tv Sykes- Picot Lines In The Sand 2016 Ep 2 Al Jazeera November 30, 2018 11:00pm-12:01am +03
from the new radiation center of the world for a new sure. it'll . hello i'm maryam namazie and london just a quick roundup of the top stories now the g. twenty summit of the world's top economies is underway in argentina it's supposed to be about trade and climate change but the orchid presence of saudi crown prince bonnet and sound man has overshadowed the event after the killing of jamal khashoggi. reports now from buenos aires. the world's most powerful leaders gathered. argentina's president. greeted each one of them to be won over to us we have the obligation to show the world that global
challenges have global solutions work climate change we can't resolve them alone. there are several issues overshadowing the event like the presence of saudi crown prince mohammed bin salomon and his suspected role in the killing of a saudi journalist jamal khashoggi at the family photo the crown prince was standing in the back row off to the side he seemed isolated from the other leaders apart from a quick handshake from the head of the international development bank but later he received a warm handshake from russian president. boring leaders like france's and grown conveyed a strong message to be inside man and insisted on international experts being part of the investigation into these murder then there's the trade issue not only the ongoing commercial standoff between the united states and china but also the signing of a revised commercial agreement to replace nafta mexico and canada have so far been
resistant to donald trump's protectionist measures but there was some progress as i said the task isn't done there is more hard work ahead to build resilient strong economies that support families everywhere in canada make no mistake we will stand up for our workers and fight for their families and their communities. and ronald it's all the more reason why we need to keep working to remove the tariffs on steel and aluminum between our countries the summit is a historic event for argentina and a chance for president. who is struggling with double digit inflation and recession donald trump promised the investment to argentina so desperately needs we've known each other a little while we talked about lots of good things for argentina for the united states including trade and putting military surges but the thing is but we have a lot to talk a little bit all the time so that they may be five percent is. finding consensus on
issues like climate change trade on my ration is the summit biggest challenge especially when some of its members like donald trump are skeptical about many of the issues being discussed for many that make it more difficult for big breakthroughs that will benefit g. twenty nations in general and the rest of the world but if i will just see that when a site is well away from the summit center demonstrators have been rallying in protest at the g. twenty economic policies the protesters are unlikely to get anywhere any of the leaders as police have cordoned off a twelve square could only to area around the convention center ukraine is banned russian men between the ages of sixteen and sixteen from entering the country for a month ukrainian president petro poroshenko says the ban will help stop the formation of what he describes as private armies and ukraine says a working alongside moscow backed rebels in the border area ukraine impose martial law in a number of provinces for thirty days after russia's seized three ukrainian ships
and twenty four sailors on sunday russia says that it will not retaliate with reciprocal new moves. mystere talking about retaliation is just terrifying because if anyone tries to retaliate to what's happening in kiev now it could lead to a crazy situation if we're talking about this on a national scale then quite simply it could lead to a meltdown. or some news from syria's state media saying that thirty people have been killed in u.s. led coalition as strikes targeting i say on a dare is or most of the victims in the town of face said to be women and children on thursday nearly twenty people and some i still find as were killed in a coalition strike on a prison in the same area. you're up to date with the headlines coming up next on al-jazeera cites peacoat lines in the sand.
