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tv   The Guantanamo 22 2015 Ep 2  Al Jazeera  November 19, 2017 11:00pm-12:00am +03

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up his power and so i'm certain that he was widely expected to announce his resignation in a televised address magali has defied expectations by pledging to reside over a zollo payoff congress next month instead. few weeks from now. preside over it. which must not be prepared to. act. to undermine it or to compromise is the outcome in the eyes of the public. this update from her our. surprise and disbelief after saturday's march where hundreds of thousands of people on the streets calling for president mugabe to go he has said he's not resigning any plans
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to be at the party conference or congress in december people are now asking what next they know that there's an a.p. of central committee have given the president up to day on monday to resign if he doesn't they're going to go to parliament and impeach him so there is a standoff at the moment also people watching the reaction of the army we know that they're not happy with that we know that they also wanted to go would they continue to be patient and also of uncertainty in the main thing now is that plays a macgyver has refused to step down and people are wondering what's going to happen later on in the next coming hours the next coming days when the leader of zimbabwe's war veterans insists plans to impeach president robert mugabe will go ahead chris much fun while who has been leading a campaign to oust mcgarvie has called for people to persist in the capital harare on wednesday. among the people and to drive
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a wedge between ourselves and our people. al-jazeera senior political analyst small and bashar a house more details. the arab foreign ministers have condemned iran violations and interference in affairs they did refer to hezbollah of lebanon as a terrorist organization there will be. conducting certain. talks in new york through the arab league delayed it get delegations however in the words of the secretary general of the arab league there will not yet go to the security council or with their condemnation against iran trying to get something out of the united nations against iran so all in all when the secretary general of the arab league was asked what does this really mean in actionable terms he said this is going to be a long process this is not something that will lead to some sort
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of a military confrontation with iran it's simply diplomacy and that they hope that this will garner more support internationally going forward bangladesh says it's thing a setting with mamet's arrange for the repacholi asian and french are refugees who fled a recent crackdown in auslan was made a number of foreign ministers from europe and asia visited the refugee camps in cox's bazar on the bangladeshi side of the border more than six hundred thousand have fled northern man since august those are the headlines the guantanamo twenty two is next on al-jazeera.
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believe. the campaign against terrorism continue. our media military objectives remain the destruction of the qaeda network. the taliban leadership. and the end of afghanistan as a place where terrorists are harbored. and i would follow soon. chatted to the sunday school but isn't there. some part of the starter for this i'm going to give a tourist of said love and meant we work. no one is the best one to love home and if you can be good you can move the it was that the assault on smith and ask him to hold the hut for me to spend in the hotel. tax on the game to mean i'm going to suspend again. meant unusual. for a number of al qaeda and taliban detainees transferred to u.s.
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forces in afghanistan has continued to grow the first plane with the funny thing he's arriving guantanamo bay cuba we were notified here at approximately thirteen fifty he asked have you heard of leaders being caught in afghanistan and private home that. should have been showing up to the. marines pull a bottle of gin and the can you start to mention the other day that was in the i am going to give us kind of numb stuff music and the point is to ask i don't. mind them looking like you have said i'm going to mention the comics really disappointed in my country u.s. government how they allow the chinese government to do what they want in the prison camp.
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that is live on them sort of thing couldn't. the billion in the bush needed then next goes up and encourage them to do this they get other mezzo messiah them to cut his pay and. this is a copy of the request for legal assistance that we got this had been sent down via another lawyer from the prison and it contained our first two clients including one who bought her an aa dell. trial lawyer in the bankruptcy area of so if you have a large bankruptcy case like enron or something lehman brothers. we often have clients who have big positions in those companies. may have been the first
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month of two thousand and five i went to a seminar locally about guantanamo. and basically all of these people were saying that we are in obvious and facial disregard of the geneva conventions at this camp that we're running on time and i felt really. so i thought our offer should get involved. in just that and the center for constitutional rights said we've got these weavers down there worried about we all said why don't we go what is that. so there that was when it winter of two thousand and five we began to learn about xinjiang and we are culture how this all happened. stimulation base near one basin you can. chop it i said and it's going to sort of
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to them by the. look on the gene that i can and they just want to begin to push on the coasts and i'm going to us that spent them then put in this have it on the mirrors here when you can see it's there they've caught them with a mag who's in the mess and if there was that was in the not so you can build it up being going to push out of the question look i'm not that stood up at them and trend up push a little and i moved off the step but i'm in that height can go up the communist regime it in the size of the millennia pick at best buy like that. the minimum. bet and scope that emblem of the symbol say it was a good one cornish well on the way that.
