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it was always telling me how famous he was going to make that how he presented hello my name and body without manchester city's northwest representatives kind of . teacher who. actually do remember that we had this special meeting about the nail and he said no. that's not the topic and you immediately this is a cover up in the piece on the mainland city yeah al-jazeera investigations put all of silence this time. you can take back with you a message to the tyrants of her arm do not trust israel's resolve. israel's prime minister accuses iran of being the biggest threat to middle east security.
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i'm maryam namazie this is al jazeera life from london also coming up kurdish forces say they've agreed a deal to allow the syrian army to enter freend to help with pellet offensive as growing scrutiny of the f.b.i. failings that led to the florida school shooting and the stars dressed in black here in london in support of a campaign against sexual harassment will have the latest from the battles. israel's prime minister delivered a theatrical flourish and a withering attack on iran at the end of a major security conference in munich brandishing parts of a drone benjamin netanyahu described as the biggest threat to middle east security iran's foreign minister for back accusing him of delusional thinking they have a choice reports from munich. he's ready prime minister benjamin netanyahu went
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straight into attack mode against iran as he took to the podium in munich issuing a direct threat to tehran israel will not allow iran. to put a noose of terror around order. we will act without hesitation to defend ourselves and we went back to finance are not just against iran's proxies that are attacking us but against iran itself he followed up with a dramatic flourish that caught all the delegates by surprise brandishing a piece of wreckage from an iranian drone shot down an israel base last week. and he had this message for iran's foreign minister mohammad javert. i bought it here so you can see it for yourself. mr zarif. do you recognize this. you should be george you can take back with you
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a message to the tyrants of her own do not trust israel's resolve the man who netanyahu called an eloquent liar iran's foreign minister refused to rise to the israeli bait he preferred instead to outline a new plan to dampen down rising tensions in the region i prevent more conflict in the middle east. iran believes that our security in the persian gulf requires a french regional security architecture we believe in and how proposed creating what we call a strong region rather than a strong man in the region thank god a question and answer session those are if expressed his frustration at israeli attempts to undermine the deal iran struck with world powers to stop its nuclear arms program and we achieved it in spite of him being implemented in spite of him
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and the world view to maintain that agreement in spite of his delusional attempts the foreign minister of saudi arabia was equally uncompromising about its main power in the region we cannot afford to put up with the when the revolution and its principles the reason iran a sanction for terrorism is because it supports terrorism thank you baer said the pressure on iran would continue until there was fundamental change the push against them will continue until iran change its behavior david chaytor al-jazeera munich. so i. called back senior consulting satch based think tank chatham house and asked him if there had been any sort of shift in tensions between iran and israel i think there is a dynamic now which is a very negative very dangerous they now make between all the powers in the region
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right now and specific incidents rhetoric which is quite extreme as we saw today can escalate it rather quickly into a clash whether it's by proxy or more directly bearing in mind that for the first time that and yell weese basically first name very clear on not only it out of iran in the region or with any and that both sides participate in the civil war in syria not only did it on hezbollah but if it's getting any worse always or feels more threatened to have a direct or directly attack iran this is this war for it's going to escalate rather quickly if they mean it if it's that turns maybe both sides understand that this is a matter of the terms but deterrence might be shifts where she screwed really quickly into action this is dangerous.
