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they say can be a crime on t.v. but they show trials or genuine confessions. when i went east investigating. 0. heroin terror in london the top stories on our jazeera the head of the world health organization says the new coronavirus epidemic has reached a decisive point now in more than 82000 infections across 44 countries in every continent except antarctica south korea has confirmed another 505 cases meaning it's over and over taken china in new daily infection numbers governments around the world are ramping up emergency measures as part of global effort to control the spread of the virus no country should assume it wouldn't get cases that could be a fertile mystic and quite literally this virus does not respect
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again after she was discharged from hospital earlier this month while it's a 1st in japan cases of 2nd positive tests have been reported in china like a battle is taking place for the strategic syrian town of sara keep in italy province syrian rebels backed by turkey are fighting to hold on to the town after recapturing it from the army overnight a stream of turkish military reinforcements has been seen moving towards the front line rebels have been coming under aerial bombardment by syrian and russian warplanes since they retook the town sorry keep is a major loss for the syrian government under there is me and father said this update earlier from the outskirts of sarky. and for all of europe with the 3 year we are exactly on the m 4 highway connecting aleppo we look back here this highway leads to the meeting going to the international attempt 5 highway connecting aleppo and damascus so i could see these the point where both the
highways connect but in the circuit i looked at the. stargate to our right was captured this morning by the armed opposition having seized control of the city the armed opposition is now in total control of both of the strategic highways however air strikes are still carried out by both the russian and syrian regime as fighter jets targeting the city on its outskirts. of the family are of course as you have just seen it was an air strike on the city the armed opposition who is now in control of sark of city and both the highways say they killed a large number of the reduce forces inside the city we can also see that plume of smoke as a result of the air strike. i real bombardment has not stopped on the contrary has intensified as i said earlier both the highways are now cut off by the armed opposition but it is a big win and a massive advance for the opposition to seize control of soraya along with a number of its neighboring villages. the number of people killed in the violence
that rocks new delhi this week has risen to 33 that's after several critically injured patients died in hospital india has seen months of protests over a new citizenship law which excludes muslims in parts of the capital people have been returning to homes and businesses which were destroyed. the british government is threatening to walk away from trade talks with the european union as early as june if it sees no hope of a compromise the u.k.'s be setting out its red lines and says it won't commit to following rules in a post or exit trade deal this comes 2 days off to e.u. ministers proved their own approach to the negotiations to stay with us libya unspeakable crime is up next war news for you straight after that by switching back into. the earth. car.
is the most difficult to cover making it the perfect crime. in bosnia rwanda that there are critics republic of congo and syria women and children have usually been the main targets but in pre and post revolution libya it's men has often been the main victims but no one has ever been able to prove that. in libya rape is a taboo subject mentioned the word silence prevailed and. one woman did speak out
in public in march 20 levon i just thought of that evolution. and that. the man in our baby was accusing the gadhafi regime of raping opponents and how cry resonated around the world. gadhafi was overthrown but libya was plunged into a civil war. the rumors of rape continued and while the international community expressed concern this did not turn into action. libya is still in a state of political and social chaos and tens of thousands of refugees have fled many towards europe. it effectively has 2 rival governments militias rule the streets and the rumors of rape persist but no one
for. the next 7. give you. might out of school in law school i mean that's what i'm here to learn i mean my easy. money. mr moore how did you finish out of the enemy. in libya the madonna man you was a public prosecutor in the chaos that followed the overthrow of gadhafi in october 2011 he said members of the opposition to jail for murder the very next day they were released and threatened to kill him so just. so he left libya. in tunis he has joined a group of libyan activist fellow exile. he's put together
a group which now tracks alleged crimes committed in their homeland. the video evidence brought to him by a man is shocking. so much to people. that's a mistake to believe because of. marine one of the. emoticon for all of this if you do have that he. shot what do you think you had best buy this one you video just don't get to. the to be. look so. just so.
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a little bit. but you know we could go you know you could change. well into the whole kitchen much of a lead on a mock. quiz for us called when you would have to step can make you still miss that city if you get out maybe looks that made you know life lives are lost maybe looks election day out of government yes i've got a good action and up above the bottom of the flight you have your pov on something . i would look cool you see. instead it would. have been going to your conscience on a mission. in libya reap is such a taboo that is simply not open for discussion.
i meant as a human rights activist operating on the ground but he's determined to bring the issue of rape out into the open. because he has received death threats a man carries his entire life in a suitcase and he never sleeps in the same place. one of his contacts is a man known simply as a sea. change or she will be will be looking for. a local school. i thought oh.
