Skip to main content

tv   NEWSHOUR  Al Jazeera  April 19, 2021 12:00am-1:00am +03

12:00 am
in their new environment women make science dolphin sanctuary on al-jazeera. 0. 00 i mariam to my zeal watching the news hour live from london coming up in the next 60 minutes the u.s. tells russia they'll be consequences if kremlin critic alexina valmy dies in prison this is the czech republic says the 2 russians accused of poisoning sergei script pollak in the u.k. are behind deadly blasts at the czech arms that. the world suffers its was sweet yet the new covert cases fueled by soaring infections in india and a week off to chad's election rebels say they are advancing on the capital to oust
12:01 am
president idriss deby m devon ash with this force as british prime minister boris johnson calls plans for a breakaway super league very damaging for football and to a full ones any clubs that thinking of joining they'll be banned from domestic european and world wide competitions. a welcome to the news hour tensions between russia and the west continue to escalate after a week of sanctions and diplomatic expulsions the u.s. is now warning russia they'll be consequences if kremlin critic alexina vali dies in prison he is 19 days into a hunger strike and supporters say his life is hanging by a thread it comes amid russia's military buildup on its borders with ukraine and in the crimea russia's ambassador to the u.k. has warned of a blog baf if ukraine responded by also moving troops to the region now russia is
12:02 am
embroiled in a route with the czech republic it's accused 2 russian spies of being behind deadly blasts at a check ammunition warehouse in 2014 it's expelled 18 russian embassy staff of the incident and in response russia says it's asked 20 czech diplomats to leave the country on monday but it's smith and moscow begins our coverage. a series of explosions hit this ammunition depot 330 kilometers southeast of prague in october and december 24th seen 2 men were killed almost 7 years later the czech government says it now knows who is responsible now that quote you know that she based on clear evidence obtained during the investigation conducted by our security services i can say there is a well grounded suspicion about the involvement of officers of the russian intelligence service in the explosions at them when you know 2014 these are the 2 men the czech government wants to question their travel to prague and 2014 on the
12:03 am
russian passports under the names of alexander petro of and. they are the same men wanted in britain for the attempted murder of a former russian spy and his daughter surrogate and u.s. cripple were poisoned with a nerve agent smeared on the front door handle of their home in solve spree in 2018 there is no. me of the 3rd world interviewed on russian television the men said they gone to solve for some sightseeing particularly the city's cathedral spire they are very unlikely to face questioning for either the czech explosions all the british poisonings as russia doesn't extradited citizens the 18 russians are forced to leave prague join a growing list of diplomats forced to fly home to moscow in recent months 7 european countries and the u.s. have either expelled russian diplomats for alleged spying or in response to russia expelling european diplomats the foreign ministry here says it's retaliation will
12:04 am
force fraud to fully understand its responsibility but is strong the foundations of normal bilateral ties burnitz met al-jazeera moscow. writer al-jazeera as roy chalons now has more on the sas suspects behind the 2nd inning insult spree in 2018. all the rest of alexander picture of our assumes not to be their real names they will be identities familiar with many people in the united kingdom because they are the russian agents that british intelligence said were behind the script of poisonings in 2018 and since that time further investigations from citizen journalist outfits like belling cats and other western intelligence services believe that they were members of a particular units of russian military intelligence g.r.u.
12:05 am
and this unit was called unit 29155 unit 252-9155 is believed to have been responsible for a whole swathe of incidents across europe spanning many many years going back perhaps as part as long as a decade essentially taking out dirty work for the russian government up to and including what the russians call wet jobs in the senshi killings now these include a destabilization campaign in moldova an attempted coup in montenegro the poisoning of a ball carrier in arms dealer and now the czechs say they were behind the explosions of arms depos in the czech republic in 2014 most of that boils down to or is linked to you what the russians were trying to
12:06 am
stop happening around that time 2014 which was the supply of weaponry from countries like the czech republic to ukraine where of course at the time russia was backing separatists against the ukrainian military. on that point about ukraine people in the eastern part of the country worried about what the russian trip on the border of them. had reports now from the capital kiev there is growing concern about an escalation of hostilities. ukrainian soldiers on the front line on the highest level of alert since the signing of an often violated cease fire agreement with pro russian separatists 7 years ago russia says its deployment of an estimated 100000 soldiers and every weaponry to areas near the border with ukraine poses no threat ukrainian military say they are preparing for the worst.
