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visit to the united states to replace their original devices which they've outgrown seven year old veronica is this new are. these children is a long term commitment every year they have to return to the united states for fittings and adjustments and every year their connection to their american friends gets deeper. while they're here they realize. when they're in the dead a dream house which is charity house they feel empowered. rising tensions. to resist a visit. to the same thing to the u.s. . and welcome to life my headquarters in doha with iran i'm also ahead the drive.
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and syria they promise to fight to the death. and tragedy involving refugees fleeing two people dead several of those missing. and finding their voice majority speak out against a break from spain. we begin with a rapidly escalating diplomatic dispute between turkey and the u.s. in the past few hours has effectively barred most u.s. citizens from entering the country the move came shortly after the u.s. announced it would stop issuing all but immigrant visas at its diplomatic missions and turkey both countries thought of security concerns around the embassies and consulates and claim the measures were necessary to cut the number of people coming
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in and out of the buildings let's get more on this now we're joined by cost pondered on estabrook she's live for us in washington d.c. what's going on di and what's led to this. well it was a bit strange that developed of doing the the u.s. and turkey as far back as the obama administration and then late last week there was an employee at the u.s. consulate in turkey who was arrested for allegedly spying now the u.s. says that was not the case that the this was this did not happen and that is what launched this war over visas. i are the first volley in the diplomatic dispute on sunday issuing a statement saying turks can't come to the us unless they are moving here by the end of the day the turkish embassy responded in kind to the u.s. the visa suspension war started just days after turkish authorities arrested
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a us consulate employee met in tokyo claiming topas was fine for an exiled turkish cleric the u.s. says those accusations are baseless oh look i was a look are retired and basswood her and former principal representative to the european union says the u.s. is sending a clear and deliberate message. or already there warning that. you know the. whole what's going. to go are you talking to the press the exiled cleric vettel of google and has been a bone of contention between the u.s. and turkey for nearly two decades turkish president heir to want claims masterminded last year's bloody military coup attempt from his compound in the u.s. state of pennsylvania he's been pressuring the u.s. to extradite the cleric goole and has repeatedly said the claims are baseless
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following the failed coup attempt former vice president joseph biden traveled to turkey to reaffirm friendly ties with the nation president donald trump did the same thing when air to one visited washington last spring turkey remains a valuable nato ally is home to the incirlik air base a strategic military tool in the us war against eisel so what happens now and why is there any easy way for either side to back down here. well that remains to be seen i mean as it stands right now the u.s. is limiting only those people in turkey coming from turkey so if you're a turk and you're living someplace else in another country you can still come here if you have a valid visa you can come here but the this sanctions or that the limits that turkey is placing on the u.s. is a lot broader even for people who have valid visas so. it remains to be seen what will happen but. within that you know we would expect within the next week maybe
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something diplomatically can be worked out between the two countries they are nato allies and you know they have this very important air base nato air base in turkey which is important to the u.s. all right dan thank you very much for that stan estabrook joining us live from washington d.c. well alternators chief editor of the turkish language news site washington hati he says the tension is going to make things difficult for turkey. when you start talking about the problems between the two countries and when you cannot stop anywhere there are so many issues this point are very much in uncharted territory as far as we can though there is there is we have not seen such suspension of visas big being the countries and the turkey also suspense is really the u.s. government there is kind of
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a chicken game between the capitals but the same time does to a allies not allies and allies for about seventy years would call each other and strategic ally of working in many areas across the world this kind of town sure and this going of fights between the capitals i think going to escalate and going to make it turkey which is already isolated in the neighborhood. will make things very much much more difficult for our own corrupt. let's move on to other news now and an armed coalition led by fighters once linked to al qaida is promising a fierce fight against those who enter its territory and syria's province hired for responding to an offensive by the free syrian army or f.s.a. turkey is backing the operation from its side of the border forces have opened fire from their. reports from gaza near the turkish syrian border.
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turkish artillery shelling. positions inside syria. the former al qaeda affiliate group controls most of province and this border area is the focal point of what turkish authorities refer to as a serious campaign. and the free syrian army is sending reinforcements to that i had. the starting point for the new cross border campaign. but which has thousands of fighters is vowing to fight to the death news of the new campaign is raising concerns for civilians in there. if the turkish army enters back by russian planes that have committed a massacre a few days ago and that is for sure and acceptable to me and to any muslim who
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rejects the presence of players in our country. the russians are the first and last anomie of the syrian people here backing bashar al assad how can they be supporting the syrian people. the new push by turkey comes after an agreement with russia and iran last month to set up a deescalation zone in. the turkish army will be operating in the city while the russians will be deployed outside of the province it is one of four deescalation zones the others are the asker's of the capital damascus that are on the border with jordan and northern parts of helms. zones what established after iran russia and turkey decided to set aside their differences and find a permanent solution to the syrian conflict. the new operation could be part of a broader deal between russia turkey and iran but we don't know who would run one.
