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to give it another extension poles october 31st to sort it out which we wish is where we're at now. head of the european council had said don't waste this tell him find some alternative strategy and they have their ways all the time so far has gotten absolutely nowhere but it seems to me if you get a real hard liner in who says out loud i'm prepared to take the u.k. out with no deal that is going to focus minds very much as. if that's boris johnson he wouldn't get anywhere in the autumn ready with talks with the european union if it's all brinkmanship they won't back down and they just say fine go off you go but if it had to come to a general election then that theory would be tested to destruction wouldn't it because if the polling is correct then there are now a majority of people in the country if you have them all up who don't want to leave the european union at all and of change their mind and so this is why i keep saying something something has to change either election or
a 2nd referendum because otherwise you don't see anything getting through parliament. or rice lawrence thanks very much indeed lawrence lee reporting there from london. in northwestern syria rebels have launched a counterattack against pro-government forces fighting has been intensifying in how much provinces since last month despite a turkish and russian brokered cease fire 8 civilians have been killed in strikes in opposition controlled villages meaning more than $200.00 have died since the stalled obvious or so. the rebels have beat back gains by the syrian army and its allies in the countryside of hama province in northwest syria the town of foreign back under opposition control the government says it will recapture it but the loss is a strategic and symbolic setback. for the army's 1st win since launching an offensive almost a month ago since then gains on the ground have been limited and has been facing
stiff resistance. to heavy to sham an armed group many in the international community believe is linked to al qaida is in control of this region after forcing syrian rebels backed by turkey to leave earlier this year those rebels are back on the front lines they are cooperating in what they are calling a battle for survival but it is also an indication that turkey too has joined the fight. when you take a look at the position of turkey in the area especially the clashes which has really transpired that. turkey is very dedicated to this position that if the diplomacy is not working in the. terms he gives show its heat for this time every actor inside the. church wants to accept more than 3500000 extra refugees to discard. turkey and russia work together in syria
and sponsor a ceasefire in the ad lib area but the offensive is testing their relationship at a time of intensifying dialogue between turkey and the united states. the area of hostilities includes a belt of territory that stretches from the northern countryside of. provinces reaching the southern edges of province as well as rebel controlled villages west of aleppo city the pro-democracy side wants to clear those areas from rebels in order to open trade arteries and protect. and aleppo cities under its control but little progress has been made so far advancing on the ground is proving to be difficult the offensive however has depopulated villages and created a humanitarian crisis in the almost nonstop airstrikes by syrian and russian jets on opposition controlled villages intensified since the rebel advance at least $200.00 civilians have been killed in turkey and russian ties have so far survived their relationship extends beyond syria but it lip is where they are bargaining and
strengthening their negotiating hand. beirut. still on al-jazeera will tell you why illegal drug production is on the rise across the occupied west bank. hello good it's good to have you back well we are looking at some very heavy rain that's on the increase your across parts of china now we did have a break in the rain particularly up here towards the east and the northeast here on friday things are still in quite nice but the temperatures are up there we're talking about shanghai at 34 han at 31 degrees hong kong 29 degrees there with some rain coming into play but then as we go towards saturday more rain for hong kong shanghai you do get a break in the temperatures but you also get more rain coming in as well as anywhere towards the north so that is going to continue as we go through the rest
of the weekend well here across parts of south india as well as into sri lanka we are looking at rain showers continuing this is the beginning of the monsoon season as we make our way at the end of may and into the beginning of june and those showers will be on the increase as we go into the next couple of weeks where we are seeing the dry conditions here across much of the central interior no per $44.00 degrees through there new delhi at 40 we don't expect to see much of a change there but over towards the paul it is still going to be quite rainy with a temperature of 31 degrees and then very quickly here across the gulf where the winds have died down but the temperatures are going to be into the high thirty's across much of the area at $35.00 degrees and over here towards miska we do expect to see a day with a temperature of $33.00. i want to get down to the reality where on line you have a male chauvinist and perhaps with the love of federation it is really fight to get
that or if you join us on saturday. pick up their mind this is a dialogue everyone has a voice to talk to us and a lot of you to chat and you too can be in the street join the conversation on how to 0. 000 a reminder of all top stories indian prime minister narendra modi is set for a landslide victory in the because election on earth maybe arrived at the party headquarters where he's been greeted with cheers and applause by his supporters and the results show his governing b j p party has
