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zero. hubble there i'm julie mcdonald this is the news hour live from london coming up as russia is accused of stopping un inspectors accessing the site them alleged gas attack in duma we hear from syrians who were there when the. president drums personal lawyers forced to reveal in court that another of his clients is fox news host sean hannity. fears of yemen's health crisis getting the war says more patients become resistant to antibiotics. and jordan still has its motorists towards electric cars as it seeks to drive down its use of fossil fuels. i'm far as i have all the day's sport including american deseret lind in hand so you keep our machine or claimed victory as an arena fact to boston marathon.
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if their warm welcome to the news hour russia says chemical weapons investigators will end to the syrian city of dumas on wednesday this after it was accused of denying them access the kremlin's also rejected u.s. accusations that its tampered with the site of the suspected gas attack on april the seventh well earlier representatives of the global watchdog the or p c w held an emergency meeting in the hague about the lack of access moscow says the team can't and to do my just yet because of saturday's airstrikes by the u.s. u.k. and france and fighting on the ground. well despite that the syrian government has allowed journalists to enter duma as part of an organized media tour they were given access to a field hospital for medical staff told before says that no patients suffered from
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toxic gas in terms of the residents recalled a strong chlorine smell but blamed the attack on rebel fighters too did not include the building where syrian activists rescue workers and medics say more than forty people were killed when this is from duma have told where they felt they effects of a poisonous substance in the attack earlier this month many have now arrived displacement camps in northern syria but with some a binge of a voice from gaziantep on the turkey syria border this is what paul looks like today for his family on april the seventh they were in duma when it was alleged syrian forces launched a chemical attack. i will mahmoud this close to where it happened. there was another missile which landed and then there was a very strange smell the first thing was smoke call it yellow smoke it had a rotten smell it was like a new thing was being tested on us. although they've been displaced the children are finally able to play in the sun without the fear of bombs or near strikes more
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than sixty thousand people have been forced to leave their homes in duma but tens of thousands more opted to stay duma is part of eastern which was besieged for nearly five years and bombed into submission over the last two months. the intensity of the last attack made gestural islam's tried to surrender the next day in a statement the rebel group says it decided to withdraw to save lives pressure in syria continue to deny this chemical weapons were used and see the pictures of the bodies and people gasping for breath is propaganda produced with the help of western intelligence agencies the u.s. u.k. and france didn't believe russia or syria and carried out airstrikes on syrian military facilities recuperation. some people like primary teacher ahmed illegally entered turkey to reach safety he doesn't want to disclose his real name or show his face because his family is in damascus and he's afraid they will be harmed if his identity is revealed on how bad that they've gotten us off. that when we came to it if there was a war like situation there and if there's
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a bombardment we left which are to stay alive we don't want to face war again we want to have a normal eighth thank god again to turkey it was very difficult to cross but it wasn't impossible. medical sources told us as they were the dogs were family areas under the control of the assad government would be afraid to say anything about the alleged chemical attack there have been allegations and denials about tampering with the evidence in duma some members of the international chemical watchdogs say they have not been granted access to the site where the alleged chemical attack took place russia maintains that attribute the u.n. with grants access but a week after the. incident with a team which does not have the mandate that. many don't have much hope in what will they find. the u.k.'s prime minister has been defending her decision to join the us and france in launching airstrikes against syria to resume a told parliament it was about stopping use of chemical weapons becoming normalized
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but the opposition says may should have got parliament's approval for those strikes john howard holds for having faced a barrage of criticism over the weekend to use him a made her case to parliament that bombing syria had been both morally and legally justifiable it was not she said about intervening in the civil war nor about regime change but about humanitarian necessity saving syria's civilians from future chemical weapons attack as a legal basis for military intervention we cannot allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized either within syria on the streets of the u.k. or elsewhere so we have not done this because president trump asked us to do so we have done it because we believed it was the right thing to do and we are not very many m.p.'s including in her own party are furious that parliament was not consulted first as is the convention in britain since the iraq war in two thousand
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and three the leader of the opposition led the charge mr speaker this statement serves as a reminder the prime minister is accountable to this parliament not to the whims of the us president i know it is no more serious issue than the life and death matters of military action it is right that parliament has the power to support or stop the government from taking land military action i to resume a sword to justify her sidelining of parliament last week by citing the need to act quickly to prevent further attack and saying that high level intelligence could not have been shared with them peas in advance the rather damning opposition claim instead is that she rushed to support donald trump and feared that if she'd put it to a vote she'd have lost. the prime minister's performance will not satisfy far from it and certainly not protesters outside we've been on the basis of.
