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to address a critical issue march on al-jazeera. where every. of the top stories on al-jazeera the syrian military is bombardment of peace and looks set to continue the u.n. vote on issue military and cease fire postponed until saturday while the four hundred forty civilians have died in six days of heavy on the rebel held and plave
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. james base has the details. all day frantic negotiations here at the united nations to try and get a security council resolution passed a great deal of the pressure on the russian ambassador vasoline who has problems with some of the language in the draft resolution drawn up by kuwait and sweden at one point the kuwaiti ambassador the president of the security council appeared with the other nonpermanent members of the so-called elected ten and he sounded upbeat we're still working on. the language on some of the but i did ask but we are almost there and we would like you know as have been holding as a president of the city council to thank actually the eaton for their support to a lot of votes and hopefully you are so close to adopt this illusion that today throughout the day votes were scheduled then perspire own meetings were delayed
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towards the end of the day the us ambassador nikki haley tweeted unbelievable that russia is stalling a vote on a ceasefire allowing humanitarian access in syria how many more people will die before the security council agrees to take up this vote let's do this tonight the syrian people can't wait but in the end the security council decided to postpone its vote until saturday this was the comment from the swedish ambassador i'm trying to facilitate and meaningful outcome of this security council so i can only protect what we're trying to do and that is to have a resolution adopted yesterday and now we have not achieved i find that extremely frustrating given what we are faced with on the ground at the end of the day the russian ambassador was chatting with his syrian colleague basher i'll jaffrey it's still unclear whether any vote will actually take place and whether
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a vote will pass what is certain is that the syrian government bombardment for now will continue. the u.s. has confirmed it will open its new embassy in jerusalem and may palestinians have condemned the announcement as provocative session in december to move the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem sparked protests around the world as president donald trump has repeated his calls to his in schools this after seventeen people were shot dead in a florida high school on monday trump also criticized the florida school guard for failing to enter the building see a security guard doesn't know the children doesn't love the children this man standing outside of the school the other day doesn't love the children probably doesn't know the children the teachers love their children they love the pupils they love the students doing it also from love now they have to be very adept i'm not talking about every teacher i'm talking about a small percentage but people that have great ability with weaponry with guns
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those are the only people i'm talking about but they'll protect the students the special counsel in the investigation into russian interference in the u.s. election has unsealed the latest charges against former aide paul metaphors and accuses metaphors of secretly paying former senior european politicians to lobby on behalf of ukraine and twenty twelve and twenty thirteen they will form a trump a great gates changed his plea to guilty on charges of conspiracy and lying to investigators in the inquiry and in the case he's willing to cooperate and provide testimony against other top aides here counsel present says the u.k.'s approach to the next stage of brecht's at negotiations is based on pure illusion don't ask said person was still trying to cherry pick its future relationship with the european union it follows reports of a breakthrough in bush's cabinet talks that u.k. prime minister treason made country retreats and has claimed responsibility for
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twenty car bombings that have killed at least eighteen people in the somali capital mogadishu. as all the headlines that is continues on al-jazeera. were we. can i was committed not out son is a. real. news vickie on the job he cares it's just the political thing going it will be over in a while and everything norman norman. what made this different was they targeted people.
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only a genie visual not a nasty or any other form go volition. 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 links with papa. saudi amorality and beyond 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
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network. that has done. all the 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
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gather along the has waterfront tony. have come to welcome back the emir of 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 a shift i mean in homage to fanny. the face of qatar's leader can be seen almost everywhere. 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 owner of all mob with an r.b.i. with the mouth over one shell of a lot of coffee and the 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 in mali the artist behind the portrait of kut then is immediately entitled to me mill managed to mean the glorious that the numbers. come up a child should. ask for a child a shepherd let me. sort of. live her meszaros thought. all this out for the have your place happy. with them which i. assume will happen because. all you could hear athletic make a move to the west to go to work for fear they live in
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a shuttle can walk another week here. i was not so much in this matter of. stocks of solar power across the turn we saw a mile or so then with we're starting out there are a lot of thanks again tarpley well i think there's a shift in what i think that there could be or it could. potentially proudly. that they are but they are. 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 in boy images and the harbor coffeeshop of an argument not
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a thing for social media to tell fierce enough charge to me to go. i mean every diet and as my whole i saw he saw it on the left and i got up but it's up to you to go on my own show your choice going to. your new york know and of out there like to mock about the opening of the file here to me. was enough to walk me to borderline one of your costs are good for both and i said look at the close as my own so. while there is no denying the hostility between the blockading countries and cop that the only shots being fired are in the media and from all sides. just new york to move the middle fairly easy that most people are probably here but yes my. guess is that the my father knew. that he and he said it
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will work. on a plot it look at you see here one asked me how the hell i do that with a bad name another when i hear. 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 i mean yeah i sat up and took a look at. what the king. and puppet at least the replying to these stories well. it's ridiculous the social media platforms flooded with mockery.
