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as would go with them and exclusive documentary syria the last assignments at this time on al-jazeera white supremacy is on the rise in the us and its adversaries to beaching them from. faultlines investigates the anti fascists using force against intolerance. this is and to fact on al-jazeera. non-violence does attempt to appeal to the moral conscience of them now the jury's still out. if the nation has won. hospitals are overwhelmed with casualties from friday's attack by israeli troops on gaza with sixteen people killed and at least fifteen hundred injured.
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walking al-jazeera life from the headquarters and i'm dating obligates also heads in a move that has the markings of a trade war china retaliates to us tariffs by slapping duties on a host off american products plus. you know you all she don't mind them all through p.v. by a cheap today we employ the fruits of peace upon the entire world beginning with the beloved long suffering lead to syria pope francis using his easter message to call for peace in the middle east also. south korean pop star as a performer in the north for the first time in a decade but it's kim jong un who steals the show.
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hello hospitals in gaza are struggling to cope with the influx of palestinians injured by israeli troops fire at the border doctors say they're running out of medicine and supplies to treat patients many of whom were hit by live ammunition. the how many times more. she headed to the protests with her best friend wanting to vent her frustration of growing up under siege and armed with that reckless courage of a teenager marry him defiantly walk towards the fence aware the israeli army was warning against it by a lot and i wanted to show the world that we are still here we are not dead i didn't expect such a reaction from them i kept on walking towards the fence carrying a flag the boys followed us the soldiers could see me the snipers were pointing their weapons i had a backpack i took it off so they didn't think i was carrying something suspicious i
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threw some stones hid and then started walking again i turned to look for my friend and i felt an excruciating pain in my leg two beds furder said brain is recovering from a bullet in her arm another and a foot and shrapnel in the stomach at only nineteen who lack of hope is painful to hear what. before going out i told my mother i wasn't planning to come back home i told her i wanted to become a martyr i even said my last prayer when i was standing next to two young boys one of them got shot i got angry they weren't doing anything we were just chatting together. the boy was carried away and cibrian walked up a little closer to the border fence this by did tear gas being fired in her direction and then. like mariam she fell to the ground. it was the bloodiest day in gaza since the war in two thousand and fourteen with israel firing live ammunition at crowds of stone throwers hundreds were admitted to hospital
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doctors say most for gunshot wounds the hospital is overwhelmed by the amount of injured that arrived here in one day but doctors also say they don't have enough equipment or medicine to give the wounded the proper treatment. most of the injuries are in the lower part of the body but doctors were shocked at the extent and many patients had large gaping exit wounds doctors say they hadn't seen this before because of the type of exclusive bullets which in. the one one. around fifteen centimeters. ok so here comes. the tissue of the nerves and. anything and. the great march of return is
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a planned six weeks demonstration cooling for refugees and their descendants to go back to their family homes in what is now israel large present spectate to return to the border on friday to commemorate did dead and honor to wounded everyone aware that it could unravel in the same way that many in gaza say they have nothing to lose what happened to me gaza despite facing widespread international condemnation israel denies using excessive force against palestinian protesters stephanie decker reports from western. little boils down to security this is the argument that israel always uses when it is accused of using excessive force it's not the first time it has been accused of that it's army certainly and we had the defense minister avigdor lieberman said that the soldiers basically did exactly what they had to do and that in his opinion they all deserved to magill now the opinion here of these radio leadership and the army is that groups that they deem
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terrorist organizations like hamas and other islamic factions inside gaza are using these protests or hijacking them so to speak to sort of you know breach the border the you know the fence the barrier fence whatever you want to call it and even israel goes as far as to say planting explosive devices but the reality is you've got tens of thousands of people who are now protesting peacefully at this barrier if we're going to see these protests continue it is a different challenge israel is facing this hasn't happened in gaza before to this scale they're going to have to be very careful as to how they go forward also because the international community has already condemned israel saying it is used excessive force and there should be an independent investigation which of course the defense minister is very clearly said there would be one use of it is the executive director of the u.s. campaign for palestinian rights he says there is no justification for the use of lethal force
