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not to mention of course what is going on in the conflict in darfur what's happened to him. one of mine seen a gentle hand of no double or him a t. as he's known is going to be member member of that sovereign council it will have a head that no deputies all the other 10 members will have equal representation equal rights in that sovereign council but general humidity will be in that council as well which is going to be very tricky because one of the demands of the forces of freedom and change and of protesters over the past 8 months of protests is that they wanted justice and accountability especially after june 3rd so what the council is going to have to see is how that justice and accountability that people have been demanding will be delivered with a member who are these the protesters and demonstrators on the tree have been think is responsible behind the june 3rd attack as well as many other attacks that have happened before as well as as you've mentioned obviously the dar for conflict people are saying that they do not think justice will be able to be delivered in
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this case but they're relying on the opposition coalition which will also be appointing to the judiciary during the transition period to have members who will be independent and impartial to look into what happened during the june 3rd act as well as into jaffery conflicts and then to be the one responsible for delivering justice and accountability right here thanks for that have a malls and live in khartoum. protesters in hong kong have gathered in front of the british consulate to appeal for the release of a man detained in mainland china earlier china's foreign ministry confirmed that simon chang an employee of the u.k. consulate is in custody saying he violated the law the ministry added that he'll spend 15 days in what's called administrative detention chang went missing on all the same nights whilst on a business trip to the city of shenzhen. well beijing hasn't provided any more details than about his detention but the foreign ministry spokesman says the u.k. to stop stirring up trouble about hong kong. this u.k.
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consulate employee is a hong kong citizen he is not a u.k. citizen in other words that means he's chinese so it's entirely in internal matter for china so with regard to the recent series of mistaken comments the u.k. has made regarding hong kong china has openly expressed its stern position we want to once again urge the u.k. to stop making indiscreet remarks and stop stirring up trouble on the hong kong issue it more now from our correspondent in beijing scott hydra the minister of foreign affairs here in beijing on wednesday confirming that simon chang is in detention something that's called public security administration detention down in shin gen that's a border town just across from hong kong we know that part of this detention is 15 days they can be extended there's no indication that that's going to happen just yet we know maximum is at this stage 15 days so that should be a couple of days before simon has been released by the police ministry of foreign affairs spokesman saying any details about the specific case need to come from the
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police themselves and kind of passing that off to them now what's interesting he went on to say that he is a chinese national simon chang so this is an internal matter and he said that they've been irresponsible comments coming from the united kingdom and officials there about this case and that they should just essentially saying mind their own business now this is kind of an ongoing theme with how the chinese administration has been handling with hong kong situation in these protests over the last several weeks that there's been international western meddling so obviously feeling this is an opportunity to make their comments about the situation with this detention and our correspondent how to abdul hamid is at the rally that is built up in support of simon chang in hong kong. simon chen is a hong kong or who holds a british national overseas passport about 3000000 home congress have a similar passport we know from his girlfriend that on august 8th he went to change
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and for a business trip and he was supposed to return that same day on his way back in the evening he was on a high speed train he exchanged several messages with his girlfriend the last one was around 10 pm in which he said that he was about to cross back into hong kong we also know from a statement issued from his family that he was held at the west train station it is actually on hong kong territory but it is manned by chinese immigration officials only shanny's officials operating in hong kong now this goes really right at the heart of what protesters have been calling for over the past 3 months that much contested extradition bill that they want to see with drone one of the protesters here was saying this is it this could happen to any one of us being picked up by chinese officials and then we don't know what happens to us the family
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of the child simon chances that they had they hired a lawyer in change and he went around 3 different detention centers but no sign of simon chen now the protesters here are actually in front of the british consulate because they're calling on the u.k. government to put pressure on both hong kong authorities to try to resolve this issue and also to put pressure on the authorities in beijing to try to say where is. why is he held and what will happen to. the most senior member of the roman catholic church to be found guilty of sex offenses has lost his appeal against conviction cardinal pell of form a vatican treasurer. he was jailed in march for abusing 2 boys in australia 20 years ago alexia bryan reports. arriving at court cardinal george pell was taken
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in through a door away from the wasting crowds there was no room inside for everyone the court packed with other survivors of abuse by the catholic church and support as. all you. 7 finally inside the hands of pale had failed and a 6 year jail term for abuse and 2 choir boys when he was a ship of melbourne in the ninety's would stand justice maxwell and i accepted the prosecution submission but the compliant was a very compelling witness was clearly not a lawyer was not a fair interest and was a witness of truth pal is the highest ranking catholic worldwide to be convicted of child sex offenses he was once the vatican's treasurer and one of the pope's closest advisers probably that. his lawyers had argued that the jury's verdict was unreasonable based on the evidence and that the jury relied too much on the
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account of the only surviving victim through his lawyer that victim said he was relieved by the court's decision it is 4 years since i reported to the police the criminal process has been stressful. the journey has taken me to places that in my darkest moments i feed i would not return from action 5 we are now also where you heard elaine and we have now decided the glorious time for us to call it. the vatican has acknowledged the decision and says it's committed to pursuing those who've broken the law as the proceedings continue to develop the holy see recalls that the cardinal has always maintained his innocence throughout the judicial process and it is his right to appeal to the high court but survivors advocates say the catholic church needs to prove its taking clergy abuse seriously. you think of all the children who were abused who had crimes committed on the main catholic