12:07 am
i was mobilized and came back to the front line i believe this is a crucial moment to defend my country world leaders and nato have urged moscow to pull back its forces most of these houses were destroyed in fighting in 2015 around a 1000000 people live in a 10 kilometer wide so-called contact zone the stretches on both sides across the front line. oksana says she fled with her son genya from separatist controlled areas 2 years ago yet that's true. i have lived here since 2019 i used to live in our lives but i had to flee because of my political views it has been quiet these last 2 days but this is the 2nd night in a row my son wakes in the middle of the night screaming there is similar devastation in pro russia separatists control the areas and learn that. they have been shooting recently everyone waits but nobody knows how the negotiations will end. the leaders of ukraine russia germany and france the so-called normandy format
12:08 am
have repeatedly failed to find a political solution to the conflict. crane refuses russia's demand that it talk directly to pro moscow separatist leaders russia refuses to withdraw from crimea but you talk you part in 2014 and let's say political deadlock on many levels remain the breakdown in the current ceasefire was fairly predictable because the sides were negotiating in good faith it's not negotiating in good faith in it probably in about october and they reached the point where they were instead of trying to find common ground they were deliberately putting forth proposals that they knew would annoy the other side or that they knew would be nonstarters and once that starts to happen then you know that the breakdown of the ceasefire is only a small it's only a matter of time russia calls it a military exercise ukraine says it is a dangerous provocation after 7 years of failed peace negotiations the u.n.
12:09 am
says almost 3 and a half 1000000 people are an urgent need of humanitarian assistance and protection in eastern ukraine. but al-jazeera. well close allies of kremlin critic alexina volley of call for massive protests in the capital moscow and also in the city of st petersburg on wednesday as his health continues to deteriorate the mollies daughter dasher is calling on russia to allow her father medical treatment after doctors warn that he is now at risk of kidney failure he was jailed in february for violating parole conditions as a result of traveling to germany for treatment after being poisoned of all these doctors are saying they've again been denied access to that patient despite spending hours outside the prison we've got great she was going to break you but we came as doctors but it's cruel and monstrous to deny access to a dying patient we will call the medical unit and try to find out what's going on we'll keep trying but at the moment we've done everything we can we can't do
12:10 am
anything else. look for girls to go. through we tried to get in touch with the prisons authorities but nothing happened it's not clear what's happening alexis condition is not clear either the situation might be very serious and critical i think we need to take all the most used to resolve it for the sake of the mum. castro is in washington following this story for us so we've been hearing from president biden's national security adviser warning of consequences should know that in a valley die in russian custody or one of their options at this point. that's right mary i'm jake sullivan biden's national security advisor was on c.n.n. saying that if nevaeh dies in russian prison there will be consequences now he wouldn't go into specifics saying that he would not telegraph that publicly but that the u.s. government has been in direct talks with russian officials giving them this warning
12:11 am
that of all these fate while in russia and russia prison is russia's responsibility and that moscow would be held accountable by the international community now this rhetoric follows a week of tit for tat sanctions between the u.s. and russia with the u.s. announcing on thursday sanctions against 32 russian entities and the expulsion of 10 russian diplomats from washington well the next day moscow reciprocated by announcing the expulsion of 10 american diplomats u.s. president biden has denounced the treatment of no volley in russian prison saying it was unfair and totally inappropriate now the question is where the relation stand at this point whether or not a proposed summit between biden and president putin could still occur this summer somewhere in europe where that stands at this point is uncertain especially if not only does die in russian prison whether or not that summit would still move forward
12:12 am
all right thank you very much for that in washington or william cohen isn't. senior fellow at the global policy think tank rand corporation joins us now by skype from washington. the bind in the administration has already said they don't want to engage in escalatory cycle with moscow how difficult is it going to be to try to balance any kind of punitive action we've already had sanctions and expulsions this week with efforts to try and normalize the relationship. country problems need to be solved in the relationship before committing or must a foundational issue is russian aggression in ukraine then there is a lectionary ferrets in ice age cyber attacks on the united states most recently the novelli poisoning and then the new announcement that kurt strait will be closed of ukrainian shipping for 6 months. just seems that one after another
12:13 am
problem emerges if there is to be a summit it's probably a good idea because the tensions really or are too much now but ever been this website before billable hours or mikhail gorbachev came to power in the soviet union prison by dint of the right thing by proposing a summit but the risks and uncertainty for a summit are probably greater than 4 in a somber sense premier khrushchev walked out of one in paris in 1950 would present eisenhower why do you say that and is actually such a summit realistic is the kremlin likely to agree to a meeting like that after it's just had sanctions imposed on it. the foreign minister sergei lavrov has moscow reacted positively to president biden's proposal and from a criminal standpoint having such a summit helps legitimize the prestige of criminal rule if you will in
12:14 am
russia there's been a continued tightening of rule. of stronger limits on freedom of expression in russia i think this is posing a problem for russia in terms of which of them a city in the west and so somewhat like this could help. right but russia isn't going to accept any sort of into ferentz in internal matters when it comes to freedom of expression is freedom of speech or indeed. conditions around alexina valmy so how would the biden administration need to approach a meeting of this nature whereby the ministration will continue speaking out about the about it of course as your correspondent washer to pour it out if the valley were to die before a summer school or possible summit would be postponed or just were would take place both europeans and americans who are concerned about them about a situation where it seems that the kremlin may not understand how much concern
12:15 am
there is in the west about this well they may be listening to their own propaganda and thinking that this is not such an important issue but it is and of course the aggression in ukraine with the huge russian military buildup bringing forces from far away the euro mounts over to close to your credit it's not clear whether russia plans to extend its motor thrust into ukraine or not but if that were to happen there could also affect the prospects for some. prospect might in fact prospects for a summit but at shoni washington would washington. prioritize its long term relationship with moscow is it likely to escalate the situation of alexina valley or indeed tensions around ukraine in the crimea. yes so if the valley were to die europeans and americans would
12:16 am
have a strong reaction but if russia were to go into your crane with a deeper military thrusted more territory than they already control this could be a long term issue that would throw russia's relations with the west further off track the west nato has been providing a lot of military assistance to ukraine many forces are well prepared they would take much higher casualties from russian invading forces now than they were able to do in 2014 when they were caught unprepared i think the criminal think hard about the risk to us troops because a war in which russian troops die in ukraine won't be so popular at home. well thank you for sharing your views of this with him courtney joining us there at the global policy think tank rand corporation speaking to us from washington thank you . you're you're watching the news hour live from london still ahead.