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a professor has posed no threat to israeli soldiers. what we know is that well ahead of the events israeli soldiers in fact the one hundred snipers as the israeli media has reported more sent down outside of gaza and given orders to fire upon anyone who even came close to. the demarcation so the israeli sources will who were actually given marching orders to use lethal force against people who did not pose a threat and i think what we have seen. in the days and hours since this march began is plenty of video evidence that shows many on armed individuals being shot by snipers from hundreds of meters away including many individuals who were killed and hundreds of people who are hit by live fire were injured
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as well but i think also importantly is that what we saw on the ground the other day in the gaza strip was a massive mobilization of people very well organized and organized under a single flag a palestinian flag and i think this represents for palestinians a way forward that this might just be the beginning and i think that's a prospect that scares the israelis very much and one of the reasons why they attempted to wash it with such overwhelming lethal force from the outset because they simply do not know how to respond to massive nonviolent ocular mobilization and you know the palestinian organizers who are behind this event if this is the beginning of things to come it could provide a great deal of leverage for them moving forward really hitting
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a achilles heel for an israeli state that is very much. well china has slapped tariffs of up to twenty five percent on more than one hundred twenty u.s. products including pork and wine it affects around three billion dollars worth of imports the move comes after the u.s. raise duties on foreign steel and many i'm imports last month beijing says it's safeguarding china's interests and balancing losses caused by the u.s. tariffs adrian brown has more from beijing. well last month president trump announced he was imposing tyrus of between fifteen and twenty five percent on imports of chinese steel and alum indian now china has responded in a detailed way it says that one hundred twenty eight items have been identified for new taxes ranging from fifteen to twenty five percent they include pork nuts fruit and wine and those new taxes will be imposed from monday says china what we haven't
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had yet is a response from china to the second round of sanctions of president from pronounced against china also last month on some fifty billion dollars worth of chinese imports it's understood that the united states will decide what areas to hit sometime in the next five to six weeks at the moment it says it's having a public consultation period before deciding exactly what areas to hit but it's thought that the technology industry will be one area they will target particularly technologies that are part of china's made in twenty five plan this is china's plan to elevate and promote its high tech industries and this is what the united states could be aiming for so it's not so much a strategy at aiming for trying to reduce the trade deficit between china and the united states it's really aimed at chinese trade policy and abandoned chinese space
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laboratory has crashed back to earth china's space agency says the tiangong one mostly burned up on re-entry over the south pacific ocean and lost control of the vessel two years ago the lab was long since september two thousand and eleven to carry out docking and orbit experiments it was supposed to be decommissioned in two thousand and thirteen but its mission was repeatedly extended. donald trump says there will be no deal to protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the u.s. as children the president's made the announcement about the so-called dreamers on twitter he also threatened to pull out of a free trade agreement with mexico that's if it doesn't do more to stop people from crossing the border diane easterbrook reports from washington d.c. president donald trump began easter sunday with a holiday greeting on social media that later degenerated into a twitter rant over his proposed border wall with mexico and threats to dream or
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immigrants saying these big flows of people are all trying to take advantage of daca they want in on the act when asked about the tweets as he headed to church the president had this to say next ago got the open at the border. a lot of people are coming in because they want to thank you dr. we're going to really see a great democrat. and a great great. deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca has been a bone of contention for president trump his threats to end it have spawned protests across the u.s. doco was created under president barack obama and shields undocumented immigrants who came to the u.s. as children before two thousand and seven last fall president trump gave congress six months to fix dhaka but it failed to do so after negotiations with the white house broke down over immigration policy the administration tried to get the u.s.