a significant lead. getting underway today in the european union electing members of the european parliament between now and sunday people from 28 nations will choose any piece to represent the u.k. and netherlands on the 1st countries to vote. in northwestern syria rebels have launched a counterattack against pro-government forces fighting has been intensifying in intimate hama province systems last month but despite the turkish and russian. a flu outbreak in the united states largest detention facility in texas has forced officials to move hundreds of detainees the decision came after a 16 year old guatemalan migrant died after getting sick in custody he's a sick child to die in the custody of u.s. border guards since september reynolds as this. the largest border detention center in the u.s. has stopped taking in new migrants for processing after a large number of people at the center came down with high fevers and flu symptoms
officials say the closure came shortly after the death of 16 year old carlos hernandez vasquez on may 20th the guatemalan boy who traveled to the u.s. without his parents spent 6 days at the macallan texas processing center before he was diagnosed with the flu he was transferred to another facility and given medication but was not hospitalized he was found dead on monday hernandez vasquez was the 6th child to die after being apprehended crossing the u.s. border since september late wednesday u.s. official said the texas is syllabi had resumed normal operations. in the rural guatemalan village of san jose delora de o. the boy's family mourned and asked questions oh no ok open though i am fighting for them to send me the body as soon as possible because why do they want him there why do they want him because they did not take care of him. all they can how are from
what. they won't get clarification something must have happened or they did something to him it's conditions in migrant detention centers sparked this exchange at an oversight hearing on capitol hill at this point with 5 kids that have died 5000 separated from their families i feel like the evidence is really clear that this is intentional it's intentional it's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration and it's cruel and inhumane and thank you mr chairman i expect that's unfair all right thank you where do you shoot down our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody every single day record numbers of families and unaccompanied minors are fleeing violence and poverty in central america and seeking asylum in the u.s. in some cases nearly overwhelming government border and immigration agency robert oulds al jazeera the video has a measure appearing to share israeli sanction is sensing from palestinian land in
the occupied west bank it was released by an efficacy group which says the israelis burned fields in 2 villages last week and threw rocks at residents times the un humanitarian affairs agency has recorded 122 attacks against palestinians to settlers since the beginning of the yeah while palestinian police say illegal drug production is increasing across the occupied west bank and much of it is destined for use inside israel as palestinians face worsening economic conditions more returning to drugs as a way to make money but i don't have reports from the occupied west bank. as a young carpenter that's not his real name couldn't make ends meet so it was difficult to turn down the chance to make some quick money when the opportunity presented itself but it landed him in prison. when. a palestinian living in israel rented the 2nd floor of my shop he brought soil seeds water tanks everything needed he told me all the medical plant and it takes
a month to grow and i would get 10000 dollars in exchange i don't have to do anything i barely have any work i don't have a permit to work in israel so i accepted. $2500.00 plants were found on the upper floor of his family business now he's facing up to 15 years behind bars of being charged with growing thin abas plants and drug trafficking police say that illegal truck plantations have been spreading across the occupied west bank ever since it became more difficult to import did drugs through dishonor. brigade you have the believes is due to an increase in demand in israel where many one is tolerated for recreational use but production is illegal. but me explain over the past 4 or 5 years there's been this trend to plant drugs like this in the west bank especially synthetic cannabis known as hydro it's this one here they grow this
and greenhouses are in secret labs at home this started when it became more difficult to traffic from sinai. drug rates were stepped up by 30 percent in the occupied west bank last year about $33000.00 plants were seeds that's with an estimated market value of $7000000.00. it was the prospect of getting some of that cash that pushed some years to accept an offer to grow the plant 31 he's unemployed and has 5 children to feed. and i didn't produce for the local market it was all for export but the seeds come from israel to the bedouin they put them here at someone's place for a certain period of time depending on the type they could take 2 to 5 months to make sure i planted them in a valley which is hard to access authorities suspect there are many more money $1.00 of fields out there but most would be in the so-called area c. which represents about 60 percent of the west back but palestinian police are not
allowed to operate there without prior consent from israel making it more likely that illegal drug production will continue to increase as the economic situation among palestinians continues to deteriorate but at the al-jazeera in the occupied west bank. the u.n. general assembly has demanded that the united kingdom give up control of the shadow silents within 6 months russia says it was forced to surrender the territory in the indian ocean in exchange for independence as our diplomatic editor james bays explains the un decision is a setback for britain and for the united states. a humiliating defeat for the u.k. and its ally the us in the un general assembly countries voting overwhelmingly 160 nations in favor of the people who still live on a small group of islands called the shah goss just 4 countries voted on the side of the u.k. and the u.s. back in the 1960 s.
