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drivers pull for some extra features like a panic button in twenty four seventh's monitoring of drivers the rhythm hour is a vital source of substance to the country's it flows through this thing called on who can lay claim to. me. but with this comes a destabilizing rivalry countries suspicious of each other's intentions in the battle for control of the record transparency consultation was not up to any countries because of some fear of struggle over that of this time on al-jazeera. matheson in doha with the top stories on al-jazeera at least nine people have been injured in a suspected chlorine gas attack in syria's northwest and it led province activists video shows people being treated in the town of saddam had reported
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a foul smell following a raid by syrian government aircraft that follows another suspected chlorine attack by president assad's forces on the duma in rebel held eastern ghouta that was the third reported throwing attack there in fifteen days and at least fifteen people have been killed in the russian and seven government airstrikes in southern countryside the strikes targeted a hospital in the village of moderate on the mine else caused extensive damage to several buildings and car from a novel. this all comes just a day after a russian fighter jet was shot down above the town of saka three opposition factions in syria say they were behind the attack. this is video from the live on me it's one of the groups that says it's done the fighter jet rushes defense ministry says the pilot ejected but was killed in a fight on the ground i spoke about these latest attacks with syrian affairs analyst andrew tabler from the washington institute for near east policy i began by
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asking him whether he thought the suspected clothing attack inside a cab was related to saturday's shooting down of the russian fighter jet be hard to say i don't think that details are still still sketchy it is part of the general escalation of that area but it will take some time to try and sort that out the u.s. has said that the world needs to try to find a way of stopping these attacks can that be done. certainly more to be done to punish that regime for the use of chemical weapons stopping them would require stopping all air strikes or artillery strikes the outside regime that in that unlikely do you think russia is going to feel pressure to stop these attacks by the acid regime i think they feel some pressure but chlorine is not among the banned substances. syria's are allowed to use chlorine as a weapon of course is a signatory to the chemical weapons convention. but russia is i think very
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concerned about u.s. accusations of the use of sarin inside syria which is substance they should no longer have u.s. secretary of state rice telos and has been meeting his argentinean counterpart and want to tell us it is seeking argentina's support against venezuela and they don't nicolas maduro in the form of increased economic sanctions and for the export restrictions. argentina has reemerged is a strong advocate for democracy and the rule of law and we particularly welcome argentina's leadership to promote democracy including in particular in venezuela we must continue to work to fulfill the requirements of the if you're american democratic. we simply cannot allow you to stand idly by to see a total destruction of democracy in venezuela the vittles one of the people deserve better polls have closed in costa rica's presidential election the campaign's been
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dominated by the issue of same sex marriage thirteen candidates have running to replace outgoing president solis who's constitutionally barred from seeking a second consecutive term. tens of thousands of greeks have rallied in the capital athens urging the government not to compromise in a long running name with neighboring macedonia greece says its name implies a claim over the greek province also called macedonia china is accusing the u.s. of having a cold war mentality in a sponsor to washington's plans to diversify its nuclear weapons policy the pentagon says it's cutting nuclear bombs are too big and wants to develop smaller nuclear weapons the u.s. says the nuclear weapons revamp is largely in response to russian actions in recent years. talks about forming a government in germany are expected to continue into monday chancellor anger conservatives are in negotiations with the opposition social democrats knuckles
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been unable to form a coalition since an election in september when both the main parties lost seats to the far right. and those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera al-jazeera world by foot.
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a double shift key for. a lot of his softness and he said oh we'll always that you're my lad if you mean for the sin. we lead you. must put in the saddle and go ahead into the sad. i don't know charlie i have how do you my name is mama hi ho i caught it in is. about to email so that there's a contest between how to make something is good like but i seen an orchestra in the orchestra and you're back to sydney and you are charlie chut and we know your family so we will we love to enjoy in the circus and you can meet other by sunni and maybe from different countries mohamed it's nice to meet you mike i'm
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charlie as you know and i live in los angeles i'm so glad that you contacted me so this is sounds like such a wonderful opportunity coming up to palestine to perform with my my fellow musicians and probably some relatives as well you know. my father and my uncles all grew up in jerusalem and it's just such a treat to be able to go back finally thank you so i see you soon i think ok sounds great and but are they ready yet. so what about the. world and their sex well. dismantle orchestral for us and you live in fear. and no no well yeah but then again i'm here did that he checked the family mess and then before
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the feedback from us to. hit yeah he had a literally idea it was a quick look at the quote. i think. you're right i never said that up oh well come down and get me i'm not going to. thank you for going to get in there with elements of a kind of on about us eligibility when but it's often said in maryland quote. that even if you defeat the first principle then it will. be and that i have found the field definite that. for me. the man. of. the and.
