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even today's bigger we don't have couple be singles for these or something like one of the thousand engineers the bill which is on its way through the russian parliament is the latest effort by the government to control the internet since two thousand and twelve the government has imposed many restrictions including locking more than one hundred fifty thousand websites arresting people for political santa to online polls and officially banning the popular messaging service telegram while many agree death threats of cyber attacks are real experts say that this bill could actually in danger internet traffic in russia even more recent bills to control the internet have been called clumsy and rushed but this latest bill is seen as a series attempt to control what is considered one of the last sources for independent information in russia dozens of people were detained during sunday's protest which was officially sanctioned by the government the reasons for the arrest have yet to be given the controversial bill will most likely be approved and
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become law later this year step fasten al-jazeera moscow time another short break here and al-jazeera when we come back i will sport more skiing history for this double and the chance to sound i will be here with that story more than spending. over one hundred and sixty years ago and musician started a band in an arty street in cairo and their brass band was so popular it gave birth to an entire musical genre. a century and a half later the sound still present aids with many interruptions today house of the people's music on al-jazeera. in a world where journalism as an industry is changing we have fortunate to be able to
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continue to expand to continue to have that passion and drive and present the stories in a way that is important to our viewers. everyone has a story worth hearing to. cover those that are often ignored we don't weigh our coverage towards one particular region or continent that's why i joined al-jazeera . thailand's military government is accused of using repressive laws to silence the general critics. but a new brigade of. thailand's rebel.
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welcome but now in the u.k. are making last minute contingency plans for brags that the british art market is the third largest in the world and relies on seeing the shipping in the european union galleries want to make sure that continues for their customers are reports now from london. this is one of the biggest. houses in europe. prepared for shipping around the world. the company service is
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top dealers private collections and museums so what's the most expensive item that's passed through. looking at in excess of one hundred million pounds so these are no more objects by any means or some might be small but very badly for the international art world depends on frictionless shipping with little bureaucracy and few tariffs but as briggs it looms the industry is weighing up the challenges i feel there is just this lack of clarity where we don't know what's going to happen if we if we get a deal next week then everything stays the same for twenty months maybe three years and then during that period they'll negotiate further but it does lead to further uncertainty and that makes long term planning quite difficult. for the moment are to shift seamlessly between the u.k. and the e.u. with very little red tape and with no g.t. in place for all of that could change when the u.k. leaves the e.u. if there are no new arrangements in place they could well be new duties imposed the
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more expensive there are the higher the g.t. . this high end dealerships in the heart of london's financial district but the gallery director has had to make a difficult decision to close the current show of twentieth century abstract art several weeks early the works of valued at seventy nine million dollars which means a possible tax bill of eight million dollars for shipping them back to italy after the u.k. leaves the e.u. because italy and other e.u. countries levy tax on our works imported from outside the bloc we are speaking about money so i can have disputes so far we don't have a for michelle friendships we don't have information from a lawyer subcounty so nobody knows so we can all see the situation and the view of breaks it from italy. which means they've shot themselves in the foot. some experts believe leaving the e.u. will be a golden opportunity for the u.k.
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allowing the country to reduce or remove all current e.u. levies bypassing europe altogether and attracting new global markets. while the industry considers the advantages and disadvantages of leaving the world's largest trading block some had to wait shipping their collections to a bricks safe distance the park and al-jazeera london. now has summer thank you very much after one of the worst result in the club's history real madrid have returned to winning ways they beat via the need for one in the spanish league reale had to come from a goal down to beat a team that is fighting to avoid relegation and just over a week at real madrid have been knocked out of the champions league lost twice to fierce rivals barcelona. in the table twelve points adrift of. napoli have lost more ground on italian league
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leaders you ventus late lorenza insania goal a saw them draw one one against. are set in the table eighteen points behind reigning champions moving. to the pool have moved within a point of english premier league leaders manchester city they beat burnley four to anfield. from in your an aside your money both scored twice as liverpool hit back on after conceding an early goal they before are even to win the title for the first time since nine hundred ninety we had only to make sure that we would be staying there in that in that. really interesting competition on top of the table and. the message today nobody gets rid of us if we if we play.
