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it's a tiny proportion of an enormous sum hardly a windfall and the fear that many community radio stations share is that government money well bring with it the government's message is that this reform does not really benefit us since it compromises our relationship with social movements these funds can be understood as a payment to the media in the end we decided that this money was not a gift given to us by the authority but a right and we want to exercise that right. if they want to the issue of these one percent demonstrates how little interest the mexican estate has you mean did you know the community radio station one percent doesn't compare to what we contribute as well in tears making programs they have today we give much more than one percent and for whom is the other ninety nine percent where does the other ninety nine percent go. the trend is the fund media which flatter the authorities but this has to stop communication resources must be
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allocated to all media in a fair and equal way not punishing those media that's a critical we are treating this issue with caution because we don't want community radio to become dependent on public money. while questions of. lawlessness and corruption says the mexican government the country's centralized corporate media can only tell the best one side of the story. the community radio station reflecting representing social rural communities indigenous peoples and women are a better expression of mexico's true diversity and are demanding the same. finally speak to advertising executives and i'll tell you that if you want to push a product first you need to understand your target demographic these days ad companies are looking for millennial as a. they've clearly come up with what they think is
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phone it's fun. everyone is using we totes know but we just wanted to see if you know. where you're going. is this a. problem we focus grouped this scenario and. they thought they were americans until they broke the law now they're deported to cambodia for life. one of the families fighting for their loved ones at this time on al-jazeera. the nature news as it breaks many of the people here came to this camp with injuries and illnesses already with detailed coverage the border between china and north korea stretches for more than fourteen hundred kilometers
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unlike the demilitarized zone in the atmosphere here is very relaxed from around the world the water that comes in the trucks the lispund water from the. sea is full of sediment and of course the high risk of disease. the ingredient that bring smiles is also number one culprit in the global health
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crisis cardiovascular disease. number one killer already most of the hardest part is just to survive we think of that but there is that all the same if we throw that sugar in place those risk factors this is a problem techno i biz time on old is you. violent scenes at polling stations and a political standoff as police crackdown on the capital and referendum declaring the declared illegal by the spanish government. again this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up the trial began in malaysia
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of two women accused of murdering the north korean leaders a strange power. one family's struggle to reunite how long puerto rico's road to recovery will be after hurricane maria and. seventy five million dollars. after visiting ranger refugees in bangladesh the head of the world food program outlines the scale of the help. initial figures released by the cattle and regional government show a decisive vote in favor of secession after sunday's referendum but also indicate a low turnout meanwhile the divide between the regional government and vassal lerner and the central government in madrid appears to have deepened after polls closed the president of the regional government charles push want so that catalonia
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had earned its right to independence more than eight hundred people were injured a spanish police moved in to shut down some polling stations speaking from the capital madrid prime minister mariano rajoy said that spain had shown it has the resources to defend itself from an attack as serious as this illegal referendum and in another sign that this crisis is far from over labor unions in catalonia have called for a general strike on tuesday with a catalonian government unveiled a the preliminary results stressing that despite the violence millions had voted and behaved peacefully. i we our element last year today democracy won more importantly today people won and they won because they behaved and defended democracy peacefully in these exceptional circumstances two million two hundred sixty two thousand four hundred twenty four people voted out of sarah's campaign hole is in barcelona. in
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a tally of the votes offered by catalan no authority as they say an overwhelming majority of those who voted voted in favor of catalonia breaking away from the rest of spain capital thora the say ninety percent of those who voted of voted for secession but the problem lies more in the level of voter turnout and from the figures that we have been given it seems that that did not reach much higher than around forty three percent that effectively means that well over hoffman registered voters in catalonia either did not turn out could not vote or boycotted the vote and that will certainly lead to even deeper divisions between the regional government in catalonia and the central government in madrid in the in the coming days what i believe we will see is that the cattle lying government pushing an interpretation to suggest that perhaps this turnout was
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a success by given the level of effort by the central government to crack down on this referendum and use police reinforcements to try and shut down voter stations on the other hand it is likely that madrid and prime minister mariano rajoy will point to this relatively low voter turnout to suggest that the catalonian government simply does not have a strong mandate to declare independence from the rest of spain we've going to have to look at developments over the coming forty eight hours because it is on tuesday that the catalan government has said it will declare independence from the rest of spain a based on this voter turnout they say that they will view the results of this referendum as binding also the main labor unions have declared a general strike from choose day in an effort to back the push for secession. the
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trial of two women accused of murdering the north korean leader as a strange half brother is under way in malaysia they're accused of poisoning kim jong nam with a nerve agent at kuala lumpur airport in february the women from vietnam in indonesia face the death penalty if they're found guilty of zero as florence louis has more now from the high court near kuala lumpur. the two suspects from indonesia home from vietnam have pleaded not guilty to charges of murdering. thirteenth of february now the lead prosecutor in his opening remarks said the prosecution will put forward evidence including calling expert witnesses to testify that kim jong un died off to being swamped with a lethal dose of the x. nerve agent and he said they will be able to prove beyond reasonable doubt that these two women knew what they were doing and knew that what they were doing was enough to kill kim jong not now of course these two women are not the only thoughts
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in this case though for the north korean men but they are still at large police malaysian police have not been able to question them much less put them on trial now they are thought to have left malaysia a couple of hours after the killing was committed and they're believed to be in north korea there is an interpol red notice and look out for these four men now of course at this stage we don't still know what the motive was this could become kara in the coming weeks but the two women have said have told diplomats from the home countries that they are not guilty but they thought they were just taking part in a harmless prank for a reality television show robert kennedy is a professor of political science and diplomacy at the national university he says that came death well of strained north korea china relations given that he was on the chinese protection at the time. yeah i think the chinese are pretty upset with the north koreans they just don't want to say it publicly i think geopolitically the chinese see north korea as a useful buffer between them and the americans and the japanese and south koreans
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so they like the idea of of korea being divided and north korea being roughly in the chinese orbit what they really don't like is the sort of ideological gangster kind of governance of north korea right so the pursuit of nuclear weapons obviously is very disruptive to china i think that china i think they do think china is not lying when they say they want to denuclearize korea they want to keep north korea alive they don't mind the kim family but i don't think they want them a nuclear weapons similar i think. realize that all this kind of north korean gangsters and the kind of things that we've seen in malaysia not just the murders but north korea traffickers and methamphetamines and counterfeit dollars and sadly that north korea does a lot of sort of shady illicit stop and i think that the chinese would like to find a way to rein that in but they don't really know how all that sort of ends up or down the china right because it's you know chinese banks the whole north korean money and stuff like that and china acts as a pipeline to north korea and all this tarnishes china's reputation as sort of a responsible normal you know rising superpower right they look like they're sort of a patron of the of this sort of gangster state right and so i would say that the relationship is probably pretty strained but until china decides that north korea isn't sort of
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worth it as a geo political buffer anymore i don't see them cutting north korea loose the u.s. president has dismissed his secretary of state's efforts to negotiate with north korea as a waste of time donald trump's comments come a day after rex tillerson revealed that the u.s. was using direct channels of communication with pyongyang mike hanna reports from washington secretary of state ricks to listen has been holding high level talks in beijing dealing both with north korea as well as the wider relationship between the u.s. and china this is seen as a crucial part of a warm up in relations between the two countries and china would have welcomed to listens apparent commitment to pursuing a diplomatic track in dealing with north korea in an off the camera interview the secretary of state confirmed publicly that the u.s. was specific back channels in dialogue with the pyongyang administration this was the president's reaction less than twenty four hours later i told ricks to listen
