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the similarities of cultures across the world. so many times when you call home i'll just bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you. al jazeera. i mean this is different whether someone is going for someone if it really does matter i think it's how you approach an individual and that's what it is a certain way of doing it you can't just buy a story and fly out. this is zero. this is the news live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes. around the world of course just walkin for north korea's announcement it will force nuclear
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and missile tests. doubt this makes greenlee hard working society everyone trying to make for the good of the state will take it to pyongyang with the first in a series of special reports from inside north korea. mystery in kuala lumpur as a palestinian engineer is ambushed and killed. and as the war of words continues between donald trump and his former. a western powers have welcomed north korea's announcement it will suspend nuclear and missile tests u.s. president donald trump called it very good news while european leaders say it is a positive first step but japan says it must lead to concrete action kathy novak reports from seoul. north korea regularly tested increasingly threatening ballistic missiles last year including weapons that could have the range to hit the
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united states in september it conducted its most powerful nuclear bomb test now north korea says those tests are over so it should chip we will discontinue nuclear testing an intercontinental ballistic rocket test firing from april twenty fifth. the north a new contest ground at the d.p. r. k. will also be dismantled to transparently the discontinuance testing it's welcome news for the us president who's planning to meet north korea's leader kim jong un within weeks donald trump tweeted north korea has agreed to suspend all nuclear tests and close up a major test site this is very good news for north korea and the world big progress look forward to our summit state media says kim jong un made the announcement as he chaired a meeting of the workers party central committee. a gathering to rubberstamp the supreme leader's decisions it was at
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a similar meeting five years ago that kim unveiled his signature policy to prioritize the development of nuclear weapons and the economy the message from the leader now is that weapons program development is complete and the focus will shift to the economy currently under pressure from a u.s. led sanctions campaign would you call kim jong un care a fight that now that the case position as a wall of level politico ideological and military power has been successfully established it is the strategic line of the workers' party to concentrate all efforts of the whole party and country on the socialist economic construction kim is apparently seeking to cement his position on the world stage following his meeting in beijing last month with china's president xi jinping talks with cia director mike pompei o in pyongyang and ahead of a historic summit with south korea's president monday and on friday south korea welcomed the announcement calling north korea's decision meaningful progress for
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the denuclearization of the korean peninsula the president's office said it will contribute to creating a positive environment for the success of the upcoming intercourse rian and u.s. north korea summits china has also welcomed the announcement while japan's prime minister was more cautious a lot of north korea's announcement is forward motion that i'd like to welcome but what's important is that this motion leads to a complete verifiable and irreversible dismantlement of north korea's nuclear and missile programs north korea's promise to stop weapons testing didn't go that far it pledged to never use nuclear weapons unless there are nuclear threats and you clear provocations against it kathy novak al jazeera soul. our diplomacy between the united states and north korea has gone through cycles of hope and disappointment before with pyongyang often breaking its agreements in two thousand and seven north korea agreed to shut its main nuclear reactor in return for aid it
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signed a deal but missed the deadline to dismantle in two thousand and eight it demolished a cooling tower a symbol of its commitment to ending its nuclear program two months later it refused to allow international observers to look at suspected nuclear facilities and the u.s. agreed to send food aid in two thousand and twelve after north korea said it would freeze long range missile launches but that ended when they fired rockets the following year and north korea because it's governing ideology do che or self-reliance and the country's nuclear program is a key part of that our diplomatic editor james bass was given rare access to the capital pyongyang where he found out more about the self-reliance philosophy. of the. welcome to pyongyang certainly the cleanest most orderly
