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zero is in place we're able to cover this like no other news organization. were able to do it properly. and that is our strength. everything do is being analyzed it's being weighed and it's being measured. and it's not just i phones that i was laughing i mean most not fans of the state at the moment we are in a state of the universe letter where i would start and did something that was backed i would rather take the risks of democracy to the risks of the dictatorship digital dissidents at this time on al-jazeera. one of the prominent of the headlines on al-jazeera a powerful earthquake has killed at least three hundred and sixty one people and
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iran almost four thousand have been entered in a magnitude seven point three quake and struck on the border between iran and iraq or some widespread damage in both countries with tens of thousands forced from their homes and ron khan has been latest from the iraqi capital baghdad. the iranian authorities have deployed emergency response teams to the area in charge of it all is the iranian revolutionary guard corps they've been deployed to cut the head of the. g.c. is there directing operations have also set up field hospitals and a heavy equipment to try and dig people out of the rubble this is one of the most seismically active regions in the world in the iranians have experience with dealing with such things are also dealing with the local aid agencies there including the international red crescent here in baghdad there is some slight panic from people there was a lot of panic on sunday night when the earthquake actually hit i was in my hotel
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room and the building swayed from left to right now for the first few seconds i like many other people feel that this was an explosion that had gone off however as it went on and it went on for about a minute realized it was an earthquake i went down i spoke to people cause we're coming to a standstill on the road people calling up their loved ones on the phone a real sense of panic baghdad has never seen anything like this before and this earthquake was felt all the way here but plus it was felt in anbar province and in other regions so the iraqis very definitely concerned about what might happen next that concern has been noted by the iraqi prime minister by the other body he shewed a statement also late on sunday night saying he was speaking to all the relevant authorities that he had everything under control and that there weren't going to be or he said at least there wouldn't be any more. after shocks that would affect the major city. in iraq where it really affected was in the kurdish region now that's going to be an issue that's some of the most remote regions there so the
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assessments are still being done what we're hearing is at least seven people have died around our bill and that we're seeing that we're hearing that at least three hundred people have also been injured saudi arabia's mission to the u.n. has announced the saudi led coalition will begin reopening some airports and seaports in yemen access to the ports of aden and will be reinstated over the next twenty four hours so they had placed a blockade on yemen after what the rebels fired a missile towards riyadh a week ago. u.s. president donald trump spro provoking anger in the philippines where he's meeting asian leaders protesters at the summit in manila say the u.s. president's aggressive rhetoric and fostering. regional tensions but away from the protests trauma discussed north korea and trade with other leaders including philippine president revealed repaired to the threat of a spokesman says the police killing of thousands of suspected drug users was not
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discussed south korea's military says north korean troops have shot and injured a fellow soldier as he attempted to defect to the south that happened near the border village of upon when he's been taken to hospital lebanon's prime minister saad hariri is denying claims he's being detained in saudi arabia and his first public comments since announcing his resignation last week how did he said he was free to leave and plan to return to lebanon in a matter of days. amnesty international says the syrian government's use of surrender or stop methods against civilians constitutes a crime against humanity a new report says the government forces of densely populated areas given residents an ultimatum to abandon their homes or die. has replaced the general in charge of operations in iraq and state where more than six hundred thousand two hundred refugees have fled from. a senior u.n. official is accusing her of systematically gang raping and torturing the henge
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a woman using rape as a weapon of war she says she'll raise the issue of the mistreatment of her head at the international criminal court. those are the headlines on al-jazeera do stay with us as the guantanamo of twenty two is coming up next thank you for watching. good afternoon. the campaign against terrorism continues. our. military objectives
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remain the destruction of the qaeda network. the taliban leadership. and the end of afghanistan as a place where terrorists are harbored. we have large rewards how. are you getting the word out about the word morning we have leaflets that are dropping. like snowflakes that you can sleep in the summer in chicago. the to. the fire.
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to know. all up you know what to do i'm also what's on all of them isn't. your time as well on the position book someday museums know johnny i'm not going to but i don't. i'm still i'm sure busy busy long look at the polluted this on my off. thought was yeah i'm not a jet can all on joe show say you should have gotten him a call it's a shame that she actually used to deliver them. to him but i want us to say if this can basically get well just boil in the my should that patients with such an adequate color push well money didn't want to she doesn't tempt us.
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forewarned. and yet this order does show you an appalling bottom up and a view your idea not actually of the studies that you show and which will get on well you know we are born from the cultic level and muslims d.f. was a boy there now so she's alone there and the. done there again yeah and i mean i don't want a young law because law. pressure and ignorant talk about turn up your. i learned that wasn't going to solve the last ice that news about the show and. so it was at that unsettled whole copy angle shot shows tending to some of the.