look this one. for years just seemed really inside but all the time he knew about men and women who had been raped and who needed help . in fact he was talking about himself. when the scene arrived in tunis he didn't want his identity revealed and his voice here is this guy. you know i think it will have a high with me and i did to want to you have to really. think i did it to me and i'm going to air this office office i just hate
he talked about men raped and then released defiled men whom no one ever mentioned . i imagine the question was now how many of them were now wandering the streets of tunis before returning to libya and hiding their shame inside. and the women the men asked. them why let's down the list. why you. see them just a lot better for just some so i just left. i looked this up my best. wish. a little high enough so it can.
every day a mad meets victims of abuses suffered in libya and meticulously records everything they say. but most refused to talk about great. this man in his ear had been imprisoned for 6 years. so you have a sense of the got here. she shifts shift mommas of to. shake out north ideas. live to feel. my god even when are you going to visit the work on the one about the little mother i wonder if we.
don't believe them when you did offer them guns it was kind of who could tell the truth not as it's over your book and it's. like a little of zimmerman a little clinic going out of session at the bottom. how to show. that they're going to. have a mostly of sitting up guardian let alone their reasonably honest look and he can move to her from. the legal guardian. would warm one of them a bit of a guy different than the year of the division of. lea. he saw him awfully fast from school fleet yeah sure you're. from texas.
when there will be a few support of. the ship lee. if it will mean that you have been of that sea of metal saw. when a book or a nothing. like many others nazir simply avoids the question only revenge matters to him. but without official complaints and statements he may not count initiate any legal proceedings the retrial remains empty the crime simply doesn't exist.
and a man spent several months listening to many libyan victims of abuse gathering a wealth of detailed information. but they case still lacked the kind of hard evidence they would need in order to make a case strong enough to stand up in international criminal court. they also badly need outside expertise. day knows libya well. she's a french lawyer specializing in international law and has 20 years of experience tracking sexual violence in conflicts around the world.
in 2013 she helped draft a law aimed at protecting rape victims under the gadhafi regime but that is just lation was never elected. by dates experience is that the war crimes do not simply go away if no legal action is taken they would continue to be committed. we are. a team it's not just me and imad we have many libyans here and we have our needs work inside on the ground and what we are trying to do we have trying to collect a lot of documentation from different organizations sense 2011 since ok since 200-5002 live. there is
sometimes not just militias. do the crime there is people are working for ministry of the. ministry of fun tear out can deal with this kind. you know that recently at the i.c.c. for rape you know the case bomba he was sentence and he didn't rape nobody but she was he was sentence for rape because he ordered it or him knew that it was happening and he didn't do nothing so that's a very important case because night existing the jurisprudence and this is also something we can use in our our case for almost 2 issues really so close of what you were to mention how we count toward together our team and you and your team to solomon this case is international begin to you know of the idea is all the case
you have each individual situation that you may have collected each time we need to look at when it happened and where it happened because if you don't do that you get killed before a court that's why i am telling you this we have to work on that and to to show our systematic it is you know and then you have a case. legally speaking. you are in the. in a special situation. because you cannot bring a case. but it doesn't mean that it does to stop now i think we can work on that to put pressure towards international in stones you are been you know mimic cetera and prepare a case for the i.c.c. and we need to push for the i.c.c. so we have to show that this is a priority and to bring a something like. love. is room.
for the international criminal court to agree to take on a case because believe in human rights activist in tunis would 1st have to establish that the war crime had been committed in their homeland. meanwhile you're seeing resurfaced this time ready to tell his story. it revolves around the seizure of his city. by government troops for 3 months in 2011. the forces were based in 2 out of the 50 kilometers away whose residents were then accused of supporting the government action in the. we. misperceive. honey you know.