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i remember walking into a heightened camp echo for the first time to me i'm barker was the first client we met. and thinking whom i going to meet am i going to meet some terrible terrorist i don't know i don't have any records on him but he documents i never talk to a. business i see. him again. curse go off them is the. time of the gift for them is there's a gift i'm saying about it because it is the issue it i walked into this cell and there's this little guy who's sitting behind the table chain leg chained to the floor and he's got these kind of get mogul asses you know which were these goggles that they issued and little sort of prophecy oriel owlish looking fellow and i walked in and i think i said mooses which i understood to be hi how are you didn't
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we hear the i'm in the nimish get down to the man on the can tell them they sent my son the good fight is still a big. mess doesn't that you and the care say men cannot win also but look has hope that it kind of the good not so then shame that all those at them are though they have suffered on the ship alone which is a kind of innocent that we know that the local church has the ability to put some of has caused him this him. the. they had a paper that said they were innocent and weren't allowed to bring me the paper but they had it in this once we had the unique circumstance of. the defense department themselves without a lawyer intervening have cleared this guy and said he's not an enemy combatant and then sent him back to the same prison he came out of that was interesting right as
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a press story. and from the press went instantly to the court. and the judge was very interested in this way that a lot of these guys have been cleared and they're still there you've got some splendid to do he says to the government and so we had a series of hearing hearings all through the fall but his decision was to dismiss our petition it was just before christmas of two thousand and five because he said there was no relief he could get the only place these people could be for ordered released was the u.s. because he couldn't order some other country to take them. and he didn't think he had the power over the government's objection to cause them to be brought up so since i have a case in which i can give no relief i dismissed the case is what he said and then we appeal that's.
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the. case and then i'm betting you can. ask all the good keep it if you get in the can they can hold on the most that at. the end again with the ball by the commission it is close where the coolness think of the hook on this and what i'm saying well in the name of my absent number and the department of justice calls me up when he says i mean we're moving to dismiss your appeal i said really odd cases they're not there so they're not there when they go and he says albania and i said no bob where they go really and he says albania. she kept thinking that well done if you give me that look. at that. plus put sherman as an adult but again we were challenging judge roberts its decision and
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the governor was still worried that the courts might not be happy with the notion that there's a he has corpus writ but nobody can give it any relief. and show that's what led them to move that case by moving these guys to albania was the only place in europe where people would cheer for george bush when he visited. london in the missoula it's fun they can share the ball us one of them that can get in the middle don't know any of us than. nice of him is he and that sort of stuff. is awesome it was there that he did them that although i don't the book voice of the isms meant to set them invest money more than the museum to get at the. cape in his heart or guinness had thought of that in
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a kid's net or accent or thought of the. position he goes folks like and they are pulling in the simple shape of polluting then all of the national association lips allotment bad short those combine. resumes the for them is even going to have embedded in the code.
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are buying a home in that year or two years old or older and not. sure i'm not mean or sure. which. what do you call wishfully those who don't will for you to divorce at the party but your image of the days. when we get our welcome back to you for a younger which also your too may work you are one your. younger self so bob woodward. and one of the things that we had been sort of schooled by the old hands was never use the governments interrogate interpreters because their clients would trust them. good guys and good mostly good were shot to get were short so they were the exception to the rule. i just called her up and she said something like i wondered when you were finally going to call it was really mixed feelings actually i was excited after three years i missed them i wanted to go and see them
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how they are doing but at the same time i was hesitated because i remember what happened well what the u.s. military and u.s. government said to them straight years before that and it's difficult for me to look at them and to say i'm sorry. it wasn't until august of two thousand and six that i finally met calio for the first time. he had this. is here shorted out in this or afro or member and he was very gentle and mannered and very bright and they can run into him the kind of stuff. other cotton swabs i've had in his observation says. there had been suicides acute know that some are a suicide and following the suicide. they had stripped
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the cells of a lot of the so-called comfort items including his bed sheet he did ask they took my blanket l.a. do you know why you think this has anything to do raise my case being in the court he wanted to. you know think about what could be the consequences of proceeding with this lawsuit he kept asking the time how much time do we have and then is the calmest more time that we have left. ok what time is it how many more minutes that we have left so i kept telling him like we have two hours we have fifteen minutes left we have ten minutes left in the members america. so. as i sit. there and of. iran that she had him and he starts speaking rapidly and we are at our watch were
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shot in her face stressful advice what would she say she says tell you outside if you talk to me and i didn't know what to say so i didn't say anything i didn't want that to be on the record because i i couldn't understand what just happened at the gars guards yelling at me absolutely you know to get this meeting give me ten more minutes what's going on to know you're out of time you got to get out of there and she's you know just gone for you to. actually file a standing in the gravel asked her what just happened that she said he said drop the suit. he said you must you need to show us make it very clearly you have dropped the suit because the lawsuit is worth my badge. and i remember thinking wow i mean that's sort of our feel this great lawsuit that we have isn't worth that you.
