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head to the big stories that could dominate the headlines in twenty eighteen. december on al-jazeera. in syria thousands have disappeared without a trace. forcibly taken from their families right here in the most terrible thing to syria is to be. this has been the invisible weapon of the syrian dictatorship you don't have to sometimes are told to do it better to die than continue to be sure really to torture. the disappeared of syria but this time on al-jazeera. i'm come out on to maria these are your top stories on al-jazeera pakistan as called in the military as police struggle to disperse hundreds of protesters in the
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capital islamabad the demonstrators want the law minister to step down they are angry because he admitted a reference to the prophet muhammad and a parliamentary bill has more now from near the city of lahore. the civilian government has asked the military to come in aid of that clearly an administration their primary objective would be to save dogs key installations the diplomatic all claim in islamabad and that at a time when there is trouble spreading across the country we had added trouble in karachi protests have continued a many people injured there and us and we are toward only one person was killed near the airport now all the airports all the highways and fluting the grand trunk road that connects the north to the south as well as the motorway that connect this lombard to the provincial capital of the punjab long haul all are jammed people are
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stuck on the highways de canard move because all the intersection have been taken over by the protester and then we have also been door that the protesters are now back in strength at the same place where the security forces primarily the police where they tried to get across them are near this morning story indeed a crisis situation head and the military now being called in for the protection of islamabad but this is a situation that has been mishandled by the government there disqualified prime minister of the country had called all his party workers and members including senior ministers for the meeting and it all was probably it was brewing in the city of karachi in islamabad so it appears that the government had miscalculated they did not know their strength of the reaction that would happen and on forward on the streets across pakistan indeed a crisis situation one that age threatening to spiral out of control that is also talk that deform
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a india minister's house was attacked the law minister whose resignation that people have demanded and also being attacked and of god that the government and all sorts of trouble and so with pakistan the u.s. is warning that the decision to release the key suspect in the two thousand and eight mumbai attacks will strain relations washington's it's hafiz saeed is being freed because the pakistani government failed to provide evidence against him scientists denied any involvement in those attacks which killed a hundred and sixty six people. four planes carrying aid have arrived in yemen this is the first time that's happened since the saudi led coalition imposed a blockade three weeks ago the country is facing a cholera epidemic and is on the brink of famine prosecutors in egypt believe up to thirty government carrying eisel flags were behind the mosque attack that killed three hundred and five people in sinai on friday but so far there has been no official claim of responsibility the german chancellor angela merkel is hoping to
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form a government soon after the opposition social democrats agreed to more negotiations talks on a coalition between merkel's conservative bloc and two smaller parties collapsed last week on friday have the social democrats reversed their decision which ruled out being apart all from that was government again well that's not muslims are nice so in the next election we must do better we must have solved more problems than we have today it is with this in mind that we must evaluate possible talks with the social democrats of course we are prepared to talk but talks can only be conducted on the basis of mutual respect that must be clear iran's president has called syria's leader bashar al assad to reassure him that teheran will support his fight against armed groups iranian media reporting that hassan rouhani pledged to help rebuild the country it will leaders from iran russia and turkey in sochi and russia earlier this week in a diplomatic push to find an end to the six year syria conflict and zimbabwe's
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former finance minister ignatius jumbo is in custody accused of corruption he appeared in court just a day after the country's new president was sworn in court will rule on his application for bail on monday. that's a run through of your headlines here on al-jazeera ephemera how pray trial of a dictator is next. this is the first time an african head of state is to be tried by a special african tribe you know. it's an ab the president of chad from
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one nine hundred eighty two to ninety ninety is on trial for crimes against humanity war crimes and acts of torture. methods he said obviously. become a to do she says. and last week but i'll say this most had ninety five up what i say pope will just keep it must suck not appropriate i want to move forward and i got the set up i'm sure to update on the shit you move a pundit deep on them then think i'm going to. just see. the proof. to my end of the sin of rape what you muddied to. say there's just donaghy and then the manhunt is on by doing so. there was a group of us who said no we are never going to give up we were going to fight this until his and heartbreak died or went to court.