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and probably the most controlled place i've ever visited. rush hour in the city yet the traffic is light the roads aquash although all of them a little unfair. there is no doubt this is an extremely hardworking society everyone striving for the going to of the stains this is how workers are center. revolutionary slogans flags and drums. in this city the portraits in the statues tell the story of this isolated nation run by three men all from one family . the grandfather and the country's founder kim il sung the father kim jong il. and the son the current leader kim jong un who told he's too modest to have mosaics made of him but he's everywhere on the state controlled media on television
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and in the newspapers. in the center of the city the tallest landmark the jew che tower jew chair your self-reliance is the governing principle of this nation of twenty five million people our guide explained it's not about self-reliance of the individual but instead that individual koreans must do all they can to make then mation self-reliant we are holding the self-reliance appled and if there were no good for lying in bed in the socialist power nation the death the main point and the nuclear weapons of course yes we made the nuclear weapons by our own effort there and technique is deaf the main point of the to take. for years north koreans have been told the nuclear program is something that will keep their country strong and that the us is their mortal enemy both are messages that will now need modification as talks approach under some of the stiffest international
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sanctions ever imposed north koreans say ju che or self-reliance is the answer. in the subway trains inherited from east germany a growing old handful of new carriages were produced in north korea we were told this seat was designed by kim jong un himself. it seems the leader takes direct interest in many areas of national life he made a visit to the main chute factory at the plant producing the korean national dish kimchi made of pickled vegetables we were told the air conditioning system was supervised by the supreme leader and as an old people's home we were told he was the architect of this staircase. such benevolence is of course matched by total respect kim jong un has never granted an audience to the international media he's
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never given an interview i got about as close as an outsider can get to him i was attending a performance of a visiting chinese ballet company in pyongyang when supreme leader kim entered the theater the crowd clapped continuously standing ovation with cries of horary hooray hooray it only stopped when he himself signaled with his hands that james al-jazeera pyongyang a us president trumps efforts to reach a nuclear agreement with kim jong un come as he threatens to pull out of the iran nuclear deal if he does iran's president says his country's atomic energy body is ready with what he calls expected and unexpected actions as an iranian made the comments on state television but did not elaborate on what that could mean european leaders have been urging the u.s. not to abandon the twenty fifteen pact under the deal iran agreed to curb its
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nuclear program in exchange for sanctions being lifted international inspectors in syria have collected samples from the scene of an alleged chemical attack in the town of doomer two weeks ago a follows a week of delays as the team from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons has tried to visit the site france has blamed the delays on syria's ally russia government forces are accused of dropping a chlorine bomb on the area on april seventh the world health organization says more than forty people died from exposure to chemicals after the attack. the u.n. secretary general has again said there is no military solution to the syrian conflict and tanya good tears were speaking as security council ambassadors arrived for an informal meeting in sweden to try to find common ground. by six we. need in syria essentially to see first to understand that there is no military solution to the solution is political we really need to find
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a way to give lessons to the violations of international law to use of chemical weapons since you need to find the way we need accountability exists we cannot go on living with impunity in relation to water to use clearly a war crime that's true there is a spirit from the face of. a saudi arabian security forces say they shot down a toy drone near a royal palace in the capital riyadh. a video posted online appears to capture the sound of gunfire in the area officials say king sandman was out of town of the time of the incident an investigation is underway yemen's hooty rebels have previously tried to fly tried to fly bomb carrying drones into saudi arabia. or the family of a palestinian teenager in malaysia says he's been killed by the israeli
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intelligence agency mossad how mass confirmed university lecturer fed the bush was a member of the faction there's been no israeli response to reports. this is to an identified gunman opened fire at. the thirty five year old palestinian engineering lecturer was ambushed as he was walking to was in nearby boss in the capital kuala lumpur colleagues of the university are shocked and he's been by the killing so we don't see any thing dangerous we human or the only thing that we can see of this. and the only thing that could be is because of his expertise in his field of electrical engineering a neighbor told reporters that he saw two european looking man nearby shortly before the shooting their family blame israel for the killing. of.
