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three hundred priests sexually abuse more than a thousand children in the state of pennsylvania over the past seventy is well joining us now on the news greater is father james breath ski who is an associate professor of theology at marquette university he is via skype from where walking in the u.s. state of wisconsin thank you very much for being with us on the news great first of all i want to get your reaction on what we heard from the pope today in ireland he talked about the failures of the ecus yes to communities repellent crimes he said did he say enough in your opinion well not enough and i think you himself recognize essence of it now but it's important that he is using words like you know italian men which is a failure so it's not just what this person or that person didn't do everything they should but there's a real breakdown in the ecclesia please you know culture and i think he's grappling with what i found interesting and perhaps surprising is that he expressed regret
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but he didn't apologize and he also didn't specifically mention the current scandal in the u.s. over the grand jury report documenting a thousand cases of at least a thousand cases of child victims of church abuse what does that say to you about where he's headed in dealing with the issue specifically looking at the u.s. tell us about the reactions that to that scandal. well i think it's a multi-pronged dennis' going to be an incremental reaction he gave a letter to the people trust of the people of god where he did bring up this pennsylvania grand jury report so that came out a few days ago and i thought that that was very well written but he didn't apologize and i think that that was a missed opportunity i think there is the ecclesial culture is going to have to shift at every level including at the top with the pope himself. a father i want to
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read to you some of the comments here i'm getting from some vavi us some very interesting comments i have come here from of you on facebook sadhu says he doesn't care abuse in the church is tad isco another one here for a mole also on facebook who says the pope has proven time and time again that his rhetoric and his actions are two different things there are a lot of people who say that he has gone further than any of the pope that he's a reformer in addressing the issue but ac as good and as committed as some people think he is on this issue. well i would say you is because he doesn't have a magic wand that somehow he could wave and then everything would be ok again and people would be happy the way he's going to have to do it is to make this person rather than this other person bishop to take this line in his rhetoric rather than this other line right and if you look at some of the reactions of bishops in the united states there are some that still say the real problem is gay seminarians and
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the pope is is say no the real problem is clericalism in the church and it's broader and more deeply rooted in it's going to take a longer time to uproot ysaye has committed and at the same time his actions seem to say the contrary in australia recently for instance there were some concrete proposals recommendations. of abuse in the church but they were rejected by the pope what does that suggest that well i don't know which which should mr chips you have in mind so if you could tell me which was ok let's talk about the special vatican commission for instance that was created by the pope to tackle abuse by senior clerics but a lot of the reforms have been have you know not been implemented suggest that safety policies have not be have not been implemented which some people would say suggest that he alone cannot restore faith faith in the in the catholic church that
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they're perhaps people holding him back would you agree with that. well i mean i would say there are people holding them back but not in the sense that is keeping him from doing more is just he's the pope he's not god so he can do what he can do but you can't change people's hearts overnight so in the united states i mean i don't i've never been to australia so i can't speak too much about that but he made states to give him example he has he has put in as bishops people who are much more in tune with him and his approach rather than elevating some of the others that were very popular during the part of the front effective approach john paul the second or benedict the sixteenth so he's trying to change the culture in the only way that it's going to be significantly affective and that's by changing the leaders one last question for you father many of the abuse victims that we've been hearing from my demanding action and not just words from the pope they want
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more than an apology what in your view should be a concrete action what needs to happen to end sexual abuse in the church and also heal the physical and psychological damage. well this is a very very grievous wound and you can't just put a band-aid on make sure management still get no readings better again it's going to take a long time to heal i think the incidence of sexual abuse at least in the united states have certainly dramatically declined in the last ten fifteen years but he really i think is going to have to i think remove some bishops who are chronic in the cover up he's removed a couple but he's going to have to remove many more of that thank you very much father rossetti for speaking to us father briggs esky is an associate professor of theology at marquette university joining us on the news great via skype thank you very much for your time and my surgery the pope francis a real reformer while that was the question on a recent episode of upfront with mehdi hasan
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a very interesting discussion between catholic right is and analysts pope francis as a savage himself as a people spoke he's popular around the world as we've heard and has a reputation a solid one but how successful have his reforms been check out the show by clicking on the shows tab on al-jazeera al-jazeera dot com and then click on up front and as you can imagine we're getting quite a lot of comments on this you can keep them coming using the hash tag news great moving on to other world news now it's been a year since man last military launched a crackdown against what it says on groups but the violence that followed has been described as a campaign of ethnic cleansing against overhand to muslims about seven hundred thousand people fled to neighboring bangladesh and the refugees there have been holding peaceful protests demanding justice and a safe return to their homes are now more than a million people living in camps near the border has become the world's largest refugee settlement bangladesh has signed a deal with myanmar to allow the refugees to return home but the repatch relation