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now wonderful secretary of state that he's wasting his time trying to negotiate with little rocket man followed by save your energy rex will do what has to be done . president trump continued tweeting on north korea while he traveled a short distance from his golf club to another to watch the final day of the presidents cup tournament at parity unconcerned that he'd publicly contradicted his secretary of state but given that to listen appears to have given his commitment to chinese leaders to pursue avenues of dialogue on this occasion is particularly embarrassing to the country's top diplomat and his up and stated policy this is not the first time the president has publicly contradicted his secretary of state but given that to listen appears to his given his commitment to chinese leaders to pursue you avenues of dialogue it's particularly embarrassing to the country's top diplomat and is often stated policy we're going to continue our our peaceful pressure campaign as i have described it working with allies working with china as
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well to see if we can bring the regime in point yank to the negotiating table with a view to begin a dialogue on a different future for korean peninsula and for north korea this policy now reversed without consultation in a few thumb strokes and no matter how wonderful the president may describe his secretary of state rex tillerson is cutting an increasingly lonely figure in what is clearly a divided administration mike hanna al-jazeera washington one hundred ten thousand customers of the british airline monica stranded overseas it follows a decision by u.k. authorities not to renew its license to sell package holidays the government's asked deficients to charter thirty aircraft to deal with the crisis that's the company went into administration three hundred thousand of future bookings have also been cancelled mark posted losses of almost four hundred million dollars in
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twenty sixteen. facebook plans to turn over copies of around three thousand ads with suspected russian links to the u.s. congress on monday the social network says the ads were likely bought by people in russia in the months before and after last year's u.s. election three congressional panels are investigating allegations of russian meddling in the election eisler has claimed responsibility for a knife attack that killed two young women in mass is main train station the attacker a man believed to be in his thirty's was shot dead by special forces a counterterrorism investigation is underway france's interior minister described the event as an awful tragedy and praised the security forces police in canada man arrested over an attack in edmonton is a somali national seeking refugee status five people were injured when the thirty year old rammed a car into a traffic control barricade before attacking
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a police officer with a knife officers are calling the incidents an act of terrorism after seizing what appeared to be an eyesore flag from the vehicle we're going to weather update next here on al-jazeera then the colombian government and the rebel group the negotiate their first ever cease fire agreement after five decades of fighting. and searching for justice one man's case against the n.y.p.d. is highlighted in a new documentary. welcome back as we look at weather conditions across the levant and western parts of asia you can see the eastern areas gerri looking draw and find still some showers around the southern side of the caspian sea and rather caucuses some big storms are likely send you away towards back when i say by sound there with eighteen as a mix on so the eastern side of turkey also looking wet to pursue come further
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south into lebanon where the conditions find their beirut it twenty eight but you notice that area of rain becomes more extensive and heads further towards the east maybe even tehran might pick up the old shower still pretty warm in kuwait of course at this time of the year but then in the arabian peninsula temperatures not quite as high as that for so in the gulf states temperatures just easing fractionally humidity not quite as high as it has been on the other side of the peninsula temperatures still around about the forty mark for both mecca and medina so heading down into southern parts of africa where the conditions for the most part looking fine but we still want to showers around the eastern side of south africa into the sotto and swaziland should be dry and find it twenty three further north across much of botswana and into maybe a weather conditions should also remain dry with plenty of sunshine in central africa plenty of big showers effect in central africa public and also bond with highs of twenty nine expected in libra ville.
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the coca plant has long been a pillar of bolivia's traditions but its use in illegal drugs today is threatening the nation's culture that might and yet most adora dues are involved because they received it back so while some have made fortunes many others have suffered at the hands of this multi-billion dollar industry me malady my mother was strangled with the cable and brought them a car with the power because a he describes who are the winners and losers of this illicit trade snow of the n.d. at this time. well again the top stories here on al-jazeera this initial figures show
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a decisive vote in favor of catalonia secession from spain in sunday's referendum but also indicate a low turnout more than eight hundred people were injured across the region the spanish police moved in to shut down some polling stations. two women accused of killing the half brother of north korea's leader have pleaded not guilty of his murder at the start of their trial in malaysia they're accused of poisoning kim jong nam with a nerve agent at kuala lumpur airport in february and the u.s. president has contradicted his secretary of state's handling of the north korean crisis dismissing efforts to negotiate over its nuclear program as a waste of time donald trump's comments come a day after rex tillerson revealed that the u.s. was using direct channels of communication with pyongyang. or the u.s. president has called critics of his response to disaster hit puerto rico quote politically motivated ingrates power is still down goods are running low and some
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families remain separated nearly two weeks after hurricane maria hit al-jazeera stories a boat has followed two sisters on a journey to find their missing father. and have not heard from their father more than ten days he lives in the central mountains in an area that was among the hardest hit by the. gas is difficult to find these days that's why when neighbors gave them some they decided to go and find him. before they go. their ways to get their work. and now we are trying to. find them he lives in one of the most remote areas of puerto rico if i spent a year in there. there when i was a child but this is the strongest one that hit the island so far we headed to was. in the center of the island there was no electricity or communications here nobody
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knows how bad the situation really is. normally you go in there. and everything is green and. all these big trees are beautiful and now it looks very. very sad but once there we were told we needed to take another road to the actual shooting over there this is what's happening all around. covered with bridges that collapse now heavy machines are trying to clear the road so people can start moving freely around the island. we were able to cover part of the trip by road then we have to walk through the mountains. some houses are destroyed and this is how many are trying to locate their relatives this days and neighbor told us that they been seeing a little light going on at night so they are turning on their small electrical
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panel and this is really good news but even though they lived here most of their lives things have changed since the hurricane there used to be a small road here but it's now completely covered with trees so they're trying to find alternative ways to make it there in spite of the difficulties they say nothing will stop them from making to their old home half an hour later they start calling out and there are signs that things could be ok. shortly after they found what they searched for. we're alive we're alive migrants hand-fed says he has been living here for forty seven years. one of the recall has been devastated by hurricane by for at least the wind and the rain we're not able to take away the people they cherish the most.
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is sending a representative to hold talks with bangladesh's foreign minister as the refugee crisis continues the head of the u.n. world food program has been to camps in bangladesh on sunday aid agencies are trying to help more than half a million people who fled a military crackdown in myanmar's rakhine state there's limited access to clean water in the camps and toilets and health workers fear there could be an outbreak of disease u.n. world food program head david beasley says that bangladesh needs international support to help to deal with a crisis. just for example the world food program we're going to need seventy five million dollars just for food alone in the next five to six much we need access we need roads we need shelter we need support from around the world because you're talking about i do a little humanitarian disaster if we don't get the support we need from health care
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to proper nutrition and safe water and sanitation shelter this could explode into a catastrophic humanitarian disaster. there choudhry is in cox's bazaar on the man bangladesh border. to bangladesh. to discuss their own. time and i am personally. minister also desired to meet the prime minister she isn't here the bilateral discussion when i have had with the current crisis going through we have to see how the five point demands are. put and whether any of those will be implemented on the ground it remains. close two million refugees have come into bangladesh within the span of one month when are they going to be taken out what are the process how are they going to be identified is a very complicated affair although there is a lot of diplomatic maneuvering going on by the u.s. by the u.n.