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shit in the commission of either of the going to bridge by the case of the bill that would kill them. i'm sure if you were a mrs in the political pin the kid will win this does help with getting in. on the game i'm a woman and there is none of it in them stuck listen to most of my life shouted kept busy question which allowed me to put a get up as a mom and in the current political game sure yes i will and slam the pressure but that of the below when they can process again all data interests of the. us i just talk of the nation can i stumble that. they shove them in our sights at this and the shallow end of the mist and that the part of this couple in the in that fashion the tech but then yet they just don't.
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put back in the commercial. chain we just have screwed up. but it came. from one of president clinton's at the most i kind of like a normal family needs to be a live in and subscribe. to the place where septa yashin has said sure or that i'm going to buy on the east indies can be on a bushel there shone a. sadistic up as a photo op. and took some of the commission along with my work most of them were better and i'm bad but i was tossing six cents and then six in django unchained guy i wanted to sundin i was thinking caution.
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should pages about getting bothered them i'm sure the name of the use of art really is their own stand. which direction you are this commission which the love of the letter isn't really that was reading the
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alteration. good wish him isn't a negative some dimity. tried to be either of those of all the. of the population which sick she minutes can we've all suffered through to question well the last was in a telephone way still over but the sub decision of the title going to shake up others who were in use for going. buzz of she's human nature well though it can associate the issue orders from if they don't come. through she said to them as a mere wish to them it was. just. me or a list of the few to them. they set foot on the new unit i know it to begin in the bears they gave. in to be had there live we keep them
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well and include our love name in the car on the way again the war on some colombo in the can. call of a lover sure collision course now you get a ticket. for us as well as your money for the mission has been. tumble o.m.m. is the all of. them to us but they can get under but to do that we've got a lot was shouted begun. plus put a says be a tip on that and they could put up my share that should come on
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a game that i shouldn't smoke show you know would that have been there from it how did you know that one name was but it was shut i met on the through that we would love it and then miss. went on madam isn't one thing the. other for them i don't i'm going to change them . i'm sure on a jumble of. and you get your conditioning. i don't know if you know show me an actual and i saw messiness wubi adventure and i was always up on the three offices you no doubt you sent that little office will get.
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on my orders the united states military has begun strikes against al qaeda terrorist training camps and military installations of the taliban regime and afghanistan. when they get a moment of them but not. using the current even the fit to suborn the can flow i call them better than. that of among them the. resentment they the. fact that it's been. a little cup oh my you play got to develop it again or teach of the jungle and then i was known as was possible do you know what that window
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caught up to him and that of choice of the. ball in the address me the meskin or the could get i mean it you could have all but surely can be sure that it would block with all the other than you can. pull out of the voter by the end of the list could it. get that what it was you get in the. should clark only kim's moment often it's a good decision regarding although they should be they should. use their parts by spokesmen that up to date in the can. get the more nimble the creep to them when they were put at but then the in their ship split in their polygamist hippiedom bishop in the cult only a puppet. but just to let you know that the. at
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the moment steve. moore called and i will monologue on will dish on him as you have to if you can even i'm with him. that it is big business and to look so i don't. want and one thing can kill one so much from all that but it was vacationing gentle it up. and back but she had a mule not just
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and again the moment the monkland all. sure of them shared me out of london sure america on these and you know my position is today. and the men couldn't do that as a limit on what alone and at the trial that was the good can of them that i said couldn't. just a lot of you cannot enjoy your new. fees
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and education to come to my sort of salon on an exhausting them all these duties need to be as the of an autumn the shipment of them haven't yet and. yet all you have to find out i think it's good because it's all to see if you had enough of the stuff that's the. only thing that i should have on the. side on the homicide rate in death. the employer but i seldom do one on a committee i do not owe money on the seat up to the field i'm sure the lobby the pond how do you get a. lot
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of them i'm a lay up by element of the up i was homeless is that pm i'm. at the moment i should keep the flood my seal and the yellowing in them where my t.l. and to share the kitchen pipes that they should collect them but a boy and that's not where you could step in the meat on this thing jim b.m.a. me he shouted wish a lot of the state gold coast claim which parks don't you tell me they mean to. remember his name for me. to death. going over and i thought of what i thought of.
