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i don't think that's that's extreme that's very realistic antigovernment protesters are rallying for a second night in romania after more than four hundred demonstrators were injured in violence with police on friday many of the protestors in the capital bucharest are remaining in migrants who've returned home to demonstrate against corruption police have denied that they used excessive force on friday and they used tear gas and water cannon to disperse the protesters it is a journalist based in bucharest and says demonstrators struck a more peaceful tone at saturday's protests tonight protests were much calm and there was a sense that they were purposely trying to keep things less tense there were people sitting down in the crowds trying to show a less confrontational approach there were maybe fifty thousand people as the estimates i'm still and that period of time the whole grout turned their back on the government building as you know a show of defiance against the government and they were asking to resign but also you know gary it's not it's
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a non-confrontational way of protesting and of the what we saw last night that was i think the most important thing still ahead for you on the program people in mali are prepared to vote in a hotly contested presidential election amid security fears and accusations of fraud and a quarter of a billion dollar ruling chemical giant monsanto is forced to pay out over a week killer. had often enough rain in new south wales and despite the activity that you'd get from the satellite pictures to still not a lot around victoria yes but in south australia true but i did get to sunday most that we've gone through sunshine again with an onshore breeze an hour later thirteen bit warmer in sydney but not much really better in person twenty rises a little bit as the breeze continues to come out of the interior it's just
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a little more sixteen degrees natalie doesn't reflect a huge change but this again suggests again as a little bit more humid just for a while so that rain such as it as there was is on its way across the tasman sea to new zealand a hint of something coming down from the tropical direction toward the north all the little amount to very much natural because you fifteen degrees and or clint a bright day maybe two days actually for most in new zealand this front storming as it edges slowly in towards sad song and so probably still dry and open even come the end of monday to draw a more active the essence of the pacific north of the equator no typhoons are i but certainly the tropical depression that's where it is shanghai and that will just help the big showers that are obviously showing up of a whole issue so it's warm sticky and potentially wet in this whole area for a couple of days.
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and weeks to climb into bed violence and paranoia. there's still willing to dream. in honduras dennis seeks a brighter future for his son and community. using art to reclaim the city. and transform the very symbol of pasta question. you find in latin america liberating a prison on al-jazeera. welcome back a quick look at the top stories now thousands of people have been protesting against
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israel's controversial nation state law nor officially affirms israel's jewish character but critics believe it makes non jewish minority second class citizens authorities in yemen is still struggling to identify the remains of those killed in a saudi a mirage a coalition air strike which hit a school bus the rebels say at least fifty one people were killed in thursday's attack including forty children and russia tied to one says the u.s. has turned its back on turkey after president donald trump announced he was doubling tariffs on steel and alimony and the move deepen turkey's economic crisis as its currency hit record lows. well the german chancellor angela merkel says no european union member can dodge the challenge that migration poses she made the comments while meeting spain's prime minister pedro sanchez as a migrant exchange deal between the two countries comes into effect sana gago ports . a city in southern spain may be an application for two european
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leaders to partner up over a divisive issue migration and agreement the german chancellor hopes will help quell the argument over the refugee crisis with the help of fellow member european union countries here and you can all think. we are just a few kilometers from the african coast similar to multiple sicily so this is a challenge we must cope with together and no country can dodge this task. the aim to stop refugees and migrants using the border free schenkkan zone to travel to germany a country that has taken in already more than a million asylum seekers since two thousand and fifteen those who are already registered in spain will be refused entry at the german border and deported within forty eight hours. we want the solidarity of the e.u. and its members with this migration challenge that we are facing in our country but you also accept our responsibility regarding the control of secondary movements that are affecting in this case germany. if this bilateral agreement sounds
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familiar that's because it is it's based on the existing dublin agreement that was suspended by mrs merkel and twenty fifteen as a result of the refugee problems that year the german government has portrayed the deal as a breakthrough in the current immigration crisis a similar pact is also being made with greece and there was never any doubt that this agreement with spain would go ahead as spain has recently become the new preferred route for asylum seekers attempting to reach europe and there are fears that it will be yet another transit point for migrants to reach germany germany is also working with its lee to agree a similar deal a challenge given the immigration stance from politicians now in its government so in a diagonal al-jazeera the syrian army is threatening a major assault on the last major rebel held stronghold dozens of civilians have been killed by intensifying as strikes there
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a bombing targeted parts of ellipse city and spilled over to areas in western aleppo flits have been dropped warning people to accept government. aid is continuing to arrive to the indonesian island of boquete three hundred eighty seven people have died after last week's earthquake the air force has delivered ninety tons of aid including food medicine tents and blankets medical facilities have been damaged and concerns are growing for people living in remote areas who can't access help almost three hundred ninety thousand people that's about ten percent of longbox population are now homeless or displaced. well the zimbabwe where the supreme court has two weeks to rule on a legal challenge against present. electoral victory the main opposition party insists its leader won last week's vote but the ruling party zanu p.f. supporters are saying that the election was free and fair carriage house or a ports from harare. it's the first time in zimbabwe's history the
