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first in. cannes only we're going places together. when they're on line we were in hurricane. almost like thirty six hours these are the things that. address or if you join us on say i'm a member because but we struck up a relationship this is a dialogue tweet us with hash tag stream and one of your pitches might make the actual join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera. your child is there i'm still robin these are our top stories the palestinian faction hamas says it has reached a deal on political reconciliation with fatah
a move that could signal an end to a decade long divide between the two groups hamas and father have been meeting in the egyptian capital cairo to discuss the formation of a national unity government. brokered by egypt started on tuesday let's get the very latest from harry for that he's following events for us in ramallah in the occupied west bank great deal of confusion harry about the timing of this press conference what do you know. that's right we were expecting it to happen three hours ago local time noon local time here in ramallah what we're now hearing is that it already has happened but it that it didn't happen live on television as we had been led to expect either a news conference or a statement from these two factions instead we hear that the agreement has been signed and a statement given by ari for hamas. for four fatah but it will be replayed we're hearing at
a later stage by egyptian television so what we don't have yet although it does seem that the agreement has been reached and indeed there has been congratulations sent from from hamas as gaza heads to the palestinian president mahmoud abbas we don't yet have the full announcement of the detail of exactly what has been agreed the leaks that have been coming out throughout the morning suggest that three main areas of agreement have been reached over the policing of the border crossing between egypt and gaza internal security reassuming some three thousand palestinian authority security operatives into the internal security of the gaza strip and allowing for some thousands of hamas people who've been operating government services in the interim in these ten years to be merged over the next four months back under the palestinian authority but we have yet to get that absolutely clarified and finalized. for them over there he will leave to come back to you as and when we get that statement on camera. with all intentions are growing between
kurdish authorities and the iraqi government following last month's controversial session referendum baghdad has denied claims by the kurdish regional government that it plans a major attack on the region the care she says it fears iraqi government forces could launch an assault on the autonomous northern region. spain is celebrating its national day as the political crisis over the future of the catalonia region deepens many of already taken to the streets of barcelona in a show of unity independence rallies are also expected madrid has given catalans leader. until monday to say whether or not he has declared independence if catalonia does press on with the session the spanish government says it'll take away the region's political autonomy obviously has more from madrid. it is the most extraordinary tale of events that spanish national day coincides exactly with the denouement of the crisis between madrid and barcelona have a look over here and you can you can see what it looks like look at the depth of
the crowd the other side of the road maybe ten or twelve people day this is actually the end of the parade now but huge applause for the army coming past the fly over by the air force always very militaristic as an event this loved by supporters of king and country really but it's the timing is crucial because for the national government here in madrid is the perfect opportunity to send a message to the catalans and to say look how united we are the whole of spain is here the whole of spain suppose unity and the whole of spain hates your idea of independence and at the moment they think they've got the capital and independence movement on the run because they've given this deadline of monday to the president to say are you going to go independent or are you not and they know that whichever decision he makes they will split his own movements this feels like really does feel like a triumph and sort of day for the nationalist movements the pro-government movement of madrid's. two more people have been confirmed dead from the wildfires that are
affecting the u.s. state of california taking the toll to twenty three hundreds of fire engines and crews have arrived from other areas to help fight the flames but winds have picked up making the operation to contain the fire more difficult i'll be back with more news in thirty minutes next hour it's witness. hello hello hi ohio.
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you're watching al-jazeera cross over to kyra egypt where expecting palestinian factions to explain how they have managed to reach consensus and the potential for a unity government let's just listen in to the chief negotiators for hamas says yassin was a factor. and that. the crossing for the good. with israel. has a special situation. procedures. meant of the building he was whether. brothers and he said they have started a few months ago. things in the crossing for the sake of the people and for the sake of the crossing in the normal way. security.