britain did a secret deal with the united states to build this military base on the largest of the shagger silence diego garcia the islanders were forced to leave their homes more than 50 years on earlier this year the international court of justice ruled the u.k.'s actions at the time were illegal in 1968 when richest gained its independence from britain the share goss was split off from the rest of the country so that the airbase could be built one would have hoped. that any country found to be engaged in an ongoing wrongful act by the highest court of the word would hasten to make amends why will you not listen to the international court of justice to the un general assembly and give these islands back to the people they belong to . and the islands around british suffering i want to make that point very clear that's point 1.2 this is
a binational such event outline the british government's detailed legal position so i followed up with another questions the principle don't the showgirls people though have the right on their side the united kingdom sincerely regret the manner in which the cheik are since where we moved from british indian nation territory in the 1960 s. and seventy's the shag also islanders say they'll continue their long protest they say they just want to return to their home or we left a paradise we were done. as we were left. slum of malicious there was no support mechanism the british did not look after us for the people of the shire goss the best hope now probably lies in the unpredictable cauldron that is posed to bricks it british politics the current u.k. opposition leader jeremy corbyn says if he's prime minister he will abide by the
international consensus and hand the share goes back to its people james bows out 0 at the united nations. a country that's home to nearly a 3rd of africa's elephants has decided to lift the ban on hunting botswana's government says they've increased in number in recent years to a point where they are threatening the livelihoods of small scale farmers conservationists estimates there are around $130000.00 elephants in the country with the largest animal walking the earth is considered vulnerable with conservationists warning that poaching is pushing closer to extinction the world wildlife fund says the elephant population has fallen from 10000000 at the beginning of the last century to just over 400000 today while botswana's population is growing at least africa have been reduced to nearly half over the last decade by poaching traverses the president of the born free foundation he says he doesn't understand what botswana is trying to achieve by lifting the bat. the 1st thing is
to remember the car is one of the wealthiest countries in sub-saharan africa with that g.d.p. of over $800000.00 us dollars a year it does have around $100.00 pounds but it's a down by 14 percent since 2006 and the zimbabwe story the parts a lot of governments own position here is that trophy hunting will increase numbers this is in their own state and publish yes they try to think how many will increase but most and non trophy hunting will also increase numbers so it doesn't appear to be about money it doesn't appear to be about reducing numbers because everyone who knows anything about trophy hunting knows that that's not a population control measure so my question is what is it about outer stands that the president of what's one other documents he wants there to be a so it's a sovereignty issue he's been very democratic he's reached out to the communities to n.g.o.s to experts in the country and has come to this decision but i think you
have to recognize that while he is entirely inside to manage what's one is that a population in the way that he sees fit countries that import trophies are also entitled to say no they will not allow the import of elephant trophies into their countries such as the united kingdom and met with michael gove's the environment secretary only a few days ago pressed him to ban the inwards of elephant trade he's not just from botswana but from all other countries not possibly doing the same with the european union but at other places. so let's get to recover headlines here and al-jazeera and indian prime minister amir and remote he is set for a landslide victory in the biggest election on earth media's arrived at his b j p party headquarters and has been greeted with cheers and applause by his supporters so raman has more from new delhi. well it is
a huge surprise everybody we talked to today you know from policeman to passers by to those just coming to be around the location where we were earlier in the day near parliament. surprised at the level of victory the margin of victory that it seems. normal i mean and the fact that radical dandy has spoken as well when i was here for 2014 election and he did not speak when congress conceded defeat voting is getting under way in the european union electing members of the european parliament between now and sunday people from 28 nations will choose any peace reparation you can the netherlands are the 1st countries to vote. britain's prime minister is a man is resisting calls to resign over her latest breaks it plan may's new pitch failed to win over both the opposition and many in her own party one of her senior cabinet ministers the leader of the house of commons andrew led some resigned after
saying she doesn't believe the new proposals can deliver bricks. in northwestern syria rebels have launched a counterattack against pro-government forces to say at least 8 civilians were killed by airstrikes on thursday fighting has been intensifying and have been provinces since last month. a video has emerged appearing to show israeli settlers setting fire to palestinian land in the occupied west bank it was released by an advocacy group which the which says the israelis burned fields into villages last week and threw rocks at residents whom's the u.n. humanitarian affairs agency has recorded 122 attacks against palestinians linked to settlers since the beginning of the yeah. a country that time to nearly a 3rd of africa's elephants has decided to lift a ban on hunting botswanans government says they've increased the number in recent years to a point where they're threatening the livelihoods of small scale farmers conservationists estimate there are around 130000 elephants in the country. or are you up to
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state university and you are in the stream. that's 21000 marks 50 years since the united states but the 1st man on the moon space agencies and private companies are calling for a renewed era of lunar exploration in january china became the 1st nation to successfully send a lunar probe to study the far side of the moon and last week the u.s. space agency nasa announced its exhilarated timeline to build the 1st lunar orbit outpost and but the 1st woman on the moon by 2024 other nations including india have plans for their own lunar landers that will examine the moon southern pole so what's behind the renewed momentum in bringing humans back to the moon well with us to discuss all of this from st louis missouri ryan watkins she is a research scientist with the planetary science institute and a member of the advisory board to the aerospace company blue origin from the hague
in the netherlands bernard former senior scientist at the european space agency also known as and the executive. rector of the international lunar exploration working group and in new york last but not least robin c. mangal a journalist and director of content for supercluster that's a website focused on stories about space so good to have all of you here in the stream thanks for being here so i want to start with this tweet because it really lays it all out here for why we're talking about this topic this is from the johnson space center nasa the u.s. space agency 2024 we are going and we are going to stay have a look at the promotional video behind that idea. is to use a go. at the. trail blazed through the sections of science and show that. today our calling to explore is even greater.
