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refugees don't have the right to move freely on the other hand gord's can move freely as far and as much as they want it's multinational colonialism this is of the another moment of the democratic process these companies they just want the moment europe's forbidden colony episode one at this time on al-jazeera. zero. back to go this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes three weeks into the assault on the syrian rebel enclave of eastern ghouta the death toll has passed one thousand who else could do it i mean honestly when you
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think they're not going to send missiles up. donald trump is back on the campaign trail and is talking up his planned meeting with north korea's leader also this hour former trump strategist steve bannon addresses france's national front is the political rights uniting across the atlantic and voting is underway in hong kong for by elections that test the strength of the democracy movement. thank you for joining us syrian government forces have made significant gains in their battle to take the last remaining rebel stronghold near the capital damascus the orange stripes here show how much territory the rebels had in eastern guta on february the eighteenth that's when the government stepped up its offensive three weeks of heavy bombardment later and you can see the rebel stronghold has dramatically shrunk more than one thousand people have also died as
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a result president bashar assad's troops have advance into areas between the main towns of duma and harasta that has cut off the main rebel supply line the government also says it has full control of misrata cutting off another key road to duma splitting the enclave into three alan fischer. has our report from the turkey syria border. or syrian government forces have made big gains in the last twenty four hours they are still facing resistance. thanks this video from josh al islam claims to show regime forces being pushed back but they have surrounded two large towns in eastern guta duma and harassed and circling tones it's something syrian government forces have done consistently especially since enlisting the help of the russians militarily and tactically by cutting off roads and important supply lines they've essentially left the fighters with no place left to go he's isolating the
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two cities now the two big cities in. the he's weakening them and he's. supporting its military approach by having this political strategy submitting them both on the ground and politically by trying to have a deal does the with just. across the country to free syrian army supported by the talks are closing in on the city of afrin. the positions held by the kurdish militia the white p.g. . is strikes have been ongoing water has been cut one doctor in the local hospital says he fears a massacre the chair of the local council has called on the u.n. to intervene. if the u.n. official claims that self administration and the y. p.g. prevent the population from escaping we invite those who sit somewhere and say something like this to send a delegation to a free and to talk to people here the people of our free prefer to voluntarily stay in their country and defend against the occupation of the turkish state. president
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says he expects turkish troops in the city. if we placed on a shelf put on solid our conscience ethics and sensitivities just like other countries and terrorists do well in syria been captured after it will be a job that would take is just three days. but. syrian t.v. says government forces now control fifty one percent of the area they're still considering you know money to the corridors for people and fighters who are ready to leave but they still continue to push for full control alan fischer al-jazeera on the talk to the syrian border. and turkey's president has criticized the nato alliance for not supporting his military operation in syria as a frame region turkey launching operation to clear the area of kurdish fighters in january turkey considers the y.p. g a terrorist go but its nato ally the u.s. has backs the fighters to combat eisel. the law says. i'm calling on them now
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he nato where are you we are putting up a fight isn't turkey a nato country where are you invited nato member states to afghanistan immediately so how about in syria if the nato countries who are in syria really have the power they would openly clearly stand against us but they don't dare because they can see that turkey is standing tall but what we wanted was this you called us to afghanistan we came you called us to somalia we came you called us to the balkans we came now calling on them so come to syria turkey with its nine hundred eleven kilometers of border with syria is under threat right now so why aren't you coming to us present donald trump has been speaking at a campaign rally in pennsylvania about his proposed meeting with north korean leader kim jong il and praise china and south korea for helping work towards building a dialogue with the north let's bring in mike hanna in washington for us mike present i'm very upbeat about his upcoming meeting with kim jong un. yes indeed he
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spent much of the day sending out tweets about this proposed meeting he tweeted how he'd been speaking to the president of china the prime minister of japan getting support for those unprecedented face to face meeting he also tweeted that the north korea had not conducted a missile test since november the twenty eight indicating that he believed the assurances that had been relayed to him by south korean mediators and in that campaign speech in the course of the evening backing a republican candidate in a special election he repeated that he believed that north korea was sincere in its pledges they're not going to send missiles think of it they're not sending missiles and i believe that i believe that i really do i think they want to do something i think they want to make these i think it's time and i think we've shown great strength i think that's also of course. well there is some concern in washington
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about the state of the administration's preparation for such a meeting should it take place there is no ambassador in north korea one has not yet been appointed by the trumpet ministration in addition the chief of state department experts on north korea resigned last week so many contend that the trumpet ministration not in a position to be properly prepared for any negotiations with a team that has been negotiating with various parties for decades this is a point of concern should this meeting ever take place and mike we still haven't heard anything from north korea on all of this not even a confirmation that is issued an invitation to donald trump should what should we read into this. well this is an important point because what we know is that this invitation was extended by the south korean intermediaries the south korean national security advisor who here met with mr kim in the course of the week