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you'll lose a son. see get up at. midem the least you. you nimo see most young kids from eleven said. you know the. think a victim. the people you can. set the most. says. that element that they're for this immediately the victim to come to some. that's really a part of what they saw. they despise. they more
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they see p.c. the cause the cream dishonorably. is an aberrated not speak a single word during the eight months of his trial. not looking once of the hundreds of victims that gave their testimonies day to day. the stubborn silence of a dictator denying the legitimacy of the court. when
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the police arrested him in his villa in the capital city of senegal it's an upgrade had been living as a free man for twenty three years despite having had an international arrest one. in exile in senegal since the fall of his regime in one nine hundred ninety few believe that he would ever be arrested. on it they didn't know he had. let's go to move on i will abuzz league o'keefe valley city. silicon or two totally going to say daily food who simply said i bring some id you give says you there next a chef and africa. you know i think again near the end up against indy car this week it is so cool count on this in the car is so cool. all the necessary evidence to indict is in our brain had been painstakingly gathered over
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fifteen years ago by a few survivors and with the support of activist reed brody. nicknamed the dictator hunter he investigated yes and i praised dreaded political police force the d.d.'s . that task to stamp out those who allegedly opposed his regime. given these buildings abandoned by the d.d.s. reed brody made a major discovery. we go into the building and there you know in room after room ankle deep tens of thousands of documents. documents had not been touched you know for seven or eight years and they were just strewn across the floor. and we started to bend down and pick up these documents. and we realized that this was these were the files of his and hob raise political
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police. sent out he says soon very tough it was all from police. there were spying reports and they will be lists of people who died in prison i mean this was everything you know that we needed you know to to build a solid legal case you know. i mean if you don't we'll never let you go if you're not with. the money the victims association actually spent six months putting these documents together and we put them in a database. we were able to count the names of one thousand two hundred eight people who died in detention or you know or killed twelve thousand three hundred forty one victims of arbitrary arrests and of torture.
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now did this. seem to go the direction. i think the media doesn't make it. she pvc. directional. cream. someplace. infix your. sample a show on. their desk say laugh or to help them pass on. the pretty when. the political market was artist realized that. norman. mart. i don't need.
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and i see nothing. but if. or nor fair at least one. but how did is an aberration become such a cruel dictator. the story begins in one nine hundred seventy five in chad. a former french colony twice the size of france located in northern central africa chad is landlocked and bordered by six other countries. he lives rather silkwood meaning they could only just go if i look at rest of it. was you know it was weapon by value aware yes it should know but it forces it will not need it but in no way balloon in a. community they are all medleys all news your best to reach if you have
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a normal guys this you know is an ab great former student at the elite french school of political science seals popat he led a rebellion against a government he considered to be overly influenced by fronts from the desert region after besting he relit support with his nationalistic rhetoric is a number they. do want to be. equal for in a casket a cuban on capitol can i will be shown justice to you like i'm different than you know that i'm not. an informant x. come on and tell you. i'm pretty sure i don't have to guess. that no. one. here would tell you. that i really.
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think this one is on the measures of when it. evolution they are. also good i guess again you. see the poor see the amount of money the phosphorus cost. let me that is this a ton of money it only takes hold you know. but he. did this with. all me period was we. did it in. the first trench hostage was archaeologist fran├žoise closed who was kept prisoner in the to best the desert for thirty three months and i'm going to give us it and you know. this announce it at the moment. i mean that is us you know.
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after years of chaos and infighting between rebel factions in chad it's and have great entered the capital in janina victorious in june one thousand nine hundred two. the revolutionary declared himself president. from the moment he assumed power the young head of state had to face the threat of neighboring libya. colonel moammar gadhafi wanted to annex chan. he was an equally ambitious revolutionary but all the more powerful thanks to the money he made from oil. in the name of his pan african dream he okie pie district of landing knows who the neighboring territory of libya and launched a rebellion against is an apple. and.
