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tv   The Stream 2019 Ep 48  Al Jazeera  March 25, 2019 10:32pm-11:01pm +03

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confiscations in the run up to the port arthur massacre australia was tracking on the label and right now she's as the americans since not in ninety six there brings zero mass shootings people would not mind to be silent in stride no. one nation was coached on how to react if soft a gunman was a village to another measure in a strenuous iraqi officials suggested to one nation that they smear advocates of gun control for exploiting the massacre there used to raise children but. if your policy isn't good enough to stand. there you there. for. the really good that's a great way to go the n i raised. also included planting articles there's a lot of times we are right now for like a local sheriff in wisconsin or whatever and we'll drop dead or she will have been
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strapped it will do a lot of the leg work because these people are busy and this is our job so we'll help them and then they'll submit it with their name on it so that it looks organic and that it's coming from that community we will have we're all behind this charlie al-jazeera sydney. zero contacted all those who featured in this report but no one responded. investigative unit film how to sell a massacre will be broadcast on al-jazeera on monday twenty hundred g.m.t. . owning a gun in brazil is set to become easier despite the school shooting earlier this month some argue arming teachers would have prevented the killing of students in sao paulo here's our latin america newman. business has never been better at the colt forty five shooting academy in rio de janeiro. twenty seven year old lau deni is one of those eager to learn the basics after the rules and theory
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course comes the most important part relating to aim and fire. the police would take too long to arrive if i'm attacked at home so i want to be able to defend myself. brazil leads the world in homicides sixty three thousand murders last year alone the vast majority using firearms defenseless brazilians say they're sitting ducks. volume to fight fire with fire right wing president jalal sonata has signed a decree to increase rather than reduce the number of guns by relaxing the requirements for ordinary citizens to buy a weapon for one thing they no longer need to prove they need a gun just experts say that instead of strengthening public safety the government is actually passing on the responsibility to the individual and when we have some problems in health system for example we don't say you know you make your own third
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tree if you have a problem why do you do there where thank say with gallons and say. one of the fish back at the academy. complains that guns are still much too expensive but not for long. the importation of weapons is suspended right now but we're waiting for the president to reopen the brazilian market very soon because we know that when that happens the price of buying a gun will go down significantly. she is happy to show me that it's easy to use a gun like many here he believes the decree doesn't go far enough because it allows brazilians to keep up to four guns at home but not carry them on the street where criminals roam but that too may change shortly. the push to allow what brazil to this new facility is the world's largest exporter of small arms the gun lobby has a wall street congress ploughed fields not only to the old but to carry one of the
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big difference now is the heart and support of the president. city sticks suggest that the more guns there are that more violence there is another good reason say critics to fear that lax or gun laws will simply increase brazil's shooting spree to see and human al-jazeera rio de janeiro. kenyans living in drought prone areas say the government needs to do more to stop them from starving to death total cholera is one of many regions suffering from severe droughts catherine soyuz been to see the devastating effects on food supplies. food has begun are arriving into canada it's one of thirteen counties most affected by a severe drought the government says more than a million people need argent help a quarter of two can is residents are on the brink of starvation this food has come from kenya's capital nairobi we need to get
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a permanent solution to this problem because we've been having because of drought previously. and the undone see we just deal with them but any measures the national government has released two million dollars to help other kenyans are making donations through different initiatives there's a rush to get out to those who need it most of this is the drought that's what i. was wondering when i was there i was the primary pang of knowing about how the government has responded to this crisis. droughts cattle rustling in conflicts over what hand postures are common in this vast region with an incredibly difficult terry lane the local government has spend millions of dollars sinking boreholes trucking water to those who need it and setting up agriculture projects official say harvesting and storing watering downs will help but there's just not enough money to do those dams will request
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a shell of reserve many i'm priorities of the people as we are told you would do budgeting when the product is available you don't people care less it only money toward that then you in face of problem because indication is a problem. aid workers also say convincing dharnas to invest in long term projects to deal with climate change has been hyped the acceleration of climate changes is fast and our capacity to to cope and respond is not as quick as it should be and therefore we are very much in entering into it to a vicious circle where we are looking at short term solutions addressing the effects of the crisis and not necessarily the root causes of the crisis. for now the focus is getting immediate help to families that have nothing but this wild food. but many of the. more they say they need a lasting solution to survive what has become. of.
