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proration and antenatal leadership in order to prevent point in agro from joining nato even though these were strong accusations against russia mosque or denied any involvement in these events. pope francis has issued a decree making it compulsory to report cases or cover ups of sex abuse priests and nuns will be required to speak up to their superiors but not to civilian authorities. reports. as head of the catholic church pope francis is a guide for one point two billion people in an institution that governs among many things morality but how to lead in an age where the moral compass of the church appears to have been broken by the torrent of sex abuse scandals perpetrated by clerics in positions of power it has caused devastating shadow over the papacy and with the church in deep crisis the latest lord to create by francis shined more
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light on how clerics should deal with cases of sexual abuse but the vatican's top sexual crimes investigator gave little indication on the penalties that could be faced universe. of conscious. you know give to strict because otherwise it will be. something. flexible enough to work there are one million priests and nuns in the roman catholic church all of the must now report any cases of sexual abuse to church to paris and any cover ups even in countries where the law does not oblige them to do so it follows this year's summit on the issue as well as several high profile scandals such as the conviction of george pell the straight years highest ranking catholic now serving a six year sentence for sexually abusing two choir boys in a melbourne cathedral with a chilling cardinals accused and discreet as they covered up reports of child
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sexual abuse going back decades to victims of abuse vatican justice still has a long way to go. it's the church once again saying that they are going to investigate these allegations of these crimes but they are going to investigate them so i'm afraid that isn't good enough that's what survivors and victims have been shouting for for years is that we cannot trust the church we cannot trust the officials to police themselves and even with a new system in place there is still no requirement to report these crimes to civil authorities a gaping hole in the system that has already failed so many victims of clerical sex abuse. al-jazeera. but in some northern ireland have arrested four people in connection with the death of a journalist twenty nine year old leader of the key was killed during the rioting in london derry last month detectives raided four houses in the city the suspects
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have been taken into custody under terror legislation the new ira a dissident republican faction says one of its members accidentally shot mckee while opening fire on police south sudan's president sell the kit as the formation of a unity government should be delayed by at least a year despite a may twelve deadline in the peace agreement that ended the civil war president care says he doubts the parties and various armed forces will be able to implement all the equates security arrangements in the coming months now south africa's governing african national congress is on course to win the general election bob with its lowest share of vote since the end of apartheid twenty five years ago the a.n.c. has won nearly fifty seven percent of the votes counted as a setback for president zuma rama poser who replaced jacob zuma the main opposition democratic alliance has almost a quarter of the vote official results are expected on saturday the a.n.c. hasn't fallen below sixty percent
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a national election since one thousand nine hundred ninety four malcolm webb is and the main result center and pretoria. as the results are tallied they're displayed on the screens in the two screens to the side showing results from the provincial elections they were held at the same time people got to vote for provincial governments as well as the national government and the national results are shown in the middle seats in parliament divided up according to the share of the vote that each party gets and any party that gets a majority its leader becomes the president of south africa and all the parties all have desks over here we have their agents who are watching the results as they come in the african national congress as expected looks like it's going to keep its majority but with a smaller margin than ever before in second place the democratic alliance south africa's largest opposition party in third place economic freedom fighters sitting here dressed in red it's their second election the party was founded just six years
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ago by politicians who were pushed out of the a.n.c. they've used their handful of seats in parliament since the last election to disrupt proceedings and criticized the a.n.c. looks like their vote share is slightly increasing on this side we have officials from the electoral commission compiling the data only interesting things that we've seen from this data that it's only about sixty five percent lower than it has been in some previous elections and not number doesn't reflect about one quarter of eligible voters who chose to not even register for this election and what we've seen over successive elections as well as decreasing vote share of the a.n.c. is also a decreasing voter turnout so it seems those voters at the a.n.c. is losing the support of many of them aren't going to opposition parties they're not convinced by the opposition any more than they are by those in power so a growing number of them are not voting at all. now more than a million people have been out on the streets of russia's capital to mark the end