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the israeli mossad is to be held responsible for that because the israelis can't tolerate any well educated arab and particularly palestinian mentality israel considers any well educated distinguished arab or particularly palestinian figure as the real big threat for israel. how mass which controls gaza said was a member of the palestinian group has repeatedly blamed israel's spy agency mossad for targeting its members including into his yes it is an expert in joan technology was shot in his hometown. in december to resume police said the killers of one. posed as foreign journalists how mass said he was instrumental in developing drones and was a command of its armed wing. brigades. are
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the european union is calling on israel to refrain from using lethal force against an armed protesters four palestinians were killed by israeli gunfire on a fourth consecutive friday of demonstrations on gaza's borders they include a fourteen year old boy the youngest victim of the protests which are calling for palestinian rights to return to their ancestral lands berner smith went to meet his relatives. that's right there are you had dreams for her some most mothers a good education marriage children. but a bullet to the had from an israeli sniper means this family now has to bury fourteen year old mohammed are you along with those dreams. while there are no hard alice says and. i used to tell him one day are living conditions will improve political divisions will and i had been pushing him to continue his studies despite everything. mohammed was protesting near the gaza israel border fence at easter on
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friday. if he was throwing stones they probably weren't very big. this family video from last year shows mohammed at the zoo he slight aged just thirteen here it's hard to imagine six months later he posed a serious threat to the israeli military. death prompted an unusually strong reaction from the u.n. special coordinator for the middle east peace process nicholai martin off said it's outrageous to shoot our children how does the killing of a child in gaza today help peace it doesn't it fuels anger and breeds more killing . a former israeli military spokesman responded please go to gaza engage hamas and get them to stop sending people to defense stop palestinian incitement and organize riots at the border and donald trump's advisor to the middle east stepped in a full investigation by israel of mohammad are you to death is underway as we mourn the tragic loss of a young life we must all resolve to avoid causing more suffering by responses to
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his death. mohammed's father says he couldn't stop his son joining the protest for palestinian rights doesn't. he was always smiling always teasing to me his father who was not a kid but to brave the whole neighborhood loved him never said no to anyone he just want to see our original delusion israel. was buried the day he died the youngest victim so far of the palestinian great march of return burnet smith al-jazeera gaza how we got plenty more ahead on this news asked south africa's president appealing for calm off the days of violent protests in northwest province . the fight for water in the occupied territories palestinian pharma say israel is using it to force them off their land. and basilan off crown kings of spain off the way in their first trophy of the season joe we'll have the details later in sports
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. so that's still ahead but first u.s. president donald trump is accusing former f.b.i. director james comey of leaking classified information in his memoirs comey has been promoting his new book in which he portrays trump as quote an ego driven liar komi was fired by trump last year as the f.b.i. investigated alleged russian meddling in the twenty sixteen u.s. election. trump tweeted james combs memos are classified i did not declassify them they belong to our government therefore he broke the law additionally totally made up many of the things he said i said and he is already a proven liar where on memos on clinton lynch and others why do jocasta joins us now from washington saudi what are these memos about
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he has i'm so there's a lot to unpack here but we go back to james komi when he was still director of the f.b.i. he wrote these memos in the early days of the trump administration documenting the private conversations that he had with trump in person and over the phone komi says he wrote this all down immediately after these meetings because he was troubled by some of the topics that trump broached two requests in particular courting to komi trump asked him to drop an f.b.i. investigation into a senior adviser and the president according to komi asked him for a pledge of loyalty now reminder this is as komi was leading the f.b.i. that was investigating possible russian meddling in the elections komi refused to pledge his loyalty and was soon fired by trump then after his firing komi shared two of these memos with a close friend who then released them to
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a reporter komi says he did this with the intention of hoping to provoke a special counsel investigation into the trump administration and that is exactly what happened today with robert mueller that special counsel who is investigating possible collusion between the trump campaign associates and russia as well as possible obstruction of justice by the president himself has them and what is trauma hope to gain by discrediting the memos. well if you look at that tweet again that day today he said that the special counsel investigation was established based on an illegal act that act teaser furring to is komi sharing the contents of the memo and in trying to discredit the memos trump is also trying to discredit the special counsel investigation which has caused him many problems both both personally and politically but it should also be pointed out that also today trump tweeted that these memos show clearly that there is no collusion and no obstruction
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so what we have here is mixed messaging from trump on one hand he's holding up these memos as credible evidence of his own innocence while on the other hand he's trying to discredit them by saying that they were leaked illegally have them all right heidi castro in washington thanks for that our republican strategist joe watkins joins us now from philadelphia he is a former white house aide to president george h.w. bush thanks very much for being with us so let's talk about president trump first what does it say for public faith in these important institutions in the united states like the f.b.i. like the justice department when you have a president and his surrogates as well constantly attacking their attacker to the end and accusing them of political bias. well it's meant of course to build up some sense of distrust by the public in these institutions and this is