between november nine hundred fifteen and main one nine hundred sixteen britain and france agreed a secret deal for dividing the ottoman empire to the european allies when the first world war and so. now we can draw. a young british politician sir mark sykes and the french lawyer turned diplomats. drew borders that best suited their own interests the psychs pekoe agreements. it's
cut across a separate deal the british had already made with sharif a saint of mecca to support him in creating a hashemites arab kingdom in return for his leading to an arab revolt against autumn and. the south of anatolia eastern turkey and the syrian coast down to beirut were put under direct french control while basra and baghdad were placed under direct british control. mosul and damascus were under french protection and called area a the rest of mesopotamia and the southern levant were put under british protection and called area b. . jerusalem was designated as an international zone. but soon. after the deal was struck some voices in london began expressing dissatisfaction with what britain had agreed in the secret negotiations. hadn't
been found. in. part as to what i thought we were just see there figure general hoar. had but if you were feeling lost and. given a. big enough of us you could have a. few hundred. had you hold the year before of well if we cannot have palestina my government was certainly not allow britain to control my government would take the same view. could not agree over the future of palestine when they did their deal at the end of nineteen fifty and they agreed it would have an international ministration but neither side light as a an outcome and the british didn't like him but to kill or because it left the east bank of the su is now exposed to an administration that could be governed by
who knows who. so the british immediately start to think of a way to get round the sights pito agreement so the facts almost immediately before the ink of because signature is dry. talking to the zionists. visit ionise to movement grew up in the late nineteenth century with the ultimate aim of establishing a jewish homeland in palestine. the jewish lobby was growing in britain and the british government took its aim seriously. the british might also use the port for the jews to persuade the american government which included several jewish figures to join the war or. other factors may also have been at play the zionist movement itself and its leader high invites. were political zionists
and their aim from the very beginning the ultimate aim was an independent jewish state in palestine there in these early days they didn't say that because if you've only evoked hostility to the project but it but i forgot that from wish. not i thought i'd see you be full had. a fifth also you know john i know you hold your core to. grieve and you are going to would feel so you death of traffic both on. amount of eric or not but their make were no results of a year for us and no hope for us the inference in the last minute it couldn't have met his likes because we've got to bottom out of. the long push ahead of you new year let's start off with off on the out how to fix. on the second of november
nineteenth seventeen the british foreign secretary sir arthur belfour ruutu the leading jewish figure walter roth's child to say that his government viewed with favor the establishment in palestine of a national home for the jewish people and would use their best endeavors to facilitate the chief meant of this project. a month before the balfour declaration the new bolshevik government in russia following the revolution had made public the details of the site's pekoe agreement as it sought to distance itself from decisions made by its sorry predecessors. for fatherhood. for cutler a folder can have more idea only a limited a or more ideally year. or so her. father had. it to fuck up.
to fuck up i live in. a shawl believe. it or care at that lee step or a star marta telco shore for all the revelation from the russians came while the hashemites were fighting alongside the british in the levant so they realised the british were playing a double game. their british also recognised france's right to determine the future of large parts of the area that should be for same had expected to control. for that i'm sorry software of some of them for after i shop i did forget that keep. in the in the homeland yeah so. if you call or are or could be have a show or if your skull is on the whole feel about burst out of the other get up on
your liver so that. it will be a phase or certainty about on top and not have here alone disappear here a little more for your commute i'm. here for the. unit and as of the a c. other abio. i was a man called the other let me up now like a person walked home with you was enormous yet it would also like the thought of a possible but we've won. the louder. than others. in one nine hundred seventeen the allies made significant military gains on several fronts. the british pushed into iraq and general edmund allonby led the forces that ultimately ousted the ottomans from palestine. but alan peace continued advance towards the must has caused the french serious alarm he had
expected to have complete control of the levant under the terms of the psychs pekoe agreement. with mana done. on his own the accompanying manipulation one hundred m.b. in a less. meter. with money so small is only a key design may only sheep are live for says song of him you know it there aren't under topa me yet i called the minister says that cos they speak oh keeper may send a d.m. ruah. they did them in the listen all of. allonby and the hashemites. took the syrian capital on the thirtieth of september one thousand nine hundred eighteen and within a week prince faisal been interesting had announced establishment of an arab constitutional government in damascus. when i was young i was
a young me it was that sex week or on sex because our let's just see it. on with you will see a look at an ass oh my i'm just going to be accommodated gotta find you on. the first world war ended in stages with the ottomans agreeing to an armistice on the thirtieth of october and germany on the eleventh of november one thousand eight hundred. allied troops entered istanbul and the time appeared right to implement the strikes pekoe agreement. but the british appear to be having second thoughts as they sought to claim a larger share of ottoman arab territory in the region. the british prime minister david lloyd george met his french counterpart george came on seoul in london on the
fourth of december one thousand nine hundred so. it is over. the office said. the sacrifices are great. for us right now the sacrifice of all perhaps than any office as your joint empire is no more but that was due to your sacrifices mr prime minister and for those we are most grateful you will take some tea weakness. no we will have to settle our claims of the air at least six we have fought a little over those claims. you would like perhaps that we modify ours we have our own most. you shall have it. and perhaps something else
alice stock. you shall have sat to. see can you read to you from before us you are a little more real how do we know i'm on the news of a lot of and exactly how it's going to be done but a funny thing with the most solemn oath and bill graham also with us i had laughing as i luckily for us in for our luck for most of them and i stood behind the sense of the grave of us what was there and no sex because in fact. the signs of the psychs pico agreements being superseded began to emerge at the start of the peace negotiations in paris in january one thousand nine hundred. victorious allies were about to impose harsh conditions on the bankwest and the british and french to decide which of the conflicting promises they had made during the war would be implemented. they don't smoke marlowe.