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with a power which it seems to hate in the why do i but. for him to be in the midst i. couldn't even admission afford to condemn what i had had in america has set in they're. going to stop. seem believes that since that night in march 2011 he's become sterile but he's never had a test because he didn't think you could trust anyone to do. however tunas offers him the anonymity he needs to see a doctor ahead of you. in the. new
system you have this is. what it. is. you're seen apparently needs more tests and medical examinations but it seems to be too much for him and he disappears off the radar again. is about to pull into the national. military see foresee it tipped off a bit but pretty. if you persevere with a love interest in the making levy you know what you are not let me finish you on the. city by not policing the day in the mighty city of course you completely got the idea to be quite fill of uli literally thinking mark if one of them but the a dog is all going to bite if you don't leave your report look really really poorly loosely quality time to sell. it to somebody. initial made in
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forward to. i learned tonight in london the top stories on al-jazeera the head of the world health organization says the new coronavirus epidemic has reached a decisive point of now the more than 82000 infections across 44 countries in every continent except antarctica south korea has confirmed another 505 cases meaning it's overtaken china in new delhi infection numbers governments around the world are ramping up emergency measures as part of a global effort to control the spread of the virus no country should assume it wouldn't get cases that could be a fight the mystic and quite literally this virus does not
respect borders. it does not distinguish between races or is. not a good foot a country's g.d.p. or level of development. the point is not only to prevent cases arriving on your shores the point is what you do when you have this coronaviruses also to hear heavy toll on the global economy trade routes have been cut global supply chains disrupted and stock markets are falling wall street stocks are down again and are on track to record their worst weekly losses since the global financial crisis of 2008 european and asian shares fell on thursday too with travel stocks bearing the brunt a key battle is taking place at the strategic syrian town of serach e been province syrian rebels backed by turkey fighting to hold on to the town
after recapturing it from the army overnight a stream of turkish military reinforcements have been seen moving towards the front line rebels have been coming under aerial bombardment by syrian and russian warplanes since they we took the town. the number of people killed in the violence that rocks new delhi this week has risen to 33 after several critically injured patients died in hospital india has seen months of protests over a new citizenship law which excludes muslims in part of the capital people have been returning to homes and businesses which were destroyed they say they're keen to build bridges there's the top stories to stay with us libya unspeakable crime continues next the news for you straight up to that jonathan if you can.
opposition city of misrata in 2011. he also wanted his identity concealed and his voice is this cause. again and again i feel the fear. but it is him since i mean look at the been. saying. an ascii diminished by the more number of lasky bull if he'd been nothing than the. fee to feed the. local food hole get done now you all. would have been heating up for those that have been taken from them to be a total being to cool with the money they need. to.
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the 1st instances of where bad or good against opposition supporters. then the tables were turned and those taking charge after the revolution adopted the same practice. in the spring of 2017 the international criminal court finally took action it issued an indictment against a former senior government official and gadhafi supporter. or drape to be committed during the revolution. the badly needed concrete evidence particularly to demonstrate that the strategic use of rape has continued long after the revolution. for this and despite the risks
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the ship of. the group arrived in the capital tripoli which is still in constant state of flux one minute erupting like a volcano the next lying deceptive little. what if i man was a man from the water only just been released from 6 years in prison after being caught up in the backlash against his city. known as i leave his identity and voice also disguised here kind of and has a bit of. you can literally. force the struggle for the better believe or. over. a setback but if it would last and she could. be the going to get it for.
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and. i least testimony also reflected the fact that being from the twilight he and his fellow residents were designated for special treatment. of guns were largely descendants from slaves and so are black so they were often considered 2nd class libyan citizens but then they were also accused without conclusive proof of having support of the government sees of misrata and taken part in rape along with the gadhafi supporters and rebel cities like misrata. a madman activist from 2 hours ago who had recorded the abuse suffered by the
people. we. know they have lists of missing persons former prisoners the names of secret prisons and exact dates. the case was that water guns were being targeted kidnapped and systematically persecuted. yet. the evidence point to hans having become a major target. the implications were that a major human rights violation and alledged crime had been committed.
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i'm glad not a member didn't and i never thought of arctic. especially when you before you learn it will make that. trend. the people of that what i was finally allowed to return to the ruins of the city in 2018 but a marriage human rights group concluded that discrimination against them continues and that as a people they have become demonized in post-revolutionary
a form of collective punishment. that must have been. to. lift the lid to. their worry. about difficult mission work under mad. and how they do feel what money and who are so. on the wrong track. you have. said. it. skipped secular law. when you have massive i'll tell you. that i want to go. to doing an example. where they came together they can control humanity can you say yay or nay 20 years i think i say we're going to put it on what. you need. as
said all the while out. 6 in line to get his genius it passed out faster than you want. to discover and. it is. the scourge of wa and the squares on top of the only epithet posh the south is in that's tricky for infocom forces any amount of strong as could put that quality as any man that austria division is sure of her little. drawing on scene by this experience in bosnia may help the tunas base human rights group build a solid case against the perpetrators of these shocking abuses but it took 20 years for the u.n. tribunal to convict those responsible for the srebrenica massacre. the case of post revolution libya has highlighted the use of rape as
a calculated instrument of war. the international justice system must now pick up the battle but this is no easy task i mean the ongoing factional fighting in today's libya. a year had passed since his scenes 1st arrival in tunisia. he stablished that he was not steroids. and with the passage of time his talents have soft being more concerned with justice than revenge. and if you could they take on life changed. again he could have tracked back and can request for help on cad and let you know that you have. been painting the quality and he had
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