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then. the job. has flown in to get it into the. gadhafi threatened western interests. not only in chad but globally. he supported revolutionary movements and financed international terrorism. the west extended supporter is and where it's absolutely coast. to be fair you. ronald reagan do solemnly swear that i was faithfully execute the office of president of the united states and. we can and will
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raise out of the problems which now confront us you know when the president reagan came into power we were instructed to do everything possible to stop libyan activities america was like going against gadhafi he was just doing everything to foment revolution so in that context chad became an important area for us the americans have the sort of they were going to support dissing the united states didn't care in chad per se but they did have a very strong interest in reigning in the ambitions of of colonel gadhafi. what we did was we assessed were. needed. charlie and soldiers more point and shoot it had to be pretty simple. it was part of my function to coordinate all that. we were to deliver them to the airport in the middle the day. be delivered in that
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rather than over here out we were reporting to the congress and the press they were engaged in this program. the united states is an abberation regime but fronts was hesitant to do so. also meet at home a socialist wanted a new african policy with less intervention and more progression. he opened dialogue with gadhafi gadhafi news up live news. you don't want to show us so then . i'll tell ye. your dog. fighting buddy less edited your icicle got spots ok but this is. me so do you think. you got her she. did you what it was and all.
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this she did you know it was all of a deal just villa in what is all. that she was a little glass again. gadhafi agreed not to cross the sixteenth parallel a symbolic boundary that separated the pro libyan troops from the regime of is an upgrade over be a part of a gloomy a no go to show this is a must be a lot of. my colleagues and i in washington were aware of the fact that some elements of the french government were tempted to try to work with. khadafi in our message to the french would have been when you sup with the devil.
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within two years is an ab gray had taken his place on the international stage. within the country his regime carried out their first massacres in the south. for the requirements of the trial lawyer jacqueline medina returned to this region where the armed rebels known as the kodos opposed is an aberrated who tried to secede from the regime. in iran they. did the same set of acts they demand. they decided to pull. the us that it was. not administered. in this isolated location. as army plan to ambush the rebel kodos. apollinaire forgive me please. then me exact amount pretty you do get it get it.
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my faithful many. when i viewed as a smile the battle. i deserve i don't think anybody can blame the media segment so don't they play with their minds on the. sunday. it was on he could have fed me on the let me get over. the cool the head of my the p.c. the cat is sick i've only. to see. him sick with the can. she got most. part of. the last the last. the last and i mean if it only going to turn on no. don't this. and i'll just say.
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oh no erica. is coming. out of. the night i had no idea mrs. set. sail in the same boat they must sucker just should be if you would they really. are proving that september was it if you just don't take a break let me do they want to with visual done this kind of create is almost a christmas release is on the wrinklies i'm going to play you sit a very couple of my fuckin cups rank up. thirty years later the south of chad has not forgotten the bloody violence of the army against the civilian population.
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people were killed on the slightest suspicion of supporting the rebels claim you can remove your emu. if you could to. move. more. you see. on the top three the bit where i made that firsthand account of course. right here where you know you know when i was up with your number one of my welcome friends. was on fire going on. then with everyone with a sense of shame. while it's an obvious army was killing and wiping out dissent in the south the world's attention was turned to the north. gadhafi had violated the pact he made with
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france and the pro libyan troops across the sixteenth parallel and were advancing on chad's capital city. a secular regime that a pretty and fair. because i want the money in new the system. but. i know what they. will say like mr exterior. i think was anxious to avoid. commitment in chat but he couldn't escape it. he and his government could not escape it in reality. she didn't also develop. it and i break i got what he wanted the support of the french army.
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cadets he gives in and signs an agreement with me to home he promises to pull his troops out of china. ok interesting. about how they will moan. if such issue does upbeat get this. on earth and also listen fair. that i had soviet at the multiple borders false it. already decided not to brush the us he should also be about him alone he. did to the on the beach fish which well he would you know that.