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rather unprecedented we haven't had u.s. presidents in the past attack these institutions within government so only these investigate investigative institutions have not ever been attacked by a sitting u.s. president so this is something new for our country. at the same time i'm not sure that everybody is buying it despite the fact that there are these almost daily attacks on the integrity of the f.b.i. and on its leadership and on the department of justice i think americans for the most part still have a great deal of confidence in those institutions and what do you base that on. based on the fact that for the most part the president is trying to message his base he's got a very solid base of maybe about thirty percent and that base for the most part agrees with him on almost every issue and they're the ones that will buy the fact that the certain leadership in the f.b.i. is against the president or that certain individuals at the department of justice
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have it in for the president and that's why he tweets constantly about them and does all that he can through his tweets of course to discredit them or to diminish them but at the same time i don't know that the majority of americans are led to believe that james komi or that the top officials in the just department have done anything wrong i think that a majority of americans would like to see this investigation by a special prosecutor muller reach its reach its course and do so in its normal time so from that standpoint i think that americans still have a great deal of faith in the justice department a great deal of faith in these investigating in institutions and on the outside james comey has has plenty of detractors among both republicans and democrats and when when he writes this book giving his side of story and using the book tour to say things like that that he believes trump is morally on fit to be president among other things now that's his opinion and he's entitled to it and many people would
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agree with that description but in doing that hasn't he given his critics an opening to coal him in part isn't rather than a law enforcement official. i don't think so remember he's the same guy that announced just a couple weeks for the election that he was opening that there was an investigation of hillary clinton he's somebody who was a registered republican until just before the election so i don't know that he'd be accused of being so terribly partisan one way or the other in this book that he's written and i think people forget who james comey is he's actually a very thorough lawyer he's a lawyers lawyer he's somebody who served as the united states attorney for the southern district in new york and then after that was the deputy attorney general of the united states before because named being named to head up the f.b.i. so he's somebody who has had a distinguished career as a lawyer before being named to head up one of the nation's top investigative
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institutions so he's got a very solid reputation and a great deal of credibility with a lot of americans and at the end of day is this book going to change anyone's mind do you think i don't think it'll change the mind of a president from his base i think president's base will think that it's just another attack on the president's character but for the most part i think it clearly sheds light for many americans on what happened in certainly those early conversations in the early days of the trump presidency which are fascinating to read and i'm sure will will selling james james komi a lot of books good to speak with you thanks very much for your time joe watkins thanks for having me now south african president cyril ramaphosa has aas the people in northwest province to stay calm as he holds more talks with communities that to try to end the violent protests that erupted this week protesters are demanding the
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resignation of a provincial leader who's accused of corruption and delivering poor local services catherine sawyer reports from my cane. pinky being more cause baby is feverish she inhaled gas when police and protesters clashed but health workers in public hospitals are on strike and can't get help. to her mother's house in the city to give path because life is more difficult in the rural area where she leads a can take measure to by looters because. there comes the lies and those political things they pose as the things that they did not deliver you understand they didn't go there and get the build their houses and give people jobs when the jobs come from the government they dig people. a frustration is are shared by many people in this region and that's why the two to the street i believe
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they want better public services from the local government houses and shops they also want the provision leader to step down saying he's failed to do his job now also corruption allegations presidency says he needs time to hold more talks with the aggrieved communities and the provisional didas life is returning to normal in my hand but many shops remain closed people say they will wait for the outcome of consultations the president asked for but they also tell us that they are in place and for answers and won't wait too long. though many of the grievances are generally in the protests time violent rowdy morbus band lies to buildings and looted. little just to come over to traders like a clean one tar are devastated everything in his shop was a the stolen or band this was his home too i don't want to know on that hopeless
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you can see what. i don't want money to remove it is that this is not easy to remove that it's not easy you can't replace reason some people say politics in targeted revenge attacks got in the way of what with supposed to be peaceful demonstrations. and have family tallis this is the result of pent up anger catching. mike kang south africa all right time for a quick break now but when we come back on al-jazeera we meet the women in yemen who refuse to let the civil war stop them learning to read and write. plus do you love me airports so much that you've always wanted to bring home a piece of one in that case as a sale you won't want to miss. and later in sports tennis world number one rafael nadal is a win away from a record extending ever title in monte carlo that's coming up with just.