views then they negotiate hugo complex i think there would be about there are all of this and i bet your best on the that a comedian casual source. they are fed a day some days they have sound is read to have been does not solve. said been a benefit and seen. been know by it and has a more unheard of ammonia cannon and. that head of. then was it out it a one year. one . in april one thousand nine hundred twenty the four main allies britain
france italy and japan met at the san remo conference they created three entities mesopotamia syria and palestine. the french forced faith out of damascus and took complete control of syria britain took mesopotamia and palestine including jerusalem which had been under international administration under the terms of strikes pekoe. so really it's a river we should be talking about if we want to say what does the modern middle east look like and the striking thing is this if britain had been concerned to preserve relations with france right through this to go she asian right through this process they failed because the french looked at sites because they looked to the baptists and they realized that they got much less inseparable that they had been promised by the british in sight fico we overlook these things but in
a sense i think that states fico reflects a failure of trying to negotiate a happy resolution of british and french territorial ambitions in the middle east britain came up with war and the french never forgave them. france had insisted on mosul in the negotiations but had san remo they conceded it to britain despite the fact that it was known to be rich in oil. in the cool turpin mark remember there was the car. on the libya and the most old saw is our prayers on that turkish but for the i'm company. keo. know if. it is a. front more territory in the south along the edges of the or become the iraq syria boundary it got more that it
got twenty five percent of any oil that would be produced from mosul even though that was going to be developed as a british concern. on the international stage the league of nations now created a series of mandates it placed some new arab territories under the supervision of the british and french a kind of occupation in disguise that equal vender the lash of that s.s. if they did that's no good if you need. a limb on that so if you need to first. ask. then mill in the course a says it to ten. in the lab that they're. in there's a b b c said that costs a lot from sauce man that they encourage the figure of course
a year not of the nick. the british and the french did overcome their differences in their carve up of the middle east and agreed on concrete borders in december one nine hundred twenty. a joint french british committee was set up to deal with the matter. with her do it. learn what philosophy or and bought for and see what. is going to ensure i don't often. see my bad dog in a clear local area and run to animal we were credible have heard that in america. as well as dividing up the region into three new entities and implementing the mandates system britain and france further split the territories they now controlled. the french divided syria into
five states including greater lebanon. general south of france the i was on for everybody else here possible for you know that of many behave my mouth uk foreign min. story you were there it would be much better with so either some or all you have now coming out of four am. syria was divided into the states of damascus aleppo the alawite state and mt druze . lebannon would become a republic six years later and. well at the cost to move. for.