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supreme court to intervene but it refused last month that was forced to renew some docket permits under court order president trump has vacillated on dhaka in meetings with congressional leaders earlier this year he seemed open to a permanent fix. but in recent weeks his attitude seems to have changed yet again prompted by security issues at the border with mexico and a proposed border wall with america's neighbor to the south that still remains largely unfunded diagnosed a broke al jazeera washington well there was a swift response to trump's comments from mexico from the man who is the favorite to win the presidential election in july and there's so many well lopez obrador says he'll demand respect for his country. you know. we're not going to rule out the possibility of convincing donald trump that his foreign policy is wrong and in particular his contemptuous attitude towards the mexicans. we're going to be very respectful towards the government of the united
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states but we're also going to demand respect to mexican and neither mexico nor its people will be a pin yacht's of any foreign government costa rica's former labor minister carlos alvarado will be the country's next president the electoral commission says he comfortably won a runoff with more than sixty percent of the vote alvarado is from the center left ruling party he defeated an evangelical preacher who oppose same sex marriage. still ahead on al-jazeera botswana's new president pledges to wean the country off its dependence on diamonds as he takes office and scientists discover two of the world's oldest cancer cases in egyptian mummies details coming up. from dusk the sunset so it's proving something. to summarize
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the talk in a nation metropolis and we've still got a lot of cloud over the middle east at the moment the satellite picture is picking up that cloud over saudi arabia and that stretches all the way up into catholics down it's not really giving us a great deal of wet weather but ahead of it we think that pretty strong winds that wind is picking up a lot of dust so we're seeing quite a bit of dusty conditions across many parts of the middle east at the moment where we're seeing that cloud though that's going to thicken up i think as we head through monday and to choose day so particularly for some of us in afghanistan and up through into the stand we are going to see a fair amount of cloud a few outbreaks of rain and even some snow over the mountains as well another system is in the northwest of our map that's gradually edging its way eastwards you see that's bringing a fair amount of rain as well as we head through choose day and into wednesday a bit further towards the south and that cloud that's over saudi arabia could be sick enough to give us a few showers including for us in riyadh and that cloud doesn't really move
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anywhere in a great hurry as we head through chews day so still sticking where it is for doha there things are changing the wind is easing and that means the dust will be dropping out of the atmosphere as well it will cloud will just be around the south coast of oman and that at times it could be thick enough just to give us a little bit of drizzle down tools in southern parts of africa for some of us in libya has quite a bit of rain around the coast and that's drifting south. the with the sponsored by cats on everybody's. winning the win if the people hinges on the mass media and state p.r. machine it's going to overdrive. but just. influencing. we just don't know yet where the lines we've been drawn between come to send and what conduct that. some journalists decided to sacrifice their integrity for access polling the media opinion the listening post base time on al-jazeera.
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although again the top stories on al-jazeera hospitals and gaza are struggling to cope begin flocks of palestinians injured by israeli troops fire at the border many of the patients have been hit by live ammunition and doctors say they're running out of medicine china has slapped tariffs of up to twenty five percent on more than one hundred twenty u.s. products including pork and wine the move comes after the u.s. raised duties on foreign steel and alum minium imports last month donald trump says there will be no deal to save the deferred action for childhood arrivals or dakar it protects hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the
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u.s. as children he's also threatened to pull out a free trip free trade agreements with mexico if the country doesn't do more to stop people from crossing the border. back to one of our top stories and christians and muslims have joined together in the occupied west bank for a march in the memory of the people killed in the israeli attack on gaza hama. john john reports. for those who came out it was a display of prayer and protest this peaceful interfaith march in the ramallah a striking reminder of how a day usually reserved for festivities had instead been consumed by morning at the start of the gathering father's amount of public told us why a memorial at this time was so important today is beyond sunday and usually at noon we have a procession in the streets of ramallah to celebrate about sunday but we decided to cancel the procession to replace it with this you know march in protest of the
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massacre of that happened in gaza two days ago palestinian officials who had also assembled were grateful assad our brother and the christians insisted that the activities of this day be limited and to light candles to remember the monitors because we are all a united people whether in gaza old was bang christian or muslim those bullets that are coming out want to kill everything that is palestinian and there is no distinguishing between a muslim and a christian our blood is one of the somber mood highlighted in the faces of children and adults was palpable everybody we spoke with here today said that what was most important to them was to come out and to show their solidarity and to commemorate those who were killed in gaza. among the faithful there was also denunciation. and i mean should out today we condemned threw a holiday at palm sunday what happened and demand international protection for the
