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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 188  Al Jazeera  July 8, 2019 3:32am-4:01am +03

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had cases where bodies are stuck deep in the water or in the surrounding brush. at a nearby camp for migrants we met 2 brothers from cuba they've been here for almost a month while their asylum cases are processed in the us they tell us it's quite common for migrants to get impatient and take to the river but we're not. there was one night we're 80 people cross to others across the river 20 or 30 at a time including children sometimes younger than 2 years old single on the campus become a temporary home to more than 300 asylum seekers most of them are from west africa haiti and cuba. but not of those from angola he's been at the camp for more than a month he plays music most days to pass the time. we're expecting to wave here to 3 or 4 months because there are many people ahead of us on the asylum list. many of the people we spoke to at the camp like that of not to say they plan to wait as long as it takes to cross into the u.s.
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legally. but illegal crossings at the rio grande they have increased in recent months and so have drownings we're at a municipal cemetery n.p.r.'s neda us mexico where the bodies of migrants who died trying to cross into the united states are often brought in have these wooden crosses placed over their graves and this one here simply reads mail not identified pulled out of the rio approximately 300 meters from the black bridge in the models neighborhood. there are several other graves of unknown migrants nearby the groundskeeper told us he buried 8 drowning victims just last week. back at the river looking just across the water in the u.s. soil authorities say they will continue the search operation for one week as per protocol we've been told however that at this stage now several days since a child went missing the odds of finding her alive are very good but it about to. be that us neda's mexico. falling in the shadow of the world's highest mountains is
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never been easy climate change is making it even more difficult as the we mistrust the reports from les paul villages are having to come up with innovative ways to grow their crops because of the lack of water. there is a drought here and garbage district but cultivates he doesn't seem to be suffering this canopy of green has been made possible because people here have changed the way they've farmed. the village tap runs only for a few hours a day come in at the mills and i says the farmers don't waste any water every drop is trained to do this pool for their crops. yet. as the temperatures have risen so too have the number of pairs i mean have any. earlier we want over there and we would literally spray the village with chemicals these are much better. she is referring to the eco friendly campus she uses now gone are the chemicals that once
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made her body ache and gave her headaches i wanted a few years ago these streams were a constant source of water now it's just a trickle the springs that feed into these streams have all but dried up people here say the monsoon rain patterns have changed the rain still come but they are now followed by long periods of drought in the international center for integrated mental development easy mode climate change scientists on both the shasta says people across the region should prepare for disasters caused by a changing climate. this includes prolonged period of drought intercepted by floods from intense monsoons for others it could bring floods from the accelerator die smells of the emitter and gracious this is also out of it so this is the picture. later in 2016 nearly $200.00 nations signed the paris accord that seeks to limit
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any average global temperature rise to one and a half degrees celsius but even if that goal is met scientists predict that by the year turned $100.00 at least one 3rd of the glaciers in the region will have melted managing those extremes so that's going to be the most important factor. in the future of this region for now the farmers of this village are coping but they don't know for how long swedish russia topic district and. also the head of al-jazeera in smalltalk we live in france says the u.s. rights are starting tight for with the women's football wild card. one of the last remaining ancient forests in southeast asia is a lifeline to hundreds of lumberjacks and drive as. we follow
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their treacherous journey as they walk through extreme conditions. to gather and transport this dangerous but precious cargo risking it all. on al-jazeera. to his supporters hungary's prime minister is a guardian of europe's borders the ramparts against migrant told. to others. is an authoritarian demagogue whose far right agenda poses a significant threat to democratic values. people in power investigates the leader taking his country to extremes. hungary europe's bad boy on a. comeback
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now the brazilian musician as the father of the boss' son of a has died at his home in rio de janeiro. was 88. the girl from ipanema was a global 1964 track from his multi-million selling grammy winning album it helped popularize the fusion of samba and jazz known as the bossa nova sound fellow artist say he's left a huge musical legacy. felix contreras hosts of the outlets you know show on national public radio in the u.s. he says getting better so was hugely influential in brazil and beyond. to is one of
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these kind of people that you can put a marker down and talk about what the world was like before him and what the world was like after him because he had such a profound influence on music on the culture and society there in brazil and what he did was he didn't really create he sort of created something new but more more he transformed it transformed the samba that you mentioned before he transformed it into something sort of stripped it down to it as it's down to the pulse really and just with his guitar technique and his voice that you hear on the break right there and a little bit of music transformed it because it's very boisterous very loud very festive it's like an extrovert paradise. bossanova just the complete opposite and that's what he helped establish and decide it would take another generation to really understand his influence and his impact on brazilian music and music in general because bossa nova had a huge influence on jazz had
