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the un mechanisms related to human rights including the human rights council as well as supporting the works and contributing to the reforms and effecting their mandate which is iran's president hassan rouhani has officially rejected the resignation of his foreign minister he said allowing mohammad javad zarif to step down would not be in the interests of the country serif suddenly announced his resignation on monday on the social media platform instagram without giving a reason. nigeria's reelected president is appealing for unity. to a second term winning by nearly four million votes he's defended the voters as being free and fair but his main rival says he'll challenge the results in a court hearing which has more from a bridge or. supporters from nigeria's ruling party mark rivals from the main opposition party they say they are celebrating and that this is their way of making it clear president mohammed one saturday his election with more than fifteen
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million votes you can see here problem supporters and that is an indication that the police widely accepted election result of. absentee able to make good and some. of the main opposition leader abu bakar plans to challenge the results in court. isn't a jury with as little. as . it is. that. the opposition insists there was widespread rigging and allegation rejected by the ruling party opposition parties don't have
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a great record when it comes to dealing with courts in africa those in zimbabwe and democratic republic of congo recently appealed election results and failed is not clear how successful the legal challenge made by nigeria's opposition will be. nigeria is africa's most populous country the recent election was a continent of not just democratic exercise how the electoral dispute is handled is crucial but i do and i'm impressed by the temperament of the position in terms of the we've chosen to use to choose and please clarify the process. the process begins of for i have evidence that has never happened to the president . also the never before the. twenty fifth so maybe this is another step in to us. while bihari supporters continue celebrating his rival says he will
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elaborate more on his plan of action soon how to al-jazeera. five change is the future that's the message coming out of the more about wild congress and barcelona the fifth generation of mobile connectivity is set to usher in a new era of super fast internet speeds and that will open up a range of new gadgets charlie angela reports from barcelona. at this tech trade fair there's one thing everyone is pitching it's five g. . sites. life is about thirty five g.'s the network one hundred times faster than forty wireless internet will be rolled out twenty twenty but in some places it's already operating here patients under the knife at a hospital in barcelona is linked by five she can. as to the mobile world congress where a senior surgeon is guiding his genius through a gastro intestinal operation the world's first live five g. assisted surgery one of the main problems you are not in the right plane east's you
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can make an injury into the your it it's estimated that every year one hundred forty three million surgeries can't be performed due to lack of surgical knowledge dr antenatal ac believes five g. can change that the surgeon just needs a simple recommendation for a few means needs of the operation or maybe even have a hole into the call and say ok would work inside you to do it and that's when we leave you even if you took five g. change our lives change the health system most consumers will first see five gene speeds on their smartphones but companies building into every device that can be connected to the internet so your tablet will talk to your t.v. which again will be connected to your heating and so on this is called high ot the internet of things and the improvements won't just be for humans and how will five
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g. make you a better robot or protests. my mind is in the cloud so far general loan terms are complex questions on most in the summer and the it's all good bye to the old environmental long time we do our. tech leaders say five g. puts us on the cusp of a new industrial revolution but it's not a revolution everyone will be able to afford. you see them all while fall asleep so it's possibly the most important thing we can do to make sure that people feel that today there's two hundred million fewer women the man that owns a mobile phone south asia forty percent less sub-saharan africa thirty percent. so while this new wave of technology. there's work to do to make it cool future. still ahead. in sports remains on course for his hundred. details
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coming up with saddam.