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i was born here in the united states my dad is from palestine. he came over in one nine hundred fifty and lived here and started his family here and we've lived always in southern california i'm a professional violinist and i do music for movies soundtracks and commercials and
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record projects i received an e-mail from an orchestra that i work with here in los angeles they had forwarded to me a correspondence they received from tim party from the palestine national orchestra on the edward side institute looking for me i'm not sure how he'd discovered me or knew that i was living here but they forward me the e-mail and it was kind of quizzical that somebody was looking for me from that part of the world professionally not it wasn't a family member or something like that so it was quite interesting and intriguing when i got this e-mail and when i learned what it was all about i was very excited to hear that they were trying to bring people from around the world back to to create music. the way.
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most of the orchestras that i worked with in my career have been in los angeles and it's about your ability and how you perform on your instrument doing a project like this was it was more than just being able to play your instrument it was communing with with people and in a way almost family. playing music with them and many of them from all over the world from europe in south america and in the states and and being able to put it assemble a group together like that was it was really something it felt it felt like something very important was happening and especially through music music is such a great language the.
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you could take a mule and them and even when mckenna and them and sweetie i'm alone and must that i'm the lead up and them in need to a little beyond them the duel isn't to be a fall off the knee i seen will community if they yield to start at that fashion he couldn't lemme lemony jewish that i'll fix it all in all the old man walked i'll see it but i must look for a ship that the feet she feeds him out of will trina filho offered them fill them not fill feed frequency mendham em if you bought them and for good the head looked even with the jimmy and. been there for mostly michelin on the shores there. was.
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my name is mary m. to maddy my father was palestinian and my mother is japanese. i grew up in japan and i studied in the united states and i live in paris now i certainly listen to all different kinds of music i like rock and. and popular music as well but very since very very early age i must say since around three or four i tend to fight very specifically was classical music and as soon as i started actually singing classical music myself i immediately knew that this was the way that i can express myself the most and the most fully always very important for me to sing in palestine and also with palestinians abroad as well too
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because i love i love palestine i love palestinians and i love being in this in this culture and a part of it my background as a palestinian and as a japanese those are the strongest of course that's part of my head it. was. i feel that my background has helped me immensely. is a big part of who i am so i grew up listening to a lot of classical music certainly songs by my aunt danielle but also my father
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listened to a lot of bach and mozart at home all the arts played a huge part of my daily life since i was born i would just like to say that all was so thrilled to be here so thrilled to the always welcomed back they say you know they say welcome home to me when i'm here even if it's been even if it's been a few years that i haven't been back and even if i'm so ashamed that i don't speak arabic but they but my family and friends always say welcome home and that is how i feel so i really am grateful for that.
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i was recording this morning at capitol records for a show called the x. factor we do it usually on sundays every week it ranges from a couple hours to several hours today was about a three hour session. and my uncle is joining us he has traveled from northern california city called palo alto. and he'll be arriving at los angeles international airport where we're on our way to go collect them i think are going to really. joy meeting him because he is from palestine born and raised in palestine speaks arabic unfortunately i speak no arabic so i'm and i'm really happy that i can bring my uncle and he can add some culture to our of our gathering here so for now i'll grab my uncle and head back to the house and then i will spend some time ago.
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planning. for the made up for the fantastic. so much recovering. from the bottom out in all their pool and then took mom who needed to my shop in the. right right. will talk about. one another or to kind of haughtiness and on up when we're going to move from. the
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city. just here i was certain to come up. with. the fact is they took their land and i remember it became. but i didn't forty four forty five forty six. it became impossible to go from one place to another without having an id and that's was restricting our freedom and it became ugly that we have to put up with our foreign have telling
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us where to go when to go. and now when i see the situation is happening in palestine that you have to see see your land and give it to these people because they tell you saw i'm sorry the military said we have to mow down your house we don't care where you go or we hope you die in the desert somewhere that is an affront to humanity these are some of the pictures of villa. and the tumbi a section of jerusalem where i was born. and this is a picture of the very last it was completed in one thousand nine hundred twenty six this is a picture that is now touted the net to show villa how rashid
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. was taken by the israeli government golda mayer lived in this house and i think begun was married in this house too and golda may deny it and her memoirs. and the arab ever lived in that house. and she also monitored her for the name of the villa how to write she'd so that count for bernadotte would not notice that she is living in an i was house.