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a huge influence on popular music there was a special relationship between the united states and brazil and they spoke the same language and the bus in over was one of those things that helped bring those 2 countries together and those those kind of things are some of some of his legacy as well. it's time to catch up with all the sports news the never too andy thank you so much sammy will the u.s.s. celebrates in the 2nd consecutive women's world cup title they beat the netherlands so you know in the final in france goals from meghan repay now and rose vale securing the trophy for a record full song reports of poor a student is now live from the stadium in leon full the u.s. deserve what is in this one. well one day a couple of hours after the end of the match now you might just be able to see behind me the last few 100 american fans disappearing on the tram back into leon and i think they're far enough away for me to say that the usa were possibly
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a little bit lucky and not match the 1st goal the pit the penalty that was read by v.a. are rather soft decision i think i think anyone who's not american watching this watching this tournament will possibly think that's a little bit of a soft decision however rose lavelle's winner is one of those goals that just takes all the arguments away to nail. it in 1906 and then scored one of the the great goals in football history you can't really argue about the 1st one anymore so i think they were quite lucky with the 1st goal it did obviously have a big impact on the match but again the usa did show that they are after all is said and done the best team they have the best game management they've got the best experience they never panic and they put themselves in the situations where they can get those decisions and i think they are overall worthy winners definitely of this tournament i'm sure we were saying this sort of 4 years ago paul but do you
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think this tournament's been a bit of a breakthrough for women's football globally. i think it has and the you know there's been there's been those breakthrough moment scene in women's football the 999 world cup with the sellout crowds in the u.s. the iconic moment of brandy chust day in scoring the winning penalty in the final against china an image that went around the world possibly more iconic than anything this tournament's seen we seen the the top 2015 expanded to to more teams allowing the netherlands to get their 1st taste of world cup football that has brought them here but i think this tournament is really when women the women's world cup women's football has really entered the mainstream i think it started to be taken incredibly seriously now as you mentioned earlier a 1000000000 viewers around the world of this tournament plans to to really push on the women's club game in europe i think this tournament has been
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a real watershed moment and what will the world cup potentially look like in 2023 well we've already had feet for president jonny in front of you know saying he wants to expand the tournament again from 24 teams to $32.00 doubling the prize money from $30000000.00 up to $60000000.00 now that's still nothing near what the men got in russia last year 400000000 dollars and in fact victorious usa player megan rapinoe said just yesterday that $60000000.00 still isn't enough let's double let's let's double that again and then double it until we get up to the level of the man megan rapinoe also reiterating that she won't be going to the white house to see donald trump. the u.s. say going from the pitch now to their off the pitch battle against their own
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federation to try and get equal pay with a men's team yeah a ticker tape parade planned for manhattan on wednesday unlikely to be going anywhere near trump tower think thank you so much paul in for us. in their 1st ever africa cup of nations madagascar into the quarterfinals their last 16 side with the democrats or a public of congo ended suit syria after 90 minutes in extra time madagascar have just gone through 42 on a penalty shoot outs now the shock exit of hosts egypt on saturday's cost courage his job just hours after a very $10.00 defeat to south africa in the last 16 have a queer eye was fired argentina kept city on messi has claimed the copper america is corrupt and that the tournament has been fixed to benefit hosts brazil messi was sent off for just the 2nd time in his career and saturday's 3rd is chile argentina won the game $21.00 but the national football association complaining about the standard of refereeing event organizer responded by saying messi is comments
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represent a lack of respect brazil piper ruin the copper final in a few hours' time. might send a sin remains the man to catch after the 2nd stage of cycling sort of fronts the dutchman was part of the jambo vicinity who won the time trial ahead of see many your sin brussels on sunday service and holds a 10 2nd lead in the general classification and mark has won the german moto g.p. to achieve the feat of 10 straight years of victories that the sachsenring the honda rider and defending world champion beating fellow spaniard maverick for now is to stretch his lead in the championship to 58 points now after 9 races mark his 1st win at this circuit in moto 3 in 2010 followed by 2 victories in the moto 2 category and he's won the last 7 german might sochi. n.b.a. star anthony davis is officially an l.a. lakers player the 26 year old 6 time all star will be paired with le bron james now the lakers missed out on the players last season and the franchise hasn't won