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thank you very much austrian police have arrested five athletes in an anti doping raid at the nordic skiing the world championships the raid took place at a hotel in seefeld where the event is on the way in total nine people including a sports doctor have been arrested across austria and germany the raids are part of an operation targeting criminals in germany who are six suspected of carrying out
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a blood doping two of the athletes arrested are from austria two are staying in and one from a cousin. in the stars and are just in order to provide the state prosecution with evidence for the charge and i'm grateful to catch one athlete red handed during the raid he was caught and arrested with a blood transfusion still in his arms to spain now where barcelona have booked their place in the final of the copa del rey classical rivals real madrid three nil louis why are so good to rafael for and scored an own goal in the semifinal second leg this is the first of the two encounters between barcelona real madrid and for days that they'll go head to head again legal on saturday in england chelsea's ninety three million dollar goalkeeper has paid the price for his music during sunday's league cup final is spaniard refused to be substituted during the match against man just to city which his team eventually lost on penalties his behavior
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left the boss mauricio a sorry fuming and as a result was dropped for wednesday's game against tottenham it finished two nil to chelsea meanwhile liverpool have held on to their one point is that the top of the table with a thumping five nil win over what for the title rivals manchester city beat west ham by a goal to mellow but that's not going to be enough to take the lead to arsenal have run riot beating bournemouth five one to move to fourth and all the going assault got another winner with manchester united who beat crystal palace. french football club non to have complained to see further cause the city have not paid the first installment of the transfer fee for a million dollars salary and time who was killed in a playing crash in january two days after signing with the english premier league club for more than nineteen million dollars has demanded payment a book cause of say they are waiting for the outcome of the investigation into the
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crash i love you fellas he further your attorney. has some bodies to deal with these issues because it's a dispute over a contract but there's a human situation that makes us all very sad for the tragic and craziest thing that happened to him illyana sallah at this point the only thing i want to say is that we should embrace his family and bodies and the two clubs will think about him and i hope they find an agreement because we are inventing a still pushing for forty eight team will cup in qatar three years from now will for that to happen it might involve sharing the tournament with some of its neighbors well that's a promo because qatar is currently under a blockade imposed by saudi arabia the u.a.e. behind in egypt but sees a brazilian is holding out hope it will all work out for you i mean to you that are joining political relationships in the region are actually complex right now but donald trump and kim jong un just met today so if the president of the united
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states can meet with the leader of north korea then everything is possible as president afifa i am in the beautiful position of working in football and not in politics so maybe with a bit of naivety i can talk about it openly with everybody qatar is open to discuss the situation let's see what the neighboring countries will do or has been eventful day or formula one testing barcelona sebastian vettel crossed into the tire barrier but did not sustain any injuries his car was damaged though he lost control of the ferrari heading into a turn that's all blamed on the mechanical problems so the car is now being checked . it was an issue with it. was a bit. like. he wasn't in control of the. list. of items on
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his to close the second fastest time but for the second day running a so far is some mclaren that's talked all the time she said this time it's drive a part of science who's quickest. roger federer has edged closer to his one hundred title as he booked his place into the quarterfinals all to dubai championships each twenty time a grand slam winner was up against fernando verdasco in the last sixteen federer fought from a said down to beat the spaniard in three sets six three three six six three not some stunning pictures coming from the middle of the atlantic ocean some of the world's best surface that have been competing in near perfect conditions all state coast of cape verde is the first round of the strapless world tour local competitor me till montero won the men's contest with the perfect temple and display a wise one a white one women's event. and we had
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a really amazing conditions the really beautiful clean waves and good wind so it was really fun and all the girls are really being you know it was great. and also is fulfilled we will have more later on and that's it for meanest on the tape for this news out but i'll be back in just a few minutes with morning. christian priest you are a friend of the palestinians is a true effect over every rock and champion of the palestinian cause.
