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with regards to criminal terrorist organization the author is an inhabitant of carcass on. born eleventh of april one thousand nine hundred eighty two in morocco . and he was on the watch list since two thousand and fourteen known to the legal services he was sentenced by the court in caucus on in two thousand and eleven with one month's imprisonment for carrying a prohibited weapon and he was in two thousand and fifteen he was sentenced for drug possession with one months and prism and that was carried out indeed in august two thousand and six sixteen. in two thousand and sixteen and two thousand and seventeen he was the object he was. followed monitored by the intelligence services which allowed to clearly which did not show just
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supposed any terrorist acts you will of course be kept involved developments which are only at the beginning and thank you very much for listening in view of the of the that i can only accept two three questions in the recent very very recent events but only to three questions thank you. to. the person detained i can't give you any identity it was a member of a member a close friend who was arrested just a couple of hours ago. but i don't have any information to answer your question. and the fifty victims the hostages. the injured are they are the victims. we are there keeping
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psychological help yes yes. a specific facilities have been arranged is currently being set up in a very efficient a way by the. by the. the prosecutor's department no i didn't say i said the follow up. benefit the follow up in two thousand and sixteen by the intelligence services did not did not show any any signs that that could anticipate its intent. to commit action we will keep you informed and once again we're right at the beginning of the inquiry. i come on just the last question. so i. say he was on the watch list because he was practical eyes to me
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and because he had a salafist connection. to look the policeman who was. who was priests is very seriously injured and i don't have further information on the state of help or part of that he is the object of his and under appropriate medical care that's all i can tell you. other elements is. we've been getting more information on the attack which took place in southern france today just an update on the sequence of events there that a gunman hijacked a car shot at police took hostages inside a supermarket the paris prosecutor france following confirming that a terrorist investigation has been opened he said that the gunmen had been radicalized confirming he pledged allegiance to is still but that he had also been
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on the watch list for years that there was no indication of any imminent threat from him and one important piece of information is that there has been one arrest in connection to the attack of a close friend of the gunman he said brian looks back now at the day's events. the first reports suggested a drive by shooting targeting police officers pretty quickly escalated into something far bigger and more ominous at the super market on the outskirts of tribe there was a full blown hostage situation with an armed attacker claiming affiliation with. four nearby schools were put into lockdown as the police surrounded the supermarket . there inside the school about three hundred meters away and as news of the gun attack spread worried parents came to collect their children but found their way blocked. i can't even get into tabs all are in. french president emanuel was in brussels at the european council summit as news of the attack began
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to emerge he expressed his praise for the police response he forged a lot on. response until the new security forces intervened in an extremely fast and coordinated manner after what was first an attack against police officers i want to reiterate my support to all those who faced this situation. it's now understood the attack had three distinct episodes first in caucus on the gunman carjacked a white opel car shooting and wounding the driver and killing his passenger then still in caucus on the gunman shot and wounded one of a group of four police officers who were out jogging in the street it was only then that the gunman drove the eight kilometers to the town of trip where he attacked the supermarket killing two more victims there what's not clear is why he did it in the least. the terrorists name is red one. he was twenty six
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years old when it was known for petty crimes we had followed him but we think he was not very collaged he jumped to the asked abruptly he was already under surveillance that last detail regarding the surveillance is sure to concern the security and intelligence services paul brennan al-jazeera paris david press and very difficult shocking day there david what's the mood like now. mariam there was one extraordinary individual here who we spoke to and he said that he'd moved to try it after being in nice during the mass terror attack there and he just couldn't believe what had happened here and he wasn't the only one he's very unlucky to taste this tara twice but all the children at the schools
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nearby the supermarket behind me is close to three schools and you can imagine when the gunfire happened and the police started coming in the sheer terror on the faces of those people and the shock was still there when i drove through the streets a few hours ago standing around talking to each other holding each other it really was a terrible situation for them because the police were trying to keep people away from the scene they were trying to reach their children the schools in the the kids didn't know where their parents were you can imagine the situation it was absolute chaos and of course nothing like the terror inside that supermarket behind me when the the gunman came in and said he was a soldier or die i should know the word for i saw the so-called islamic state and then opened up with his weapon and sixteen people were injured two people were killed it was an extraordinary situation many people hit in one of the cold storage
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rooms in the supermarket before they found their way out and then the amazing story of the a colonel in the gendarmes who managed to swap himself for the hostages but kept his mobile phone on when the police heard the sound of shots and that was him being shot at by the gunman they were they ran in and they killed the gunman a shot him dead so you can imagine all this news is now coming out a lot of the people here have only just heard it for the first time from the prefecture and they are in a complete state. shock and this is a huge problem for the french security authorities how can they follow every single one who's on the list who might have been radicalized it's impossible toss for them but they reacted quickly and completely and very heroically here in trip. thank you very much david chaytor entrap with the latest.