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the real pressure should come from china and india to excite a real kind of leverage on me unless that happens not much is going to happen we know that thousands of refugees been here for decades and nothing's been solved yet so the complication lies how is buying with us going to sustain this close to a million refugees from the old and the new influx how they're going to be helped by the international agencies and foreign governments what is on the ground things have improved since the first few weeks what we have seen there is a better relieved. better coordination lot of the u.n. agency heads are on the ground personally monitoring things however the threat of infectious diseases still there because the sanitation and sort of system within the camps are still in condition unless those. there's a clear danger of infectious disease spreading into the camps as well as within the
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local community many things still need to be resolved and the crisis is far from over refugees are still coming in not in great numbers but within fifty and hundreds almost every other day or every day. a truce between colombia's government and the country's last standing rebel group has begun the national liberation army or e l n agreed to the terms after the failed several times it's hope that the agreement will stand while talks for a longer term deal continue in ecuador. reports now from bogota. it's the first ever ceasefire declared by the national liberation army or. the last active rebel group in colombia and the first concrete step after seven months of peace talks to end its five decade conflict with the state a historic truce but one that's temporary at least for now. the new this doesn't completely end the conflict with the e.l.o. this is temporary it is not a cease fire weapons are surrendered or were demilitarisation takes place the truce
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will run through january twelfth and may be extended if respected they. start kidnapping greek routine minors tacking on oil routes and pipelines in exchange the colombian military will avoid confronting the rebels yet the group stepped up attacks ahead of the deal. since talks began with some sources government we have insisted on the urgency of this ceasefire because it stops offensive actions and brings important humanitarian relief to the colombian population. founded by radical cata the priest in the one nine hundred sixty s. . peace with the government before making little progress in the capital news was met with relief and hope that the sides will comply with the terms of the truce. we leave this uncertainty in each peace process but it's definitely positive
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if the eleven wants to do its part to end the war it is great professor victor that they could have monitoring the truce will be important i really believe that the government. should army. elaine are clearly committed to respect. this is the most important second one i would say disapprobation of the united nation as was as well as the catholic church on third the pressure of the society have biggest movement in favor of the peace process and we are really pushed the parties to respect that really mean talks will restart on october twenty third in quito ecuador but the road to peace will still be long and complex and the year land is seen as more hardline in its ideology and more divided in its chain of command compared with the former fired gravels but there is hope here that this ceasefire will indeed help pave the way to end all political violence in. fear.
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a ban on the full face veil says come into force in austria muslim groups have condemned the law which the government says is to protect austrian values that applies to all face coverings with specific exceptions that include surgical masks one of the hospitals and fancy dress of cultural events. if you have to. i believe in lightman tolerance and liberality in truth what is happening here is a massive oppression of women and with this background i think it's right to say that there are limits i think we have made our position clear i'm absolutely a peace with myself about the band if you question no this you know i think one can question that best play saying well. false. but we are free to take our liberty but if forcing such a law on us in argentina thousands of people have marched to the presidential
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palace and want us out as over the disappearance of a young protester something algo maldonado went missing in august opposition and human rights groups allege that he was detained by security forces but the government says there's no evidence of that while the other was last seen during a security operation to end protests by an indigenous community a man who recorded footage of police brutality in the us is suing the city of new york for millions of dollars ramsey also says that he was wrongfully arrested in retaliation for filming the death of eric garner at the hands of police got his death of the subsequent acquittal of the officers involved was one of many as incidents that sparked protests over how police treat black americans kristen salumi reports from new york. it was really a. cell phone video of eric garners death at the hands of police shocked the nation . and helped spark the black live matter movement protesting police
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brutality. but for the young man who recorded the footage it was the beginning of a series of run ins with police that he says led him straight to jail. was he spoke to al-jazeera by phone after the group you know what you. want i'm going to like spotlight on me. basically anything i'm trying to really pull that out. and point attention to something that they did not want us to pay attention to or to who is suing the n.y.p.d. for wrongful arrest is featured in a new documentary called cop watch the film focuses on a group whose mission is to record police officers to protect the rights of citizens are constitutional rights don't march on its members are responsible for recording other police controversies like the arrest of freddie gray in baltimore in the aftermath of michael brown shooting and ferguson this isn't like david and goliath this is like david versus an f. eighteen so essentially be the police every every possible thing in the pallet to
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make sure that ramsey you know what went down the n.y.p.d. has yet to comment on the details of the lawsuit which is currently under review by the city but former police officers and their supporters all over the country are complaining that the prevalence of videotape is having a negative impact on policing well everybody has a video camera in their pocket now with a phone so this former detective believes officers have become much more reluctant to intervene put it in context about what's exactly happening here that officer is trying to focus in on a specific problem where this person may or may not be armed or dealing with it and now you have other people coming in from different sides of the stimuli this could be present a big problem for those officers. right critics of cop watch say glosses over or to his criminal record but or to says regardless of his past the film and his lawsuit are an attempt to shine a light on police misconduct where i'll. put. the
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case that you know i don't. prefer it to a mike or to none of the officers involved in eric garners death have gone to prison. win or lose he says he plans to continue working with cop watch when he gets out kristen salumi al jazeera new york. the volcano on vine water amber island has a rutted as evacuations continue to other south pacific islands strayer sent a naval vessel to assist the eruptions polluted the island's main water sources leaving thousands in need of safe drinking water i want to a cluster of movement islands lies on the geologically active pacific ring of fire . the situation is a big disaster which is affecting the whole island everyone must leave it's affecting all people west east south the whole of the bay the canadian seek politician who's measured response to
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a racist heckler went viral last month has become the first nonwhite figure to head a major political party their judgment saying has been elected leader of the democratic party the third biggest force after the liberals and conservatives saying chanted love and courage and said that he's not intimidated by hate after a woman yelled at him about islamic sharia law at an event in ontario prime minister justin trudeau has congratulated singh on his election. it is good to have you with us adrian for good here in doha with the top stories and i was here initial figures show a decisive vote in favor of catalonia succession from spain in sunday's referendum but also indicate a low turnout more than eight hundred people were injured across the region a spanish police moved in to shut down some polling stations the local government unveiled the preliminary results stressing that despite the violence millions voted
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and behaved peacefully. today democracy won more importantly today people won and they won because they behaved independent democracy peacefully in these exceptional circumstances two million two hundred sixty two thousand four hundred twenty four people voted two women accused of killing the half brother of north korea's leader kim jong un have pleaded not guilty to his murder trial is underway in malaysia where they're accused of poisoning kim jong nam with a nerve agent at kuala lumpur airport in february the u.s. president has contradicted his secretary of state's handling of the north korea crisis dismissing efforts to the goes with pyongyang over its nuclear program as a waste of time donald trump's comments come a day after rex tillerson revealed that the u.s. was using direct channels of communication with north korea one hundred ten thousand customers of the british airline mana cost stranded overseas it follows
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a decision by u.k. authorities not to renew its license to sell package holidays the airlines now administration after losses of almost four hundred million dollars last year the government asked officials to charter thirty planes to deal with the crisis three hundred thousand future bookings have also been cancelled. facebook plans to turn over copies of around three thousand ads to the u.s. congress on monday the social network says the ads were likely bought by people in russia in the months before and after last year's u.s. election three congressional panels are investigating allegations of russian meddling in the election i saw has claimed responsibility for a knife attack in france in which two women died at marseilles main train station the attacker was shot dead by special forces at the scene a terrorism investigation has been launched more news for you here on al-jazeera
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right after that one o one east next. in the hash tag hero when news coverage of looking for an easy solution we delved deeper from on says and challenge the status quo join the hot sun for a new season of love from at this time of his era. they did the crime and they've served their time but the u.s. is deporting hundreds of cambodians who've been released from prison. some of those deported to the u.s. as baby lean the camaro rouge genesis are. all in this episode want to nice finds out how the deported are surviving in a land they hardly know. the families they've been forced to leave behind.