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i got it. was all i had then and never felt. i didn't fully yeah mommy. i feel like i was ok and i think exam and meditation on the in my head into the bottom of the want to join you know one of the. home. i'm actually. pumped that. i didn't love this i'm. not. going to love them all so i had. to any couple off the bottle to hold up a lame also low side. and
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a bad lead and i actually had my house so i say yes to the whole d.n.a. the whole office yasser must cover it up once got a woman killed it was said and then when two of the troop do it so much to sinister . cause you were off in the middle of the ship to see business and among one of them is always. interested when there. is a no one. will. 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 that didn't i say and not a lot of years ago i was at a dealership. and now months and come to see us and then they. can have been who want god to help and then miss many a bit but well i don't know single heaven and they have sudhir and they have him on his own and i mean it here ok i'm
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a little too full of you know i'm not on oh well and in can my being a dull mic placement yeah and the loss of a son and if she had been touched so when she had not been of another moon why would one what is really key. so i was myself i was a lot of i wouldn't go from there to top of it and the net has asserted you know and then i had to tough love that's a lie i was hardly about lights and i keep it so i hope you can i say logic and manasseh it on a reality show deal and some of the fellows are some of the other the other certain you know that this is really not a deal but what i think that tell you what one is and you don't some below today have keep what a lot has i'll be maniacally going and so to suffer would have developed well i hated what i have all that's on my left. side of the moment on a call insert deal will call the suzy up and add the na c.s. i might add the houses sell it and i'll go home oh joe not here and in the end they all call and day i want to fun and you will do it hate it hate. saw
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a little while you got a legal enema belittle it is. full of. but he moves it and it had kind of long gone we don't know what i should tell you and then i'll follow but there's a lot of the fellow all. look alike on somebody's body 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. and i'm a celebrity is one of a cut that is most important to act as comedians and playwrights. he was so outraged by how the crisis was ruining relations between puppet 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
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for a part of but about a. whole. minute doha sorbent. 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. day my company standards that's the equivalent to going higher. but they're making is that the. good there. larry you keep books. out. in this episode of what's happening canon ridiculous laws passed by the doing and the had been punished people with prison sentences and fines if they express any sympathy for
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mainline or on how they got out of my nose when i love them. but that i'm not taking this law somehow becoming earners are very good out of the gloom because their own home to good old dominion are no more i mean able to live and take their own love can only come to muran i do need. to get up muddy the old lady that. when i'm assured. or carotid you her eyes you have sold them and then leave them as can vary. the. only that out of no mild goodbye. hanum is now preparing his popular you tube show for a run at dawn has national theatre. he sees his political satire as a way to allow people to both lament and laugh at the gulf diplomatic crisis on
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a. whim or of. any. of. the shadowy. and lots or whole of us who have them and as much about on it as well like another hole in. our. legal q. ok. no country has done a sort. of i guess they said what a lot of them can look good in family not. a world of hog. in. the can walk infinite a couple of we are legit i would go infinitely it has. been a hundred now it was in an asylum in one hundred four. hundred one at the end i'm
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ahead of the bad. luck and have been head of it can be a fairly late values get up. a gentle kind of. name has been able to mock what he sees as the absurdity of the crisis for others it's a little more difficult. to know what you have. always . and i knew did jenna and has to stand no off are afraid they may be forced to leave copout. their mother is called buddy the father. their parents divorced when and the nude was four years old she and her siblings student 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
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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. i don't think i can imagine that happening but if you know something all of your life you've done something different very difficult to write. and learn 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 battery in the embassy. they said ellen newton her siblings would have to return to 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
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siblings face a dilemma to leave their mother and home or potentially lose the only citizenship. they gave us at the time i think fourteen days or two weeks to go back to. if they were a member in really scary this is like counting down bailing like ok what is our option if we did that what would happen charge occasions so well we've been able to continue it just gets you a spiral negative thinking and affected us psychologically more than anything. but alignments family is not the only one in this predicament more than six and a half thousand company citizens i'm married to m.r. artie's saudis over. while thought 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
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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 threat. the rest is going to have to talk person so 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 for 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
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a door how arts college is an opportunity to get the message out so here i am with the artist of tonight's survey. desk interview skills could not find some believe in small school or fanatically in a week or two for young. believe it to learn them in the sunshine otherwise devoid of can so. if you could but the flood to get them and get them off the field but behaviors. that. meds message has become part of the landscape. the emir's go trait is everywhere on billboards buildings and is displayed on most businesses.