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syrian kurdish fighters say they've reached an agreement with the damascus government for the syrian army to enter a free to help repel a turkish offensive turkey launched operation olive branch last month to clear offering of kurdish y.p. chief itas they regard as terrorist linked to the p.k. k. a senior kurdish official told the voices news agency that syrian government troops will deploy to some border positions within two days al-jazeera spoke to the white b.g. spokesman nuri mahmud he said we are calling on the syrian army to protect our frame because we'd love to preserve a unified syria we're saying this because the international community continues to address the syrian leadership is sovereign and we call on this authority to protect its territory there is a sum of binge of aid is following the story for us from istanbul. when it comes to fruition this deal would not be a surprise because kurdish fighters the people whose production units are white
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b.g. have been in negotiations with the bashar al assad government for a number of days now sources have been telling us that there are sticking points including the man with the conscription of kurdish fighters into the city and government forces there giving up of heavy weapons by these kurdish fighters and giving up all of their military bases and manipulations going to those some of those points that they were agreeing to as were being asked by the syrian government the details of this agreement have not been made public or clear is yet but goodish try to say that they've asked the syrian government to come in and help them to secure these areas against the turkish advances if an event syrian forces entered the border area between syria and turkey called a freend where the fighting is continuing where turkey has launched the operation on drugs to try and clear it from the these kurdish why does it if it is to be seen that how will turkey respond because turkey has been stating that the whole purpose of this operation is to clear its border areas of fight as richard calls terrorists
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and when and if syrian forces take over control of these areas and allow turkey and promise to a key that they will secure these areas against any of what it calls terrorist activities what will be turkey's response then will it continue to carry out its offensive or will it agree to the terms that will be offered by the syrian government iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali hominine has ordered an investigation after a plane crashed killing all sixty five people on board they act off this appeared from radar often leaving capital to iran the awesome on allan's flight which was carrying fifty nine passengers including one child and six crew members was traveling sewage in the southwest of the country state t.v. says that fog made it difficult for rescue helicopters to reach the crash site near center on and the mountains. while the cause of the crash is not yet confirmed international sanctions have hampered iran's ability to keep up with modern standards air accidents have occurred regularly in recent years travel journalist
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simon calder told our jazeera that iran's fleet is outdated we do not know whether in any sense the sanctions have had any impact on the terrible loss today however there is a direct connection between the sanctions which from the us point of view would be going on since nine hundred seventy nine in the arabian revolution and much more recently of course other western countries have joined in because of the very specific rules on aircraft components and entire aircraft and so therefore you have fleets of aircraft in iran and as a man airlines flies it's the only airline in the world that still flies commercially the boeing seven two seven try jet this is an aircraft which hasn't even been made for over thirty four years and so you've got effectively a block on components of. the new aircraft which is simply left iranian
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aviation pretty much as it was let's say round about nine hundred eighty but very sadly has had some effect on safety standards moving to the u.s. now where wednesday's mass shooting at a school in florida continues to dominate the agenda the blame game extended to the role of the f.b.i. and whether the agency was fit for purpose on friday the f.b.i. admitted agents had failed to investigate a tip off about the nineteen year old gunman nicholas cruz who bought the gun used in the shooting illegally that prompted the u.s. president donald trump to tweet that the f.b.i. had spent too much time investigating allegations of collusion with russia during the twenty sixteen election campaign and of course on sunday the issue of collusion with russia very much dominated the weekly talk show circuit. the real issue right now is how do we have a president of the united states not saying what everybody knows to be true russia or interfered into sixteen they're going to interfere in two thousand and eighteen
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and we have got to do everything we can to make sure that they do not on the buying american democracy truck this is a huge deal and that we don't have a president speaking out on this issue is a horror show and we have got to bring democrats and republicans together despite the president to go forward to protect the integrity of american democracy well it proves there's no clues into this point there's no collusion in terms of the facebook ads the other social media activity director mueller made it very clear in the indictment that any participation by anybody with it was in the campaign or the sanders campaign which they said was also being assisted by this effort by russia that all that was done unwittingly that no one participated in the knowing fashion so for more on this let's go to correspondent rosen in jordan in washington so as we can expect the military indictment has filled debates and we see that in the sunday talk shows but i guess the problem for president trump is that the longer