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he then relayed this message to president trump yet there has been as you say within the last forty eight hours since president trample leapt into this particular scenario there has been no independent confirmation from any source within north korea that this message was in fact given so basically president trump is accepting the assurances of these south korean mediators that what they are saying from president kim is correct and that that is the basis for his decision to accept an invitation which actually has not been made. by any north korean per se thank you for that my can ally for us in washington. present transair former advisor has addressed the far right national front party at congress in france steve than in praise party leader may not bend for what he called her vision that pits nationalists versus globalist david tate's have reports from need france
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arena le pen is still bruised by the scale of the defeat to emmanuel macro nine months ago but as quoted britain's wartime leader winston churchill failure is not fatal it is the courage to continue that counts a change of brandon a change of name a coming in lille this weekend but not it seems a change in policies a ballot of eighty questions sent to national front members just return of majority of ninety percent in favor of a bridge that referendum on the european union and ninety eight percent want a drastic limit to immigration which delegates here described as a tsunami. it's not often that the spotlight moves away from marine le pen the president trumps former chief strategist stephen down and managed it when invited on to the party platform we had the single greatest candidate in american history thanks all we had to do was let trump be trump number one
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stop mass illegal immigration and limit illegal immigration to get our sovereignty back and to help our workers told the national front they were part of a world wide movement that history was on their side and it was the tide that would bring them victory after victory after victory. but it didn't happen for marine le pen and twenty seventeen many blamed her poor showing in the campaign's final debate with a manual macro. eyes are now turning on her twenty eight year old niece marion charlottetown although now retired from politics she has been identified as a rising star by bannon and was spreading her message united states last month i'm not offended when i see your president on the trail and say america first. in prague. i want america first for the american people i want britain first for
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the british people and i want friends her for the french people. the arena pen hopes exercise in rebranding will help bring support back and allow us to form alliances with other parties to change or how to steer a lever. jason stanley's a professor of philosophy at yale university and author of the upcoming book her fascism works he says banon speech will help give the french foreign aid the boost it needs. what's the band's macit is is he saying let's not try to win over the unconverted let's be unabashed about our sentiments here and that's a message that's proven very popular in the united states of course and in europe as well big there are beyond his show and and law and justice party and poland are both showing that these strategies work in euro we have they constantly attack the
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liberal mainstream media in the lawn justice party in poland ran against the media for not covering its crazy conspiracy theories about this blunt disaster orbán is constantly attacking the media and european elites so it's very dark very similar strategies here and there are ports connections between the russians the far right in europe and the far right in the united states and obviously the kinds of bar right tactics that were successful in the united states out of her millionaire and long history in the european countries that issue in other words he is twenty seven identified over two hundred witnesses in their investigation into the poisoning of a former russian spy the u.k. home secretary says more than two hundred forty pieces of evidence also being considered. paul and his daughter a u.t.i. remain in a critical condition in hospital after being poisoned with an evasion sonia they
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believe pour some land that. this is a fast moving investigation which is coordinating intelligence officials senior cabinet ministers as well as security officials as well now while the investigation continues in seoul spree and all the locations there which have presumably been visited by the victims said basically pile on his door to yes there is also a plan being formulated as to what will be happening beyond this and from this point onwards and as the home secretary amber rudd said this is an investigation which is going to require some fine combing of the evidence before being pointed out who's behind it. this is a serious substantial investigation over two hundred fifty counterterrorism police from eight out of far left and counterterrorism units involved there's over two hundred witnesses involved and there's over two hundred forty pieces of evidence so
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we need to give the police and all the investigative parts around them the space to get on with that with that in mind there have been tensions also rising between britain and russia with certain politicians and officials tentatively pointing the finger that perhaps this bears the hallmarks of if not a state sponsored attack on mr powell and his daughter then perhaps it could be that of a criminal organization this has been something which the russian government has been strenuously denying from its part saying that has nothing to do with such a thing but at the same time the british officials this does raise parallels with the death of mr alexander litvinenko a russian dissident who was living in the u.k. and was killed by radiation poisoning twelve years ago however there will there will be the matter of how do you. tightly define exactly who was behind this once
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the air. didn't seals that officials are saying that they will be raising this issue at a nato meeting in july together with nato partners as to how to proceed with perpetrators of such attacks on british soil and that of course is adding to a difficult time tense time diplomatically between london and moscow plenty more ahead on the news hour including the u.s. and europe barrington a trade war yet but a meeting in brussels saturday laid the groundwork plus. i recall reporting from our drug maker a very solid who went all through who are above that from the remotest bourses owner and joe will be here with the sport as manchester united tighten their grip on second place in english for me any.