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including at this popular fast food concession which happens to have a u.a.e. based distributor. and has not had a definite deadline what was it. then and if they did a number of the hudna. then it's a loon arbet lee has proudly put up to me as portrayed beside the food hut and 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. state so what if one is either well aware that. i hate them with their word to mind that i've got more to read the words and i'm going to turn to the birthday girl been
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a whole bizarre charlatan as one of my god that i was suddenly going to kill the killer or the. cause i'm good at mont and him dad was a and there's a lot with though it sounds nice with the something to which well i don't care so it gets i'm going to get any of us to tell him to get the i will go get it eventually but i have to go to also my little budget we're told but to get that much to get them pretty it's way to say that they don't want to get the second didn't want. them had the i'm a little bit recalled to. the had been held more than the going to get that in the . back of one of the most but it didn't also be. in conflict. and to tell me they were the cult of winter i mean the robot it's been the different to kill him it will come out because. it's cool but across all of the solid and the message was simple sought. to get good sort of all in limbo mustn't
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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 people to. really sit with custody in a blue 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 now and then look illiterate that in the book in money can buy at a surplus of 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. if there was a lot of them in on the battle not about the death of a good lad but the minute caught. out at the only. time of the year i'm going to but i did it and i'll miss. the sanctions imposed by some of its neighbors may have spent families and left some
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businesses struggling but the seed has galvanized patriotic feelings among us. it's a patriotism that is on full display as the end meet of chefs and i mean even one of the funny returns to doha from his trip abroad. but 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 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.
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in the heart of the amazon the libyan family has put their lives in peril to harvest brazil nuts. the french can sing the congo to the capital is an even more dangerous challenge. risking it tool live via the phone. at this time on al-jazeera. the nature of news as it breaks there is a sense of the new toeplitz of president enjoys quite a 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 a south korean database first separated family. in
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two thousand and eight 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 have to be america first i 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 what has changed rewind is now in america at this time on al-jazeera. i guess i'm laura kyle and all of the top stories on al-jazeera the syrian military bombardment of east and accept continues u.n. vote on humanitarian ceasefire postponed until saturday more than four hundred forty civilians have died and six days of heavy attacks on the rebel held and play
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of the u.s. has confirmed it will open its new embassy in jerusalem in may the city and have condemned the announcement as provocative citizen in december to move the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem sparked protests em palestine and around the world. just once ability for twin car bombings that killed at least eighteen people in somali capital mogadishu the first blast happened at a checkpoint in the president's palace and the second was in front of a popular hotel. here as president donald trump has repeated his calls to arm teachers in schools comes after seventeen people were shot dead in a florida high school last week trump also criticized the florida school guard for failing to enter the building see a security guard doesn't know the children doesn't love the children this man standing outside of the school the other day doesn't love the children probably doesn't know the children the teachers love their children they love the pupils
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they love the students doing it also from love now they have to be very adept i'm not talking about every teacher i'm talking about a small percentage but people that have great ability with weaponry with guns those are the only people i'm talking about but they'll protect the students the investigation into russian interference in the u.s. election has unsealed the latest charges against former aid paul manifold he's accused of secretly paying european politicians to lobby on behalf of ukraine in two thousand and twelve and two thousand and thirteen. meanwhile former trump aide rick gates changed his plea to guilty on charges of conspiracy and lying to investigators in the inquiry that indicates he's willing to cooperate and provide testimony against other top aides. counsel present says the case approach the next stage of breaks in negotiations is based on pure illusion donald tusk said britain was still trying to cherrypick its future relationship with the e.u.
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it was reports of a breakthrough in bush's cabinet talks that u.k. prime minister trees amaze country or treat checkers. there's i had lies as get you back now to cattle beyond the blockades. of.
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if you. go live. with but. i'm going to vote but one of the.