to go farther we must be able to sustain mission of greater distance and duration where he was use the resources we find at our destination. give us overcome radiation isolation gravity and extreme environments like never before the these are the challenges we face to push if you're. going to the moon to stay by 2024 to stay kind of ominous but kind of exciting bernard talk to us about what you think is behind this new impetus to get back to the moon and to make that push for lunar exploration. any way to come from the moon. the moon 008 don't you know it and why do we want to go forward you want to go photos of the moon for peace false science faulty we want to also goes in to make business to explode to be so says and inspire you the public
educate your kids that you'd be the future moon locos installed a new renaissance for scuttled to the moon because you are part of an event if you stand so we have a lot of things to do there we're looking to get everybody it would easily start on you for the sundays to engineers useful old countries and we want old ages and or disappearing because we know because of the years we can be thought of this movie ditch 7500000000 people should be involved no no we we just tend to send some robot was the father of the baby do it i sent to the moon some 10 years ago once we have got some of the new maps of the moon we have fun places there where is the water we haven't this is where they do it because it tonight we can next day so i hear the i hear the. voice i love that you mentioned several things that we're
going to delve into today in the show but that 1st the 8th continent of the world so ryan you hear this as a member not his voice what do you make of this this push why are we going to the moon now i would definitely agree with everything that just said i would also add to that we're going not only to stay on the moon to use the resources to explore to learn science we're also going to get to mars so you know people in their community you'll hear them say it's not the moon or mars it's the new manned mars so we're going to the moon to learn how we can live and work in space in order to go beyond the earth moon system and you know i hearing you say that this reminds me of some of. conversations we had as we were preparing for the show which is now in our live chat as well as on twitter i want you to answer this robin if you can sammy saying there's a lot of money put into the space program but the public has never informed on what's going on why not and is there a way for citizens to find out then we have another tweet from being charley
putting it perhaps a little bit more simply billionaires racing to cash in on the latest space race what do you make of that robin is this about money as much as curiosity and anything else. absolutely. i think that's what's driving the commercial space industry if there wasn't money to be made there wouldn't be any innovation right now and i think that the innovations that we've seen and reusability and what both will origin and space x. are doing by reducing costs is making this possible in terms of the public knowing about what this space in history is doing we need more space journalists we need more coverage of what's going on we need we need more science communicators we need more stem outreach on the grassroots level so i can there's a lot of things we can do to inform the public and an informed public actually helps the space program because then they write letters to their congressmen or senators they call for space exploration it's a really important facet of getting funding so let's how do we go ahead let's help
educate the public right now but really it's only money i mean money. mean to do what you want to do and you want to do to. keep cool you see t.v. going to. people to learn to look at about science and everybody to do most science law in ok so even if money and maybe we'd get been if each monday viewed exposed to be souces but as a society we make progress all together and that's i think that is the biggest resources be could do between exploration it's just that we have all of those of the world is that we can inspire you to do the innovate to do seem to be looking at the moon but also investing in. 1000 s. . so i have to agree with bernard and just say that exploring the moon and building the architecture to get there and the infrastructure to stay there is like building
the internet you're allowing a new platform for new startups new entrepreneurs students and just about anybody who wants to get involved with space exploration. now have that platform to go do so and that's what's important about settling on the moon so i want to get a little geeky right here for the science nerd center audience and also just for the general public so we know scientifically what it is that we have to explore ryan talk to us about some of the unanswered questions that we still have from the last trip to the moon what is there left that we don't know about what is there left to learn scientifically yeah well we could spend several episodes talking just about that question but kind of some high level things that we haven't answered there's a lot we still don't know about the different types of volcanism on the moon there's a lot we don't know about the impact history the age of different basins which if we can get that kind of information we can know a lot about the impact history not only of the moon but of earth and the inner
solar system and by impact history you mean so what these were asteroids or these for these explosions or these were hits on the moon yeah so yeah asteroids impact in the moon you know over what time frames is that happened had there been spikes and the impact history throughout history throughout the moons history. you know there's a lot you know there's a recent discoveries of water ice on the moon but we don't know what forms this water's in you know is it you know solid ice beneath the surface is it mixed in with the soil on the moon we don't know and these are just you know a couple of things you know we could hit on topics regarding their lunar atmosphere and the interior of the moon the actual regolith there's just so much we don't actually know and we need to go back to answer all these questions. in years that we essentially when we made you discoveries the old question.