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all this discussion goes on for the more of a shadow it costs on the legitimacy of his election victory. well and according to the pundits who are very much analyzing the way the president has been responding to friday's indictments there's basically saying he's engaging in a lot of deflection and not actually trying to lead the charge as it were to prevent foreign governments or foreign persons from tampering with the upcoming midterm elections just this past week leaders of the national intelligence community told members of congress that they believe that russian officials were agents are trying to interfere in the upcoming congressional elections and so there's a lot of consternation from both republicans and democrats here in washington that the president is not trying to do more to safeguard the integrity of the upcoming
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elections and we've also been hearing in recent days from his national security adviser. who made it clear at the munich security conference that evidence of rushing to fairness in the u.s. election was undeniable how's that playing out over there at the white house. well it's not pleasing the president late on saturday evening after h.r. mcmaster made what many are considering a definitive comment about the indictment the president basically went on twitter and criticized macmaster for not hewing to his view the president's view of events he retreated on sunday his view that this could have been a situation where it wasn't anyone from russia but it could have been someone from china or for some other country who could have been responsible for the social distance from asian campaign that took place on social media during the two thousand and sixteen campaign and so now there are people wondering whether h.r. mcmaster will stay on as national security adviser or whether he's going to have to
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find a way to hold onto his position and i thank you very much jonah hill tonight is from washington you have al-jazeera much more still ahead for you funerals a healthy two palestinian teenagers shot eyes re-inforcing as tension continues on the border. and the art of to firing the mastermind behind one of the finest gardens and the wilds. had a tropical cyclone kelvin is just about no more but you can see the shape very overseas in the satellite picture came on two lines about a category two cat the r. for a while as well another the clouds spread from it's right down to the desert areas that gibson for example and so western australia will see
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a decent downpours and go all the way down to the south coast probably avoiding person to get a bit further inland from lots and we still got heat forty one degrees out of spring's not very well done southeaster adelaide melbourne sydney or around the low to middle twenty three bit warmer not. some big showers in maybe sydney area possibly southern queensland brisbane as well you still got a visible circulation here so this kelvin as low as you and therefore rain to get rid of there will be flooding in western australia. now gaeta is still in our midst it was the really quite nasty piece of work that went through tong grid cause so much damage is just about extra tropical so it's if you like it's a big low pressure storm system but it stretches down towards new zealand it will probably make a pretty wet time of it particularly in wellington but certainly the northern half of south island for the next two days.
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over benefit. people. who witness documentaries that open your eyes. at this time on al-jazeera. put look at the top stories now israel's prime minister has once again taken aim at
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iran saying the nation is the biggest threat to middle east security benjamin netanyahu is speaking at the end of a major security conference in munich syrian kurdish fighters say they've reached an agreement with the damascus government for the syrian army to enter the frame region to help propel it offensive. and iran's leader ayatollah ali hominine has launched an investigation. after an ally in flight from tehran crashed killing all sixty five people on board. and other stories we're following the funerals have been held for two palestinian teenagers shot dead by israeli forces in gaza their deaths have added to tension on gaza's border with israel following the explosion that injured four israeli soldiers on saturday israel blames her mass for the attack and carried out a series of ground and air strikes on eighteen have massed targets in southern gaza as al-jazeera as harry forsett reports. a funeral for two teenagers killed by
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israeli fire near the gaza border on saturday night. salim abdulla who both seventeen. israel says it fired warning shots towards a group acting suspiciously the other border fence witnesses talk to tank fire being used no palestinian armed group has claimed the boys as members they were laid to rest side by side sometimes father says his son was one of dozens who tried to escape the strip in recent years to look for undocumented work inside israel. or youngsters in daraa live in tough conditions not just my son everyone suffers here and they get tired all the hardships well they're just being marked here in rougher today as a result of just one israeli operation what israel itself is calling a large scale attack on hamas targets here in gaza it's the largest such attack that we've seen since the twenty fourteen war and israel did strike it says eighteen separate hamas linked targets from the air on saturday night.