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way to me the most of the middle on the walk on the water to get smaller the lot and then inglesby them there were other the billy madigan in there for the step for what of the bears a bit of memory and of them as a rule of the. fin the one of them and back to get them may pull them back suited cause of me that are so much cologne with you on jumps that were the. sure more than i shit to them whether you'd pull. a getting an unskilled christian teaching them that or to share the feeling here are some that have. meant all medical of this shinin that i am aware of and could have follow what's going on with going on the cement in the middle of a missing body armor killer. i said yes by the can so much as a master at the park or some several shelters for love i shall set up two dogs some
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mounted on cutters a moment members to create because i'm a bull shit i feel. like and dislike you other than bitterness but i'm up plenty of them hurt them a lemon which says that but it happens gives them and in a fit of. the number of al qaeda and taliban detainees transferred to u.s. forces in afghanistan has continued to grow and now stands at four hundred forty five. as the secretary said the first plane with twenty detainees arrived in guantanamo bay cuba we were notified here at approximately thirteen fifty. you know would be handled but i'm not as prisoners of war but as unlawful combatants technically unlawful combatants do not have any rights under the geneva convention we have indicated that we do plan to for the most part. treat them in a manner that is reasonably consistent with the geneva command conventions to the
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almost four thousand have been injured in the magnitude seven point three quake struck on the border between iran and iraq causing widespread damage in both countries with tens of thousands forced from their homes. saudi arabia's mission to the u.n. has announced that the saudi led coalition will begin reopening some airports and seaports and in yemen access to the ports of aden mccollough and more car will be reinstated over the next twenty four hours saudi had placed a blockade on yemen after which the rebels fired a missile towards of riyadh a week ago. u.s. president donald trump's provoking anger in the philippines where he's meeting asian leaders protesters at the are young some of them in the us say the u.s. president's aggressive rhetoric and strewing is stoking regional tensions away from the protests trump discounts to north korea and trade with other leaders including philippine president through the legal the third thing that their spokesman says the police killing of thousands of suspected drug users was not discussed but we've
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had a great relationship this is very successful we have many meetings today with many other leaders. and conflict has been handled beautifully by the president in the philippines and your representatives south korea's military says north korean troops have shot an engine a fellow soldier as he tried to defect to the south it happened near the border village of upon one john the soldier has been taken to hospital. lebanon's prime minister saad hariri is denying claims he's being detained in saudi arabia and his first public comments since announcing his resignation last week deedes said he was free to leave and that he planned to return to lebanon in a matter of days. has replaced the general in charge of operations in iraq and state where more than six hundred thousand one hundred refugees have fled from and to neighboring the base a senior u.n.
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official is accusing yamas troops of systematically gang raping and torturing will hinge a woman using rape as a weapon of war she says she will raise the issue all the mistreatment of her head of the international criminal court right those are the headlines on al-jazeera i'll have the news out for you in just under thirty minutes at the guantanamo twenty two continues for me.
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the number of al qaeda and taliban detainees transferred to u.s. forces in afghanistan has continued to grow and now stands at four hundred and forty five. as the secretary said the first plane with twenty detainees arrived in guantanamo bay cuba we were notified here at approximately thirteen fifty. it would be handled not as prisoners of war but as unlawful combatants technically
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unlawful combatants do not have any rights under the geneva convention we have indicated that we do plan to for the most part. treat them in a manner that is reasonably consistent with the geneva convention conventions to the extent they are appropriate. soon after guantanamo open in january of two thousand it was within a matter of few weeks the center for constitutional rights filed a lawsuit to challenge the idea that the men who were held at guantanamo could be held there without charge or without trial. to represent the men who are out there was very controversial because if you remember these are men that were labeled though the worst of the absolute worst. in the united states government created guantanamo because it was supposed to be
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a place entirely outside the law and the notion that the united states would try to do that was offensive to me and it's offensive to me as as an american it was offensive to me as a lawyer and it was something that i had a professional and ethical obligation to try to do something about. stimulus can use it is but in general often isn't that i want on the law. i should go i'm going to almost a agenda. be
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idempotent is going to and a lot of them will get. you know just get to the place you don't want to use ability at them and amid all of that and you're not in the middle of that a mess there's a lot of this in the pot on this at all and that is that you at the level of the nation as you know the name of islam that is in. it was a shock. made young a lot of that in general and. going to be made men. play at them to give a kidney. has them come the p.s.u. it's gone through. because i'm not to many of them i thought on this is that all about it. doesn't get
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to look stupid enough to. play a. good watch that once just get a mess of them chained in action of. a scab. and . yellow. get. up them to see em functions again soft when she got up i should. have put all of my.