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and i remember going to ethics professors say what do i do in this situation and lots of other people were giving advice that you know the guy's judgment is impaired by the situation easy and i wasn't sure what to do so when we filed our next thing leigh we left his name off it had to had to miss him so that the cancer storage their mess and their. talk on their production lands now. they can aspire to that and six and they are going to have and i think in the cinema or yeah yeah i mean i remember a stance that was that i'm there hoskins artists on earth and kind of from the cylinder.
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sometime in late two thousand and six simply because they had built it and had to fill fill the beds they started sending our clients to camps x. . them to work going on want to get. to. term then on but it sure sure when. it was described accurately by one of our clients as the dungeon above the ground because the second you can get in that place you felt closed in the last concrete was all around it's up to the design and if they are. covered in that's covered it up with a plate of comparable let me to meet them and. that
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can i your uncle mame is lifestyle you get him. or so. much to do but assad can goodish terms of general of his it can tell him is that what i kissed in death for the one hour which they called without any sense of the kind of black humor that they called recta. you would be taken to the wreckage area case so the rectory was a kind of a chimney within there within this facility three storeys high with with a mesh top wire mesh and if you were lucky if you really really lucky you might see this some direct time it would have to be right over this chimney even for. daytime you could actually see this and there wasn't a thing that hit us as how powerfully men missed something they would talk about
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they would count the days i'm seeing the sun for twenty six days so that i did see that the sun twenty seven days. to put on this one is called out the middle where does it stop till he has a bend a bit and then the lightest. i don't have eyes again that nasa officials. will only going to keep an eye on things on the logo and leave in addition to this and then you need all of them to let go. and then as an issue oh yeah i didn't get that. ten minutes no way out the lincoln lawyer to add to my other that's got them look at them oh no stan the mcluhan yeah. isolation is a killer he watched people just shriveling. like
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a plant with no water and. it was so awful in the feeling like we come out of there thinking we've got to do something to do something you know we're going to we're going to file a motion we're going to file another motion and no one's going to care you got to run to the press they won't care you know who i am i went to the captain on the base one time and i just basically bag big. i can't do a thing in court you know that i know that this is right you're in charge this person is right if you meant my going to leave you might just blow your bag basically begging it if you know that you believe he was. and finally cully all got out of camp six for no reason that i've ever understood did they never explain why he got out the other guys did.