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the play today because we had the perfect picture from fighting the opponent fighting the circumstances and playing football why there are two other important games in the race to finish in the top four and qualify for next season's champions league goal from eden saga rescued a point for chelsea against a wolves arsenal have moved up into fourth place after a two nil win over majesty united it's united's first league defeat since interior manager goodness also took charge in december. i don't think nerves. go into it yet but of course you see spurs lose when we lose chelsea draw them so it's it's going to be down to the wire done down to the last few games definitely. but we've given us a great chance to to be in in the fight with two two points beyond fourth three points beyond third which is to be position to be in. the bron james and the l.a. lakers look set to miss out on the playoffs they suffered
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a safe straight defeats this time ago in town to the boston celtics the bronze a former team mates with a start for boston with thirty points james also had thirty points but the celtics still went on to win one hundred twenty to one hundred seven if the lakers don't make it to the playoffs it will be the first time in fourteen years that the bron james has missed the post isn't supposed to as well but little of a black sports online about what's gone wrong. when the margins is around it's always going to be like a weight change and allowed to watch rama need veteran players that aren't used to that type of pain in the natural players are going to help the young players with that maybe some very dynamic with the players and they'll probably lean young players there so there's a lot of dysfunction and added to the back and was trying to change came into
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a situation where he wasn't able to pick his coach lukewarmness to coach you know he said i will make things are probably lukewarm doesn't appear to be the type of coach. ron. paul is dysfunctional all this drama all of us out would always be in l.a. i just seen the county explode and it is really common law a lot of dysfunction with the team for the second straight year it is and still has won the season opening cuts alone. p. for me no one champion lewis hamilton though was in doha to watch the race with just. a champion mark marquez on the final lap of the first five riders all finished within six tenths of a second of each other. both the men's and women's tennis world number ones that have victory at the indian wells tournament in california now that djokovic beyond
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. in straight sets for a reckless fiftieth win at the tournament. beat the american seven six six to djokovic. wreck or six title in california. and began her title defense with a win over chris. who was dumped out of the dubai international by the french player two weeks ago came out on top in this encounter winning in states that. has secured his eighth consecutive men's world cup overall title he double elim picked champion finished third in the pronouncements of the season and that was enough to secure the championship that has now matched the world cup record twenty overall and this is the title said by lindsey vonn. and drivers at the rally of mexico have been taken on some unexpected obstacles to their progress and mickelson
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all with delayed by more than a minute when he was confronted by a closed gate he did eventually get on his way again know with a bit of help from the drivers. and that's why it's well for me i will have more later on some i thank you very much indeed tibet and to this human rights supporters around the world of march the sixtieth anniversary of an uprising against chinese rule ronnie's took place and taiwan and india there were no commemorations inside tibet. china's put restrictions on tourists and journalists who want to visit the region critics say it's not a sign china is repressing the rights of tibetans there and a home reports. on march tenth one thousand nine hundred fifty nine chinese soldiers pulled into debate china says it was liberating the himalayan country it had ruled to since nine hundred fifty one but it was also suppressing protests against chinese authority which had grown and were becoming file and tens of
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thousands of to basins were reported to have been killed ministries were destroyed to bits spiritual leader the dalai lama was forced into exile in india where he remains every much taint since the end demonstrations have been held around the world in support of to base an independence it's an ok simple minded the anybody three committees rep you send the anger and we send them up to keep that going six decades of political suppression. they have been denying piano but it is cultural and language right china has placed restrictions on foreigners including journalists visiting to bait when you go back to those you know six years ago the cia was actually involved in training people radio operatives who were dropped back into tibet to kind of stir up trouble so from
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a chinese perspective they don't look on for they don't see that foreigners are necessarily bringing gifts. regarded as something that is only means trouble and probably more headaches for beijing. china says it's held sovereignty over to be at fists incher ease it describes the deli lama as a separatist supporters of the deli lama say he doesn't want independence just more autonomy for tibet what we're seeing now is just a different kind of repression. written short britons can't communicate with a car protest this sort of suffocating atmosphere on sunday the streets of debate may stay quiet while demands for to base an independence are heard around the world media know hond al-jazeera. all right a lot safer many in jordan for this news but don't go away because of the back and i want with more of the day's news in a minute but an. expose