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police in hong kong have detained a number of protesters as polls opened in the legislative council by elections that hold is expected to be bitterly contested as the pro-democracy camp looks to keep its one third veto brok in the legislative the election is seen as a litmus test gauging reaction to be jean's increase interference in the city's governance dva gopalan has more video yet edward you know is too well that victory doesn't guarantee is placed on the legislative council the former professor won in the twenty sixteen elections and while being sworn in he added a phrase saying he would fight for universal suffrage after a year in office the beijing government reinterpreted hong kong's constitution to deem him ineligible because of that this time he promises his supporters he has a plan ranging you are going to united and they believe in the end of the c.e.o. ours which we will discuss about the political rights of all calm people i know you
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didn't see the twenty fourteen pro-democracy demo. it's known as the umbrella movement beijing has tightened its grip on the city as it is that you would like to have you got to meet his new hair his new cap our. bosses the legal his fellow man although he made kellogg already these selections to replace for ousted legislative councillors are divided along very clear lines the candidates are either probate are pro democracy. this is the other camp rallying supporters in front of the government headquarters the. party's main office is to stabilize home paul. i suppose these are the government's preferred candidates if they win the opposition will not have the numbers in parliament to block bills or question beijing sections but many here believe these candidates will help the city run smoothly help is
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a problem i know i keep trying to write i think all it takes is a kind of. analysts say this vote is mostly symbolic a victory for the pro-democracy candidates would be an expression of frustration at beijing's increasing interference in hong kong's affairs former colonies macau and hong kong are the only territories in china where the public can directly vote for their government but many here say with beijing becoming more intrusive and pushing for more integration with the rest of china voting is increasingly regarded as something that matters less and less hollande al-jazeera hong kong. trade officials from the european union and japan are calling for exemptions on steel import tariffs imposed by donald trump the demand came during a meeting in brussels in which the e.u. threatened to impose tariffs on u.s. products trading partners have warned that trumps tariffs which come into force in two weeks good massively backfire timespan will see
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a twenty five percent tariff on steel and ten percent on aluminum imports paul brennan has more from brussels. this is a meeting that had been put in the diary several weeks ago to talk about the root cause of the industries the steel industries where as and that is overcapacity but president trumps announcements on tariffs have put new impetus into that part of the discussions that have been taking place here in brussels and the opportunity for the european union trade commission and the japanese trade minister to have face to face time with robert light hisor the u. s. trade envoy is very valuable at the start of this two week period before president trump's tariffs actually start to be imposed there are going to be intense negotiations over this next two weeks to decide whether or not the european union can be exempted from those tariffs and the big implications if they're not are an escalating tit for tat kind of trade war involving all kinds of other products such
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as peanut butter orange juice harley-davidson motorcycles blue denim jeans all of these kind of things that the european union are threatening they will the slap tariffs on in retaliation essentially for what's happening to the steel industry now it's not a foregone conclusion by any means that the european union will find that it's a deal has tariffs imposed upon it overnight president trump appears to be coming close to a deal with the australian prime minister on security arrangements there which will mean president trump won't impose tariffs on australia so there is a glimmer of hope that european union still produces will escape the worst effects of it but with this president it's not there's no guarantee at all and that is why the european union is seeking clarity from robert lighthouses here in brussels. as second round of voting looks likely in sierra leone with results from wednesday's presidential election too close to call both the ruling people's congress and
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opposition certainly on people's body on around forty three percent with half of the votes counted candidates require fifty five percent to win outright the election itself was largely peaceful that rival supporters clashed on saturday as results came and runoff all must take place two weeks after the final results and no one has more from freetown many civil unions believe that this election is headed for a run off with fifty percent of the vote counted but is little difference between the two leading candidates candidate of the ruling a.p.c. party and the biggest opposition party in the country the p.p. all of them have scored more than five hundred sixty thousand votes the third candidate is hundreds of thousands of votes behind them now there are reported cases of. stuffing which the election officials say they are investigating now the election commission is expected to announce twenty five percent more of the
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votes by to morrow probably by the end of. sunday the results will be finally in and now civil unions are bracing themselves for a second round of voting on the streets of seven young they are new to celebrations in certain places the celebrations were actually wild people commending the election commission for conducting what looks like very very vote in sierra leone. now lying around a thousand kilometers off the southern tip of chile the antarctic has been described as one of the most remote stretches and distant places on earth but much of its reach biodiversity has yet to be fully documented in the second part of on talk take series we look at the european union's campaign to protect the desolate region and joined a greenpeace scientific expedition through the battle see. the captain's eye view of the voyage as the ice breaker arctic sunrise pushes through into the