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it became clear that these cases were going to be coming to us when i say us i mean not only the federal courts here but my court specifically and i got all of the way to cases so i posed certain questions directly to the government and i ask quite plainly is it on these people and to be combatants and they hesitated said no we have no evidence to show that they were enemy combatants i said well tell me what danger these individuals poles to the united states or its allies and they said we have absolutely no evidence. so i said well ok let me see if i understand the not enemy combatants another threat but they're still in guantanamo and they've been there for quite
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a long time what are you going to do about releasing them. and the position of the government then was that we cannot release these people for a variety of reasons but mainly because we would have to place them in other countries and those arrangements have not been made as well are you saying that you plan on holding these people these waivers indefinitely. it was a hesitation he said yes. to have this situation presented to me where all these admissions were made about the non culpability of these individuals but to tell me in the same breath that these big individuals will be held indefinitely really offended me. so at that point i looked to the government again and they said well you know there's really nothing you can do judge because. it's the prerogative of the of the executive branch
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to decide and i said well i think i would like to have these individuals brought here. the prosecutor on his feet dropped his pencil i think i'm not sure but there was there was dead silence in the room and i don't think they believe their ears i didn't think i was doing anything that sensational i mean they would still be in custody would be brought he says we mean here is him into this courtroom and that's when the governments of we can do that and you can order us to do that as well i just half. my standing outside of the. fence and the leaders on the other side seventeen men lined up in front of me. the district court heard to your case this morning and. delivered his decision. and then i couldn't continue
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my worries less really shaken up and i had tears and i was trying to hold myself not burst into tears and they all were just looking at me and i can hear probably it pin drop at that moment it was so quiet all we can hear is the waves of the ocean in the background. what began as a small extremist group in africa's most populous country we learned that there is a back to from the government to just shoot soon turned into a battle front for the nigerian government how do you know why. the tories for abducting more than two hundred schoolgirls the killing the displacement of thousands of people al-jazeera investigates the origins bloody rise of iraq at this time on al-jazeera. and under ported world on the. us and british companies have
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i'm susan and london with the top stories on al-jazeera has rules about a boy for the thirty seven years and it seems president robert mugabe is reluctant to give up his power any time soon though he was widely expected to announce his resignation in a televised address but gabi has defied expectations by pledging to reside over a zanu p.f. congress next month instead. if you reach for him. preside over if dressers which must not be prepositions by any act calculated to undermine it or to compromise
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is the outcome in the eyes of the public was about ways opposition leader morgan tsvangirai says he's baffled by mcgarvey is decision not to resign while the later is in both ways war veterans insists plans to impeach mcgarvey will go ahead christmas fine while who has been leading a campaign to oust mcgarvey last call for contest in harare on wednesday. an extraordinary meeting of the arab league in cairo has agreed to condemn iran and calling the lebanese group a terrorist organization saudi arabia requested the meeting to discuss alleged violations are committed by iran in the region and it heightens tensions between riyadh and tech run over lebanon and let you talk about last month of course to kind of a swift response reflect the gravity of the situation our countries are facing and the region stability and security is piercing as a result of the ballistic missiles bolli actions of iran and the blunt interference
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in the domestic affairs of our countries with em to destabilize and feel sectarian reps among the people and to drive a wedge between ourselves and our people under that he says it's negotiating with a range for the repatch relation or hinder refugees who fled a recent crackdown they now sent came after a number of foreign ministers from europe and asia visited the refugee camps in cox's bazaar on the bangladeshi side of the border more than six hundred thousand have fled north a mammal since august the e.u. foreign policy chief for the rican mother rini so she wants to support me on mostly on science teaching there's a bad lies guantanamo twenty two continues. we were standing outside of the fans and the leaders on the other side seventeen men lined up in front of me. the district court heard your case this morning
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and died or been delivered his said decision and then i couldn't continue they all were just looking at me and i can hear probably it pin drop at that moment it was so quiet then i continued i said. it clear that you are only guessing and you must release right away. was it as a movie or some i as a learned of a possible. outcome but it was amusing. in the more your larger culture from cold comes up in them called them push. them. i was leaving the next day from the base when i was at the quantum art airport there was a plane there actually waiting to take those guys. but then when
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i landed in fort lauderdale and soon as the plane landed i turned my phone on then there i checked my messages and there was the email from saved and telling us that . the government went to appeal its court and the stop put the stop on the church organized order i just sat there on the plane. ask god. again not this time again. that. can get this nominee going to look at what's going to take is to build up our lives.
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this person executive order that we are side. by is always best to me as president than president by the constitution of the law and united states of america in order to effect the appropriate disposition of individuals tribal leaders saying private apartment steps that walk talk and. that probably follows sessions just old fashioned top of the system of the national security and foreign policy others of the united states this is just for spite or by the. events of. the fosses whereby water title will be closed no later than one year from now.