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authors of longwood 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. 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 the border was closed by saudi arabia on local be that in order to get together thought if you have both i mean i would not only that but of one lead i would mother made out look there. with the look up was that i have descended i've ever. heard of one but as i'm one of the go well it's all of what i was out there got from one of the russian pata drive and his living driving trucks loaded with
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building materials across the region's borders the crossings were relatively trouble free until early june two thousand and seventeen. there were no. and for the other driver i've got it out of time. that i'm going to vary from freedom to no later than the very. low one but it reported. from a lot of people never i don't know what i was growing up without a little bit of. russian moved to qatar from nepal in two thousand and ten and has been driving from father to 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.
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they started with only five trucks today they have over one hundred fifty. and how much always shifts father a pakistani was one of the company's founders. not have also lost a moderate brass board surge that was made up there like a ninety percent job. the focus do you see got aboard ship in. the war dumb stop or 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 . will be for the year different. specification. almost ninety five percent. remotely for
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a good enough. or. border training ground he already. paid him his business may. basically if you be gone make it back will not be a bronze board may. go as well as i mean you'll be the model. of. your daily base pair. almost eight hundred to nine hundred bucks. from a job order to learn board. by board. but won't. believe what. they're going to get in your local. volume business amount financially or more difficult.
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to model your hundred percent clear down was going to be they're going to need. this is the only border crossing between qatar and saudi arabia the once busy junction is now desolate. the economically integrated gulf cooperation council made up but highly dependent on neighboring countries for resources it lacks in timely resources that are no longer making the crossing most critically food. relies on imports for 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 the same sustainable. some
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local businesses saw an opportunity to grow literally. this is one of the times largest commercial farms. fourteen types of tomatoes eight varieties of panthers full kinds of cucumbers as well as papaya as melons strawberries and mushrooms are grown have. commercial money. twenty four seven while talking. with us war i like it i love my daughter sour and i shall cheer him seca. and then. to type interface with quality to talk about every. mahler i love couple i was. to say.
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about my mother i felt to be had that i want. this family run business has interests in construction real estate as well as education. they also produce thousands of tonnes of fruit 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. in this but it was. a part but if you don't share in your data and then add new. intelligence. by the item you are actually in. yanni a bar from the. new most. bachmann diversion. well sure but.
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didn't they were just. so severe. government does the vatican mazhar and if so share what of those near because of clinton persia and then silicon valley. and a bit of. what will admit. when i can cumberland county article bura we need to have your well. and then if you have been there a. new guy just be shaken. but be. chickie but he when he died he kind of some you know just went out is 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
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future i thought i. had to fill up in the afternoon it's lucky i did but we have. here but given the fact that i should not come back i let people know when the bombing accepting of the not at. me minute bob would put me out of the me in the pledge i have felt but felt but i feel like i know i got my cock up i can deduct that leave my mother that i wanted when i said this little girl we got the data i got the fuck up i think i just like to be much like you thank you that's the funny thing the feeling most good that you think i want to have but i get nothing i think i thought i wanted you to live on the fifty five so that would be. much but that's the fault of the father that was
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good but listen the kid like junk mail but i think just. nonsense brother the head is in charge of the company's meat to be. dedicated 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 market in the all my back and charlatan with that wealth that he blah blah or never want to put up for comment on war. suddenly there were. more. than a good honest ok we're. ok we're all pakistan's ok we are. the world. most are forecasting and i will listen very. much so. if i had this with a few years and my money i don't. know if you mean i.
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could live there we'll just have stuff. i'm limited and a good government house will get to your mental. well when mark can move to the can and do images so i won't hear mambo mark zogby american miller had little learn nish where year. i don't hear you stupid the computer ya know. how the act committed. you know i'm stuck but at. the bottom of the. lesson i learned about the bet. that the result. of well. yeah. i'll build up a little bit in the fact that. patriotic songs want driving our tonic filleul are
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basically the blockade is making has spend more time than ever on the times roads looking for new supplies fast food business. in. the. business coming in to me. but i don't really. held them up but. i stuck them on a family across. the beer. or thank you and another solely about the thought that has any of it in the mogul and now the. sort of business coming out of that and just talk. about this for. a show without it local and not that i will than not so much get in the south my.