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how it was snowing in colorado less than twenty four hours ago this swirling mass of cloud was the cold shower that's dissipated and this will continue turning on its way through the southern plains in particular where it'll produce significant rain i don't think is particularly tornadic but significant rain is possible we haven't seen the end of the snow although you see nothing at the moment by the time we get through to monday as more for his you can see in the northern rockies it's not over yet but actually the contrasting temperatures at the eastern seaboard for use in canada from just four or five days ago i mean this is a proper spring this significant right a big circulation for georgia and through florida and this large piece of flooding from that i think. at the same time we've had some fairly big showers show up of the cuba jamaica the bahamas and his spaniel they are repeatable i expect to see
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them on by sunday or monday not everywhere obviously but the potential is there and the on shore breeze is also producing rather more showers through panama and costa rica in the next couple of days to the south so that well the rain sort of runs up as how to get to southern brazil but we have seen some big showers recently northern argentina and uruguay and i think they're coming back or at least are going to last through sunday and dean one day in the middle may well affect what a series. everything you do is being am just it's being late and needs to be measured to support intelligence agencies are. to do things in secret that are unlawful or politically embarrassing all of the colleagues that i knew chose to retire from the n.s.a. we could not stand by and see all the work that they had done being used for mass
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again you're watching i was the interim minder of our top stories this hour western powers of welcome north korea's announcement it will suspend nuclear and missile tests u.s. president donald trump said it was good news that japan was more cautious saying it must lead to concrete action. international inspectors in syria have collected samples from the scene of an alleged chemical attack in the town of duma two weeks ago follows a week of delays as the team tried to visit the site. south african president cyril ramaphosa has urged people in northwest province to remain peaceful. he says he tries to end violent protests that erupted this week protesters are calling for the resignation of a provincial leader who they accuse of corruption. israel has controlled water supplies in the occupied west bank since seizing the territory join the one thousand nine hundred sixty seven war palestinians have long complained about not
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getting their agreed share and now rights groups say israel is deliberately limiting water supplies to farmers to try and force them out traffic reports this is a date plantation on one of the around thirty illegal israeli settlements in the jordan valley in the occupied west bank in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven israel seized control of all water sources in the newly occupied territories rights groups say israel uses water to control palestinians and force them from their land this video shows israeli authorities guarded by soldiers destroying a promise to be informers waterpipe they said he didn't have the license for it. the army came and the pipes were laid from the gate all the way down it was a new line the army destroyed it we were planting watermelons half of which died under the nine hundred ninety five also lower courts what was supposed to be a far a view into river prevent gives israel eighty percent of the water from three
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aquifers in the west bank. palestinians are supposed to get the remaining twenty percent but almost twenty five years later they still don't get that amount and the palestinian population of the west bank has nearly doubled around three hundred palestinian families used to farm the land in this area but in the one nine hundred eighty s. a number of illegal israeli settlements were built close by and in order to provide those settlements with water a number of wells like the one you can see on the hill behind me were also built and it's because of those wells and the amount of water that they take that the vast majority of palestinian farmers have been forced to leave johnson dog me says his livelihood has been almost completely destroyed i mean beyond that the whole talk of them with about if you take out water then give me an alternative which shocked by their politics and racism it's not normal it's inhumane that in the battle more israeli military training camps and firing ranges also encroach into
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palestinian farmland a water pipe runs up the mountain to an israeli army camp close to where port hon'ble shot gracie's his sheep but he can't use that water and instead has to rely on costly to live or is by truck to all of the yes i feel desperate imagine when you see water next to you but you can't drink it even when it's coming from our land. under the oslo agreement the palestinian authority has to buy water from israel and all palestinian water projects in the west bank who quire approval from the israeli palestinian joint water committee. analysts say it's weighted very much in israel's favor the structure itself gives the veto right in other words there's a lot in lives they distribute the palestinian application to sixteen the month is about in the department and i mean one of these the bartman say is now the project
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will be it what's been described as israel's water war is killing off palestinian agriculture at an alarming rate. for al-jazeera the occupied west bank egypt's has extended the detention of al jazeera journalist who has sane by another forty five days the egyptian national was arrested while on holiday in december twenty sixth he spent nearly five hundred days in jail and is yet to be charged a sane is accused of broadcasting false news with the aim of spreading chaos and strongly denies the allegations. our years of civil war in yemen have left many children without access to even the most basic education many women in particular have never had the chance to learn to read or write but in a rural part of toys province one group of women is determined to make up for lost time as many other hand reports. they make this journey most days