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process has been stalled correspondent mohammed john jones has been in and out of cox's business since the range of prices began and he sent us this video giving his assessment of the situation a year on and whether he thinks these people will ever find a proper home. first i was here was in october of two thousand and seventeen. it was pain and suffering and trauma it was misery on a skill so massive that it was almost unfathomable. and then i returned last month in early july and what i saw shocked me because i saw improvements to the infrastructure of camps like this. that were just stunning to see that so much work has been done bridges have been built and dams have been built and and roads have been built so much has been done and yet even though the infrastructure so much
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improved the conditions are still dire the living conditions are still substandard i mean take a look at this these are. they're made of bamboo and most of them are built on on what you see behind on these hillsides this used to be forest land to speak of the forested and so they're on the sand the muddy hillsides whenever it rains these are here in rome to naturalism. and you know improvements still work in the speedo. well think tanks n.g.o.s and u.n. agencies are all marking this anniversary mainly with reports that criticize me and mars government for how it's handled the real hinge refugee crisis amnesty u.k. is named specific officials it says should be held accountable for the five rights there accuses the government of committing atrocities an action aid u.k. addresses the issue of gender violence now the world refugee council also released
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a video focusing on that issue it says fifty two percent of the written giraffe you g.'s are women and girls and almost all of them have faced some form of sexual violence. many of them have also been vocal about what they've been put through this protest took place and clue to how long that refugee camp and cox's bazar in bangladesh on this anniversary of the violence and the women they are marching and chanting for justice now one woman who many say should be marching and chanting for justice is nobel laureate on song suchi some critics blame the head of mi and mars government for delaying just as this tweet here says that she has a lot to answer for you'll see a lot of that going around today a lot of international groups are pointing the figure to her they've indicated that they degree suit she's been stripped of the freedom of edinburgh award this week it's the seventh award she's lost just this year since she's even received criticism from her fellow nobel laureates malala use of side last year she released
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a statement saying over the last several years i have repeatedly condemned this tragic and shameful treatment i'm still waiting for my fellow nobel laureate aung san suu kyi to do the same the world is waiting and the hinge of muslims are also waiting since the supporters say that she's doing the best she can given the military's power in me in bars government but we'd like to hear what you think what you think of handling of the situation over the past year you can let us know using the hash tag it is good. and if you've missed it on t.v. i want to point to you this excellent documentary by our team at all just our world will hinge on a silent abuse it's an in-depth investigation into the plight of myanmar's ethnic minority they're denied citizenship forced from their homes and subjected to cool t. howling account an interesting film watch if you can on our website at al-jazeera dot com palestinian leaders have accused the chump administration of resorting to cheat blackmail with its decision to cut two hundred million dollars in aid for the
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occupied west bank and the gaza strip the u.s. state department says the money will go towards high priority projects elsewhere in january the u.s. slashed its continue to its contribution rather to the u.n. agency for palestinian refugees on raw after this latest funding blow the palestine liberation organization said palestinians would not be bullied into giving up their rights but has moved from gaza. it is difficult to know which projects will be directly affected by this announcement of more than two hundred million dollars being held with by the u.s. but it's safe to say that american funding has been doing in recent years certainly the last two years seventy five million dollars sent each year for palestinian projects we understand most of that went to hospitals in jerusalem as well as electricity projects here in gaza. let's put it in context it was earlier this year that the us said that it was withholding around three hundred million dollars from
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on the united nations relief and works agency here that's had a massive impact so the u.n. say hundreds of people made redundant in that organization and when you look at the level of suffering which gazans have enjoyed now for nearly twelve years of israel's land air and sea blockade around ninety percent of gaza's water is on drink kubel around four hours of electricity only being received in certain areas of gaza rule sewerage being pumped into the ocean fifty percent of the population living under the poverty line fifty percent unemployment down here so yes this announcement from the us if you get more money being held withheld for palestinian projects could potentially have a massive impact not only here in gaza but the occupied west bank also child stratford in gaza that let's speak some more about this not today hadan who is
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a former u.s. aid assistant administrator his line from washington d.c. thank you very much for joining us here on news great the former u.s. ambassador to israel daniel shapiro says that cutting these funds will not only have a negative impact on palestinians but is also harmful to israel and i understand that you share this you tell us why why is this also i lobbying for israel. well thank you for having me on and i completely agree with investor dan shapiro the the united states says essentially ceded the political space to hamas and other rejectionist were creating a vacuum by leaving gaza and the west bank and in so doing not only have returned back on the palestinian people but we've also created a greater risk for israel what exactly is this funding for what is the money meant for just explain it to us if you can at end how is it vetted how
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how it how do they make sure that it doesn't go into the wrong hands the. u.s. assistance to the palestinians has this historically had to functions one is to provide humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable and the second is to help solve problems between the parties and we've been able to fundamentally change the nature of water negotiations in the west bank and we've opened up trade corridors in the west bank that created economic opportunity but transformed the political and security environment in indigenes jhala may area so that's you know that's what we do in terms of protecting the use of funds and to make sure that there is no diversion we have a very rigorous system that allows us to audit all of the work that we do weave that all of the people that we work with and we have outside