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victor from the prominence and what will become moderate opposition factions. and of the thousands of civilians living in the area. at least two people have drowned after about capsized as it was carrying the hanger refugees from myanmar to bangor they. talk about it is kept people started fleeing violence in. august more than sixty people drowned when two boats capsized last month. following developments and cocks and. this boat carrying a hindu refugees saying close to shop loaded with on the southern tip of bangladesh it really speaks to the magnitude of this refugee crisis despite the dangers of trying to cross the now river more and more of these boats are still trying to cross now this is just the latest incident we're told that some survivors have been
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found but many are still missing in that many of those still missing are children so there's a lot of concern that the death toll will may may go up in the hours ahead now in september there were at least two incidents in which boat sank or hinder refugee that were trying to cross from me and mark into bangladesh and again this really goes to show these people are so desperate fleeing for their lives trying to get to bangladesh despite the dangers now the u.n. h.c.r. has said that there's really no end in sight to this crisis and that's why there's so much concern right now you have over half a million people crossed for me and more into bangladesh just in the last six weeks it looks as though that flow that flow of people that exodus won't stop anytime soon these makeshift camps that they are going to they are overcrowded the conditions are on hygenic unsanitary there is not enough aid that is why there is a lot also still so much concern that epidemics could break out and diseases could
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spread in the meantime the u.n. aid workers humanitarian organizations trying to get the international community to respond more vigorously to this crisis which they do which they do not believe will get any better any time soon. well simon barrenness as executive director at the international campaign for the henkka he says there must be more pressure on young muslim men to train to end the atrocities. but as denials mean nothing the evidence is right clear what will cause the burmese army to listen is when you know we embargo any kind. to the burmese army and when we sanction individual members of the army make it clear to them that they can face prosecution. in that international criminal court and also if we go off their business interests including you know their involvement in the precious gem trade you know we can we can put effective pressure on the burmese army and his business interests and
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that's where they'll listen to you know just a couple of weeks ago shareholders with approximately thirty billion dollars of assets under management wrote to chevron. demanding that chevron not do business with governments engage in genocide or crimes against humanity right now working with shareholders in other oil companies in burma and also shareholders in the jury retailers and these companies listen to their shareholders but they also listen to their customers as well and you know we expect that more and more people will be demanding the jury retail is not even stock any germs made in burma and we're also going to be researching other business interests of the burmese army has and use that as a way of putting pressure on the army to end this abuse and then this ethnic cleansing. now they're calling themselves the silent majority and the bait out in
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force and boss a lot of spain's caution on your age and hundreds of thousands of people travel travel all over the country to make their call for unity exactly one week oxycontin knowing your secession vote the referendum has plunged spade into political crisis that is john holl reports both sides are already hardening their positions. boston has seen plenty of huge difference. grayson's but not like this one will see red light yellow the confluence and young lions alongside the spanish national flag region gripped by calls for independence this is a fine young usual show of national unity. some have come from other parts of spain but most are from catalonia itself tony rolled down his accomplice and politician opposed to independence we have me proud the best will be here the first very young days. of the last forty years in a city because he was when it was over and we have monies to build the framework
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that works for everyone i think that the future belongs to you i just think that we need to do better from national language to govern ourselves in the world the vision doesn't make sense to hold but they call themselves the silent majority was there so no representative has the right choices not being heard well silent noble and so on if they. have you know you have one moment described an atmosphere of hostility towards those who disagree with the push for independence days ago i was in my spanish. is what. i like. that there was a. right to fight them that had. my. morning rights. and given the opportunity to speak out many embraced it really
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tired of being the majority and the people to say that we are not weird the majority because the union has a force and come on he's common sense independent schools in this region with its distinct culture and language a centuries old but the stakes of never been higher in the dritte prime minister mariano rajoy warns he may use special powers to revoke catalonian. the regional government meanwhile is considering a. declaration of independence. but. these people seem to have their voices. in which fifty eight people were killed at a country music. the probably with the best of the regular blood below. the city.
