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also hard hit killing at least a thousand people and leaving a trail of destruction the extent of the damage caused by this latest is still too early to say. about a manly al-jazeera a gunman has opened fire inside a synagogue in the u.s. state of california killing one person it was just after celebrations have begun to mark the final day of passover president donald trump has called it a hate crime she reports from washington d.c. . almost one hundred people had gathered at this synagogue thirty seven kilometers north of san diego to celebrate the last day of passover a white nineteen year old male began firing a semiautomatic rifle four people were hit as he fled a security guard gave chase and father the gunman's vehicle but didn't stop him there was a border patrol officer off duty. at the at the synagogue and as the.
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church was leaving the facility he obtained a weapon and engaged in gunfire and shot at ernest did not hit him but there was piers they did make. did put some bullet holes in the car there and she was driving shortly afterwards the gunman contacted authorities with his location and surrounded. president trump expressed his condolences on a rally hours later our entire nation mourns the loss of life prays for the wounded and stand in solidarity with the jewish community we store strongly condemned the evil of anti-semitism and hate which must be defeated but on his way to the rally he made these unscripted comments obviously look right now based on my last conversations looks like a hate crime i do believe. i can relate with respect to the senate in california
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near san diego and. we're doing some very heavy research will see what happens what comes up yet hate crimes against jews and other minorities have spiked over the past few years this attack occurred six months to the day of one of the deadliest an attack on a pittsburgh synagogue that killed eleven in the last few weeks three black churches have been set alight in louisiana president trump has faced the accusations that it's his rhetoric that has encouraged greater confidence among white supremacists in fact on friday the president drew criticism for once again saying there were fine people among those taking part in the unite the right rally in charlottesville virginia and twenty seventeen which was billed as a racist anti semitic gathering president trump says some with their lead to defend the statue of a confederate pro-slavery general i was talking about feel this way because they felt very strongly about the monument to robert e. lee a great general like. one of the great generals however it's clear that the president
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is attempting to use the rise in anti semitic attacks as part of his campaign strategy as the twenty twenty election approaches he's using increasing democratic party criticism of the illegal israeli occupation denounce the party as anti semitic a strategy long used by the right wing government of benjamin netanyahu against his opponents this shooting is likely to intensify a political debate already underway she had her town see. still ahead on al-jazeera life is a game for libya and this is seeking an escape from war. helos almost nice you wouldn't expect to see very much more in the way of cloud all right in iran to the east or to the west and that would be the case of the four crossed
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the sunday the temperatures are in the low twenty's or high twenty's if you're lucky a bit of green suggest a shower or two in turkey as a by john and afghanistan on monday otherwise it's just slowly rising temperatures twenty three in tehran by thirty three in baghdad and middle tetons to the west are at an event the interruption in this has been tried an occasional thunderstorm this still visible on sunday so cloudy skies could return to qatar behind but i think they could be disappearing i'm told by monday where temperatures start to rise again in the fairly strong some forty in mecca you'll notice without too strong the winds could has been noticeably strong from the north in the last five days. it's also dry and i think pleasingly so for most in south africa particularly in durban notice the wind direction or less coming on shore than disappearing science was not really conducive to many showers so it's sunshine for northern mozambique there we
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still do have that potential of in hearts in the end of the rainy season with the remains of the tropical cyclone so heavy rain for two days. whether sponsored by catalona. people the way you all recalled on this channel in fact a few years ago there is place only for one state on the land of israel i do not believe in a two state solution the official story is unfair and on paper we will show you i don't care about the official story if you are going to visit today you would say what has the media been telling you how the world is watching life there's lots of range here join me mad the hot sun on top from my guests from around the world take the hot seat and we debate the week's top stories and big issues here on al-jazeera .