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reviewers that common and assess everything that we have done in just recently in fact in the last two weeks that. the congressional general accountability office came out and found just. sterling and use of funds in the fiscal years fifteen and sixteen so no no diversion no risk no noncompliance one hundred percent audits and yet and we're seeing american funding going down in recent years there are a lot of people would say that this undermines the u.s. position with regards to these really palestinian conflict what does it say about u.s. policy going forward. i think first and foremost we're ceding the space so. from my perspective i think it was important for the u.s. to be in the in the water sector in in the health sector in the palestinian education sector we fundamentally change the nature of of the of the
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northern west bank with economic opportunity and private sector trade so now we're leaving now we've concluded. that we have other priorities and and so doing we well have empowered hamas i mean is just a simple as that and you don't have about the take my word for it i mean you can simply ask any of the security professionals american or israeli or palestinian track those very closely when we leave that hume will be filled by hamas and other rejectionists dave harden thank you very much for speaking to us dave harden is a former usaid assistant administrator he was joining us and from washington thank you for your time well gaza has a very young population half of the two million people living there are under the age of seventeen some of them have already lived through three wars conflicts in two thousand and eight two thousand and twelve and twenty fourteen and the scars inside and outside remain there is under simmonds visit
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a young girl still living with the trauma of a severe head injury she sustained in twenty fourteen. look into how you would never guess what this child has been through. is six yet she suffered both pain and anguish for most of his short life. she's aged two here in the twenty fourteen gaza war she sustained what was described as life changing head injuries intricate surgery in turkey and three months of recuperation that saved her life. it was an israeli air attack the very nearly killed nama. not this one. nor the us. these are recent strikes a whole night of bombardment with outgoing hamas rockets and continued attacks from israel claiming it struck more than one hundred fifty star gets before what's meant
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to be a truce. the sound alone was enough to make namma real live. on this. planet i thought when she hears the sound of what plane that she gets very scared at me and says i want to go back to turkey there's no warplanes in turkey. dead beaver able to sleep and have out on a quarter on the henry mass and divert them and she starts screaming at heights nic that i had do you want to go. over and over nemesis turkey i want to go there and whispers they hit me here now as mother is distraught she says she often cries for her daughter she and her husband won't let her play like the boisterous children know that doorstep. and even though she wants to go to school her parents were letta they say her head could be knocked out plates on they fear the very least headaches and i pain she suffers from could get worse. her father says he
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feels helpless because he can't support his family on a good month he might earn a hundred dollars on a market stall in the street but it barely covers his rent his landlord has an eviction order place the family live in a neighborhood where poverty is the norm worse than that they're inside the rules of gaza affectively it's like a prison what is life like in gaza well that's not really an accurate term more of an existence and this existence phenomena is one of many short sad stories different and don't tell the suffering is much the same. while the long term ceasefire talks go on involving egypt and the un mediating between israel and hamas with gaza there's no message from this from any of the parties involved just an expression of despair like the fast majority of gazan civilians.
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nama has to depend on the love of her family and hope that one day some sense may prevail instead of a resumption of the war that still rages inside this little girl's head andrew simmons al-jazeera gaza city. and we're showing you again this interactive page at al jazeera dot com about life in gaza twenty four hours in gaza looks at what life is like for one palestinian family living under the rubble in the gaza strip they'd really struggled set challenges so great from watch it on al-jazeera dot com if you're watching us on facebook live coming up we'll show you how boys in kenya are using site charts to fight deforestation and ahead on the grid we'll take you to the indian state of carolina where floods have ravaged many areas but the spirit of or not i knew a festival a still going strong. at the end
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. of the war. hello there well we are watching some humidity values starting to edge their way up here across the levant as well as down here towards the middle east take a look at the temperatures we're expectancy in kuwait now over the last few days it has been about forty seven forty degrees forty five degrees a little bit cooler but it's also going to be a little bit more humid there up towards baghdad forty five degrees as well and here on monday we do expect to see pretty much the same conditions a very humid conditions so the heat index is going to make you feel very uncomfortable as are make a way down towards the middle east same situation is coming we are looking at winds out of the north really out of the northeast as well so for doha forty one degrees here on sunday but relatively middies could be up to about eighty five percent during the next time of the day over here towards dobby we are seeing forty two and then more clouds over here toward santa paula cloudy conditions to mostly cloudy
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condition with a temperature of about twenty seven across parts of southern africa we are watching one funnel system push through but over the next few days we could be watching another one come into play that has for me is going to be really going to bring some cooler air into sports of cape town more rain across the area down towards the southeast and the southwest in the from cape down about twelve degrees but up towards to harrisburg partly cloudy day temperature if you have twenty two. struggles trying to play police look at it yeah it's pretty much over he said pretty much full of pleasure. out of the goodness of being in the wrong place about the but i mean the rather well what's getting an intimate look at life in cuba today is what came out there was like a saying ok perfect but the comment that a year of my cuba on al-jazeera.