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financing from while here. welcome to look at weather conditions across the americas now in north america this is tropical storm nate weakening slightly as it moves further north but it's got a vast amount of rain within its circulation but it is going very fast and that's a saving grace because from monday there it is giving heavy rain for new york through up into eastern parts of canada you also notice the states have got rain across colorado plateau in sterling to snow in places and certainly denver there temperatures of three that's a mix on temperature of three so really cold here elsewhere we've got fine conditions across the west coast san francisco twenty three least on monday
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dropping a little bit as we head on through into choose a at that stage denver seen some moderate conditions as rain moves further towards the east and we've got some rain across some of these southern states still as we head down into the caribbean we've got a fair few showers across some of the others pretty across more eastern areas as we look at havana cuba there we've got showers and highs of thirty one up through the isthmus have had some very big storms across a good part of mexico and it's still looking pretty unsettled with some heavy showers here continuing as we head into tuesday for south america we've got a frontal system across parts of paraguayan into argentina but still evidence on choose day highs of thirty one innocent. optimism has faded. elected leaders are divided. tension grows as fears that a crackdown is imminent the targets the activists who fought for democracy.
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part of the six part series filmed over five years. trying this democracy experiment at this time on al-jazeera. to have you with us on al-jazeera and these are our top stories that process any visitor visas for u.s. citizens that's after washington suspended nonimmigrant visa services at its missions and istanbul all this comes after a u.s. consulate official in turkey was arrested for alleged links to a u.s.
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based turkish businessmen accuses of plotting a crude last year at least two people have drowned after a boat carrying the hanger refugees from myanmar. capsized the third such incident since people scaping weiland. state in august. hundreds of thousands of people have joined a unity rally in spain's caution on your region one week after the session referendum the regional government is considering a unilateral declaration of independence. a senior u.s. republican senator says president donald trump's twitter activity is hurting the country's foreign policy. as the foreign relations committee has told the new york times that trump threats to other countries could set the us on the path to world war three with interview comes off the president attacked head on twitter of a has refusal to run for another term. north korea's leader kim jong un has described the nation's nuclear weapons program as
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a powerful deterrent he also said relations with the u.s. a complicated earlier in a tweet us president all trump said that quote only one thing would work in dealing with pyongyang trump didn't specify what that one thing was but his previously threatened to totally destroy north korea but trump is also accused of wrong or fond of north korea's regime on the two thousand and fifty nuclear deal iran has agreed to limit its nuclear program and return for relieving economic sanctions there are reports trump may decertify the deal i believe they're funding north korea i believe they're trading with north korea i believe they're doing things with korea that is totally inappropriate that doesn't pertain to the deal but in my opinion it does because it's called the spirit of the deal and you will see what i will be doing in the not too distant future but iran is a bad player. and they will be taken care of as
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a bad player. more than one hundred thousand people have up in the u.s. off to hark a night at the gulf coast the worst affected states in mississippi alabama and louisiana and it quickly weakened and has since been downgraded to a tropical storm that been no deaths injuries reported in the u.s. but up to thirty people killed when the harlequin hit central america. people in las vegas are mourning the victims of last week's mass shooting fifty eight people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a music concert for a nearby hotel room hundreds more were injured kristen salumi reports. all around las vegas sunday was a day to remember the victims and support the survivors the largest mass shooting in recent history each cross representing one of the fifty eight people shot and killed in the shadow of the hotel that served as the gunman's perch it's really
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cool seeing everyone come together people that aren't even from las vegas i'm sure i used to get here. from california. more people visit las vegas every month than live here year round and the victims of the shooting came from all over the country and as far away as canada that's made this memorial on the vegas strip a popular spot not only for locals but also tourists hoping to pay their respects. as planned and executed this act of what we can only describe as pure evil local residents took solace at church services and tried to make sense of it all those who experienced the chaos of that night now say they feel lucky to be alive they're literally watching it on t.v. and not even ten minutes later you see people running through the casinos like a stampede and screaming trampling each other. it was surreal never been through anything like it. they came together to play as well as pray.
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the university of nevada football game began with a tribute and special recognition for first responders. kayla jones sang the national anthem at the game just as she did at the concert the night of the shooting the takeaway if anyone lost anyone is that they were having fun they were loving our country and they blast us that night. and. the city scarred but determined to stay strong christian salumi al-jazeera las vegas nevada . god of government has pledged to improve safety standards in the country's energy sector off to an explosion killed seven people in the capital. that happened after a gas tank a court fire forty others were injured the explosion triggered a second blast this happened near a transport terminal and close to hospitals for university students at least thirty
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people have been killed in violence in the northeast of the democratic republic of congo rebels ambushed a group of civilians before fighting the army near the town of benny security forces blame the attack on the ugandan good called the allied democratic forces eighty f. human rights watch says at least a thousand people have been killed in violence in the area in the last three years . campaigning has officially ended in liberia where voters will soon choose a successor for president ellen johnson sirleaf vice president joseph is leading the race and he's got some colorful and controversial company there is legendary footballer george where his running mate is the ex-wife of liberia's former dictator charles taylor former warlord prince johnson is running for the second time he's accused of ordering the torture and murder of liberian president samuel doe and nine hundred ninety and for the country that had africa's first female head of state only one woman is aiming for the top job and that model turned
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humanitarian cooper twenty contenders standing and all but it has more now from the capital monrovia candidates for liberia's presidential and parliamentary elections zine a last minute effort to win over voters there range from the flamboyant to the everyday person one thing they have in common though is that they stand on issues look and sound the same and this is forcing many voters to narrow their choices down to all the tribal region and personality we see. not. candidates with development. or with platforms many political observers believe that voters are not asking the right questions which is really tragedy.