green meant to put aside the rest for her to have an agreement that we would know the policy of taxes and topple the factions hamas and fatah in order to achieve. that dream to put an end to the occupation and to have. defended that sovereign state with its residents as the capital of the state. that lacked to say again that the. road this time is quite distinguished compared to previous times gyptian experience. and the egyptian. is the country that takes care of national security including this cut of the palestinian people. role. played by. the gyptian
intelligence agency to the instructions of the president. led by a minister. and. the team really was given us was given to us because of our summer. and other day. all the problems problems money. problems. problems not a lot of other problems within the meeting of the factions and the framework of the conservation at the same time as our brothers. used to supposed efforts so. jordan saudi arabia in particular who were well informed of the process their steps. these efforts we will reach the final settlements and we have to get rid finally.
of the rift and we go hand in hand with international partnership between all of the components of the palestinian people and now i'll give the floor to my colleagues. in the name of the law i must look at the russian it. ok this is better in the name of the law the most for a look at passionate. praise. his promise at the very beginning thank you. for giving us the hope the trust to be able. to help our people. nation with the efforts that we have within. the national.
unity. and then we thank the great palestinian people the great palestinian people who showed us a lot of patience and still patient and still have in the whole the strength. and. have hopes achieved the targets achieved. and. we need also to praise and i repeat that. phrase the sions as said by my brother as with the egyptians sorting from his axis in the president the government and the brothers in the. efforts they have exerted in order to reach that moment we repeat and again and again that we in safe hands we are safe.
and we feel good future when needed is with we are confident that. is stable and will never change and is always for the sake of the palestinians for the rights of the palestinian people for the targets and hopes and the mission of the palestinians yes. we know that this is the there is the palestinian issue is the egyptians and we need to reach. this is a press conference recorded. in cairo but only being transmitted for the first time between palestinian factions hamas and fatah you seem to have come to some agreement in terms of national unity there speaking is how much this chief negotiator the son was shortly before that we saw and heard as a man who's fighters seen the broker there as well as bringing our correspondent in ramallah howry force it has been listening in we are waiting for the detail as
you say harry or as we say the devil is in the detail what have we heard in terms of the breakthrough that these two groups have managed to make. you know we still haven't got the entire text of this agreement the the full dotting of i's and crossing of t.'s in terms of exactly what has been agreed to but you could hear being referred to in the partial rebroadcast of the news of the statement from the two sides that the sorts of things that we've been hearing earlier in the day do indeed seem to be in this agreement you heard talking about the situation on the border of the egyptian gaza border talking about how the palestinian authority would act with the hamas security that has been so far providing the border crossings and he praised them for having increased security as
per the deal independent deal with egypt saying that the full situation there would be changed along the lines of this agreement by november the first he himself using the phrase devil in the details saying that there are obviously time lines and targets that need to be met in order to prove that this this this reconciliation is going forward in that the new administration that has been since last week retaking power in gaza that it does according to some sort of metrics that are being input that are being imposed by this nascent agreement he also talked about the egyptian role the fact that egyptian intelligence had been so key in all this in have been different in its approach from previous and you have to say failed attempts in twenty eleven and since then to try to breach this divide to bridge this divide and you heard from sorry as well of hamas also thanking the egyptians saying that we are in safe hands and the palestinian issue is the egyptian issue apart from the
border crossings we understand that there are agreements over the internal security of gaza how it is policed and also trying to merge these two separate groups. and officials that we have now because hamas officials of the last ten years been brought in to take over from the p.a. officials who've been sitting at home because of the hamas takeover in two thousand and seven so that's always been one of the key stumbling blocks how to satisfy these two separate groups of employees tens of thousands of them and make sure that they as many of them as possible have jobs and those who lose jobs do so in a way which doesn't hurt them too much financially doesn't hurt the prospects of the. individual sponsors in terms of hamas and fatah so that's that's the bare bones of the agreement that we have so far obviously other issues most notably the fate of hamas is military wing so far we haven't heard very much about it it will