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low. it's the coal that soon. whites for every day. look so big. it's the only thing connecting him to his wife and infant son who with thousands of miles away. has grown to. see has never met his little boy stan and. he hasn't been able to see his wife allison since she found out she was pregnant too soon to be run around the house. well i'm going to give you. just
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a year ago allison and percy was living the american dream. they were madly in love and had just married in rural minnesota well a matter of the summer of forty. two friends i didn't even know they were cambodians until i met him i just i just thought they were you know asians they just chinese and i think of him. i guess our first real date was like the minnesota state fair. and that's when he proposed to me he was. the best my life being married at her wedding. two weeks off to their wedding alison discovered she was pregnant we were both really excited and happy we just. since we had had a miscarriage once already. we were excited. actually i have
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a bit. but the young family was about to be torn apart. a few days off to their honeymoon he was detained by u.s. immigration officials. when he was just fourteen was convicted of second degree murder robbery gone wrong at the time he was the youngest person in his county to be tried and convicted as an adult he spent more than seventeen years in prison for his crime and was released in two thousand and twelve. people do make mistakes and when he was younger. he served his time.
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person. and his family arrived here as refugees and nine hundred eighty six they didn't realize that they needed to apply for citizenship almost ten years later conviction made him a target for deportation because he was still a permanent resident a citizen. just five days after his son was born was put on a one way flight to cambodia why did this have to happen. things. will have a big. like. why would they do this to us. while husband posi is trapped in a country he's never been to before. is struggling to raise the baby on my own.
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i wish that. the name of the holding room where you know something at least before you left but you know i mean really like talk to like video. i mean i don't know if like the baby knows that that's who is father and that he gets to see him.
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hung up. well and one day i'll be able to actually hold him. hopefully no rep recognize me keep video chat. it is hard to live. life goes on. and what doesn't stop me. thousands of immigrants like her say have been or will be deported from the u.s. because they've committed crimes their fences vary from violent felonies like murder to simple misdemeanors like property damage the one thing these cases
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bullshit are the shattered lives they leave behind. seventeen and a half years as a racial one punishment. and now being deported a country that i know nothing about not another punishment i rather do present our . posi says he has nothing but regret for the crime he committed a crime he says his wife and son are now being punished for i have deeper more for you know what i did was. really really bad but can i change you have no. connection to the way i am now yes i could use that to better myself and i help. others out so they don't follow some people change i'm not going to say all but the ones that do
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change and can make a living and give them back. they deserve to stay. back in rural minnesota allison says she knew about her husband's past but in jail she says he turned his life around he went to college in finished high school you know he got his barber's license you know he he got on it anderson society and he became a better man he didn't do crime after crime crime after. allison now lives in a one bedroom low income flashed juggling a full time job and caring for his son she rarely gets to socialize but today she has visitors. oh my god oh my gosh she looks just like posing.
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like alice and these women have also had family members detained by us immigration they banded together to form a group called the minnesota eight named after eight cambodian americans including posi who were rounded up for deportation in august last year we made one. one to chill brother chamar in pan has been in detention for more than a year now he's still fighting in the courts to stay in the u.s. . so sorry just texted me he said i just woke up for lunch i'm in lockdown so i can't call but tell allison that i'm praying for her and posey and their son and god bless them and our view. of a lot on the line yeah they can't go outside at this place. brother chamar and was convicted in two thousand and nine of breaking three windows in a bar he served just forty days in prison
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a judge ruled against his deportation earlier this year because of the hardship it would cause his family but the government is appealing they still want him out of the country for the judge to grant him relief now and sees that he poses no threat for them to still continue to detain him is just. really inhumane and unjust. i mean to me. i mean. want to says she worries most about charm ruins wife jill and his five year old daughter layla. so like what about like you how are you doing. and spying. i don't really know what to say. today is the anniversary of gillian chemerinsky first day it's the only time in thirteen years that they've been
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a pos on this day i should have taken a picture or a shot of like his card by his son mia says happy anniversary and how. she has hair and. seems happy playing with her cousin but mom to says her niece is suffering. you know the teachers have mentioned that she just has random bursts you know where she's just crying and wanting her dad and. and they don't know what to do. the
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only chamar is being held in a prison three hours from some pool minnesota where his family lives it's a long drive past fields and farms in america's corn belt. we've just arrived at the county jail with chum ruin is currently being held we're not allowed. take our cameras inside so we're waiting for him to call us on the far . oh. yes hi. in the pos th cameron has been moved from jail to jail he says he'll never get used to us. right. he's managed to keep out of trouble but says there are some things he confiscate.
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cell overlooks the prison parking lot his only window to the world. what's been the hardest part about being in custody and facing the deportation.
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chamoun was just a baby when his family arrived in america refugees they were fleeing one of the world's worst genocides. between one nine hundred seventy five and nine hundred seventy nine. million people died in cambodia under the command as the posse try to create a communist utopia. like many of the cambodian americans now being deported chen ruth was born in a refugee camp outside cambodia but he could still be deported. he shouldn't be deported to a country that he's never been he wasn't born in that country he's an american he's
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lived here all his life this is all he knows he is an american boy with you. it's a point is determined to prove she says her family didn't know the how to apply for citizenship when they were accepted here as refugees. today she and other activists up bringing the fight to the white house. so we're standing up today not just among those who have been deported this year but a sixteen thousand who outline all orders of. louth and now these protesters have traveled from across the country pushing back against what they call an anti immigration campaign by the trumpet administration. we aren't disposable we are people we are human and this what's happening is tearing our
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families apart. it's a message that montoya and the other minnesota eight families are taking off the streets and into congress to convince politicians to stop the deportations first stop is republican congressman for this day's jason lewis. a with. want to has just a few minutes to get her message across. so it's my brother that we're thinking when teeth he broke three windmills back in two thousand and eight they released him after four days i could hear but behavior and now eight years later being picked up for deportation but i mean really when you saw me. our politicians really don't know what what is happening to our people to their constituents. one in particular. asked me how this is
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happening. that really surprised me that the department of homeland security is doing things like this and our congress men and women don't even know that it's happening. in one government office after another the families tell their stories begging congress representatives in this stuff to save their loved ones. i mean. it was something that i feel good right now. because if. you fight. for what. you've. done. this is our home so many of us have been here since the early eighty's we love america that's that's who we are not what we are like that.
