tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 159 Al Jazeera June 9, 2019 3:32am-4:01am +03
when the war in syria escalated turkey complained we saw sold by its nato allies were too expensive and in 2015 its partners withdrew their pet trade missiles from southern turkey turkey it then turned to russia to force its missile defenses now some say moscow is exploiting the situation here overriding variation on the side of moscow is really true trigger a political escalation between turkey and don't ited states which will have a very negative impact on the cohesion of the western alliance and they don't particularly turkey and russia say they are deal will go ahead and they will join the produce a next generation missile asked $500.00. but in retaliation the us is threatening to want agreement with turkey to produce f. $35.00 jets something that benefits turkish companies by after $12000000000.00 with a struggling economy that's hard for her to ignore while saphir possible u.s.
sanctions on the turkish defense industry could cost billions of dollars others believe the u.s. is triggering the tension to stop turkey from buying this $400.00 missile system but the common concern is that if there is a crisis with washington it could cause a recession and force the only route to lose its value even further so now because all of al-jazeera stumbled. a prominent figure in syria's rebellion has died fighting government forces and the bastard settled 1st rose to fame as an athlete but he later became known as the singer of the revolution. day on has more. he had lived his life in the spotlight but abdelbaset cerruti left it all behind for syria's revolution the 27 year old was a famous goalkeeper in homes as well as a singer and activist he chose a battleground over comfort joining sirius. belly and against president bush are
all assignment in this online video he explained why he decided to take up arms and fight against government forces. lucian will continue his journey cannot be stopped by obstacles or the government this is our land it's our country . where it is so rude was injured on thursday in northern hama province where fighting between serious army and rebels in their last stronghold hasn't answered by in recent months he died on saturday a fate it seems he expected. in the lyrics to a song he wrote he predicted his death in the battlefield of so root had many followers but also enemies he survived at least 3 assassination attempts he was banned from playing football after serious government declared him a traitor salute family was certificated to the revolution 4 of his brothers and
his father were also killed in the war because they believed was worth fighting for a little piece of the jaan al jazeera how are mobile phone mobile payments continued to grow in popularity so is the dominance of the tech giants who helped drive it head of the international monetary fund says that's bad news for the global financial system christine legarde says it's given tech companies too much power access to cheap payment systems has been growing especially fast in emerging economies where traditional banks can be scarce legarde was speaking on the sidelines of a g 20 finance leaders meeting in japan tech for a very large ones that will eventually be destructive in the financial landscape because there will be using a lot of the. i'm full resources as well as must have access to data in order to actually penetrate
a field where there is market share that is for grabs. the rebels in yemen have released new images showing what they say are saudi military positions they've captured near the border the rebels say they've killed dozens of saudi soldiers near the southern city of netanya the video appears to show weapons seized from the saudi u.a.e. coalition and the wreckage of one american made drone pakistan's prime minister is promising to step up efforts to get more children in the classroom millions of kids from poor families don't go to school but it's come out harder reports many families rely on children working to support. these boys should be in school but instead they're in a few extra rupees looking at the local garden. for 900. 0. am really. really really bad i want to go to school but what can we do
my parents can't afford my school fees i work here at this other workshop to earn money for the family. it employs a director of the fact that do you think you're going to be deprived of an education or do you really making money they're learning you gave. us a little bit other it's a very be they're going to a majority of parents can't afford to send their kids to school now families need extra hands to help with the expenses so they send their kids to work but they also get trained here which might help them secure a life lee hood later. although parts governments have promised to ensure that every child didn't try to do free schooling they've been unable to encourage poor parents go to school. here in pakistan education and viewed as a basic right but modern printer 2000000 children are out of school and that number is likely to increase in. pakistan spend
a small fraction less than 3 percent of its total budget on h u k share some say that it's not enough to cater to the needs of an expanding population more than 20000000 children out of schools in pakistan and this is a product of concern president go to the mint and the main reason is the population will grow to one of the high yesterday the sole tisha the 2nd is the lack of resources we don't hold there much of the source. critics say if the new government led by a man khan is serious about getting more children to attend school it needs to matter to words with action that al-jazeera islam of. all right when we come back in sports novak djokovic missing his chance to win a 4th straight grand slam title.