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a championship since super 1000 and said. ok more reaction from the women's world cup the lights are on but that is it for me for find someone that brings us to the end of this news out will be back in a moment with more of the day's news though so stay with us and i'll just. can the unrest in mali be stopped the situation is not easy there is not a magical law has the united nations failed to protect the people and help end the
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violence special representative of the un security general from ali mohamed salah hina deef talks to al jazeera. across the united states indigenous families are searching for their loved ones for relatives of people who go missing finding closure is often impossible people are meeting here to raise money for the search efforts of a young woman advocates and family members have started to raise awareness about the high rates of violence they disproportionately impact indigenous communities most tribal police departments are understaffed and under resourced another factor is that tribes don't have jurisdiction over non-native americans for all crimes there but a lot of concerns that the federal agencies don't respond that they don't take these crimes seriously a lack of evidence is the main recent federal officials for declining to prosecute crimes on reservations that should be the end of the discussion. there should be
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then a ok let's see what went wrong in this case why the is no evidence or why the evidence isn't but now. and make sure that doesn't happen. on counting the cost $3.00 decades after the collapse of the soviet union russia is engaging with africa to raise its political clout and we look at the economics behind thirty's decision to buy vs $400.00 and f. 35 stealth bomber counting the cost on a. greek exit polls show kerry at its attack on the new democracy policy on course for a landslide election victory. by maryam namazie and london you're with al-jazeera also coming up on the program
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iran says it has started enriching uranium to beyond the limits set out in the 2015 nuclear deal tampa's fray in hong kong as protesters gather once again to protest a controversial extradition bill. and risking a whole more migrants desperate to reach the u.s. attempt the dangerous and illegal rio grande a crossing. over we begin in greece this hour where the prime minister alexis subprocess conceded defeat in this not general election and called opposition to its attack is to congratulate him on his victory exit polls show him its attacks on the new democracy party are on course for an absolute majority in the parliament and could claim between 155 and 167 seats in the 300 seat parliament the sorites
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a party led by surprise looks at a game between 77 and 80 seats. the. tomorrow i will receive mr reese to talk us into the palace so to head over to him the office of prime minister as he's done in the democratic state i would like to for the vote of my heart thank all the members and friends of our party who gave a good fight you know viable conditions. john psaropoulos joins us live now from athens and john we know that the country has been through a brutal financial crisis and that was the number one issue in this election what has been reaction so far to the result. well prime minister alexis tsipras has conceded defeat earlier this evening and cause me to thank yous the prime minister elect has also received a phone call congratulating him from turkish president. that is
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a good sign given that mr fixit ickes has said he wants to improve the currently very difficult relationship between greece and turkey and the details of how he's going to do that will emerge over time he hasn't revealed any of that but it is a good it is a good opening act for that the results of the moment are showing that new democracy would take a comfortable majority of 158 seats in the 300 seat legislature. has not done badly however with all those 32 percent of the vote that's good 9 points above what it scored in european parliament elections 6 weeks ago which spoke to the prime minister into calling this snap election fearing that if he waited until the end of his term in october he might lose further support and he seems to have managed to narrow the gap even a little between cities and new democracy in these last 6 weeks of campaigning so
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he remains a very viable political force a very credible opposition leader somebody who is going to give this government to run for its money as it tries to implement difficult and sometimes unpopular reforms but this is what good is promising to do difficult and unpopular things because the end result justifies them. and tell us more about his background because he is the son of a former prime minister and he has members of the family have been part of the establishment some time how do people in greece view him. until these european parliament elections 6 weeks ago i don't think many greeks believed that its attack east was going to be prime minister or at least that he was going to be prime minister so soon he has demonstrated a consistent ability to surprise his opponents and to continue to be underestimated despite surprising them don't forget its attack this was an outsider in the race
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for the conservative party leadership in january of 2016 he ran against a person who was seen as a much stronger candidate much more populist and conservative figure and took 52 percent of 400000 votes cast nationwide by new democracy party members that was a completely unexpected result and he said when he won that he was going to start the job of reforming the party in order to reform the country here he is 3 years later a little over 3 years later actually stepping into the premiership into the executive and preparing to implement what promises to be a very ambitious program of reform if he does everything that he means to do in terms of tax cuts for those asians in health education and social security and generally bringing the country forward into the global economy rather than trying