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western kenya. stood ahead on al-jazeera. the streets of los angeles.
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all right and these hits bring us up to speed with baseball yeah and a lot of money flying about and this story i want to baseball's my source of supplies has had a financial hard run mike trouts as nets it
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a twelve year contract extension with the l.a. angels worth more than four hundred million dollars san hamish reports. the los angeles angels have officially landed the big one center fielder mike trout have found a record breaking twelve year contract extension would hold hundred thirty million dollars to welcome the other twenty seven nor my truck has been the american league's most valuable player on two occasions the twenty seven year old will now be expected to bring his team some overdue world series success and also i thank the fans you guys are. you guys you know what i believe all and just want a chance effect and i was going to. try out four hundred thirty million dollars deal will bring him an annual salary of around thirty six million dollars it
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smashes the thirteen year three hundred thirty million dollars contract recently signed by bryce harper at the philadelphia phillies. folk i'm paris and alex rodriguez a rod agree to a ten year two hundred seventy five million dollars deal with the yankees in two thousand and seven pretty much the book that's driven out the center for the angels haven't won the world series since two thousand and two and with this the outlay on try out is part of the considered plan for success. you have a farm system that is out that is going in the right direction i'm going to continue to build something sustainable here something healthy here and expect to criminally be one of the top teams in baseball year in year out the chance to. try out was due to be a free agent next year realistically the angels had to break a record to keep one of the league's most sought after hitches and she a lot of talk that going back east back she was you know
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i enjoy i enjoy every minute being here and it's not you know i was a mix that a child in jail for life it's the best news i've heard since two thousand and two when angels won the world series very exciting is going to be around and he's worth the money because the best player in baseball there is one curious if to stick trial to will be desperate to correct the season for all he's in good visual success child is yet to win a playoff game with the angels on how most al-jazeera. and f.l. star rob gronkowski has decided to quit the game at the age of just twenty nine from koski helpfully the hearing on patriots to three super bowl titles and nine seasons but has battled a number of serious injuries in recent years his totals of eighty one receptions and twelve touchdowns in the postseason all records for its heights and. i still will be aiming to cause an upset in your i twenty twenty qualifying later on that
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second world champions france in paris both teams began my campaigns with a win iceland have qualified for the previous two major tournament but finished bottom of the group at last year's world cup. we know what the french team is capable of they're capable of her teams him. and we know what kind of players they've got in their squad who are playing in every. best teams in or around europe so we need to be made to be world unware of the quality they have got in their squad well number one of a joke of it has stayed on course for a record breaking seventh title at the miami open joke which is through to the fourth round that was pushed hard by federico bonus the argentinian winning the second set looked capable of causing an upset jock rich start hitting back to win it a sort of six one he said of a match now with reports across the star groups i think curiosus added another
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page to his book of eccentric behavior and underarm serve his latest tactic the ego is still too much for his serbian opponent this and live it is the australian winning this match six three six warm. sun stevens defense of her title is over the american beaten in straight sets by touch the ana maria of germany the twenty seven senior so champion of course starts the elite in consecutive matches just when it's. took world number three simona halep close to three hours to get the better of poland hertzog can return to the top the world rankings with a title with miami i next place is seven song grand slam champion useful. steph curry return from a one game break to help shake off the embarrassment of a big defeat for the golden state warriors a day on from a thirty five point loss to the dallas mavericks the reigning n.b.a. champions beating the detroit pistons once when she wants one fourteen the win returns the warriors first place in the western conference. under scully mirages of
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ethiopia produced a record breaking run at the l.a. marathon rocky setting a new course record of two hours twenty four minutes and eleven seconds bettering the previous mark by nearly a minute. of kenya went on to win the men's rice ok that is the sports bank saga. that brings us the end of this news hour i'm back with another full show the compliment so do stay with us. against the odds and in fines to the devastating loss of their loved ones and their homes women from crucial have shown enormous resilience fighting against the odds to keep going in the absence of their beloved brothers fathers. twentieth self to the possible al jazeera while tells the story of female courage in the village the last of its name. women of crucial on al-jazeera
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april on al-jazeera nato leaders will gather just celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the alliance in washington d.c. madam husain engages in rigorous debates cutting through the headlines on up front twenty five years on from the genocide that killed nearly a million people rwanda has rebuilt but how far of its people have been reconciled the emmy award winning show phone lines is back with more investigative journalism and in-depth stories israel is to hold an early election on the ninth of april but with a corruption scandal looming will benjamin netanyahu extend his ten years as prime minister april on al-jazeera. in twenty sixty one the one east revealed that girls from me in march some as young as fifteen were trafficked to singapore to work as mate it's illegal and costing lives so why does it still continue when law