12:17 am
a public memorial for germany's covert victims but doctors warn worse yet to come. touchy education and plenty of natural resources so why are so many of northern mozambique's young people out of work and then later on in the program an incident packed formula one race in a silly jemma we'll bring you all of the best action. the world is currently experiencing its highest infection rate yet of the cove in $1000.00 pandemic despite the ongoing vaccination rollout world health organization figures show that starting monday april 12th has been the worst so far for confirmed global cases more than $5200000.00 infections have been reported this week alone taking the total global figure beyond $140000000.00 fueling the rise
12:18 am
india which reported more than 261000 new cases and 1500 deaths on sunday the government is freeing up more hospital beds for the patients as the number of cases continues to surge one in 6 people tested is now returning a positive result and hospital wards usually reserved for government employees of being converted to covert facilities of the warnings from senior doctors at the capital new delhi is especially affected at this time with. the boats reserved for covert 19 patients in our hospitals are filling up quickly the patients are being admitted to the hospitals at a very rapid rate there's especially a shortage of intensive care unit but it's fewer than 100. of our very little in the whole of the. early. in other developments millions of pilgrims attending the annual festival have been ordered to quarantine for 2 weeks if they return to new delhi on 3 and a half 1000 people have tested positive at the festival and health officials warn
12:19 am
it could end up being a super spy day event the city of amanda baggs has already set up a special testing center and its train station for pilgrims returning from the festival. or we're seeing a worsening situation in thailand as well cases rising rapidly than more than 1500 a day anyone it has positive is now being transferred to hospital or supervised isolation with no one quarantine being permitted there is tony chang visited one of the isolation centers as it prepares to receive its patients. this is the new code 19 field hospital at the bangkok arena in the worst of the thai capital one of 4 facilities has been set up to deal with the 3rd wave that's now hitting thailand all across the country and you can see the conditions are pretty basic they've got a cardboard cause here which is for easy disposal once the patient is being checked out after a mandatory 14 days some basic bedding
12:20 am
a mosque that will be strong across the top but it's very hot and humid here and when this is filled with 350 people it will not be very comfortable but there is no choice you cannot stay at home if you test positive if you're showing symptoms you'll be treated in hospital as people have been so far with and they're getting so many that they want to remove those people who are asymptomatic from the general population and keep them under supervision in places like this and this is happening all over the country cases arising by the thousands every day or more tyler and it has been very successful dealing with covert 90 was the 1st country outside china to detect cases it's also now saying that it is not immune. and there's the economic problem to consider as well thailand has protected itself by closing itself off it was very hopeful as were many people here that it will be able to open up to tourists later this year as vaccinations became common but the
12:21 am
3rd wave suggests it is not yet ready to open up and thailand's vaccination program is lagging behind with most people not able to register vaccines until june this year. elsewhere germany has held a public memorial service for cost lives across the nation for its covert 1000 victims another 67 people have died there in the past day as germany is hit by a wave of the pandemic it brings the number of deaths in the country to just under 80000 stephanie decker has more now from the capital ballen. a poignant tribute to germany's coronavirus victims a 1st such event broadcast live on t.v. and radio and attended by the president and chancellor angela merkel is in the mood to fund the last depending me we are tired of the burden of the pandemic and wounded in the fight for the right way forward because of that we need a moment to stop ourselves a moment apart from daily politics
12:22 am
