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tv   In Bad Faith  Al Jazeera  October 24, 2019 1:32am-2:00am +03

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yes somebody just. picked. 10 who are we have a. guy but you just never saw him down when are we going to let you were so i think my love for you but a lot i'm awfully. bad now mother what i found on my phone how would you know i thought you know not michael. vick. i've got something. different i mean we cannot know. this was our party good game or whatever would come about. that it was going to be would be good none of them. were not in the end i was there will go to one of them coming.
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to the end. to. the order. to. help them out i had an idea. well yeah. but you have a. lot
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of. though it might have the 2 that it would do a lot of but then they want to simply go ahead and somehow dive with us in a month or 10 momoa. we have them up and it isn't a good one give them an argument over through with the government that it will happen it will begin it's a very limited to the done it up to do that now goes on to just one it would get in on one side this it would hit my back to do something or would have to do with you that if you sit down with them don't about something new to me doesn't have to happen but she hasn't asked us and they got what you said let it was my cause i'm gonna say but to give a check up that's not what i'm sounding like not some of them hungry but shit i wasn't there but the show cut it down as i was getting at but there were. a lot of the 7 it was a big when it went on but turn on by taking my daughter back to the good are not i'm not just images of them as i never did outward lungful up them but that's the
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other one of. the to done it. was children make a name on them good luck will make one of my own to get someone to look in finally a little bit will do any good living on the. magic the net but the show don't get. the.
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lisa. mullins. it's a little. pleasure lug nut themselves rather than let them. have a moment of not going to. get. larry that little sleep. oh. lol. lol.
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this one still is it still a good idea to give him 1st day making me go home without it if you go fish and we never know but yeah my film went on little freedom. to. the city national didn't have to feast ok. up. until. she.
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either. way i have idea. i'm making every yak in the 80 to 80 hour but i have to. make up i have much more that i don't like yet i mean. some. national time for change in. the local position. the man also my ass if i'm done i am single still. a dumb 100 that can. go to. the put. between 40 for my own blow. off.
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the old one. but not. so. good. to get a good one no bigger than i can make it even though you might even get. them on the. my. second book. from ha ha. ha. ha ha ha ha.
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how do you know oh no no one i ever have. gallon on the element. because florida gave the yes. blue they were taking off but they did. get some of this is the song of the. day to. actually american. money on my. saxophone. stick. a stick.
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stick it was but i didn't. use me to say that i don't think. anybody's pretty much back until he's. into you know. how much of it is. down by 50 cent and damn. i. can't. take a. close. call oh. oh. so much.
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worse is the fact this. is so cool with that because of the. long pole. you moneybookers. people. like. 6
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you talk. to. me. and i'm like a. minute or not you know sitting in front of the pentagon. it is funny because what if they. didn't have what about a. minute and out of that class to say. back to school because a lot of the lack of the manager positive was very much a private pilot going along. thinking money was going to mean it's going to look good. you good.
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thing. or a. little you are. going to be.
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the 1st. to go home i mustn't ever take. you. up on a little but. i hope you don't. know the number. you. want to call that's one of. the.
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helped clean up the campus and helped build some of its facilities for every 2 kilo's of plastic waste they collect this school receives a brick made to plastic and cement. for some activists this may not be the most ecological way to eliminate the problems of plastic but this is seen as an immediate solution to the growing problems of landfills across the country waste can now be used to manufacture building materials. let someone else fight over this. blood stage sand. donald trump says on the a few u.s. troops will remain in syria now the turkey plans to make the current cease fire
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permanent. hello i'm stan grant this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. in measured c. 7 says it's 10 dates but sadly thanks 9 people inside the container have died. a murder investigation is launched in the u.k. off to dozens of bodies are found in a truck. a disputed election triggers calls for a strike in bolivia president is accusing the opposition of staging a coup to block his victory. the pentagon official in charge of overseeing defense policy on ukraine testifies before the donald trump impeachment inquiry. he was president donald trump says washington will lift sanctions imposed on turkey but warns ankara must honor its obligations trump by the announcement at the white
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house this comes after russia agreed with turkey to use troops to extend a cease fire along the syrian border on tuesday but turkey's offensive began after washington's decision to withdraw u.s. troops from northern syria earlier this month early this morning the government of turkey informed my administration that they would be stopping combat and their offensive in syria and making the cease fire permanent and it will indeed be permanent however you would also define the word permanent in that part of the world as somewhat questionable we all understand that but i do believe it will be permanent i've therefore instructed the secretary of the treasury to lift all sanctions imposed on october 14th. in response to turkey's original offensive moves against the kurds in serious northeast border region the official twitter
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account of the s.t.'s forces have tweeted on behalf of their commander in chief general muslim who says president trump promised to maintain partnership with estee if and long term support at various speeds within just a few moments of sama binge of aid will join us live from sun the earth on the turkish syrian border we go to turkey 1st though to the white house today kimberly how good to talk us through what president trump had to say and kimberly president trump taking a lot of credit for what's played out between turkey and and syria along that border but his position on this is being heavily criticized throughout hasn't it. it's been heavily criticized as a result this is a you have to remember u.s. president already campaigning for reelection in 2020 targeting a domestic audience portraying him packaging this is a master marketer as a success even though it is important to point out that initially the president had
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announced a withdrawal of u.s. troops what this really is is a repositioning of american soldiers he acknowledged that some are now remaining to guard oil fields will still others are going into iraq or even into saudi arabia that's not the withdrawal that the u.s. promised cut or the u.s. president promised on the campaign trail having said that he does believe that for now the the ceasefire that was brokered with turkey and the through the united states that it is holding and he acknowledged as a result the sanctions that were put in place on october 14th by the united states would be lifted over the u.s. president is leaving open or day in the possibility that new sanctions could be put in place if he doesn't like how turkey behaves and also that there could be tariffs put in place on turkish steel into the united states he also left open the possibility that invitation for president to want to visit the white house is still on the white house schedule for november 30th the president u.s.