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a prominent figures of the twentieth century and how life already has influenced the course of history was the cuban revolution communist away feel castro is a feudal eastern not a communist that custer wanted his country che wanted international revolution became a point when the relationship came to an end the icons of revolution who changed the course of latin american politics. and fidel castro face to face on al-jazeera . by a major fish every week a new cycle going to see any simple breaking stories and then of course there's donald trump the town through the eyes of the louts jan an ace that's right out of a hamas script that calls for the an aisle ation of israel that is not what that phrase means at all the least name paste as we turn the cameras on the media have been focused on how they recruit on the story that matter the most in battle is
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a free palestine a listening heist on al-jazeera. it's the first day of school in bob an elementary school in mosul. this school is a military base firing rocket propelled grenades on multiples of nearby and out that falsus. most helpful gauteng what it is like to be in school up to three years old war. six year old does house of survived an ass like his home and almost wiped out his entire family he now lives in the popular destroyed house with his father and grandfather. solace while the prepares his son for the first day in school is hopeful new friends would hope is that a couple of. your men killed a mother and son on their way to an appointment sadly the insurgents don't wear you know. also. with the was the american occupation of iraq matthew has.
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twenty sixteen how come you didn't mention not meeting to congress and i did i don't know if i got the transcript wrong. i don't think you're that sure that you can tell the difference between a polish guy a french guy. at the head. searching for answers for an ethiopian airlines plane crashes just minutes after takeoff killing all of the fifty seven people on board. and also coming up government says the president is back as protests continue to end his twenty year rule. as the u.s. but forces resumed operations to capture syria's last place. on the palestinian
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president named a loyalist as his new prime minister raising concerns over the future of unity efforts with right. now a team of u.s. experts are on their way to help investigate the crash of an ethiopian airlines plane which killed all a hundred fifty seven people on board nineteen u.n. officials also died as the new boeing seven three seven max went down just minutes after takeoff the second such incident involving the jet in the last six months the flight was headed to nairobi from a crash near to that southeast of the european capital a day of mourning is being observed in the country and so reports of nairobi. nothing much is left but fragments of eighty three zero two at the crash scene near a few pieces eastern town off the shelf to the plane went down just six minutes after takeoff from international airport in the capital addis ababa prime minister
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ahmed was at the scene alia his office as a fast to tweet about the crash expressing condolences to those who had lost their loved ones one hundred fifty seven people while on board non-survival among the most affected as you may expects is kenya which had a boat that had to pose a dozen boat out of the one forty nine passengers. it's an emotional time for friends and families they waited for any news at the main airports in nairobi and. we were comfortable doesn't really do we see people coming out there was. a lot of us going to come out. of a few minutes. we saw some nice and flexible he told us from. the gold rush was the jet had been to leave a just four months ago and had undergone
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a major service in february it also had just arrived from johannesburg with no difficulties it appears the pilot on the nairobi route realized there was a problem just after takeoff and asked to turn back but then contact was lost a few minutes later. on that route but mohamed no mohamed is an ethiopian airline staff member has had more than two hundred flight hours after receiving the aircraft we did the first maintenance check on for every fourth two thousand and nineteen it was a new and clean aircraft. it is a fourth version of the world's best selling ally now the boeing seven three seven has flown millions of passengers world wide since the one nine hundred sixty s. has been redesigned to make it more fuel efficient thousands have been ordered by airlines world wide if you have a low should go and i guarantee you probably. it's a popular choice of the airlines it's a very safe well because there are now questions and this will send jitters across
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the industry. and identical lion air jet plans to into the sea off the coast of indonesia last october shortly after taking off from jakarta killing all a hundred and eighty nine people on board boeing is being sued by some of the passengers relatives who died and pilots have accused american manufacturer of failing to warn them how to operate a new automated stalls prevention system. questions of being asked about how to aircrafts. from the same boring seven three seven family could crush just within months of each other monday has been declared a national day of mourning in ethiopia and investigations into the crash have started a lot of people on just to know what could have gone wrong with e.t. flight three zero two but many relatives say they just want to grieve katherine soy al jazeera nairobi. or todd curtis is a former airline safety engineer at boeing and he says the boeing seven three seven
