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at this time. whether. it's. just. a low. in his a quick look at the stories making headlines lebanon's prime minister area spoken out publicly for the first time since his shock resignation eight days ago he says
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that he is free in saudi arabia rejecting rumors that he's being held against his will harry also pledged his country very soon i don't hold them look her here in the kingdom of saudi arabia. i have complete freedom but i want to look after my family as well i don't want to see my children have the same fight like what happened to us i'm not talking about months i'm talking about weeks i'm only talking about days i'll go back to lebanon so hauler is in beirut with reaction to harry's interview. the aim of this interview really is try to convince the majority of the lebanese that he is not a hostage that he is he has the freedom of movement and he is not being dictated to the saudi arabians are not dictating to him what to say or what to do but i think he has sort of explained what it will take to resolve this political crisis when he said that i am ready to withdraw my resignation if this association policy is
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respected now lebanon adopted this association policy a few years ago this policy so that lebanon does not get involved in regional conflicts particularly in neighboring syria hezbollah has been accused of ignoring this policy by sending forces to fight alongside the syrian government in one way or another how do you threw the ball in hezbollah's court he kept on saying i'm i have to do this for to save the country and now he's telling hezbollah this is your way to save the country and i say this because the very fact that how do you resign he is seen as the top sunny politician the sunday street is very angry first of all that there was anger towards saudi arabia they felt that they robbed the saudi arabia grabbed them from their leader because this is a community that has felt the marginalized for many years now. well now at least six people have been killed in a town in western iran after an earthquake struck the iran iraq border the epicenter of the seven point three magnitude quake was around one hundred fifty kilometers northeast of the iraqi capital baghdad
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a just reports eight villages have been badly damaged with electricity comes a syrian province of aleppo is again on the heavy bombardment by government warplanes targeting rebel fighters the bombings began this week it's forced thousands of civilians to flee the area and set up makeshift camps in the countryside united nations expressed concern over the continuous bombing which is taking place outside the deescalation zones established by the u.s. and russia. u.s. president donald trump has insisted he backs the u.s. intelligence community's view that russia meddled in last year's election was widely criticized on saturday when he said he believes putin who's always denied the allegations writing on twitter trump also slammed what he called the fools who oppose better ties with moscow. the spanish prime minister mariano rajoy is in catalonia for the first time since the central government imposed direct rule over the region he traveled to barcelona to campaign ahead of december's regional elections spanish central government dissolved catalan
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parliament after it declared independence last month or praised efforts to honor spanish ur in what he called difficult times in more secure from before we have done exactly what any other country who respects itself would have done board france or germany do if one of their regions suddenly wanted an autonomous referendum article one five five is there to defend the constitution the law and the general interest when they're home and in a clear manner. and about four hundred refugees refusing to leave a decommissioned prison camp on lana's island have had to build makeshift fences from cloth to keep people out but when you guinea it has dismantled large sections of the fence at a form of australian run count in a bid to force the refugees to leave men are refusing to move saying they fear a man is island locals could attack them some of the refugees had moved to new accommodation outside the facilities authorities warned that they had up to this
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weekend to move to a new location or face being removed by force. well you what's right with all of our top stories coming up next on al-jazeera it's gone. the story of chinese muslims enslaved in afghanistan and imprisoned in guantanamo bay. good afternoon. the. the campaign against terrorism continues. our. military objectives remain the destruction of the qaeda network. the taliban
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leadership. and the end of afghanistan as a place where terrorists are harbored. we have large rewards out. are you getting the word out about the word morning we have leaflets that are dropping. like snowflakes in the for your summer in chicago.
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on luck you know what to do i'm always a bit on all of those and. you have to move on the business outlook someday museums
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know johnny i'm going to but i don't. i'm still i'm sure busy busy long look at the polluted you saw in my office. i'm not a jet then claws on joe show. should i thought of an image at all it's a shame that she actually used to deliver them. to him but i want us to say it is kim best you can get well just a boy in the my should that patients with such in the medical a fella push well money didn't get it once he wasn't ten place.