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president on top of saying that may happen may be the critical word leaving open the option for it to be canceled if he doesn't like how things move going forward. campbell you did touch on this and that is the only going role of those troops that will remain president trump talking with them protecting the oil fields but there's also questions about the extent to which the u.s. can influence things in that part of the world now given that it's created space for the likes of russia and russia has been critical throughout in this has not. absolutely and this is a major concern that you've touched on that has hit close to home literally in the u.s. congress not just by opposition democrats but also by members of the president's own republican party one of the biggest supporters of u.s. president donald trump mitch mcconnell the top republican in the senate very concerned about this putting forward legislation to try and undo the u.s.
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withdrawal citing not only the concern there would be new influence now in the region by russia and also iran concerns for the united states but donald trump pushing back on that saying that this is not a fight that the u.s. needs to be in it's time for other players in the region to step up that this is already something where the u.s. has stayed much longer than was ever intended turkey syria and all forms of the kurds have been fighting for centuries we have done them a great service and we've done a great job for all of them and now we're getting out long time we were supposed to be there for 30 days that was almost 10 years ago so we're there for 30 days and now we're leaving supposed to be a very quick hit and let's get out and it was a quick hit except they stayed for almost 10 years let someone else fight over this
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long blood stayed and sand the big concern for many members of congress is the resurgence of eisel the u.s. president pushing his european partners to not only take up gardening eisel fighters incarceration but also repatriation to bring them to trial. kelly thank you kimberly how could joining us live there from washington d.c. want to take you now to that turkish syrian border were some of been jive is going to join us take us through if you could about what is happening on the ground because this is going to be critical yes there's another $150.00 days of this cease fire but that then requires the y.p. g s t a forces to pull back from that area so that turkey and russia can establish this so-called safe zone and president trump warning as well if the things go wrong the sanctions might come back so what's happening on the ground.
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absolutely stan so let us explain what this border is this long border between turkey and syria can essentially be divided now into 3 parts on the east of the euphrates river return he now holds most of it and its fighters hold most of control and then there is the west's flank of the euphrates river all the way to the city of commissioning in chunks of that parts turkey has gone in and tried to establish this so-called safe zone 30 kilometers deep all the way running along its borders to its syrian border to iraq now turkey has halted that operation after taking some parts of it. and russia 9 and west of that is still with kurdish fighters now the agreement between syria between russia and turkey on the syrian border is that these kurdish fighters believe turkey essentially see these fighters as terrorists as it calls them because it sees them as an offshoot of the goodstein
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workers party or p.k. k. many of them have been inducted into the syrian democratic forces which are american allies although the united states has they call it a massive betrayal and have left them to their own function but they're still working with the u.s. forces on the western flank close to iraq where these oil facilities are located just today we saw at least 2 incidents happen one incident one in another part of the of the border areas 2 attacks one car bombing $11.00 explosion and it gives you an idea of how fragile the situation is these are thousands of fighters who are backed by turkey who are there are sick russian forces who are there who actually started patrolling the city of kabbani so it is a hodgepodge of well tipple forces with various interests and desires along that border area which are operating there so it is going to be essential that this 150
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days is used by those kurdish fighters and we have seen a warning again by russia today that use those days to leave these areas because if you don't then the turks are going to come back and take those areas by force. a summer thank you a summer binge about joining us there from the turkey syria border what it's like you know out of the u.k. where emergency services found 39 bodies in a container truck in southeast england the discovery was made on an industrial estate in gray's essex which is east of london early on wednesday morning police have arrested a 25 year old man from northern ireland on suspicion of murder prime minister bars johnson says he is a poor old by the incident it is hard to put ourselves in the shoes of those emergency services day as a runner or gentleman opposite said as they were asked to open that container and to expose the appalling crime that had taken place and i must say i do share
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a strong desire now for the perpetrators of that crime and indeed all those who engage in similar activity because because we know that these trade is going on all such traders in human beings should be hunted down and brought to justice. paul brennan has this update now from essex. the police operation here at the industrial estates at eastern avenue in gray's inn essex is starting to wind down now we've seen forensic vehicles leaving the most important vehicle of all has also been taken away that's the lorry containing still the bodies of those 39 victims of this tragedy forensic specialists have taken that vehicle to tilbury docks where they will carefully and slowly and forensically remove those bodies from the back of that lorry and hope to identify them and then be able to notify the next of kin as well as being able to investigate who exactly was responsible for leading to their
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deaths we also know a bit more now about the movements of that lorry it was originally told told to us by police that it came in via holyhead north wales ports and that brought up intriguing possibilities as to why it had taken such a long route from ball garia its original desk its original set off point it now appears that just the tractor part of the lorry came in via holyhead the container with the victims inside was transported via a zebra into purfleet which is just a couple of miles down the road from here arriving in the early hours of wednesday morning so just in.


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