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a fall smell following a raid by sitting in a government aircraft i don't lease eleven people have been killed in russian and syrian government airstrikes in southern countryside the strikes targeted a hospital in the village of moderate a new man there also causing extensive damage to several buildings in crawford novel and. u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson has been meeting his argentinean counterpart and want to say it is ellison is seeking argentina's support against venezuelan leader nicolas maduro in the form of increased economic sanctions and further export restrictions. argentina has reemerged is a strong advocate for democracy and the rule of law and we in particular welcome argentina's leadership to promote democracy including in particular in venezuela we must continue to work to fulfill the requirements of the if you're american democratic. we simply cannot allow in stand idly by to see
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a total destruction of democracy in venezuela the villa's one of the people deserve better polls have closed in costa rica's presidential election campaigns being dominated by the issue of same sex marriage thirteen candidates running to replace outgoing president saw this whose constitution they barred from seeking a second consecutive time tens of thousands of greeks have rallied in the capital athens edging the government and not to compromise in a long running in name row with neighboring macedonia greece's blocks the former yugoslav republic from joining nato and the e.u. saying its name implies a claim over the greek province also called macedonia talks about forming a government in germany are expected to continue into monday chancellor angela merkel's conservatives are in negotiations with the opposition social democrats michel's been unable to form a coalition since an election in september when both the main parties lost seats to
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the far right but the two sides remain optimistic about a deal those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera off the al-jazeera world i'll be back in about twenty five minutes by for that. when charlie found out about the palestine orchestra he was and through z s tick because of his background to go palestine and share all his time with with all these people that you know he loved that he loved me there and i hope he can continue.
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there is something about music and it depending on the style that you're doing but for me when i when i'm playing and performing especially if you get taken into a world where you know you're you're thinking about your music only you know you're not thinking about what's happening back home and you're dealing with issues that are difficult at home or in your family or your friends or anything like that you're in you're in the moment of the music and it's kind of a respite from from the daily grind of life so i really look forward to the concerts specially because you get a you get a break from from reality really you're just in this world of music and it's refreshing to be doing that and not thinking about everything else that you're going to be thinking about once it's over.
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so i'm just getting my things together for the trip and i'm packing what i think. that might mean over there the weather is probably going to might be a little chilly so i've got a couple things that i'd like to have with me along with my performing outfit and some gifts for some family members and things like that we're joining maybe fifty or sixty members of the orchestra that are coming many of them from all different parts of the world including europe and south south america and this and the states like me and so i'm going to take these things with me and i'll grab my violin and i will head to the airport and begin the journey.
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all of. us working for the party be home again and i was a year put on. just. as you could. be and it wasn't about. you know i mean i'm personally a movie tekken was able to hop up. the let's get home but it would be a mobile device and have all the one of the but i don't know how the public and all of us but out of luck and of all.
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a million requests that we. don't. count on me. here today clearly. he had had me been new brain and a man had to find me a mask on her and. then come in marry him.
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len had that as a benefactor look in a second i'm letting if she and i managed and i was so it doesn't say that to be a beauty best business bill national come out with an opinion and because i'm more clear my own home. with a sort of atomic door for listen a year why she she in the usual had the computer in. the home to mom was there we see it's like a gift this is the sign of the homeland. i'm
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always looking for palestinian poetry to sing and this poem is particularly special to my heart because first of all it's by a great week and second i really felt close to it because i feel also like. i'm palestinian but like so many of us in the diaspora so many of us who had to leave. i speak also as somebody from a far away land. and somebody who who feels this great nostalgia whenever i return and also i feel that the poem is really speaking about the experience of somebody like my father who had to leave. as a child and. he feels he has been living in exile his whole life but every
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day dreaming of palestine every day has his heart is in palestine so i feel that this poem really speaks beautifully about this experience of exile as the palestinian. week. who we. saw.
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and the. the. the. the air as it would think of a movie i mean what money for you had to his silo in norman damage my plane a movie would be one hundred include a feast or
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when you perform back home it's a it's a different situation you're poor you're auditioning and you're performing with people and you're trying to do your best and it's all about the play here that's why it's a much deeper level you're. mixing with people from your background and getting to hear the language and have the food and see the sights and it really is such a different experience doing it for something like this than it is say a job back home it is a dream for me i have never had the opportunity to come to palestine and i'm told tim. mohamed foggo contacted me i really didn't know when i would ever have that opportunity so it was really a great chance to come out and meet people of my heritage and play music with them and it's a it's a very nonpolitical situation so it's really nice because we're here just to spread the word of palestinian culture because the good side of the culture.
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invited each had a he had them a shift from says ne and a woman and a stick out of style home full of steam and a bitch dam and busy china care in neck head. when i'm behind me for what at the club is in the summit behind it clinch at the end of shift had the most a night if the market mature fashion for missing vision good for them and showed it did any sad end of it to be had to have been know enough to get a few new we had boom of the dish and me i'm a man who invests the heat we couldn't actually and as often. who. was.
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thinking with the palestine national archives to it's quite different because it brings together to a. two of my passions my identity as a palestinian and also my identity as as a musician and it's an experiment special experience because. the orchestra is made up of musicians professional palestinian residents who live all around the world and work professionally and they we gather for the sake of this orchestra and all of us feel this sense of very strong identity as a palestinian and we have something very very specific and very passionate and important to communicate to the world and this makes the experience unlike
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any other i feel. when the palestine national orchestra that i i think is something quite rare.
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