tv The Bottom Line 2019 Ep 1 Al Jazeera October 24, 2019 2:32pm-3:00pm +03
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trump said it was time that someone else fight over this blood stained sand white house correspondent complete health that reports he promised a withdrawal but on wednesday u.s. president donald trump announced that some american troops will remain in syria trump says a u.s. brokered cease fire between turkey and kurdish fighters known as the s.d.f. was a success as a result u.s. sanctions opposed on turkey earlier this month are no war so the sanctions will be lifted or less something happens that we're not happy with. trump left open the possibility there could still be new sanctions and tariffs on steel exports from turkey to the united states the invitation for president recha tie of error to one to visit the white house next month is also still on for now trump says it may happen in the meantime he says america's work in syria is mostly done we have done
them a great service and we've done a great job for all of them and now we're getting out let someone else fight over this long blood stayed and sand truck fired back at critics abroad pushing them to pick up where america has left off he wants washington's allies to help detain eisel fighters and repatriate them to their home countries. but trump syria policy faces domestic criticism in the u.s. congress even from within his own republican party senator mitch mcconnell is promising bipartisan legislation to push trump to cancel air to ones white house visit and halt the u.s. troop drawdown. we shouldn't need to speak up we cannot effectively support our partners on the ground without a military presence the democratic senate leader fears u.s.
actions will have grave consequences for kurdish fighters fought alongside u.s. forces to defeat eisel he's particularly concerned with reports the united states withdrawal has now allowed some eisel fighters to escape the president's incompetence with 3rd one in syria has handed isis a get out of jail free card and put simply put american lives in danger well it was about foreign policy president trumps white house address was geared to a domestic audience already campaigning for reelection president trump is keen to show he's keeping a campaign promise withdrawing u.s. soldiers from a generation of war kimberly hellcat al jazeera the white house well the change of the kurdish led syrian democratic forces has thanked moscow for its work to end hostilities in northern syria and a video conference with russia's defense minister says that he does discuss the
progress of the deal announced by russia and turkey on cheese day. the south korean prime minister and his japanese counterparts have met in tokyo at a time of heightened tension not john and they have agreed that strained relations need to be mended it's the highest level meeting since tokyo introduced export controls on materials that are crucial to the south korean tech industry and that was in response to souls demands for compensation from japan for wartime forced labor. bolivia's opposition leader is calling for mass protests to continue unless a runoff is held carlos messer says he has evidence of electoral fraud in sunday's presidential vote president evo morales has denounced the opposition demonstrations as a crew and anti-government protests in chile have become some of the biggest and most violent in nearly 30 years at least 18 people have been killed in the past 2 weeks . a police investigation is underway in the united kingdom after the bodies of that
$109.00 people were found in a container truck in a town east of london the driver has been arrested on suspicion of murder well those are the headlines and next up on al-jazeera it's circle of poison stay with us. the environment doesn't know any boundaries you know dust and pollution from china settles in the us you know nuclear radiation from chernobyl went over iceland. what goes up into the environment goes around the world and ultimately this then
layer of topsoil. maybe 6 inches of soil around this hard planet spinning in space represents the dust of our ancestors all human history and all the other creatures are in that soil and to contaminate that and the water supply in the air is an unforgivable sin it's something that will pay for as a species. in generations to come this senate agriculture committee is considering a bill that would ban the export of dangerous pesticides farm workers from abroad told lawmakers yesterday of devastating health problems from exposure to chemicals made by american companies coast to reagan former morio zimbardo used to grow bananas for export to america until he believes the pesticides sprayed on the plants made him and 800 other workers and. he told a senate committee there were times when he virtually bathed in a chemical that u.s. companies and officials knew could render men impotent if a chemical is banned or unlicensed as too dangerous to use in america should it be
morally wrong to export it somewhere else aside from morality many experts believe americans are eating these pesticides can produce grown over see the so-called circle of poison. we know the circle poison really started for me years before when i was in the peace corps in afghanistan and my wife and i were in this little remote northern town called tahlequah on has absolutely nothing to do there and. we were. board and one day we picked up some food from the american embassy when we were in kabul and she was reading the ingredients on the kool-aid packet that she'd gotten which shows there was a lot of greed in telecom and she said holy cow there's cycle mates in the us i said wait they're banned about the us government how could a banned substance end up in a poor country like afghanistan and so that started the investigation where i
started to realize that systematically anything that was banned or heavily regulated or restricted to run registered in the us was being allowed by the us government and in fact encouraged to be sent overseas almost as compensation for the companies from losing the us market. be. the least to say except pushed on the grounds that it's a very modern way to do. i remember. years ago reading a book that india is on to develop because it doesn't use pesticides and we've made poisons the measure of progress and catalytic this it's called god some countries it is so beautiful it has some of the best health indicators in the
world. 100 percent literacy and you go and spray poison. you know as a way to get any so. you actually got us in the world. for certain categories or when you need to use the 1st response in our past him back to her a series on animals. we have the disappearing of the dogs doing the chickens dying snakes dying in the in the in the planet media. initially the people were really happy because the snakes are dying the cause of dying so the nobody will know your
color will come and catch you if you can so you're happy you can walk in the plantation freely because all the snakes are gone but in a year's time they found that the chicken is also disappearing. to your spine bank they found that they can no longer keep dogs because the dogs again. suddenly you have back to disagree on human beings and when the impact became physically human beings like. the one we call brain in demand. people born with old limbs in certain cases people born with their you will and then there are things outside the body you named the human disorder which can happen to a body you see in constable. n.b. actually bend down and then start to understand the issue of. this is that and aside from the local community generally they were not. there in fact it's a place that can pass the left and there is no source of other source of pollution in that area because except for standing in each city that are so not initial every
discussed debated basis at. when we started collecting the information they said only you realize that now these things can happen. probably the signs and symptoms was in really early ninety's like 919293 that's going to be here by someone it was like we do going to some child born with something but we see a lot of new ones born with you know toxic effects the child is not exposed but their parents are exposed and the children are born with before that is happening today. in the cashew plantations of india dr new shot and his mobile medical team visit survivors of one of the worst pesticide disasters in the world. for the transition here or full of cases. here also it's sort of spread by the end