a moment that allows us to take a look at the human cost of the tragedy of the pandemic the. families of the victims spoke to already caught on already kind enough to move more and meet soon and even if we all experience corona fatigue of the 12 months of the virus i appeal to all of you persevere it depends on all of us nobody can bring back my husband but everyone is worth it so he or she does not have to suffer like my husband or the other 80000 that. the flags of the german parliament the bundestag are flying at half staff and politicians are debating an amendment to a which could see the central government get more powers to impose lockdowns on the 16 states which are currently in charge of their own health care policies chancellor angela merkel has been fighting for stricter lock downs and facing much resistance germany is struggling to contain a 3rd wave of the virus they have been warnings for weeks this wave could be worse than the previous 2 if stricter lock downs are not enforced germany's vaccination
12:23 am
campaign has had a slow start hampered by bureaucracy a delay in the delivery of vaccines and the debate about the dangers of potential side effects of both the astra zeneca and johnson and johnson jobs the recent addition that local doctors can vaccinate to means a campaign is finally seeing some momentum as of now around 1000 percent of the population has had at least one shot and 6 percent is fully vaccinated. but by no means is it keeping up with the rate of infections and there have been repeated warnings that hospitals could reach capacity if stricter lock downs aren't enforced it's a low passes in parliament this week there could be night time curfews and the closure of all non-essential shops as well as schools if the infection rate reaches a certain level. but for now politicians here continue their back and forth stephanie decker al-jazeera berlin. well we want to turn to gaza now the
12:24 am
territories experience directly at a high of 466 new cases and 23 deaths in the last 24 hour aborting period just 3 percent of the adult population has been vaccinated variants of the virus a fuelling a 2nd wave with almost all intensive care beds in use and isn't going to report a pandemic is also adding to gaza's ongoing waste disposal crisis a dented can of beans a scratched mobile phone case where some see rubbish the abate boys see money for food the brothers are 8 and 9 years old and admit they'd rather be playing football instead each day they help their unemployed father rummage through this mountain of filth. i'm going with my father to help him collect things like an 1000000 copper he needs me and my brother to help out there but the hand that. this
12:25 am
overflowing dump reached its capacity 20 years ago improperly disposed medical waste is among the rubbish putting at risk the health of the abate family and others who scavenge here and live nearby that imad abate doesn't think about that he is a father needs to find his family of the ate their next meal and all i know bob globally all god the bush picked me and my children from the because my goal to find and to sell things to make money for my family i'm not afraid covert 19 has led to an increase in medical waste yet gaza doesn't have the staff for it there isn't enough money to put fuel in the rubbish trucks and the israeli and egyptian blockade is preventing donated trucks and equipment with the latest technology from entering. mid helis chairman of the national institute for environment and development says even before the pandemic the medical waste crisis in gaza was
12:26 am
catastrophic. aside from government hospitals there is no standardized protocol and coordination for the safe disposal of medical waste that comes from homes and other sectors. with gaza's 2 of 3 official landfills already full for years illegal dumping grounds have proliferated officials say political differences between fatah and hamas are worsening the problem and we have to to end the vision and to end i mean we have to strengthen the government when government and. going to guys for it will make us more strong. the government is working with various groups to devise a plan phyllis would like to see children get paid to help recycle. until then be a big brothers room the rubbish dump hoping for their next good haul that might earn
12:27 am
them as much as $6.00 natasha going to. gaza. but israel has taken a significant step forward with the government as saying it's no longer compulsory to wear a mosque outside schools and also reopened in another sign of a gradual return to normal life mosques were made mandatory a year ago but now they want in dollars israel has one of the world's most successful vaccination programs with more than half the population having had at least one. with a news outlet from london going to be live in caves to break a bastion of democracy in africa have holes opposed if not ok a winner in sight. a sign of the times the school battling stigma and poverty to give afghanistan's deaf children a quality education and then you want to call them lost his tennis champion following in the footsteps of his mom genuine explainer in school.