after decades of being programmed with instructions data hungry computers can only on their own identifying patterns and predicting human behavior. artificial intelligence could monitor ombudsman. and decide on a future big picture to coach the world according to ai and exposes the bias inside the machine. on al-jazeera. this is a really fabulous news for one of the best i've ever worked in there is a unique sense of bonding where everybody teams in. something i feel every time i get on the chair every time i interview someone. often working round the clock to make sure that we bring events as i currently as possible to the viewer that's what people expect of us and that's what i think we really do well.
sport is any thank you has tennis as a new french open champion ashley brassy of australia clinching victory and a maiden grand slam title with a dominant performance against czech teenager marchesa vondish over the harding. there were lots of firsts for the 2 players competing in the french open final. and neither had made it this far in a grand slam tournament. australian ashley barty up against checkmark at the vancouver show ever. vondra chauvel looked nervous and this
final party took advantage of it and took the 1st set $61.00 in less than half an hour was 23 year old barty quit tennis for more than a year to try her hand cricket then in 2007 team she swapped her bat back for racquet it looks to have been a good decision as barty continued to dominate this match she sealed the deal 6163 with the when she'll move from 8 to 2nd in the world rankings it's unbelievable i'm a little bit speechless it's incredible i played the perfect match today i'm so proud of myself my team but it's just been a crazy 2 weeks. party represents a 1st for her country as well she's the 1st australian to win the tournament since 1703. and with wins like this it's unlikely to be her last year harding al-jazeera. will never joke that she's missed the
chance to win a full strike grand slam title dominate same basing the world number one in 5 sets in the semifinal and he'll face rafa nadal in sunday's final 12 months ago no doubt being the australian straight sets some time for the sort of joke of each not happy with the playing conditions this time. i mean obviously when you're playing in the curie king could kind of conditions you know it's hard to perform your best you know it's really just kind of surviving in this kind of conditions and trying to hold your serve and play you know. one ball more than your opponent into in the court that's what it felt like playing yesterday to be honest now the former head of afghanistan football federation has been given a lifetime ban by the game's world governing body face an independent ethics committee said care meeting karen was guilty of sexually abusing players in the women's national team had been accused of repeatedly assaulting players i've rafah 5 year period. its hands are up to one when away from sitting at 1st ever n.b.a.
title i.v. defending champions the golden state warriors it's a 31 series late for a small ripples so the water hole can be met when the raptors were hoping for the improbable be the warriors on home turf for the 2nd game you know but. nobody stepped in their way those stats curry who helped put golden state in the thad joining him in that mission the return from injury of clay thompson 3. times it again was i was told was. toronto had their work cut out for that a while leonard putting them back into the game and with the back of raptors pull over a began. to challenge such hail as he was still missing out on whether he went 3 knocks at death was trying to winning 105292 pushing the defending champions to the
pouring of elimination is not over yet so again he said oh we're better. you know just a kid tonight when i was pretty much all you guys know playing defense and you know towards a 2nd now we started to make some shots and we just pretty much stuck until he stayed in and. just flipped this whole series on his head and and. you do one game it's a cliche in and for us. that's literally the only way we're going to get your back in this series is give everything we've got for 40 minutes everybody as those who are on the floor gave. the raptors went into this series as the underdogs they're now the favorites to win the championship the series returns to canada after game 5 i find out is they're at.
a rapid century from jason roy helped hosts england on their whites win in fact sick one of the bangladesh in the cricket world cup roy smushing 153 in cardiff is england hit back from their loss against pakistan last time out hunting his scoring 386 the 6 shecky al-hassan gave bangladesh cope with a 95 ball century in reply ben stokes balls him out for a 121 i had a finished up all out for 280 and winning by a 106 rolls. denniston of lost the right thing see games in a struggling against new zealand new zealand on track to chase down a victory target of 173 and recalled their 3rd straight wins about 7 david warner hospitalized a local net ball after hitting him on the head with the bulls are net practice the incident holding the session while the poll was taken for precautionary treatment in hospital. they play india on sunday in the next game.