different and you have. the british colonial office to organize the cairo conference in one nine hundred twenty one hosted by the new colonial secretary winston churchill it drew another important line within the british area of influence separating the land east of the river jordan from palestine. churchill came to this brief without any preexisting ideas on the future of the middle east he was in a sense moving as quickly as events were to try and put in place and then administer to structures that could prove effective in securing britain's interests at least cost to the exchequer i mean there have been some. proposals which simply from the zionist organization which were pushing for a palestine being defined in much more extensive to include the east bank of the
jordan as well but in the end jordan and palestine and it up being under the same british mandate as you know the end of the first world war and then we simply had an ordering council that established if you like its first main border in one nine hundred twenty two. when the hashemites failed in their bid to establish an independent arab kingdom the cairo conference created trans-jordan. elder son as emir. iraq was created in mesopotamia with christine's younger son face some as king. had been a commander in the arab revolt and was the deposed king of syria. if we look at their arms territorial definitions that they were zones and visit inside speak that cuts across that. but the actual bamboo has to be drawn i
suppose for iraq after sykes pico the first wall would have been shortly after rocket being created in one nine hundred twenty was the younger french convention of december one thousand and twenty. in istanbul capital of the former ottoman empire. a turk successfully resisted foreign attempts to defy the turkish speaking lands he led the turkish war of independence and repelled the greeks italians french and armenians. to church united the country and didn't you turkish republic was proclaimed in october nineteen twenty three. but it teac. these that sob and space.
in their eyes is there any god. does not sound concept that if. any it doesn't that doesn't measure or get good day was it doesn't that. the syrian revolution in one nine hundred thirty six finally brought about a french accent and unified the country. by the end of one thousand nine hundred forty six iraq lebanon jordan and syria had all gained independence. british and french forces left but now there are sometimes differing views as to whether the borders the two powers true we did the root cause of the problem in the arab world has experienced since it's very hard to blame. regional problems in the twentieth century on the ways in which the borders were drawn the the most you can
say if there is a original set to say. is that those borders were drawn without consulting the people who have to live with them and for never securing the buy in of those directly involved the borders with themselves to prove unstable at the scene have a calm do well i mean some of the emission estate there i mean there will be a common you've been a form of. welcome home let me of a hundred. come if i'm lucky how well. a company in here much of what. if i did the u.s. and with a coffee for a lot of money i would have to add that one of the what i'd been what we don't want us that is if ten o'clock that is a scandal and more all the wrong mon. you don't want it no more him than stay at the. end of the lead and you're so it that i don't
look also at the island. was there this scene so in a been at war cerny and want to know that there is because he had lost it. in part two we'll ask whether the superpowers of the twenty first century have ignored lessons in the week looks like speak home and start to create more division in boundaries in the middle east than ever before. xenophobic violent and beating the drum for an ethnic civil war in the heart of europe. or infiltrates one of the continent's fastest growing far right organizations. and exposes links to members of the european parliament supported by
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a bloody battle an icon of conflict at the heart of the lebanese civil war beirut holiday in war hotels on al-jazeera. oh i maryam namazie in london just a quick look at the top stories now the g. twenty summit of the world's top economies is underway in argentina the meeting has been overshadowed by the presence of saudi crown prince mohammed bin some months following the killing of jamal khashoggi he remained on the sidelines of the family photo but was warmly greeted in front of the cameras by russia's president vladimir putin is also held talks with the french president who reportedly berated him for not listening to him on gerry's alan fisher has more from buenos aires there were a number of exchanges which were immediately tweeted out by the saudi foreign
minister the they were very keen to sure that mohammed bin solomon was not an international pariah was not being sidelined at this conference but wasn't being welcomed by other world leaders there was a bizarre moment when vladimir putin walked in and saw the chrome prince he welcomed them not in the normal way you would see events like this i've been covering g. twenty s. and g. for a very long time i've never seen one world leader walk in high five another but that's exactly what vladimir putin did meanwhile thousands of demonstrators have been rallying and went as i was in protest at the g twenty is economic policies and demonstrators are unlikely to get anywhere near the lead a summit because the police coastguard and border patrols of cordoned off a twelve square kilometer area around the convention center where the summit is being held in our other headlines this hour ukraine is banned russian men between the ages of sixteen and sixty from entering the country for a month president petro poroshenko says the ban will help stop
a land invasion by private armies equate impose martial law in a number of provinces for thirty days after russia seized three ukrainian ships and twenty four sailors on sunday. syrian state media is saying that people have been killed in u.s. led strikes. most of the victims in the town of said to be women and children. twenty people and. killed in a coalition strike on a prison in the area. it's designed to disrupt the administration of the disputed prime minister. his supporters. declaring it. you're out tonight with top stories that will be much more in the news twenty five minutes time.