12:28 am
hell i've got some lovely warm spring sunshine it's a process scandinavia o'toole's about 6 days love the big area of high pressure in charge just has to keeping it cool brice and sunny and old seep out a little further west as well a little more clout in across the british isles into areas of france into a good part of germany some showers that we have the eiffel showers into central parts of europe system west of weather coming through here just around southern poland czech republic austria seems well to winter showers as well for good measure over the high ground just want to see wintry showers to just around southern parts of the balkans and you see some wet weather that was bill gates was the black sea it was that western side of the symbol and critter around 20 degrees celsius or 20 on the other side of europe earth madrid so we'll see bad hail it does cool off
12:29 am
a little as we go through a cheese day with a child's the same shot was creeping in here not too many showers across the british isles scotland will see want to those they fizzle out as they bump into our area of high pressure still some pleasant will be there for norway also 15 celsius but some rather wet weather coming to the western side of a russia may while across northern parts of africa or hot sunshine into north eastern areas of egypt car it does cool off by mid week. from the al-jazeera london. to people in thoughtful conversation i can be in my culture i can still raise my voice against patriarchy with no host and no limitations. exposed. to. inhospitality we have protected these men who are violent and bully studio to be
12:30 am
unscripted. seems a promising part of the pandemic but implementing the greatest inoculation in history is testing the global community around the world already a clear gap between rich nations and poor ones when it comes to vaccinating their populations from the geopolitics to the pure economics the misinformation the latest developments what's going on here is very different 1st comes in the form of a name for a special coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. the e.u. . welcome back
12:31 am
a look at the main stories now united states as want russia that would be consequences if kremlin critic of only dies in prison of ali is on the 19th day of a hunger strike but his doctors have again been denied access to him meanwhile the czech republic is saying 2 russian spies accused of the u.k. scrupled poisoning were behind deadly blast at an ammunition dump damn near prague in 2014 expelled 18 russian embassy staff and in response russia has asked 20 czech diplomats to me for country and other top story this hour the world is experiencing its highest infection rate yet of the covert 19 pandemic world health organization figures show the past week has been the worst so far for confirmed global cases with more than 5200000. now to egypt media there is reporting that at least 11 people have been killed in a train derailment almost 100 others were taken to hospital with injuries that happened as the train is traveling in a city of 230 kilometers north of the capital cairo is the latest in
12:32 am
a series of accidents on egypt's rail network and comes just 3 weeks after 19 people died and 2 trains collided in saudi province south of cairo. an update on what's been happening in yemen at least 70 people have been killed in ongoing fighting in and ties. another 85 people were injured military forces say a battle for control of the oil rich region has intensified over the past day iran backed who the rebels launched an offensive there in feb mar a bit is home to hundreds of thousands of people already displaced by fighting elsewhere in the country well now to syria a country is to hold a presidential election on may 26th that is expected to keep a sharp eye said in power for a 4th 70 attempt candidates have 10 days to register but they must have lived in the country continuously for the pos decade effectively barring all at all exiled
12:33 am
opposition figures last month the u.s. warned that it won't recognize the results of the election unless the voting is free fair and supervised by the united nations. now and go over wealth distribution is being blamed for the conflict in northern mozambique the violence there is killed at least 2600 people and displaced nearly 700000 while bank says the north-south regional divide could see fighting spread down the coast from pemba the capital of kabul delgado harm reports. 26 year old daughter says he has a university degree but he can't find a job he's applied to the gas companies operating in northern missouri but has been one rejection after another. i think there's some kind of discrimination going on these companies have very few muslim because for. most of the good jobs and money
12:34 am
the foreigners and government officials even jobs for mechanics and electricians they don't hire many of us. got a province in northern mozambique is where most of the major gas discoveries have been made in recent years but the region has high levels of poverty and inequality when rubies and gas were discovered here many people thought it would mean jobs and a place in life but that hasn't happened instead the poor are feeling more and more marginalized and say only a small elites in mozambique are benefiting. the country's president felipe a new study says the iso links local armed group the causes of al-shabaab is manipulating disgruntled youth and recruiting some of them as fighters but very out to ruth says he's not giving up on himself or his country the young farmer wants to grow his business and create jobs for other young people. there are always very complicated we don't know all these fighters are they don't
12:35 am
show their faces they don't say why they're fighting i want progress on improving myself. a perceived failure to distribute vast mineral and offshore gas revenues to the local population could be fueling the conflict until this is addressed analysts say it's unlikely the conflict in cobbled out of province end anytime soon. al-jazeera much andy. in chad the military says it's halted an advance on the capital by rebels after the u.s. and british embassies warned of a possible assault on that jimmy now but the rebel group says its forces still pressing ahead they want to oust the president address stay the course to extend his 3 decade long hold on power the election was held last sunday but official results have not yet been released a number of countries are urging their nationals to now leave the country never morgan has more now from niger mina. the united kingdom has at its name to the list
12:36 am
of countries that are advice that is advising its nationals inside chad to leave the country as soon as possible because of the advance that the rebel group known as the far known as the front for change and concord say they are making towards the capital and now france which is chad's closest ally has not advised its nationals to leave the country but it did issue a statement saying that the embassy here issued a statement saying that its nationals should remain inside the capital because of the security situation now defunct for a change and concorde is an armed rebel group that was formed in 10 to 16 to counter and ousted president idriss deby who has been in power for 30 years now and who looks like or is said to it was poised to be an hour for at least another 5 years after. provisional results show that he is leading in the presidential polls in the elections that were held exactly a week ago and the government issued a statement then saying that it's pursuing the rebels using its our it's our forces
12:37 am
as well as warplanes and the foreign ministry issued a statement saying that the wolf by the diplomatic missions is to make sure to premature and that the situation right now is under control and there is no need for the concern that those diplomatic missions are currently showing by telling their citizens to leave the country meanwhile we have a statement from the rebels themselves saying that they are getting into a ground that they are right now you can province which is in the north about 300 kilometers away from the capital and that they will continue to make their way towards the capital to oust the president idriss deby. now we've been following developments and. most have been counted in the parliamentary elections there the 2 major parties are led by incumbent prime minister korea silva and his campaign rival geron jr a hopeful is hoping to make history is the 1st female head of government in the country. so nicholas hack is following this story and try as the capital.