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of world war two in europe families marched to moscow holding portraits and their ballot of say former president vladimir putin and set apart walking through. with. the. trial of a nazi germany in one nine hundred forty five. thank
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you very much it was high drama at stamford bridge on thursday as twenty thirteen
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europa league champions chelsea squeaked into this year's final the blues took the lead against i'm tracked frankford in this one through reuben loftus cheek but vein despite being two one up on aggregate luka your bitch equalized for the bundesliga club it would finish one one and after an additional thirty minutes it was chelsea who won the shootout for three the second match of the night a little bit more straightforward had trick from america obama young guiding arsenal through their second leg in spain against valencia the gunners one for two on the night seven three on aggregate alexander luck as they scored the other asl goal with kevin gover arrow on target twice for valencia it will be arsenal's first european final since they were beaten in the two thousand and six champions league final by barcelona. it's one thousand two hundred career wins for twenty time grand slam winner roger federer although he was made to sweat for it he was up against
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gilmore feeds looking for a place in the quarter finals of the madrid masters on tuesday the frenchman was holding a four one lead in the deciding set but missed out saved two match points and came through on the tie break you'll now play dominant team of austria for a place in the series i know such problems are top seed novak djokovic shoots looking for his third title in madrid jeremy shockey in straight sets to set up a meeting with matt in chile each second to refound the bell with a stand of rancor after knocking out front to see africa. but the women's top seed has gone the world number one them year sarka was knocked out by belinda bench in the quarter finals the swiss player taking it seven five in the deciding set. makes up for bench which it's the world number three simona halep who is looking for her third madrid title she was made to work in a quarter final against ashley barty of australia trading some fairly epic corelli's the romanian would go on to win in straight sets. i. brazil's president
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says that rio will host a formula one race in twenty twenty when the city's new racetrack is ready the circuit will be named after former driver and center the brazilian grand prix has been held in sao paolo for the last thirty years but the into largo circuit has run into financial problems. sell paolo had public investment and a big hit with that it became impractical to keep formula one of their they are coming to rio de janeiro the race track will be built in six seven months formula one next year will be held in brazil and in rio de janeiro. ferrari driver sebastian vettel is hoping car improvements will help ease team catch up to miss avies at sunday's spanish graeme premier sadie's have taken one two finishers in all four races so far this season and vettel says it's time for ferrari to step up their challenge. we're introducing a new engine as well so yeah we've got some some stuff that we think should help us
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to be stronger than the last races and as i said the spirit is good so compared to previous years i think at this point last year we were in a better place we've won some races and overall we've been more competitive but nevertheless i think the spirit is as good or better than last year i have a new new engineering team actually completely race and performance engineer for sure when you when every new people around it makes you also have to think some things differently and can open up some new routes for your thinking on the set up on your route direction but it has started really well we've been learning learning a lot of engineering team old time man is getting better and better so so far so good thursday witnessed a landmark in the world ready championship is the sport came to chile the shakedown runs all warmups took place ahead of the country's first ever race and this mickelson set the pace ahead of ringing. champion sebastian o's year as the
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driver's test of this skills on the roads around concepcion. olympic organizers have opened the ticket lottery for next year's games in tokyo with be a mix one of the event said in twenty twenty japan's top riders showed off his skills at the ceremony the lottery is only open to the country's residence for now fans overseas will have to wait until june the fifteenth to grab the seats and out of the catch of the day in major league baseball the baltimore orioles thought they had a game winning home run against the boston red sox but one outfielder had other ideas . i should be proud that i was he was god a super human effort by jackie bradley jr acknowledged with their hats off by better train men seen at the capitol it was boston who went on to win two one and
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will leave it there for now most sport on the way again later. thank you very much painter and that does it for this al-jazeera news hour but do stay with us we have a rather full news bulletin for you in just a couple of minutes and you can always keep up to date on what all the news on our website at any time al-jazeera dot com.
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every new york. once welcome now fear. dividing a nation. al-jazeera explores germany's long term economic strategy of pursuing immigrants from the arab world to be sure i feel more judgment on syria and.