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to protect it from it thankyou john psaropoulos with all the latest from athens. iran has started in matching uranium and by monday morning expects to surpass the concentration levels agreed as part of the 2015 u.k. deal and turan says it will continue to reduce its compliance every 60 days unless an agreement is reached to stop u.s. sanctions same reports. it is the boldest step iran has taken so far in its choreographed campaign to reduce compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal on sunday morning it announced it would start enriching uranium to higher levels than allowed under the joint comprehensive plan of action. in a few hours the technical process will come to an end and enrichment above 3.67
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percent will begin tomorrow when they. take the sample the level will be high in. iranian leaders warned for months if the international community did not help their country reap the benefits guaranteed in the way it will no longer honor its commitments the level of enrichment is unclear but senior leaders have suggested it could be as high as 5 even 20 percent still far from the 90 percent needed for weapons grade uranium there has been a flurry of diplomatic activity in recent weeks with meetings of the united nations security council and the commission in vienna there was hope that an injection of cash into instax or european bypassed u.s. banking sanctions might convince iran not to rollback cooperation in stakes. in stakes is a good 1st step is taking too long it can only be successful if europe buy some more oil well located some credit to it is not useful yet but is politically significant in a call with president hassan rouhani on saturday night french president emanuel
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acknowledged that nations had been unable to mitigate u.s. sanctions but he also warned his iranian counterpart of the consequences of weakening the deal mccrone and rouhani have agreed to a deadline of july 15th for all parties to resume talks what comes next is unclear . so far the international atomic energy agency the un's nuclear watchdog has issued 15 separate reports confirming iran's cooperation with the way when iran breached a nuclear stockpile limit last week the i.a.e.a. refrained from reporting that as a violation with this latest move that could change. everyone benefited from us adopting the. u.s. made a strategic mistake by leaving it but we will not stay in it at any cost the decision taken today is in order to preserve the j. c.p.o. a but it depends on other parties now to say the deal is fragile is to perhaps understate the complicated power dynamics at play the united states pulled out of the nuclear deal in may last year reimposing unilateral sanctions crippling an
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economy that was experiencing a long awaited period of growth since then remaining signatories to the deal have been caught in the middle of escalating tensions between to iran and washington but despite recent military escalations in the gulf at its core this dispute is economic and putting pressure on the seems to be iran's way of dealing itself a stronger hand. so what about the u.s. can attend meetings and if sanctions are lifted how would that process go 1st or land banking sanctions and then other things. before the u.s. pulled out of the deal iran was exporting up to 2800000 barrels of oil a day as one of the largest producers in the world it wants back into the international oil market for now the spokesman of iran's atomic energy agency says it will not renew work at nuclear facilities that was halted as part of the way but iran's deputy foreign minister had a warning iran can do so whenever it wants and if in the coming 60 days their
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demands are not met that's exactly what iran might do next. has been fresh violence in hong kong as protest has faced off with riot police a controversial extradition bill a standoff followed a mass rally outside a train station. which links to mainland china has more now from kalin. it's been an ill tempered ends to another day of anger on the streets of hong kong police leaving these streets of cow loom which of seeing the sunday evening in front and you stuck between protesters and police who have come in late in the day riot gear to say that basically the protest is over it is time to go home about a couple of 1000 protesters broke away from the demonstration that all denies it said comprised up to a quarter of a 1000000 people earlier in the day. they say that walked around the streets
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of kalou blocking different roads 3 police then moved in the day has to be said the police are generally kept a very low profile show a lot of restraint during the day allowing people to have their protests to vent their anger as they often have done when the demonstrations get into the kind of sizes that they have it is later in the day when the numbers dwindle but the police presence tends to build up and turning up in riot gear it really has a hinge to protest is that it is time to go home this has been another weekend of protests we have now seeing smaller protests not the kind of mass protests of 2000000 people and this protest over on cow losing side of the current side of hong kong harbor was the 1st time that the extradition bill protesters have taken their campaign to the streets they have promised more demonstrations they said this is an ongoing campaign and they haven't stopped yet. 65 rescued migrants stranded on
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board a german rescue ship that was refused entry to italy are to be transferred to a multis port where they will then be relocated to other e.u. member states despises holland government panel rescue vessels docking there dozens of migrants saved off the coast of libya have disembarked in italy warbird unmannerly has wall thirsty and exhausted but safe they survived the dangerous journey across the mediterranean from north africa after the italian charity mediterranea rescued them from the stranded. but arriving on the island of lampedusa they were surrounded by police and ordered not to disobey bark the charity says they're lucky to be alive i think. more of those new ones in that he did die such a small digging does not even gets ported by the radar they were lucky they were.


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