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it goes hand in hand with growing old. refusing to be defined by. mexican women and bringing out their dancing. and rediscovering. hamas to the viewfinder. this time on al-jazeera. the arab. elaine.
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the headlines on al-jazeera and the stories trending on our website at al-jazeera dot com a number one there are a bit of a surprise for us here fans reacting angrily to brace this ban on serener williams so peter will have more on that story for us in sports coming up in about fifteen minutes also tried in the u.s. cutting aid to the palestinians in the west bank and the process and she always has a very worried about that the number three trending story the doomsday clock on trump's presidency leaps forward oval stories and. on our website at al jazeera dot
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com. and last of comments on our top story here on the news great today and that's the pope's historic visit to ireland lots of comments including this one from herbie on facebook talking about the pope's comments earlier today on the sex abuse scandal that's played the catholic church says he's handling the situation quite well he'll make positive changes daniels says the sex abuse perpetrators should be brought in front of the international criminal court and another suggestion here from corey also on facebook to say if he mailed cardinals and bishops or how this horrible tomtom of systematic child abuse in the catholic church so really the issue overshadowing the pope's visit to ireland he arrived earlier today on a two day visit the first papal visit to the majority roman catholic country for
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most forty is a made one of the world's sexual abuse scandals the church has faced in recent years more on the pope's visit in the coming days here on al-jazeera of course and on our website at al-jazeera dot com and you can send more of your comments on all of our platforms including our what's up number seven four five a one triple one four nine. now let's take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world and the un refugee agency surging the european union to take responsibility for one hundred fifty migrants who have been stranded aboard an italian coast guard ship for nine days it's he is refusing to let them disembark unless the e.u. member states agree to take them in refugees and migrants began a hunger strike on friday but it's least far right interior minister has dismissed it on twitter saying quote they can do whatever they like. in the democratic republic of congo opposition leader bemba has been told he cannot compete in the upcoming presidential election the election commission says is rejected his
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application because he's been convicted by the international criminal court for tampering with witnesses embassy and as a possible front runner for the job he returned home to take part in the vote after serving a decade in prison for war crimes he can still appeal against a decision ahead of december's election also in africa political uncertainty looms over in zimbabwe as the country prepares for the inauguration of mr non-god as the next president the main opposition candidate has rejected friday's court ruling that confirm non-god well as a new leader there are also big questions about non-god was legacy under robert mugabe malcolm white has our report and it was right here that henry cabot says soldiers abducted him and tied him up he was in one thousand nine hundred three zimbabwe's government fed it was fighting a rebellion here in the matabele land region henry says even though he was nothing to do with it he was taken to a concentration camp and tortured for three weeks he saw prisoners died daily from
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their injuries they put he's burned in a pate. to do. been today thirty five years on it's still hard to tell the story he says he narrowly survived when soldiers try to execute him in a forest and left him for dead the pilot. when robert mugabe sent the army to matabele land in the one nine hundred eighty s. investigators say at least twenty thousand people were killed many in the region say the massacres were to suppress the support base of his political rival at the time survivors say there's been no justice and mugabe who's finally forced from power by the army nine months ago led to elections that took place in july and some people wondered if zimbabwe's presidential election might bring change the opposition say it was rigged the electoral commission denies it the ruling party's
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presidential candidate incumbent president. was announced the winner he was once the right hand man of former leader. and at the time of the massacres he was state security minister the first major investigation into the killings was written by human rights lawyer david coltart. he says the involvement of men and some of his ministers means things were changing i think it's unlikely that they would ever want a complete truth telling because the entire story of their involvement will unravel from their perspective. and that would be very damaging politically to them so we don't expect justice under them it's a good deed and a commission to matter baby lamb to investigate shortly after taking office in november was this is the reaction it got protesters blocked proceedings the government says it will deliver justice the commission is independent it's doesn't
