tv The Stream 2018 Ep 199 Al Jazeera December 13, 2018 11:32am-12:01pm +03
the fringes of society impact is huge i presume it is only so much we can take before you say ok that's me rethinking radicalization part of the radicalized serious announces the era and monday put it world on. us and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to full dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country haven't truly been able to escape the war. my names from the file and i think i'm on my phone all day every day on my tablet is never really more than a few feet away the use of the internet elevates dopamine just like gambling does
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now you. know some of it i like. the public interest she does have come from. british prime minister theresa may survive no confidence vote from within her own party but questions remain about the country's plans. and richelle carey this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up debating the war and yemen u.s. senators start discussing whether to pull military support for the saudi iraqi led coalition. presence on
a former lawyer michael cohen is going to prison for tax evasion and for violating campaign finance laws but says he's getting his freedom back and. i'm curious my biasa in the philippines a country raptly with the world's most congested jails. because prime minister trace may have survived a challenge to her leadership called by party backbenchers opposed to her bracks it to deal with the european union well may survive politically for now she still faces widespread opposition in the westminster parliament to her bracks a plan which just over three months to go before the u.k. is to believe opponents are demanding a general election with others calling for another referendum on bracks it. looks back on a momentous day and british politics. results all thing about us. to see is that the parliamentary policy does have confidence.
it was a convincing win two hundred votes against one hundred seventeen. the secret ballot behind closed doors in westminster was because of tourism aides handling of bricks it but she struck a compromise with the conservative party in order to ensure keeping her job a promise not to stand in the next election but she made no reference to such a compromise when she emerged to the. so here is a new mission delivering the bricks it that people voted for bringing the country back together and building a country that truly works for everyone but some of those who voted against her say there's been irreparable damage. and agreement has divided the conservative party and divided the conservative party from. this means. we don't have
a majority to govern the country earlier in the day there had been high drama the tension easing only slightly when conservative m.p.'s publicly declaring their support past the hundred fifty nine figure needed for her survival as party leader cabinet ministers led the charge we already have a certain amount of volunteers volatility in the country because the negotiations going on with the e.u. think it is a huge mistake to add to that five volatility by having a leadership fight now and all the confusion would go that. the prime minister had started her day in a defiant mood i will contest that vote with everything i've got she immediately cleared his schedule and headed off to parliament to face the opposition and if he wants a meaningful data i'll give him one twenty ninth of march two thousand and nineteen when we leave they are. here i mean. totally and absolutely unacceptable the
prime minister not government have already been found to be in contempt of parliament her behavior today is just contemptuous of this policy. it's been an extraordinary few days in british politics to resume a return to downing street on wednesday night still in her job but at the risk of turning herself into a lame duck prime minister and drew simmons al-jazeera london. theresa may is due to meet the leaders at a summit in brussels on thursday the was already said there will be no new renegotiation of the deal dominic came reports from brussels winning a vote of confidence means to resume a real be here for the e.u. summit that starts on thursday her victory has been marked by the austrian chancellor sebastien courts welcoming the result and saying that he looks forward to welcoming her to the e.u. summit which will have at the top of its agenda on thursday briggs it and how the
e.u. goes forward with that they will have a frank exchange of views with cerys a may and then when she leaves there will then be a chance for the twenty seven b. u. countries those not leaving the e.u. to discuss their position but the clarity that exists is obvious but they will not renegotiate the deal and so there this past continues the fact that the deal is acceptable in brussels but not acceptable in london is very clear and unless there is room for interpretation and clarification as president of the european commission has said well it's hard to see where this goes next and remember all the time the march twenty ninth deadline of twenty nineteen looms ever larger when britain will leave the european union the u.s. senate has defied president donald trump and has begun discussing a resolution to end u.s. military support for the saudi marathi like coalition in yemen they have until
friday to vote on it plans for a similar move or struck down in march after donald trump voice strong support for the conflict al-jazeera is hiding castro has more. at stake what us republican senator lindsey graham called a defining moment for the u.s. and for the future of saudi arabia there are a lot of bad actors in the mideast and we just don't need to condone any more than we have to and this is a situation where you don't have to they need us a lot more than we need them. since two thousand and fifteen the u.s. has provided logistic support to the saudi led military coalition fighting against who the rebels in yemen in august a bomb believed to have been made in the us well on a school bus full of children killing many starvation has killed eighty five thousand children since the war start and a cholera epidemic has swept the country if united states with very little media