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inauguration of a president has had to be postponed the main opposition leader nelson chamisa filed a court application on friday challenging president in a similar election victory the move to stop sunday swearing in ceremony from taking place well basically. the country has to wait until it gets a president and that is dependent upon what the court says and takes a maximum of fourteen days so that means of what has to it including the international community leaders in the opposition m.d.c. alliance say the evidence they filed in court proves last month's vote the first since it was forced to resign as president was rigged they say nelson chamisa won we had an opportunity. to do things right. conduct and manage a free fair and credible election which is a very simple task but you have decided that it must not be a simple task by interfering in this
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a little process election officials deny allegations of voter fixing officials in the rulings on a tear party say they are not worried about the court challenge they know they will they will. look militarist so what's going to happen is going to be thrown out when it's thrown out what are they going to say oh the courts are biased that's a get out of jail card they want to play which is quite unfortunate again because that will mean to want to easing of. western governments and investors will be closely watching to see how independent zimbabwe as you disagree will be this is where be inauguration was supposed to happen the national sports. stadium if the constitutional court orders a fresh election that has to take place within sixty days the military is busy rehearsing for the annual defense forces day celebrations on tuesday a public holiday but everyone here is keen to know how strong the evidence powered by the opposition is and whether it could change the election result. al-jazeera
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had. a chemical giant has been ordered to pay more than a quarter of a billion dollars to a school grounds keeper in the united states a jury ruled that a weed killer made by monsanto contributed to the man's cancer is the first lawsuit to go to trial alleging a link between the disease and say it's the world's most widely used herbicide mike hanna has more from washington a claim of damages this was the first lawsuit concerning life os eight to go to trial and after a month of hearing evidence and three days of deliberation the jury decided that it had caused the wayne johnson's counsel did round up pro or ranger pro failed to perform as safely as an ordinary consumer would have expected when used or misused in an intended or reasonably foreseeable way answer yes it was the roundup pro or range of pro design a substantial factor in causing harm to mr chance an answer yes
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the size of the few bits of damages awarded to the jury's belief that the company monsanto had acted with malice and had not responded to the plaintiff's concerns during the years to use the product as a groundskeeper. what amount of punitive damages if any do you award to mr johnson answer two hundred fifty million dollars signed by the presiding dated august tenth two thousand and eight the world health organization has found in the past life phosphate probably causes cancer but the environmental protection agency has not ruled on the matter as yet on some toes says it will appeal the case and continues to maintain that its products are not cost of the jennet but there are more than five thousand cases concerning the weed killer and it's a fix pending and following this decision the congo faces the possibility of more
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massive payouts to come mike hanna al-jazeera. most of india's carola state is on high alert after at least thirty four people died during one of the region's worst floods on record heavy rains are expected during the monsoon season but this is downpours ravaged farmlands and forced more than thirty one thousand people to evacuate for the first time state authorities have opened the gates of twenty five reservoirs to prevent any breaches. in mali people are preparing to vote on sunday in a presidential runoff that's expected to return. to power for another five years is facing opposition though from somalia sissay who's trailed behind him in the first round of voting this round takes place amid fears of ethnic violence and accusations of election fraud that month the first round in july one hundred more from the capital bamako. the results of the first round two weeks ago
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gave forty one percent of the vote while his main rival got close to eighteen percent was accused of fraud by opposition leaders. to get a low result in the election is indeed heartbreaking but you cannot accuse president being behind that figure it's the decision of the million people which reflects their judgment of you. meanwhile was repeating their claims it was what was. once again i'm asking you for your votes so that together we can achieve the dream and the destiny that i have from mali i don't need to remind you of the grave in multiple illegalities of the first round which amount to political banditry they were criminal breach of the law and of human dignity one day the reality will be clear to all and it will shame those who have to their hands with fraud and corruption. did borst of what he described as
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a major success in the first round is the first opposition candidate in the democratic history of mali to take a sitting president to on off but his hopes of a united front by the other opposition parties have been partly dust by the refusal of many first round losing candidates to endorse him the government has also closed down a local radio station that support sisi accusing it of inciting violence and hate speach. sis's supporters organize a rally on saturday to protest the alleged electoral violations and to warn against a repeat violence was reported not least a fifth of the twenty three thousand polling stations on july twenty ninth no vote took place at all in three percent of those centers and four soldiers were killed in an ambush as the convoy carrying election material since then ethnic violence has worsened in the central region of mukti as dozens of learned herdsman have been killed by rival bonzo hunters the e.u.