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as soon as ever obama was elected we were after his transition team trying to get a meeting trying to get a word trying to say and they were alive to get my was sort of issue. and i got meetings with various people and i would say to them look it's very simple if you want to close this prison you've got to do something with the people if you're going to do something with the people are going to have to have a whole lot of countries in the world cooperate and if you want to cooperate you need to play in if we're going to play i've got the guys for. and sure enough in the spring of two thousand and nine and so he's been president for a couple of months we get high level meetings and we cut a deal for the first two weeks. to come to virginia. community unforseen yeah we're so excited about this and the day even rented an apartment for those wafers. and the community was all ready to welcome them and bring them
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to virginia that plan was well underway until the spring of two thousand and nine when word of it leaked out and it leaked out to members of congress specifically to representative frank wolf northern virginia who threw an absolute complete fit and went crazy the chair recognizes the gentleman from virginia mr wolf for five minutes. thank you madam speaker it is my understanding that president obama's decision regarding the release into the us of a number we gear detainees held at guantanamo bay since two thousand and two could be imminent the new york times a.b.c. news and other news outlets every border that the president will soon release these terrorists into united states yet this congress has not been briefed on this decision let me be clear these terrorists would not be held in prisons but they
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would be released in your neighborhoods they should not be released into the united states to members of. it didn't matter how crazy the talk was you could have a senator and then there were senators saying this stuff and you say have you read anything about who these people are do you know that your own government for six years has been telling every country in the world they're innocent and please take them and you're saying these things in common really seriously but you couldn't get through the noise and unfortunately to our great regret and to the great regret of the wiggers president obama abandoned the plan that was the beginning of the end of president obama's going to talk about policy. i started in may and immediately i turned to the european union for european governments to
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negotiate with us arrangements for them to take detainees. i did not like going to countries and asking them to do something that we as a government were unwilling to do and that's not because of the obama administration that was because congress prohibited us. too bad and it made it harder and many countries would say why should we help you do something you won't do and my answer was you're right we should but we can't so the question is will you help close guantanamo even under those less than ideal circumstances or will you not. when are more than a million g.-d. that are sure to mean can we sure don't use order to you or do you for us to be honest with you not part of it clear that our new level are only
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a quick follow. on agenda if and when. i gess on shattering. those attributes not. as simple as a little welcome. journalist goldsman going to go there on the alarm was how does anybody cares who are still there by last night and then allow themselves to get messy again show up again with their guys who have gone there they'll make a list and to get medical blood this has been as others are. put on their business . so it was going to go longer could just cause a goodbye and. yeah
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yeah yeah. because you know we had been. around. they want to go you. know. i'm just one cannot and they're going to get a poor and because they will look at the good com desk and they're going to go get a scarf found out i still am in that kind of a there and they can charge you know. comment on the ship not to the high set them in childhood of. that kind of market because it's like
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tumble and i want glasses and but a. preset never. changed again but a perception on their. i mean when i ordered guantanamo closed that it would be difficult and complex. there are two hundred forty people there who have now spent years in legal limbo. for example the court order to release seventeen weaver's seventeen weaker detainees took place last fall when george bush was president as president i refuse to allow this problem to fester. i refuse to pass it on to somebody else. it is my responsibility. to solve the problem our security interests will not permit us to delay. our courts won't allow it and neither should our conscience.
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bermuda came in and basically said we want to help president obama we're willing to take detainees and we thought well the leaders have the most compelling case and we have no legal right to hold them. i flew down to bermuda we got there in the late morning met immediately with the bermuda interim ear and the security minister that afternoon we reached agreement and everybody on the table agreed we this we can't wait till daylight because this will leak this week the story will definitely can and you know whitehall go nuts. and stuff that the modulus that all that kind of response to their asking. that he could stay out of shit not on that we finished up the meeting in the mid afternoon
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the plane left sort lee before midnight. same day or school after the wonder of prison again the soft children total then. came up on the bus saw those four men sitting there in all their regular clothes now shackles there just sit there and it was so exciting night came up and i had the privilege of telling them that. while the plane is here we are here to get you you will be free it was obviously an emotional moment for the four people who didn't i'm sure didn't really think they'd be leaving. it was an emotional moment for their lawyers who had been working pro bono for years and after years of frustration they realized that very quickly these
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people would be out of guantanamo some are come step counter. names about numbers and sure it's sure the poor small are the very. bottom of the cans of. when plane was approaching the land i got a signal on my cell phone and i asked them do you want to call your families and they did they started the calls. the old ones and get on bridge can see at the end
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. the mother to tell them. i don't call them. consultant general and immigrant family is going to get. general and i'm going time with an them so exactly. we have reserved your nemesis yet didn't. she was a lot linda. there is and in them a. better. night than last year i had to let it live and. you know approach right in between and go to work to construct share the sure. is nice and skim a dog i say does an indication that stray lucky seven and saw them zoom with one rather order but i'm a decade since they've included get the. sim cambridge dumbass u.k.