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speeches and children's homes and think. they were in the name of god just in the i'll never get the dying for he is going to rot in a cell he will then rot in hell and i cite farewell pal. pal won't be eligible for parole until 2022 when he's 81. brian al-jazeera the u.s. envoy to north korea says his country is prepared to resume nuclear talks visiting south korea stephen begum said they're just waiting to hear from north korea discussions of stalled since president trump's failed summit with kim jong un in vietnam last february right has more from seoul. this visit by the u.s. special envoy on north korean affairs steven vega comes after a spate of weapons testing by north korea over the past month or so involving
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amongst other things short range ballistic missiles which is largely been seen as north korea's frustration at the lack of progress in talks with the united states north korea of course still demanding that there be some early sanctions relief or giving up parts of its nuclear arsenal but it also is seen as north korea's anger to military exercises that have been taking place between u.s. and south korean forces that have now just come to an end opening a window of opportunity for these working level talks between u.s. and north korean officials to start the talks that were promised by u.s. president donald trump and kim jong un of north korea when they met in their surprise and beating at the d.m.z. at the end of june regarding the restart of those negotiations we are prepared to engage and soon as we hear from our counterparts in north korea in
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a tweet earlier this month president trump revealed that kim jong un had stated in a letter to him that he wanted another meeting soon after these military exercises had ended opening up the possibility of another official summit between the 2 leaders but of course the clock is still ticking on kim jong un's warning that he wants to see a real breakthrough and progress before the end of this year otherwise he has warned that he is likely to resort to another path other than the direction of dialogue. still to come here and al-jazeera nigeria's president swears in the country's new cabinet ministers we'll go live to a b. and we report from the strait of hormuz where a u.k. oil tanker is still being held by iran.
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had i was about to rain heavily once again for japan and south korea the driving force surprisingly is this rather weak looking cloud appear but it's russian the uncurling tail this is a frontal system here it's bringing in the south it's got plenty of water so the darker green indicates heavy rain that's running through south korea during service they might well catch in home shoes far east as tokyo for a new overnight thursday into friday you see really focuses on japan virtually all of japan so it's about 24 hours worth of rain some of which will be heavy leave solid in the fine with appearing young to run beijing or in the sunshine not in the wet weather signs of all this and you help pressed to find any significant rain over this part of china sichuan has been seeing some heavy downpours you know on to northern vietnam and the green is creeping up towards hong kong so late thursday or maybe friday i think we'll see rain creep up this eastern coast to charge up
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towards shanghai but it's not an especially wet picture for many places in china it is in the philippines the rain is once again particularly the east this circulation amount to something broke is just daily thunderstorms quite typically they run into northern borneo but science of that and indeed west of that is a largely dry picture. the story of a friendship between a filmmaker and a 7 year old girl would mean. giving whom it into a refugee family being the syrian war. in the face of deep rooted tension between the lebanese and the refugees. my syrian friend. bisect on al-jazeera.
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right let's have a look at the top stories here about jazeera general abdul fattah al gore has been sworn in as chairman of the newly created so friend council in sudan he'd been head of the military giunta that took power a few months ago and that's when the army pushed out the longtime leader omar al bashir. protests as in hong kong gather in front of the british consulate to appeal for the release of a man detained on the mainland earlier china's foreign ministry said simon trying employee of the u.k. consulate had violated the law and they'll spend 15 days in what they call an
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administrative detention the fall of vatican treasurer a cardinal george pell has lost an appeal against his criminal conviction in australia he was jailed for 6 years in march for abusing 2 choir boys 20 years ago . a case of the british lying to oil trying to seize by iran a month ago is making its way through the country's cold there had been speculation that the stana impair or could be freed. following gibraltar which is a british territory release of an iranian tanker however the iranians say the 2 cases aren't linked meanwhile australia has joined a u.s. led mission to protect shipping in the strait of hormuz are said spain has more from banda us in the strait of hormuz where the center in peril is believed to be dogs. the stent in peril was seized by a during a revolution in gaza back in july 19th 2 weeks after british royal marines seized the iranian tanker off the shore of gibraltar now iran says this wasn't true
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although it's widely believed iran says the para was violating international maritime regulations they say the ship was turned off its track is to avoid iranian forces changed direction in the strait but also had collided with a fishing boat now there have been some indications from the rain in the thirty's that that vessel could now be released after the iranian vessel was released by the gibraltar authorities now the foreign ministry spokesperson said that the courts are looking at the issue and he hoped that it would be released soon now that will go some way in reducing the tensions between iran and the united kingdom but there still is that issue of the u.s. led naval coalition which has said it will join the you know the strain in prime minister scott morrison has said that didn't concerned about recent incidents in the gulf including those tankers that were mysteriously attacked that the united states and its allies blame iran for your own denies this he also said that there was a destabilizing behavior that threatens the interests australian interests in the
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region now iran will be opposed to this they've been opposed to foreign intervention the foreign presence in the region they believe that the country's fully capable of providing security and stability in location of the strait of her most where 20 percent of the world's oil passes through and just between its most narrow point between iran and oman is just 33 kilometers wide and the and the shipping lanes are 3 kilometers wide and iran said that they oppose the u.s. presence there the u.s. 5th fleet is here that u.k. has to warships and a straight yes committed to a frigate a surveillance and patrol plane as well as military personnel and europe is fundamentally opposed to europe to join this coalition in fact germany said every.


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