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we will maintain the finest fighting force in the world has ever known united states army was so real. it's part of the private sector i would call the dependency we have a mismatch between the way we. work to be and the reality of the twenty first century in africa here in a bagel for eleven out how many of the persons that you're sending out you should be your child soldiers and like i said my child soldiers reloaded at this time. the most memorable moment of al-jazeera was when i was on air as hosni mubarak fell with the crowds in tahrir square talking. as. if something happens anywhere in the world al jazeera is in place we're able to cover news like no other news organizations. were able to do it properly. and that
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is our strength. over a hundred and sixty years ago a musician started a band in an arty street in cairo. the brass band was so popular it gave birth to an entire musical genre. as a century and a half later the sound still resonates with many egyptians today house of allah the people's music at this time on al-jazeera. i'm canal santa maria with your headlines again on al-jazeera pakistan is called in the military as police struggle to disperse hundreds of protesters in the capital
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islamabad and demonstrators want the law minister to step down and they are angry because he admitted a reference to the prophet mohammed in a parliamentary bill more from. near the city of lahore. government. they did not know of their reaction died. that day. and of god that the government. and so with pakistan the u.s. is warning that the decision to release the key suspect in the two thousand and. relations washington says it is being freed because the pakistani government failed to provide evidence against him. denied any involvement in the attacks which killed
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one hundred sixty six people four planes carrying aid have arrived in yemen for the first time since the saudi led coalition which is fighting the rebels there imposed a blockade nearly three weeks ago the country is facing a cholera epidemic and is on the brink of famine prosecutors in egypt believe up to thirty gunman carrying i still flags were behind the mosque attack that killed three hundred five people in sinai on friday though so far there has been no official claim of responsibility libya's coast guard has recovered the bodies of thirty refugees who died when their boat sank off its northwestern coast on saturday one hundred forty five people were rescued and brought back to tripoli coastguard spokesman those told al-jazeera people are still missing. the german chancellor angela merkel is hoping to form a government soon after the opposition social democrats agreed to more negotiations talks on a coalition between merkel's conservative bloc and two smaller parties collapsed
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last week on friday the social democrats reverse a decision which ruled out being part of michael's government again and zimbabwe's former finance minister. is in custody accused of corruption he appeared in court just a day after the new president was sworn in in about twenty five minutes back now to his trial of a dictator. thank you. thank.
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you. you see if you knew me. i pray was known as the lion of un i on his political party. thousands of chaldeans were victim to the cruelty of his regime. who knows i get news of on the set sometime did it all still being counted. was f.e.a. left me. please don't be seen. please on the left please get this show biz here
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that this is also. a show that maybe the country must you. come visit and i'll send it to you and to me that knitting can cover the song. name motif muster in a bio lebanese political. city more to fifty. is seen if you are. pretty dumb said. dave metric. media dot com impact so. don't put it. in a. better memo.
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didn't. have member parting shot to live my life dave in mourning. so they come out that comedian made slime on the sink. to nearest me repeat. for a priest jennifer weapon has been. in cement this an appraiser up and. said better than you have done it be i thought of the yeti he said think not so i live in a land me put at an executive authority in the country snobbery a period of one hundred and. i did this on the some of the time and.
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we did not make up for. its exact we come to. that is that a side show the government it is an issue we cannot it is wrong is a magic to my fault isn't it was it don't listen to try to mislead. if she wanted. just as for the knob. in you meant to. because i mean look opportunity very difficult. i mean let me. use your idealism. don't mention it but after this.
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it is our problem because i got my back up look at. the victim. you so look after me i wanted to talk to a partnership by jim but. just too like a lot of charities only because in the freezer you know. this is a government. services also that you know it's just that's what i wanted to cause effect will be my council. estate at the shows with everybody that you know he said i might. disappear you want to see the family. that's going to check that is what you said. it was i want people to see repulsive . he tore it up i said. this could be good he said you know for a school that had any what you should look at this it said yes he would love it for
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me a concert. by the club where it was you know i don't. suppose going to pass real. wants. to beat him because of the money. you want to. let. me know your dualism of a can of fancy and improve but good to be in the zone one hundred did they look at it it all sort of a lot is done. to lumber so. fast like that this was a villainous fuck you say did he and it's very nice still to this american if you're law school move away on a court that arm goes wrong on doing this by the court on the minute that france a chemical pharmaceutical have a disease. media you could pose your dignity as. one
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of the very first documents we picked up was the report of a training course in the united states for a number of d.d.s. agents. including some who were listed later as the most feared torturers in chad we see from the entry log of the d.d.s. the liaison from the us to the d.d.s. was coming in and out of the d.d.s. it would be really hard to say that the us did not know what was going on. yet when the russian shots went and why the design was up. and wants a connection i have from the fisherman. of
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course we knew about human rights violations. in chad. it was not an issue for us and as i said before our main focus was libya. of course we frequently have to help people we who are not very nice to to do our things but we cannot regret anything there it is real politic yes. if you get a show that's it. by the mid one nine hundred eighty s.