ok more for me the latest from the cricket world cup and the rest of the thanks for coming in for me and great stuff and they will look forward to that and that is it for this news hour as always there's lots more on our website c.n.n. dot com that's it for me as i'm sleepy and all of us here in dakar colleagues in london with more news in a couple. stories generate thousands of headlines with different angles from different perspectives
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president reopens the border with colombia giving thousands the chance to access desperately needed food and meds said. the u.s. ambassador to israel criticized after he backs israel and its plan to annex parts of the occupied west bank. more mass protest in albania as opposition supporters take to the streets to rally against the prime minister and demand new elections. and protest leaders say they have been disastrous and oppressive developments aiming at breaking it civil disobedience campaign planned for sunday and they're accusing the military of rejecting mediation efforts after 5 members of the opposition were arrested in follows a military crackdown on monday when security forces stormed a sit in and doctors say more than $100.00 people were killed additional name has more. mohammed went from shaking hands with ethiopian prime minister abi
mid to a jail cell in one day the sudanese opposition leader was part of a delegation that met akhmed after we arrived in khartoum on friday to act as a mediator he is one of several opposition members arrested during saturday morning raids their arrests are expected to hamper efforts to reopen talks between the opposition and the military earlier this week more than 100 protesters were killed in a crackdown by the military hunta the opposition has issued a list of demands including restoring freedom of the press and access to the internet before they'll return to negotiations 1st the military council needs to recognize that the crime was committed secondly there needs to be an international investigation into the dispersal of the sit in fairly old political detainees and
old political prisoners held by the previous regime need to be released the transitional military council hasn't said whether those demands will be met by the president of the transitional military council abdel fatah or han confirmed that the council is open for negotiations and reaching a solution at any time and god willing this mediation will have a good result. protesters have called for the immediate withdrawal of the paramilitary group the rapid support forces they are accused of raping and murdering protesters including children but some doubt that's possible i do have hope but i'm also worried because. the militia group of sudan has been suspended from the african union the u.n. wants to send a team into the country as soon as possible to investigate and monitor events want accountability. and also. we
want annual military. to have. a mission to hand all that civil suit billions there's a. force is a general strike is planned for sunday despite the internet blackout and restrictions on journalists protesters are pushing out videos on social media to ensure the world gets a clearer view of what's happening in sudan natasha going to al-jazeera sudan's preciously to say the military is not a widespread intimidation campaign targeting employees at banks the electricity company and airports research as you were interviewing us says the arrests of opposition members is a troubling development. well it's very worrying especially given it took place just after another well important visit of the year to
a chicken prime minister and an important move from the african union to sanction sudan so it indicates that at least some part of the security apparatus would not pay much attention to the international players so at least $2.00 of those african neighbors and that's warring well was the opposition leaders will be not from the position who went back to classroom but certainly been greater because they have taken some risk but they really hope that they will be released soon and safe. thanks to rain and president nicolas maduro has authorized the reopening of the border with colombia at the crossing there quickly tat thousands of people began the day in long queues many intend to buy food and medicine because of shortages and high
costs and venezuela and some are amputee has this update from bogota. thousands of in a sweat and started lining up in the early hours of saturdays just hours after president nicolas maduro announced the reopening of the bridges the formal crossings between colombia and venezuela we've seen long lines especially in the city of main entry point into colombia where tens of thousands of innocents on a daily basis cross to try and find food medicine and axis medical services that they have a hard time getting back at home thousands of venezuelans were lying on illegal crossings on dirt paths that are controlled by criminal gangs while the border was closed so this is definitely. a very good this is definitely very good news for thousands of in use weapons that need to cross into colombia daily basis in the
meantime inside the. political fight continues between the government and the opposition we've seen doing rallies in and around us and the leader of the opposition plan way though though said that he's not interested in continuing and negotiations with the government that were attempted in oslo in europe as long as my daughter does not accept to put a date for early elections to try and solve this political crisis in venezuela just a day after a deal between the u.s. and mexico on tariffs and immigration migrants continued to make the journey between. and mexico southern border mexico has deployed 6000 members of its national guard to its border with russia mara to try to stem the flow of migrants to the u.s. and the u.s. and suspended plans to impose tariffs on all mexican goods as part of the deal.