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and yet this sort of. bottom up and leave you your idea of his that is that you sure can wish well did it come well you know we have from the cultic level and muslims to us was a poor idea of socialism. and the. done a good idea and i mean i don't want our young law because law. russia and ignace and took locking up people. i learned that wasn't going to solve that stock price that news about the show and. so it was at that unsettled whole copy angle shot shows attending the summit and. should have been the commission of either of the going a bit as usual but
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a case of that was that of a killer. i'm sure if you were a mrs in the world cup and the kid for instance help getting in. on the game i'm a woman and there is none of it and i'm stuck listening to most of my life shouted kept busy christian have me show me up or they get up and say mom in the current political game sure you are slower than they slam the pressure but that of the below ball and they can process again all danger when tips to both of. us i just talk of the nation can i stumble that. they shove them in our side at this and the shallow end of the mist and that the part of this couple are not on the patients of technique then yet they just don't. put back in the commercial. chain we just execute it. but it came.
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and went and that's the good news at the end i said i cannot be amused and be live again in the subscript. a place where septa yashin has said i'm sure or that i'm going to be on the east indies to be on a bushel there shone a. sadistic up as a photo op. and took some of the commission along with my work in the cinema was not better and i'm bad but i was tossing six and six in django unchained guy when i wanted to someone i was thinking caution.
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should be getting bothered them i'm sure the name of the use of art really is their own stand. which direction you're this commission which the love of the letter isn't really that was being the alteration. but it's
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good to discriminate him demitted. be adopters of all the. population each sick she minutes we've all suffered through to question the last telephone was still over but the sub decision of the title going to shake up as we were used we can buzz if she's human nature well though it can associate the issue or push for if they don't come. through she said to them as a mere wish to remain was. more with me or less the feel to them. that the lip set foot on the new unit by the way to begin in the bears they gave. in to be had that would keep them well and in closer look at him in the car on the way again the war on some colombo in the can. from the low
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a definite will it one name is but it was shot i mean on the show that we were loving couldn't they missed. that image before making them a yahoo on the whole i'm in my all in the check them. on the salon and general of. the body i get your conditioning yet i don't recall if you show me an actual and saw messiness labia then sure and i was always up on the three offices. you sent that little office will get.
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on my orders the united states military has begun strikes against al qaeda terrorist training camps and military installations of the taliban regime in afghanistan. when they get a moment of them watch them. to see the current in the fit to suborn the can close call them better than. that of some of them. because i'm a bit of the fact that it's going to. be a little cup oh my you could have got to develop it again or teach of the shingle and then i was known as was possible do you know what to them when they're caught up to me that i've sure those.
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the sh'ma like and dislike you other than bitterness but i'm of that gloomy of the mahogany i'm a lemon which says that well the devil's game is eminent in a fit of. the number of al qaeda and taliban detainees transferred to u.s. forces in afghanistan has continued to grow and now stands at four hundred forty five. as the secretary said the first plane with twenty detainees arrived in guantanamo bay cuba we were notified here at approximately thirteen fifty. you know would be handled not as prisoners of war as fit as unlawful combatants but technically unlawful combatants do not have any rights under the geneva convention we have indicated that we do plan to for the most part. treat them in a manner that is reasonably consistent with the geneva convention conventions to the extent they are appropriate.
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rejecting rumors that he's being held there against his will how a real so pledged to return to his country very soon i don't hold women like her here in the kingdom of saudi arabia i am free i have complete freedom but i want to look after my family as well i don't want to see my children have the same fate like what happened to us i'm not talking about months i'm talking about weeks i'm only talking about days i'll go back to lebanon. at least six people have been killed in a town in western iran after an earthquake struck the iran iraq border one other has been killed in northern iraq in northern iraq kurdistan region and dozens have also been wounded the epicenter of the seven point three magnitude quake was around one hundred fifty kilometers northeast of the iraqi capital baghdad the syrian province of aleppo is again under heavy bombardment by government warplanes tolerating rebel fighters the bombings began this week it's forced thousands of civilians to feed the area and set up makeshift camps in the countryside. u.s.
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president has insisted he backs the u.s. intelligence community's view that russia meddled in last year's election was widely criticized on saturday when he said he believes putin has always denied the allegations writing on twitter drum also slammed what he called the fools who oppose better ties with moscow the spanish prime minister mariano rajoy is in catalonia for the first time since the central government imposed direct rule over the region he traveled to barcelona to campaign ahead of december's regional elections a spanish central government dissolve the catalan parliament after it declared independence last month where he praised efforts to honest spanish lore and what he called difficult times about four hundred refugees refusing to leave a decommissioned prison camp on manners island have had to build makeshift fences from cloth to keep people out papa new guinea is dismantled large sections of the fence of the former australian run camp in a bid to force the refugees to leave but the men are refusing to move they say that
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they fear man asylum locals could attack them some of the refugees are moved to new accommodation outside the facility and more on all those stories at the top of the next hour i'll see you for the news hour in about twenty five minutes.