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gadhafi had still not withdrawn his troops from northern chad he did not fulfill the agreements that he made with force one meter. tensions were rising between france and libya border such as it was there which i. don't. like girls or below. near the city of what he doom the libyans built a two mile long runway to channel weapons and initiate a fresh attack on the country alone met gadhafi once again to try to persuade him to see reason. get there feel. that this is. you will laugh and then. and it is.
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all of you know. she. did she eyed peaceful for to hear these of your local. efforts is something. what do you do when you. love yourself or says a boy about this image and the old almost no sitting at his mother and then getting france reiterated their support for its and i'm going with operation a penalty and i'm. getting i think. the french and the americans were now in the same position they had to
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clamp down on the libyan advance to threaten stability in the region. libyan army was very well outfitted because libya had a lot of oil wealth and the soviet union that happily provide them with a lot of equipment. so at the same harbor was going to go after that you know he had a good case to make we provided ten stinger missiles under very strict controls . and they were he wanted. a new reality. this modern equipment allowed. to launch an assault on the pros libyan forces a battle known as the toyota war took place in the vast desert of chad. on that he had to get that money. and for a. set of your own but i have
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a. new level of it. is a big deal for the men. the toyota war ended with the taking of what the doom gadhafi stronghold in china. is and how bray in the end destroyed the libyan army. and killed thousands of libyan troops that would not have happened if there had not been effective french or american cooperation. is very happy he came you had lunch with president reagan and we had a long talk president convinced. that the relationship between our countries
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continue to be strong and productive it was an honor and a great pleasure to have had him here as our guest. share. this. this in harbor a is the fourth dictator charged with crimes against humanity who was supported by the reagan administration you have a gusto pinochet in chile you have his and higher branches you have to evaluate in haiti you know every zero smog in guatemala after seven years in power he became obsessed with those he considered internal enemies in chad in one nine hundred
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eighty nine he said i place from a chief of state interest they'd be led a rebellion against him and his paranoia knew no limits. chaldeans from the same ethnic background as a three state be there's a guy became targets with him and jim ina they were held in a prison called the p. seen swimming pool it became a symbol of oppression as the country was plunged into fear. or left the p.c. prosecutor very much and i think the scene sank as i miss it is officially for sale on the records that you. left the scene i thought it was for me when i close to a shop with this he. said come into the wood to someday i'll buy you. the cd with were with. the.
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little good from it the thread is that a ship from a through the. cut met the sound yes i've accepted you and that. need don't buy you for some wonder that you didn't. know what. we are live book and i did the lips at the media sort of enough. as i say one. hour. when. you're caught up with. the man on guard duty of course i think on a terrorist event like this on. the palestinian fit only to show one to them or if you let him.