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but the u.s. government does not consider him onto his brother or any of the deportees to be american because they didn't apply to citizenship. hi i'm cursed. while the government denied our request for an interview we did speak to matthew o'brien. the fact is that criminal behavior has consequences and if you're not a citizen of the united states one of those clear consequences is that you may be deported for six years o'brien was a lawyer for the u.s. immigration and customs enforcement agency commonly known as ice it was his job to deport felons i dealt with people who. had committed crimes ranging from terrorism to participation in organized crime to kidnaps and rapes to child sexual abuse these individuals were given one of the greatest gifts that
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a large segment of the world wants to receive which is the ability to reside permanently in the united states and they watch that right through their own action . but many deportees and their families argue that america is their only home my brother is his identity is not in the crime that he committed. my brother's identity is in the man that he's become. he made a mistake and we acknowledge that he's made a mistake but he's also served his time. more than eight hundred cambodians have been deported since two thousand and two most with right now because of their criminal convictions. on traveling to cambodia's capital phnom penh to meet one of the difficulties minnesota father we see change.
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was. only a few hours. here is a long way from minnesota it's noisy it's crowded all the signs are in the command language it's pretty overwhelming actually lose. posi is living on the fringes of this chaotic city. my day alone there i find him causing a frenzy a skill he learned in prison to go on as a creole once he was released i have something for you from your friends and your wife. what is it. oh my. my tools. barber's tools are what i need. i don't think i ever see you again. percy has been here for five months living in this
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half white house run by an engineer for deportees who have nowhere else to go did. you have any family here no i bloody family not that i know or. i'll born in a refugee camp in thailand. so i have no ties to cambodia. says he tries to keep busy because being away from his wife and newborn baby is unbearable. but your baby like. he's a mini me but. from what i hear from you allison. he's a happy baby. i wish i could. witness in myself the fear the smile or. the laughter you know for me the man of the household mother the breadwinner. i'm
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not there the support of others for my money the family. percy says getting used to life in cambodia hasn't been easy everything from the food to the people feels foreign do you know what all this stuff is. it just doesn't look like anything will ever. go well with. i feel like i'm. going to. fight hard local here and not accept it. when i filed your report. the backyard. don't fit in. despite their best efforts the distance is taking a toll on posi and allison's relationship so i try to tell him that i am doing
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well and that i'll try my best to hold it together because even the breakdown. is determined to stay strong but other deportivo have warned him that he needs to be careful this alcoholism of course is a drug a lot of guys lean towards to numb the pain to numb the loneliness the numb the. just the hurt that i have just to get away from reality i've heard of guys committed suicide. i've heard of guys were. they just go downhill and get incarcerated here. and many others are clinging to the hope that one day they will be reunited with their families really understand that it's a president of the family is not so good they found an unlikely ally in the
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cambodian government which is now refusing to accept any more convicted felons until they agree ment with america is renegotiated the one in the us make my society over there they also. condemn the government why do you make these people come back to come and make them separate from the family but it's not compassion driving the. government its money the u.s. has been paying cambodia nine hundred fifty dollars for every deportivo it takes but cambodia wants a high of fifty we need more. money even up to make both people can live. like people in the country so how much are you seeking in compensation. i can say that i hope that the want to better the border but.
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cambodia stand has infuriated the u.s. but is the two countries the future of hundreds of families hangs in the balance. allison and posi desperately want to be together but slowly they're losing hope it's like we're living two different lives which are. mission. i do wonder you know how our son will turn out. having his father here. he's you know he's going to. going to walk. and you know he's going to wonder where's dad is. fifteen thousand kilometers away in cambodia posi is also frightened for the future. i kept a job. paying my taxes. on america buying
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a house isn't that the american dream you know raising a family in america and why people from. the american dream. a mining company is heading to australia to build one of the world's biggest mines will it be an economic bonanza or an ecological disaster. at this time when i visit . you stand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world.
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al-jazeera. elegant adrian for going to hear in the top stories on al-jazeera an initial figures show a decisive vote in favor of council of the as session from spain and sunday's referendum but also indicates a low turnout more than eight hundred people were injured across the region a spanish police moved in to shut down some polling stations for local government on the preliminary results stressing that despite the violence millions of voted
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and behaved peacefully. today democracy won more importantly today people won and they won because they behaved and defended democracy peacefully in these exceptional circumstances two million two hundred sixty two thousand four hundred twenty four people voted two women accused of killing the half brother of north korea's leader kim jong un have pleaded not guilty to his murder trial has begun in malaysia that accused of poisoning kim jong nam with a nerve agent at kuala lumpur airport in february the women from vietnam and indonesia face the death penalty if they're found guilty more now from florence louis his at the high court near kuala lumpur. the two suspects from indonesia from vietnam have pleaded not guilty to charges of murdering. thirteenth of february now the lead prosecutor in his opening remarks said the prosecution will put forward evidence including calling expert witnesses to testify that kim
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jong un died after being swamped with a lethal dose of nerve agent and he said they will be able to prove beyond reasonable doubt that these two women knew what they were doing and knew that what they were doing was enough to kill kim jong un now of course these two women are not the only thought in this case for the north korean men but they are still at large police malaysian police have not been able to question them much less put them on trial now they are thought to have left malaysia a couple of hours after the killing with the third and they're believed to be in north korea there is an interpol red notice out for the men now of course at this stage we don't still know what the motive of this could become kara in the coming weeks but the two women have said told diplomats from their home countries that they are not guilty that they thought they were just taking part in a harmless prank for a reality television show the u.s. president has contradicted his secretary of state's handling of the north korea
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crisis dismissing efforts to negotiate with pyongyang over its nuclear program as a waste of time donald trump's comments come a day after rex tillerson revealed that the u.s. was using direct channels of communication with north korea one hundred ten thousand customers of the british airline stranded overseas after the company went into administration it follows a decision by u.k. authorities not to renew its license to sell package holidays the government has asked officials to charter thirty planes to deal with the crisis three hundred thousand future bookings have also been cancelled. facebook plans to turn over copies of around three thousand ads to the u.s. congress on monday the social network says the ads were likely bought by people in russia in the months before and after last year's u.s. election three congressional panels are investigating allegations of russian meddling in the election i saw has claimed responsibility for a knife attack in france in which two women died of ses main train station the
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attacker was shot dead by special forces at the scene. the paris prosecutor's office has been put in charge so the investigation is ongoing both on the local and national level the person who attacked the two young women who were killed was shot dead by soldiers from the operation we have c.c.t.v. footage which would provide as we from asian the military reacted with great control the canadian politician whose measured response to a racist heckler went viral last month has become the first nonwhite figure to head a major political party their judgment saying and it has been elected the leader of the new democratic party the third biggest force after the liberals and conservatives saying charted love and courage and said he's not intimidated by haze after a woman yelled at him about islamic sharia law at an event in ontario prime minister justin trudeau has congratulated singh on his election one years i was here after
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snow of the andes next. with that they walk out the corridors and get either there's no this does not a cookie. taliban is being allowed in is out of some of the only but if you get one with it but i keep gumby and that's the fight coca leaf has been a staple in bolivian society for centuries it is also the rowing gradient of cocaine. for twenty years the governments of bolivia backed by the d.a. the u.s. drug enforcement administration sought to eradicate the plant. slowly and in past all of that for me when he was here in wealth in place. and was
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a school general then the muscles in the school it was the holocaust. in two thousand and eight the new radical government took an unprecedented step and throughout the day. today they claim to control production while respecting the traditions passed down by their ancestors. but drug traffickers have also adopted their mode and they will soon her perfect will look very very awful for you but group we're going to be seeing as they're going on we are there by year no you know you go inside. bolivia remains a hub for international drug traffickers whose tentacles reach the highest levels of government.
