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struggling with the effects of climate change sierra leone's dry season is unforgiving but compounded by corruption it's a wet season mudslides that are claiming most lives i don't remember even the war when if i think in one thousand won the died in two minutes people in power investigates the effects of deforestation and illegal building and asks what the future holds if there's a north already failed to act the mountain will fall at this time on al jazeera. you're watching algis their own cell robin here in doha these are all top news stories people affected by gun violence in the u.s. have president donald trump to improve gun laws during a meeting at the white house trump heard pleas for reform responded with ideas of his own including arming teachers hired to accounts treehouse war from washington d.c.
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. a meeting with the president dominated by emotions and raw pain i'm very angry that this happened because it keeps happening nine eleven happened once and they fix everything how many schools how many children have to get shot it stops here with this administration and me this man's daughter was shot nine times at stillman douglas high school in florida last week this student lost his friend i turned eighteen the day after i woke up to the news that my best friend was gone. and i don't understand why i could still go in a store and buy a weapon of war. described as a listening session by the white house trump joined by his vice president and secretary of education said all ideas to prevent future school shootings are on the table that includes arming teachers an attack has lasted on average
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about three minutes it takes five to eight minutes for responders for the police to come in so the tack is of if you had a teacher with who was adept at firearms they could very well in the attack very quickly anybody like the students and parents invited to meet the president were handpicked by the administration some said security and better mental health should be main priorities was god. but outside the white house students who continued their protest wednesday were united in their opposition to guns we will continue to try to get gun legislation until congress listens to what the white house was. trump said during his meeting with shooting survivors that this was no longer the time for just talk as in the past but elected by
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a pro-gun base and backed by the powerful gun lobby it remains to be seen just health far trouble go to bring meaningful reform heidi joe castro al-jazeera washington though the head of the u.n. has called for an immediate halt to attacks on syria's eastern guta saying civilians are living in hell on earth syrian and russian rights of killed more than three hundred people since sunday i am deeply saddened by the terrible suffering of the civilian population. in eastern guta far under thousand people that leave. in hell on earth my appeal to all those involved. is for immediate suspension of all war d.v.d.'s he needs them good. now dozens of schoolgirls are feared missing
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following a baccarat attack on their school in northeastern nigeria there are conflicting reports that some girls have been found and rescued after escaping the years old in yobe a state in twenty fourteen boko haram abducted more than two hundred seventy girls in the town of chibok. israeli media say a former confidant of the prime minister benjamin netanyahu may testify against him in a corruption case shlomo silber is a former director of the communications ministry and he was arrested on sunday by police looking into government benefits that were offered to a telecoms giant investigators say there's sufficient evidence to indict netanyahu at least forty four people have died when a double decker bus plunged into a ravine in southern peru and run off the road of a keeper and fell two hundred meters down a cliff around two dozen people were injured and tens of thousands of antigovernment protesters have shut down the center of argentina's capital are born as they are demonstrating against president makris austerity measures those were
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the headlines and back with more in thirty minutes here on al-jazeera do stay with us. we're. a world committee not out sun is a. room. news vickie on the job it's just the political thing going it will be all water no oil another thing norman norman. what made this. was a targeted people. only
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a genie visual not a mask a year area or go polish it. on june the fifth two thousand and seventeen a small gulf nation of qatar was put under siege. saudi arabia the united arab emirates. and egypt cut diplomatic trade and travel legs with other. saudi amorality and behind any citizens were told by their respective governments to leave. and they gave qatari citizens fourteen days to leave their territory. the blockading countries accused of funding terrorism and fermenting regional instability. they presented a list of thirteen demands including the closing down of the al-jazeera media network. that has denied all the
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accusations and has refused to comply. with a list of demands arguing that the blockading countries were trying to undermine its sovereignty and the demands contravened international law. this is a story of a country cut off and isolated by its neighbors by some of the arab world's most powerful countries. and of how the people of qatar have been facing up to life under blockade. it's september twenty fourth twenty seventeen and thousands of others residents gather along the has waterfront oney. have come to welcome back the emir of