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money there's a risk that you get those people who think. i'm german and i'm going to the new germans. let's work together let's see if we can get something. the u.s. and china are going to make or break trade talks so the threat of new tariffs hanging over beijing. hello and welcome to al-jazeera live from my headquarters in doha with me elizabeth
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prada also ahead the e.u. is accused of caving in to u.s. bullying after denouncing iran's plans to resume nuclear work pope francis issues nouvel was forcing all clergy to report sex abuse and cover ups within the catholic church and south africa's ruling party on course to stay in power despite its worst electoral performance since the end of apartheid. the u.s. and china have resumed a crucial trade talks trying to resolve a year long dispute that's on the verge of escalating with a new american taubes chinese vice premier due she was greeted by u.s. representatives including treasury secretary of state and president all trump has accused the chinese of backtracking on earlier commitments and throwing a tentative date into jeopardy. i have no idea what's going to happen i did get last night a very beautiful letter from president xi let's work together let's see if we can
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get something done but they renegotiated the deal i mean they took whether it's intellectual property theft they took many many parts of that deal and they renegotiated you can't do that. and i'm different than a lot of people i happen to think that tariffs for a country are very powerful you know with a piggy bank that everybody steals from including china let's go now to our correspondent rosalind jordan she's joining us live from washington d.c. so what are the talks now although an employment runs with another hike and tower of snow coming. well the talks were supposed to have gotten underway at twenty one g.m.t. or five pm local time and as far as the know that there is a working dinner underway between the u.s. trade representative robert light hisor and his chinese counterpart new this supposed to be a working dinner not one filled with formalities because they have
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a lot of work to do it's not just trying to a see if they can conclude a trade deal it's really now according to most observers and some people within the white house an effort to try to keep these negotiations on track to not let them actually collapse but that said elizabeth unless the president changes his mind in the next four hours some new tariffs will be taking effect at twelve o one am local time or zero for a one g.m.t. and that would impose a twenty five percent tariff on some two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods being imported to the united states for sale here and we know of oz that that's not good news for the chinese economy the one that has seen the impact that the threat of terrorist hikes has had on chinese markets but what's at stake here
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for american people for businesses how they going to be affected. well certainly one of the things that is looming for a u.s. businesses one those that actually make their products in china and then bring them back to the u.s. for sale here they're going to be wondering whether they should be passing on the increased tariffs to their consumers in the form of higher prices or whether they should try to move production from china to other countries that have lower labor costs and aren't subject to the same tariff rates that china would now be facing come friday may tenth so that's one issue the other problem is that china has said that it will retaliate in kind if these new tariffs do take effect in about four hours time and if that's the case that makes it harder for u.s. companies that want to sell their products to chinese consumers much more. in
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convert as it were it will make it much more difficult for them to actually do so because they won't be able to sell their goods at a competitive price in the chinese market that is perhaps the largest consumer market in the world and certainly u.s. companies want to have access to it but if they're going to be facing a similar tariff they may not be able to compete with domestic versions of the same products that are being sold in china so there is a considerable risk not just for chinese manufacturers but for u.s. manufacturers and for u.s. consumers as well jordan monitoring those trade talks for us from washington d.c. thank you very much. let's move on to other news now on european palace have denounced iran's threat to resume nuclear way trying to shop response from the iranian foreign minister mohammad job and zarif tweeted the e.u. statement today is why the nuclear deal is where it is the u.s. has bullied and the rest of the world here and the e.u.