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now another rebel group has agreed to pull out of just outside syria's capital damascus. controls territory in the southern part of the and place which has been under intense government attack for more than a month earlier this week fighters from the. agree to an evacuation the government is now targeting duma where a third rebel group continues to hold out so when the reports from beirut. there is no ceasefire here the pro-government alliance is bombing into submission the densely populated town of the northern pocket of the now divided eastern hooter enclave is controlled by the rebel faction. the russian military and the syrian government want the rebels to surrender negotiations have stalled i do not in particular demonstrate that there is still ongoing very active and
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violent histories and people continue to be disgraced there is really no safe place in a lot of these areas as well as report that they've been sheltering in underground shelters in basements that even have not been able to be limited from the violence syrians who aren't afraid to go to government controlled territory have been streaming out of duma for days numbers vary but syrian state media so they are leaving the besieged town in their thousands passing through the government checkpoint that. hundreds remain trapped in duma particularly those who fear arrest or even execution because of their role in the opposition they are demanding an internationally monitored safe passage to other rebel held areas. those people are wanted by the state for opposition related activities they include medical activists civil defense volunteers and medics the united nations says there are one thousand humanitarian and medical workers who are trapped in eastern huta with their families who fear for their future the government calls them terrorists
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accusing them of hiding behind humanitarian work the syrian army and its allies have recaptured most of the rebel controlled enclave in what has been one of the fiercest bombing campaigns in the past seven years the remaining towns in the southern part of the enclave are controlled by fila. that rebel faction agreed to what amounts to a surrender deal with the russian military it says it wants to end the suffering of the people at whatever cost that cost involves leaving their lives and homes behind . several thousand are being bussed from a town once controlled by after hour a sham fighters who are now along with their families on their way to the rebel held province in the northwest. become a place where rebels who agreed to hand over territory to the government are sent and more often than not civilians accompany them but it isn't safe it too is a target for the care of its armed forces which are vowing to recapture the whole
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country. beirut moving to afghanistan now at least sixteen people have been killed after a suicide bombing in the south of the country another forty people were injured after a car exploded outside a sports stadium in the city of lashkar gah or in helmand province of blast happened as people were leaving a wrestling game that was taking place in a stadium. human rights groups have accused the way back militias of ken mapping and torturing people in yemen some have suggested as many as fifteen thousand people could have been affected al-jazeera has spoken to the relatives of the missing who are calling for their safe return solomon reports. many in southern yemen are demanding to know where their missing relatives are and human rights groups are accusing militias which are backed by the united arab emirates of making arbitrary arrests in a dim and large. they say some detainees have been tortured and others are banned from contacting their families testimonies given to al-jazeera provide new insight
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into how young men are disappearing. i'm from tyreese i'm just ister of junior's abdul hamid nasser he was studying a college and we don't know his whereabouts for more than a year no one can find him money and hum the mother of photo cob the less than i he was arrested by a morality backed forces at a checkpoint in aden my son is seventeen years old he was the sole breadwinner after my husband died he went to him to support me and his five sisters after more than a year and a half of his arrest someone from the prison called me and said i'm doing you a favor talk to your son when i talk to him he said mother help me get out of here i'm going to die. you a military which is part of the saudi led coalition fighting hooty even yemen has repeatedly denied running secret prisons but for months detainees have been describing how they were abducted and tortured and. my brother. he was in the second year at the university of aden one day he came to visit us in thai is
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when he was returning home he was arrested we found out that he was in prison that there achmet and prison and you had a lot of time my brother. was working at a restaurant in the agency's shake off money area one day his friends called us and told us that iraqi forces brutally attacked him and arrested him we've been looking for him for a year and a half we urge the international community to help us look for them. the advocacy group called the mothers of a big d's association says more than fifteen thousand yemenis have either been arrested or disappeared and there has been an uptake in the matter in our arbitrary detentions but also in force disappearances across the country and by all sides to the conflict in the south. security belt of horses which are bad by the u.a.e. there have been very credible investigations into a vast number of secret detention centers where hundreds of men and boys are
