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right now if the make will look like it looks now it will be again a right wing government leader that by the hour but they are two are known facts to us one is investigations against with the neo which we don't know yet how we. and the second unknown factor is will they be new organizations. extorts in the game because in the lift side of the side of the mic the these some talking about to your party new x. to fish and stepping in and this might change the whole picture we have to wait but it is a said before don't expect dramatic changes so had for you on the program a formal warlord known as rambo is extradited from central african republic to the international criminal court. we travel to the blue heart of europe and meet the
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women fighting to defend their. welcome back we're here across parts of china we are seeing some rain showers here across the coastal areas now the next few days the rain will linger over hong kong but we do expect to see that rain start to make its way towards the north as we make our way towards tuesday conditions are going to be improving for hong kong with a temperature of twenty six we are going to see that rain up here towards fuzhou oh at about twenty one in shanghai it is going to be a cool rainy day for you at seventeen degrees well we are watching what's happening down here across parts of southern india very closely we had one storm push across much of that area brings very heavy rain and some of those rain showers were deadly with the flooding that was involved we are going to see more rain coming in from the bay of bengal over the next few days monday right for chennai down here towards
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colombo as well bengaluru is going to be a rainy day at twenty eight degrees and not much of a change as we go towards tuesday heavy rain across much of the south but up towards the north it is going to be a warm day for new delhi with attempt a few of about twenty eight degrees and here across much of the arabian peninsula not looking too bad down here towards the south but what we are going to be seeing the rain is up here towards northern part of saudi arabia as well as parts of iraq across that border area for riyadh and it's going to be a warm day for you at twenty four degrees not looking too bad there for doha twenty eight degrees and over here towards twenty eight. across china millions of cameras are watching citizens every move and scoring their behavior when east investigates china's surveillance crackdown. on al-jazeera.
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al-jazeera. where ever you. welcome back to quick look at the top stories this hour now u.s. president donald trump says he hasn't listened to recordings of the murder of saudi jonas jamal khashoggi as they all too graphic the u.s. government is expected to release a report into the writers killing on tuesday. if he is apec summit has broken out without agreement it's the first time leaders at the asia pacific economic cooperation summit could not agree on a final statement. and measurement was holding
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a last ditch talks to save his government off to one of his coalition partners with drew left him with just one a one seat majority in the knesset and he says he doesn't want to call an election . well in all the stories we're watching closely the u.s. envoy for peace talks with the afghan taliban says he's hoping for a peace deal by april zalmay khalilzad has had three days of talks in castle where the taliban have a political office a taliban spokesman said talks aimed at renewing the peace process and ending u.s. military involvement the taliban control almost half of afghanistan and frequently attacks security forces and government targets a supporter of exploring that with the for reconciliation and i'm. talking to all afghans all interested or these who are interested in a political settlement i know that the government of afghanistan wants.
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the taleban are saying that they do not believe. that they can succeed militarily that they would like to see there are problems that remain resolved by peaceful means by political negotiations and i know that the international community particularly the united states on behalf of which i'm speaking also would like that. a politician in the central african republic has to face war crimes charges at the international criminal court alfred also known as rambo was a senior leader within the mostly christian commitment its fighters attacked muslim seleka rebels who seize power in two thousand and thirteen matheson reports. nearly twelve months gunfire rang out across parts of central african republic muslim rebels accused of committing atrocities after seizing control in late twenty thirteen were targeted by armed christian groups known as anti baraka now five
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years later the man accused of leading one of those christian groups is facing trial at the international criminal court. known as rambo independent and impartial investigation has produced evidence on the basis of which we allege. is criminally responsible for several counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the central african republic fifth this amber twenty thirteen. of twenty fourteen i.c.c. prosecutors in the netherlands accuse us at home of leading forces which carried out murder and torture as well as attacking civilians and using child soldiers being subject to un sanctions since investigations began but that didn't stop him being elected to parliament two years ago he was arrested last month after
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a gun was fired in parliament during a dispute between york at home and another m.p. . char welcomes this transfer to the i.c.c. it's a strong message to the leaders of armed groups as the political dialogue with the african union approaches. central african republic has suffered years of violence u.n. forces have recently been on the streets of the capital bangui and elsewhere fighting just a few days ago reportedly killed at least forty people yet the tom's extradition to the international criminal court in the hague is thought to be the first from ca our prosecutors say they're determined he won't be the last rob matheson al-jazeera the u.s. is rushing to complete its border wall with the mexican city of tijuana in hopes of keeping fountains of central americans out they've been making their way through mexico hoping to seek asylum in the united states ordered three thousand people are seeking shelter in a sports complex in the border city. castro has been speaking to some of them if.