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remote waters of the weddell sea a vast unknown territory few ships venture this far. has already made an attempt this antarctic summer but was foiled by ice because right now we are way through. to get it down into the weather. trying to reach before the beginning of what would be protected looks like an opening at least for. yes let me just read here is the body of water. finally we break through into the isolated area of the proposed site tree at the moment i checked on the. satellite charts this morning and there's some one of a ship in this entire space as another ship about that and that's it and the whole whole area that's a slightly scary terrifying. exciting exciting kind of just
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makes the case that this is pristine this area is not developed his not call industry has never had industry. we take our chance and it's rare window of weather to take to the air and look down on the mesmerising see below. the western edge of the would be protected zone breathtaking the rule power of land and sea and ice constantly read. shaping on the move this is nature on a planetary scale so what we're looking at here is melting yes sea ice and great ice bugs to be. sweeping off. the weddell sea way to side with the proposed area pretty much on touched by human activity almost no scientific research is taking place back to base the arctic sunrise standing by for a return alongside a giant type ice pack perhaps a kilometer long the next helicopter sortie is to the very top of it the expedition
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team and making a dramatic landing to spread the sanctuary message around the world this iceberg thousands of years in the making now adrift in a process that has been going on for hundreds of thousands of years appraises it seems may be changing because of global warming and a day of scenic wonder the antarctic day ends with a spectacular show about this apparently a reverse sunset phenomenon while simultaneously the clouds morph and shape and color into fantastic painting across the evening sky at the ends of the. al-jazeera until ticket. in the third part of our series our correspondent nick clark will look at the multiple threats wives' life in antarctica face ranging from climate change to tourism. still ahead on al-jazeera gun control is back in the
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news in the united states will tell you about one of the biggest loopholes that makes regulating sales so hard. yet many refugees in djibouti face a tough choice struggle on in the camps all returned to their walk on country and the first medals of the twenty eight hundred paralympic winter games have been won find out who is leading the table after a day one in china in sports coming up late. from the waves of the soon. to the cone tools of the east. hello there it's mostly settled across the southern parts of china at the moment there's plenty of fine weather to be found and it's also brought a model shanghai up at seventeen degrees at the moment hong kong is not too much higher than that where up at around twenty one you can see the winds that they are feeding in a fair amount of moisture so there will be a bit of crap particularly over the hunan province could see
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a shower here and then we'll see some more showers over the chunk chicken province as we head through monday there's also the chance of a few showers around the northern parts of vietnam but then the exception rather than the rule really am for most of us it will be dry a bit further towards the south and it's also mostly dry across the philippines at the moment to the west whether well that's over parts of borneo stretching down into java and also affecting us in some march i was seeing some very heavy showers in this region that area of what weather there was just pushing a bit further towards the north as we head through monday so more of us will see those showers i think singapore will see quite a few also we've been seeing some showers over parts of sri lanka has been very very wet here and there showers are just been drifting a bit further northwards just into the fall for them parts of india now we're going to see some more wet weather here over the next few days some of the showers over sri lanka are likely to be rather heavy once more to the north of all of that though it's fine and dry it woman now looks like new delhi will be up but thirty fall. there with sponsored by the time. they
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you sirrah fluent in world news. this is a news hour on al-jazeera our top story syrian government forces have made significant gains in rebel held eastern they're advancing to areas between dubai and had lost cutting off a major highway more than one thousand people have been killed in eastern gold essence the government stepped up its campaign three weeks ago u.s. president donald trump says he secured an agreement from pyongyang to suspend missile testing ahead of a planned face to face meeting with north korean leader kim jong il and speaking at a campaign rally in pennsylvania he praised china for its help trying to find a diplomatic solution and says he thinks north korea wants speaks and police in
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hong kong have detained a number of protesters us polls open in the legislative council by elections the vote is seen as a next missed test for the strength of the city's pro-democracy movement. now police in the united states say the gunmen involved in a siege where three hostages were killed was a former servicemen suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder disorder three female employees and the gunmen were found dead after an eight hour standoff at the nation's largest veteran tell me in the californian town of don't fail thirty six year old albert wang who for a year in afghanistan had been a patient at the home psychiatric facility now the state of florida in the u.s. has passed modest gun restrictions after the pocket and high school shooting that left seventeen people dead last month but in washington there appears to be little appetite for new laws john hendren has a story. the outcry for stricter gun laws in america has perhaps never been
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louder or more emotional. this makes me sick millions of children are rationally preparing for six students slaughter and this is normalized we cannot allow our nation to go along with this any longer how many more times probably more children are going to be slaughtered the names have become an international shorthand for mass shootings in america littleton colorado river new tech orlando's police night club sandy hook and now portland florida but little has changed since last month's school massacre there in this hearing by senate democrats is unofficial the republicans you control both houses of congress are holding no hearings on guns president obama hugged me and wouldn't let go until i could catch my breath and stop crying it's different this time because people are taking it personally he said. but it wasn't different. at weekend gun shows across the us guns