the league of nations mandate for palestine came into effect in september one thousand nine hundred eighty three. it stated that the allied powers had agreed that the mandates be responsible for establishing quote a national home for the jewish people. got us up briefed on the joy. what had a sissy only ability. men as you'll know for your new year climate though only a local what on your would be philistine. from manhattan must learn the skill regalia would be. just some them feely lilian would be for the skiing we're. going to a little beautiful as the men. men or rope minerals your mother called. i
think that sign is diplomacy it was brilliant and in a way manipulating. british feel and ties submitting. feelings at the same time because this fantasy of presenting the jews in america as the key to whether or not america would participant in the war and by presenting exaggerating the power of the jews worldwide. in the coming years palestinians would fight several campaigns from demanding independence from britain to trying to stem the tide of jewish immigration to palestine. the movement culminated in the revolt of one nine hundred thirty six which took the form of strikes and armed resistance.
data from a lot of build. up the latine man assured. of the brittany would let on to. her call me out to be yeah i love it as the and bad i should've done away one takoma article out of the philistine. summer list i'm an artificially who beautiful skinny model comes on a wild card team who cared a lot to be another actor and because of that i mean to say me out of it i will be able to turn into my man will of the i then out of look at i will be up to run and how to. well in all capable of your reply me you must still be of mogul haddocks of uni and the british crush this revolt the zionists weren't strong enough at the time they didn't have the military capability. the british brutally put down the arab revolt and it's arguable and i would argue that palestine wasn't
lost the nine hundred forty seven forty eight it was lost in the late one nine hundred thirty s. when britain would put down so far only the arab revolt and destroyed all palestinian military capability. the british mandate in palestine and did on the fourteenth of may one nine hundred forty eight as it ended david ben-gurion declared the establishment of a jewish state to be known as israel. the same day the armies of five arab states moved into the former british mandate the one nine hundred forty eight arab israeli war lasted almost a year the first of several subsequent major border conflicts. is really settlements beyond its recognized borders have also continued israel's expansion. to a total from the going to allow him. to do this very little matter
but war man look at the cyrillic very clear let it wash woman out of your own be a lord when you're in shock not a lot of them. any hossam heather said are fairly young but the amount of rain began but. how ticket has been our manliness there he we're. going to get huckabee for we don't need your dirty history been learned yet the militia were unified has a nother martyr the leaning on has been made so and blew all how did not a lot of them welcome a liver looked upon if i had a cigar supply. the balance of power has remained in its wheels favor in one nine hundred sixty seven it expanded its borders in the six day war to include the west bank the gaza strip the sinai peninsula and the golan heights usually only comes meat illicit meat elf
was told in a sort of really you would be. feed there till. you started and talked about. a serious was that he must not but on were how the kernel cause. is to turn out that why you know if he doesn't have the flu or be able could such a critical cause medical bill bugs. and john minimize the hail a comma bill is full of the new year but the fool could well with the early obama and then most of my billion dollar. cut out of the workers of you were in the lemme tell you that one at the end all of it was that me with all those very early euro those people in israel today like president rivlin who call for a bi national state they ask they insist. on. civil rights for the palestinians and human rights for the palestinians equality
for the palestinians in terms of economic social and cultural issues etc but not political. that these days will remain the state where jews would have the upper hand politically speaking and that by national state would be open to jewish immigration but not the palestinian immigration i mean what kind of us that is going to be it is going to be as i say the south african state without the south african solution. like palestine iraq has also been affected by the legacy of sykes people. in two thousand and three a u.s. led coalition declared war on iraq believing it to possess weapons of mass destruction and aiming to oust president saddam hussein. however the
