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hello i'm daryn jordan in doha with a quick reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera there's growing on certainty in zimbabwe where explosions have been heard in the capital harare and soldiers have taken over the headquarters of the state broadcaster be seen but the army says it's not a militia take over several images have been posted on social media showing unusual military activity inside the capital tensions been rising since the head of the army size the purge of the president's ruling party zanu p.f. responded by accusing general constantine of treasonable conduct statements been read by a military spokesman on zimbabwe as a b c we wish to assure the nation that he is excellent president of the republic of zimbabwe and commander in chief of these and i would defend forces. and his family. and sound and the security.
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we are only dead including those around him who are committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice rescue work continues in iran and iraq with more than four hundred thirty people killed in sunday's powerful earthquake along the border most of the casualties are in iran and the number of dads expected to rise the seven point three magnitude quake in just almost eight thousand people and left tens of thousands homeless the u.s. attorney general has denied he misled congress and in his october testimony in a probe of donald trump's campaign contacts with russia jeff sessions told a congressional committee on tuesday that he simply forgot about a meeting or a former trump advisor boasted of ties with moscow australians have voted in favor of changing the law to allow same sex marriage initial results found more than sixty two percent supported the measure of the australian people have spoken in
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their millions and i have voted overwhelmingly yes for marriage equality they voted yes with fairness they voted yes for commitment they voted yes for love and now it is up to us here in the parliament of a stray leah to get on with that they get on with the job the astray and people of task just to do and get this done this year u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson zam his way to me and mother talks dang sang suchi the two men early on the sidelines of the apec summit ranger refugees accuse me in massacure forces of massacres rape and torture in villages lebanon's absent prime minister has tweeted he will return home from saudi arabia saad hariri also called for calm he says his family will stay in riyadh earlier hariri met the head of lebanon's maronite church patriarch bashar rise the first lebanese official to
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visit the kingdom since hariri shocked resignation more than a week ago. lebanon's foreign minister says the only way for hariri to prove he's not being held against his will is to return home he says if saudi arabia has an issue with iran it shouldn't punish lebanon if there are any problems they can be it is solved if they have problems with iran let them have these problem solved with iran iran is not lebanon lebanon is not syria lebanon is not iran we have an independent foreign policy where the end terrorist of lebanon comes first yemeni officials accuse the saudi led coalition of bombing the airport in the capital sana'a iraq conflicting reports about the extent of the damage to control the airport say the runway and ground navigation tower were damaged but the u.n. says most of the facilities intact and can receive aid shipments on the environmental group greenpeace is launching
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a legal challenge against norway's own industry has gone to court in the capital aiming to prove that the granting of government licenses to drill for oil in the arctic is unconstitutional greenpeace argues it violates norway's constitution because the government signed up to the paris accord but those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after the guantanamo twenty. good afternoon. the.
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the campaign against terrorism continues. our. military objectives 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 in the summer in the summer in chicago. the to. the fire.
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shouted to the sun. pugs that autumn is thought of but then i'm going to give it to us have said live on man we both of. you know one sunday best one to love all men are you can you get a new committee if it was that the sub gone and i asked him i'll do the hide you have of.
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me just in front of the moat. pac sun you can tell me i'm going to get but. i suspect you get.
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to know how. all up you know what to do i'm also what's on all of the rooms in. your time as well on the business outlook someday museum's new dyson johnny i'm going to but i don't. i'm still i'm sure a busy bee so long look at the blue to be so and i often. thought was yeah i'm not a jet then clause on jim show. that i thought of an image at all it's a shame that she actually used to deliver them. to betterment of still say at this convention to get well just bought a number i should that patients with such in the medical a fella push well money didn't get it was she doesn't tempt us.
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forward. and yet as sort of a young days you're an appalling bottom up and a view you had you're not actually of the studies that you show and wish will get on well you know we are born from the cultic level then muslims d.f. was a boy there now so she's alone there and the law with all its done in a year and i mean i don't want a young law because law. pressure and ignorant talk without going up your. i learned that wasn't going to fall the last i saw news about the show and. so it was at that ansel hawking angle shot shows tending to some of them.
