and so on so forth but it's how they look at you know a nation that just wants money. governments at leaders this miss that saying she didn't things visit is aimed at strengthening economic ties with hopes of securing more chinese loans to fund infrastructure projects. other more secret deals such as
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the maritime research agreement between philippines and china are worrying because of the lack of public scrutiny especially after the philippines won its case at an international tribunal two years ago about a territorial dispute in the south china sea china is still an adverse claimant to much of the west philippine sea because horse aside from its sheer size economic and the. minute that in the. us the ones three. it based on winning the compromise when he was sworn into office had to promise to pursue an independent foreign policy moving away from long standing ally the united states and building closer relations with china and russia two years on and some over here are wondering whether to tear to really wants more independence or is capitulating
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to china. dog and al-jazeera manila just ahead here and he will be here with all the sports in pakistan to produce one of the closest test match finishes if history will be right.
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well i guess the sport is on me thank you so much agent the netherlands county completes a huge turnaround in the international fortunes lights this monday they need just a draw against germany to claim the fourth and final spots in next year's european nations league finals points in germany would seem about secure top spots in that
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group and progress as a head of world champions france germany for life already being relegated the netherlands failed to qualify for the last world cup i am twenty sixteen european championships that's the past i think we we need to look forwards. we have big talents in all and coming through to the system i think we have a could balance in the team at the moment and. the players are working are doing everything to get good results and i think we're on the good way well on sunday england see once you reach the last four as well the results means england finish top of the group ahead of spain world cup runners up croatia are relegated. the most pleasing thing of all for me is the connection with the fans because i heard wembley like that for years and. we've given our supporters some really memorable days and nights this year and we want to continue that and build on that because
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the energy that came back to detain in those difficult moments helped us to get over the line today switzerland and portugal are the other qualifiers switzerland needed to beat belgium by to play goals to progress they went down but hit back to win five series european champions porch co-host next year's all saints ornament in june now new zealand cricketers are pulled off an unlikely win against pakistan and one of the closest finishes in test cricket history they want in abu dhabi by just four runs pakistan were within forty one runs a victory they had six wickets in hand and then the collapse began started with that running mix up that saw barbara's son departing using a deadly sin and you know how to live like it's as pakistan why would it they were bowled out for one hundred seventy and they're really proud of the narrative victory and their trees history. i want to says rising star also finished the season on a hot vera of one the a.t.p.
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finals against five time champion of a joke of it lee harvey reports i this was the biggest wind up twenty one year old alexander's baird's courier so far the german beating world number one novak djokovic to win the a.t.p. finals first of all i want to congratulate no luck on the winner great week again and not only to say it but you know how you play the second hour of this year we maybe never seen it before i mean you barely lost a match i'm actually very thankful you lost one to me today so i know. djokovic was struggling from the start losing the first set six four he kept crumbling for the rest of the match. vera was there to capitalize on his every mistake. djokovic started the year outside of the world's top twenty with a debilitating elbow injury he then came back to win wimbledon and the u.s.
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open and will finish this year as the world's top ranked player i. just but in this final the german outperformed the serb in every way having never made it beyond the quarter finals in a grand slam vera one the second set six three with the end of my hand and with it the title we were actually says i shall come to you and to your team. and we definitely played much better than that you have in the group stage. and you deserved to win obviously well done you are still quite young but you had amazing career so far and i was still the best i've had it for for your future the age difference of the players was as noticeable as the sport joke about she is thirty one ten years older than spared the german was also the youngest finalist in nine years a guiding light for the next generation in sport we harding al-jazeera. well more problems for defending n.b.a. champions the golden state warriors they lost to the sun on sunday or spurs that is
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their third straight defeats kevin durant's convinced always team can get out of this slump nobody's confident we've been through stuff like this before and. you know we just try to try to push through it i mean it's still early in a season force and we've got guys that still learn how to play our system learn especially now you know having two main. guys it's been in and do a better job i think guys are picking it up pretty fast and which is struggle but shouldn't basketball. but i buy splash really hard. in washington the visiting paul in trouble as has been the wizards on sunday then you know a lot scored forty points as the trouble is this falls off a late rally rather was is to seal this one thousand nine hundred one and victory and that's not the two game losing streak. now origin sign football icon the i got married on is well known for his eccentric behavior off the pictures his abilities as a player or coach and he started doing his best to build team spirit and his life his
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cop. well now manages a mexican seemed eros and led the post's much celebrations after the late sis victory his team are into the semifinals of mexico's second say playoffs and they are in sight of promotion it's the country's top league. ok that is how you sports is looking for now at the many thanks indeed that's it for the news hour i'll be back with more of the day's news in just a few votes see about. a rite of passage preserved through the generation may cousin was laying down there until a screaming she was helpless the woman have to endure as it goes through faculty of pain for one that menai meets the women affected by s.g.m. and those reshaping perception do you think people will abandon this eventually but