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a long winding sometimes dangerous parts this is a remote area wist of the city of tire yes it's also one of the battle grounds of human civil war and with these women must go to reach the only place where they can lune their lives that. we walk long distances past villages and valleys to get here we learn because we did not have education at the earliest ever known about only didn't know any of the alphabets but thanks to our teacher now we can read and write and we can also teach our children for some of these women this is the first time there put a pin to paper grandmothers mothers young women learning what most children might be taught in their food all second year of school and so hungry to learn that on this particular day more than forty women were crammed into a small building it's part of a media elka ladies' home she's the teacher and the creator of this makeshift
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education center as your own cost and in her own time she's taught dozens of women to read and write in math at the fair the education of women in the countryside is very low and i've made it my job to try to change that there is no support from anyone i wish that all sisters anyone who is educated might do their bit to educate women and girls in rural areas few children and ruled have made it to school in the last three years of human civil war. with the rebels control much of the north and . looting the capital sunda. their present against government forces fighting in support of exiled president admitted abu months or hardy and backed by airstrikes from a saudi lead coalition of mainly arab states the power base lies in the south including the strategically important port city of aden the province of to ease with these
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women live lives right in the middle of their. own without us and most of the schools are closed now and we are in a remote area in this war so it occasion is a positive thing for women and stability widespread poverty and unemployment affect all the women here l.k. lady also teaches skills that have enabled students to generate their own income things like knitting and sewing for these women knowledge really is power media on one hand down to zero. india's government has approved the death penalty for people convicted of raping children under the age of twelve that follows why pre-processed widespread protests over a number of attacks including the rape and murder of an eight year old girl in kashmir prime minister narendra modi's cabinet approved the order but it needs backing from parliament within six months to become law in the meantime suspects
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can be prosecuted under the order kirti singh is a lawyer and women's rights activist in new delhi she doubts the death penalty will work as a deterrent. and i think persons in india and if you're lonely in being in when you can people think that they can act with impunity that they will not get punished and then all you did is that you need the certainty of punishment oh well the other then the state the anybody or it matters in our country i think that their investigation is not and we don't properly willy's don't collect white pieces of evidence in cases and then the cases that go on the importance on so the serb forces. sponsible all of. the case. coming about police in myanmar have reportedly evicted the family of an officer who
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says he helped in trying to reuters journalists covering the range of crisis while alone and chel so you so you are facing fourteen years in prison if found guilty of breaking a secrecy law by acquiring official documents on friday a police captain told a court hearing their case that the papers were given to the journalist so they could be arrested the officers wife says her family has since been kicked out of police accommodation remember a police officer called us this morning and said we have to move out of the house immediately and that's the order from superior we haven't seen my husband since he was arrested at least seventeen people have died after two dragon boats capsized in southern china state television says about forty people were pulled out of the water alive the boats had been practicing ahead of a race on saturday because they still are known to organize a sub been detained. at least ten people have been killed in nicaragua in days of
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violent protests sparked by controversial pension reforms nicaragua's president called most of the demonstrators taking part young criminals john homan has more. president will take to finally came out and addressed the country after food days of protest in nicaragua and what he said wasn't that conciliatory towards the protesters became outflanked not just by his cabinet but also by military and police figures which in itself tells a story of what he had to say was that the protesters he said basically that they were criminals they might have a shadowy political figures behind them so that didn't really seem an address. attempting to reach out to the protesters to try and find some sort of dialogue and these are protest on just happening in the capital minard work but also in several other cities in the country the spark that really lit them seem to have been about changes to the social security structure mechanisms in the country but also there's
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been tension in this country before then president or take is seen by n.g.o.s and also by analysts have been undermining democratic institutions in the country in the bid to hang on to power he's now in his third consecutive term he's also been accused of turning the government into a bit of a family business his wife is also the vice president of the country now what we have to see is what's going to come next are the protests going to escalate is there going to be any attempts at dialogue and some people in nicaragua are asking will the army be center on the streets to try and deal with this which would definitely represent some sort of escalation of the american football player colleen kaplan a cas one amnesty international's annual ambassador of conscience award two years ago captain he started mealing during the u.s. national anthem as it was played before all n.f.l. matches in response to the district portion number of black people killed by police
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the amnesty award recognizes what he calls an inspiring contribution to helping human rights. a captain it was presented with the award by amnesty international secretary general solution who told us why kappa nick and the players who supported him deserve recognition back in men's college that they're sure rich has been a huge inspiration to many other activists who are anti racism activists black people but not just black people but they crossed the entire spectrum of the us population but as you know anything which happened in the us also has a huge impact across the globe so many brave human rights defenders i think seek inspiration how have success gained inspiration from the from the very brave decision or gotten kaepernick so we're very proud and we're very happy to have given him the ambassador of conscience award today a tens of thousands of people in armenia have joined protests demanding the new