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think your mom would have done. it on him walk. him or. he's on that isn't. exactly what i'm. going to have come up with on the. left with leprosy than c m y is a science and i'm abilities on this and. during the same period to terror attacks find their targets the pan am flight explodes mid flight over lockerbie in scotland the second a french u.t.a. plane explodes in the middle of the sahara desert both attacks both the hallmarks of colonel gadhafi the united states decided that the libyan leader needed to be eliminated. opened his country to u.s. forces allowing them to pursue their objectives just a few kilometers from and jim ina the cia had secret camps where they trained
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former libyan prisoners. an issue that i forgot i will judge it on that with real down watch the media are barly us right there with your. lap. all the while me but i don't. keep the sock pocket also coming once i mean i don't know no no no no no yeah i'm sure please along the journey along with it it's going to claire it's on t. shirt and it will be on the else. ballot i mean i get some training. i would use and i very much i would want to do because when it began. it was a cia operation. a covert operation. the
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purpose was to infiltrate libya with libyan people who could attack libyan facilities she says her city this istra began about a.f.e. the prison year and i guess. said it was. only the me. because you might do the use of america he fit in a fox e.p.a. army throughout highly food or hotly i got a few is american an example but come over. our sippers gonna do montgomery man. fronts did not appreciate united states inviting themselves into their african domain the head of the french foreign intelligence went to chad to meet is santa buying shoes and i bought him a twelve in the rear of the other to. let them
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sue him. it costs just ship attic on the. dr pascoe eleven. you know presented. here present a false. if you have a new trial yes a good day some collision media. frizzy he precipitated a battle so my laziness and i. see your list he said nobody felt sympathy to serve no sane. metal of fur and i think also for too short to choke to death i think. france had already selected the man to replace him into
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a steady the former chief of state under it's an upgrade. he had taken refuge in sadam. when his troops entered and janina the french military did not intervene. michelle compatible. a must go to a combatant effort but it did not work on three year. sic i don't. sell our liberty. said to put images somewhere in the socket of entries in your p.d.f. or the guy in the up be representing politics. who are fairly sort of the sure say look i'm very lucky to have missed something here at least. a part of me can get a skeptic you grew up in must be your best. on
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it it is clip of you via a pen up in a marsh a comma city like you that i shall. have them by the common article is us live it full of my ship it will happily of course she was said more considerate oblivious. it to last forty lebanese. they know. inside it but look at the each just to see if the said just said jean like to the prison. here at the ship but they're here. cecille issue please get. it reese dead be appointed magistrate mamata has son of a car as the head of a commission to investigate crimes committed by the regime of its and i bring. the
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commission collected statements from victims and discover the number of mass graves . by me that a woman does here comes out of it for the shock your commission says that the city after the pussy peace you hear. all this is not going on for. if you don't this you. eaters debbie's relationship this case has always been very complex on the one hand he was his and harbor his military chief during one of the bloodiest periods of the hybrid government on the other hand after he broke from his and harbor a many of his best friends and many family members were killed by his and
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heartbreak. when you're the authoritarian president of a country. and simple citizens have brought to justice the previous president it's very it's an uncomfortable situation it's a democratic victory that you don't you know necessarily want to be encouraging. to did not respond somebody cruxes want to force this is one is it will seem easy and soon month an easy i'm pretty easy on it keep it really he said look at this full stop at the jimmy deep blue sky he said of this interview that made the news off that i suppose it's a scoop isn't going to be a method in my financier to my human must. be tied to a kid is a free kick you do have reported that in fact. disappear back to you when you don't want to selection.
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hallows the thanksgiving weekend comes to a close in the u.s. so please be traveling once again quite often you have some pretty poor weather at
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thanksgiving this time it's not so bad there's a lot of cloud around to mislead the cold front running up through the great lakes and towards the atlantic seaboard lot more cloud on the pacific coast that's more telling but it's also quite specific more recently has been washington states got really wet in b.c. seeing rain and snow on the canadian side but that rain's heading down through california be raining in san francisco on sunday but otherwise what's going on not very much it's not particularly cold in new york at night nor indeed interim two or three in both places you should see more sunshine anything else not true for the day after or down to the south coast here it's we're looking the high ground the west where rain or snow is going to be the feature so for most places asked looking quite enjoyable than to the gulf of mexico to the caribbean that persistent line of rain the port a bit of flooding to jamaica haiti bitsa cuba and costa rica is still there it is falling apart just not quite such concentrated rain but the chances are you'll still get yet more shows over jamaica over cuba with this circulation contra to get
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near panama but probably more especially once more costa rica. that's not what we're talking about the very last about shooting people are not enough pressure to burn themselves and their other countries have managed to solve this problem but you worry that this conflict could erupt into a cult right open war that the city journal securities were all the people who paid the price clearly their writeup unprejudiced setting the stage for a serious debate up front at this time on al-jazeera. this is al-jazeera.


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