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being arbitrarily detained and for months at a time without having any contact with the outside world the three year war in yemen has caused a complete breakdown of law and order especially in the south where militias operated beyond the control of the courts and the internationally recognized government in addition to disappearances and torture militia backed by the us are accused of executions and assassinations as well great groups a journalist clerics and high profile politicians have all been targeted at civilians are increasingly at the mercy of powerful on groups. some of a job with others or sell to california on the program peru has a new president after his predecessor resigned amid allegations of corruption in the diplomatic route over the poisoning of a russian spy deepens as they have a cold that sound that are in moscow.
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how i we've got moderate now pushing in too much of europe so it will turn somewhat warmer as we go on through the next few days it says every cloud pushing in from the south there so you always dragging out the other the higher temperatures and with that southerly breeze actually swirling around these areas of low pressure we saw a fair amount of the dust coming in across greece is the same in athens on thursday red reading skies as the sahara just moved in across the city will see that's a moderate continue to push its way further north which of these is be going through the next few days the temperatures will gradually nudge the way up sixteen celsius in essence thirteen degrees in rome at the same time a dragon in moderate from the atlantic a thirteen there in paris double figures for london that has some really wet
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weather pushing across spain and portugal to that western side of the middle mediterranean so the barracks seeing some rather stormy weather over the next day or two that will remain the case as we go through sunday twelve to gratian that is up towards the northwest and colder central areas looking fine to drive into double figures there for berlin and also for war so that wet weather around the western med that will push into italy easing back over towards grace but it should be somewhat dry and brighter to the east. in syria citizens are collecting evidence you know a lot of it built in charge of crimes committed against civilians moved out of syria in the six hundred thousand pages of material so that one day they can bring the assad regime to justice it puts a she would face on the charges it's a dead human face but it's
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a human tricks syria witnesses for the prosecution at this time on al-jazeera. welcome back let's update you on the top stories this hour three people have been killed in southwestern france when a gunman hijacked a car and took hostages in a supermarket the twenty six year old suspect has been shot dead by police and authorities confirmed that one other person has also been arrested a second largest rebel group in the syrian enclave of east and has agreed to surrender follows a deal that was agreed that earlier this week for rebel fighters to be evacuated from the town of harasta to the northern city of idlib and in afghanistan at least
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sixteen people have been killed after an explosion in lashkar in helmand province forty others have been injured the bomb went off as people that would leaving a wrestling match. and moving to brew lots in vickery until now the vice president has been sworn in as president this is all to congress except for the resignation of president pedre public the chin ski who quit to avoid impeachment of a corruption allegations that's now speech marianna sanchez who's in lima marianna what's been the reaction then. well mary on the reactor. it has been negative but right now people are not in the thinking of a bit about local teams anymore but that use precedent just to give you an idea. just a few weeks ago and already marked an opinion poll says that eighty one percent approve and this is not the name of the fat out of the spot on our. so that's kind of
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shows you how you use the political game into the political arena especially where the major players are here especially in congress he got a piece of this congress less than one year ago when he was removed from his post as transport minister and then he was sent to canada out of the room some back but they were there well now he came in he was well come in this congress with the family ovation and in his speech he said it was enough is enough it's time to turn the page he said and it's time to. to work in favor of the country now many already are asking how will he or where where really he be able to get the strings that he needs to counter this is a very powerful country because even though the congress ousted president putin
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scheme. he is. not particularly will support. but if you discover a because of when if would be more the case will be more the last two teens twenty months ago she said that she would. govern from this congress and that's what she's been doing all along so we'll have to see that's the big question how and how will my previous got i will get the strength to be able to govern with this very adverse congress. thank you very much mary on a sunday has and always has from lima where a new president has been sworn in. it's been reacting badly to an escalating trade war between the wildstein biggest economies china is edging the united states to pull back from the brink whilst also threatening to sap three billion dollars of tariffs on us and this comes off the president trying to impose sixty billion