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prime minister step down president arm and psyches you and waded into the demonstration in your advance of the public square to talk to the opposition leader nicole a senior demonstrations have now been going on for more than a week with the opposition say new prime minister syria's circassian must step down he became prime minister after a decade as president the opposition say he is now effectively become armenia's leader for life. around ten thousand hunger ariens have protested in budapest against government control of the media the proposition demonstrators say prime minister viktor orban is influence over the media helped him secure a landslide election victory earlier this month it is the second mass protest against or won since april since the april eighth poll. it's the end of an era for part of europe's busiest international airport but a welcome opportunity for aviation enthusiasts the contents of london heathrow
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terminal one are being auctioned off to the highest bidders need barca has more. we've joined the plane spotters on heathrow airport perimeter because this could potentially be a big day for aviation enthusiasts the entire contents of the historic terminal warm up for sale but pretty it's now become sold it your way three thousand forty nine seventy nine forty nine seventy nine let's roll again please the first of two auctions is now well on the way squarely at aviation lovers most of it taking place here online i think retro signs think novelty fixtures and fitment just looking at these items there seems to be strangely more interest in departure signs than a rival signs read into that what you will the problem is that many of these bids the sealed meaning the buyers don't know exactly how much they're bidding against the auction house responsible for all of this says the pricing these items is way too complicated there's simply no precedent for selling things like this. following
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auctions will focus on bigger assets including security machines escalators baggage carousel four thousand seats of one hundred ten check in desks things that might be useful to other airports it was once the busiest terminal in europe opened by queen elizabeth the second in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and billed as the home of british airways at the time planes could only carry one hundred fifty people they can now carry more than five hundred at its peak terminal one handled more than nine million passengers a year but after the refurbishment of terminal two next door it became surplus to requirements and closed its doors in two thousand and fifteen so what next for the terminal will he focus staff remaining tight lipped is expected to be dismantled in the coming years a relic of a bygone age giving way to a new bigger and bolder era in aviation. are the music world has been mourning the loss of the swedish born d.j. vici died at the age of twenty eight thousands gathered for
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a memorial dance party in his hometown of stockholm tributes for musicians including calvin harris and madonna were posted throughout the day he was found dead on friday while on holiday in on mars. now the chief whose real name was tim burgling was one of the world's most popular deejays producing hits like wake me up and hey brother but he struggled with the demands of the lifestyle and retired from touring in two thousand and sixteen it's spoken out about his health problems triggered in part by excessive drinking. a private funeral service for former us first lady barbara bush has been held in houston texas she was remembered as a shop tongue but caring person who was devoted to her family current first lady of . iraq and michelle obama bill and hillary clinton were among those attending
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barbara bush was the wife of the forty first u.s. president and the mother of the forty third she died on tuesday former florida governor jeb bush gave the eulogy he said his mother was beautiful to the end and joked about her strict parenting style. now to be clear her students were perfect. that's an understatement mom got a sewer difficult times with consistent take it to the bank unconditional but tough love she called her style a benevolent dictatorship but honestly it wasn't always benevolent a-j. gray has more from houston. fifteen hundred invited guests were part of the funeral the obama clinton and current first lady maloney a trump among those that took part in the service here today jeb bush speaking as one of the eulogist her son of course and the former governor of florida susan
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baker a close confidant and friend and jon meacham a historian her granddaughter served as ushers and her grandsons as pall bearers we also hear from the granddaughters at times during the service look this is a woman who lived her life as someone who gave to charity raising with her husband more than a billion dollars after he left office for different charities and sold those representative at this funeral as well it was straight forward in a political circus and one that she had a big hand in figuring out before her passing it had a bit of humor as well it was the service that in fact she wanted to leave with she will be buried just a couple of hours away on the grounds of the george bush presidential library in college station on the campus of texas a and m. university. a still ahead on edge as it will meet the kenyan cyclist hoping to become the first african rider to tackle an extreme race across siberia that's
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coming up in sport. to one predictable deja's i've been working on north korea policy for almost thirty years i can't tell you what the u.s. policy is towards north korea vying first to know what they want to deter an attack from the united states as the u.s. struggles to define its foreign policy silk lines examines the potential fallout so we don't see really is a strategy designed to get those talks started because if they expect a surrender siren fury trumps north korea crisis on al-jazeera discover a wealth of award winning programming from around the globe challenge your perception of what i was hearing sounded so far fetched that i thought there were five more behold it was true groundbreaking documentary.