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qatar he is returning home from addressing the united nations general assembly in new york. it's a barometer of the public mood of support for the thirty seven year old and we had a shift i mean in homage to fanny. the face of carter's leader can be seen almost everywhere. but he's picture has become an icon a symbol of defiance of a refusal to cave in to pressure from the blockade in countries. let mr campbell fairly i'm on a majority and the mob with an i'll be with the model we're one shell of a lot of coffee and twenty four year old and how middle runs doha live
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a popular snapshot account they used to just cover the goings on in doha. but now it's become a go to place for residents wanting news about the blockade. today's interview meant that molly had the artist behind the portrait of cut that is immediately entitled to me male managed to mean the glorious the universe. was a moment like i'm not. sure. he shot a sharp let me. sort of. like her in the shops thought. oh they shut the door have your place happy. with them which i. assume will happen because. all you could hear athletic make a move to the west because there was food they were given a shot so can walk another week. i was not so much in this mood of pot and stock
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since without power across the town we saw a mob decision with want to stop the cup pick them up fix it well i think that's the shape or not i hear that they think it could. potentially crowd me. up there but they own it and. while social media may be creating local celebrities it's also driving the conversation about the blockades. snapshot facebook twitter every message every opinion is shared social media has become the favorite tool of properties it's where people go to find out what's happening and share what they've heard and how they feel. challenged again by images and the proper coffeeshop of an argument for social media to tell face not charge a fee to go. in their diet and as my whole saw in the solid i don't look in
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a good plot but it helps to go mom sure you sure. you know. your new york know more about the matamata bowed out before and up to friday are to me to just give all my about four fifths of work and it's borderline one of your costs are good for both and so look at the close as my old saw. well there is no denying the mostly between the leading countries and up but the only shots being fired are in the media and from all sides. just. leave that must have a lot of yes my. father. said it will work. on a blog. one asked me how i do that the. other day when i hear.
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many of the accusations seem outlandish and have little basis in reality. for example no turkish troops have ever patrolled the streets of don't have. the right. side up and. talking. and at least their replying to these stories was ridiculed social media platforms flooded with mockery.
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you know if. i got. one i thought i had been and never see. me and. yeah i mean my going to. come up with a few i think. and i think exam and meditation on the in my head into the bottom of the what is right you know one of them. had. a home. and we. actually have the dog. pump that. i didn't love this i'm. not. going to love them so i had high stakes game of the day it's middle school and a couple off a bottle to hold up a lame also low side to the bar and a bad leg and i actually have my house so i say yes but the whole deal in
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the whole office the most coveted the most cattlemen kid was that there were two of the truth to it was so much this in the stuff we have to. offer had to call me totally i call sick and want to get on top i had. causing more often than not wish to see business and among them is always. interested when. i was in no one. i don't know why. i'm a know what we did you would have with you i'm with i haven't been as a mother you know the drill i say and not a lot of years ago i was at a dealership. and now my tenth to see us in the. can have been who want god to help and then basement to blow up the national headline and they have sued dia and they had him on his own and head into the hill you know to grow like you know i'm on oh and you can my being an economic system and yeah and the loss of
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a son dominican from the sea i think that just so we're sure not been of another moon why would one what is really key. service of i was i wouldn't go from there to top of it and the net had to serve the you know and then i had to tough love that's a loyal hobby of outlets and i keep it so i hope you can i say logic and when it's not it leant on a reality show deal and some of the fellows or some of the other the other certain you know you're this one in the deal but what i think that tell you what i want is that you don't blow today and keep a few well loved and i'll be maniacally going and so to suffer would have to look well i didn't want to have one that's a mile off. sort of the moment on a call insert deal we'll call the susie up and add the na so yes i might add the health food selection of all the home oh joe never had no hit in the end they all called and day i want to fun and you will get paid to hate. sort of a little while you got a legal enema bill it is. but