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abiding singapore one to one east on al-jazeera. it is murder when you throw a firebomb into someone's home and meet cheat me off actually you know. now that is significant and i'm sure is that insignificant ideologically that is significant even as a crime against the very significant by dictating the government and the fact of policy without shalt not kill the radicalized series on al-jazeera. to respond with force israel's prime minister cult short his trip to washington d.c. after a rocket attack north of tel aviv. on
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time is a damn this is our desire alive from dollhouse so coming up how america's gun lobby is working to influence policy outside the u.s. now to syria investigation into the n.r.a. is a stray mia connection. no clear winner yet in thailand's first election since a military coup five years ago and where in a remote part of mozambique where help is finally arriving more than a week after site only die. the firing of a rocket into a house north of tel aviv has prompted israel's prime minister's account short a visit to washington d.c. but anyway netanyahu will meet donald trump in just over an hour before returning home he's already talked of responding with force israel's foreign ministry says
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the single rocket was fired from gaza early monday morning seven people are reported to have been injured we've got two correspondents covering this developing story kimberly how ted is standing by for us in washington d.c. where netanyahu is set to meet with trump but we begin with harry for sit at the guards in israel borders so harry we've heard of reports of military mobilizations how does the situation look like where you are. well that's right the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has promised a forceful response to what he called a criminal act against the state of israel and we heard from the israeli military earlier in the day that they were mobilizing two extra brigades and preparing to call on army reservists as well so there are indications that a pretty major military response is in the offing here also the area around gaza the instructions are for agricultural land not to be worked on at the moment
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schools near here on the israeli side and inside gaza as world have closed early for the day after this rocket strike northeast of tel aviv earlier in the day what we're expecting is a pretty major response because we had another rocket strike a double rocket attack on television just ten days or so ago there was a response to that one hundred targets struck inside gaza and now there has been this further rocket strike another long range rocket and benjamin netanyahu in the midst of an election campaign is under heavy criticism from his electoral opponents for having failed to contain the situation here and so we are expecting a pretty big response inside gaza people there tell us our colleagues there tell us that there is not yet a sense of panic but people are extremely concerned about what's happening those who can afford it have been going to the shops and stocking up on groceries and we
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just had a statement from the joint command group of all the the factions within gaza they say that all israeli targets are within their range should israel choose to escalate the situation or a visit to ation on the ground this thing how the fool said let's continue to talk about this to kimberly health in washington d.c. how much of a cloud is this costing over talks with donald trump. well there is no question as we've been reporting that the visit will be cut short in terms of a cloud much of washington still seems fixated on the ball of report how this is impacting the u.s. president and questions about whether that report will be made public something that the white house is saying will be left up to the attorney general to make that decision but with respect to the meeting that is set to take place in a little more than an hour's time we did have the opportunity to speak with the white house press secretary sarah sounders about that oval office meeting between
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these two embattled political leaders not just israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu but also u.s. president donald trump this is a closed media a vent and when we asked the press secretary whether or not that would open back up she could not guarantee that that would be the case so we may only see a photo op coming out of this in the form of a still photo but no sound or comment from the leaders one question that is still out there is whether or not the president as has been rumored here in washington whether or not he will formally recognize israel's control over the golan heights we get asked this of the white house press secretary she's the risk a lot of business to discuss because the prime minister's visit to washington that timeline being cut short she could not guarantee that that is something that still would be taking place but there's no question that for both of these leaders they are both trying with this meeting to set a narrative for their campaigns not just the president as he faces reelection in two thousand and twenty but of course the israeli prime minister with the more
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imminent election and they. will run so much kimberly how. well the israeli prime minister was due to address the american israel public affairs committee conference in washington d.c. before as we just said he cut short his u.s. visit a bank is america's most powerful pro israel lobby group it's a number and number of u.s. political leaders are scheduled to speak at the event comes at a time of unprecedented pro israel measures by the trumpet ministration israeli opposition leader benny gantz is also at the conference and is addressing the delegates. from all this let's cross over now chapter ten see it live in washington d.c. so she has now as the hour is not going there that must be getting even more of an opportunity to be polite many guns. right all of it was praise from benny gantz for netanyahu susan to leave in fact benny gantz had tweeted earlier this morning quote the reality in which hamas turned israel into