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the so. the number of al qaeda and taliban detainees transferred to u.s. forces in afghanistan has continued to grow and now stands at four hundred and forty five as the secretary said the first plane with twenty detainees arrived in guantanamo bay cuba we were notified here at approximately thirteen fifty. it would be handled not as prisoners of war as foot as unlawful combatants technically unlawful combatants do not have any rights under the geneva convention
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we have indicated that we do plan to for the most part. treat them in a manner that is reasonably consistent with the geneva command conventions to the extent they are appropriate. soon after guantanamo. opened in january of two thousand and two i think it was within a matter of a few weeks the center for constitutional rights filed a lawsuit to challenge the idea that the men who were held at guantanamo could be held there without charge or without trial. to represent the men who are out there was very controversial because if you remember these are men and they were labeled though the worst of the absolute worst . in the united states government created guantanamo because it was supposed to be a place entirely outside the law and the notion that the united states would try to
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do that was offensive to me and it's offensive to me as as an american it was offensive to me as a lawyer and it was something that i had a professional and ethical obligation to try to do something about. should come both is diminished it is but engine off that is now i want i'm a law. i should go i'm going on almost a agenda. war .
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me i've been as good and a lot of them will get. you noticed get in the place you know plenty said loyalty and demand i'm lot of them yes all of them the never knew that i miss this a little under in prison up on the island or that is they just as it up in astonishment it's not the name it is and it is and. what would a shocked look. made a young but only a lot of bad and gentle and. daily going to maim and. play at them to give a kid in a can. is then put on the fish and it's gone. because i'm not to many of them i thought on this is that all about it. doesn't get to look stupid enough to. give him play
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a. good watch that would suggest get a mess of them chandy action. on the last pad. and . up them to see him functions again stopped when she got up i should. have put all of my.
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it was early april two thousand and two my phone rang. and when they answered it it was. a major from one of the contractors providing language support for guantanamo and then he asked them have you heard of weekers being caught in afghanistan and brought over twenty one. and they said yes i need to. translate this week or so. and i was shocked actually i didn't know what to say. but then i decided to go for it i decided to go and served my country and the country needed my service. because you can then go down the road kill them.
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on it or. for you to. ship. it into combat. and there. was a. two thousand and two i have been told that that particular airflow. has some week or so psychic a man and all i see is about fifty sixty men in orange jumpsuit they're all look the same and i started to just yell and shout said anybody who's awake or i said that in no way their language anybody who's we go here anybody can hear me hos
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lawyer and i started to have a. response back from different corners i am weak or i am where you go or i am where you go. by the time we had twenty two waiters. when they brought the first week or man for interrogation. i was pretty nervous actually because i did not really know who these people are at that time all i can think is. he could be a terrorists because they are here in guantanamo as a terrorist suspects. no one and. on what women are some of them to be cuban and dialed up to someone all caught up and caught up we
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will. go you have to go under it was not allowed to be a sort of my flu this year under chinese who wanted him. to show my proposal. so i asked them as question as. you have allowed them singled out. and. went on the again we're going to september message. to no child as libya should see i said kirpal dollar and settle my translation actually the first time they really got the attack. they understood and they felt really bad actually the first thing they said every time one me explain this to them is you're only sorry for that weakens and which is absolutely wrong in islam. it is good to.
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be here your demonstrate that saddam hussein and his regime have made no effort no effort to disarm as required by the international community in two thousand and two the united states was intent on going to war in iraq and in the run up to that there was an effort by the united states to convince the chinese government not to veto a u.n. security council resolution paving the way for military action in iraq.