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the israeli military says it targeted a tunnel being dug towards israel weapons making sites and military compounds one rocket was fired from gaza into israel striking a civilian house but injuring no one this latest round of violence the most serious in years began on saturday with the wounding of four israeli soldiers two seriously in an explosion near the border fence. israel says that a virus was planted during this protest a day before reportedly hidden behind a flag which the israeli troops went to investigate israel's defense minister avigdor lieberman has vowed to eliminate the attackers adding israel views hamas as responsible for everything that happens in gaza hamas says it's israel that bears responsibility for the escalation luminously. that other fighting groups will not allow the israelis to impose new rules on the ground we will keep practicing our rights to defend our people from israeli aggression two things have seen the
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situation grow more fragile in recent months the reaction to donald trump's declaration calling jerusalem israel's capital and the continued deterioration the humanitarian situation which israel's army chief has reportedly warned could lead to further conflict for now the worst of the violence appears over but the conditions that created it remain in place well aware that more could follow are a force at al-jazeera gaza five people have been killed after a gunman opened fire to a church in the russian region of dagestan the shooting took place in the town of left five others injured police say a twenty two year old local man was behind the attack and he was shot dead by security forces. a moral service has been held for morgan chiang rai form opposition leader in zimbabwe who died earlier this week after a long battle with cancer but now there are concerns that infighting within his party the government's main opposition could cause a split just a few months before elections. from harare. zimbabwe's president in
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a similar god what pays his respects to morgan tsvangirai family for years the main opposition leader was assaulted at arrested by police for demanding free and fair elections the rulings on a party then led by robert mugabe charged him with treason and called him a puppet of the west the new president says it's time to end old rivalries it is fruitless. search. for men and women as the elections in them are killing over one hundred questions in this country. to hear her call. to reach the surface in the sky and. leave. the t.v. of reactions this is. when the election is held many believe the opposition must appear united it is to have any chance of winning the m.d.c.
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tea party has any leader nelson chamisa he'll be president for twelve. other senior party members. and. they say they will make a big announcement after. as. they speculation the opposition could split if some key officials decide to walk away others hope that doesn't happen i must admit . i think our leadership. our leadership and focus. is. good i died in south africa on wednesday some of his supporters say now his body is home reality is sinking in the man known as the face of zimbabwe's opposition live long enough to see robert mugabe's downfall but it seems not a united opposition rally is expected on monday to honor his life but his final
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farewell is planned for choose day when he will be buried at his rural home. al-jazeera. i mean celebrations in kosovo's capital to mark ten years of independence from serbia security forces march through pristina as part of a weekend of festivities cost of achieved autonomy in two thousand and eight after years of conflict its sovereignty is recognized by more than one hundred countries including the us and most of the e.u. . india's government is under pressure over a one point seven billion dollars bank fraud that sent shock waves through the financial sector three employees of the punjab national bank recused of helping the billionaire diamond jeweler and his business partner access millions of dollars in bad loans the bank has lost a fifth of its value since announcing the scam opposition politicians say the government had been warned about it julianne moore of modi and his business partner have now fled the country. thirty five refugees are heading for the u.s.
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after leaving an australian run prison camp on the pacific island nation of now or it's part of a resettlement deal between australia's government and the previous us administration the refugees are mostly afghan pakistani orang some rights groups have asked where the somali and iranian refugees are being excluded from the program the now a prison camp is part of australia's hardline policy on blocking refugees from entering by boat well despite its reputation as a haven for refugees canada has been deporting north korean asylum seekers arriving there through south korea nearly two thousand have been sent away since two thousand and thirteen because the government says they lied on their asylum application forms but activists want the practice to end as daniel lak now reports . putting a brave face on pending deportation these north koreans came here through so korea which canada considers a safe country but on their refugee applications they said they'd fled to china.