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he loves it and it had kind of long gone we know what i should tell you and then i'll follow but there's a lot of the fellow all the. little i look alike somebody's body and so i had a lot of about enough must limit yes that's a little market but it will be a moment so that's rather very odd. on i'm a celebrity is one of the cut that is most. comedians and playwrights. he was so outraged by how the crisis was ruining relations between thought and its neighbors that he ended a long hiatus to write a series of satirical sketches he titled what's happening he directs his satire and what he sees as the absurdity and the blockade. of the hospital for a lot of but one on. the
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show. and been in the house or been. then you can just cut. down what started as a series of sketches on you tube quickly became popular gaining over two million hits it's. now my. thing my company's standards that's the equivalent to going higher. but they're making is that the house. rules passed by the doing and the had in that punish people with prison sentences and fines if they express any sympathy for me no wonder when i do go out of my nose when i love men that i do them. but then i'm not taking this law so now i'm becoming earners are very good at the gruen because their own home to get all given our number i mean it
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would lead them to get their own canoe come to mean your own admission it is a good job market the old lady the mazak of navin. can or cannot do would you her eyes you have sold them and then. convert all the. money that out of an american. glissando hanum is now preparing his popular you tube show for a run at the has national theatre. he sees his political satire as a way to allow people to both lament and laugh at the gulf diplomatic crisis an epidemic. of. any kind of trouble of whether the shuttle. mission is sealed and what so
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a whole of us will have them and as much about on it as well i can now the whole. legal q. ok. no country has done us that would let them have. they so often as i don't and can work it out in finland do not go to. a world of hog. in. the can walk and finding a couple of pot we are legit i would go infinitely. and then on a night it was in an asylum and my hundred four. hundred one at the end i'm ahead of the bad. luck and have been head of it can be a fairly late values get out of. god in the. long run and has been able to mock what he sees as the absurdity of the crisis for
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others it's a little more difficult. to know what you have. always . and i knew did jenna and has to stand now off are afraid they may be forced to leave copout. their mother is called buddy the father. their parents divorced when and are nude was four years old she and her siblings still a cottage with their mother. the governments of saudi arabia bahrain and the u.a.e. told the citizens to leave or face having their citizenships revoked everything we are or aren't at least from what we remember in qatar our memory is our friends our family so to be forced to leave would just be our fault.
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i don't think i can imagine that happening but if you know something all of your life you've done something different it's very difficult to write. and the nude studies medicine at weill cornell a branch of an american university. one week after the crisis began her mother received phone calls from people claiming to be from the bar in the embassy. they said ellen nude and her siblings would have to return to behead him if not their passports would be revoked. in all gulf cooperation council countries citizenship is passed from father to child that means that the nude and her siblings face a dilemma to leave their mother and home or potentially lose the only citizenship. they gave us of the time i think fourteen days or two weeks to go back to. our if
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they were member in really scared straight like counting down days and like ok what is our option if we did that what would happen charge occasions so well we've been able to continue and just gets you know a spiral negative thinking affected us psychologically more than anything. but it's family is not the only one in this predicament more than six and a half thousand companies citizens i'm married to a mirage he's saudis overheard a nice. wildfire that has maintained that they were welcome to stay it took considerable pressure from human rights organizations for the blockading countries to even begin to reconsider their policy. but still they kept pressuring best citizens but then later we got another phone call saying the exact same thing but they just sent out news saying that it was ok if you had an leave that they're not going to force us and then they call again so it will be the same threats.
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the rest is going to give talk person so it will be here sitting. there playing with people's emotions they think they can control and get what they want through manipulating the weak and what while at least what they felt were the week. there were realize that people are going to speak up that people have a voice that social media makes the world saw what smaller than they are it's only . there is no tradition of protests and demonstrations and. the students have found a way to have their voices heard on social media. and visits by artist a comment in mali at a doha arts college is an opportunity to get the message out so here i am with the artist the two methods so i go. into this killing could not win so leave the small school for now please leave the. psionic.