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has expressed concern over security and urged the government to go on to be a free and fair enough for the leaders the focus now is on the vote but for mali and there was a desire to see the democracy does not form victim to power struggles the president is trying to stay in power the house supporters means what his opponents are preparing a fresh offensive and many are curious to see if mali is will for the first time manage to change their leaders through the ballot box. a man has died after stealing a plane and crashing it in washington state in the u.s. this video shows the aircraft performing stunts in the air. fighter jets were scrambled after they are authorized take off and chase the plane before it crashed it's believed the aircraft was stolen by a ground service agent at seattle tacoma international airport. al first space mission to brave the sun's hot in harsh atmosphere has been delayed for
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twenty four hours because of a last minute technical glitch now says park a solar probe will fly closer to the star than any other spacecraft before it's designed to withstand heat of a thousand degrees speeds of seven hundred thousand kilometers per hour and a journey that will last seven years shavar chancy reports. as you might expect the key to loitering in the sun's atmosphere is not melting nasa engineers have built a carbon heat shield for the park a solar probe that's just eleven and a half centimeters thick they say it will protect the equipment that will be surveilling the sun as it sweeps through its corona or outright was found the real chill gets up to about twenty five hundred degrees fahrenheit which we're not going to do today but we are going to get it under degree and what is the feeling. i see . on the temperature of the corona is just one of the counter intuitive mysteries that the park a probe hopes to solve why is it so much hotter than the sun's core several hundred
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times hotter science would suggest that the further away from the sun surface the cooler the atmosphere should be the probe is named after eugene parker who formulated the theory of so no wind will be present to watch the movements of the spacecraft named in his own. in one hundred fifty eight he theorized that a flow of particles accelerated into space from the sun and that proved to be true but scientists still don't know how this phenomenon occurs theoretically such particles should cool down and dissipate the further from the sun they get not speed up so the wind streams could impact satellites in space and g.p.s. radio waves and electrical grids on earth they also cause rural when they crash into the earth's magnetic field and the deflected the probe will begin its first approach to the sun in november as part of its seventy a mission we will get hotter than anything is being before we are in that three million degree plasma region in the corona well gradually will close it will take
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set of seven giant steps closer to the sun until we're in that final region and as it makes those dives towards the sun surface but palca so the probe will eventually become the fastest object ever created by humankind she ever chancy out. or is much more in everything we're covering right here the latest on our top stories but also analysis and you can watch us live there as well al jazeera dot com. it's a quick reminder of the top stories now thousands of people in tel aviv of been protesting against israel's controversial nation state law the law officially affirms israel's jewish character but critics believe it makes non jewish minority second class citizens it also proclaims the state's official language to be hebrew downgrading arabic to special status previously they were both official languages stephanie deca has more. delegates.
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the museum is taken eyes by trade policy. and there. for the cafferty file a shot of the war there's a lot of jurors saying that they are not the direction. the message is one of the energy. meanwhile a u.n. delegation is arrived in gaza for meetings with a mass in a bid to lower the tensions with israel they're expected to push from more permanent cease fire a visit comes as funerals are held for three palestinians killed by israeli forces during friday protests at the gaza border this is the twentieth week that protests were held. or thors he's in yemen are still struggling to identify the remains of those killed in a saudi m. rotty coalition air strike which hit a school bus to see rebels say at least fifty one people were killed in thursday's attack including forty children the un has demanded an independent investigation
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and its special envoy says talks next month will focus on disarmament the coalition insists it struck legitimate targets. anti-government protesters have been rallying for a second day in romania after more than four hundred demonstrators were injured in violence with police on friday many of the protesters in the capital bucharest are remaining in migrants who have returned home police have denied that they used excessive force on friday when they deployed tear gas and water cannon to disperse the protesters and turkey's president has vowed to defy what he describes as u.s. attempts to undermine his country's economy. on roshan opinion piece in the new york times warning the u.s. must respect turkey sovereignty or their partnership could be in jeopardy u.s. president donald trump announced this week that he would double steel and aluminum tariffs on turkey all those are the top stories that will be new more news from doha in about twenty five minutes time after viewfinder latin america which is next
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. and monday put it on. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for the dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the lure. viewfinder fresh perspectives.
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