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should have been the commission of either of the going a bit is about a case of the building of a killer. i'm sure if you were a mrs in the political been the kid who initiates help getting in. on the game i'm a woman and there is none of it and i'm stuck listening 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 based on the pressure but that of the below when they can talk sense again all danger interests to both of. us i just talk of the nation can i stumble that. they shove them in our side at this and the shallow end of the mist and that in the process but we're not on the patients of technique then yet they just don't.
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put back in the commercial. chain we just have skated with it. that it came. from one of president of the neocons at the most i cannot be a muse and be a folks live in the subscript. a place where septa yashin has said sure for them when i only let. them be on a bushel they're shown. up as a photo op. and took some of the commission along with my work in the cinema. my bad but i was tossing six cents and then six in django unchained guy i wanted to someone i was thinking caution.
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should be getting bothered them i'm sure the name of the use of art really is their own stand. which to reckon your list from the mission
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to the love of the letter you wouldn't really get that was being the option. good wish him isn't a negative send him into. tried to be either of those of all the. the population each sick she minutes can read about suffer through to question well the last was in a telephone way still over but the sub decision of the title going to shake up those who were in use for can. buzz if she is human nature by the way can associate the issue or push for if they don't come. through she said to them is a mere wish to them it was. just. me or alicia the feel to them. that the lip set foot on the new unit by the way to begin in the bears they gave up on
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the beach at their little kitchen it's showed them in the clear love name in the car on the way again the war and some colombo in the can. from the low call of a lover sure collision course now you get a ticket. for us as well as your money and then because it's still a machine has been. tumble o.m.m. is the. also heard of those but the chain to get funding but to do that we have a lot was shot at the beginning billet plus put
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a severe tip on that. they could put up my shed that should come on the game that i shouldn't smoke show you know would that have never ever met how did you know that one name is but it was shot i meant on the show that we would love it couldn't they miss. madam isn't one thing the. other for them on my own i'm going to change them. i'm still on a jumble of. and yeah yeah get your conditioning. i don't recall if you should be an actual and i saw him as he is a lobby at issue and i was always up on the three offices you know 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 much like. to see the current in the fit to suborn the can close call them better than. that of the some of them. because i'm a bit of if you look the fact that it's been at the. top of my you could play god
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to develop it again or teach of the normal was known as was possible do you know what that when the caught up to him that of choice of the. law in their us me the best king or the could get a minute you could have will but surely can be sure there will be a blow with all the other than you can. pull out of the vote of the other for the us could. get their wish it to get in the. show clark on the cameras moment often it's a good decision regarding although they should be they should. use their plights voice first minute 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
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hippiedom bishop in the car only a pocket. but just to let you know that. the. at the moment i should not look to the. national war college when i will monologue on bondage norms you have to if you can even i'm with you. that it is big business and to look at home. on and wanting to kill one so much from all that but it is because you can pull it off.
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and got to see it and you'll not just a muscular butt but. to look at aging vs. losing it if you don't go. let.
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me. alone again the moment in auckland oh. sure to be shared with me out of london sure i'm going to get on these and keep them on my position as today. and the men couldn't do that yet alone as i live on what alone at the child's the good can of them that i said couldn't. just law to get out and try your new.
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fees and education that i'm the most awesome on exhausting the mondays to tuesday to measure the of an old in the shop and i got involved on the other. side yet only up to that kind of audience good because of its audience if you had not the stuff which the. only thing i should have on the. side on the homicide rate in defeat. and then my but i seldom did one on a committee i didn't know how many on the seat up to the field i'm sure the level of the pond how do you get it.
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you've got a lot of them i'm a lay up by element of the up that was him as has the pm i'm. at the moment i should keep the flood my seal and the yellowing in them women here and to share the case they should collect them but a boy the one that's not with you could step in the middle 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 forming the risk of death. going over and they start over.