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doesn't work under the direction of anybody it will do what it feels is right we expect nothing but for accountability and for and taking off what happens if the exceptional situation henry and the other survivors of still waiting he says he just wants an apology from the people who ordered the atrocities and compensation he doesn't know if he'll ever get it malcolm webb al-jazeera harare zimbabwe and afghanistan at least two people have been killed by a suicide bomber in a city for those were injured when attackers detonated explosives near a local election commission office dozens of protesters have gathered there in support of a parliamentary candidate who was disqualified all vs spectate ties to armed groups afghanistan's parliamentary election is due to happen in october. not to india where the state of careless biggest cultural festival happens this time every year and years back and this season and the massive floods have made it difficult for
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people to celebrate that's right folly well you may have seen a happy own on what's trending globally on twitter just a few hours ago if you don't know what it is it's a harvest festival of feasts and flowers technically celebrated by hindus but carola is known for having these massive interfaith parties for this occasion and the government normally throws a week long that celebration well this year was cancelled so the funds could be used instead for the chief ministers to stress relief fund and temples like this are normally covered in flowers for own um but this year they are there now the council activities have also created hardship for some businesses especially flower sellers you know and i've got of a gallon this year of the lord was the last or and i'm usually we didn't have enough time to go on a break and the buffalo as they do it this year everything has been ruined by that i mean it was on the one love and the day before this disaster hit us we had
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already placed the flour orders and they ordered items actually reached us but then the government officials decided that owner him will not be celebrated this year and older planned activities were cancelled of last goods worth more than eight thousand five hundred dollars. but the spirit of on them hasn't been squashed entirely people in flood relief camps have been finding ways to celebrate anyway cooking feast for the community and creating these traditional sand and flower decorations around some of those relief camps and it's a bright spot of color in an otherwise difficult situation the floods have not only cause some long term damage to homes roads and schools has also led to an unusual problem that we noticed and that has to do with stakes ok so maggie here writes that as the floodwaters are beginning to recede in parts of carola people are returning to their homes to find snakes giant snakes like these have been slithering down streets and into people's homes the government has warned carol
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residents to check their clothes cupboards and under their carpets well the wildlife trust india tweeted that displaced snakes and snake bites are going to be a growing problem in kerala over the coming weeks but they've sent a team there to help local residents deal with that situation so if you're celebrating on him or have any tips for dealing with snakes we would like to hear from you can get in touch with us using the hash tag it is good only and to thank you very much for that now i knew roald brock stand in the way of venezuelans escaping violence and economic collapse at home to the rule the peruvian government now wants asylum seekers to show their passports instead of just id cards before they're allowed in the un describes the exodus of venezuelans to neighboring countries as a crisis moment that speak to their as mariana sanchez who is live for us in either of you in city of two best on the northern border with ecuador so mariana the measure to allow entry to peru only with valid passports is in place tell us about
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the situation where you are. fully the. and there for that reason very few people at the immigration office felt trying to get across with. but the majority of people here do not have passports most of them are poor benefit well and who who are unable to get passports back in business without their very costly they're very they're very expensive and difficult to get they have to bribe authorities there it can take months while you can look to get one so they're here and they have been many rushing all last night to make that deadline the midnight deadline up already here are allowed them around until. now and they're only allowing people to go through with legally with valid passport
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a huge wall of course to climb for these poor people who are fleeing poverty. hunger and lack of medicine in their country and they come here to have a better life. hoping to escape the economic hardship gripping the country that spreads in a swing and pouring into beatles were do with it well not by bus by car or by foot for saturday's deadline meant to tighten entry requirements. system year old join the ladies traveled more than four thousand kilometers with some members of his family he says he never imagined leading them to swim with. we were at the best time of our lives with friends family but we had to leave to find a better life in venezuela we were hungry. separated from their families with a risky future ahead cinelli for the biggest venture down the road with friends leaving her career behind what i am but i am
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a good about it it's sad i graduated with a bachelor's degree now i can't begin my career nor we all gave up our future and venezuela we don't have a chance exhausted ill or even penniless many even a swim and have had to rely on handouts to eat most of the people arriving here at the border between a weather and b. who are young adults who has been a mecca for these refugees for the past two years more than four hundred thousand venice winds are already living here open border policy allows them to work legally but now they will only be allowed in treaty with passports the united nations office for refugee says it hopes this policy stops this is very important for you in which possibility of exo school by asking for asylum. so we very much hope that. the government select people and most proven us win and don't have passports they're expensive and it takes many months and bribing to get them in