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an activist who is willing to sacrifice his freedom. for his beliefs. al-jazeera world tells the extraordinary story of the archbishop and the piano. driven by outrage and spanning generations the real hinge of demonstrators gathered on the very day a widely criticized repatriation agreement between the governments of bangladesh and me and more was to begin the anger was all too apparent and the fear was palpable if you don't like we're so afraid that if they send one of us back to myanmar today tomorrow they'll send back ten and the day after tomorrow they'll send back twenty thirty or if we were given citizenship in myanmar then there would be no need to take us back there we would go back on our own we must remember the rancho among the most persecuted minorities in the world. every dude
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is being an alarmist it's being weighed and measured. and it's not just i phones that i was laughing i mean most not fans of the state at the moment we are in a state of the universe that started in something that was over a week act i would rather take the risks of democracy than the risks of the dictatorship digital dissidents on al-jazeera. and i am not protecting mr trump anymore. donald trump's former lawyer testifies before congress calling the u.s. president a con man and a racist. and president is half a world away in vietnam will his second summit with north korea's leader more
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concrete results than his facts. hello i'm a star and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up accusations from both sides as india and pakistan continue their clashes over the disputed kashmir region . and we speak with the families of venezuelan soldiers imprisoned for their opposition to the regime. while the lawyer who once said he'd take a bullet for donald trump has fired his own salvo at the u.s. president michael cohen who spent hours testifying before a congressional committee and the hearing wrapped up just a short time ago it was a day marked by heated pauses and ship even by washington standards we'll be live there in a moment but she has begins our coverage. as expected michael curran explicitly
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links donald trump to his conviction for campaign finance violations the president of the united states thus wrote a personal check for the payment of hush money as part of the criminal scheme to file a campaign finance law in so doing could also alleged connection between the president some donald trump jr in connection with a criminal conspiracy to which he has pleaded guilty. to the president's current he's a racist he's a con man. and he's a cheat what was unexpected is kurt also discussed issues related to the russia investigation although he made clear he had no direct evidence of collusion first but the lobbyist roger stone had informed trump that wiki leaks a told him that they would release e-mails damaging to hillary clinton during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign mr trump responded by stating to the effect would that be great prosecutors allege russia supplied wiki leaks with those emails we could
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leaks denies that and also says no conversation with stone took place but that it had publicly announced that publication was imminent either way trump has denied for knowledge karen also said he suspects trump knew that a trump tower meeting would take place with russian nationals about getting damaging information on clinton during the campaign and alleged the trump lied throughout the campaign about his attempts to build a trump tower in moscow and the president's lawyers signed off on false congressional testimony about those negotiations you need to know mr trump personal lawyers reviewed and edited my statement to congress about the timing of the moscow tower negotiations before i gave it to be clear mr trump knew of and directed the trump moscow negotiations throughout the campaign and lied about it he lied about it because he never expected to win and also made this tantalizing statement is there any other wrongdoing or illegal act that you are aware of
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regarding donald trump that we haven't yet discussed today yes and again those are part of the investigation that's currently being looked at by the southern district of new york there are also allegations about tax fraud and for on the part of donald trump's charitable foundation this would have made uncomfortable viewing for the president if as was reported he was watching in vietnam even as a dog from denies all the allegations shabbat hansie al-jazeera washington. well the republican representatives in the cohen hearing mainly focused on what they consider his lack of credibility right in front of this committee you can't conflict your testimony sir europe at the lab the logical liar you don't know truth from from truth from falsehood sir are you frightened to present it is my time now for my answer with what i ask you a question you all asked for an answer. al-jazeera has more from washington d.c.