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and what happen is that as a quid pro quo for the chinese not standing in the way that security council resolution is that. the americans agreed to to list what's known as the east turkistan islamic movement as a specially designated terrorist group. and to label the leaders in guantanamo as members of that group of what's known as he t. i am. we yours are viewed as separatist which in the minds of the chinese government is equivalent to to a terrorist. clear
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muscular i'll not understand music and the point i'm stuffed. and i'm going to likely have stolen christmas cheer them you know after the cigarette conduct. and they. are so high on record and prescribe that i was disappointed actually i was really disappointed in my country us government how they allowed the chinese government to do what ever they want in the prison camp which was located in the us military base the sex. abuse and get their own way get them all up. into a lower from the minute after that i spent. on
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the car in the can of. coke i had a condition i misheard did i swap on the silicone a minimum of them much worse than get it as an economic and military name scramble out i'm just not. going to do. them land swap in the casket. shelter says. get their share of those any of the. terrorists on the globe and the terrorists from the most finished and. get them the crown they're going to focus. on their struggles. business self campbell their christian. stance walk. on and welcome as the. bottom of the of the memo. more of those may but i assume that none of the foreign delegation when they came
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they were allowed to come in with a camera and take pictures of their citizens but the chinese government was allowed to. tell basically they had the red carpet treatment when they were in guantanamo and. you go after them and the media china or the heart and scream that bad. bit of chicken. egg. all the confidential classified information were turned over to the chinese government. also the interrogators repeatedly promised. this is u.s. property it says classified here you are showing those folders and the holding the top and saying did you see the word classified and all these are classified information which is the u.s.
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government's property no one will see this no chinese government nobody will see this. in the me that period i mean the smaller some of them and that. this is a good washing with them that gives a number of the. doctor less than what they own have to get. and there were also questioning me looking at me because all this promises from the interrogators came from my translation you know yes translating what teen terror interrogators said but. they are also upset with me as well at all like if she lives near. us really get affordable are coming out on the from the long walk it was the way i've been getting away from that we have done agree with a lot of our. poking at the. blog nice all of the arabs and i don't know that it is out there who have to let.
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them get embellished at the most of them mr sort of like when us has a point but them is so good it is out and stuff about paloma torah in the mystery of fatherhood grew out of the more modern but at the minimal as habitable measure again bush couldn't or sort of. get in on the and by. september i believe september october two thousand and two pretty much the u.s. interrogators and u.s. military. concluded that we were not against the u.s. . by the end of two thousand and two i realized that my mission became. an important
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because. the interrogators were losing interest in the meeting this week site went to the chief of staff of the joint task force colonel cummings. and i just went to his office one morning and i came to him and i said. ok i am going to resign from this mission from the. machete cut in milan think it should and it does again most had to get up there get must mean that being emotionally big and because they are sure that was a good camp then they get a peg i need but i'm going to give you a lot on the young boy. he actually. saw me leaving them at that point like leaving my work in the half way and not being complete it. and i didn't know what's going to happen to them i didn't know when they would be able to go somewhere safe. so it was not an easy decision for me to
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keep my resignation and then leave it base or us he. said but i was just of the book but if you look at in the can sort of the sort of stuff. that it. is going to call that was the first set of them for them then though we had the comfort of.
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my fellow citizens at this hour american and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm iraq to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger. more than thirty five countries are giving crucial support from the use of naval air bases to help with intelligence and logistics to the deployment of combat units. the us government took the position between two. thousand and two two thousand and four that the that the detainees as as nine u.s. citizens held outside of the united states that they had no right to go to
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a federal court and challenge their detention. but then the supreme court said that yes in fact these men have the right to challenge their detention. shortly after the supreme court of his decision the u.s. military set up what were called combatant status review tribunals and these were administrative panels that were designed to determine whether someone was or was not in fact a so-called enemy combatant. and i say so-called enemy combatant because enemy combatant is not a recognized status under international law it's never been this is a status that was created by the united states military so each detainee at guantanamo went before a combatant status review tribunals or what's known as a c.s.r. to. so it's just that it was only going to but they also it's good says by them
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some color said in that she didn't buy that should not have to look at them to get my. business called the toronto sun she slammed them should get the press looking at them because. they were given a summary of accusations against them but they had no ability to present their own evidence they had no ability to question the government's evidence they had no lawyer present even if they had a lawyer that lawyer wasn't allowed to participate. and more supposed to get. but against the times and called that last part about my own. chink in this kind of a hot item on the camp that's come on get. ripped
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in this and i should think you're going to enjoy that. sort of the sorts of get the other day as i am as you thought for the moment slim because of the muck of the book what was with him. with the center for constitutional rights so we've got these we were down there worried about we also why don't we do what is that i ask quite plainly is who are these people and to be combatants and they hesitate and said no we have no evidence to show that they were enemy combatants my mood. what i ordered wants on a most closed it would be difficult and complex. i did not like going to
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countries and asking them to do something that we as a government were unwilling to do. presuming the missile system was that was in the nazi and knew that of being in the full force of the push a little know that stood up at them from the force from the. i turned my phone i next checked my messages and there was email from state and telling us that the government banned two appellate scored just because i got. a chance this time again.
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