tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 247 Al Jazeera September 5, 2019 10:32am-11:01am +03
physiology we needed to start a program to deal with our patients needs to remove some of these old wires that need to be removed either from infection or wires don't function any more you need a new wire and so that's why we look to hire dr jerry and he came here and for 3 years he spent starting up the program and dealing with really a backlog of a lot of very complicated cases really i think partly because of some really excellent training at n.y.u. but also with his own ingenuity he was able to quickly become expert at removing some of these very very difficult wires actually knew where is that lit a slack one of them are minimal. amount that if the laser on put a tag that it had its lack of it could risk that by highly you who am a shifty of math. and you can have a few howso in or. up niamey and know that i've met them
a good fit in what you looked already how the child is love. and the professor that romney. i think as an instructor's professor one of the greatest achievements we can have as teachers is to have a student that becomes better than us to give that student the tools to learn and to build upon what we have taught and mohamad has been one of those great students he has taken the skills that i have taught him that you learn from his other mentors at york university and he has gone out and practice and he has begun to do these procedures and he's done very well 6 years so as a professor who has had the opportunity to teach somebody like him to see him develop into an incredible young physician and take these skills and treat patients and save lives it's the greatest joy i can have as a professor. on
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hello again welcome back we are watching hurricane dorian make its way to the north and then it's going to be making its way to the northeast but very very close to that coastline of the united states you can see the eye of the storm right here it is going to be weakening slowly over the next few days but still cause a lot of problems here across parts of the coast of georgia south carolina as well as north carolina now by the time we get to friday we could be seeing a landfall again with this storm somewhere probably in the northern coast of south carolina or even north carolina so we're going to be watching that very carefully strong storm surge as well as in the flooding is expected across much of this area well over here towards western mexico you can always the rain right now but we did have a weak tropical storm quickly make its way onshore it was very fast live but it brought some heavy rain across much of that area the rain will remain across the he area here on thursday getting much better and also dry here as we go towards friday but down towards the south it is going to be more rain across parts of of guatemala
down towards nicaragua as well as into panama with the temps there of about 30 degrees for rio de janeiro it is going to be a cold front pushing through you over the next few days that is going to bring your temperature down we do expect to see some showers in your forecast but by the time we get to friday things look much better with a temperature of about 22. as a weapon of war leaves the very deepest scars. scars so rule that the victims men and women can barely talk about it. they are the only witnesses who can help bring about justice al-jazeera follows human rights campaigners in libya investigating right since the 2011 revolution. libya unspeakable crime on al-jazeera.
the responding 6 continents across the globe. al-jazeera is correspondents live in bringing the stories they tell have rather not like you know by this letter stand. we're at the mercy of the russian camp for palestinian refugees i'll just 0 fluent in world news. this is al-jazeera. hello i'm daryn jordan this is the out as they are news hour live from doha coming up in the next 60 minutes the british prime minister suffers another blow in parliament as m.p.'s votes to block the u.k. from leaving the new without a deal. nor make us reject his johnson's motion calling for an early election next
month. and the trade talks are back on the u.s. and china agreed to get back to the negotiating table to resolve their trade. boycott reprisal attacks and stepped up security at the fallout from violence on foreign owned businesses and some. africa is being felt across the continent. britain's prime minister barak's johnston's plans to lead the u.k. out of the european union are in crisis his proposal to hold a snap election before the brags that deadline of october 31st has been voted down and m.p.'s have also passed a bill blocking the possibility of a no deal exit from the e.u. that's something johnson said he was willing to consider if no new withdrawal deal was agreed under simmons as more. another defeat for boris johnson already on the back foot with a rebellion in his party and the opposition taking over the parliamentary timetable
i used to the right 327 no select 299. within minutes boris johnson was on his feet with his plan for a snap elections i don't want an election the public don't want an election the country doesn't want to lecture me but this house has left no other option then getting the public decide who they want as prime minister and i commend this motion to the high end of the opposition bill that now has to be passed by parliament upper house johnson is forced to seek an extension of the brics it deadline that will you move it to january scuppering his do or die plan for a no deal brix it if necessary on october 31st but labor the main opposition party isn't ready to give support to johnson's call for an election which needs a 2 thirds majority that the also the election to die is
a bit like the offer of an apple to snow white in the working queen because what he's offering is not an apple or even election but the poison of a no deal. so mr speaker i repeat i repeat what i said. last night last night let this bill pass and gain royal assent then we will back at election so we do not crash out with a no deal exit from the european union. and surprisingly rude labor abstaining johnson's attempt to get an immediate election didn't pass by having the house well we are aware. that the nation has no rights of. the majority or quad out of the fixed parliament fact this is about defending our democracy ahead of the latest political drama
demonstrators in parliament square denounce boris johnson's actions accusing him of engineering a no deal grex it by claiming there are still chances of a deal when there's no progress whatsoever boris johnson may have only been in power for 6 weeks but he doesn't have control right now nevertheless you've only got to listen to the demonstrators to realise the central issue is about trust and the opposition want to be absolutely sure there's a cop up balsam guarantee the card play any tricks if there is an election the 2nd largest opposition party is also against an immediate election people don't trust him when he says he really wants a deal we all suspect that he wants a new deal and we also want to make sure that he's not able to use his proxy of powers as the prime minister to create some tricks and allow the country to crush out another day of unprecedented moves within parliament and with it still