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. it was hour after hour of striking testimony from the u.s. president donald trump's former personal attorney michael cohen one of the more alarming things came after the testimony was over we saw the chairman the democratic chairman of the committee come out and reporters asked him do you think the president of the united states committed a crime while in office and he said well after hearing the testimony i believe he did referring to the fact that michael cohen was able to produce a check from president trump that he said is reimbursement for paying off or not a few star who wanted to disclose the fact before the election that you had an affair with the president that is a crime the cohen is already pled guilty to the present the united states he admitted is an unindicted coconspirator with him in federal court in new york another thing that came out was the president's tax returns he's one of the only presidential candidates really for the last forty years who hasn't released his tax
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returns michael cohen was asked about that he said the president told him he didn't want to release his tax returns because he was afraid then they would be investigated by think tanks and it could trigger an audit the problem for the president is he said all along he couldn't return it releases returns because he was already being audited so that calls that into question the bottom line this is just the beginning congress and played out the case why everyone close to the president needs to come before them in the near future be put under oath and say exactly what happened. pakistan's prime minister iran khan has called for talks with india after the nuclear power is shot down each other's fighter jets in the disputed kashmir region pakistan says it down to the indian jets and captured one of the pilots india came straight shot down one pakistani aircraft imran khan reports from islamabad. this indian fighter jet to crash is disputed between these two youths. but it was evidence that pakistan and india welcome for. to each other in the skies above the borders and it prompted this appeal from
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pakistan's prime minister to india's leader noor and ramadi. sort of him here but we decided to take action today we only wanted to show india that we're able to and if you come into our land we will always retaliate to indian jets across the border and they were shot down i will say the pilots are with us the problem is where do we go from here. that you have met tell us the pakistani air force says it shot down two indian warplanes after they crossed into its territory in the disputed region of kashmir one crashed in the district of goma. below me on my heart and i have firstly we need to clear the rubble and then deal with the injured after that the air force technical team will come and investigate what happened as of now we found two bodies. initially the indian government said its plane was down because of a technical fault we have unfortunately lost one. but it is
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missing in action. out. there he is in the. tension in this volatile region increased after a suicide bomb attack killed at least forty indian security personnel two weeks ago the pakistan based on group jaish e mohammad claimed responsibility on tuesday the indian air force carried out strikes close to the border of pakistan and pakistan administered kashmir india and pakistan governments have competing narratives about what's happening in the region analysts say the situation has the potential to escalate into full scale conflict i think that's needed by social media by television and by this need information. on site all the other and there is a lot of what you might call the nationalist flow that we see in any coffee
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when there is any kind all right lashon security. space around indian administered kashmir has been shut down and pakistan has closed all its a space to commercial traffic there is a real atmosphere of fear in the disputed region all by kashmir many people particularly along the border are packing up their things and then leaving their houses because they are worried more will come by pakistan and india now have two real options military which is what you think over the last few days or diplomacy imran khan from about. the offense to mail tell us about developments from new delhi. india's office ition who until now has been standing shoulder to shoulder with the government came out with a joint statement criticizing the government's handling of the situation since the attack on february fourteenth that killed at least forty indian paramilitary soldiers the opposition said openly we're with the government to show
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a united stand now they're showing this issuing some cracks in the political unity now in iran han has offered that you know what happens now is the ball is india's court but we don't know what he is going to do yet but in the meantime i can tell you people in india are on edge there and like worried what could happen could this lead to another war the people who especially tell us they feel trapped in the middle of themselves those indeed administered kashmir people there say they see shelling happening there worried about it getting too close a hospital staff and tree not graft told us they've painted red cross symbols on their roofs hoping that might offer them protection in case there's an air strike they're worried that's a possibility know. the business end of donald trump's second son that with north korea's leader begins in the next few hours the us president set for
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a forty five minute one on one meeting in vietnam on the fast day of the summit that had met briefly before having. brown has more from hanoi. the full talks are on the way this was billed as a casual get together between north korea's leader kim jong un and us president don't trump the message of the first summit it was a great success and i think this one hopefully will be equal or greater than the first we made a lot of progress and i think the biggest progress was our relationship it is really a good one. here we are today sitting next to each other and this time i am convinced that an excellent out. it will be for tuesday but all people can welcome and i will do my best to make that happen this their first meeting since the historic singapore summit almost nine months ago then at a casual dinner the leaders had just two aides each as well as their interpreters the evening helping to set the tone ahead of thursday's meetings at the heart of
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their discussions will be the sprawling young beyond nuclear complex experts say plutonium and highly enriched uranium are produced here essential materials for a nuclear weapon dismantling it could win concessions from the united states like an easing of sanctions but. the singapore summit was more symbolism than substance and ahead of these talks in hanoi president trump a sort to play down expectations of a significant breakthrough and even if kim were to agree to give up the nuclear weapons we know about it would still be a long and complicated process here with the uniform is like north korea vietnam a bitter war with the united states more than.


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