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are easily bought with or without background checks and the appetite for weapons seems insatiable just try to find a parking spot at this one in virginia one reason background checks are such a point of contention is what's called the gun show loophole while licensed firearm dealers need to do background checks on buyers any individual can sell to any other individual as long as they don't have reason to believe that person is prohibited from owning a firearm and gun shows are where they meet. even many gun aficionados are willing to support some change like mandatory background checks for all gun buyers should there be background checks absolutely absolutely the state of florida has passed modest changes banning the bump stocks that turned semiautomatic weapons into automatics raising the minimum age to buy a gun to twenty one setting a three day waiting period in arming school employees but on capitol hill the senate has moved on to banking reform leaving all proposals for new gun
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restrictions on the shelf john hendren dale city virginia when i speak to david burnett who is the former president of the sudanese for concealed carry and co-author off tough targets when criminals face andras distance from citizens from ohio thank you very much for being with us on allison with your formal going ization students for concealed carry in the wake of pot and there's been a lot of talk about teaches in the u.s. president trump is in favor of this do you think that's a good idea. with a subtle distinction that we don't need to arm teachers i don't think we need to turn the break rooms into armories necessarily but there are polls show that at least twenty percent of teachers would be willing to get more information and i think that those who would be willing to volunteer and those who go through very high standards of training should be allowed to protect themselves and if necessary their school children in the classroom these are already very highly educated people and we already trust them with our children and unfortunately we've seen
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there are a lot of the other systems designed to protect them cannot so i think that as a last ditch effort highly trained individuals within that schools should be on the table should be an option for discussion now the report that we just heard from john hendren talked about the gun show new paul i tell us about your view on that and can background checks be thanked if if so many gun sales are in them tick. well again i have to make a subtle distinction there's technically no gun show gun show loophole i think you were put in that distinction but what we're talking about is private sales in other words i have cash to you and you have begun to me but it's illegal for anyone to sell to a criminal or someone who's otherwise unable to get a gun under the law but if you're a vendor you do have to do a check so it end criminals less than one percent of criminals incarcerated study by the f.b.i. it obtained their firearms through private sales like that so the question still is with this work right most of the mass shooters in this country have not purchased
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their guns at gun shows the criminals are going to exchange cash and do that anyway whether on the black market or they might steal their firearms so i think any policy needs to be thought through to the question of what works like i said the mass shooter in florida did not get his gun and he should be able to get his gun but he got it he got is going to store not not a gun show loophole or not not at the gun show to tell us david you know hi international audience help us understand why so many americans think it's important to have guns i mean we talk about the second amendment and not why is it important for americans to have guns. well there's three different reasons that americans value their firearms number one would be self defense and self protection according to government estimates approximately one hundred one hundred twenty one self-defense uses of firearms in the united states every single day as opposed to approximately twenty nine homicides so guns are used more often to save lives than they are to take them and so we value that we also like hunting that's
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a big thing in this country and of course as the founders of the united states put that as a safeguard against potential governor and government tyranny and whether it's president trump or president obama i don't think that any president current president has been speaking about taking away due process and i think that that's a dangerous level of rhetoric and that the civilians always should be prepared to to protect themselves whether it's against an armed invader or a good. tyrannical government but it seems like many americans connect gun ownership with their personal freedom as soon as you start talking about these gun laws people start talking about their personal freedoms and you know the government wanting to violate their personal freedoms why is that well i don't think that we are unfortunately we're not able to trust the system and we need look no further than florida to realize that you have the police who are called to that shooter's home thirty nine different times you had teachers and school officials who are aware of his the danger that he posed to school kids in that school were joking
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that he would be the next person to shoot at the school as anyone did you have the f.b.i. who was given specific reports about this person and you have the mental health of the social workers who didn't do anything and you had an armed deputy actually multiple armed deputies who showed up and didn't go into that school so i don't blame the students for being upset of letting the teachers should be upset but i think that the ability to protect yourself especially whether it's in your home or whether it's in your classroom is very important to us because at the end of the day the only person that's there to protect you every second of the day is you and if you're armed with nothing more than a pencil or a textbook to throw back that's not a loss all right well thank you for sharing your views with us i know a lot of people disagree with you of course but thank you for sharing your views with us david burnett former president of the students for concealed carry and author of tough targets i thank you for joining us there from the high. level now tens of thousands of refugees have fled to djibouti to escape the fighting in yemen three years after the sound of that coalition first launch airstrikes against the