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can only express regret and state of demanding that iran unilaterally abide by a multilateral accord that should uphold its obligations including the normalization of economic ties were meeting to discuss the crisis the e.u. also reaffirmed its commitment to the nuclear deal of a colt's. iran wasn't officially on the agenda at the e.u. summit in romania but following tehran's move on wednesday to suspend some of its commitments to the twenty fifty nuclear deal european leaders were forced to discuss the crisis the french president said europe still supported the accord known as the j c p o a and he urged iran not to break it of course yes france has stayed in it and will stay in it and i deeply wish to iran will too it is up to us to work to convince everyone and iran to stay in it the e.u.'s foreign policy chief was one of the deals main negotiators it's a matter of security for us and for the entire world the european union investments
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in nonproliferation continues to be a top priority for us so far we have first see an iran fully compliant with all its nuclear related commitments frustration is growing among leaders would be caught between the u.s. and iran as tensions on both sides mount before the summit the e.u. rejected an ultimatum from tehran given european powers sixty days to come up with a plan to shield iran's economy from the impact of u.s. sanctions in a statement they said we strongly urge iran to continue to implement its commitments under the j c p o a in full as it is done until now and to refrain from any escalatory steps we reject all ultimatums the statement also criticized the u.s. for imposing sanctions on iran and pulling out of the deal one year ago european powers have been battling to save the twenty fifteen deal they want a payment system which allows for some trade between iran and the european union to so far is limited to only humanitarian items things like medicine and food in
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israel to persuade multinationals to resume trade with iran and rescue us penalties so unless e.u. leaders come up with some new solutions some say that tehran might decide that the deal is simply not worth saving. europe needs to do is first approach the remaining . participants russia and china and urge them to take steps commensurate with what europe is doing but also they need to to find solidarity with elements in the united states you can push back on this new conservatism that is hell bent on you know seeing this deal fail and potentially making war more possible for his defense ministers said that if iran breaks the deal the e.u. could impose sanctions european powers could be gambling on iran not want to risk more damage to their economy or lose strategic allies as the stakes are raised on all sides the future the twenty fifteen a cool it looks increasingly fragile natascha buchla al-jazeera paris now which
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a nephew with the late factions expert for the u.s. team negotiating with iran on the nuclear danger than he says that while the u.s. is to blame for increasing tensions iran should balance its response well certainly iran has a choice it's i think a little bit of a false description i have for mr zarif to say this is what we have to do now after all nuclear steps that they are taking or are not going to fix our economic problems or drive any more really to that but i think it's absolutely that the united states started this but iran has opened my eyes to the g.c. you know you were at least it was and the united states is the one that a year ago decided it was wrong so i think certainly from the iranian perspective there is a need to balance the books here a little bit. well i certainly think that europe has a role and it could do more than as been the problem is that europe's governments
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have been unwilling to try and coerce european businesses to provide the kind of economic relief that iran is looking for because of fears of u.s. sanctions and so long as those fears remain iran is not going to get the sort of economic relief that it was looking for i think what your can do now with the rest of iraq to do now is to courage in iran that even if they feel the need to eat nuclear steps to restore part of their nuclear program there are some steps that are more provocative than others keeping the high your national inspectorate in iran is it usually constructive and useful to do so i would very much urge around not to expel those inspectors likewise i think there are a number of specific nuclear steps just out of iraq reactor expanding in richmond that are very productive to iraq now where a suicide bomb has killed four people and injured six at a market in the father city district of baghdad the blast happened the bomb was
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surrounded by security forces the district is predominantly shia muslim. the u.s. has seized a north korean cargo ship that's violated international sanctions justice department officials said the ship one of north korea's largest was trying to transport cole was detained and in asia a year ago and is now being taken to american samoa. francis has issued a decree making it compulsory to report cases or cover ups of sexual abuse priests and nuns will be required to speak up to this appearing as art not a civilian authorities sign a guy a girl reports. as head of the catholic church pope francis is a guide for one point two billion people in an institution that governs among many things morality but how to lead in an age where the moral compass of the church appears to have been broken by the torrent of sex abuse scandals perpetrated by clerics in positions of power it has caused devastating shadow over the papacy and
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with the church in deep crisis the latest lord to create by francis shined more light on how clerics should deal with cases of sexual abuse but the vatican's top sexual crimes investigator gave little indication on the penalties that could be faced universe. factoring diversity of cultures. you know give to strict because otherwise it will be inoperative you need something. flexible enough to work there are one million priests and nuns in the roman catholic church all of the must now report any cases of sexual abuse to church to paris and any coverups even in countries where the law does not oblige them to do so it follows this year's summit on the issue as well as several high profile scandals such as the conviction of george pell the straight years highest ranking.

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