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dollars worth of tariffs on chinese goods. from shanghai firing back china responded within hours to president donald trump's announcement of the tariffs beijing said it's planning to impose three billion dollars in tariffs of its own targeting one hundred twenty eight u.s. goods bound for china focusing on agriculture wine fruit nuts and pork products but also recycled aluminum and steel pipes this is china vowed it will not back down from a trade war while insisting the friction should be resolved through negotiations if the dispute continues china says it could damage the broader picture of cooperation between the world's two largest economies it's telling the us to pull back from the brink. it's a destructive move china and the u.s. so will trade leaders i think it's going to escalate gradually it will damage the economic relationship between the two countries and that will have
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a negative impact on the global economy both nations have said they're going to start legal action through the world trade organization here in china's commercial capital shanghai there's growing concern over a trade war with the u.s. they're worried about jobs in their worried about chinese businesses. so it may affect the employment in china since export is a big part of china's economy there's a lot of low an industry for the many people whose jobs are dependent on exports. so i watch a lot of news of course china will fight back but the point of doing business is that we both win it doesn't work if america is the only leader china has to protect its own too. the increased trade tension could prove to be a challenge for chinese president xi jinping who by a measure passed during the national people's congress earlier this month can remain as leader indefinitely a big trade war with the u.s. could slow china's rapid growth critical to his long term vision it's got harder
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al-jazeera shanghai the european union has recalled its ambassador in moscow as the diplomatic route over the poisoning of a former russian spy deepens even it is a backing britain's view that moscow is likely to blame for the nerve agent attack on sarah palin his daughter junia earlier this month but russia denies the allegations from. reports. first applauded by their colleagues staying behind then driven out of the british embassy in moscow perhaps never to return for many vans to the british diplomatic staff and their families to cash their flights home they were requires to leave by midnight moscow time a tit for tat response to the british government's expulsion of russian diplomats the u.k. says well working a secret spies the departure of the british and diplomats from the embassy here in moscow draws the temperature even further in this new and particularly frosty phase in the u.k.
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russia relationship longer than is proving successful in persuading traditional allies to back it up perhaps where some in moscow might have doubted its ability to do so the poisoning of a gay and yulia script all in the southern english city of souls brief featured high on the agenda at the e.u. spring summers in brussels british prime minister to resign may has been lobbying european leaders to blame russia for the strike that russia poses respects noble wishes and this is this is the stripes rafael users just write that here in the e.u. council we are standing together while pollsters fondues it appears the intelligence on the attack she says she's shared with european colleagues has convinced them that the british assessment is correct you know on this and i noticed with you that we had a long discussion but reached a broad consensus that all evidence points to russia big link to this attack and there's really no other explanation all member states agreed with this point of view and we will monitor the situation to see what happens next the british have
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shared their information with the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons and we will await their that. the e.u. has recalled its ambassador to moscow for consultations in brussels over the script . russia's foreign ministry which is trying to convince the world's that russia is the injured party here is protesting have the way things are going. the way you ever think we'd be great that instead of referring to international law the european union has preferred to go on the path of another on t.v. russian campaign instigated by london police transoceanic allies with an obvious goal to put another hurdle in the way of normalization of the situation on the european continent. it's not yet clear water happens next but various leaders of e.u. countries have confirms they're considering expelling russian diplomats to these are scenes we may see repeated in the days to come rory chalons how to zero moscow
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. five catalan politicians have been charged with rebellion and sent to jail by a spanish supreme court if issues include the former castle and parliamentary speaker car may for force adele and x. catalan minister jordi tural spain's top prosecutor called for the sentence because he said there was a high risk of them repeating their crimes going shopping or eating out in somalia has just become more expensive and many customers don't like it angry at the government for imposing a five percent sales tax the first and nearly thirty years the government says it's crucial to slog economic recovery from like a dish it why would a tells us why. mogadishu's lido beach is a sign of somalia's growing sense of optimism at its coffers with shaded table sit clients mainly middle mogadishu's welfare elite sipping expensive coffee but these days they're having to pay more for their food and drinks the government has just