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and watching it is it a reminder of our top stories this hour protest leaders in the military and sit down have reached a deal to form a joint council made up of people from both sides of this gus a peaceful transition to civilian rule this comes after weeks of protests calling on the military to immediately hand over power. to special mass for the victims of the easter sunday attacks is being held in sri lanka's capital colombo one week after the bombings all of those services across the country have been counseled with concerns about more attacks and mines in custody after a shooting at a synagogue in the u.s. state of california one person has been killed attack happened just after celebrations have begun to mark the final day of passover. leader of hamas has called on palestinians to unite against donald trump's peace plan ismail haniya
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says the deal does not include plans for a palestinian state and he says the u.s. president is favoring israel is calling for the committee. that includes national regional and international players details of trump's plan a still not known. yet. egypt will not accept an infringement of its sovereignty and we as palestinians will not agree to anybody else having sovereignty over our land we also reject being moved to an alternative homeland in jordan that amir put in says he's not ruled out syrian forces backed by russian airpower launching a full scale assault on syria's it led province but not at the cost of civilian safety russia and turkey brokered a deal in september to create a demilitarized zone in the northwest adlib region moscow is one of syrian government's staunchest allies but it's concerned about increasing violence in the area. just for what you can get
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a shot for much trouble prior to taking such actions we always coordinated with president assad should we need to factor in the presence of civilians unfortunately they suffer those civilians under the oppression of the terrorists who are located there in great numbers we need to balance the scale of what is happening in this is own with the civilians being oppressed by terrorist groups and the potential cost of battle actions not so pretty forces in afghanistan who freed dozens of prisoners from a jail run by the taliban u.s. special forces joined the raid in zabul province the jail was housing mainly security officers some are being tortured during their detention eight taliban members were killed during the operation. afghanistan is marking the anniversary of the overthrow of the process of you have government in one thousand nine hundred ninety two after soviet occupation in the one nine hundred eighty s. the day signifies the end of russian influence in afghanistan but thirty years on russia is returning looking to again play a role in the country's future shall about its reports one couple. of years it's
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not feasible or has been learning russian for six months in kabul university that i was shocked at first i chose this language as a hobby but after learning it i found it is very rich it gives me broader ideas and connects me with the world which can improve my life. the course was started in one nine hundred seventy nine as the soviets invaded afghanistan they were in afghanistan for a decade fighting the mujahideen when the military retreated so did coach times not good. when nato forces came to afghanistan we only had one russian class now we have four classes because there is no sensitivities around learning russian. six thousand five hundred afghans are studying russian and three hundred sixty can apply for paid scholarships into russian university. i want to learn russian because it is an international language if i learn this language i will be able to
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introduce the russian culture in afghanistan and vice versa russia has turned towards afghanistan as the u.s. has turned away after eighteen years at war america is looking for a way out u.s. taliban talks are progressing seem to be around a foreign troop withdrawal without being asked moscow held parallel talks in march upstaging the us by getting afghan leaders and the taliban in the same or agreed with on many fronts and the fall date in future can be succeeded nude photos and on thursday moscow hosted a trilateral meeting with china and the u.s. would be agreed to work together to bring peace to afghanistan russia's rebranding afghanistan extends to a new cultural seem to hair in western kabul in the one nine hundred eighty s. this was the site for the sort of hit hard a science and culture that was destroyed during the civil war the ruins became
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a refuge for kabul's drug addicts now they teach russian language cold arctic submissions and movie nights they have soccer tournament's with players from former soviet states this except mission showcases one hundred years of diplomacy between kabul and moscow an hour for afghan people have an opportunity to compare it is yes and. you know. some colleagues that. spent for afghanistan several billions of dollars. now russia is hoping for a fresh start in afghanistan one without u.s. interference shallot ballasts al-jazeera kabul. let me put in says he is considering offering fast track to russian passports to all ukrainian citizens is already signed an order this week simplifying the process for those living in separatist controlled areas of eastern ukraine the regions include donetsk and lugansk which were seized by russian backed separatists in twenty fourteen after
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russia annexed crimea from ukraine putin also said he wants to discuss the conflict with ukraine's president elect zelinsky. warders in spain are going to head to the polls on sunday for their third election in less than five years no single party is predicted to win an outright majority after a campaign dominated by the rise of the far right and the issue of catalonia is independence so we're going to go reports from madrid. a final call to mobilize the policy faithful spain socialist prime minister pedro sanchez surrounded by a sea of supporters urges them to go to the ballot box the country deserves to turn the page in the last seven years and look to the future with hope and excitement which is precisely what we are offering our citizens to the young what we are asking is that you vote for your future and therefore vote for the socialist party
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. voters have a wide choice decades of dominance by two political parties has given way to a multi-party system the largest players are still the socialist party and the people's party but their influence is gradually ebbing away. in the socialists maybe to head in the polls in the lead up to the election but the reality is that even if either side does when the most votes he will still have to go into coalition with the far left regional parties yet you fail to do that but it falls on to the people's martie and they will have to do a deal with the far right either way it is a big compromise for both parties. the main spoiler in this unpredictable election vox capitalizing on the populist wave spreading through europe the anti immigration policies have resonated amongst voters angered at the status quo the constitutional crisis caused by catalonia as attempt to secede has also dominated