come back to us and when we get more details from that prerecorded press conference coming out of cairo joining me here in studio is sure he's a senior lecturer at the university of exeter in the united kingdom joins me here on set in doha lots of praise for the egyptians from both sides. we've been in this position before where we've seen fatah and have a sit together yes we've sorted out our differences days weeks months later it all falls apart so these are still very tentative steps that are not they are we have been there ten years over ten years ago in two thousand and six march two thousand and six when there was a unity government back then and there was changes in the platforms of both sides and there have been there before because egypt has been negotiating under the general intelligence but at this on that almost a man between south and seven onwards with. you consultation between them it didn't work out and the problem here is that there are structural issues there are issues
that has to do with the peace deal with israel issues has to do with statehood that is seen as statehood is that has to do with the arms. in particular i think the option for the egyptians and that has to dismantle the the on. wing of hamas hamas does not see this as viable we have a similar case in lebanon hezbollah arms have been subject to discussion for the last seventeen years since two thousand onward since the israeli withdrawal the case in gaza is likely to stay in such a situation we haven't seen the full text of the agreement yet so how problematic is that hamas in the gaza strip the al qassam brigade. on one end hamas sees this as its safety net as it's get in there is no guarantee from what guarantee you from exclusion repression the dismantling of the organization basically the fate of morsi government in egypt you know and the muslim brothers and. so it's kind of it's hard force this is on one end on the other end it's also it's getting to
against israel sees it as its protection against israel not the said against education and other palestinian factions so that's on and on the other end. egypt has it as a terrorist organization and egypt believes that it's responsible to what's happening in sinai are partly responsible at least although that has changed since that he conservation so now official media toned down the accusations that the assembly get involved in sinai but at the same time i don't think this is the perspective of most of the security agencies and as you suggest you know ten years is a long time certainly in a place this is fractious as in the west bank and the dynamics of the politics of change not just in israel but in egypt and of course on the ground how much earlier this year changed its stance not completely but it changed its stance in such a way that we've got to a position today that was in may talking about statehood talking about the nine
hundred sixty seven borders but not mentioning israel in the way they want to approach the potential for a long term peace how important was that change in position by hamas to where we are now where they've been able to deal and negotiate not just with but. more broadly really with an egypt that was quite antagonistic towards it is very important and will be very critical for a deescalation in many ways but this is not new again this has been going through a process of transformation since almost one thousand nine hundred nine. one thousand nine hundred sixty seven borders has been highlighted by its founder. back before he dies and the issue that has to do with for example elections on that occupation was also highlighted before and hamas running elections in the end. the issue of taking up arms against israel as the only legitimate means that was in the one thousand nine hundred that was pushed aside to mean so it's just one of those means that you can resist israel with so there has been
a process of transformation going on within hamas the problem is that you can face spoilers that one and you know we don't know how israel is going to perceive the reconciliation there's a whole you know studies about spoilers in these kind of thing stephen steadman and somehow mood was very good in and lighting this and this may happen in such case you know this may happen if you find spoiling. isis in sinai voiding all the factions within hamas within. that doesn't see that a consolation in their favor could spoil so we have a situation is a idea certainly as well as the detail for the moment of thank you for joining us on such. so the day's other news now intentions are growing between kurdish authorities and the iraqi government following last month's controversial secession referendum baghdad has denied claims by the kurdish regional government that it plans a major attack on the kurds cook region the care gee says it fears iraqi government
forces could launch an assault on the autonomous northern region well charles stratford has the latest for us from erbil in northern iraq. this is the main road between erbil and mosul and it's one of two roads that were closed last night by the kurdish regional government following what it says were messages that it received from the iraqi military and the house of the shabby those of the shia militia groups saying that there were planned attacks around the oil rich city of kirkuk and northern mosul now this road was opened up again this morning but it's an indication of just how nervous the kayla are these mounting threats from the baghdad government also in the last couple of hours news out of turkey a spokes person for president russet tiber the one saying that turkey was going to gradually close its land border with at the k r g eight nations with the iraqi government and the iranian government as i say a huge indication of just how nervous the k r g are at the moment meanwhile no sign
