tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 16 Al Jazeera January 17, 2019 2:32pm-3:02pm +03
street. there is no phone line hong kong. goes. on a good job get married have kids speak when parents and die. if you don't know anything oh you don't contribute. i think such kind of life this with us to. say thank you thank you guys let me say thank you thank you thank you i thank you once a month this has been
a point they couldn't touch because i got my post all of them to cons on all sides are going to be. all that you so you. don't want the same people also. you know all the. all the yes or no hold on. why you call you know only some of the house on the yeah call. hog. yeah cause i going to guess i'm going. to. see. you kiss and words as soon as they run the fullness you guys have got the fullness. and sights in the legislative council.
was was was . i was shocked when i saw the news at home i was like what i feel imagine but people hong kong people could. do such violent things on the street like burning stuff throwing bricks attacked the police because it's such a by contrast to umbrella protest it was really peaceful but that night was really fallen. and i think. people try.
other ways other peaceful peaceful ways already and they realized that it doesn't work so they had to do it. is the kind of the thought government force people to be following. times like all because. it's just too ridiculous. it's like a group of really stupid people who are controlling the city. on the roof you can see a lot of working robots. walking along with oh and the purpose. then you think was life or just work. when i sees
a row boss i would think i don't want to be one that does why i'm on the roof a single look. a sense that many people don't know the meaning for their lives you put meaning in that you have to find a meaning for. oh . i don't suppose. if you try to. set all fire with fire then you get more fire could be joy and you. will a type and idea through the engine. see that will fasten
a high they've put it. on you know let's go with the car or they don't like to head on the walk or they will say it will be good to return a much harder. time up all on. top of me on my own with so i. am going to try here time and the guy you know say we're going to the turning out for you. lie you which was something. i'm going to. i'm going.
to come to him because. he seemed not to moan call saying i'm going to paint on those millions who hung. things then when the home heating cooling would go but i'm not going. to have. him go home early table but i. think those whom i call the only thing you know. going to today is the election day and we have ronnie all the kind of a. ah there is really not no i found. that. he is not going to win tonight but it is like our referendum for people to show the real cross the wire there is one other thing. is that if you support the ryan plan for the wire for the mistakes.
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the best of al-jazeera documentaries live close the global for us a no zero and the others through the rewind continues with children of conflict we'd love some peace in the summer especially ingerson children do not have any rights here rewind on al-jazeera. there's a problem and with the headlines on al-jazeera britain's prime minister treason may has urged politicians to put self interest aside and work together on a consensus deal for your case withdraw from the european union she made the playoff to her government survived a no confidence motion called by opposition leader jeremy call been. so now and
bees have made clear what they don't want we must all work constructively together to set out what parliament does want that's why i'm inviting m.p.'s from all parties to come together to find a way forward one that both delivers on the referendum and to the support of parliament this is now the time to put self interest aside tourism has been meeting opposition leaders to try to secure bracks a deal long. statement he sent us this update. the reason mase appearance outside downing street designed to coincide exactly with the main evening news bulletins here didn't say anything at all that she hadn't said previously in the house of commons but what it did do was stamped her off towards the back on the entire process just twenty four hours ago after she lost by a record margin withdrawal agreement votes she's now saying i'm back in charge of
the entire process she said that this evening she met leaders of all the opposition parties except for jeremy coleman the leader of the main labor opposition he's refused to meet her because he says he's not going to until she rules out the prospects of the u.k. leaving the european union without any sort of deal at all and so there she was saying i'm in listening mode i'll talk to anybody who's prepared to listen we've all got to make concessions in the national interest and the only person who won't talk to me is jeremy colvin and boo sucks to him so it was a very important moment for some reason may not just to say i'm in charge and we have to pull together in the national interest but also to ease the jitters i think inside her own conservative policy which is deeply splays does or does want to leave the european union with no deal the rest of the policy has no idea anymore than the rest of us do what exactly the future holds over the next few weeks what
we do know though is over the coming days these backstairs talks inside downing street will continue and on monday she has to come back to parliament with a new plan. the first funerals are being held for people killed in tuesday's attack at a luxury hotel the shopping complex in kenya relatives buried the bodies of two men who worked for a charity group based in somalia accused twenty one people died of the assault on my o.b. al-shabaab the group behind the attack says it was in retaliation for the u.s. president's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of this revolt. two u.s. soldiers are among at least nineteen people killed by a bomb in northern syria the department of defense of getting into and a supporting contractor was also killed i still has claimed responsibility for the blast and man bij. the lives of displaced syrians living in the camps under threat from a second severe one to storm the u.n. says tens of thousands of northern lebanon including many children are battling freezing temperatures in makeshift shelters fifteen children have died in camps
inside syria in the past month the international criminal court has halted the release of former ivory coast president. after a new appeal by prosecutors earlier the court in the netherlands said it was free to go a day after his acquittal on charges of crimes against humanity. peace talks of a stumbling block with the taliban threatening to walk away from negotiations the group has accused the us of deflecting from the issue of withdrawing forces from afghanistan the greek prime minister alexis tsipras has survived a confidence motion by just one vote suppress called the vote of government lost its parliamentary majority on sunday when his main coalition partner walked out that's the result of a controversial deal to rename greece's neighbor macedonia none of that message tonia thousands of demonstrators have marched through belgrade on the anniversary of the murder of a cost of politician protesters accuse authorities of covering up the killing of all of a village who was shot dead
a year ago now those are the headlines on al-jazeera oceans monopoly is coming up next thank you very much for watching. for millenia the oceans lay outside the dominion of man. as state's influence extended only three nautical miles from the coast a little further than a cannonball could travel. but then humans discovered the ocean floor. and the largest land grab in wont history began.