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max is a highly popular list from purchased by airlines all of the world. the backlog is so he says boeing had no further orders for the aircraft to take mostly eight years to work through the backlog so yes this airplane will be around for decades to come and this is the version of the aircraft that's the most advanced in many ways and has some systems including flight control systems which have been changed and again during this investigation those things will be looked at if the black boxes if other evidence shows that one of the systems was malfunctioning or had not been repaired properly or were it was a handle and probably by the crew that of course will be a very insightful well the most important change when it comes to how the airplane handles has to do with the fuel efficiency part of it indirectly there is a different kind of engine put on the aircraft was a larger engine and in order to fit the aircraft the engine of the aircraft the
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aircraft had to be redesigned the landing gear was extended somewhat and the engines were sitting in a bit forward there compared to other versions because of that the balance of the aircraft changed and there were some changes to the flight control system such that the aircraft would handle better under some circumstances getting back to the liner event one of the things that the investigators are looking at is whether that system was operating properly at the time of the crash now without going into great detail there was something going on with the liner aircraft that previous crews had recognized and correct but the accident crew did not recognize or correct. it's unclear at this point if that system was even involved in this aircraft crash. the algerian president's office. has returned home from switzerland where he'd been receiving medical treatment state t.v. reported that his plane landed at a military base south of the capital meanwhile demonstrators are back out on the streets demanding he drops his plan to run for
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a fifth so why do they get reports after a two week stay at a swiss hospital abilities buttafuoco was apparently back in algeria according to a statement from his office pictures an algerian t.v. showing what is reportedly the president's motorcade driving from the airport this is perhaps the most challenging episode input of his twenty year rule a seismic moment in the country's recent history with little sign of diminishing if algeria is authorities still closing the universities early would stop the protests it would appear to have been a miscalculation we are protesting against a fifth president a president who typically enough is enough in a country desperate for jobs anger at the unemployment rates and corruption has been growing especially since protests began three weeks ago students are debating . throughout universities to talk about the solution and to talk about their.
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students are aware and fortunately aware of the situation and they are taking the rights the rights and measures to avoid the weakening of the moment but it's not just the students who are voicing their anger a partial strike across the country is also under way at expected to last for five days at the center of it all this man president abdelaziz bouteflika who has rarely been seen in public since suffering a stroke in two thousand and thirteen but his decision to stand for a fifth time an upcoming elections has galvanized opposition in the country and while he's offered to limit his term in office after the election promised change how algeria. is run it's not called beyond rest so so prompt questions of whether bouteflika is being used as a puppet candidate by a faction of civilian and military because in a country that largely managed to sidestep the arab spring protests their rallies
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are a reminder that it's not immune to the discontent that spot them so yeah go al-jazeera . venezuela's government has suspended schools and businesses on monday as the worst blackout in decades continues many areas that been without power since the outage started on thursday reports in caracas. for three days venezuela has been affected by power cuts. now that people have taken their frustration to the streets and started to block in the capital caracas. the people of venezuela are only asking for alec tricity and we don't have food the food is rotten in the refrigerator there's no food or water. the situation has polarized the population between those who want to protest and those who don't. but then supporters of arrived some with their face covered and armed thank you and try
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to cut out a rolled up beer and their fanfare on thanksgiving better than government supporters mostly known at point x. people which are basically a move that for me got out of my little came here and removed everything they were using to block the road. one of their leaders. said he won't allow anyone to generate chaos going on they want to shut down the roads and rule open them without distinction those people want to destroy everything and we will be harder on them just watch. the are like a paramilitary force they have more power than the police and have become a significant force on the street defending the revolution and the tearing proto. there was a market nearby. leave because of the tension in the area and people rushed to grab anything they could. and was one of them we asked if this
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was the only food she had to eat. has also become a major issue people in the neighborhood. has been without running water for a month they have to wait for hours to feel in their containers. the government. the government says. and is struggling to restore electricity. but the power continues to go down. i already struggling with an enormous economic crisis that is only making. the.


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