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in the should have not got the cyclists get the sure. but. the president of poll out publicly offered to take leaders himself now that was an offer that took some months to conclude that that was an important offer and i want to give real credit to president torah beyond a who're toward weaker for the first night in my life. and then i listen carefully and i want to accept the invitation.
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ploughs offer to resettle our clients was a wonderful generous humanitarian gesture you know the government of plough did what the government of canada with the government of germany what the government of australia what the government of my own country the united states and refused to do the actual transfer took some months to negotiate and at the end of october two thousand and nine. six week years. flew from. guantanamo to the last stage. is that she stood in the can not sat down with the trauma of a longer. it's called took on the. problem is that a good look at them but lift them for them is comfortable and i was going to i saw
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the few she had on which part of the show was amusing. to your knowledge and i'd say they were just warming up and going on than what they demanded my book on the but the best. in the country look at the blood. like a blood back few. it again will go from one of the four boys janine if. i didn't been sick him for
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a long. a welcome development. what. come on in. those you. see dollars every last night you'll want to do it for the interpreter isn't running high and when you're going to see it for weeks you'll. look back on this so with that i know you're very tired of a very long flights on waste because myself and leave you to. the interpreter yes oh. good night or with morning as the case maybe you know when you get to you can look at that and thinking that.
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it's not new the little. we arrive at the beach with the people for them and babysit period for about thirty minutes. when they came back from the back side of little rock island so i could see the sand on their foreheads because they'd been praying by putting their heads to the ground. and they said. it's nice to see trees and to sign on
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in the ocean for the first time. when you found food. i mean sure that film you know will not need to know me or to move on with you quite. so here. we don't want you to eat our male. there are times when we gave countries modest assistance to defray some of the costs not anything like the millions that discussed by orders of magnitude smaller than that but we did provide plow some of that kind of assistance which went for housing education but. maybe there's no real direct linkage but after the week or so arrived in palo.
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van. the negotiations with the us on the compact review for the extension of more years the rich assistance the pollo. became more favorable i think it went from fifty nine million to. oh nine hundred million and it was amazing all these deals that got made around moving we were to places i don't know how many runaways. i think we built half the airport in toronto you know we've been watching for story going to virginia. going on i mean you mean. how. many more. hundred miscalled but i. don't have any idea that you. had to get this kind of possible meeting made or actually gone i was there must. be
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a. little maybe. much closer about what a lot of zilch is more money and a nasa doesn't as you look at. the one eight hundred. s. but i do the cross and i miss. those in the business i said can tell you soon as near. committing a one the cake in the cause it couldn't miss think pelican it was no one told me an ascending it was i was a part of the among us don't either but i think that in the end them didn't get pushed on but here is the i'm going to use a potion at that they get. good political and they're saying that they can but it isn't instead but the sigma. of an. i.c. i said something out of. common look at them. sort
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of. picked up. well the us at the members of the sunni says suggest that. this is tragic and that these people did nothing wrong it was ascertained that they had done nothing wrong that they were not enemies and yet they lost great chunks of their lives and their dignity and their ability to evolve within their culture and their religion because of political expediency and the failure of the american government to act accordingly. holding the eagles as long as we did counts as one of the.
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original. at the early mistakes of one time oh and we have found on guantanamo that certain mistakes are non-biodegradable you know they don't disappear they just stay there.
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we got to see it warming up once again across southeastern parts of australia as stormy weather in the process of pulling out of the way dry skies coming back in behind still a little bit of clout there just around south australia easing towards adelaide that will drive its way through as we go on through the next asset in this area of high pressure will become the dominant feature wayne is coming in from the northeast at twenty nine thirty degrees celsius for melbourne and for adelaide a tad colder than that for perth around twenty one celsius. weather for todd. to weather up around the top and darwin looking rather stormy in the next day also one of two showers there into the south. that's continuing thirty celsius from melbourne thirty two degrees there in adelaide area of high pressure caping things low as he said all across a good part of new zealand over the next day or it's
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a guys coming in head nineteen celsius the top temperatures for christ twenty one. coming in from the southwest direction so a little colder than over towards australia. cold in chilly sunshine have to choose day that as we go on the into the middle part of the week temperatures will pick up cold enough in japan as well talk temperature in tokyo just ninety degrees . witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera.
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