a house like this is my house is a one man house i lived with a forty days it did the job it kept the window for me i was warm and dry but don't forget i'm right on the top of the cliff it's just straight down to the city. told mclean is one of the u.k.'s greatest adventure has he crossed the atlantic. five times the first time in a globe. once in a vessel shaped like a beer bottle for his latest trip he sailed from newfoundland in the smallest sailboat ever to cross the atlantic. and. soon mclean will travel to new york in a boat built to resemble a whale. boat was more than an adventure however.
it was a mission a mission done in service to mother england. somebody said about st kilda and they go in there but so the local rock was right there. and there seems to be a dispute who owns it and i thought why if i be a first civilian to reside on rock call and that would help the case it wasn't quite so good the wind carried that. they closed in without it. is very dangerous there now you can see how lumpy is quite dangerous. they were far from ok after that momentary triumph but then don't whack the big the way down i go down there was fifty four straight down into the foam flies helplessly into. the landing at one thousand nine hundred eighty five. told him to
clean his knife. but he eventually made it to safety and flew in london getting to the top was only the beginning however great britain willing to claim of the law because an island it. happened international law stipulates at the time must remain there for twenty one days old. when the boat turned to go home and leave me for the first time. i was glad to see them go i was on my adventure i'm here with iraq and the birds i'm happy to be here of achieved our making history. gesture to remind those who may challenge it that brittania ruled these waves. for the u.k. it was about more than just claiming a lump of granite in the ocean the real objective was to secure the resource rich
area around local the islet was to play a key lonely in british territorial claims. the main players he put ish maritime claims work in an office on the south coast of india and. it's a fascinating area of work to do it is not often somebody working in ocean signs that you do get the opportunity to mix both illegal on the technical aspects and see how they work together almost in order to develop something on behalf of the state. but we have the united kingdom to the east and as we come west we passed a rock all rock itself on to the lot of the land area of great britain and two hundred forty thousand square kilometers the area that the u.k. have submitted for the rock is
a hundred sixty three thousand square kilometers. to. my main reason to go to rockall was to inhabit and if i stayed in international law less than twenty one days i'm only visited i had to stay more than twenty one days and by staying there more than twenty one days that in fact forty days it wasn't iraq it's an oil and i made it or not and. local. for the u.k. to claim the territorial sea overwhelmed along it had to prove that it was inhabitable yet the eyelids could be easily confused with any walk and tom stay was controversial so controversial that the u.k. had to put another territory into the mix st kilda the archipelago increase the
british crowns claim but one hundred sixty thousand square kilometers of st kilda has been deserted ever since its thirty six remaining inhabitants left almost a century ago but humans lived there once and they could live there again at least theoretically. what does the u.k. want with all this water. what do you mean by opening a piece of the ocean. the idea of the ocean has changed over time. the most from. the plan was to show how the rules and their kotoko of those months saw the world and what they flew into an ocean is very much sure what was important to them and most of.
the four fourteen ninety two before columbus's journey to the americas the ocean as a broad portion of the world's surface as a major space that figured into our sense of the globe really wasn't there in the middle ages the world was thought to be a single lone land mass a veritable mega continent without ocean. so the ocean really plays no role at all except to show a limit the ocean shows the limit of society and shows the limit of actually of god's kingdom of the kingdom on earth to the east beyond the ocean clay eden lay that the promised land lay heaven beyond that there was really nothing baptist. for most of human history the oceans were projection screens for the imagination of an unexplored and irrepressible world a mighty parea place.