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didn't take al-jazeera correspondent as the kind. when the breaks and the story buildings the fight against isis is still continuing in the desert when people need to be hurt. and the story needs to be told by families and their status and wealth has benefited from their trust and save people al-jazeera has teams on the ground to bring you more award winning documentaries and live news on air and online. china has a serious shortage of women and a lot of. one on one east meets those desperately seeking love anyway they carry on al-jazeera. and lives in fear constantly looking over her shoulder she says she was threatened by armed men as
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they ransacked a home she knows who ordered the attack and why they want to develop on her community and as you know we can't let the men to mediate us we need to continue they can kill me i'm afraid of being killed i need to defend my people who have been here since fifteen sixty nine without any help from the government and now they want to destroy the forest that is part of. land ownership in brazil is among the most concentrated and unequal in the world those who ordered the intimidation the murders are rarely brought to justice. saudi king solomon speaks publicly for the first time since the death of jamal khashoggi. clearly this is a wrecking ball widening political divisions in the us republican party over the
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house. and what action to take against saudi arabia. hello i'm adrian from again this is al jazeera life and also coming up on the arrest the chairman of. is accused of misconduct and could be sacked. a crucial week for britain's prime minister to resign may over briggs it is her opponents say they have nearly enough votes to trigger a leadership challenge. saudi arabia's king solomon has made his first public comments since the murder of the journalist last month he used his speech to the kingdom's shura council to praise the saudi justice system which is investigating the murder without mentioning him by name he also discussed the wars in syria and yemen.
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the kingdom was established on the principles of justice and that's why we have all the trust not judiciary and that they would do the necessary to establish the truth and justice in the kingdom of also ensure that no penalties go unpunished. is director of the gulf studies center at castle university he believes that the saudi arabian leadership is waiting for president donald trump to speak on tuesday only affair before making a more detailed statement of its own. they have ordered the facing a serious pressure because of the cia leaking now the sort of expectation or the sort of waiting what is what will be the final position of a trump i think they don't want today thought it was a light anything concerning this would show them they are still sort of weaknesses of that position they want to show the world that this issue you know is not a methodist matter to us that either matters important to us the best scenario the
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best or not even if the president decided not to you know to deny what the cia said so that it will be under severe pressure from from national community and i think that their role respect to the use so that it be used to enjoy would be affected by the order to effect that actually what would be affected by the by what from would say tomorrow on the matter of jamal khashoggi is causing deep divisions at the top of the us republican party there are differing opinions about what action to take against saudi crown prince mohammed bin solomon us media reports say that the cia has identified him as ordering the killing but president donald trump says such a conclusion is a premature he's also said that he won't listen to the audiotapes of them because the content is too graphic also in jordan reports from washington i did not know for the first time u.s. president donald trump says when he knows exactly what's in the audiotape surrounding the death of the saudi journalist jamal khashoggi it's a suffering tape it's
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a terrible tape i've been fully briefed on it there's no reason for me to hear it in fact i said to the people should i said you really shouldn't there's no reason i know exactly i know everything that went all the time and when that happened and what happened to trump revealed this information during an interview he taped on friday the same day that several newspapers reported that according to the cia because she was killed on orders of the saudi crown prince mohammed bin salim on position during the interview and the white house's position now it's still too soon to say who ordered the shot. she's murdered i don't know you know who can really know what if the crown prince speaking to you the president of the united states directly lied to you a lot that he told me that he had nothing to do with it he told me that i would say maybe five times in the last two years trump and his son in law jarrett cushion or had grown close to the crown prince they see him as key to their goal of isolating iran into promoting u.s. economic growth but on capitol hill the idea that mohamed bin solomon is
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a friend of the u.s. is dying i'm going to do whatever i can to place blame where i believe it lies i'm a put it at the feet of the crown prince who has been a destructive force in the middle east embargoed guider without telling anybody of this war and humans got completely out of control they put the prime minister of lebanon under house arrest is clearly this guy's a wrecking ball some in congress say trump's long running hatred of the intelligence community is keeping him from doing the right thing the president needs to listen to what our intelligence committee has to say what our best professionals assessment is and it's vitally important that this administration not allow itself to become part of any saudi coverup and while the u.s. has imposed sanctions on seventeen saudi officials others in congress are pushing for much tougher punishment we need to punish who ordered this who's in charge and really the only thing they understand over there is strength already there are two
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efforts underway in congress to block arms sales to the saudis not just to end the civil war in yemen but also to send a message to the white house it won't be allowed to ignore the indefensible rosalyn jordan al-jazeera washington live out of washington the white house correspondent kelly how could complete how long can the president continue to ignore voices like those of lindsey graham and rand paul. well typically often the strategy in washington is to kind of try and deny that there's a problem and hope it goes away but this is not in a case where that is going to be possible we see the president trying to play both sides we have the public statements from his vice president has from the state department saying in fact that the murder was an atrocity that the united states will hold all those accountable but in the next breath saying that there is the importance also of maintaining the strategic relationship but the u.s.