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i interviewed i. was sick because they share the columns or say because pakistan was exert himself it. was on business kimmie mobility. that the mission really were. when you get a case from them and kept kind of voice that. we should commit a skillet hotter than water the. miscarried wash on them but of course we should kept them is. going to suit came the moment. part of that was to not bother them term. one of them tomorrow or she got over to me. for the sun up in the sun and the killers on it as you're sure that it was hard to get numbers of them or some of them there just some of them in on them and the
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john there was a washed up. washed up didn't call a ship but only a. quarter of a portion of mush in the turn the other. on the ink in the look they said let alone this was and that to be the clip simply a play pick them up one was a ball of motions. we had been quite hard to get an escalator michael. mashed as doing it and i'm sure the towel to cover the machine must express at. all times this and seeing who commit them was going to arrest me upon a look all that i'm going to give taylor was that well the question was it.
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i'm going to go all expect go of the balance in the cellar. so hard this embargo is kind. of on the. to do that won't can we will miss middle america we're going to act on ourselves if you can hear them. an example of business back sometimes and. i had a partner at a glance for a condo on the.
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left they could be made on yet because it was about. she get good demea up that way to me the most to the middle on the world a walk on the water to get some water the whole lot and then inglesby them there were other the billion million in there for the state for a lot of the there's a bit of memory in there been as a rule of the. finn though on and off for him and begged him to get them a polemic suit of course and me that are so much cologne with you on ships that were there. sure more than i shit to them either you'd pull. a getting in on skid pretty keen between them that had to share that feeling you're assuming that that. meant all medical of this shinin and that at sea island where it could have colored lights from the american on the cement in the middle of the mist in bali on ritalin. i said yes but they can start to. mess with the park or some server shell next to
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a love i shall set up to talk some mounted on cutters a moment remember as you create because in that bullshit i feel. in the midst slim the sh'ma like and dislike you other than bitterness but i'm of that gloomy of the mahogany i'm a lemon which says that all the devils game is eminent 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. it would be handled not as prisoners of wars but as unlawful combatants technically unlawful combatants do not have any rights under the geneva convention we have
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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. and ingenious developments in the battle against illegal deforestation these are basically old cell phones that people sent to us with nothing trees to listen to the forest and you can forget anything look like chainsaws or gunshots and in australia indigenous practices like plywood pine if they recompiled like they're making a fire right about the time that life i get scared to stop yeah innovation and tradition. at this time on. a monday put it well on. us and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for drivers what that's like this one five years on the
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syrians still feel that or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the work. sun blessed beaches breathtaking scenery but there's another reason that draws people to cyprus it's not always easy fix. straight couples to marry in the middle east and that's why the mediterranean island has become an ideal destination for couples and love to have a civil marriage al-jazeera world looks at what happens when romance cuts across religious lines cyprus island of the bit in love at this time on al-jazeera.
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hello i'm jane dowton and other top stories on al-jazeera a spokesman for zimbabwe's army says there is no military takeover explosions have been heard in the capital harare soldiers of taking over the headquarters of the state broadcaster b. c. we wish to assure the nation that user excellence to the president of the republic of zimbabwe and commander in chief of views about what different forces. are and his family. and sound and the security. we are only at the doing criminals are around him. committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice rescuer continues in iran and iraq with more than four hundred thirty people killed in sunday's earthquake along the border most of
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the casualties are in iran and the number of dead is expected to rise the magnitude seven point three quake injured was eight thousand people and left tens of thousands homeless. the u.s. attorney general has denied he misled congress and his october testimony on the probe of donald trump's campaign contacts with russia jeff sessions told a congressional committee on tuesday that he simply forgot about a meeting with former champ advisor boasted of ties with moscow australian's a voted in favor of changing the law to allow same sex marriage more than sixty one percent supported the measure in a non binding survey of prime minister malcolm turnbull hopes the law will be changed by christmas years saviour's daybreak's tennyson is on his way to me and for talks with and son suchi the two made earlier on the sidelines of the apec summit the focus is expected to be on stabilising rakhine state when army crackdown has forced more than six hundred thousand refugees to escape to bangladesh
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lebanon's absent prime minister has tweeted he will return home from saudi arabia in the coming days saad hariri called for calm earlier he'd met the head of lebanon's maronite church patriarch bashara rye is the first lebanese official to visit the kingdom since a reraise resignation more than a week ago those are the headlines the news continues but first it is guantanamo twenty two. the new era in television news. and those insights into to do things in secret that are unless we had actual victims who had survived torture detention and saying this was the cause of my arrest if you would. just stay with us. i got this conviction that everyone has a deep reservoir of time i'm going to have to give them the opportunity to wonderful things start to look at the actual distance there's at least twenty thousand for him to refugees who live here we badly need at this moment leadership
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and so there's an interesting about that has resigned donald trump is going to be the next president retaliation will have to go. back to the family canisters of gas subsidies i believe that best to prevent the media getting anywhere in this good record that. he achieved something that never happened before. 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.