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monday morning at the coca leaf market in believe u.s. capitol hill a pass. isn't about. every week more than five thousand cocoa farmers come here to so believe for distribution around the country. and this to maybe a third of the population consumed the mightily bitterly for its stimulants and medicinal properties. there is no shortage of customers. not one of the long time under. the was bolivia's first minister of cocoa his one of the founding members of a movement to promote coca consumption and was. your cause if you. recall probably the last one. for me.
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the when i was a mother. almost all of. them and then when me and but i could. buy a video of. every coca producer is registered to a union that the government claims controls growth and distribution. because of the color of the bowl of the guest. rather colorful but i think you have got the problem. it's the most around look. like splash in the. make and in with it conclude that it's a bit of a bit of meat that the article could buy as the medical b.c.
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. they must get it in. in the. game it is american but here. is the first. half of. the former farmer now lives in the past. from where he not only champions the new system but wants to sell the benefits of coca to the rest of the world. you miss me sleep there's a lot of back. in the here you know my view from my soon and i was still the same as i got there because without. government in the us we'll see a lot in that other guy you know once and for political gain. he is fighting an uphill battle. the un convention from one thousand sixty one
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still lists the coca leaf alongside cocaine and heroin the leaf is only legal in peru and bolivia sinister meant to be a year's supply b.c. and. isabella b.c. on the arm of the gilligan national standard going to have a good november so he must i gather from that i believe your message is an abuse you cannot simple and must cause they are going to be sure your believe as i believe them and that a good bit of a good one will do so but a good lot of what a lot of people think there is. is there was a sin is present because not since you me that on this in the them out there learn . from them in them in the game was kilo of the. economy was for the natural form gave us by the democrat i mean these are given maybe seen. him on the back and be as will be shown or said get them of the local. indian food. because in the.
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for decades past government policy involved the forcible red occasion of the coca plant. today the kochi union backed by the government is primarily responsible for regulating and policing the farmers'. numbers and you're going to be bouncing down the female doing of the love that i can look at on the side in a lot of yeah but i bought it in the not a good glass of the. lamp in the book i love getting it in the sig and i was a little bummed out there that he said asahel going to put it in six hundred kilometers south of the bass in the hills of antibiotic phillip in one of the ms has grown coca all his life were not long ago he was seen as a criminal now he's director of a program which controls farmers. the people who are the boys and carry them
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there's all this does not occur because the little knowledge by this being allowed in this. out of some of the home but get one that was a little bone broke but again gumby and that's the by giving up the whole bit on the heels of the me that you know may go to the south or go home it is it will get away. with it. but i. think. you. the new system allows each farmer to grow one thousand six hundred metres squared of coal come on their land. believe in his team have been send records of a farmer who was exceeding his quota. it's the little comments that i know you see is not going to be all of anybody who. is
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the president is in the us see just the same as any. farmers we exceed their quotas are reported by the coca union to the authorities. thanks as crops are immediately eradicated and farmers can be banned from further cultivation. and you can't. dump of the coca limit in this little mental makeup of the focus at the global ends from them but this is simply the young up with it then that also must. be the name of the thing that. you think in a lot of guys video. one of the notable got one news item and i love you.
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and bono where will i see him going up again your butt of the good feel been much going for to make going with the bully me go a mile on the goal of when. i get none he has got another album full of but he got . me a list out of the in the books they go. yeah i cause you know i call him that but it. on the thought of how most i could commit . where once i was hunted down now like many former us philip it makes a steady income from growing the ancestral plant. here to lay them off. a full grown up honey. to look both from
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a phone. or would it. be philosophical thought of love from a cook with the knowledge. put food in their mouth i think of the new girl who was the victim of months before. they even though you know. they don't and never feel you've got a moment but get it over the local. but if you. get. in return for economic assistance to live your predicts carried out a u.s. policy of force or predication. in one nine hundred ninety seven this was stepped up with a five year plan to wipe out coca planting for. the farmer revolt. and again this is the namaskar the syria to. leave his guys.
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that it's someone with full battlement that. i left in the pit is hell is cool when you just. go out at all just look up. i don't know you know i mean i think that. rather than. mean i mean i mean look at the way. the resistance of the great us transformed into a political movement which completely undermined the status quo and believe you. their leader was ever more or less. here in the house i was just going to suffer if you could have received it well you know just don't know but you this little fun you know you can find your own body telephone to those who still like you this wasn't you know seventy all over the world is it a look at the. a coke a farmer himself when i just brought the opposition under his leadership to become bolivia's first indigenous president.
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morning and right workers. will support this new guy. just as we complain you know president that. europe is one of the kids and i see them when they sit down and they say it's people in deal your day who can first ask the person when i can. i can only via vision as can get on you and let you know that it can. happen without it would notice if it was he he said this in two thousand and eight three years have to taking power when i list formally announced his government's radical new policy in the fight against drugs it will be interesting of. the levee that the louisiana was going to be eligible
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this he'll get it if they have it if he does it that he thought it us or. but i feel. that was good kulik i only look ok files. and. it will more now this is now the longest serving president in bolivian history as progressive policies have struck a chord with the average bolivian. it won't forget he's a full of women for anybody with but also like us is like us like if way more than that but in the photos they could muster their name to me fewer than a camera. so
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you know in those ice head of bolivia santa drug agency. like president morales he was once a coke a former. this was a sports how those mean what you get for less from one another well the losing including with accordingly. what they are going to mean what is it that is. well don't let the wonder wonders if there is that it was in really whether the indian if that is what it does is you don't. think it is appalling peter they get the i was getting in a it's those feels not enough to be in the i was there the i was and there were no system doubles in the only area in which you're going to know what i think. that the name of it is. but. yeah. get it for all their success in restricting coke a cult of asian so we know acknowledges there are still problems with distribution
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the un estimates half of the libya's coca still ends up in cocaine production. no one will disclose who they get i need is beyond them in their helicopter and a local traffic and then escape our headlines about you know sorts last year for the little man with the control isn't the lesson and the money and the community and. the government's goal is to provide a range of coca products that will take the leaf away from drug trafficking. in the for you a little better for the a what they get here in the chili you are so terrible believe it. in. my lap or so your mom would let me be seen it there in the.
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bowl for it was very important for the kid let there be a prima killfile you tell medical traffic court to keep the corners that close if it is at the rest. of the caucus yet born for me there. follow money does not. buy from we import them to kill another good article look up only to the next couple of the medical complex and get the life that best of us if we have to. look good to the caucus in the most of us will no water. get those here see below how to cook a thing do is to export better. what we have in this or it isn't going to be a lot of going to. you.