coalition didn't tar the clear recovery plan for a post saddam iraq and six tarion and ethnic armed west seriously destabilize the country. or the invasion of other areas that were there were intermingled sure so he lived in the same areas that were america. in fact in the early years invasion iraqis insist that never they were too closely. but the sledgehammer smashed the society. or. did manage to instigate a conflict once the conflict starts there's a predictable cycle of violence that takes place by calm i think primarily with three main object. the first is to
support the administrator. gerry brahma. in what he is doing in this transitional period for iraq. if you look at the history of modern iraq since two thousand and three you might say that no leader has come through who's been able to settle iraq and govern with the consent of enough of the majority to bring iraq to a stable condition and to political security and of that of the latter uk by the head of foreign element the had what i ate dairy but emma you saw the whole erratically and that here lesson. well is to her i know you had a clean limit and if you were there glad you can win it except when many you're not really. the call my letters i was when she i was in the fur yeah. well
i hear he's in the me she has the lamb but i'm a little everyone is going wild back then you're. in that she's. the model for the heart attack that he doesn't every kid can attest even with really. he a limb. and then the home just what any small. when the. bottom are cut where the. bottom share. a took. the. iraqi resistance to the u.s. occupation increased as that sectarian killings the country fell deeper into chaos causing some americans to call for the division of iraq it was almost as though
they hadn't studied the lessons of the post periods. so failed. new. era. obama valve. a tool a them with a body. by the valley so for timely i started seeing how to start of. the stock market at the. cli. that. here was that area. sunni leaders in iraq began to warn against the intervention of neighboring shiite iran in the internal affairs of their country. they feared
a sectarian war which would lead the country into a spiral of violence and arguably make division the only option. when you're confused. why d.m.v. . kind of you're on my idea we're here and i'm no wired what damon. and. william brady are. why the levy has a job or if it's not part of fear. ab initio. or sin. so for you what do you do and if you are. why. i have made here all of this. and what. you. when i sat down with a ship bellows i want to get them all one has it all one under the one him it so
will hold. them out i'm so ill if you don't want to see the old boy as he was just a man to be in a billet i don't like you to bury it so it was that the new i'm all in the woman has haven't yet it all to democracy that all how muted to feel in democracy that it all well the mochas you need that i hope and those they let me have this to us so that don't hurt. the kurds managed to achieve autonomy in the kurdistan region of iraq in two thousand and five. their political leadership is now pushing for a referendum on independence which could mean drawing new borders within iraq. and it is true that the rocky kurds are quite happy. where they are in their own. enclave as it were but the united states continues to look for iraq
which is integrity and not divided into three truckie it. and them to i. mean. that we've been. are by do what. werman how. and to cool. off that can. be looked at how the. model. but sex vehicle say a coon. become. the threat of division has also emerged in modern syria. the syrian revolution began in march twenty seventh the government of president bashar assad responded by a fierce war against all opposition with far reaching consequences. it represents a major challenge facing the international community and twenty sixteen. the
situation in syria was exacerbated by the intervention of both russia and iran and their support for the assad government against the rebels. who were killed in the as many i mean about of the. iranian people and you have to do muslims sure you have to sort of look like you. were mad at the fact the strategy not said let the far north. korea you know where i mean death for analysis and no he in your. new fools. she has is that bottoms bumpily one of them going to come to you of them or if there's another in the hall it can that will dockery the young male that's all gone will be in class and me according to imagine if that east would have me out by the end you
know and there was a somewhat m.b.e. have what it is to what i'm being on as a sick individual could win him oakum i just threw him a can in what will be a liberal whose record is you know all that he had already said was that suja. was out of a taxi. the un stopped publishing the death toll in syria in twenty fourteen and the numbers are now thought to be much higher than official figures. when russia and turkey the conflict on the side of the assad government in september twenty fifth seen it began bombing opposition held areas and has become a major player in the ongoing crisis. arose yet there were no home and shows as rob's. cobbler nearly half of that annie and the home. so he had had.