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leave it to linen in the sunshine otherwise devoid of can be so welcome if you could lead to a good love and the thank you but the hey what you can. med's message has become part of the landscape. the emir's go trait is everywhere on billboards buildings and is displayed on most businesses. including at this popular fast food concession which happens to have a u.a.e. based distributor. and has not had a definite deadline was it. then and if they did a number of the hudna. then it's
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a loon arbet lee has proudly put up to me as portrayed beside the food hut in full view of her queuing customers. the blockade has had a severe impact on her business she used to have four tornado potato stands in the city she now has just one even with the downsizing she struggles to find the basic ingredients and materials to keep the potatoes frying. but it's how the blockade is impacting her family that has lead to a most distressed. mental state so what are foreigners either well aware that. help them with their work through the right mind that i've got more to read their words and i literally turn to the birthday girl been a whole bizarre charlatan as one of the guys that are suddenly going to kill. more of the. hearts and have their hearts are going to him dad was a and there's a lot with though it sounds natural to some probably age well i guess so it gets
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i'm going to get any of us to therapy to get there i will go get it eventually but i have to go to also my hell it was a great hall but to get that much to get them pretty it's way to if they don't want to get the second or third one we had lived in had them a little bit recalled to. the had been held more than the going to get that in. the work of one of the most but it didn't totally. and it hopefully we'll get into territory where the cult of winter i'm in the well but it's been noted that the first to kill him it will come out because i. made it cool bought a croissant of a solid and the message was simple sought. to get good sort of old wood or limber isn't let into the hornets eliminate much damage but with the last one i will have . to come a lets say i did then a little bit about to go get to be able to. really suddenly custody any loon
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one has family connections throughout the gulf region but those here in a more than willing to chip in to keep the business running the films can only be bought out. can you go to a bar none the lucky little that in the book in money can buy at a sell plus a common would amount to also model must the muslim guy. that at the end of it to be a bit of an unlimited is the agent. they wasn't there was a lot of them and on about an hour about the death of a good lad let them in the car. out of the only. way you're going to but i did it and i almost. have sudden. the sanctions imposed by some of its neighbors may have split families and left some businesses struggling but the seed has galvanized patriotic feelings among other things. it's a patriotism that is on full display as the enemy of chefs and i mean how the funny
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returns to doha from his trip abroad. account that he is a boy and that they can ride out the embargo placed upon a small nation. while the blockade may have impacted the country's economy but has been busy seeking new trade routes while at the same time working toward self-sufficiency in many areas. economic and political sustainability will depend on how the small gulf nation continues to respond. why would they not get the it up. they mostly to. blame is. on the nineteenth of december twenty sixth mahmoud hussein was detained by the egyptian authorities he remains behind bars without
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a trial al-jazeera world investigates his case and media repression in egypt journalism is not a crime this time on al-jazeera. the nature news as it breaks thing is a since all of the news hoped with the president to enjoy is why it feel with details coverage they are dull to distractions that appear to be hurting president trump's ability to manage the mideast peace crisis from around the world over one hundred thirty one thousand people are registered in the south korean database first separated family. in two thousand and eight raggy omar traveled across the united states discovering what it was like to be both a patriotic american and a devout muslim can you be muslim and american you hop to be american first i
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didn't have much appreciation for why it would be a big deal that a muslim would be elected to the united states congress but ten years on mort has changed rewind islam and america at this time on al-jazeera. you're watching al-jazeera i'm still raman here in doha these are all top stories police affected people in fact of factors by gun violence in the u.s. have expressed that anger at a meeting with president donald trump at the white house now trump had been told to take out tanks into changing gun ownership laws i'm very angry that this happened because it keeps happening nine eleven happened once and they fixed everything how many schools how many children have to get shot it stops here with this
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administration and me it's i'm not going to i'm not going to sleep until it's fixed trump says he supports the idea of arming teachers and school staff this would only be obviously for people that are very adept at handling a gun and it would be it's called concealed carry where a teacher would have a concealed gun on them they'd go for special training and they would. be there and you would no longer have a gun free zone gun free zone to a maniac because they're all cowards the gun free zone is let's go in and let's attack because bullets aren't coming back at us now the head of the u.n. has called for an immediate halt to attacks on syria's eastern ghouta saying that civilians the a living in hell on earth syrian and russian air raids have killed more than three hundred people since sunday also dozens of schoolgirls all feared missing following
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a bucket around attack on a school in northeastern nigeria there are conflicting reports that some of the girls have been found and rescued after escaping the assault in the state in twenty fourteen boko haram abducted more than two hundred seventy girls in the town of chibok.