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this campaign it's the first time a far right party has entered mainstream politics since the dictatorship of general franco so what does it mean sovereignty won't be broken in catalonia it won't be surrendered in brussels we're not going to kneel down in front of those who don't respect the n.t. austerity together we can and center right citizens parties have a chance of being part of a national government. previous coalitions have struggled in spain disagreeing factions have failed to pass national budgets the makeup of the next government is far from clear polling ahead of sunday's vote suggested forty percent of voters were struggling to make up their minds there are some people in between p.p.o. there are some people that if they've been between. a man some of them between. so we can see that there's not a clear pattern all for you know one part of a very highly of this whatever the. results forming
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a coalition is likely to take time and in a reflection of what's happening across europe the only certainty is that politics in spain has become more fractured it more polarized a sign of the times when increasing competition political stage sania agel al-jazeera madrid in france and the government yellow vest protesters have charged the police in the city of strasbourg the groups trying to cross a bridge to get to the european parliament but the been pushed back by riot police the protests come despite president michel announcing a series of tax cuts this week and at calming widespread anger a colombian tribunals ordered the arrest of a former rebel commander because he's failed to take part in the reconciliation process a man daddy of the left corps lay down his weapons in twenty sixteen but a special tribunal has ruled that he failed to provide testimony about his war crimes thousands of former far have taken part in the peace process in return
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they've been assured they won't serve jail time. that's become one of the most popular video games player are known as battlegrounds or pub jean as it's known as attracting many young libyans who are comparing it to life in their country and other will head reports from tripoli. in cafes streets workplaces and even cars here in the libyan capital you can usually find a pub game or like many other young libyans but he agrees to spend several hours a day playing the game for him it's interesting and an escape. that the votes have nothing to do and i feel bored pub gee feels the vacuum i like it because it's full of excitement and competition it introduces me to people from different backgrounds and nationalities. but as a game is based on winning slowly eliminating opponents some are comparing it to
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life in their own areas and my is american his core players even play under the names of libyan militia million. some players name themselves in the game after prominent leaders of armed groups so that they can intimidate the ever series just because those leaders are well known for their power in society for some pub he has become an addiction and there are fears gamers might take their online frustration in the real world dr karim if she were says the game can have a powerful effect on players say college will make when i lead us the state does not encourage young people to better use their time instead they try to fill the vacuum they have by spending too much time in such violent games this could also eventually lead them to committing antisocial behavior but these players say the game makes them a smart an active because they perform different tasks
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a multi knisley some studies do show they game can improve decision making skills and intelligence but there is a cost measured in the hours is spent looking into a mobile phone screen what. tripoli. a canadian mining company operating in botswana has on the second largest diamond ever the stone weighs one thousand seven hundred and fifty eight carrots it's larger than a tennis ball despite its size it may not be worth as much as you might think the company says the rock is of variable quality. this is al jazeera these are the top stories protest leaders and the military in sudan have reached a deal to form
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a joint council made up of people from both sides they'll discuss a peaceful transition to civilian rule this comes after weeks of protests calling on the military to immediately hand over power well how about though has more from khartoum and it turns out still very sketchy and all we know is that they have agreed to establish what they're calling a transitional governing council what's going to lead these country for a period before elections are organized now that this has been the main point of contention in talks between the military the transitional military council and the civil society organizers of the process as well as sudan's opposition parities a special mass and vigil for the victims of the easter sunday attacks being held in sri lanka's capital colombo one week after the bombings all of those services
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across the country have been cancelled in an unprecedented move by catholic leaders the president has banned two muslim groups accused of being behind the attacks but the security situation is still tense in elephant and as has more from colombo. the head of the catholic church. the archbishop cardinal celebrating holy mass at. central in a central part of this church service the life is being beamed into house throughout the country now that's a measure that they've been forced to take given the. basically security alerts that have happened a gunman has opened fire inside a synagogue in the u.s. state of california killing one person it was just after celebrations have begun to mark the final day of passover a suspect has been taken into custody president donald trump has called the attack a hate crime. mozambique's government has urged people to move to higher ground in
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the wake of another powerful cycle forecasters are predicting more heavy rain which could lead to flooding and mudslides those are the headlines next on al-jazeera it's up front by fanaa. china is a problem has become famous for its large number of elderly many age one hundred years one on one east investigates the home of the secrets to a long and healthy line on al-jazeera. the motor report is finally out so is it time to impeach u.s. president donald trump i lost one of his campaign advisors. block porter thank you for joining me on outfront on the very first page of special