indeed we stand. at the end of the moon but also we found. out again these are. signs of the moon would be key to. just and beautiful at the very least leaving our story very bitter because this word has come up twice what it is that when it is not simply a key in a brand as you will but also in the future we are going to take samples. and as a state we are going to do science from did a school to observe the beginning of the universe look for extra to a source of edition and also we do science on the moon we bring life to the surface of the moon so yes go ahead go ahead rob meant it to answer your question about walking as so vulcanism on the moon isn't quite the same as what you might think about walking as i'm on the earth you know there's there's no large volcanoes sitting on the surface spewing lava. and the moon is not what we consider active so there's no volcanism currently taking place however if you look up at the moon you
know often see light and dark features and the darker that this little rubber flows are or assaults so that's kind of the main type of optimism you see this is generally lava flows that have welled up from inside of the moon and solidified on the surface but there's all sorts of different types there's some explosive explosive all cannick products on the moon there's areas that are solicitor are not as iron rich is typical basalt like you might see on the near side of the moon or hawaii for example to play a terrestrial analog so there's a lot of questions about the duration of optimism when did it happen what types are there what kind of materials were produced so that's kind of what i mean i don't as i'm i think the focus of grow this recent rush back to them is sort of focused on the south pole and because of the indian mission the chandran mission chandran one mission over the last decade we've had
a really good look at the salt hole of the moon and what scientists are discovering there is that there's ice beneath the surface now we don't know if that is filled with regular. we don't know if that ice is in solid rock but we currently don't have the technology to well to mind that ice because we don't know how to but we just study it this ice but that could be a resource for a fuel for oxygen just for general life support but i think going back to what ryan was saying about walking is a very important aspect. relating to this terrain and when it comes to the terrain of the south pole especially it's far rougher than what neil armstrong and buzz aldrin walked around on her and remember it's on a permanent shell so it's dark and it's cold and it i don't think it ever gets above minus 250 degrees yeah you're going to hear you're making it sound very enticing very robin here if we could take a step back i mean there's
a lot of people talking about how incredible this all is obviously space exploration is exciting even for those of us who don't understand the intricate inner workings of it elizabeth rainey on our you tube live tad asking this question admitting that the space race is an amazing achievement for all humans but saying i hope it doesn't become another form of colonize ation and this has been at code even on twitter by a lot of people saying seeing as how we've already trashed this planet from the immediate space around it to the deepest parts of the ocean why should we as an obviously subpar species be allowed to leave our trash heap and go destroy someplace else you talk about needing to exploit resources bernard what you know what would you answer to people. moved to new we did a system able to wait for an emission for human kind even follows a wrist of playfulness and so we have to go 1st to see what he.