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introduced a five percent sales tax for the first time in almost thirty years many are unhappy . i just paid three dollars of tax a year i don't trust the government they have missed my needs revenue from other sources including don't know if child this tax will not be different than the reaction of somali traders to the tax has been more dramatic. shops and stores in mogadishu spalling but car market which is a lifeline for the city and surrounding areas remain closed for days the traders were particularly and get by the governments and sisters that they pay the value added tax up front out of other settlement we had meetings with the prime minister in his finance minister to voice our complaints the meetings was inconclusive we then decided to shut our businesses in protests. businesses have since really opened signaling a fast round of victory for the government of the last we explained that there was no going back on the stacks and that it must be paid for the sake of the nation of
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somalia people relented and now more and more people are stepping forward to register for taxation government officials say live in you from taxes will be distributed across the regions of the country to fund health care education infrastructure and security tax collection is also a key condition for that relief for somalia from the international monetary fund and the world bank somalia are also around four billion dollars most with interest and penalties on nearly three decades all made to the former military government whose overthrow in one thousand nine to one plunged the country into years of lawlessness. that makes it almost impossible for mogadishu to access money from international organizations like the i.m.f. forcing it to rely almost entirely on aid for its budget with some some soft exist please these optimism drops somalia are my top i'm blocked on the road to solve reliance but in talks in
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a mission the. lives of almost three decades officials admit the policing a daunting task. we're going to. and the owners of a dinosaur theme park in the united states are in the market for a new trying to source rocks after watching their existing model burned to the ground a seven meter tall a lifesize animatronic t.-rex apparently smoldered for ten minutes before bursting into flames and a spectacular final despite for the paying public the owners of the royal court dinosaur experience in colorado blaming an electrical malfunction for their dinosaurs extinction by side was more in everything right here. is the address. quick look at the day's top stories now police in southern france have shot dead
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a man suspected of hijacking a car and taking people hostage inside a supermarket three people were killed several others are reported to have been injured and the authorities say one person has been arrested in connection with the attack the suspect named as twenty six year old red wine elect him born in morocco . we're meant to do to relieve. the man and to the supermarket by shouting allahu akbar and stated he was a soldier of eisel and ready to die for syria he was asking for the operation of brothers before shooting a customer and a member of staff they both died instantly the hostages were freed after police negotiations. at least sixteen people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack outside a sports stadium in southern afghanistan forty people were also wounded in the attack which happened in the city of lashkar gah in helmand province the blast happened just as people were leaving the site where they'd been watching a wrestling match. the rebel group. agreed to surrender an area in the south of
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syria's east and the evacuation of rebels from another group is also continuing from harasta the syrian army's assault to retake began a month ago has been one of the most intense attacks of the seven year war china has called on the us to pull back from the brink as fears of a trade war grow it says it will impose its own tariffs on u.s. goods if president trump insists on taxing chinese imports start lockets around the world fell following trump's announcement of the plan brews president has been sworn in martin this car is taking over after congress accepted the resignation of public which he resigned amid allegations of corruption the european union has called back its ambassador in moscow for consultations related to the poisoning of a former russian spy in the u.k. a unit has also backed britain's view that moscow is likely to blame for the attack
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on sergei scrip all and his d'orsay yulia russia denies the allegations though and says e.u. leaders are being drawn into an anti russia campaign instigated by the u.k. and the united states it up to date with all of our top stories up front is next and then more news after that at the top of the next hour. he's been visiting the white house and won plaudits from the u.s. media but his crown prince mohammed bin sold out of saudi arabia.


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