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counsel robert muller's four hundred forty eight page report he says and i quote the russian government interfered in the twenty sixteen presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion it's been more than a week since it was released to congress and to the public and yet we've heard not one single word of condemnation of the russian government from president trump one on. well first of all this is a process so these are things that we have to take a look at also why isn't anyone asking the russian government about these sorts of things why aren't they making their comments on this secondly the most important thing is there was no crimes committed by anyone around the trump administration that had anything to do with this this is clearly a distraction as we've talked about many times before trump is exonerated he did nothing wrong and this has been a huge huge distraction if there are problems with our democracy in terms of interference foreign interference something should be done and there are
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investigations going on in congress about this now you are right to say that he was not accused of committing a crime in relation to russia by robert obstruction of justice is another matter we will come to that in a moment but before we do you said this is a process i think he doesn't have time as he's doing other things he's found time over the last week president trying to attack robert muller and his team he's attacked the democrats he's accuse them of treason he's attacked c.n.n. he's demanded the new york times get on its knees and apologize to me is attacked mitt romney he's attacked the f.b.i. is dead he cuts no one want from him knowing that whatsoever that the russian government launched an attack on american democracy the president says doesn't seem to care. oh no no you understand why the russians trump the democrats so the airport trumps attacking back as we've talked about many times. rule and that is if you would always even go into it has about himself and i don't think you need those you want to do it go you said the russians didn't talk out and over to the united
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states that's what melissa says imagine if a president of the people who've been going to hold a foreign attack on the us you would be up in homes very good maybe obama knew that this was happening and did nothing so why didn't he say something so don't push this on trump you know that that's not fair well i know it's going to cost it is in seven days since the record came out why has he not condemned a sweeping and systematic attack on american democracy very all that the president of the united states said not a word about it he's busy attacking the new york times and mitt romney. you know no come on this is partisan attack and you know and i say clearly that if you're going to attack a sovereign power you need to have more information than simply what miller wrote in the report this is not going to go away you know that i'm going to if you like the bit that clearly is your chance to show how much energy i've conceded the report it seems he did not criminally russia you are ignoring the bit which doesn't
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show attacked america and the president doesn't carry during because i look you would you said he only has one people actually not you said it people saying about himself that you're to a sting my words now many people listen carefully what i'm saying is what i'm saying is that when that report came out there is a way that we deal with these things and that's investigations ok differently i also have the right for them. ok here's a question and come out with concrete facts there are facts in the very fine let's say why not by the russian government by private russian citizens and you not it's not true the report makes it very clear that it's russian military. intelligence those are not private citizens mark please don't get out of us geo you're not private. you're twisting things you just said private citizens stop saying twisting i'm quoting you can we agree this was russian military intelligence reports four hundred pages like you said maybe there's a lot in there so what is your point do we both agree that it wasn't russian
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private citizens involved in the election it was russian military intelligence you were wrong to say they were russian private citizens there are also russian private citizens. and what is your real point here very simple point you just said it was only private citizens i'm saying can we agree it was russian military intelligence hacked into the democratic national committee according to the mother report according to the mother report that's right the mother report says that the trauma campaign welcomed the hacking and would take about it if i don't the president being accused of that you would be up in arms don't you remember history when george bush also had this fact where they went to the british intelligence and tried on clinton when. everyone does this trying to claim to be trying to get from russian military intelligence let me ask you this when you let me also his question just to be clear the president's lawyer rudy giuliani said
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a few days ago quote there's nothing wrong with taking information from russians and you seem to be suggesting everyone already or anybody else ok so you're both in agreement you in the so on that basis come to twenty twentieth's action are you really there for ok with buddy saunders or joe biden or whoever the democratic presidential candidate is calling for china to hot dog e-mails on his tax returns are. you ok with. this kids holding a secret meeting with the representatives of the iranian government to get dirt on donald trump are you ok with that seriously. have you never worked on a campaign before you know how this works you dig up dirt where you can get it and there is nothing illegal about it and you have. every president there is not exactly my question so you're ok with the democratic candidate next china please hack donald trump's e-mails you're ok with. that is not why donald trump he did not go to the day true he said things rush off find hillary clinton's e-mails he said
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in front of our always log you want you are kind of. gaslighting is what you're doing right now ok with the democratic presidential candidate next year. for the chinese government to hack into donald trump's tax return you are ok with that please just confirm yes or no it's a very simple question so sarcasms part of the english language they can say is that and are you ok with the democratic presidential candidates children meeting with members of the iranian government to get donald trump yes or no look betty it's. very simple are you are you ready yes or no. let me go to the mosque you know about the middle are you ok what are you really trying to assess a very study really trying to say it's very simple it's not very subtle today when you say you know i want to i could interview in rudy giuliani everyone does it you can get foreign investment you get foreign help in the e-mails from foreigners how can the democrats also do that next year tit for tat you're going to have everyone