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they came in the night bus loads of central american asylum seekers greeted by the applause of those who arrived before them. but morning illuminates the challenge ahead american workers rushing to complete the border wall and u.s. soldiers nearby then the u.s. i'm asking god to help us pass and give us asylum in about three thousand members of the caravan are now in t. wanna radius and her family joined the line of the chopper out port of entry adding their names to a wait list of more than fourteen hundred families ahead of them. they already traveled a month on foot but it will be weeks more before their turn to claim asylum more nights their sick daughter will sleep with no roof and no bed they have them all. she good with and has the flu and and fever u.s.
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authorities are allowing only a few dozen asylum seekers a day to pass through the port of entry citing strained resources is a was going on they see this due to the lack of resources but they have the resources to deport thousands of people a day they just want people to give up the border wall is a solid barrier between tijuana and the us that extends all the way into the ocean trying to swim around or trying to scale the top is simply too dangerous of a prospect for the vast majority of migrants get a desperate few have tried. most are unaware of u.s. president donald trump's executive order to deny asylum to anyone who crosses. but almost all say they're planning to wait anyway they'll claim asylum legally they say even though it means prolonging their time in the u.s. borders shadow's i.v. joe castro al-jazeera t.v. one in mexico. britain's prime minister has faced more criticism five deal to
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withdraw the country from the european union dominic rob the fall of bricks that minister who resigned over the draft agreement said it was fatally flawed he says he'll continue to support juries in may but called on her to change course in demanding more concessions from the e.u. may could face a leadership challenge in the next few days but insists attempts to oust her would be pointless. but change of leadership at this point isn't going to make the negotiations any easier and it's not going to change the parliamentary arithmetic what it will do what it will do is bring in a degree of uncertainty that's uncertainty for people and their jobs what it will do is mean that is a risk that actually we delay the negotiations and that's a risk that. frustrated. the latest now from outside the house of parliament here in london. it's been a tough week the prime minister to resign may but she is standing her ground doubling down on the what she says is the best option for the u. k.
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to leave the european union how would draw a deal she says is the rights one for the country to choose meantime she confirmed that she would be going to brussels in the coming days to meet with the european commissioner. to finalize those little details that have made this particular negotiation so broad's in the meantime there is still the issue of all the opposing voices that are within not just her government but her own party to get all those resignations that took place last week now there are a group of m.p.'s who are trying to collect enough letters to trigger off a vote of confidence in may they need to get forty eight of those letters and if that happens then that will go ahead and that will cause even more volatility within the government at this particular time in the meantime the opposition leader
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jeremy called when the head of the labor party came out and said that he was not happy with the wood drawled deal and that his government his party would be voting against it what he really wants however and what the leadership of been tentatively pushing towards is another general election although how much success they would have with that is debatable they have consistently been behind the conservative party by a few points jury this year but in terms of the other voices within his own party about the possibility of second referendum a so-called people's vote he said that now was not the time to have but that could be an option quite possibly for the future. and president emanuel has called for a more unified europe after meeting with german. chancellor to commemorate victims of war mccraw an angler muckle laid wreaths at the new watch memorial in lynn it used to be a pression guard house until it was rededicated as
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a memorial for the victims of war twenty five years ago now it's called the blue heart of year the balkans have the last surviving network of unspoiled a wild rivers on the entire continent but two thousand seven hundred hydroelectric dams are threatening what many say is a unique ecosystem in bosnia herzegovina a group of women in amounting village has vowed to fight back as they've achieved in airports. the christy's the river runs through a mountain forest once a rich hunting ground outside serry a vote for the emperor of austria hungary a business cartels plans to build a small hydroelectric plant here though means these waters could soon run dry diverted into concrete pipes to drive. on yet. the women of the village of christie tsar are the only thing standing in their way the project would
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destroy the hopes of reviving jobs and tourism in a national park devastated by the war here in the one nine hundred ninety s. . riot police were used to clear a block a day built to prevent construction crews reaching the site of the team women with battens outraged public opinion. they continue that twenty four hour guard above the river which is a source of drinking water as well as taking the fight to the courts is we've seen examples of the dams that have been built before you know they're empty the river beds we would all have to move out and leave our homes. throughout the balkan region a total of two thousand seven hundred hydroelectric plants are planned or on the construction. in bosnia-herzegovina they already supply forty percent of the energy supply. environmentalists say that building a hydroelectric dam is similar to cutting down