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every few months to eunice yoon us the man who seeks to sew cocoa to the world returns home from the capital. i've ever known was that. i could i was on the view in because if they. don't then you me to them or the chicken to them no question other than this but what if this is the focus. and so to me just give them the. full of a quarter of other things so that you have a need to. click what i am which didn't. get if you missed the community it was no less than. your niece who is well aware that cocoa farmers can succumb to the money offered by cocaine produces. but claims that the social control largely works.
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well. but this is the arm of the libyan medical. you said i'll cook up the moment that the airplane up but also at the podium of the political you know sort of if in them for. one the other you in the almost million of cocoa out of medicare that are present and i have luck on everything mostly because i'm in the company of this that you're on the so-called god on this i've been the cause i will join them of the going to also get control comment that you're. not far from denise's home a farmer was found preparing the base folk ok. using both these only and those part from the official market. is they don't know maybe on their own that. you know the only was there was this drug but. no no well unless he he won this is that what is that down there is only going to have nobody has
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a body is going to get people in lincoln town a body as well as asking a woman that women could only go as they go ok guess where this b.s. that he leads them doesn't count i don't dance in my they see in. the media think that but i can see that experience in my room still him. we could both know if they meet again this said the. boy look ok unions attempt to prevent farmers from entering the legal market. still many are driven by the huge sums of money to be made satisfying to demand for cocaine. here in the tropics of inter-party the battle continues. with one of the. most in the club. you know little bit of another there is nothing that.
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that you could push into i could see just so this is ok if you know that though this is i mean. it just ambient this for us i think i would do this you know because i mean really that almost look at them but you know that open up the gifts . and everything. corporately yeah that is a member of a special latino context police force known as they got us. all over the. since bolivia no longer receives assistance from the united states it has found a new ally in the european union which will spend sixty million euros over the next three years to help fortify the new believed in model.
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the most animals south of the north and it will mean going up than it was goodell then there well as he said this i like a lot i do know that and i've got i think oh i don't want to when i could have gone to thin you know what i was into i was going to what i just did because my mother died that i know two thousand and one as well in the us how long till i mean the stuff. about the stuff that goes with those less base the sea imperils us that's what i see to be the fifteen percent the the. poor ones that were sent in to terrorize the farm that's now they stand beside them you believe in model the at the. the end of the the. the
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. and you can see. that what they got us had received a tip off on the whereabouts of a drug. corporal yalla has been chosen to take part in the operation. but at the moment. i almost have to get going to see. what amount of any of them. you can anybody this one that there was not there with him and i want to watergate sic it was as could me look the way i do cable me will be done early. and millicent pre-state was your thought on the female if you care bit ok i will have as i
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couldn't get any real person to them until i see the look in a book a book a book if i made a study dozen or so of those who have i mean i think that it's probably going to go because. they got us are entering into the heart of a job body. the birthplace of president morales this revolution. here coca-cola to vacation on cocaine maps still flourish side by side. in witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera.
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i get adrian for the going to here in doha with the top stories and i'll just initial figures show a decisive vote in favor of catalonia suspension from spain in sunday's referendum but also indicate a low turnout more than eight hundred people were injured across the region a spanish police moved in to shut down some polling stations but local government unveiled the preliminary results stressing that despite the violence millions of voters and behaved peacefully. well you know when yellow today democracy won more importantly today people won and they won because they behaved and defended democracy peacefully in these exceptional circumstances two million two hundred sixty two thousand four hundred twenty four people voted multiple shots have been fired at a large crowd in las vegas police are there investigating reports of a gunman at the famous mandalay bay casino witnesses say that automatic weapons have been used details are still emerging we'll bring you more as we get it two
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women accused of killing the half brother of north korea's leader kim jong un have pleaded not guilty to his murder trial has begun in malaysia they are accused of poisoning kim jong nam with a nerve agent at kuala lumpur airport in february the u.s. president has contradicted his secretary of state's handling of the north korea crisis dismissing efforts to the go see it with pyongyang over its nuclear program as a waste of time donald trump's comments come after rex tillerson revealed that the u.s. was using direct channels of communication with north korea one hundred ten thousand customers of the british airline market stranded overseas after the company went into administration it follows a decision by u.k. regulators not to renew its license to sell package holidays the government has asked officials to charter thirty planes to deal with the crisis three hundred thousand future bookings have also been cancelled. the canadian sikh politician
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whose measured response to a racist heckler went viral last month has become the first nonwhite figure to head a major political party that just meet singh has been elected leader of the democratic party the third biggest for some of the liberals and conservatives saying said he's not intimidated by hate after a woman yelled at him about islamic sharia law at an event in ontario martine here with the latest for you in a little over twenty five but it's been less because you get you back to snow all of the n.d.s. . one of the governments on the google leaders may have regulated the growth of coca plants the production of cocaine continues unabated. the task of detecting drug activity relies and believe his own special on to narcotics police force they got
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us. thinking a little bit but here's what i'm going to get out of legislation will be living a photograph they. can be a source and it could gain. all hit. by a body because looking to move for. the better looking forward.
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to western requests. for the company knows who goes. by the key. to the. ok if you felt. like if you are. i'm still hurting. you. might not feel. the coca leaves are soaked in chemicals including sulfuric acid ammonia and gasoline. the coming of your kitchen money. because of i mean i must own. a lab of this size is likely to produce four killers of cocaine
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a day. believe in officials make great claims that three hundred of them are busted every month yet few producers are of a caught. up with them but i think they. hold. people for. they take a little they could allyson felix didn't fit the bill that goes to prove you know
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what before thought of going out when the guy was a ball boy here for support but when i want to. call the claims of the government drug production into body seems to be flourishing . the heart of the battle is in the tropical eastern city. you know something. here traffickers have established an international makes. this man is a pilot we would call him congress he has flown drug planes in and out of the local airport for us. favorably on how he can you know be on hand. we have an arrest you. know my area there were no police no you pick out the
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marking over a week or even for getting your to see them you. know meanwhile get your way i'm sure that your fight is going to see in tokyo for me no no no. no says he earns around thirty thousand dollars for every international flight he makes transporting cocaine. he flies at least three times and i. mean. not or maybe not i mean if you're going to go forward you're welcome we'll get more people from our. various young here when i was obviously. i don't people i want to make a case for my maxima when he set it up i thought electorate got a broken record but it still will get it up you know for president but it was about as you know the money and the award it going to going on but i also predicted it i
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mean going to the movies he's. godless agrees to take us to the outskirts of an airport that is often the starting point for cocaine or trafficking. some people will be totally unaware yes i mean i think they are more. like the way they are more than one or ok we don't really go. over there bill but i where he. told me he going to hear from to your story lines on the map there will soon be a good time we're going to know you were on the internet but it's our mecca i mean .