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well you. got a bit of a with but i think so. i'm going to vote but one of the. authors longboard a highway a once busy thoroughfare now almost as barren as its surroundings. the small arabian gulf nation is the target of a blockade from its neighbors and historically closest allies.
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saudi arabia the united arab emirates. and egypt have cut diplomatic trade and travel links with qatar. they close their airspace to cut that he. and others only land border was closed by saudi arabia on local be that in order to get the other thought if you have both i mean i would not only that but of one lead out with the mother made out well look here. with the loved ones that i have defended i've never . heard of one but as someone i know that go well it's all of what i was out there got from one of the russian pop try and his living driving trucks loaded with building materials across the region's borders the crossings were relatively trouble free until early june two thousand and seventeen. with the build up. and for the other driver. of time. for the going
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to vary from the very best to know live it on a very. good hour said. i love mom but it reported. revenue from a lot of people never i don't know what i was growing up without a little. russian move to qatar from nepal in two thousand and ten and has been driving for and father transport and trading company ever since. the company's success has come largely from transporting goods back and forth between neighboring countries for over twenty five years. they started with only five trucks today they have over one hundred fifty. and how much always shifts father
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a pakistani was one of the company's founder it's. also lost a moderate brass board surge that was made up to look at ninety percent of. the focus do you see got aboard shipping. the word them spoke for you. hope of a quick resolution to the gulf crisis faded as the months went by with no solution . like many other businesses in qatar they had to adapt the company was restructured their focus now is on local transportation to and from qatar seaports . would be from there to your different. specification jade almost ninety five percent. remotely for a good enough. or. border training ground he already. paid him his business may. have basically if you
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be gone make it back will not be a brass board mayorga because the general. your me the model of. your daily business bear. almost eight hundred to nine hundred bucks a. job order to learn board. by board. but won't. believe what. they're going to get in your local. business amount financially a month before it got. to your hundred percent clear down was going to be the good only go to. this is the only border crossing between qatar and saudi arabia the once busy junction is now
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desolate. the economically integrated gulf cooperation council made good but highly dependent on neighboring countries for resources it lacks in timely resources that are no longer making the crossing most critically food. reliance on imports before the blockade almost half of its imports came from saudi arabia and the u.a.e. . the blockade meant that could not face the risk of food shortages. the government put in place some quick fixes such as flying in produce from countries like iran and turkey but the high transportation costs made this unsustainable. some local businesses saw an opportunity to grow literally. this is one of python's largest commercial farms. fourteen types of tomatoes eight
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varieties of panthers full kinds of cucumbers as well as papaya as melons strawberries and mushrooms are grown have. measurement near. twenty four seven while to a. modest war i like an item about a sour i shall cheer him second. item of data set out. to type them into free will quality to talk about a three. mile mile or a lot of harder to. say. i felt a bit how did i want. this family run business has interests in construction real estate as well as education. they also produce thousands of tons of fruit
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vegetables as well as an assortment of meat products each year. the blockade forced them to restructure their production and distribution. they changed their focus to local needs and that meant expanding and fast. the missed but it was a lot. about but if you don't share your data and add new. intelligence. by the item you are actually in. yanni a bar from the. list that you know most about a bar and guardsman. well sure but. didn't they were just. so severe. yes but then if it was out of an associate what does a year because of clinton does and then i was lucky to live. in