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i'm going to say it one more time people have the right to meet with who they want to and if you're going to go around spying on people and put eavesdropping spying equipment on it that is why they're on anyone i must say you're ok with the democrats doing just in terms of how much president trump undermine this investigation and misled the public this is what he was saying not long ago about the russian involvement i want to give you i want to play something to if you can listen this is what he was saying not long ago about the russian involvement but clearly documents and by the way folks just in case you like curious. no russia did not help. russia why call it the russian hoax he was wrong about he was wrong about mocking lloyd mother in the intelligence he was not wrong about that no one changed their boat because of a facebook page that's not what he said. he said he did or. did i just played the clip ball no russia did not help me. help did he won it by himself this is what the court says very explicitly that russia intervene to help donald trump even
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rudy giuliani conceded not well to help not travel where you twisting your words around because russia did not change anybody's mind people voted for don't try to take this election away let's try another one here let's try to convince good let's keep it as simple as possible the nearly times reported that donald trump ordered the firing of rubble in the summer of twenty seventeen the president denied it in fact this is what he said in davos at the time which is a big question a series of the york times big stories we now know from the matter of that was another lie from donald trump melissa substantial evidence that the president tried to have mother removed from his job don mcgann the president's lawyer says he was asked to remove her from his job trump lied again what's your question why did he lie. how do i know i'm not representing the president but you got something about you except the law and sure enough that's a lie right that he lied i said he said it was fake news that he tried to file we
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now know that he did try to what do you see this whole show about your trying to say it's about the law is about the mother of all you've heard of it's four hundred forty eight pages not about the well or report it's an understanding reading from the mother. i'm iterating page eighty eight of the mother report substantial evidence supports evolution that the president went to and in fact directed him again to call rosenstein the deputy attorney general to have the special counsel removed so donald trump was lying in davos to agree on that then we can move on doing real no this is absurd because what happened in the mole the report is in fact be exaggeration of trump and now we need to look at how this was created in the first place let's at least move forward. you learn best figure for nothing so very simple question you can say you don't know but i'm to call the white house and ask you many you're going to really waste all this time on these picky little things when you should be looking at the bigger picture. in which. rush up but
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he didn't exonerate him on instruction of justice he very explicitly said we are not exonerating him trump said it's a complete and total exoneration why did he lie about the report again that it doesn't exonerate him. you love that word lie but you do it all right here on your out of us going to. students is it's a very simple question what the report says it does not exonerate the question you asked is trying to keep them as simple as this is simple and yet says it does not exonerate him from says total exoneration is that not a lie to say that a report exonerates you when the report explicitly says it doesn't help me out here the report said no crime was done here enough to not say that magic salary lied you are lying to all of us he says let's try again while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate gave obstruction of justice to congress to decide he says i'm not taking a decision obstruction of justice but here's the evidence for it tell you he should
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. have maybe he wanted to keep this whole thing open court and that's just by it's completely political whitewash and you know that's funny because if it's a political what was he saying that he wasn't exonerated in russia so he was so he may still have been involved in a conspiracy with the russians right according to you if we dismiss the mother of the truck could still be a russian asset or are you cherry picking the ridiculous. we don't the includes the president of russia does cooler look like that part of it and i'm asking but it also suggests he's guilty of obstruction of justice i'm just wondering why you're picking and choosing from a four hundred forty eight page report i'm not i'm with you on the i'm saying you're right it has cleared him in russia i'm saying let's talk about the obstruction and also what do we obstruction of justice ten cases in the report i just told you. leadership. there was thirty something million dollars spent on this two years mother investigated everybody all over the place not. president trump tweeted this week quote if the parties on dems the democrats ever tried to
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impeach i would first head to the u.s. supreme court what does that mean what would he do at the u.s. supreme court. you're going to have to ask the president. he has a legal strategy and if you want to know what that is then you should call the white house but support the impeachment is not a legal case it's a political case by the house of representatives the senate the constitution makes very clear it's only for the senate and the house to decide impeachment supreme court doesn't play a role but which actually in claiming the supreme court has a role to play the house starts impeachment process and the senate has to ratify guess the supreme court to weigh in all sorts of things as they like that happen where's your the supreme court in one thousand nine hundred three said impeachment is only in the senate and nowhere else nobody thinks. all sorts of things will be going to the senate are going to go on the supreme court plays no role in impeachment you know it and i know it i don't know why you're defending the president i said i guess i said the supreme court could weigh in on it how are you
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got it where you so i just want our ways and so no role in the impeachment process . if there is impeachment and it was found that the process in the house or in the senate was not done just justly then supreme court and where you know literally no word in the constitution and by the way just for of you is that's not true it's not in the constitution we just said we had three wait that we have proof of the dollars a government certain pietschmann is only a senate and house impeachment is nothing to the supreme court you know that you know you know that but you're forced to do it a president you told me earlier you don't want to defend him now you are defending him we gave you what have you understood a lot of it us a lot of people say you shouldn't have transpired in the t.v. because they lie and said no let's give them a chance to come on and talk about more you don't want to talk about it what can i do we try very hard i'm trying to talk about your charge about these ridiculous little things rather than what's actually going out but it would have to agree to disagree that obstruction of justice and lying to american people is a little thing but thank you more part of a joining me and up front appreciate you taking time out thanks mary here.