of any face to face dialogue happening the k r g saying that they are open to dialogue that they works to talk to the baghdad government but the baghdad government refusing they say until the results of this controversial referendum another fight. spain is celebrating its national day as the political crisis over the future of the catalonia region deepens many have already taken to the streets of barcelona in a show of unity independence rallies are also expected well madrid has given catalans leader. until monday to say whether or not he has declared independence if catalonia does press on with secession the spanish government says it will take away. the regions of political autonomy but honestly has more from madrid. it is the most extraordinary turn of events that spanish national day coincides exactly with the denouement of the crisis between madrid and barcelona have
a look over here and you can you can see what it looks like look at the depth of the crowd the other side of the road maybe ten or twelve people day this is actually the end of the parade now but huge applause for the army coming past the fly over by the air force always very militaristic as an event is loved by supporters of king and country really but it's the timing is crucial because for the national government here in madrid is the perfect opportunity to send a message to the catalans and to say look how united we are the whole of spain is here the whole of spain supports unity and the whole of spain hates your idea of independence and at the moment they think they've got the capital and independence movement on the run because they've given this deadline of monday to the president to say are you going to go independent or are you not and they know that whichever decision he makes they will split his own movement this feels like really does feel like a triumph and sort of day for the nationalist movement the pro-government movement of madrid's. the united states and turkey will hold talks soon to try and resolve
a diplomatic dispute the rar between the nato allies flared up last week when a u.s. consular staff member in turkey was detained the american embassy in ankara suspended most visa services provoking turkey to retaliate with similar measures u.s. foreign secretary rex tillerson has called on the turkish government to back with evidence claims that embassy employees were linked to the two thousand and sixteen failed coup. two more people are being confirmed dead from wildfires in the u.s. state of california bringing the total number to twenty three but hundreds of other people remain missing and with high winds picking up it's even more difficult to contain the for. ames as rob rattles reports from los angeles what steps could be taken to save lives homes in the future. high winds low humidity and dry brush the ingredients of california's fire disaster are simple all
they need is a spark get that ignition and you don't get that if you don't get that innocent put out right away then those are the conditions that allow a wildfire to spread really uncontrollably hot winds from the desert blow eastward every october just as the forest and brush is at its trius many wildfires are almost impossible to contain with winds of up to one hundred sixty kilometers per hour propelling the flames along fire experts say while brush fires are inevitable the destruction they cause is not it's going to be far easier cheaper and effective to reengineer our homes and communities than the try to reengineer the forest if you just do one thing. replace rooftops with non-flammable materials like
a metal roof that alone can increase the probability of a home surviving a wildfire by ninety to ninety five percent for more than a century the conventional wisdom was to fight forest fires that almost all costs the consequence it has allowed the underbrush and dry fuel to build up making fires burn with even greater intensity what we need to be doing is working with wildfires not fighting against them. the whole war on wildfire paradigm is complete distortion and we're just throwing lots of blood and treasure into absolute folly making war on nature is essentially what it's about firefighters are doing their best there are several thousand firefighters on the line right now we have firefighters from throughout california san diego to you know we're going to border but scientists say those who have built their homes and businesses in harm's
way can't count on firefighters to save them there's always a lag time in these fires between the time that the fire starts and the time that they can get people out of the way getting resources in to start to protect against it and it's in that lag time that people in that lag time that a lot of the bad things happen a new approach in how people should deal with nature along with changes in planning and building design could help keep things from going from bad to worse robert oulds zero los angeles. a volcano in southwest japan has erupted for the first time in six as shimoda a volcano has been spewing ash and space almost two kilometers into the sky is falling at least full cities and towns and museums prefecture school students have been told to wear helmets some must sell their way to and from school and villages near the volcano. a victim of last month's smash last vegas music