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mom up to avoid this i. missed it. i said to him going to. the head with the could. really have even the main ingredient remained easy to source. potatoes kept rolling in unaffected by the blockade. but everything else became a struggle. to
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know what was supposed to focus locally to find new supply and other key components most importantly spices. and i thought of some of them up. the flavorings had customers crave the right to mix is critical. larry i had bought a semitic leonarda. but my side has sort of answered enough and she would be able to then and there are for the last year or less i see only her supplement to gee we had thought shakily could be. so shallow what i did.
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see even without them in the schoolyard is a loyal. bar until you can stop them where then the. machine. i was or what we call thoughts are with them and two are so mild you have seen with an awful bombastic well under. the bus and the magic had. to be done with how severe are not caught in the chips or. be done and alleges i'm in a lucky bad word genocide when i did but a second person is ten minutes they do it without a. limit but they just assume to have. been in the. middle of my. bed must. do to get in the not intended to be or when involved in the room had to stop them in the. winters and after a nam am i going to have a hot summer you have a headlock can and it is childbirth will bolster alibi the howard. there.
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didn't and the next a hard isn't it scalia back in the car. they were shot at how thought leader has. how about to work them as a matter shall i suppose i mean not that but here i had canal a bundle but even. a boy not been after this way yet to come up with after the show yet and so on and i lament in the money. and a lot of bill i'll immediately get didn't have and what i love and that has what i love what they're going to jack know what the month is in my head you know and i painted to look at them. sort of how to say it is on the inside as you me there's
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a dim as you walk on. and been in the city. and out on the coffin as more or less caustic movement as one of. the parts. of the sort of. the public. have been in the us. salit ya lisa ling. i'm now a qatari playwriting comedienne and in the sun is rehearsing for his new production . of the how a lot of the lies that. he's turning his popular you tube series called what's happening into a theatrical production. every detail is being worked on.
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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 our no i have heard or is a little out of hand woman alexander sure what the hell no more of them is your vet and well known image over the. years the lives are better well. hello hello problem. can men of the good of evil having a tell all but welcome all but with them it was. the design and is hopeful and
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working a very fine or less of a metaphor. remember if you will have gone are the horn was funny. or do it all with a particularly what oh well i'll take you for the most . noble. hawkish or witty. when she of concord even haley. had twenty hour an hour had. her there are eight hour i got out at the. hour i caught.
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sight of the how to load up or. my hand to mouth and on a chemical that mocked me that i. have so dear. you see i'm sorry it's. sad 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 of about that spot a couple of them and out of his.
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to go company of a good guy make the older than me even though i've been there and when the skinnier than your. current. condition is present because of the food service been a. disappointment not just i'm not out on a girl how to. get out of hell is not acceptable that's not enough for 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 want out of. the list. 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 rest. denton one way or another. and the country itself has reasserted its sovereignty and enhanced itself for alliance. the blockade may well have changed forever. i am.
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more heavy rain just lingering around the central plains of the us pushing up towards the great lakes long line of cloud here this has been in place for the past few days we have seen flooding in north of the border this is a sudden pots all voluntary and we have got flooding issues in place here as well states of emergency issued across central areas and pushing across the us into southern areas all of canada seem to stay wet as we go on through the next diot say . texas thinks some really big rain more heavy downpours there to reflect downpours coming in across arkansas right the way up into the ohio valley further west where we have got some snow spilling out of the rockies and into the northwest the
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pacific northwest can see more snow coming in here across the cascades it won't be quite as widespread as we go through sunday central parts of canada will see if it does thing of snow having said that through the northern plains edging towards the midwest and also into new england further south with that very heavy rain is pennsylvania and also into new york and still coming down into the deep south where the caribbean is find its rise and lovely weather coming through here throughout the cloud just bubbling up from time to time but for most it will be pleasantly warm some good spells of sunshine temperatures in kingston of twenty nine. five countries. four days. three thousand konami tents. to generations. one by. syrian
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refugees on a surreal jamie to sweet and. on the bright side. a witness documentary at this time on how dizzy you. with a big breaking news story can be chaotic and frantic behind the scenes. people shouting instructions and if you're trying to provide the best most accurate up to date information as quickly as you can. it's when you come off air on being seen pin you realize even witness history in the making. the environment doesn't know any boundaries what goes up into the environment goes around the world. pesticides are pushed on grounds that it's a very modern way to do. that we've made poisons the measure of progress the
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domestic population has become. the man from active enough to believe in your. circle of poison this time on al jazeera. this is al-jazeera. hello there are more of this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes. of those on a cease fire in syria at the u.n. security council.


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