enough. food and. bush was. not. what the doctor. had the journey. not. the sharia the leo how to live. a russian intervention which is to guard russian interests in their own just our own ally that russian intervention makes russia's state cold so has to be brought into the talking that needs to proceed as does iran with hizbollah as a proxy in syria and as does the european interest in the form of the flow of refugees from syria into europe the interest of the europeans in the stable near
east to middle east and america in that row also of global stability with a particular interest on top of that in the security of israel. the international community is still trying to bring the parties together to find a solution to the syrian crisis but we don't want to divide the state dividing the country is part of the debates way whenever it's up to the syrians. now on the question of whether the country will be dissolved in order divided or not. seems to me that it is already divided in a very real way with the elements of the christians and the other is occupying a certain amount of territory and the sunni majority occupying the other. i'm not very hopeful that syria would be a. he put back together again how the books were in the study but the
rush not know if enough said what the heart of. seem so do you know methadone is still up to us our. men. and about in the we use in the above are let's shoot the mission and know. that the whole rule will live up to being the only he. has asserted that really need to stand then. i could feel. the conflict in syria has become increasingly sectarian it has caused internal displacement of hundreds of thousands of people and the international exodus of refugees on an unprecedented scale in the modern world. some think that a form of such a ration is the only solution. is a set of men young do it takes the equal
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the controls the country might shoot better the interest of israel because he will be sort of the legitimized ruler. after such a civil war after such carnage the worst scenario is that this integration of the net of the of the country into uncontrollable fifth dumbs as it were now so i think that one one syria complete with a regime that is not particularly legitimate in the eyes of the international community is something that would suit i think the current role is of israel. the islamic state of iraq and the levant isis has also complicated the situation in syria and has proclaimed the creation of a state in parts of syria and iraq. while american planes were bombing i saw in syria the also enabled kurdish groups to take control of certain areas of northern
syria in october twenty fifth teen and proclaim a kurdish province there. this could be seen as encouraging the idea of a federal division of syria as well as causing a more bells for neighboring countries. in syria they are trying to get some kind of control with the help of russia the united states and other iranian regime and account on like has been lost in the one on the facto hobby tutt. internationally they may not be recognized but defacto they will operate all of that and continue to talk at all create kinds of problems in the region. in mid. fifteen there were armed clashes in turkey between the government of friendship and the one and the p.k. case. the kurdish p.t.k. founded in one nine hundred seventy eight once
a political entity of its own independent. in his better model put this on and on. just the middle feet into father. danny. the father. i had the home and there will. be a lot to quote of the. north. lets me a film made that is her with her name and. be doing the n. . yet the how. hard done is show tunney die young kuno and you will hear from harden is better model of the me has it in to father mother tongue language as a being to offer she language in schools. is a legitimate demand and it could be expressed in the society so i don't see
any legitimate and logical. demand for any kind of autonomy even if it was theirs it is going to be ph a case demands and we are not in place to debate or negras shade that kind of autonomy with teaching on the be whole for all shows or towards. the ultimate legacy of the psychs pico agreement was to establish the rights of outside powers and interests to intervene and influence the politics of the middle east. the sense of instability and constant conflict it has engendered seems even more complex to address now than it was a hundred years ago. hello
again welcome back we're here across australia we are dealing with one system that's making its way through the blight and that is going to bring a big change in temperatures over the next couple days so starting here on saturday with adelaide at thirty one and melbourne at thirty one but once the system pushes through those temperatures are really going to be dropping anywhere between ten and twelve degrees so a much cooler day by the time we end the weekend out here towards the east though it is still to be quite warm with brisbane seeing about thirty six degrees there as we make our way over here towards new zealand it is going to be messy and it has been messy over the last couple days and fortune we don't expect much to change with this one system here a lot of cloud staying in the area we are going to be seeing some windy conditions
as well auckland at eighteen christchurch at nineteen but up here towards papa new guinea we are watching the swirl of clouds and rain right there for the potential of a storm that is going to develop over the next few days we don't think it's going to get too intense but still bring some very heavy rain potentially some flooding and some sections appear towards northern part of japan though it is going to be the snow temptress for sapporo only getting to about one degree as a high so overnight lows are going to stay into the freezing levels but down towards tokyo it is going to be breaking out of the clouds we do expect to see thirteen degrees in your forecast partly cloudy degrees as well with a temperature of sixteen degrees. on counting the cost the g twenty meets in argentina one year later what's changed for zimbabweans since the full of robert mugabe. economy making a splash in kenya. counting the cost on i just.
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