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this year is the fortieth anniversary of the iranian revolution and this week u.s. president donald trump continued to try and isolate iran by moving to cut off its oil revenues earlier i spoke with iranian dissident nobel peace laureate and human rights lawyer sheree nobody i began by asking her how she feels about a revolution she once supported them all that we've done. that to her yes. or have. obviously to believe. that for the whole bit i'm all there must be gone by. what that to see. how many. have fallen.
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to the. that's the whole year into that. you're known around the world these days as one of the most high profile iranian dissidents a supporter of the various reform movements inside of iran but recently you seem to have hardened you will stops you now say reforming the system won't work you've called it useless you said you want regime change in tehran why. these sun. roll hall you more that live that you don't touch a visual but in cuba any invasion will michelle is snark had. a mall have a pleasure maharshi or what that's funny. he is still here that is gone so that now you know if my going to get on us or see of
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us machine. in court east. of us in a mad bomber iran but that they'll really see that big. man more to have the behind that hardly genius son amal. tackett me quit now. well on us all sci fi heechul is still hearty and con president's been a strong didn't. you said you don't condone any foreign intervention but you do want to change the regime and change the constitution aren't you worried that when you talk about changing the government you're only encouraging the hawks in washington d.c. in tel aviv in riyadh aren't you worried about a potentially devastating attack on iran from the us given the aggressive and tyranny and rhetoric that we hear from donald trump from mike pompei or from john bolton are you perhaps unwittingly playing into their hands. to see
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don. let me turn as you don't default because it but that isn't the whole thought of washing up when. i get on. to get under one as. is first of all other economists are always see how to push i need none more hard lifted nor the color let that hardage you that you go on. that take me clowne. having it on as. well and on us all see. he channel is still hearty that you don and con. one thing you do support the trump is always talking about and threatening more of our sanctions against iran but you say you want sanctions that don't hurt the iranian people what kind of sanctions are those that even possible. attack imply
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husky muscle meters a fabric when it rains hair don't let it on television of course is one that a kid really is satellite. we. bought him a pastoral one to. somehow doesn't satisfy total budget on my mobile can it get on well i'm going to have to go to show. that. but putting sanctions on satellites or on foreign channels it's not going to bring down the iranian government you yourself said it has a very strong military it's been around for forty years that's pretty mild in terms of what you say you want to achieve but. fake nikolay. should totally shake. his suit he needs a yemeni as it on him way at mclaren as said the gamin. kids and how to fight me
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there. you along with fourteen other iranian intellectuals and dissidents signed a petition calling for a un supervised referendum in iran to determine whether the government has the support of the people what do you think such a referendum would actually achieve if you could even pull it off given iran is a deeply divided country you know that even though lots of people don't like the government you would accept lots of people do like the government so what would a referendum prove. sun. if. they're from no muslims have after all you're in the whole core matts well in corner muscles see more they tell you they will go has your now. back about that that is a that is solved one middle bush it. yes part by very high. who not what have i had to say. to all your muscle yet they're already on the other defenders of the
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iranian government say the high turnout in elections was i think seventy three seventy four percent turnout in the last presidential election that shows that despite everything the iranian political system for all its flaws and deficiencies still has popular support what do you say to them. coverage others of us it's a good mother there aren't a whole lot of thought that they're going by the cab on a bus and. some are here to take this other one that is submitted by the yes and. no vote calment a whole button issue under the muslim because sunny that i need than a kid tall to do the. gyp am the whole affair that the muscle then dab into a hole there on e. been there on event they see them off the hall but we'll turn this us meathead than that and see where that button as it's that day but he will not say that oh honey that the nine carolina where. the bombing that will make
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you money going from them according to my one big billion bigly and then they call you all in who wants well even though no one asked us to by itself the blue star going on up. into all but initially this came out of the result of a dual southerner on the bubble but it is so that to get that a glow russell city's been sure the name of. giovanni zarif the iranian foreign minister recently submitted his resignation he's still in his job he's become synonymous in iran outside of iran with diplomacy with reaching out to the west that's upset more hardline voices in iran now you i'm guessing have a lot of disagreements with the review don't like the government of iran but given he's the guy pushing for diplomacy dialogue with the outside world isn't it better to have a government with zarif in it than zarif out of it but a lot of ads or was she to see her said to her to g.e. and rule is that a war has just a name when it is still one time when it left here the body contained within it