festival has filed a lawsuit against the event organizers twenty one year old paid just but it's also suing the operators of the hotel where gunman stephen paddick fired from and the maker of the device that allowed weapons to be fired at a near automatic rate jasper suffered multiple injuries in the attack that killed fifty eight people of course you can follow all of the stories that we're covering including the signing of a reconciliation agreement between hamas and fatah will have full details of that in the news hour in thirty minutes on our website at w.w.w. got down to zero dot com. you're watching al-jazeera i'm so hold robin at our headquarters here in doha these are our headlines palestine's rival factions have reached a deal on political reconciliation and fighter have agreed for the palestinian
authority to take full administratively control of gars or by december the first they've been meeting in the egyptian capital cairo to discuss the formation of a national unity government because she ations brokered by egypt and they started on tuesday. again. be completely agreed to the concept of supporting the government which will work normally according to law in of the systems to administer the authorities and ministries without exception and to to provide all the crossings where they are with the israeli side of the egyptian side which is the rabbi crossing. tensions are growing between kurdish authorities and the iraqi government following last month's controversial suspension rev random baghdad has denied claims by the kurdish regional government that it plans a major attack on the kirkuk region the k r g says it fears iraqi government forces could launch an assault on the autonomous northern region. the united states and turkey will hold talks soon to try and resolve
a diplomatic dispute the round between the nato allies flared it last week when a u.s. consular staff member in turkey was detained the american embassy in ankara suspended most visa services provoking turkey to retaliate with similar measures us foreign secretary rex tillerson has called on the turkish government to back with evidence claims that embassy employees were linked to the two thousand and sixteen failed coup. spain is celebrating its national day as the political crisis over the future of the catalonia region deepens many have already taken to the streets of barcelona in a show of unity independence rallies are also expected but it has given catalans leader . until monday to say whether or not he's declared independence if catalonia does press on with the session the spanish government says it will take away the region's political autonomy. two more people have been confirmed dead from wildfires in california bringing the total about to twenty three hundreds of fire
engines and crews are being rushed to the u.s. state from other areas to try and contain the infernos more than three thousand homes and businesses have been destroyed many of them in the wind country well those were the headlines here on al-jazeera i'll be back with the news hour in thirty minutes next we continue here with witness.
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sat outside my dad like well you know i'm a mom i'm in prison and do you think it was yeah it was just me and him and i don't know what age or anything like we may in prison he was like bring me. the kids are . numbers just you know that you guys met in jail you were the nurse at the county jail. and he was there and so i don't remember the exact moment but i remember hearing about was the most political person in the tyranny and i was already selling his. you know the one thing that. i felt a pain in my heart for again. i had to question ever so much for you and sometimes
you didn't want to talk about the past but there were so many questions. oh how could you survive something like they're. not coming would you fix a broken. wrong i tell people what to do ok. and yet you know from that picture it was actually in the living on the same couch but. i think it was grandma maybe grandpa i just think find it in very simple terms they said mommy cappy got beat up very badly and she died and people
think that daddy greg did it and that he's in jail for that. ok my name gregg well what now my nightmare started on may thirty first one thousand nine hundred five when my wife was found murdered brutally as anybody can imagine granddaughter froman she didn't mean right you know the whole nine yards and on t.v. and in the movies you always see the jury's going to daven it not this but it was a happy group of people you ever saw they were high five and each other seven each other in the back you know it was ridiculous up scene but this is our home and the judge says to me he says mr well you've been found guilty by a jury of your peers and i could not do that then he said your senate to be executed by lethal injection all right i saw him come when he blindsided me caught me unawares when he said it for time reason we cannot legally inject you but i lectured if the power goes out we will hang you and if the rope break by god son will take out on a jail she. just
did a few of the fancy jordan would stay here so he said in the chair would spare his family now we get the big one the stuff we come back was it really albert said their stuff as it were we get to be here he did look over all right we're back he still did. that when. albert were here and he still didn't move i suppose. it would take all that willing to lay out your. eyes looking outward looking outward from a look at oh my god what we got two people trying to elicit false as. it is all because it's really easy just to drink out of this beer. i mean. you were sleeping really good. memory everything. is things i