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in the past five years flights between peru and bolivia have multiplied. the authorities claim to trace five flights a day out of the vine valley in through the new global center for cocaine production. this is carlos its regular route picking up cocaine base from the road to be turned into powder in bolivia laboratories. in the center of every cell more like hell they made it i mean that i hear they know that. almost your song we haven't seen the movie. oh and i'm going to tell it there and i hear your current. you know remember at the present what are. the reminder of your good remove
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your somebody did you notice. your name to. the authorities have almost no way of controlling aircraft flying low over the dance rain forests. from bolivia the main distillation is brazil the second largest cocaine market in the world after the us. but i'm but i'm really into really was you know you're going to be are. not going to but i know you're marrying a dead. man mount one time just a little more safe. now since you. live in the sea and. in the things you mean. isn't it time awfully they gave us
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a call and. then last year i am the president. as recently as i think. across town of headquarters of l.a. better known for being highly critical of what our listeners government. did and c.b.s. has been its leading reporter on crime and drugs for over twenty years. and i rarely change on to michael duffy my own control elected look at them is how high coca about intimidate if i like. but i mean with hank in my eyes. and. him but. guess what they mean. i want. and also. i mean to. a political i mean. because you know listen if you get it. in
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april two thousand and fifteen there was the only journalist to interview him on kind of the owner a colonel from the bolivian army the release of the default pay trip or implicating senior government officials in a drug trafficking ring. immediately afterwards fled to spain. leaving gay that the target of a barrage of official criticism. the comment i meant there they get they would be in another book that only. coming political and i could have a good article that. miss eunice with a little paddy i.e. be a leader by and i put that because. it will be another go they mean he said it so basically you know get it on a bit of a he's a very good to look. at the what maybe of their name it is headed like i see american and.
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three months later now when the old man returned to libya and publicly contradicted all his previous claims were the day before either suffered a terrible tragedy. the commanding officer. i feel. western. were. that meant that.
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going for me but i lay a bingo never. dreaming . about men there are those meal in the. morning this sort of thing. anyway nice sure they get a young girl in the us they were there last lap where the. evening going to. games it will. be elite is a she is at that. point as you. go. in there ought to be. no minimum within the given them at the midday meal. where monosodium kami sending.
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me up the ladder as a clinic a little leeway on how to. give me money but willing to. give it is determined to find out if the two events were connected. he's aware of the risks this poses so his family. matter. like so many drug santas something is plagued by in softer matters. he there may have his suspicions but finding proof or getting help from the police is almost impossible. sometimes he don't miss a not demeaning document noted. by the network also and then i might. have been noticing a man. named over mental. i could hear
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and then what i. forgot he was the pilot something cruise this is center of operations. the international markets that now have influence all across the city i his employees. were bombed or maybe earlier where they were not where that's a real idea. that a rare book by gallows had been seen by some of the other off. with owning so passing fifty thousand dollars a month the most enjoys a life without routine. we don't. like i am not
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really i don't know a good thing that i'm going to hold off. as godless dr just one of his claims he points out some of the surprising number of pilot schools that have sprung up offering training for thirty thousand dollars they would not ordinarily have it there are people that hate. the regular people but i hate to go there where you are it's all your birthright the right. you're going to get sort of a lot of. metal but there will be because i'm not. going to get it will be got to have my way out of work by. then you know he ain't. got no money left over a window from when my. mom will not put it in. my house for
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me i have is. more me moving for i mean to me i'm going to work i don't know you might only have a few of the cable i need to. get that in the basement d.n.a. . but the method is not the only thing more they say. the only medicine they think they are on that. may mean this in the hands of. doing is a little earlier than. baby cows on. the left and. the no proof you know mama been in philly and build the better for it i believe if you know what i mean the hint that this is some people say little sigh you know they might never feels that way see the local be in some good she does that leave or there are people there they were in there they don't
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know what you're they don't think a god. but i mean you're also you're one of us i'm for get out of my very own no thought of their governor. since the time of the incas has been growing and these hints. but it wasn't until the one nine hundred eighty s. with the constantly increasing demand for cocaine in the west that coca took hold of significant segments of the economy. mr president in december. the. going there the. books even though not.
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here in the u.s. the nation years part time so that his hometown maintains a cultural connection to cocos traditional use. and personal level. of the democrats she organizes a ritual to give things to mother earth harvest was as middle of think that as you . get it you will get in a man. on the other now they. could be. your fast. be the.
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most. or. is a little of both. the. exact time. of.
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the hour. when. the morning or any other member material can it get a look at the same right there. after days of pressuring authorities given his on his way to demand answers on his mother's murder.
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but. three months later given no snow mobile. what the authorities and the gangs behind the murder of his mother and what does that mean for the rest of his family and himself as. well but the life endure. for him and then. the part of the list that. he has yet. to find any that he then you. can be dicey about as i was there if you hear us you wind up with us on the eve of again. just.
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circling above it seems. to me i mean. obviously with. each lesson here. for the eighth year running bolivia has been blacklisted by the united states alongside burma and venezuela for failing it says to adhere to international lantern a kartik standards and go. but for most bolivians the price of rejection means they are more in control of the country. for years and i thought before from before then and more firm up or put more thought out or not we're not going to want any level or meanness any of us going back and as young. as eleven
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ever said i love miley appears more for. oh how they poke most going be the butt of which you're not on hand but are still going to sell a game to put a hole. in your state about it being called the i will fight up and down with the north end of the pier. with the. limits that i must go to remember a lot that i believe the appropriate ability of the land but not just given you will get about. and what by this people feel the need for more than welcome way of looking had almost reached out and in this world will never know what's the most but possibly mean but don't go back to hope. that ok. another that'll be
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a little bit. less. if they're. going to go on the second viewing i'm all for them you get out who won without him we mean the police the import of have found for mike and get them in the bin place or to consult him with a million people is the plan for the museum could be a by use those movies they get out of our delicate is usually get us out of. there the day. the earth oh oh . welcome back as we look at weather conditions across the levant and western parts of asia you can see the eastern areas cherry looking dry and fine still some
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showers around the southern side of the caspian sea and rather caucuses some big storms are likely extending a way towards back in azerbaijan there with eighteen as a mix and so the eastern side of turkey also looking wet to pursue come further south into lebanon where the conditions find their beirut it twenty eight but you notice that area of rain becomes more extensive and heads further towards the east maybe even tehran might pick up the old shower still pretty warm in kuwait of course this time of year but then in the arabian peninsula temperatures not quite as high as that for so in the gulf states temperatures just easing fractionally humidity not quite as high as it has been on the other side of the peninsula temperatures still around about the forty mark for both mecca and medina so heading down into southern parts of africa where the conditions for the most part looking fine but we still want to showers around the eastern side of south africa into the sotto and swaziland should be dry and find it twenty three further north across much of botswana and into the maybe a weather conditions should also remain dry with plenty of sunshine in central
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africa plenty of big showers effect in central africa public and also bond with highs of twenty nine expected in the brazil. in the hash tag era when news coverage of looking for an easy solution we delve deeper football matches and challenge the status quo join me man the hot sun for a new season of love from at this time of his era. al-jazeera. where ever you are.
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thousands of people take to the streets of madrid to support the referendum in catalonia. hello world in your jazeera life and i'm martin dennis also coming up palestinian reconciliation a senior faster delegation goes to hamas controlled gaza to try to end the ten year rift that's left nearly two million gazans more deprived than ever. the u.s. secretary of state's diplomatic efforts in china to ease the north korea crisis is a waste of time to it says balsa president trump plus the emotional family reunion as puerto rican struggle to put their lives back together almost two weeks after hurricane maria.
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first the official results are in from catalonia as controversial succession referendum which happened on sunday more than two million votes were cast ninety percent of them voted to split from spain the voter turnout was quite low it was around forty percent even five.

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