12:38 am
spend an exuberant time in campaigning as head of the election and it seems as though. it's still a very lively crowd behind you that tell us why why people are so excited about this election. well marion since i've been to keep her to it seems it's always an exuberant time in particular so tonight we're the election results are not out yet but the government has made internet stream who are there for the citizens to follow the election results live on the election commission's a website and so hours the results trickle out and it becomes clear that perhaps the ruling party amping be led by the incumbent prime minister blair szish court i see evolve seems to be in the lead with 28 seats in the seat to 37 seats to have a clear majority of people have gathered outside his party headquarters and just
12:39 am
look at it right now have. for them the prime minister has won this the life of others already have now are really come out yet but there's clearly a sign of jubilation in his slogan on the road coming off. the set out which means that for sure power seems to have resonated for many count virgins who have gone through a very difficult year the past year for the pandemic in a country that relies on tourism so the government and the prime minister has entered 70 percent of people. he has said all along this campaign that covered nice to stick to the current power to weather the storm of the pandemic and to get through it together it seems that the message by the opposition leader john you know i'm not a has. resonated less for the fall for richard number who remember the percent
12:40 am
of the electoral did not come out and vote it seems that a portion of people like a lot of young people that we spoke to through feel a sense of optically towards the political system whether it be the ruling party m.p. for an african party for dinner it depends now led by opposition leader dinero. it seems that many people did not come out to vote and that's also a saw and perhaps a message to the political elites and couple very very i'm all right thank you very much nicholas hawke there in private capital of cape verde day where people have gathered outside the ruling party had courses in anticipation of some sort of indication of the result thank you. but the 2 other news fire in the south african city of cape town is told through large parts of table mountain the slopes above the new orleans neighborhood are in flames and nearby residential areas now and threat cape town university has also been evacuated fires are
12:41 am
a frequent occurrence in the city cheering for long periods of drought. now getting an education can be difficult in afghanistan but it's especially difficult for young people coping with disabilities schools struggle to provide appropriate textbooks and materials because of a lack of support and awareness but there is one school ensuring deaf children are given the opportunity to learn a new controversy reports on this now from kabul. in the uk the words here are silent but the classrooms are full of life and for these children just coming here during a war has not been easy. i hope there will be peace in afghanistan once so be peace the situation will be better and will be coming to school without any fear to continue our studies. all over the
12:42 am
afghanistan one of the poorest countries in the world people with disabilities are stigmatized most of the time they're simply shand support and education services are extremely limited so schools like this one for deaf children allow them to experience something approaching a normal life. i'm also asking the government to create a world school like this when we graduate we want to get normal jobs like other people. but keeping this one go is a constant struggle 5 years ago there were 350 children here this year there are more than 600 unrolled but as the numbers grow so do the needs in a survey published in march the afghanistan independent human rights commission said almost 4500000 afghans live with disabilities and 11 percent increase in the past 14 years. for an
12:43 am
organization supported the school in the past but across afghanistan internet. aid has dwindled nevertheless awareness about disability is slowly growing says for tanya who has been teaching deaf children for more than 20 years said they are waging a level of awareness in all societies very low maybe 50 percent of the people don't know that disabled people also have abilities that they can lend and how far they can go in learning but the people and society treat the disabled like they're crazy they think they are mentally unfit as you witnessed these children have special abilities and these abilities need to be used to educate them which is a huge need for them. the operational needs of the school are equally big there is a lack of teaching material and books and no money to buy them anyway and there is no more space for students the government confirmed to al-jazeera the budget is
12:44 am
limited and cannot address the demands of the school. lot us this is the era where everyone and everything is connected and in this era we're not even able to have drinking water at the school we're going to our neighbors and we bring the water for these children especially during the summer this is called making sacrifices for us. the staff say they will continue no matter the lack of resources in a few weeks this room will become the school's nursery and for the 1st time 20 deaf afghan babies will be able to know another world other than that of complete silence for contraflow al-jazeera kabul. still ahead. an indonesian island is chasing money for motor sport but locals fear it's a road to ruin and then in sport a shock in the water brings a whole to this thing of that in australia general has that story and.