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a bit of. what they did mistrust so here is what i can come to learn kenyatta could be all right we need a tough year. when. and if you're him and i was there. noone judges or shekel. and. check it but he when he done it and i assume you know just not his that what he said is that i've been a foreman in the. aftermath and kind of son runs the agriculture division. he makes no effort concealing his pride and what the company was able to accomplish despite the blockade and others harsh conditions he sees even more growth in the future i know i thought i was but i thank the fuck up but i don't think i
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i think that thank you for me thank you and i think yes thank you but i'm good that i did so but now i can and its upkeep i did but we have. here but given the fact that i should not come back i let folks know when the bombing accepting of stuff not that. you need a minute bob but i want to come in the flood you have to but don't but i feel like i know i get my cock up i can deduct that leave when i'm done but i want to leave as that is still going on the data i get on the stuff good stuff i think i just like to be much like you thank you that's the funny thing the feeling all good that you think i want to have but i think i'm adult i want to just live on the fifty five so that would be. much but that's the fun the follow that what they live
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listening to hear that like junk mail but i think i just. know says brother the head is in charge of the company's meat to the. doctor here to. the factory is barely able to keep up with local demand since the blockade but. he still has plans to expand. not just the company's factories but also its markets. a little micro a second and most of what i do but i was never want to put up with the camel and we're suddenly there were. more. than a good honest ok we're. ok we're back a stance ok we have. the world been. very. aware of this to fight this with. my mind i don't. know if you.
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could leave it there we're just. going to get government house we'll get to your mental. well when mark can move to the can and do images so i won't hear mambo. millet how the little learn nish where you're timid i don't hear you're stupid think if you learn not to make a living how the act committed. you don't stop but. the. lesson i learned had but. that the result. of a. yak that i'll build up
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a little bit in the fact that. patriotic songs won't driving our tonic filleul are basically the blockade is making has spend more time than ever on the roads looking for new supplies fast food business. a lot of the men want to run the. business coming into. the. show because that allowed them a. hell of a month but. i stuck them on a family and beer. or thank you and then back up another so in about the but up that has any of it in hello mogul and now the. sort of business coming out of that and just talk. about the sure. a show has let it go for non of that i will than not so much get into south my.
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mum up to avoid this i. missed it. i said to him when i'm. up ahead with the could. have even the main ingredient remained easy to source. of potatoes kept rolling in unaffected by the blockade. but everything else became a struggle. you
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know what was supposed to focus locally to find new supply and other key components most importantly spices. rather than some of them on. the flavorings how customers crave the right mix is critical. medically are not bad must. be able to then and there are photos unless you let us see. we had thought. i would.
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be even without them in school as a little. going to stop them why didn't. i because of them and to also my child you have seen with an awful bump of stick well and. not caught in the chips or. alleges i'm in a lucky bad assad been at it but a second person is ten minute without a. college where i live but the deficit. in the. sort of money. that. you get in the nothing. to be a million votes in the room just to have them a. month is enough for
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a nam going on for how hot summer you have an. alibi the how are. you then and the next or how does a miss scalia back in the cloud. there was a lot of how thought that has done him have thought there were things i mathis are left out even if i suppose i may not that but if i had canal of brandy to put it with him i'm going to have said to him with as you have. not been out of this way yet to the moon on a bit off the straight and so on and i lament ending money. and a lot of the alameda god didn't have a name but i had to let his out what i love with a bunch of jack no but it meant that in my head the pinnacle of it and i.