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venezuela probably our forty say they've imposed restrictions to prevent the link once from entering the country but at this point of crossing or trade it in a while the temperature was intense there are no controls. witness will and may still working to put an illegal however thirty three year old bill martina says they want to have a chance to hook i guess what is the time it was to have dignity we must work that's why we are migrating to another country not to receive handouts but because we like to work. it will be an authority say they will be flexible with children the elderly and pregnant women who don't have passports and they lose last protect those who apply for asylum there were least likely you know according to our refugee laws whether they have the documents or not if a person asks for asylum we have to process the request and allow them into the country the foreign ministry receives thirteen thousand requests each month and that number may grew as the exodus of the nist rylance continue many desperate to
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find a better life for their children. and folly the people behind me that if i may go to cuba. while i'm in it to do it men have been coming for twenty four hours the exhaust the ecuadorian authorities forced them into boxes from government check up border in colombia and shuttled them all the way here without allowing them the possibility to stay in a while longer here most of them of course as i said don't know how passports but. a peruvian law allows them to our request for asylum and the authorities here told me not to be will be given and they will be allowed to request of them it's unclear if they will be given the asylum but that will allow them to enter the country in the meantime and they will be allowed as well with that request to request the west don't permit that allows them to work thank you for that mariana sanchez live for
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us in spirit. peter is here with us in just a moment or half the natives from the asian games in jakarta and tell us more about how serene and williams has got the tennis world talking again ask after snapshot of the waterfront district. is a self-proclaimed messenger of god claiming millions of devoted but his path to enlightenment involves the rape and abuse of his followers when he used investigates the fall of
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one of india's most powerful spiritual gurus on al-jazeera. with entry. on counting the cost crippled by its currency crisis full rich venezuela takes desperate measures to deal with its struggling economy plus it has a market value of billions but is yet to turn to for profit we delve deeper into what's going on at tesla. and i just.
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thank. you. i'm at people are talking about his force of his peter foley thank you well let's have a look at the asian games then more gold medals being won every day this time thailand have a take in the manes a team doubles gold medal in saturday's see practical action in jakarta in total twenty six gold medals up for grabs on the stay the thais made sure of getting their hands on at least one of those two know the final score as they overcame last in the gold medal match it was a day to remember for japan in karate in the men's quarter final contest overcame uta weighing of chinese taipei five nolt take the gold medal and then they key you she needs to prove too strong for macau south soil lamb to make it a double gold in the carter for the japanese so
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a better idea of iran broke weight of things longest standing world record in the men's ninety four kilogram class on saturday but are they lifted one hundred eighty nine kilograms in the competitions opening discipline that's basically double what he weighs very impressive as a real williams is the highest earning female athlete in the forbes list she's made headlines today because she's been banned from wearing her black cat suit at the french open in the future the twenty three time grand slam champion wrapped up at roland garros this year resembling a superhero as she described herself on several occasions but the french open borders on no longer going to allow it serena her head see it at the time that she wore it for health reasons saying it to help her cope with the issue of blood clots which she said almost cost her her life when she was giving birth french tennis federation president ben ali good to chile has not yet revealed the new rules but has said they will not be as strict as at wimbledon where players must wear all
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white attire. the look at this pic to them is and the white makes to serena she wore a cat suit herself back in nineteen eighty five the shiny white a tie distracted her opponent pam shriver at the time so much that schreiber lost and later complained to officials that white should not wear that outfit ever again earlier we spoke with barry cowan who's a former british tennis player and that's what he had to say well i was certainly surprised when that news broke this week because i always go back to when i was watching the french are going to win serena first walk down the cats i thought it was different but i have no problems with it and that's always what i feel when people talk about it after the event or people took it further down the line is did i michelin think it was out of order absolutely not so i actually feel sorry for her because given the reasons you actually wore it i think she's got a very strong case so maybe that might be something the serena might fight or maybe