12:45 am
a weekly critique of the stories hitting the headlines the news media have been left to sort through mixed messages on a quite complex story from mainstream to street journalism the enemy is objective is to get beaten each year send it to the wall to shooting what's going on exposing real world threats to objectivity often of our neighbor turn to monsters $11000.00 people were arrested listening post covers the way the news is covered on a jersey that. when the news breaks here in windsor with to see me this is the main breach completely underwater when people who need to be high 1000 people staying in these tents just a stone's throw from the us mexico border and the story needs to be told i felt like the whole sky is full of them with exclusive interviews and in-depth reports
12:46 am
al-jazeera has teams on the ground the house of abraham to bring you more award winning documentaries and life news. a combat a racetrack international motorbike events is being built in indonesia the government wants the coastal area of monday leka to be an international sports terrorism hub. people there are saying the authorities are cheering choosing tourism dollars over the rights of local people jessica washington reports on this now from jakarta. indonesia an island of lombok this racetrack is one of the country's most high
12:47 am
profile infrastructure projects the circuit will host major racing events when complete and there will be new hotels roads and airport extensions to make way for thousands of racing fans but slick promotional videos don't tell the full story. people living here say they are being forced to ribera their loved ones because the area symmetry is being demolished by developers. it feels like we are not allowed to be here at all anymore even the bones of our ancestors are not allowed on this lot houses and farmland are also in the developers sites so about i said this area of the construction project is on his land. so. this is also the water should be viewing area they brag about how this area is near the beach and so we have to leave this place. people have protested against the development since its early stages. hundreds of them face eviction and many say
12:48 am
they're being intimidated. because they brought so many police ready to attack me and also their own security but i didn't go they wanted to take down my house without any notice that very day i tried to fight back. the tears says he was offered $200.00 for $1.00 hectares of land and his house he says he wants fair compensation from the state owned indonesia tourism development corporation the united nations says indonesian authorities face serious allegations. and elaine has effects from the look of. indigenous people the indonesia tourism development corporation denies any wrongdoing and the government says the project will benefit everyone. we are going to make sure that all the developments and including the moto g.p. circuit will benefit people in lubbock mentally is one of 10 areas around indonesia selected by the government as
12:49 am
a priority zone to churches and development but critics say development should not come at the expense of human rights while some try to stay and protect their land others say they had no choice but to go. because of his motor g.p. circuit we have to leave our home the home that we. come from how much demand says he was only compensated for some of his land now his family like many others faces the challenge of starting again somewhere else just to washington al-jazeera jakarta. jam is here now with this for thank you mariam european football's governing body you way for has one clubs thinking of forming a breakaway super league they will be banned from all other competitions 12 clubs from across europe including a ram of dread and manchester united have reportedly signed up to this new format with announcement of thought to be imminent its new league would rival the champions league it is understood around $5000000000.00 has been committed to the
12:50 am
project by american bank j.p. morgan live a paul barcelona eventis an arsenal as some of the other teams who've been allegedly agreed to be involved the way fit released a joint statement with a number of european leagues threatening sanctions pfieffer and all our members say ca sions it will remain united in our efforts to stop this cynical project a project that is founded on the self interest of a few clubs at a time when society needs solidarity the clubs concerned will be banned from playing in any other competition at domestic european or world level and their players could be denied the opportunity to represent their national teams well british prime minister boris johnson tweeted that he supports football authorities in taking action and thinks the plans a very damaging for the game earlier we spoke to a piece global sports correspondent rob harris who explained how this new competition could affect domestic leagues but what we're seeing is some of the
12:51 am
elite clubs in european football trying to rip up the system and go out alone with a lot of the super league they want control not only of the competition but the following answers and also the access to just to compete in a potential so you believe they want to leave the champions league as we've known for so many years and run things their own way but we've had the threats from u.a.e. for of legal action it's the elite clubs try to go a lot and you've got manchester united on by the glazers liverpool by john henry in the boston red sox every dollar you write conflict now. with the leagues that they're part of as they try to launch their own breakaway super league something mated for so many years off the table just at the time when clubs are often trying to get more of a say and more money from something that the champions league but i don't think we've ever come as close now as it will come into our head concerned domestically is anything like a super league i look saying as many as 15 positions as is being suggested by the
12:52 am