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it was early april two thousand and two my phone rang. and when they answered it it was signed. and major from one of the contractors providing language support for guantanamo and then he asked them have you heard of week there's being caught in afghanistan and brought over twenty one and they said yes. i need to go to transitional sweeteners. and i was shocked actually i didn't know what to say. but i decided to go for it i decided to go and serve my country and the country needed my service. because you can then go down the road kill the
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squash because the. scenario i've got time for you to. go up there. but into combat. and there. was a moment. in june two thousand and two i have been told that that particular air flow. has some more years psych a man and all i see is about fifty sixty men in orange jumpsuit they're all look the same and i started to just yell and shout said anybody who's awake or i said
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that you know either language anybody who's we go here anybody can hear me hos lawyer and i started to have a. response back from different corners i am weak or i am where you go or i am where you go. by the time we had twenty two waiters. when they brought the first week or man for interrogation. i was pretty nervous actually because i did not really know who these people are at that time all i can think is. he could be a terrorists because they are here in guantanamo as a terrorist suspects. in one and the beginning and as for up to. some of them going to be cuban and viable to go. but we
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will have more with all you have to do and it was not a lot of years sort of my flu this year under two hundred didn't. show my composite . so awesomes questionnaires. have a lot of numbers and got out of them as one would say you have a lot of them civil. war going to september messy they said that i was going to be at trial because libya there should try. and settle my translation actually the first time he really got the attack. they understood and they felt really bad actually the first thing they said that we can be explained as to them is you know really sorry for the victims and which is absolutely wrong in his law. to go
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to united and i mean if you've got an american their first legal owner. of the. yeah for. iraq's behavior demonstrate that saddam hussein and his regime have made no effort no effort to disarm as required by the international community in two thousand and two the united states was intent on going to war in iraq and in the run up to that there was an effort by the united states to convince the chinese government not to
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veto a u.n. security council resolution paving the way for military action in iraq or. pull piano. on johnny. cohen t. femia. so this is our only hope issue to most of them and what happened is that as a quid pro quo for the chinese not standing in the way that security council resolution is that. the americans agreed to a two list what's known as the east turkistan islamic movement as a specially designated terrorist group. and to label the leaders in guantanamo as members of that group of what's known as he t i m. we years are viewed as separatist which in the minds of the chinese government is equivalent to to a terrorist. clear
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muscular i'll not understand music and the point themselves. and i'm like you have self-interest make sure that they are after zero at conduct. and they can. record and prescribe that i was disappointed actually i was really disappointed in my country the us government how they allowed the chinese government to do what ever they want in the prison camp which was located in the us military base the six. day on may get them all up. into a lower three minutes after the riots but. on
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the day when the king of. sorcha airconditioned i miss her did i swap monosyllabic on a minimal damage muslin again but as an economic and military member scramble out i'm just not. going to do. them land swap in the casket. shelter says. get their share of those then the you have the. terrorists on the globe and the materials from the most finished and. get them the program going the first sort of struck on syria and. is in a self campbell their christian. stance well put them as open and welcome as the. bottom of the of the more the more.
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of those may but i assume that none of the foreign delegation when they came they were allowed to come in with a camera and take pictures of their citizens but the chinese government was allowed to. tell basically they had the red carpet treatment when they were in guantanamo and. go after them and the media one or the heart didn't scream that bad. did it feel. good gk good. all the confidential classified information were turned over to the chinese government. also the interrogators repeatedly promise. this is us property it says classified here you are showing those folders and the holding the top and saying did you see the word classified and all these are
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classified information which is the us government's property no one will see this no chinese government nobody will see this. i mean that period i'm in the small hours i'm in the late i'm in that bedroom and there's a good watching that then that gives a number of my beat up to talk their lives on what they own up to get. and they were also questioning me looking at me because all this promises from the interrogators came from my translation you know yes translating what team to interrogators said but. they are also upset with me as well at all like if she lives near. us really get a portable are coming up on the from go along the way i've been getting away from that we have sonically with all of our. committee get them all of them as a blogger nice olympiads and i don't know that it was all good you have to let.
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them jim bishop the most of them mr sort of like when us has a point but i must say that is that i'm a loner torah become the mistake of fatherhood because what are the more money but at the minimal as habitable measures against bush that they're not sort of. given on them and the by. september i believe september october two thousand and two pretty much the u.s. interrogators and u.s. military. concluded that we were not against us.