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eleven years ago take him came here with his wife daughter and son now they have two more children canadian citizens deportation would be catastrophic. canelo on the move. along and that notice means death to me i came all the way here for a better life and my family is well adjusted to life in canada and we think we're going to be separated it breaks my heart there is a town on the other three in the. whole of my whole life i live there so i don't have any friends in south korea and all my friends are here. joe family could be broken up too if canada carries out its deportation order two children are canadian born the eldest came with his parents in two thousand and ten the joes admit they lied on their application but say they did it to escape a horrible situation that. i feel so desperate. it's our fault all the time but that they haven't done anything wrong they have to
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go through this separation because of us. the north korean refugees say south korea is definitely not safe for them north korea's spies can track them down they say yet canada's been deporting people like them since two thousand and thirteen those who remain have only begun to fight back if we are fallen by the moment they our family. left in north korea they were to do or day rears to the labor camp. the korean community in toronto is rallied behind the refugees their lawyer has met canadian officials in what she says is their last chance to stay here an appeal on compassionate grounds to the minister of immigration there's been no response yet internationally we are recognized as a humanitarian and compassionate country accepting refugees from syria and all over
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the world and why my question is should and the hundred fifty of the many people be back and answer to that question is anxiously awaited by refugees who fled one of the most repressive violent regimes in the world then you're lucky to roger so now's the bafta is here in london where three billboards outside adding missouri has been named best film while its star frances mcdormand has won best actress a number of stars arrived at the award ceremony wearing black in support of the me too in times up campaigns gary oldman has won best actor for his portrayal of winston churchill in darkest hour sam rockwell has picked up best supporting actor and allison janney has also won the best supporting actress bafta for her role in i tell you. nestled in the highlands of costa rica is one of the finest top area gardens in the world for more than fifty years the man nicknamed scissorhands
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has turned ordinary cypress trees into works of art as andy caddick are boards. at the foot of the church of st raphael in costa rica central mountain range stands a testament to one man's vision over the decades the gardens of said our being sculpted into birds and beasts by evangelist blanco a man known locally as don lister all senor scissorhands. he began work here in one thousand nine hundred sixty four and never stopped. the parks like my family is like my children my wife and my mistress i love it and i care for it i come here at five in the morning to star watching it i do this little love and it cation. as the gardens matures so has its reputation there are now more than one hundred figures here each beginning life as saplings planted by a gardener determined to create something unique many great works of art of being
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created by individuals but few require the maintenance or dedication that all of this does eventually through spent the best part of his entire adult life on this one project but it hasn't gone unnoticed these gardens are now a symbol for the city they're tracked thousands of tourists every year and in two thousand and four they named the entire place after him. the city of socio was grown along with its gardens every day the park is full of visitors from around the world it's like a country house in england with the taipei next thing and i was thinking when i went round it's really good for the children because it's got elephants and soldiers and bulls and carts and stuff and they can kind of identify stuff you have that says how do i mean a bill less in the end all be less of many time ago it's still the same is really nice i love it. in recognition of his work eventually still was given a national culture award and continues to inspire those around him as we go about
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a lot of that he's an icon for the people he's inspired the youth to follow his passion to decorate and shape trees he has a lot of patience and passion for doing this. he retired a few years ago but he's continued to give us new shapes in our park. at the age of seventy nine evangelist isn't quite ready to hang up his shoes he's looking for someone with the same dedication to take over and ensure his legacy lasts and he gallacher all jazeera so pseudo costa rica writes those more on everything we're covering right here the latest on our top stories and analysis that takes you behind the headlines al jazeera dot com a. quick update of the top stories now israel's prime minister is saying iran is the greatest threat to the world by german netanyahu told the munich security conference in germany that the international nuclear deal negotiated with iran has
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allowed the country to become increasingly aggressive in the region iran's foreign minister for accusing him of delusional thinking that's now who won that iran should not test israel's results. which are usual will not allow iran to regime to put a noose of terror around order. we will act without hesitation to defend ourselves and we will act if necessary not just against iran's proxies that are attacking us but against iran itself. syrian kurdish fighters say they have reached an agreement with the damascus government for the syrian army to enter afraid to help repel a turkish offensive turkey launched operation on a branch last month to clear a freeing of kurdish y.p. chief fighters who they regard as terrorist linked to the p.k. k. . iran's leader ayatollah ali hominine has launched an investigation after an awesome on alan's flight crashed killing all sixty five people on board the
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aircraft disappeared from radar after leaving the capital to draw on. u.s. president donald trump has criticized the f.b.i. for failing to investigate the suspect in wednesday's school shooting seventeen people died when a gunman opened fire in a high school in florida the f.b.i. admitted on friday that agents failed to investigate a tip off about the suspect nicholas cruz who bought the gun used in the shooting legally president trump said the f.b.i. was spending too much time investigating allegations of collusion with russia during the twenty sixteen election campaign. and hundreds of people have attended the funerals for two palestinian teenagers shot and killed by israeli forces in gaza their deaths have added to tension on gaza's border with israel following an explosion that injured four israeli soldiers on saturday israel has carried out a series of ground in as strikes on eighteen for mass targets in southern gaza it
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