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some of the other fights in the future i see as the french are going to probably making the starts it lost difference personally i i have no problem with with what she will and i totally one hundred percent understand the reasons why she wore it i mean what we don't want and we don't we don't want to play coming out in the morning wearing something entirely different grab a stick when he won't remember the french open years ago when the whole cycling shorts and i think the pink shorts is what's pink cycling shorts and the denim shorts i think different that's quite cool i have no problem with that either because we you know it's a fashion statement and i think tennis you doesn't you know the french open is not like women women each tradition is all white i mean they've obviously make the rule of law stricter in the last three three years it is predominately white but as long as it's tennis or time i don't see anything wrong with what syria war i think this time is it's up from a post me obviously you know people have different opinions but in terms of what i
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and my view on it is are i think it's i think it's certainly should be legitimate. there's also been playing scene of reaction to this on social media first the riaa might come to be diverse won the french open needs to learn how to respect the greatest of all time and stop telling serena williams a what to wear when there's this tweet so serena williams the greatest tennis player of all time contour a black body suit that was specially made to prevent blood clotting do you suppose but health complications during the french open because she needs to respect the game you know williams is the game says brian it's also been a lot of talk over racism take a look at this one let's call this french open restriction on three williams for what it is racist and sexist arbitrary dress code policies have been disproportionately used to target black women in schools at work and though on the tennis court this is the unfair policing of black women's bodies as always you can see your thoughts with us using the hash tag a.j. news good or you can tweet me directly at peter underscore standard most board in
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the eight hundred g.m.t. . thank you for that peter and that's it for this edition of news great remember to keep in touch with us on social media at all times the hash tag a.j. news great for me for the bank home team thank you for watching i think. pakistan did not have the ability to take on every network no one else knew he had to fight all of them big enough to sponsor and fund them as well in search of the missing pieces of this really important meetings or talk of the moment he said i like to know i got the pakistani puzzle when you got the news of bin laden was killed were you surprised or was your reaction oh they found in the place we
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patient and woody's also the same as a cinder towers introduced to it though when my father and my most of our team for king for how the personal story to discover the source of one of the most expensive commodities sent from had been an hour just sarah. process says he's ashamed of the catholic church's failure to punish priests who abuse children as he makes his first visit to ireland. and are in taters out as they are live from london also coming up. ranger refugees demanding justice one year after the start of the mean crackdown which drove them
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from their homes. new passport was come into force in peru to stem the flow of venezuelan migrants escaping economic misery in their country. and opposition leader. and former warlord member is disqualified from running the d r c s presidential election. that francis has begun a two day visit to ireland where he's been forced to address the scandals of sexual abuse in the catholic church head on the pope arrived in dublin amid an ongoing crisis over child abuse in the church he met alan's president and prime minister and attended a state reception it was that the prime minister only ever aka told the pope that caricature abuse and stain the irish state. magilla laundries mother and baby homes industrial schools illegal adoptions and clerical child abuse are stains on our states our society and also the church. people kept in dark corners
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behind closed doors cries for help that went on hurt. and these wounds are still open and there is much to be done to bring about justice and truth and healing for the victims and survivors. number so we going to show you i cannot fail to acknowledge the great scandal caused in ireland by the abuse of young people by members of the church charge of the responsibility for that protection and education the failure of a crazy ass to cloth ortiz to adequately address these repugnant crimes has rightly given rise to outrage i myself share the sentiments. in the last hour the pope took a short trip through the city in his popemobile thousands of people lined the route to see him pass by but the number was fast more of in the two point seven million people who greeted john paul or second the last pope to visit island nearly forty years ago. and not everyone was happy to see the pope demonstrators held baby shoes
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to protest against the abuse of young people by priests others gathered with rainbow flags on a bridge in the city in solidarity with the community but just as said the pope had a number of issues to address during his visit i think it's great timing actually because he really can't avoid talking about the issues that have come to the forefront and i think there is a great momentum that is being led out of ireland of really challenging the church's behavior and challenging the corruption of many of our children never come out of these institutions and this is by christian people you know and this is symbolic today that we remember that maybe the church has forgotten the way don't forget and will never forget. trust will not be returned within the population from simply what will you say to the prophet. you're going to be good you're. going to be. me baka has more from dublin.