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it would be handled not as pretty miserable wars 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 convention conventions to the extent they are appropriate and. soon after guantanamo open in january of two thousand it was within a matter of a 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 and they 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 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. it should come both stimulus can use it as my engine off that is now. i should go i'm going to almost a agenda. be
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i'd have been as you know on hold in. you had a good lead in the poison hopeless case of oil against them and i'm a lot of them yet not in the know in that ad that i missed as a little under them to sit up on the on that invasion as it often astonishment at the name of islam that is in. the shuffle. made in young but only a lot of bad in general and. daily going to maim and. play at them to give a kidney then. is then put on the kitchen get on. it's.
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because i'm not to many of them i thought on this is that all about their. eyes and you to look stupid enough to. play across them you know get away with that once just get a mess of them trendy action. on the last pad. and that no. state shall live up to them to see them functions again stopped when she got up but 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 was. a major from one of the contractors providing language support for guantanamo and then he asked them have you heard of weekers being caught in afghanistan and brought over twenty one. and they said yes i need to go to transitional sweepers. and i was shocked actually i didn't know what to say. but i decided to go for it i decided to go and he had served my country and the country
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needed my service. because you can then go down the road kill the. shore. on it or. for you to. go up there. but into combat. and there. was a moment. two thousand and two i have been told that that particular airflow. has some warriors psychic a man and all i see is about fifty sixty men in orange jumpsuit they're all look
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the same and i started to just yell and shout said anybody who's awake or i said that in a way their language anybody who's we go here anybody can hear me who's way better than i started to have a. response back from different corners i am weak or i am leaguer 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. the he could be a terrorists because they are here in guantanamo as a terrorist suspects are shown and. on what women are
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some of them to be cuban and dialed up to someone all caught up in their cowboy boots caught up we will. go you have to go under it was not a lot of years sort of my flu this year under chinese who wanted him. to show my proposal. so i asked them as question as. you have allowed them singled out. and. went on the again we're going to september mesilla said. that. there should try. and settle my translation actually first time he really caught the attack. they understood and they felt really bad actually the first thing they said every time one b. explain this to them is really sorry for the victims and which is absolutely wrong
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in islam. it is good to you know if you're going to. get me. thank you to be. 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
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there was an effort by the united states to convince the chinese government not to veto a u.n. security council resolution paving the way for military action in iraq. and what happen 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 to 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 am. we years are viewed as separatist which in the minds of
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the chinese government is equivalent to to a terrorist. clear muscular i'll not understand music when the point i'm started. and i'm. still in chorus my children you know after the president called them. and they. are so high on record and i'm cursed by them i was disappointed actually i was really disappointed in my country 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 sex. abuse and get their own way
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get them all up. into a lower from the minute after the riots but. on the day when the king of. sorcha had conditioned i minister to the us war on the silicone i mean i'm on that machine. but as an economic and military member scramble aren't enough going to do. them land swap in the casket. shelter says. get their share of the. terrorists on the globe and the terrorists from the most vanish from one's own pocket or get them the propaganda because sort of struck on sunday and. was in a self come on their christian. stance well as welcome as the. bottom of the of the memo on the.