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palestinian people and to stop messages against palestinians this. demands that for those who congregated here seem very unlikely to be met anytime soon. i'm alone in the occupied west bank syrian rebel group in the last opposition stronghold and says it has not yet reached a deal with the assad government zation islam denies reports by the government the lebanese group hezbollah that it's agree it's a vacuum a duma and says negotiations are still going on more than one hundred thousand civilians are said to be trapped in the town here's what the leader of zation islam had to say oh. we made a decision we will be here if we get it through negotiations it's good but if we do not get it what should we do we are now negotiating with the regime and trying as much as possible to protect our people from danger. will suffer at least fighters from the rebel groups have left these pictures from syrian state television are
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said to show the fighters and their families on government buses heading for province pope francis has used his easter message to call for peace around the world about eighty thousand people were in the vatican st peter's square to hear the address in a reference to the violence on gaza he urged reconciliation in the holy land and called for an end to the war in syria. you know you. today the fruits of peace upon the. beginning and the beloved and long suffering led to syria these people are worn down by an apparently endless fuel. by the life of the risen christ illuminates the consciences of all political and military leaders so that a swift and maybe boot. humanitarian law may be respected and provisions be made to be. needed by brothers and sisters while also allowing the return of the displaced
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a world food program official says all relief supplies stored at a yemeni port facility have been destroyed in a fire the blaze broke out early saturday in the whole of the held city of her day the fires a further setback in what the u.n. calls the world's worst humanitarian crisis a kuwaiti court has sentenced two people to death for the murder of a filipino made the body of felis was found in a freezer in their abandoned apartment in february more than a year after the murder a lebanese man and his syrian wife were arrested in damascus and convicted in absentia last month president rodriguez the terrace they ordered all philippine workers to return home from kuwait and banned citizens from working their butts one has inaugurated c c c as its new president the former vice president takes
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over from common who stepped down after his term limits was reached elections will be held next year catherine sawyer reports from harbor ronnie. president. inspects the troops of to being sworn in as bullets won his fifth head of state he takes over from former president comma in another peaceful transfer of power in one of africa's strongest democracies his inauguration a proud moment for many who braved the heavy morning rains to witness the ceremony and in his facet dress to the nation she said tackling joblessness would be the fast priority at the moment youth unemployment stands at around twenty eight percent well jennifer is a mere dog of challenges such as unemployment poverty crime hiv and aids alcohol and drug abuse amongst others. therefore one of my top priorities as a president of this country will be george just the problem of unemployment
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especially among the young people who constitute the majority of our population don't know dressy kalau was one of those listening to that speech has been jobless for three years and hopes the president will leave up to his word negative my expectation is that he will improve government efficiency in order to create job opportunities for the youth i hope we will improve social services to deal with implement some opposition members off parliament's keep the event partly because of a corruption scandal that involves the national petroleum find something that is rare in botswana those who did attend say they need to keep the president and his government on asked we feel that we are going to continue playing our overside will continue to seek more clarity from the president in terms of the way forward in terms of the how part of it how he intends to create employment because this country has been experiencing what has been termed a jobless growth has eighteen months to assad has
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a far within the ruling democratic party before national elections in october next year many people here are the new president. very far away from home and that he had promised. he was very. common eradication. broad areas that people expect that president is going to very much keep in line with that but they also. might yes he's going to resign as well in the last ten years his predecessor has overseen policies that have helped reduce poverty he says he wants to go father his best asked will be this week when he names his vice president and cabinet catherine soy al jazeera. that's one. well thousands of protesters in russia are demanding the closer off a landfill site that's leaking talks agassiz authours has declared
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a high alert on friday in the town of scots about one hundred twenty kilometers west of moscow after dozens of children were treated by doctors for dizziness. but officials say there is no need to evacuate the area and that air pollution is within permitted limits demonstrators say off need to take immediate action first i believe would it should be deliberately we have full labs in the city the labs always show that everything's amazing that everything's within limits but we suffocate and these gases is slowly killing us everything's been silenced we can't get through to any scientists found the world's oldest known cases of two types of cancer in the remains of egyptian mummies. used c.t. scans to analyze the bones of two mummies which were discovered in a crop alist in the city of aswan their research showed that the female mummy died of breast cancer and around two thousand b.c.