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congress sees it very differently sees this as a tipping point in the u.s. saudi relationship and is pressing further than we've ever seen it go before really going back to the one nine hundred thirty three or when the diplomatic relations between the two countries were established for the longest time the united states has been turning a blind eye to human rights violations to other concerns within saudi arabia as long as the oil kept flowing but this seems to be something much different now we see two active efforts on the part of members of congress to is beginning as early as next week to take legislation to not only end support in terms of the arms sales for offensive measures but also to pull back on the support for that saudi led coalition in yemen so this is striking because what we're seeing on the one hand is the u.s. congress coming out very strongly flexing its my the power that it's given under
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the u.s. constitution to check the white house and the problem is in all of this is that while there is legislation moving forward in congress it does still require the president's signature but given the overwhelming bipartisan nature of these legislative efforts it seems hard for the president to refuse to sign any legislation passed overwhelmingly by both republicans as well as democrats who say that who's going to blink first i mean you know the president seems to be. fairly unequivocal about about about his his view on what he does these these two waiting to see he's playing for time. well i think we're all in washington waiting to see the world is watching waiting to see the president has given his own sort of self-imposed deadline of he said monday or tuesday we have to be careful with some of these deadlines because the president speaks very. he's very flexible in some of his deadlines to say the least so we're watching very carefully we have to keep in
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mind there is a holiday at the end of this week the american thanksgiving holiday the president will be traveling to florida for that on tuesday he does have an intelligence briefing today his daily intelligence briefing that he has every day he's also meeting with the vice president so we're actively awaiting that report that he has promised that follows up and give some sort of insight into the conclusions that the administration has made following the briefing of the cia director gina haskell when she traveled over to turkey met with her counterparts there they have also been in consultation with saudi officials as they continue to do their own investigations but at the same time it doesn't appear that there is going to be a lot of wiggle room on the part of congress they feel right now that the u.s. administration is playing both sides and there seems to be this attempt very strongly by the congress to make sure that when the u.s. administration the trump administration says it will hold the highest levels of the saudi government accountable they want that to include mohamed bin selman the crown
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prince that they firmly believe ordered this killing and what u.s. intelligence also points to white house correspondent kimberly how could lives in washington can be many things. germany is taking action against people suspected of killing jamal i'm sure it will impose travel bans on eighteen saudi arabians that means they would be allowed to and to germany or europe's board of free. now yemen's government has confirmed that it will attend a un backed talks in sweden later this month to end the war at the same time the rebels a stopping drone of missile attacks against saudi arabia the u.a.e. and their yemeni allies the booth is say that they are ready for a broader ceasefire if the coalition quote wants peace rob patterson reports. these are the kind of attacks the who thinks say will end ballistic missiles fired into saudi arabia from across the southern border in. mohammad ali all who think
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president of the who the revolutionary committee says we are known so initiative by calling upon the yemeni official authorities to stop the launching of missiles and drones on the us saudi emirate r.t. aggressor countries and their allies in yemen in order to stop any justification for their continued aggression or c. while preparing to freeze and stop military operations on all fronts to reach a just and on arrival peace if they really want to peace for the people of yemen after we started using missile attacks and we started to target saudi forces near the border saudi arabia is now portraying its aggression on yemen as if it is just a response to our missile and border attacks therefore today steep ams to once again clarify our position we also announce that we are ready to stop all operations at all fronts to show the world who was doing what and to give peace a chance we want to prove to the world that we want peace but who the rebels are
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still preparing to battle in a vital port city of her data even though pro-government forces say they've temporarily halted the fighting there ahead of peace negotiations in sweden and to allow in humanitarian aid there are suspicions the saudi led coalition will ignore the who these offer to end missile attacks that well you want to. give it a chance to this. i want peace in your mind i can do that so i will actually accept it because many times you had similar peace plan and still this eight and it's not like x. it was. yemenis are facing starvation the threat from disease grows all the time thousands of lives could be say. if both sides agree to a cease fire rob matheson. one of the world's most powerful motor industry bosses has been.

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