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rebels the conflict has engulfed most of the country but once you many's reach safety in djibouti the struggle for survival continues as food is in short supply on that idol has more from the portanova book. its food distribution the mark as they come for human refugees in the dusty. the law mohammed of the law has just picked his family's food a location for the month he came here two years ago when a missile hit and destroyed his house in ha ha self in the yemen now a mother had a hand look at the shooting that i say have given us there won't be enough for my family or even five days a situation is really bad. apart from the legal regimes people here also complain of conditions of the come. the sweltering heat and ferocious sun hardly been many away this is a place where many don't want to stay for long at one point this camp was home to more than six thousand refugees today one thousand eight hundred one lived here
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most of them have either gone talk on the town or to the capital djibouti yet others hover tonty yemen profiling the un something terrible was known to life in this can. also have chosen to stay see the option of a shared choice we have nowhere else to go where can we go we are forced to stay here yet the massive insecurity and shortage of some basic supplies in yemen is forcing many more refugees to cause the sea are some but are cut robbed of the come just three days ago from the city of thais which is under the control of both the fighters and again the yemen we fled from yemen because of war and hunger the hutu militias are also making life unbearable destroying homes of bullying and arresting people who will it's a disaster back in yemen. nearly thirty five thousand people admit the jenna's southwards across the bubble mandeb straight to djibouti since march two thousand and fifteen from the beginning to put you open its doors to yemenis fleeing from
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the war the country has been uprooted from foreign investment in recent years due to it started to look. but the extreme poverty is still widespread. officials here say that is little else they can do for the refugees beyond giving them safety and asylum one hundred at all just era of the djibouti meanwhile an international conference is underway in london looking at the consequences of the war in yemen gemayel and child reports. there is more more interest in the saudi led war in yemen particularly in the capital cities like london in countries like the united kingdom which are or have a direct link true that conflict which has gone on for several years now in so much as that it is u.k. weapons that are being used by the saudis and there are allies in bombing yemen the fact the united kingdom just announced a memorandum of understanding to sell even more fighter jets through the saudis
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during the visit of the crown prince mohammed bin saddam on a conference like this which involves not only yemeni experts but also very strong preserve different think tanks and analysts is trying to set about maybe an alternative to this or a way out of this war some sort of peaceful solution earlier we spoke to yemeni diplomats and asked him whether the u.k. is approach in terms of selling more weapons assad radio was the correct one or in his view of what you need what needed to be done in order to find an end to this war the solution in yemen which is all of all parties knows it should be a peaceful solution t.m. and selling more pins t.m. and it would not help them many people to to reach a peaceful settlement for their puppet problems. i would hope that united kingdom and other countries will add certain weapons to saudi arabia to exact more precious
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than selling weapons and the saudis and the last forces and the horses for them to come down to a table and reach a peaceful settlement to yemen although not so high profile in the any government ministers attending there are an increased number of these events that are taking place in the narrative around the war on yemen and the u.k.'s involvement in it and the need for the international community to intervene to put an end to what the un has described as the worst humanitarian crisis today that nerds. not activity in countries like united kingdom markets is increasing so a conference like this is testament to the fact that there is greater public dismay or maybe opposition to the policies that are taken by specific governments and increased among but there must be and puts through the saudi look warney among thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the italian city of florence in a rally against racism the demonstration included african migrants calling for justice
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after the shooting of a senegalese street vendor earlier this week he was killed by a sixty five year old italian man but police believe the shooting was not racially motivated. india and france have signed sixteen billion dollars worth of deals during french fries into manuma calls for his official visit to india it remains includes a corporation on defense energy space and counter-terrorism and the construction of a nuclear power plant in india it was also a place to work together to ensure the freedom of navigation in the indian ocean. both our countries believe that world peace progress and prosperity in the future the indian ocean region is going to play a very important role beat environment maritime security and resources of freedom of navigation or flight we are committed to strengthen our partnership this is why today they are present in a joint. operation in the indian ocean region. and. the
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pacific or the indian ocean cannot be places for head to morning hours we are therefore building a strategic partnership in this respect this is also the purpose of our defense cooperation that was born a while ago and was also tested in difficult times but beyond political alternatives in both france and in india this cooperation in the defense sector now has a new significance because it is essential to our strategic independence. jacob is a professor of national security and international relations at merrill university says political instability in the u.s. and britain has pushed india to form new strategic partnerships. i think that is not a consequence of sorrow for what is happening even after system today especially with ritter reeling under. its own hips are the ones that programs are for you partners in the united states or are you know you know that if they don't get the