meant and then we go viz robots but. at least respectful what he sent it so we are going eventually. basically we have long been told of what we could use maybe just if they don't use direction to stop these to the human to get fuel. into poetry economy but they do each of these respect and also there are some areas we could use the settlement but we also put to him the future like we do we don't talk. so you're saying that this time we'll do a better will do it right i want to share with all of you a little clip from amazon c.e.o. and blue origin founder jeff bezos so this is on may 9th and he was on bailing his plans for returning humans to the moon and he was also agreeing with the trump administration's push to do this all within the next 5 years have a look 1st president pence just recently said it's the stated policy of this is
ministration and the united states of america to return american astronauts to the moon within the next 5 years i love this it's the right thing to do it's time to go back to the moon this time to stay so he loves it take a look here you see see that web page for blue origin and they are working on a robotic lunar lander called blue moon so ryan take us through this are you as excited as jeff bezos is or are you worried at all because the next 5 years sounds too soon. yeah you know i'm definitely i would say i am as excited as he is if not more because i have been in the inner community for a while and i would love to have you know my own apollo to see humans back on the things i'm concerned about the timing is really short i'm not saying we can't do it but there's a lot of infrastructure that still needs to be in place and we need to have a rocket that's ready to go into the lander that's ready to go we need to have ash
in knots who are who are trained not only to fly these things but trained and field geology and how to actually do science once they're on the moon and how to exploit the resources so there's a lot of work that needs to be done but i think it's very feasible and i'm excited to see all of the excitement from the administration and the commercial companies. so and so i know you're excited and you know there are many optimists or time into this conversation i don't want to be too negative but because there are some critics on twitter are for now saying listen trying to put a caveat on his previous trade saying don't get me wrong i mean i want us to eventually be a spacefaring species i mean with the universe however i work from a place of realism our species has not earned the right to go permanently off planet we need to clean up our messes here before we explore there rob and you're nodding there is another tweet from kyle william marston and this is what we love to see when a conversation happens online saying replying to him saying well i totally respect your view i remain an optimist but also a pessimist i think humanity is shouldn't go extinct and to ensure that happens we
need to be a space faring species what do you think robyn i mean is that a fair criticism that there are going to go ahead those both these individuals are correct and my answer for that is i think that space can help us start to fix ourselves here on earth too ready i think it's you know we've all over the past decade we've looked to the internet we look to social media as a great united or and it's turned out not to be but i think in space exploration we can make it cheap and we can make it accessible to the everyday person i thing. there's a new frontier to be explored there's new technology to be made and i think it's going to be an even playing field i think on this new frontier and it will be great you know. i just i love that optimism as well but i also i'm kind of still chuckling at that the person who tweeted and called humans a subpar species so i want to put this to your attention this from the united
nations office for outer space affairs i'm sure you're all familiar with that the treaty on principles governing the activities of states in the exploration and use of outer space around 1067 countries around the world agreed to a set of rules on governing exploration and using space and one of those things was that it was supposed to be free for exploration and for use only for peaceful purposes so you see headlines like this this is from defense one pentagon wants to test a space based weapon and 2023 that's on one side of that bet that spectrum on the other side that will do is just today this headline dropped back to southern russia signed joint statement on no 1st placement of weapons in outer space this from the international news bernard you're trying to jump in there what does it make things go for it. all just countries who greet. you no. no you can it does need to give you the moon you could of destruction you could.
do you have to. do it to reach. sun to st bernard bernard no no disrespect i just want to quickly push back on that i mean you could say many countries here on earth have signed many treaties and then violent designs here on earth hold on they violated them here on earth so what's to suggest that they want to the same on the moon. was the state of a good treaty because this was so new a time of we need all of conflict and if only it was the best way to have a space for peaceful purposes because then you could mostly do economy development that you know she could use e t and you know like on the international space station it's a place of peace between countries which have no tension conflict space is used for exchange for full knowledge and also for for peace so i think he knows the country so tough but if i did the treaty keep to it even. gives us china all of them
so let's keep dystrophy but i need i need to point out that if this is coming from the united nations the u.n. really has the ability to enforce its laws and regulations here on the planet i don't see them i don't see these treaties being upheld and i can tell you right now there i don't know if you can really define them as offensive weapons but there's a defense of weapons in the form of satellites and experimental technology being launched to orbit right now without the permission of anybody and i know that you. just agreed to do. is to do it in the space around us but it's still be done on the moon so the moon is we do a continent of peace so when we expose a moon we start he's a peaceful approach from here and i want to believe everything you're saying and i really do and so i am going to for this moment no i am i think it makes sense why not but i do have a question that's coming in i in our live you tube chad maybe ryan you can answer this he tender a rapper saying wait a minute who has