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sparrows maybe 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 when. you go after them and the media channel the heart and scream that bad. bit of chicken. egg. all the confidential classified information were turned over to the chinese government. also the interrogator st peter they promise. this is us property it says classified here you are showing those folders and the holding
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the top and saying you see the word classified and all these are classified information which is the us government's property no one will see this no chinese government nobody will see this. in the me that period i mean the smaller some of them and that. in this sick america watching that then gives a number of the. talk they lost and what they own have to get. and there were also questioning me looking at me because all this promises from the interrogators came from my translation you know so i was just translating what team taylor interrogator said but. they are also upset with me as well at all i could she lives near us really get a portable are coming out on the from the runway it was the way i've been getting away from the sun a cli would love. to hear. them as
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a blogger nice all of the arabs know what i wanted outages i'll get you have to let . them get the most of them mr sort of like when us has put them is so good it is that and stuff about paloma torah who can the mystery of a good cause whether the home or mother but of them of them will as habitable measure again bush but they're not sort of. given on the and by. september i believe september october two thousand and two pretty much the u.s. interrogators and us military. concluded that we were not against us.
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by the end 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 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 my share to cut him alone think it should end it now appears again most had to get up there get must mean that they emotionally began because they are sure that it was a campaign that a pagan need not give your love and show that the young boy. you actually. saw me leaving them at that point like leaving my work in the half way not
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being complete it. and i didn't know what's going to happen to them i didn't know when they would be able to go somewhere safe. so it was not an easy decision for me to keep my resignation and then leave it base. hugh. said 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 they won't be as good as the first seven of them and show them them over the comfort look at.
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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 air bases to help with intelligence and logistics to the deployment of combat units.
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the us government took the position between two thousand and two and two thousand and four that the that the detainees as as non 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 and 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 and 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 or what's known as
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a c.s.r. to. so it's just that it was only going to but they also it's good to spot them some policy. in the shooting about it should not have to look at them to get think it. is slow and them should get the press looking at them because. 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 more support and began to put against. things and because of that last part about
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my own. chink in this kind of a hot item on the camp how to ask monica. grouped in this and i should think she's going to enjoy that. part of the sorts of get the . exam is used for them and because of the math of the book or things along. with the center for constitutional rights so we've got these weavers down here 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
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evidence to show that they were enemy combatants my mood. when i ordered wants out i'm up close to zero that it would be difficult and complex. i did not like going to countries and asking them to do something that we as a government were unwilling to do his or the missile system was that was in the nursing him going to. push a little know that step get them true enough. i turned my phone on my neck checked my messages and their last email from state and telling us that the government went to the pellets court house like oh my god. i saw him again. and i said 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
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that your own government for six years has been telling every country in the world are innocent please take on a quest for a better life that ended in incarceration of guantanamo twenty two at this time on al-jazeera. hello the weather looks pretty quiet across the middle east over the next couple of days when starting to a status a little bit of cloud just around afghanistan northern parts of pakistan that will push its way through a little more clout to just easing across northern parts of the region but for many it will be fine dry and sunny beirut twenty three degrees celsius the next couple of days perhaps a little more in the way of cloud just pushing up towards sinai peninsula as we go on through thursday but for most it will stay dry there more cloud that to into kabul temperatures around ten degrees celsius good to warmer across the web in
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peninsular of course and pleasant sunshine now the winds have dropped across so here for example in doha of the next couple of days we're looking at highs around maybe thirty or thirty one degrees and plenty of hazy sunshine and barely a cloud in the sky meanwhile we've seen plenty of cloud across southern parts of africa recently draining out of the tropics eastern parts of south africa the eastern cape seeing some really big downpours over the next few days and temperatures really set to drop as well something of a cold wave coming in just sixteen celsius there in johannesburg as we go on through thursday possibility of a little bit of snow over the high ground further west is a touch warmer i find and sunny. high-pockets it or is it a listen when they're on line we were in hurricane winds for almost like thirty six hours and these are the things that you u.k.
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has to address or if you join us on set i'm a member of the ku klux klan but we struck up a relationship this is a dialogue tweet us with hash tag eight a stream and one of your pitches might make the actual join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera the nature of news as it breaks because you can see there in the distance of shia militia vehicles the you can see on the horizon there the peshmerga telling us are actually tanks with detailed coverage when the mine close in one thousand nine hundred for many people lost their jobs scavenging is us are making money from around the world this is supposed to last for a month but people tell us that it only lasts for eight days if you look around this is the only food available in this household. violence and discrimination are all too familiar to many women in india a reality too often reinforced by bollywood. but its leading star is throwing his
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