uncertainty about what the people of the united kingdom might expect from its political leadership and who symonds al-jazeera westminster or john hall has more now on what was an extraordinary night in parliament. it was a day that began with to trembling voice of nicholas soames winston churchill's grandson in the house of commons talking about the end of his 37 year career as a conservative party m.p. sacked this morning by boris johnson for opposing the government in tuesday night's vote and it was a day that ended with trembling voices on both sides of the house m p's trembling with a anger and frustration at their break sid impasse it is clear that for many a general election can't come soon enough will it didn't come to night that was no surprise the opposition labour fired he had always said it wasn't going to vote for boris johnson's motion until or unless that and teed no deal breaks it was locked
down well if as is expected the legislation does make its way through the house of lords by the end of this week and on to the statue you folks expect another motion to try and trigger a general election early next weekend that one in all likelihood will succeed well jonathan lists is deputy director of british influence that's a pro europe think tank he says bias johnson has been forced into are vulnerable position and has very few options it's extraordinary that number 10 was having to issue denials that he was going to resign this is 6 weeks into his premiership so his credibility has been hugely dented because he's lost the 1st 3 variants of his premiership so of course he has his one promise is to take us out to the e.u. on 31st were tape that he's now been trops he's now been stopped from doing that and he's then trucks in another way because that he's not going to be allowed an election that allowed him to keep that pledge and said really the opposition is
just simply refusing to give him a rank so get him out of the hole he's dealt himself and that could make him very very weak and vulnerable to a threat from the brics a party when that election finally comes well he has 2 options really very thin very difficult the 1st one is to call a very tough no confidence in himself which is in itself extraordinary but if he does that and loses confidence then parliament has buttin days in which to find a new prime minister he could find confidence so that's a very high risk move jones and the other way is by altering the law as it stands so you hear a new requires a simple majority for election but that would require a majority in the commons and alludes which currently elites and i mean all the european union's brags that negotiator refused to comment on whether any progress has been made on briggs the talks michelle bonnie a met with the u.n. ambassadors in brussels to discuss the new case pending departure from the block
after my meeting understates no. doubt work and i just can't get you into the who do we need you need a conscientious of would you go you know i can't i'm coming. some breaking news now on the ongoing trade war between the world's 2 biggest economies within the last it's been announced that china in the u.s. have agreed to meet for talks in october it comes after the latest round of tit for tat tariffs between the 2 countries went into effect on sunday when mike hanna joins us live now from washington d.c. mike's reports that the u.s. and chinese trade negotiators would meeting again what's different this time around might given that previous talks have all broken down. well there's a myriad of factors at play here dara not least the resolution of that crisis in hong kong which has led to a rebirth in the chinese stock market but most importantly perhaps it does appear that the leaders of both countries are increasingly beginning to be aware that this
is a 0 sum claim we have the latest round of trade was introduced this past weekend as you said the u.s. plans more trade tariffs at the beginning of next month and then both countries intended to introduce new tariffs in mid december certainly there has been an economic impact on both countries but within the us as well a major political impact the farmers the rural areas which are the bedrock of president trump support base have been getting increasingly restive as a consequence of these tariffs just to give one example the export of soybeans has dropped by 50 percent from 2017 so there's been a massive impact on the rural sector within the united states which could have a political bearing on the election coming up in 2020 so certainly both leaders perhaps looking for a way out of this ongoing trade wall the conversation in the course of this morning
was apparently between treasury secretary steve nugent and the chinese vice premier they've agreed it is reported that a lower level group of negotiators will meet this month paving the way setting the agenda for talks such will take place in washington at the beginning of october my cousins say here the politics is very important donald trump wants to be seen to be tough on china particularly in the run up to u.s. elections. well president trump prides himself as the deal maker but it does appear that he may not have predicted probably the outcome of these try to tear up increases certainly there's been a massive impact on the u.s. economy it hasn't shown at this particular point but it has shown signs of frailty many observers saying that it is going to get very very much worse before it gets better but once again you have that political effect advisers to president trump have been cautioning him off the effect that the trade tariffs are having on as i
said that bedrock base of president trump support the rural farmer and that certainly is something that has been preying on president trump's mind but it occurs on both sides for example it's the 80th anniversary of the chinese communist party at the beginning of next month certainly president xi jinping is looking for some kind of celebrate tree aspected to celebrate that particular occasion so both leaders have a stake in this but most importantly perhaps it does indicate that both leaders realize that this is a 0 sum game that really is getting worse it is not going to get all right at my kind of there in washington d.c. mike thank you for a lot more to come on the news hour including. we all hope to find a way out of the current impasse and unsettling types on company leads to one of the demands of the protest movement but it is unlikely to satisfy the demonstrators . and we'll tell you about a contentious visit by israel's prime minister to the occupied west bank and we'll
have all the sport we'll hear from a tennis player who's just reached her 1st ever grand slam something that's all still to come. the number of people killed by hurricane dorian in the bahamas has risen to 20 the storms slammed into the island as a category 5 hurricane but has now weakened united nations is warning 70000 people are in need of aid in half of all homes in the 2 worst affected islands were damaged or destroyed the speed of the winds that hit the abaco island when dorian made landfall with the highest on record the prime minister hubert menace says rescue operations are in full swing and as want to get saluting on the island. but the stories on the council building an interesting. and distressed. that anyway.