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pope francis used his first speech here on irish soil to address allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse within the catholic church against children dating back decades according to the church's own internal analysis only internal documents there have been thirteen hundred allegations made against male priests alone going back to nine hundred seventy five but only eighty two prosecutions pope francis made it very clear that he shared the anger and the repugnancy over these allegations but it was a over agca the irish prime minister who made it clear that the law really needs to be invoked here to bring those guilty of abuse to justice there is however still some tension between church and state pope francis gave a veiled criticism of the recent referendum here to legalize abortion saying
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that the rights of the unborn need to be protected there are of course many changes to irish society in the past forty years some of the cornerstones of catholic doctrine have one by one been dismantled it is however important now if there is going to be any healthy relationship between church and state for the thought against elements the darkest elements in the catholic church these recent history to be addressed. it's exactly a year since me in ma launched a military crackdown on revenge of muslims in rakhine state hundreds of thousands of people have fled to neighboring bangladesh in what the u.n. described as a textbook example of ethnic cleansing. refugees that have been holding peaceful protests demanding justice and a safe return to their homes and the camps near the border have become the world's largest refugee settlement and desha signed
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a deal with me in march and other refugees to return but the repatriation process has stalled the violence began when fighters from the ira can remain just salvation army attacked more than thirty police and army posts on august twenty fifth killing at least twelve security personnel this was hours after a commission led by former u.n. chief kofi annan submitted a report to minimize government on how to improve the lives of the reinjure and other communities in rakhine state meanwhile as military responded swiftly to the attacks by launching a brutal crackdown which human rights watch says involved a systematic campaign of arson rape and extrajudicial killings according to doctors without borders around six thousand seven hundred range including hundreds of children were killed in the first month alone and more than seven hundred thousand revenger have been forced to flee to neighboring bangladesh joining three hundred thousand ranger who are already there after previous crackdowns momentum droom spoke to a range activist in cox's bazaar he's urging his fellow refugees to fight for
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justice. i'm. speaking passionately to fellow row hinge refugees mohamed el eos is urging this audience to begin demanding their rights hoping his words will connect with the old and breakthrough to the young ultimately inspiring them to seek justice for the constant persecution he says they faced in me and mark need that help me that i'm one of the that's why we're raising our voice we want to go back home we want to be citizens of our country who want to live there with safety and security. and the us is a member of the ira conroe him just society for peace and human rights he tells me there is absolutely no excuse for the real him not to be recognized as citizens of me and more on. the already out about our mothers and fathers are from the n mar we were also born there but they still made us suffer we didn't get an education they
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didn't even let us pray at the mosque. one year ago a crackdown by me and more as military and rock and state began a campaign of violence against the ranges that included mass killings sexual violence and arson since then over seven hundred thousand roll hinges escape to neighboring bangladesh the un called it a textbook example of ethnic cleansing me and mars government however as denied allegations atrocities were committed. for the rohingya who fled violence in me and more last august life here was supposed to be temporary but in the past twelve months cox's bazaar has become home to the largest refugee settlement in the world now with each passing day the refugees here worry that their existence here may become permanent. nowadays signs of construction are everywhere but as the camp grows so does the frustrations living conditions have improved and yet they're
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still very difficult elliot's and his family also fled the violence in iraq and stayed in august two thousand and seventeen and what i'm not going to pull to go my children are missing their home they always say they want to go back home his daughter sure mean was born while they were all hiding from the military in a forest in me and more she'll turn one in just a few days at least his older children long for a home they no longer have but for his youngest it's a home he fears she may never know mama gentleman dizzee it at the good to belong refugee camp in cox's bizarre on with edge there is brought into force new and she was traditions to limit the flow venezuelan migrants trying to escape the economic crisis in their country over the last week thousands have been desperately trying to reach period ahead of the new rules which require them to show valid passports
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instead of national i.d. cards on friday ecuador opened what it called a humanitarian corridor to bus loads of people through to peru in time. the u.n. estimates that some two point three million venezuelans offend the country since twenty fourteen causing a migration crisis across the region the majority escaped to neighboring brazil and colombia brazil has taken in tens of thousands of people while more than a million venezuelan migrants have entered colombia in the last fifty fifteen months many venezuelans and make long tracks by land to ecuador and peru where they hope to find greater acceptance and benefit from easier migration rules but in the past two weeks both ecuador and peru have announced tighter entry rules officials from colombia ecuador and peru agreed to meet in bogota next week to seek a way forward in the crisis. and sanchez is in the caribbean for a city of two mosquitoes to the ecuador border america that new passport requirement is now in place so what's happening there now. that's right
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lauren the passport requirement measure is now in place since you last night people rushed throughout the night to try to get you on time but around two in the morning i'll cordy's to close the entries for people who don't have real passports or a valid passport so there are hundreds of people arriving now most of them don't have but their i.d. one is alone id they don't have because and it was very difficult expensive they have to bribe authorities with thousands of dollars it takes months or even a year to get a passport so they even if they wanted to take couldn't get one so the fear was some of them with their in a one an idea some of them don't even have that now authorities continue to take they are showing they will be showing some flexibility with children. the elderly
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pregnant women all for instance if the father house a passport and the mother doesn't have one and the children doesn't then they will be allowing them to to enter the country however behind me you see there are people in queuing up because they are queuing up to request for asylum that's the only option even if i'm right now don't have passports to request. for asylum that will allow them to go into the country and apply for the working climate the peruvian law protect them and if they are obliged to. receive the big time requests and so the people will be slowly going into the country even if they don't have passports and myrna what does the future hold for the people who have managed to cross the border. when they come when they go across the border it's very difficult because most people are here can live they have some.


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