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a hostages on president fathomable netanyahu house to pack up now and return to israel to handle this serious escalation netanyahu now says he will be packing up and going home cutting short his his u.s. trip and so this was some praise to prime he doesn't you know he said. he that he appreciated but. now his decision to go back to israel and i'm getting some self said i will return to israel today as well in order to if necessary fight so that was the beginning of the speech was praised enough to know who will be cutting short his trip to the u.s. as well it would seem to return to israel as well beyond doubt by what we have is a pretty standard stump speech of benny gantz emphasizing his warrior credentials his time in the military but also giving warnings to iran and hamas bowing not to exceed two security council resolutions of international law as regards israeli occupation of the occupied territories and he's getting all sorts of applause at all sorts of rounds of applause for anything he says the vows to but with iran what
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hamas will also understand mike pence is trying to court favor there at apac tell us how important it is for the time the new stray sions reelection. i mean that's a fascinating thing isn't it i mean mike pence is a particular part of that republican support base for the extreme right wing israeli lobby is a stream right wing israeli policy that we see as regards the occupation because it's an evangelical base like a christian evangelical base of whom my cancer is part might compare with the secretary of state who last week was telling telling reporters that he thought perhaps that donald trump may have been sent by god to protect the iranians yet this is a major part of the republican base it's interesting when people talk about the israeli lobby will support amongst jews for israel that support is actually declining particularly among young people the solid immovable part of that israeli lobby base for the most extreme right wing policies off the bat and your government
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for example comes from christian evangelicals who see it as a prophecy that the jews retain and that is occupied currently started that in the final rapture when the second coming comes in fact of jews don't convert to christianity they will be sent into eternal hellfire but that is a key part off that base here in the u.s. a key part of the power of the israeli lobby quote of apac and the other organizations is that christian evangelical group which mike michael pence is one of the most vocal it is that really fascinating as you have thanks for breaking that down for us jabatan see the. new zealand's prime minister has announced a wide ranging commission of inquiry into security agencies of the two mosque attacks in christ church killed fifty people it will look into everything from gun laws social media and how to prevent all the calling terror attacks the inquiry will look at what could have or should have been done to prevent the attack it will
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inquire into the individual and his activities before the terrorist attack including of course a look at agencies it will look at the actions of the. police customs emigration and any other relevant government. departments or agencies new zealand has already banned semiautomatic weapons and is rewriting its laws in the wake of the mosque shootings gun laws in australia where the alleged attacker came from a much tougher but officials from the american powerful gun lobby the n.r.a. of being filmed by al-jazeera as investigative unit advising an australian political party how to deal with public opinion in the wake of a mass shooting peter charlie reports. on a visit to washington last attempt by a team from pauline hanson's one nation party help from the n.r.a. in order to changes trillions strict gun control laws in the country where you live on this. in
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a series of meetings one nation was given advice on how best to prepare a stranger for a change to its laws i think beneficial they are and they take steps in the right direction to start providing protection to people and again that. i would get. a look at australia astray or severely restricted the sale of semi automatic and automatic guns following a massacre in the tasmanian town of port arthur in one thousand nine hundred six. thirty five people were murdered by a gunman using an a r fifteen assault rifle six hundred fifty thousand weapons were confiscated and destroyed you probably don't really get called to wipe out a national gun ban overnight but if you can work around the margins were there goes eight improve the lives of going on a daily basis it does demonstrate and we begin tonight in the gives hope you can start making a difference in
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a break down the narrative so that people in this reaction do going to use it and make it. astray strict gun control laws are problematic for the n.r.a. is officials have said they fear success could be used to limit gun ownership in america if the left wing anti gun owners who literally point to watch trail you as this shining model as to why we need gun bans and gun confiscation in the run up to the port arthur massacre australia was tracking its name level and right mass shootings as the americans since not in ninety six their brains zero mass shootings of people have not learned to be silent in stride no. one nation was coached on how to react if soft a gun was a lead to another measure in a strenuous n.r.a. officials suggested to one nation that they smear advocates of gun control for exploiting the massacre there used to raise children but or.
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if your policy isn't good enough to stand. there. for.


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