destroyed all my brain cells ended up. and most of them for the prison show on t.v. if he used a nine point one he reckoned i only nine point five and galveston i am pleased to announce here in the show is the witness to innocence the texas freedom to or we've got eight exotic reason town tonight who have all been wrongfully convicted sent to death row and then exonerated and ron you are from a see new mexico no i was on death row now makes you i just have to be passing through the state wrong place wrong time you're just cruising down on your motorcycle we never stopped in new mexico we cruise right through it the murder it happened a week before we even got there a cop had killed this guy and they they've actually framed dust cover up for the cop who we let this innocence or all exonerated people from death row we've all
been on the road we know what it's like down there right but we're the people that are true to our word we're told we're going to leave there we're going to do something about this what we're doing and the way we do this is we go all over and we try to end the debt and really. when i went to death row i wasn't arrested i was rescued i would either died then tilled shot or i would've killed somebody because of biker wars back and forth back and forth people killing each other. i went to eleven funerals in the club killed by other other clubs. then when i got out in talk about it a lot of people go they go right to the press and they start talking the media are all over stuff i did my head anyone anything to do it i got to get my life and tracked i have to work and i have to start my life over. along without help. i worked eighteen hours
a day i didn't want to talk to people i didn't like everybody knows my face so i hid at work i didn't ever give a thought to the other guys i thought i didn't know who is the other guys that were innocent on death row. are. i'll practice my talking my speech in here are generally watching t.v. with nobody around. like a politician much like speaking right now i don't. i've never given the same speech twice never.
get your room with a frown. yet when i was real little we learn how to do it to hear you have a sack in your back or we're going to texas so when the minute. before i was eighteen i was trying to get arrested over twenty five to thirty times and i want off among them. i turn eighty. when i have room for. go to your home. and i had. a robbery case that i was probably guilty of but. i was convicted him given a five liason. and that's when i began to work oh my sap began to change. and denounce my past and join the political movement a prison movement and then in nineteen seventy three nov twenty seventh i came as i was the future leading up arriving poor people's got murdered to kill the whatever
and that for the next nine years i had to fight for my life. first of all let me. say thank each and every one of you all for being here tonight to see i'm here tonight not because of the system but in spite of. i'm here tonight because the world just like you. got a call. that the time when i was convicted i wanted for trial in my second trial i was convicted and sentenced to die that sent court will be somebody that they say we were here on campus there was black near some of the evidence it was have against me said it was going to cooking with his hair i would have to try were no more why should i have a boss i treated. i sure just like i mean curtain you all to stand up against racism to stand up against social injustice to stand up against all forms of
injustice and i don't know what all you all are going to school some of you are going to school to be law students but i just want to get one more recipe to your resume. take up because you don't have to be difficult but take up the call for social justice and i can assure you my phrase when you take up that cause for structure just it's called if you're very normal. better to. get a better view of a problem with. my name is. my me. i'd include a message i just come here to break witness to. the death penalty yes. in some cases you know i did that yes.
i did it now because i've met too many people that were innocent and were on death row. and almost died. an innocent person. and the reason the way we get the word out that's the way he is you got to teach her we've got to educate the public to change their mind get a change opinion we always had hope but you know it's there i got a calendar on a wall i'm putting x.'s in the squares i know when i'm going to die basically one time when they come fast we walked into the church i was nine days from execution. we said that race or barbers are here and our boys are you but your record remember is one day it could be your brother your father your son or your daughter.
or you it's you. you cannot bring them back when. you're. just going to. i'm so happy to be here i'm so honored to be able again to open this meeting and share this time with our family. this is the first time here. and you know this there are many is already there. are still with us on the. radio. throws a spooky place here other people crying at night people killing themselves you want
to kill yourself everyone sure that you're a monster everyone's positive that you're a monster and you deserve to die. when you use the term. not you know it's different from your term in a sense but how if you're a good time you know i jury right you know you're. we survive you now but you survive that's right you survive that's it that's the way to look at it but we don't we're very we were just. the special thing about it is susan's was it just being with someone else and been through this it was like the veterans painting meeting they get to talk to each other. nobody else in the world belongs to this club like they do hundred fifty six of them.