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the earliest known case of a type of bone marrow cancer was identified in the mail. it's an important finding because it shows cancer already existed long before we thought and of course cancer is part of the human genome and has been part of humanity since its inception another important thing is the appearance of these cancers and how advanced the disease was it shows there was a society behind the two people who died to develop society which took care of them until they died well south korea and the united states begin their annual joint military drills with were delayed by the winter olympics kathy novak has the details. these annual joint military drills usually take place earlier in the year but they were delayed so as not to coincide with the winter olympics and paralympics that were taking place here in south korea north korea usually react angrily to drills like this calling them a rehearsal for an invasion even though the u.s.
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and south korea say they are defensive in nature but of course lately there has been a more peaceful atmosphere here on the korean peninsula and in light of that it seems that these drills are likely to be more low key the scale will be the same as in previous years but instead of running for two months they are expected to run for one month of course that is the time when when there is a lead up to a summit meeting between the leaders of north and south korea and plans for a possible meeting between the leader of north korea kim jong un and the u.s. president donald trump so another sign of a more cooperative atmosphere between the two koreas and indeed between the u.s. and north korea with shorter drills planned and we're not likely to see what's known as strategic assets including nuclear powered aircraft carriers this time around well south korean pop stars have put on a rare performance for north korea's leader kim jong il and it's the first musical
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delegation to visit in more than a decade peter sharp has more. this was a cultural show with senses that would be set to music after months of escalating military tensions the north korean leader kim jong il seemed determined to enjoy himself as he arrived for the first concert in pyongyang but team of south korean entertainers. the north korean audience to belittle like musical entertainment were loving it. the singers and dances weren't patrol cars tonight. i. may be an acquired taste in parts of the world. but enthusiasm for this martial arts display. unites north and south.
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and they're beginning our first performances in pyongyang today and i find it very meaningful the south and north. but the process is a different i am proud and happy that we got to display to the north korean people . or the. north korean officials passing on this thanks to the visitors from the south a little evening distraction before the serious stuff a meeting by the two leaders later this month and face to face with president trump for may. it was the sight of a limping athletes from north and south korea marching under a unified flag at the opening of the games marked a significant saw in relations and that momentum appears to be continuing but all that didn't stop the u.s. and south korea kicking off a so-called low key joint military drill on sunday in last a month that featured the deployment of few a strategic weapons p to shop al-jazeera.
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lines on al-jazeera hospitals in gaza are struggling to cope with the influx of palestinians injured by israeli troops fire at the border many of the patients have been hit by live ammunition doctors say they're running out of medicine china tariffs of up to twenty five percent more than one hundred twenty u.s. products including pork and wine it affects around three billion dollars worth of imports the move comes after the u.s. raised. many of imports last month adrian brown has more. one hundred twenty eight items in all including polk wine nuts and fruit and those tariffs will be imposed from today so from today it's going to be more expensive for chinese consumers to buy poor kind of course pork is
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a very important part of the diet here in china china has to import pork from the united states and indeed other countries because domestic producers can't produce enough to satisfy demand here in china well an abandoned laboratory a chinese space laboratory that is has crashed back to earth china's space agency says the tiangong one mostly burned up on re-entry over the south pacific and lost control of the vessel in two thousand and sixteen u.s. president donald trump says there will be no deal to protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who arrived in the u.s. as children the president made the announcement about the so-called dreamers on twitter he's also threatened to pull out of a free trade agreement with mexico if it doesn't do more to stop people from crossing the border coaster rica's former labor minister carlos alvarado will be the country's next president the electoral commission says he comfortably won a runoff with more than sixty percent of the votes of geraldo is from the center
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left ruling party pope francis has used his easter message to call for peace around the world including syria and gaza about eighty thousand people gathered at the vatican st peter's square here up to date so the headline listening post is coming up next they sing realities of growing up when did you realize that you were living in a special place the so-called secret city getting to the heart of the matter why is activist in jail just because she expressed herself hear their story on to al-jazeera at this time. they don't want to hear things. i'm. not.
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