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a tropical rain forest and its impact on the local ecology investors maybe getting a quick return on their money but a huge swathe of species in the local habitat put on a downward escalator to words extinction. ecologists have described it as a tsunami of down buildings that will profoundly alter the whole region the real motive they say is far from the ideal of clean sustainable energy if you're having some really really most beautiful one of the most beautiful rivers in the world so here. they are going to be destroyed for the sake of. greed. but in ten years time solar power is forecast to be much cheaper than hydroelectric and the pristine forests and rivers of the balkans will probably have gone for ever david chaytor al-jazeera sarajevo. government ministers in tanzania have two hundred thousand tons of cash to nuts on their hands government support the
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country's entire crop to try and end a price dispute between fun as in traders even the army's been deployed while workers are being sent home as catherine soy reports. di ness number is have a sting the last of her cash crop that it's been a bad idea a disease or dries of food has meant she's only managed to fill seven sacks instead of the usual forty on average to make matters worse middlemen offered to buy them at and acceptably low price that of course the government to intervene and buy tanzania's and hire a crop at a dollar and a half a kilo the government's also undertaken to process and sell it or. what they wanted to buy from us at a cost that will not get any returns we spend so much on fertilizes the way the government has intervened is good. the cash in us will end up in warehouses like this would be leased by the government officials here and military commanders are
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walking out logistics to make sure the process is smooth and there's enough room to store around two hundred thousand tons of knots what you should be going in i want you see we want you the public to coordinate with the military we need strong young men to load the trucks. tanzania is one of the world's largest cash not produces and the major foreign exchange. president john mark foley has some ministers and government workers to deal with the matter price crisis this move by the government to buy up all the cash and nuts from families in the south is unprecedented the president has ordered the agriculture development bank to pay up and for the military to coordinate trucking the nuts to warehouses traders and middlemen are being left out at this time of the processing plants such as this one should be busy preparing exports
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most have shut down in those still operating will soon. come twenty helps run the factory he says a fall in cash prices because of a subclass in the wild market has made it difficult for traders to buy from the government set price. with close to some operations and laid off two hundred people next week when this process is done will have to send another two hundred homes must be finished packaging the other one hundred will have to be some traders say they're ready to talk to the authorities and reach an agreement but for now the government is family in charge of what is tanzania's most important cash crops. al-jazeera south of tanzania. let's update you on the top stories now u.s. president donald trump says he hasn't listened to recordings of the murder of saudi
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jealous jamal khashoggi because they are graphic the u.s. government is expected to release a report into the righteous killing on tuesday media reports that say the cia believes the saudi crown prince mohammed bin is responsible. we have the tape i don't want to hear the tape no reason for me to hear the tape why don't i have been what i really want to hear richard because it's a suffering tape it's a terrible tape i've been fully briefed on it there's no reason for me to hear it in fact i said to the people they said you really should there's no reason i know exactly i know everything that went out of the day and without having to what happened it was very violent very vicious and terrible and all the top stories this is apec summit has broken up without agreement event in papa new guinea was dominated by disputes between the united states and china over trade and investment this is the first time date is at the asia pacific economic corporation couldn't agree on a final statement benjamin netanyahu is holding last ditch talks to save his
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government after one of his coalition partners with drew i think joe lieberman quit the government in protest at a truce equate with hamas left netanyahu with just a one seat majority in the knesset but he says he doesn't want to call an election . the u.s. envoy for peace talks with the afghan taliban says he's hoping for a peace deal by april zalmay who held three days of talks in castle where the taliban has a political office currently the group holds almost half of afghanistan. or since prime minister has faced more criticism for a deal to withdraw the country from the european union dominate rob the full of bricks and minister who resigned over the draft agreement said it was fatally flawed he says he'll continue to support a reason they were called on had to change course and demand more concessions from the e.u. . i'm france's president emanuel has called for a more unified europe after meeting germany's chancellor to commemorate the victims
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of war. and laid wreaths at new luck will morial in. you're up to date with all of our top stories that will be more news at the top of the next hour in twenty five minutes time now want to one east looks at china's surveillance state. in china big brother is meeting big data advanced surveillance technology set up to watch everyone's every move what people say do and even think is monitor
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and more ranking people as good citizens or back to be rewarded or punished. and steve check out on this episode a one on one east we investigate how china is implementing the most sophisticated system of social control in history. china's cities are already flush with cameras around two hundred million of them. what's changing is they getting smarter. china is positioning itself to lead the world in artificial intelligence.