attention has been saudi arabia's part in this horrific war we have been providing the bombs the saudi led coalition is using refueling their planes before they drop those bombs and assisting with intelligence but it was the october killing of the american based journalist jamal khashoggi that's pushed the u.s. to tell saudi arabia enough is enough the cia says saudi arabia directed killing and dismemberment inside its consulate in istanbul something the kingdom first denied maybe if the saudis were willing to lie to us about what happened to jamal khashoggi they haven't been straight with us as to what's happening inside yemen because if the united states is being used to intentionally hit civilians. then we are complicit in war crimes the resolution to withdraw u.s. military support must still clear the house republicans there moved wednesday to
make that more difficult and a final signature from president donald trump who is publicly back to saudi arabia is unlikely president trump continues to proclaim his love and affection for the crowd prince and the saudi regime but that is not how in my view the american people feel it may be a long time before the message from u.s. capitol hill turns into action but the important thing supporters say is that the u.s. is sending a message at all heidi joe castro al-jazeera washington. the man once known as donald trump's fixer is going to prison for three years michael conte didn't guilty to lying to congress and paying off the women allegedly had affairs with drop kristen salome reports from new york ok ok. ok michael calling arrived
with his family and nearly broke down in tears when inside the court he apologized for the pain he caused them and for lying to the american people about his contacts with russian operatives before the election. cohen told the judge that blind loyalty had led him to cover up donald trump's quote dirty deeds his lawyer argued he should be spared jail time for providing information to prosecutors about the most powerful man in the country the lawyer for one of the women cohen paid off to stop her from revealing an alleged affair with the president side differently cohen is a criminal he's a thug and he's a liar he sought to cover this up for the american people this man is no hero and we look forward to him for being every single day in a federal penitentiary the judge in the case said cohen's cooperation with special counsel robert muller who deemed his information credible and relevant had to be balanced against the serious nature of his many crimes and he gave cohen who won't
go to prison until march a sentence that was less than federal sentencing guidelines are likely going to take a good one michael cohen's conviction ultimately will mean for the president remains to be seen but the man who once said he'd take a bullet for donald trump now beginning in march will serve three years behind bars for covering for him kristen salumi al jazeera new york still ahead on al-jazeera. president moves to undo controversial education performs but at what cost and looking for a way out of lebanon on palestinian refugees seek new routes to escape desperate conditions. through tranquil review. i do not mean. in its image going to like. hello there we're still seeing severely disturbed
weather over parts of the middle east at the moment the latest satellite picture shows that the majority of the clouds currently over parts of turkey making its way towards the caspian sea there towards the south there are a few showers here as well but nothing quite as heavy and persistent as there is for the north looks like the showers here will continue to break up as we had three thursday say beirut should have a pleasant day with a top temperature of around seventeen degrees and the temperatures will be climbing even further as we head through friday friday does look a little bit calmer for many of us across parts of turkey as well meanwhile for the east largely find a dry for many of us here tiran will see a maximum of around fourteen degrees here in doha there's no major changes expected in our weather over the next few days so it's up temperature here will be around twenty five degrees for the south it is a bit milder hair over parts of say a lot less than thirty one will be maybe thirty as we head into friday down to was the southern parts of africa will also showers here they're stretching from angola all the way down towards madagascar and some of them really are quite heavy over
madagascar on thursday they clear away though as we head into friday so madagascar will have a brighter day still a few showers just not quite as many of them for many of us in south africa you should be fine job or get twenty nine to twenty one. the weather sponsored by cats on race. in countries like mine people have been killed. when united states privatized the old. war this was a deal with saudi arabia things would be different the saudis when they came to britain would be fools to help the process mobs do euell rumsfeld was meeting saddam is an interesting. show. coming soon.
at the top stories for you now british prime minister theresa may has survived a leadership challenge by m.p.'s from the conservative party two hundred voted for her one hundred seventeen against many of her m.p.'s are unhappy about may's the deal. former lawyer is going to prison for three years for tax evasion and for violating campaign finance laws pleaded guilty to lying to congress and paying off two women who had largely had affairs with trump. and the us senate has gone against president donald trump on the war in yemen and voted to began discussing a resolution to end u.s. military support for the saudi marathi like coalition. the killing of saudi journalist mark shows he has angered many us.