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saw how to say in this off. as your me as a dumb as a walk on. and been in the city. and out on the bottom as much as possible for those mechanical. parts out of. the side with a coil. of been in the us. silage a little late but. i'm now thirty playwriting comedienne and in the sun is rehearsing for his new production. of the how do i know this is a lousy. he's turning his popular you tube series called what's happening into
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a theatrical production. every detail is being worked on. the message has to be clear. it's a story that can and is keen on telling right. for him like most other companies the separation of families is what's most painful about the blockade. in this episode set in kuwait he highlights this issue once again. go to go go out there if you are going to end the hour though i have heard or is a little out of hand when the logs are initial what the hell no more of them is your button well known image over the. years the lives are better well. hello well i'll call them. and of the good of evil calling at that
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hour but we'll call but with them it was. the design and is hopeful and working. very vital but less of a metaphor. remember if you will had gone are the horn was funny. or do it all with a particularly what oh well i'll take you for the most . noble. hawk a sorority. when show of concrete even carried in a high pressure hour an hour had. better here are a towel out i got out at the. hour i caught. sight
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of the how to load up all. my hand to mouth and monica mcneal had mocked me that i. have so dear. you see a. shot of the. moment. shall i hear him live it's. been out of sight in the last minute only animal a man had to get if i pulled. up out of my. real mother. up out i'm about to start up a about him and his. to
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go company of good can make the older than me even though i've been there and when it's going to end then your. current. condition is postponed because of the flu serves a. disappointment not just i'm not out on a girl how to. get out of hell is not acceptable at all what. they've been. there for. which is maybe ups and downs only can it's normal it's part of business i don't work out a. lot . and you've been awfully. generous.
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the people here have put on a brave face since the start of the crisis. they have celebrated the gains and minimalize the losses. the reality is the blockade has affected every risk. dentata one way or another. oh and the country itself has reasserted its sovereignty and enhanced itself for alliance. the blockade may well have changed. the.
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their weather does remain a little disturbed across parts of the middle east in a fair amount of clout just sliding across iraq and on into iran i would be the case as we go on through the next couple of days and the possible this is some time whether to say a few spots of rain there perhaps some longer spells of fright some heavy downpours coming into parts of iraq into iran the clouds gathering over kuwait as well the high that looks fine and try nineteen celsius in barry's home a touch warmer cigar wanted to fry to ship the last dry but still it's also wanted to show us maybe the old shark creeping into syria easing over towards northern parts of iraq northern areas of iran the cloud then pushing over towards afghanistan that cloud still there across northern parts of the arabian peninsula body can see a little bit of right developing here in qatar as they go on into the weekend first by ship a lousy try friday again largely driving is on the saturday and sunday we may see
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a few spots of right developing here percentage to the north of that anyway where you see this cloud you could see a little bit damp weather south of that it stays dry warm and sunny so dry woman sunny into the western side of south africa eastern areas still seeing more sharp showers with the temps just picking up to thirty three celsius in been and more heavy downpours to zimbabwe and zambia. the scene for us where on line what is american sign in yemen that peace is always possible but it never happens not because the situation is complicated but because no one cares or if you join a sunset there are people there are choosing between buying medication eating this is a dialogue i want to get in one more comment because this is someone who's an activist has posted a story join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera. it's the
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cheapest rail service in the deal congo the largest country in sub-saharan africa the swallow crosses half the country from lubumbashi to a labor. it's the only link between remote villages and the outside world. the swallow has been around for more than fifty years like a local bus it stops a virtually every station passengers clamber for remaining seats people cram into whatever space they can find. nearly two thousand people all together three times the officially permitted capacity for those who weren't able to find a place or who can't afford a ticket there's always the roof. travelers have to remain alert a lapse in attention could be fatal. the danger comes not just from above. even at the moderate speed of thirty kilometers an hour a tree branch can cut like a machete. the head of the september twenty fourth national election survey showed
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