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degree let going to school in the united states and difficult ramses not looking like the biggest. but depends on trying to market that india as. it you're all going to go this is not just. defense partners are but is also civilian partnerships and there's a lot all that is going in the body and i'm sorry but i mean they did it or soviet and so i think this is it meeting on mine is and i mean it is perhaps has been well i would guess i'm able to and i did he's going to be ever since the. seventy's and eighty's so it is no surprise here part of it is good to see that this is the relationship it in a far more robust. women in palestine as struggling to find work despite being among the some of the region's most educated thirteen percent have university degrees but economists say israel's occupation has time for job opportunities harry fawcett reports on the occupied west bank. university
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a chance some of the most able and ambitious students in the occupied west bank and what's noticeable on this most prestigious palestinian campus is how many of them are female natalie salama is in a fourth year studying civil engineering and business she says she dreams of a career in the field and in academia but is all too aware of the realities of the palestinian job market i think i have like a good chance but not the best not because of my academics or my g.p.a. it's because of the type of the knee or nature of the. working in the environment the situation byrd said referred so why the premium that's been put on female education in palestinian society all in sixty two percent of the current students are women a problem for them is what happens when they graduate. palestinian women are some of the region's best educated thirteen percent have a university degree compared to nine percent of men but only nineteen percent of women are in or seeking work that compares to twenty five percent in the middle
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east in north africa and fifty one percent in the world as a whole palestinian society is certainly patriarchal women often face pressure to marry young and stay at home there's also political and cultural pressure in favor of having large families the palestinian fertility rate is among the region's highest but economists some here are both misses the critical difference from the rest of the region is the impact of the israeli occupation in the palestinian context israel has worked. very hard since nine hundred sixty seven on undermining the productive capacity of the economy that is undermining agriculture and long acting these are the sectors that employ women agriculture has long been a mainstay of female employment especially here in the village of the about loot where the women say it's rare to spot a man in the fields but these days it's just as red or find a woman under forty five because they might think that other jobs are better it's
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easier to sit at the desk than work the land we've lost plans to confiscation and we've lost our mountains to settlements it disarm has six daughters she says education has been crucial to their upbringing but the two who have already graduated university of both unemployed are a force at al-jazeera in the occupied west bank. still ahead on al-jazeera going global professional wrestling has its eyes set on the middle east is here with the sporting just a moment. what makes this moment this era we're living for so unique this is really an attack on exclude itself is a lot of misunderstanding a distortion isn't what free speech is supposed to be about the context it's hugely important level what to publish if you have a juicy to be offensive will provoke the thought of it as people do setting the stage for a serious debate up front at this time on al-jazeera. and
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monday put it was on the. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to form a dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the you're.
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welcome back time to catch up on sports now his job. thanks very much and we start with football where manchester united have strengthened their hold on second place in the english premier league after beating face rivals liverpool two one on saturday making his first league start for united since december markus trashed it scored twice in just ten minutes to put the hosts in control liverpool got on the scoresheet in the second half courtesy of an own goal from eric by e. but united held on for the win they're now five points clear of liverpool in the table three points is very important. push for performance i wouldn't go so far. so perfect in relation to. what the game it was and in the first of the game it was the opportunity to be. aggressive and direct and fast and intense and to score goals
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but there were ugly scenes at london stadium as west ham fans invaded the pitch cheering their three nil home defeat to burnley many were protesting against the board and the joint chairman who had to be escorted from their seats before the end of the game the loss was west ham's third straight league defeat their fifteenth in the table just three points above the relegation zone well that result leaves burnley just two points behind sixth place arsenal who play on sunday their wins to forever to newcastle leicester and chelsea antonia country side surviving a late scared to be crystal palace two one barcelona very extended their lead in the spanish league to eleven points they beat malaga to mail on saturday the catalans were without leo messi who took time off after the birth of his third child but even with their star player missing balsawood dominant goals from louis suarez and felipe continue sealed the win second place atletico madrid will be looking to close that merrick up again when they play celta vigo on sunday. two
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goals from christiana rinaldo helped real madrid to a two one win over a bar that saw them just hold on to third place in the table they're still fifteen points adrift of boss so those. are only a point behind rail after the beats of the two mail now ireland have one rugby six nations title with a week to spare is off so they secured a bonus point for scoring four tries in a win over scotland on saturday while title rivals england lost twenty two to sixteen in france two tries from jacob stockdale and one each from qana murray and sean cronin helped ireland to a twenty eight eight victory in dublin they now face england in their final fixture in a week's time bidding to become just the third irish side to complete a grand slam by winning every game in the tournament.