super league was suddenly transformed domestic competitions the lifeblood of something like the premier league is often the race for the top 4 places to qualify for the champions league beyond the title also potentially cutting off the dream of a club like leicester who are playing here wembley today from qualifying for such competition they won the premier league 5 years ago so unexpectedly and made it into the champions league potential so you colleagues while they have access to some outside of the lots in clubs is very much more difficult. as you could see there rob was speaking to us from wembley stadium where leicester beat southampton to reach the f.a. cup final the semifinal was played in front of 4000 fans. of the only go wanted when leicester into the final of the competition for the 1st time since 1969 where they were by chelsea at tally in a league leaders into malana failed to win for the 1st time in 12
12:53 am
a syriac games as they drew $10.00 with napoli naturally took the lead in the 1st half after interest goalkeeper somewhere that of it fumbled at lorenzo in seniors' cross into his a net definitely will want to see that one again christian eriksson equalised into his lead over 2nd placed ac milan is now 9 points with 7 games remaining. on to formula one now in max the stop and one an incident packed media reminder ground pretty in italy the race had to be stopped at one point because of a huge crash jonica rosco has the action. with the rain lashing down the media ramana grand prix was wet and wild from the very start. i read was much the stepping capsulized on the chaos to steal the lead from 7 time forming one champion lewis hamilton in the opening lap of the taliban which probably pointless but while hamilton stayed on track despite some damage to his car further back all the
12:54 am
drivers struggled to get to grips with the slippery circuits. but i don't think so because they are too quick guy but late on hamilton's miss avies teammate bought us crash with williams jewel dross all causing the race to be suspended and leading to a furious exchange over the radios what. we did want to see when the race finally got back on the way hamilton overtook mclaren slender norris 3 laps from the end to eventually finish 2nd but he couldn't catch max the stop and who clinched his 11th career victory. yes i thought i was the world record there but for a joke was ok sorry great job might have been a big story in the end of. the dutchman's when lead seemed just a point behind hamilton in the drive the standings after the 1st 2 races of the season joined against roscoe al-jazeera. it's also been
12:55 am
confirmed that there will be a new f one race in miami starting next season as part of a 10 year deal it will take place at a new circuit in the hardrock stadium callbacks which belongs to the miami dolphins and f l c f one has a race in florida since 1959 and it means that there will now be 2 races in the u.s. alongside the one in austin texas. we always felt like we needed at least at least 2 races if not more there to really. really integrate with the audience because there's such a huge sporting friends out there they're amazing when you go to any of their sporting events like the n.f.l. or the n.b.a. there's a huge amount of passion so i hope that we can we can you know the great thing i think it's going to give something probably around 4000 jobs to people in the rural areas in miami and i think this we can be really positive thing hopefully for. fabio quite alright made it back to back wins with victory at the portugal moto
12:56 am
g.p. the yamaha riders start to don't hold it slipped to 4th place on the opening corner however he fought his way back to take the lead with 17 laps remaining and never looked back to kathy's a pack a bag now it was 2nd with john mayer in seeking his 1st page of the season 6 i love champion mark mark has finished 7th on his return from injury. stuff and also says the pass as one tennis is monte carlo monsters and he did it without dropping a set in the whole tournament the lot of the 5 was up against russian andre replied in the final and he beat the number 6 feet in straight sets 6363 to win his 1st ties with the year and 6 rule says the past isn't the 1st member of his family to raise a trophy at the monte carlo a country club is mother won a junior title at the same venue 40 years ago i can describe the feelings right now i'm overwhelmed by so many different emotions and. it's incredible that i'm able to
12:57 am
to be in the position and i think we both deserve being in the final and. an amazing fight an amazing show for the few people working to watch but i. really like i thought i would consider it as we got my life so far. and 3 time world surfing champion mick fanning famously fought off a great white shark back in 2015 and he came places in another one on sunday came out of retirement for a while also parents in sydney and showed he still got the skills but moments after his hate the competition was halted after a shock was spotted by a driving luckily fanning was already a safety back on the pete beach at that point very good use of a drop in the us who will he doesn't want to surf in shark infested waters all right that's it for the news a scene of it. jump
12:58 am
into the story there is a lot going on in this and julia not global community when i talk about the misinformation i think we all want to feed the hungry and aware that be part of the debate don't ever take anybody's one word because there's always a difference when no topic is off the table we have been disconnected from our land we have been disconnected from who we are who would love to hear from you in each week be part of today's discussion this dream on out is there. finland has committed to cutting its carbon emissions with the world's most ambitious
12:59 am
reduction goal carbon neutrality in just 15 years now it's very excited to actually get to and we can go it if we want to but 1st the nation must tackle the dirty legacy of a profitable fossil fuel industry it's and being an active emanations souls people in power finland's plummets warriors on a jersey it. we tout the untold stories. we speak one of us to. be caught up alongside us. no matter where it takes us i prefer a fantasy or got on my own and power and pasha which tell your stories we are your voice no news to al-jazeera.
1:00 am
be the hero the world needs. washing. the u.s. tells russia that will be consequences if kremlin critic alexina valley dies in prison this is the czech republic says the 2 russians accused of poisoning sergei script all in the u.k. were also behind deadly blasts at a check. allow i maryam namazie in london you're watching al-jazeera also coming up on the program a world.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on