a story over the. you know no one no one has that authority i mean there is this treaty that's been signed but essentially no one owns the. you know the u.s. is gone and we played it flags but we don't own that soil beneath you know the landers there so no one owns it no one really truly has that authority it's just like bernard said it's a peaceable place we hope that everyone who who plans to send a lander or a spacecraft to the moon does it with the intention of exploring and learning and you know getting humans out yonder but you don't need to know you'll need to because the deep sea with nobody owns it but you can go fishing there on the moon result ownership you still have to go to rekey to deploy to to there to to fish or to explode the resources and then after we have to discuss how we distribute the bit if each of the sources so that's an interesting debate do we can we use it also
for the rest of the road what path you key for the one that is investing in putting to toulon so now are you actually have a retirement plan you're thinking yeah i mean it's about that i don't know most of we are working on a movie. or t.v. dish on the moon base and in 20 years i plan to retire on the moon. but that's you're talking about you know we're going to take a look at the animations on the european space agency and its purpose of our moon abilities that you're talking about so talk us through why this excited me and why does this not scare here and yet we have a soul these are lenders that we have designed we go 1st in all beat and here we have looked to. be dug we start out and then we played some structures we want to examine with a street d. printed structure the tile of looted by robots and then we come these human soul he said leave some of the 1st arsenal to do it in 10 years we have some 10 us who know their own. to near the peak of it to know it's check it on twitter and
a no based on the experience that we have. but something to the show's decision we use. the moon also do something it's a place where defun thought this can be just something so someone just. robot there to sleep $1515.00 a candle only comes structure which is very light it's not going to take some. housing juvie you can deploy it. as a robot if you take it you don't notice. and i think you might have thought that. it could be ready for use in noticed if you are an artist and do become you want to live i hope so no doubt but a quick question just to snap back to reality robin we have a tweet from there saying all states venturing to the lunar surface are nuclear powers doesn't this make sense to someone here and a lot of other tweets asking about why it's single nations working on this rather
than working together your thoughts quickly robin i don't think it's single nations yes the nations may be covering a lot of the cost but these kinds of missions whether it be in the moon or mars on require the efforts of universities reese research companies private companies manufacturers people busy who train astronauts you know there this is an international effort and i think we're not seeing the many pieces connecting right now but when it comes time to go to mars the 1st humans there will be an international effort everybody's going to have their hands on it it will be a crew of ross cosmos jacks nasa astronauts it's going to be the most expensive thing and it's going to be the most complex thing we've ever done so go back to the moon go back to mars no matter how much how much conflict there is and how much up complimentary everyone's going to have their fingers in the pie right robyn we shall see rob and i have to leave it there robin for a night and ryan thank you so much for being part of this discussion today that's
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build a new india for the incumbent prime minister says as he claimed victory in the 6 week long general election there under morsi thank forces for their faith in his party and for giving him another 5 years in office earlier more that the people's minds is for a strong and inclusive india we begin our coverage with this reports from sale run in new delhi. the count is not even over but other headquarters the celebrations have begun. supporters are confident of victory could this be a 2nd consecutive government in the making the votes of hundreds of millions of indians are being collated and candidates and their agents are focusing on the district centers and each constituency. election commission says the turnout was the largest in indian election history more than 600000000 people voted out of 900000000 that were eligible to take part in the 6 week election the issues are
very clear for some. people have voted for nationalism for the good of the country and for development work done by modi they trust modi. people that. this election has been one of the most divisive in modern indian history i think the security issue has been projected in a way that people's imagination was fixed on that and then use. feeding them constantly medion that so it seems that in the post independence india the 1st time for the 1st time security issue has become such a big issue. india has 29 states and 7 union territories and is the world's largest democracy there are over 8000 candidates all fighting for 543 seats in the lok sabha the incumbent prime minister narendra modi and his b j p party won the last election with a landslide victory of the 1st majority led government since 1904 repeating that in
2019 might be difficult but early exit polls suggest modi is heading to victory once again. well earlier we heard from the main opposition challenger rahul gandhi he congratulated modi on the results so far many campaign. during the campaign i said the people will decide who will rule the country and they have made a decision so firstly let me congratulate prime minister murty i must also thank my party workers for putting up a tough fight our battle is of ideology and vision and the people seem to have chosen to be j.p. . well so how raman joins us now live from the capital new delhi so how that sounded an awful lot like a concession speech there from rahul gandhi was the latest for you on. this it did sound like a concession speech but at the moment the opposition parties and he's just one of them not conceded defeat to new and remote i mean liberal gandhi went on to say