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fearless journalism their life their reality. see the world from a different perspective on al-jazeera. and. thanks very much boss lion i have clinched their first trophy of the season after winning the cup or del rey or king's cup for a fourth straight year the catalans were up against severe in what turned out to be totally one sided affair goals from messi iniesta continue and two from suarez sealed their five nil victory they also remain in pole position to seal the league
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title next week matches united may have missed out on the english premier league title to their cross-town rivals manchester city but they've got to play for the english f.a. cup this season that's after they sealed their place in the final with a win over top no spurs went ahead through but tonight is alexis sanchez equalised before half time and herrera grab the match winner in the second half to put united through to a record equalling twentieth f.a. cup final they'll play either chelsea all southampton those two sides face each other in sunday's semi final as seen from the play is there. and when you deserve it. specially going to like. spurs is sin because even. is even more important. meanwhile most call the record for the most goals scored in the thirty eight game english premier
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league season is liverpool drew two two with west brom's has netted thirty one times in the league and forty one times in all competitions this campaign. a member of the chicago white sox baseball team is in critical condition in hospital after he suffered a brain hemorrhage during that game with the houston astros on friday pitcher danny far collapsed in the dugout and was taken to a nearby hospital in a state when the white sox had four quarters stables but remains in intensive care . ten is now rafael nadal is one victory away from winning the monte carlo masters from eleventh time the world number one beat grigor dimitrov in the last four on saturday to set up a final against kane is she corrie helen grayson has more it's hard to believe that monte carlo is just wrap an adult second tournament of twenty eight seen the spaniard has been in trademark form this week on the show no signs of the hip injury that derailed his season at the australian open.
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wild number five grigor dimitrov was the king of clay's latest challenge on saturday and the bulgarian ultimately had to bow down to an adult clay court superiority a six four six one win and the thirty one year old has now won thirty four sets in a row on his favorite. i think i need to play a little bit the tomorrow. i lost a little bit on the grass if. shots today comparing to yesterday on to before yesterday so i need to recover that for tomorrow so i am what was inviting me to happen japans kane isha cory is the man he stands in the way of medal winning his eleventh monte carlo trophy. the former world number four was out injured at the end of the one hundred seventeen but he look back to his old self as he fought from a set down to beat alexander vera and reach his biggest final and name you know.
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it's would be a whole new challenge against nadal though he's only ever lost two of the seventy one matches he's played on this court filing briefing out there in the semifinals a women's tennis elite team competition the fed cup got underway on saturday the united states beat belarus to win the title last year but they've got their work cut out against france to make it back into the final in the best of five match series u.s. open champion sloane stephens called the united states off to a winning start as she beat point parmentier six seven six. but christina medina bitch then came from a set down to defeat coker vandelay and level the tight one one heading into a two. meanwhile ten time fed cup win as the czech republic took a two love lead over germany in stuttgart two time wimbledon champion petra critter caught them on the way with a six three six two win over germany number one you know good because. probably the
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pisk of a followed that with a seven five six three victory against fellow for world number one and recover discover could put the checks back in the final for the first time since two thousand and sixteen when she takes on ghost on sunday. a kenyan cyclist is aiming to make history later this year as the first african to compete in the trans-siberian cycle race it's an extreme nine thousand kilometer event from moscow to vladivostok he's training in southwest kenya and his story is already one of achievement and survival i'm doing for more on will go training for the world's toughest and most extreme bicycle race trying to get an extreme. on the fast often fourth block boston will qualify what we've been. going through a lot and just define myself as i win a survival. at the age of like. several days ago and then
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again my dad when i was of several months my dad was it watching the kind he drove on me and then here came me being short is always trying to help my dad i was shot four times the force buying the shut me up just then the second time they showed me their shoulder two more bullets were lodged in my chest i'm lucky that they didn't hit my spinal cord you know even getting to an extent i've been taken to the mortuary before believing that i was dead and i overcame all that. then. and there was a reason as bush will pop us why i survived all that. the less privileged because he's my responsibility. to be. and i believe if i go to bed at night having not change the law. or inspired somebody posing to me then of what's good might be so if i don't have the means by. people then i'm nothing i can be proud that i'm successful i can be successful at all. i'm putting myself through. i want to
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call myself that. i'm a hero just as my dad told me when you're just about to die and. believing that i'm a hero isn't enough i have to prove it and that's why i have to interview. and that's what he's fought for now. and that's it for news hour but i'll be back in a moment with more of the day's.
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