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newborn democracy is. too corny is a product of the country's broken education system. she and her neighbor take turns teaching their children a little the no this. is about thirty percent. better life. from poverty reduction to education and providing infrastructure one thing what the one so far is a campaign. to record itself. from.
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the election commission is confident of successful elections that could lead to a transition from one democratic government to another for the first time in more than forty as one of the challenges we had of course were. part of our country difficult to reach. but we were blessed to have the graciously agreed to provide air support. a presidential aspirant with more than fifty percent of the vote for the runoff for legislators though a simple majority would do. it greece. now some of the biggest names in italian fashion. to help pay for the huge cost of. the coliseum. to find out why.
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it's a steep climb to the top of the colosseum commissioned by the emperor of a speccy and in the years seventy two for the past forty years the fourth and fifth levels have been locked away from view until now welcome to the ancient cheap seats that probably wouldn't offer the best view of the regular bloodbath down below but they do offer a sensational view of the city. the opening of the upper levels is the result of a four year epic restoration project the outside's also been strengthened and spray clean to remove generations of grime the cost a colossal thirty million dollars and the still more work to do the sheer scale of rome's archaeological heritage poses a huge financial burden for the city and for the country the vast costs involved frequently exceed state budgets. ticket sales help but revenues don't go far enough
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that's where high end italian fashion comes to the rescue the coliseums renovation was largely paid for by the billionaire owner of todd's luxury footwear company. in follows a three million dollars renovation of one of rome's main tourist attractions the trevi fountain paid for by clothes company fendi. on the spanish steps restored last year with more than a million dollars from jewelry designer ball gary when we had to celebrate there were one hundred thirty new very three we wanted to create something really special for this any of your three and that's why we thought to pay tribute to the sea today where our founder and also created so much richness in our creativity the financial help sloan she welcomed it's of these kastrup government but there were some concerns about bigger tally and companies using the renovations as a branding exercise. as
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a real risk of commercializing ancient monuments but the brands we chose last year were chosen carefully we haven't seen any signs of companies abusing their patronage. italians are intensely proud of their rich cultural heritage but preserving it comes at a huge cost that for now only italy's big businesses are able to cover these barca al-jazeera rome. i don't again i'm going to have a problem and the headlines on al-jazeera turkey and the u.s. are involved in a rapidly escalating diplomatic dispute turkey says it won't process visas for u.s. citizens who want to travel there that comes after the u.s. announced it will stop issuing norm immigrant visas at its embassy and consulates in turkey the country say they need to reassess each other's commitment to the
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security of embassy and consulate staff and u.s. consulate employee was arrested and istanbul last week of alleged links to the man turkey blames a plot in last year's failed could dine estabrook is following the story from washington d.c. there are some a dozen other u.s. citizens who have been arrested and detained in turkey one includes a nasa scientist another is a christian missionary vice president mike pence and secretary of state rex tillerson have been trying to get that missionary freed without success so yet another volley has been has been filed over the last few days in this diplomatic snafu and i'm coalition led by fighters once linked to al qaida is promising a fierce fight against those who enter its territory and syria's in the province. responding to an offensive by the free syrian army turkey is backing the operation
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from its side of the border and forces have opened fire from their. at least two people have drowned off for a boat capsized as it was carrying the hang of refugees from me a lot of on the vacation as the time a boat carrying people escaping violence and state has capsized hundreds of thousands of people have joined a unity rally in spain's catalonia region one week after secession referendum the regional government is considering a unilateral declaration of independence a senior us republican senator says president almost trumps twitter activity is hurting the country's foreign policy which has the foreign relations committee has told the new york times that trumps threats to other countries could set the u.s. on the path to world war three as interview comes after the president attacked him on twitter of his refusal to run for another term north korea's leader kim jong un has described the nation's nuclear weapons program as a powerful deterrent he also said relations with the u.s.
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a complicated those are the headlines on al-jazeera produce stay with us we're coming up next thank you for watching. al-jazeera us where every us. tens of thousands of demonstrations erupt across china each year driven by anger over corruption and the illegal sale of communal land most protests fail to make an impact but in two thousand and eleven one village defied the odds. that const religious rose up demanding the return of their land calling for their leaders to step.


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