one of the best part of the gatherings ok is after everything's done and we go up in and we pick some room usually is my room we party we bring cases of beer and liquor and we bring it into the room and we're not on camera anymore and we could talk over just exonerates we get together and talk and everything like that we're drinking have a good time people are passed out on the florida smoking dope i lean out the window and we have a good time. i'm a lookout i mean yeah i know. what i'll be having but i'm glad but think about it when we first come together i will see. that. albert nobbs never
have to hunt for one part. of the outfit he really good out there you know why one hour they have. never been in too far. nevertheless having taken a. year to stay thirteen years before they realize that you will say listen you think you're going to kill you all in a day had passed three different times. i remember when i got out at that prison it took me i could've walked out of the court room i do want to go. after eleven years i said go back up to the city i couldn't believe i have to be here and. i have a feeling i can get from on it definitely will eventually but i'll probably have to spend the rest of my life in prison because of where this correspondent just. executed that person if i had to type a coup or how i was going to be treated be treated in the view i'm going to go for
i don't make him kill. you or take you seriously. he made wonderful friends and and actually did did well for several years and then. he suffered from from post-traumatic stress disorder. really seriously dead and he just started have and he started having problems again and then he started on the air and he came here he drank it. one time he
was here and first thing you do is get a beer when he got up in the morning and i said greg you know it seems to me that you have. you're never completely sober. and he said that's exactly the way i wanted to be. a lot of people when they leave prison they think they're free they're done they don't know something horrible followed them off of death row not supposed to manage stress disorder they don't know what it is they've heard the term they i don't have that i'm fine i don't feel anything they don't understand all the symptoms at durham they don't understand that they're having nightmares that they're having flashbacks and standing anxiety attacks the depression is the worst depression is yours that's what basically what drives people to drugs and alcohol one thing and early on he said after he was down there he said now. i want
speaker in our nation i often tease great after hearing him speak. as a great one of the greatest speaker now it is a shame you are the best you look at me to judge you not so bad to self. only greg you respond like. in the last. i would like to say. to you all if by some one told you the circumstances if you all of feeling sorry for people like me and greg and heart. go. somewhere i read the most happy is a peoples don't necessarily have the best of things they just make the best of what comes their way happiness comes to go from struggle though can fight the shooter to those who have served the most brightest future what i will be
or are the you know white but we human beings we black people born in america and we must oppose this and fight that. this is not about that and right is not about food where note is about is about the world. we make america a better place we go make the world a better path. to know. in slave abuse and longing for. the plight of too many of these good after a lifetime of service a remarkable young woman breaks free. to lead the abolitionist movement of
electrifying force was. driven by her vivid recollections of subjugation. my memory is my power a witness documentary this time on a jersey it out. by the skyline of an asian harbor or off the coast of the italian riviera. hello it's still raining in the far south of brazil particularly in the border area with tina and paraguay and to the south of that a streak of cloud once again is coming through chile about santiago level producing stuff in the andes and rain in the argentine pompous but that law in this also
follows it to the libya and beyond possibly to ecuador will carry on for the next day or so the heaviest rain is like to be down here in southern brazil but useful stuff will fall out maybe in the past and certainly for the north north of the constant and we've had for the last couple of days a stream of cloud in the wind but across the bahamas and cuba towards mexico is where mecca mexico is reporting the heaviest rain here hundred fifteen sixteen to be some twenty four hours that is flash flood territory and it could be repeated the next day or so. most likely on friday as more of a break in the clouds and the rain but it still covers florida in fact coast more of florida certain the bahamas are involved and in cuba in the west getting her valor could be wet and in the east and that line then also shows you the potential for showers in jamaica if you've been waiting and that line also extends down towards central america probably nicaragua. the weather sponsored by
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