that you know much of the matter was i have been asked and the insults that i have faced i've always treated everyone else with respect and as you say you congratulated the government or went on to say to congress workers that they should not be afraid of the future and of course while he sort of perhaps is looking as wins along with many other opposition leaders in various parts of the country bewildered by yet another landslide victory in the making for the b j p in reality the leader himself the prime minister narendra modi a short while ago within the last hour and a half arrived at the j.p. headquarters in new delhi jubilant at a potential victory of course it is a victory but quite humbled and this is what he had to say. during my campaign i appealed to the people to vote for the beattie for a new india they have responded to my appeal and i am humbled i bow my head and thank them all. if you are actually watching these election
results unfold you might think it's very strange scenario for the indian general election not to be declared at the moment and that all the election commission can do is actually declare how the voting is god and he's actually in the lead while they try and do this to the best of their ability and if you imagine there are 600000000 votes to be counted both by paper but the majority by electronic voting machine verified notify and then concluded to the agreement of all of the candidates it is actually a very long process that goes on into the. middle of the night look quite sure whether the election commission will declare the election victory for the b j p but at the moment we have as many as 49 seats for the b j p to claim that they are leading in over $252.00 constituencies the same cannot be said for the opposition parties. they have even broken a 100 at the moment so we wait and see more than likely will have
a much better oid year of what that majority will look like on friday. raman thanks very much indeed so let's take a look now at some of the issues that by mr modi is likely to face in that 2nd term or 1st they've got unemployment which is at its highest level in nearly half a century and it's a particular concern among young people then of course there are the farmers who face more crop prices and mounting debts income assistance in the last budget helped ease some of that anger but many say more needs to be done and then of course there was a rise in attacks against muslims during moseys 1st term and despite says message of inclusion soon after winning his party has been accused of discrimination against minorities. let's say with this certain scenario is a spokesman for prime minister moody's b j p party he joins us now on skype from
the daily thank you so much for speaking so soon singer this has been a very good day for you we could argue with you think the b j p one so decisively. well years since we're in an absolutely historic work league because after 97 q one went in there i go and he won a 2nd dome with a robust majority i think after 42 years this is the 1st time a city prime minister has been has been this before minutes and the saudi speaks about the door going to trust in the going to feed the implicit faith that people on the going tree have in our were a woman and the. prime minister there in them or the now there are 2 your poor factors which are responsible which bitch are primarily responsible for this victory number one you know those social empowerment schemes which show had a great delivery mechanism and under this government that reached was and sections of the society which are deprived of it so whether it does you know the
predominately housing scheme which reaches to the rich from wades or low cost housing to the poor or who are the electrification all of these are in fact which of what really should get or what the cost can't collisions which would previously come into play unfortunately the opposition you know somehow isn't that they walk it wouldn't realise that in the last i realized the good people of this country. have shown about it a change in the way they think about issues now but the 1st time around the opposition leader actually or thought of me or a scheme quoting me i read in 72 cows in trapeze what have been transferred to the bank accounts of the poorest people can you imagine that this country actually used up 3 be awful for the 1st time because they believed in the gentleman social transformation and that that's the discipline which which this government that's being given to achieve in the last 4 or 5 years and that really is the most
remarkable achievement of mr morgan and they're just the same if. you don't know the elections across the country and you know in a country as as complex and as a worse as the. elections are. universal you know cross the country when do you say that no. but until a few months ago moody's government had been coming in for a rather tough time they promised this economic transformation back in 2014 and critics argue that it has been rather piecemeal in fact it wasn't until tensions with pakistan started to started to escalate more to began to swing in the polls again. no i think you know bird national security somehow people have to stand in c. to be dismissive of the entire issue of national security they believe that generally of national security as an issue should not walk and that is that by itself is a huge misconception which has been shattered in these elections of 3 of us who
were once at a rather get your approach to do expect a son now does prime minister doc's business we have always been open to a good day's work by a good standard for the 1st time we have what seemed to that pakistan needs to be here and so and that message has gone down very well but the with the waters now when it comes to the other issues the economic issues and i do believe that the job crisis situation has been far exaggerated because you know we have consistently reported we have reported a 7 percent plus g.d.p. growth in the last 4 or 5 years which cannot be jobless drop. in fact of the nature of employment has changed the world and so india do is experiencing that in fact we had a recent report from a trade what is on the roster now trade body in that country which has at least $4.00 draws jobs jobs have been have been created only the embassy me sector which
is the medium and small scale industries so i think all of these issues have been exaggerated far beyond their real you know the situation and the has and the opposition have actually. also during these elections ok and just briefly as you say may progress on the economic issues but they're under what he has called for a more inclusive ends here in saying this is he recognising the stark to visions in the country divisions which movie have energized the b.g.p. base and arguably to limit that back to me. see that again is you know is an issue which has been exaggerated far more than what the real situation on the ground is on the other hand we believe that we have put an end to go to the minority appeasement russian been going on for for the last 70 years and which in effect was just once a bill for them.
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