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surveillance technology is a key proving ground. facial recognition body scanning and geo tracking matched with your personal data and online behavior will power the social credit system leaving no dark corner. heidi. at the world intelligence congress in tanjil big brother's new toys are on shot. several of the exhibit is here including tech giant ali baba and now working with the state to write the algorithms that will calculate your social credit score they've already got the know how and they use a darter from their financial credit system allie passé manager of alli petain jing is chong. here you tell you about tonight you caught up by someone to like you need
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you trust you and we all would be to you. through to if you don't know how right you are and who is you woman when they say can do you go will be argued for yourself in your piece in case you don't see here tonight. sounds dramatic but it's the party line. pilot programs for a national social credit system are already on the way by twenty twenty the official outline boasts it will allow the trustworthy to run freely under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step. but
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there are two more tonight that have factions and all the time trying to send that answer or want to jump off a council hop. a while here. because you feel your passion to the fact out. it's said it all short the fact that because of the federal marshal for trying. yeah it's a. fan dan dan is going places very much the modern chinese woman. she's a marketing professional diligent and prosperous and sees clear skies in her digital future. don't read them tell all my thoughts and i'll. tell you for. now the advantage of. a model citizen dan dan will write highly on social credit.
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that every action will be tracked and judged is fine by her. her and on whether or not are all those who. make us out. to make. sure that we choke on chains and. don't dance criminal academic and medical records will fade into school as well as state security assessments. the shopping habits will be another measure. this school could even change in real time depending on what she puts in a trolley. by a lot of alcohol suggests dependence lose
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a couple of points. by a pack of nappies again if you suggest responsibility. on mortgage payments or your tax return lose a lot more. not that dan dan would risk that she keeps a close. saw on her financial rating vajra mobile payment app so this is sesame credit so what's the score that you have to set seventy three seven hundred seventy three was the maximum you can get i think it's eight hundred so you got a pretty good score oh i am i think of doing while not the best but yeah. top seven simple answer is what kind of access or what kind of privileges does that give you this is for like for rent cars i don't have to pay a deposit so you don't have to close it up and this is also a hotel. no deposit hall renting
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a hardass. china's middle class is on the rise. like jan jan they're mostly young urban used to living much of their lives online and on devices. that they're. not. going to buy things from what i. just. don't think there's. you know the telephone bill for your filter for this way to work and therefore you do all the little yourself you know we'll. pull you off. your choice because the problem not only will you know it's your. so you want your driver is always good for sure.
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even though she was just how sure you can see it just about how you what you call. the function essential function at your job so you always have a chance to share that with me. to tell you to consider. do you date and ultimately partner with will also affect your social credit. then then married for love but she also chose the right husband john shouting score is likely to be even higher than her shouting is a civil servant with the justice department a loyal car drove the party of the to do all that was it after the forty she said those legally were shields she owned the woman doesn't leave worry him in the union . he is a young fool to fly the whole four dollars dollars money off of their well we're
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sure sounds she will send us all the only one and then go for child means or one mean first year may need about our kids were you going to go without a father as you walk by as a woman was a new issue or. inclined to intend to bring the. two from the margins without. a man. to bring it to you what are these are your only child. wishes you took to the. trash in a few hundreds in the.
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first time. i've come to chongqing city a high tech metropolis in central china where the jailing river meets the yangtze i'm here to meet one of the ten million people who've seen the dark side of the social credit system investigative journalist leo. with his street smart hands on approach who has exposed high level corruption unsolved murder cases abandoned by the police in many countries he'd be celebrated not in china where there are no tone from our time d.m. back. online continue until then it has its own trinity. it owns you. q. and ascii. now sure you are and you draw on r.g.p. would have and i wouldn't have been careful could have actually one.
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in twenty fifteen who lost a defamation case after you cues to an official objects store. it was made to publish an apology and pay a fine but when the court demanded an additional fee who refused then in twenty seven saying he found himself suddenly locked out of society under a pilot social credit scheme he'd been blacklisted as dishonest. you know how in the gulf one. will be here what a good balance i mean then who maintains he has fully met the terms of use twenty fifth day in case he believes he's blacklisting is political but he has no way of challenging it. all out manhunt that. and or
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troll that been now in the machine on there. how many of our bad. these poor social credit rating has shut down these travel options and can find into effect of house arrest in chiang ching. and be sent to the girl so you are treating us to israel think our women out here of egypt will be seeing organs lisa or. if you should i think our. show woman to. lead our team down to cause it in the power of what what is its power to change it then go to hell as the back for waging b five relief since the cause of it sends a chunk of war seeds and whole nature who social media accounts have also been closed before his arrest he had nearly two.


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