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event that nothing says that if he gets or that you know that if i picked up it behind that event that is so for the lot. of them but get them for them but i guess some of suggested as a research resignation was a gamble to try and ensure the survival of the iran nuclear deal which a lot of people inside of iran don't like some say the supreme leader doesn't like it either president trump of course has violated that deal with the draw in the united states from that deal do you believe the nuclear deal can survive given trump has pulled out given what's going on in iran mumba began. zuhdi field all honey he chose not to see that movie the hims only about john other stuff i think but. like ever israel's an amy dog you know joined at the retired thank you about it on. that having that.
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al jazeera. where every. al-jazeera where ever you. joins approach for the future of sudan military rulers and opposition groups reach a deal for the transitional council.
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i'm about this and this is all just here on live from doha also coming up. in. a special mass in sri lanka to remember the victims of one week after the easter sunday boehner. entire villages wiped out and fears of more flooding in mozambique after the second big cycle within weeks. gunman opens fire on a california synagogue killing one person investigators are calling it a hate crime. a breakthrough in sudan after weeks of standoff between protesters and the military over how the country should be governed in the coming months protest leaders and the army have reached a deal to form a joint council to discuss a peaceful transition to civilian rule the military took charge earlier this month
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off to us president omar al bashir about morgan reports. a breakthrough in the very first night of talks between the committee of sudan's ruling military council and the coalition of opposition parties they've been trying to find a way to rule the country until a deal can be reached on elections on saturday night the two sides reached a partial agreement to form a joint civilian military council that will supervise a transitional period so. the talks started with high spirits and great transparency and we've reiterated our joint regard for the country talks will continue and we are optimistic on reaching a final result that we can announce to the sudanese people as soon as possible. the coalition made up of opposition parties and the sudanese professional association has been leading anti-government protests which began at the end of last year. sparked by a rise in fuel and bread prices but they quickly why didn't into demands for bashir to step down and earlier this month a sit in outside the army headquarters in for prompted the army to stage
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a coup. since bashir was ousted the military and the coalition have been in talks on a future government over rule usually continues until i give you a rare for civilian government are asserted ministers are we seeing the military council is sensible enough drug very stern so long some say. the sit in for is now in its fourth week as people wait for a new government the two sides will meet on sunday to try to work out how to deliver that as negotiations continue on the formation of a transitional government protesters continue to keep pressure on the military council over the past three weeks more people have been arriving from different states to go on the sets and they say they want civilians and not the military to be there want to have the ultimate say incidents future protesters are now also focusing on foreign governments they accuse of interfering in sudan's affairs hundreds demonstrated in front of the egyptian embassy in her tomb on saturday egypt saudi arabia and the united arab emirates want to see the military retain
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control of the country. foreign interference in the. only aim to keep the military in power we want aid to come to the sudanese people and keep relations soley between the people and not the military. foreign interference impacts the decisions of the military council which we join to accept because we want a civilian government and this is the will of the people. to dance revolution for change started more than four months ago and these protesters did not give up until they achieved their goal is to believe in government. to. a special mass for the victims of the easter sunday attacks is being held in sri lanka's capital colombo one week after the bombings there you can see. it has been broadcast live on television to homes nationwide all other services across the country have been canceled is an unprecedented move by catholic leaders the president has banned two muslim groups accused of being behind the attacks but the
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security situation is still tense in addition to the mass dozens of people of held a prayer vigil for the victims people in lighting candles to remember the two hundred sixty killed and those injured in the attacks will all just see it as medal for not as does joining us live from columbia let's talk first about that special mass that was being held what were the main messages from that middle. the head of the catholic church here obviously talking about coming together when a time that their faith was being solely tested but talking about the overall message of jesus christ the love he had for his people he did say that given the we human beings treat each other possibly a reference to the recent events in sri lanka since that easter sunday carnage he said given the we retreated jobber we don't deserve the abundant gifts of