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and of two thousand and two i realized that my mission became. an important because. the interrogators were losing interest in the meeting this week there's a site went to the chief of staff of the joint task force colonel cummings and i just went to his office one morning and i came to him and i said. ok i am going to resign from this mission. from our shared experimental learning. well it does get us had to get up there get must mean that being emotional and being a president sure that was a campaign that a pagan need but i'm going to give you a lot on the board joy. you actually. saw me leaving them at that point like leaving my work in the half way and not being complete it. and i didn't know what's going to happen to them i didn't know when they would
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be able to go somewhere safe. so it was not an easy decision for me to keep my resignation and leave it base for humor . but i was just of the book but if you look at the in the can by sort of the sort of stuff. that i'm going to see as this table is going to call does the seven of them show them the way or the comfort of.
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my fellow citizens at this hour american and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm iraq to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger. more than thirty five countries are giving crucial support from the use of naval and air bases to help with intelligence and logistics to the deployment of combat units. the u.s. government took the position between two. thousand and two two thousand and four
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that the that the detainees as as nine u.s. citizens held outside of the united states that they had no right to go to a federal court and challenge their detention. but then the supreme court said that yes in fact these men have the right to challenge their detention. shortly after the supreme court of his decision the u.s. military set up what were called combatant status review tribunals and these were administrative panels that were designed to determine whether someone was or was not in fact a so-called enemy combatant. and i say so-called enemy combatant because enemy combatant is not a recognized status under international law it's never been this is a status that was created by the united states military so each detainee at guantanamo went before a combatant status review tribunals and what's known as the c.s.r.
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to. so it's just that it was only going to but they are such good says buy them some policy. and that she can buy that she will not have to look at them to get think it. was an acknowledgment to want to discuss a launch aslund them should get the press looking at them because. they're smoking that. they were given a summary of accusations against them but they had no ability to present their own evidence they had no ability to question the government's evidence they had no lawyer present even if they had a lawyer that lawyer wasn't allowed to participate. and shown and more support and began to put against. things and call that last part about my own. chink in this kind of a hostile look i'm on the camp the task i'm on get.
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ripped in this and i should think you can do the job that. sort of the sorts a llama get the. exam is used for them and because of the mark of the book with names with them. with the center for constitutional rights so you've got these weavers down there worried about we also why don't we do what is that i ask quite plainly is who are these people and to be combatants and they hesitated said no we have no evidence to show that they were enemy combatants and i knew. when i ordered wants
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out i'm up close to zero but it would be difficult and complex. i did not like going to countries and asking you to do something that we as a government were unwilling to do these are the misunderstood mr isms know nothing in the being going to. push a little no that struck at them true enough watching them. i turn my phone i neg check my messages and their last email from same and telling us that the government went to a pellet scored house like oh my god. thank you mr i make it. last yes i am a victim of manipulation between politicians held in guantanamo are a number of al qaeda and taliban detainees transferred to u.s. forces in afghanistan has continued to grow for years without trial do you know that your own government for six years has been telling every country in the world
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are innocent please take on a quest for a better life that ended in incarceration the guantanamo twenty two at this time on al jazeera. through tranquil raveena can you. can. and if any should go into. how i got some lovely weather across the river plate's out to take a looking fine and dry as is the case to at the uruguay southeast of brazil along with pyro quite big area shout was over into central pa so brazil is pushing in into the amazon extending all the way across into ecuador perry went
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a little further north was the flat salvador saying some wet weather rio looking fine and dry that happens here at around twenty seven is a couple of degrees higher than that for one of sarasate with the next couple days no changes you can see eastern piles of brazil still seeing some showers and they continue to stretch their way across the other side of the amazon further north big down poles have continued to play a good possible the northern sections of south america panama still seeing some pretty wet weather and also into a columbia still seeing some very wet weather just streaming in harris well in fact one hundred three millimeters of rain just to the southeast of bogota in the space of twenty four hours showers they continue across central parts of the caribbean as well eastern as you can see the blue skies high and dry maybe wanted to we call them but the really heavy rain will continue across the great toronto they say haiti could see some very wet weather jamaica seventy in the firing line along with cuba and some of those heavy showers continuing to push the way right across to central america. the weather sponsored by qatar and race.
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is hosting the international primary health care conference two thousand and seventeen under the title healthier communities brighter future from the seventeenth through the nineteenth of november two thousand and seventeen primary health care corporation the first step to your family's health. facing realities the president said that there would be a complete audit a hundred percent audit that audit hasn't happened getting to the heart of the matter so are you saying then that the future of the g.c.c. will be in doubt. here the story. on talk to al-jazeera at this time. responding six continents across the globe. al-jazeera is correspondents live in bringing the stories they tell have. done
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