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the us. the paralympics so well and truly underway with twelve gold medals handed out on the first day of competition slovakia's henrietta fuck us over was the first gold medalist she won the women's downhill for visually impaired athletes beating defending world champion millie knight of great britain who took silver. meanwhile was a super day for the united states he supports their gold medal haul from the such a games four years ago on just the first day they clinched gold in men's downhill skiing and the women's and men's biathlon staying on the slopes michela shifrin has won her fifth slalom title in six seasons shifrin secured the crystal globe with victory in the world cup race of the season in germany on saturday she's the first skier to win forty two world cup races before the age of twenty three the american
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also clinched the overall title on friday for the second straight season. for djokovic she's looking to put a troubled twelve month behind him at indian wells an elbow injury during rouble than last year kept the twelve time grand slam champion out of action until january australian open after which he had to have more surgery will he'll take to the court again on sunday against japan's terror done you know obviously expectations wise it's different i know it's not like coming in last year or two years to go this year is really different not just because a ranking is but because the fact that i haven't played matches at all i mean in the last nine months and so for me you know the goals are bit different. nevertheless when i step on the court it's all game and. and i game on and of course i want to i want to try to get the best out of myself and get
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a w. now pro wrestling is going global it's looking for talent in untapped markets including the middle east monaghan went to the regions first f a pro wrestling school in cattle to hay from aspiring correctness. welcome to the school of hard knocks. clotheslines are on the curriculum all with technical hold on the map. but trainees at the counter pro wrestling academy aren't just picking up the moves they're also learning to take them safely both grapplers work together to put on a show that makes the sport dramatic storytelling. isn't to win but to entertain the crowd and that means you have to rely on your opponent keep you safe from injury just a regular sense so like you know first ladies we are friends and we move into do
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a little if i don't trust you i won't be able to. pull that you see. the school is the first of its kind in the middle east in the past aspiring wrestlers would have to go to the u.s. or the u.k. but now they have an opportunity that's closer to home i just don't. see that on t.v. i want to be in many. many shows. with you to do. the students say they're committed and those who aren't serious don't last long boys came here because you just believed it was a misfit if you think it's fake well the first thing that we got to teach and hope to get talked to risk so with we give them this is listen this ticking bomb of the week that you don't want professional wrestling already has deep roots in the u.s. u.k. japan and mexico but it's right here in the middle east comes a time when the industry is truly going global with my. computer world wrestling
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entertainment setting its sights on the region w w e airs in more than one hundred eighty countries in twenty different languages the company rakes in over eight hundred million dollars a year in the middle east its latest target for expansion american wrestling shows usually portray arab wrestlers as bad guys but going global could be challenging old stereotypes into thinking change now. for the mid east because there will be start to the visiting meet at least not like before so if you go in to for example to soldier if you talk to bring the bill to be there you should have to get out because this man has a mate who p.w. regularly flies in foreign stars for shows and catherine some of the academy students might soon be ready for a spot on the card but for now bill battle it out in the gym getting ready for their chance to perform in front of the big crowds. bins meaghan al-jazeera doha. and that is only
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a school for now more later. joe thank you very much for that that's it for this news hour on al-jazeera i remember plenty more news on our website at al-jazeera dot com from the fully back to the whole team here in doha thank you for watching elizabeth purana maze with you next do stay with us on al-jazeera. natural capital the capital which makes a creative. when nature is transformed into a commodity big business takes a new interest buying landscape protecting landscapes it's a phenomenal opportunity to be able to use a business model to achieve sustainability of nature but at what risk banks of course don't do that because they have at the heart protection of nature they do that because to see a business of pricing the planet has this time on al-jazeera. the nature news as it breaks it's estimated ten million children of school age are still
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roaming the streets of baghdad with details coverage children what amala face and number of serious problems from chronic child malnutrition to extreme poverty from around the world should one is last us lawsuit in two thousand and thirteen by the needs fed more than twenty billion dollars in legal fees. bigger and potentially more dangerous that's the best way to describe what's happening with the smoking alternative known as favorite i enjoy the taste of it and the harmful effects of what smoking does between two thousand and thirteen and two thousand and fourteen a lone star tripling in use among us high school students and head to head comparison ysaye versus conventional secret which one do you think has helped my opinion i think they're both dangerous take no at this time and else is their.
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