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gord in terms of further messaging the archbishop of the cardinal saying human life is one of the most beautiful things and essentially urging people to remember what's good now obviously people coming together to profess their faith and after many many years here in sri lanka they've literally had to do so either from their homes in front of a television set because that mass being celebrated in a heavily fortified bishop's palace in colombo and being broadcast live on t.v. for believe to tune into because there are warnings that and there were basically alerts that people shouldn't gather has been consulting with the vatican the church did take a decision not to hold sunday services. the investigation of course is still going on so the attacks weeks ago but of course there are emergency powers which have
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been granted to the security forces as well how is that affecting the life on the streets of of sir lanka and the sri lankan people. at this stage i mean literally today marks the week since the end of that carnage that was unleashed literally down to the hour when the first bomb exploded when we heard it and anthony's church behind me since then we've had a heavy state of security all around the country a power of a presence and at times the level of alertness of the security forces the police sort of goes up there been several warnings alerts that there are a cordon and search operations that there might be into pending attacks so yes the emergency regulations have kicked in obviously a very visible presence on the streets of the police and the three armed forces but we're also hearing warnings from the defense ministry that basically anyone
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inciting communal violence basically soaring or sowing discord among ethnic groups or into religious groups anyone trying to spread feet news we would be dealt with severely under the emergency regulations but also hearing of these two. groups is radical groups that have been banned by the president so a lot happening under the emergency reach we are being told is very broad in scope so the security trying to use all of those powers and all of that weapons and ammunition provided for in the emergency. when all thanks very much we're just hearing that the police curfew in some areas has been lifted of course on sunday it's going to be reimposed about eleven thirty g.m.t. but we will be checking in with you of course as the day progresses mel thank you very much indeed for your time. a shooting at
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a synagogue in the united states is expected to intensify the debate about similar anti semitic attacks on white supremacists president oliver thomas described the killing of an elderly woman and wounding of three others as a hate crime shihab rattansi reports from washington. almost one hundred people had gathered at this synagogue thirty seven kilometers north of san diego to celebrate the last day of passover a white nineteen year old male began firing a semiautomatic rifle four people were hit as he fled a security guard gave chase and father the gunman's vehicle but didn't stop him there was a border patrol officer off duty. at the at the synagogue and as the. church was leaving the facility he obtained a weapon and engaged in gunfire and shot at ernest did not hit him but there was here's the did make. did put some bullet holes in the car their parents were
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driving shortly afterwards the gunman contacted authorities with his location and surrounded president trump expressed his condolences and a rally hours later our entire nation mourns the loss of life prays for the wounded and stands in solidarity with the jewish community we store strongly condemned the evil of anti-semitism and hate which must be defeated but on his way to the rally he made these unscripted comments obviously look right now based on my last conversations looks like a hate crime hard to believe. hard to believe with respect to the senate in california near san diego and. we're doing some very heavy research we'll see what happens what comes up yet hate crimes against jews and other minorities have spiked over the past few years this attack occurred six months to the days. one of the
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deadliest an attack on a pittsburgh synagogue that killed eleven in the last few weeks three black churches have been set alight in louisiana president trump has faced the accusations that it's his rhetoric that has encouraged greater confidence among white supremacists in fact on friday the president drew criticism for once again saying there were fine people among those taking part in the unite the right rally in charlottesville virginia and twenty seventeen which was billed as a racist anti semitic gathering president some with many to defend the statue of a confederate pro-slavery general i was talking about feel this way because they felt very strongly about the monument to robert e. lee a great. one of the great. however it's clear that the president is attempting to use the rise in anti semitic attacks as part of his campaign strategy as the twenty twenty election approaches he's using increasing democratic party criticism
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of the illegal israeli occupation to announce the party as anti semitic a strategy long used by the right wing government of benjamin netanyahu against his opponents this shooting is likely to intensify a political debate already underway she had. still ahead analogy and life displaced a tibetan refugees in india say they feel they've got no choice but to adapt to a different culture. and all aboard the beast migrants from the south ride the one way ticket north to their american dream. hello so most nice you wouldn't expect to see very much more in the way of clyde all right in search of round to the east or to the west and that would be the case in the forecast sunday the temperatures are in the low twenty's or high twenty's if
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