d.c. . the u.s. threat to impose punitive tariffs on mexico led to a week of intense negotiations ending in a last minute accord president donald trump announced in a tweet the united states of america has reached as signed agreement with mexico the tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the u.s. on monday against mexico are hereby indefinitely suspended mexico in turn has agreed to take strong measures to stem the tide of migration through mexico and to our southern border this is being done to greatly reduce or eliminate illegal immigration coming from mexico and into the united states mexican foreign minister marcello said the 2 sides reached a compromise but he said it was i think it's a fair balance because the u.s. had more drastic proposals at the start and they have reached a middle point that they agreed to support mexico's proposal to support the central american countries. mexico had already agreed to send troops to its border with
what amala to control the flow of migrants seeking asylum in the u.s. it's now also agreed the u.s. could send asylum seekers who've entered the united states back to mexico to await legal rulings on their status but the us had to give up on its earlier demand that all guatemalan asylum seekers be deported to mexico and that honduran and salvadoran asylum seekers sent to guatemala the agreement also calls for the u.s. and mexico to work together to improve economic conditions and security in impoverished crime ridden central american countries the root causes of migration the deal is a political victory for trump who has made stopping migration the central pillar of his political brand and who had faced opposition from within his party to the proposed tariffs rob reynolds al-jazeera washington. palestinian leaders have
condemned the us ambassador to israel for backing partial annexation of the occupied west bank prime minister benjamin netanyahu has promised to begin annex ing israeli settlements in the territory a move that would violate international law in an interview with the new york times' david friedman said under certain circumstances i think israel has the right or the right to retain some but unlikely all of the west bank friedman made the comments just weeks ahead of a conference in bahrain where the u.s. is part of its new peace deal one hour from need to bring him in the occupied west bank the secretary general of the p.l.o. cyber part has said that these remarks should send a message to anyone who is willing to attend them and am a conference that is expected to be held in a couple couple of weeks he says that israel wants to annex occupied territories which is considered a were crime under the international law the p.l.o. executive committee member had on our show we said that the us is justifying israel
theft of land for the has also released a statement which is the ruling party in the west bank in which it said that they don't know if ambassador friedman is advocating for the israeli settlers or if he is representing the u.s. administration's point of view now asked of that conference in manama that is expected to be held the palestinians said they weren't consulted in it and they believe that any conference that does not tackle the political aspect of the palestinian israeli conflict conflict is not going to be successful they want an end of the occupation and not a better life under it tens of thousands of albanians are taking to the streets of the capital in another week of protest against the government the rally in toronto is expected to be the biggest opposition demonstration since they began back in february. just as a demanding new elections be held they accuse prime minister of corruption and electoral fraud has denied any wrongdoing and has offered resolution talks with his
rivals or drugs or opposite joins me from albanian capital john any chance that death is will get what they want. to laurent they make it part of what they want they have been demanding a cancellation of the june 30th local elections for 61 municipalities across the country they don't want those to take place and no democratic party opposition candidates are standing for those elections it is just the socialist party fielding its candidates that's the ruling party of prime minister eddie rama they say that these elections if the government goes in the head and holds them will be a sham and they shouldn't be held to trial the 2nd thing they're demanding is a general election instead and he rather has said he's going to proceed with the local election and he has made no noise is concerning an early general election his term in office still has 2 years to run.