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chemical weapons attack weeks without a fight in parliament which i call my heart unlike the bombing and i don't see any reason for bombing and killing there is no democracy like we have the vote for we won and she's a maze not you know universities to put in the u.k. government insists there are no plans for further attacks in syria that presumably will change if there's another chemical weapon attack jonah hill al jazeera london the u.s. and the u.k. have issued a rare joint alert accusing russia of being behind a global cyber attack that's infected computer which is around the world they say moscow is back in hackers who are targeting businesses and government agencies sources in washington london say the attacks are aimed at disrupting critical parts of internet infrastructure have also warned of the cyber assault aims to support espionage extract intellectual property and potentially lay a foundation for future offensive operations well let's talk more about this with
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jody wispy who's the chief executive of global cyber risk and she joins me live via skype from toronto to the very warm welcome to the program good to have your company just how significant is it that we've seen this joy public declaration between the u.s. in the u k. it's not very common but occasionally our governments whether it's u.s. and u.k. or us and some other country or just us alone will come out with an announcement that will be an alert that will be supported by government evidence or will they stay is a binding so it is not unprecedented but it is not very common either is this is usually only done. in my view when they do have substantial evidence it's not something that's done and take in light heartedly and of course still the timing being what it is right now could this be linked to the current anti russian strikes in syria when we talk about the likelihood of them having evidence and what kinds
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of things are we talking about. well i think i think it could only be linked in the sense. that if russia wanted to do a counter attack and sort of course any possible machines is open to them including cyber attacks and they may know what this technical advisory out there is joining advisory because they wanted our internet service providers our critical infrastructure providers our private sector companies government entities to be on the alert this particular alert takes into consideration out of support equipment and old legacy systems that use this old equipment and therefore the advisory urges people to to take note of patches that need to be made to harden their infrastructure so that it's possible that this could have been put out to probe potentially to get everybody a little bit more up to speed and
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a little bit more protected just in case russia would decide to take some retaliation by cyber means. when we talk about protection my think the words used in this statement were that they the u.s. and u.k. say that they are pushing back hard but in reality how can organizations companies public institutions protect themselves. well they can protect themselves first of all by getting out in support of men out of their systems getting rid of old legacy applications that require this use now this is a huge problem this isn't just like oh we haven't patched are our current systems most of that is generally being done the biggest problem we see when we do cyber risk assessments in companies large and small but we do very large companies we see legacy applications those old applications that have been burning around the business for ten twenty years that are being used and they require certain
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operating platforms and hardware that are out of support and are not service doing more and this is a huge vulnerability and it's an easy one now to target you don't have to actually you know get into us and have someone click on a phishing e-mail you just exploit this out in support of whitman and so this is a very very large gaping hole and it is a big problem because like i said we see it almost everywhere we go to the west and they're joining me on skype joe the thanks very much for your company. you know russia for them blocking access to the messaging app telegram asked of the company refused to comply with an order to give security service access to messages russia's f.s.b. intelligence agency says it should be allowed to say those encrypted messages to god the country against terror attacks but telegram said that would violate users' privacy leveling also means the kremlin itself which uses the app to communicate
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with journalists will have to switch to a different messaging service. donald trump has fired back at james cooley accusing him of committing many crying after the former f.b.i. director accused him of being morally unfit to be u.s. president in an interview with an american network to promote his new memoir called me also said there may be some evidence that trump obstructed justice from washington d.c. elizondo reports. in a remarkable rebuke former f.b.i. director james comey is saying u.s. president donald trump is not fit to be commander in chief he is donald trump unfit to be president. yes but not in the way i often hear people talk about it i don't buy the stuff about him being mentally incompetent to early stages of dementia strikes me as a person of above average intelligence who's tracking conversations and those what's going on i don't think he's medically unfit to be president i think is
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morally unfit to be president of the exclusive interview with a.b.c. news george stephanopoulos was part of the rollout of coleman's new book titled a higher loyalty truth lies and leadership in the interview komi says trump lies as obstructed justice and like it's him to an insecure mob boss and he also says russia might have compromising information on the president do you think the russians have something on donald trump i think it's possible i don't know i mean these are more words i never thought i'd utter about a president but it's possible and he accused the president of wrongdoing of a possible crime yeah well obstruction of justice hours before the komi interview aired the president unloaded on twitter calling komi a slimeball slippery and not smart in one tweet trump insists komi committed numerous crimes themselves and needs to go to jail tweeting in part how come he gave up classified information jail why did he lie to congress jail in another message trump tweets komi will go down as the worst f.b.i.
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director in history by far trump adding with an exclamation mark for good measure you know more for him is that me in a coma he was fired by trump in may saying it was for his handling of the hillary clinton e-mail investigation but trump later said in an interview it was because of the russian vest a geisha and the firing prompted a series of events that led to the justice department to appoint robert mueller as special counsel oversee. in the russian vest a geisha that has expanded to look into whether trump obstructed justice by firing komi home he says trump privately asked him for a loyalty pledge trump denies this this isn't the first book to rattle the white house in january by year in theory sold more than a million copies in four days written by journalist michael wolff the book revealed salacious details that painted a picture of a white house in chaos khomeini's book oh ever poses even more of
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a threat to the white house given it was written by the former director of the highest law enforcement agency in america and based partly off notes that he took after private meetings with the president the book is scheduled to be released on tuesday and certain to set off a firestorm in washington and beyond and particularly with an administration that seems to go from one crisis to another gabriels ondo. washington president trump's personal lawyer has been forced to reveal that another of his clients is the fox news anchor sean hannity michael cohen had hoped to keep it secret but the disclosure was ordered at a court hearing in new york how is he says he's never paid for cohen services or been represented by him but he did seek confidential legal advice from him i don't found star stormy daniels was among those in court to watch the case unfold cohen who allegedly paid her to keep quiet about an affair with donald trump was trying
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to stop prosecutors examining documents that the f.b.i. seized in raids on his office last week after the hearing adjourned she gave the same. for years mr cohen has acted like he is above the law he is considered himself an openly referred to himself as mr trump fixer he is played by a different set of rules or should we say no rules at all he has never thought that the little man or especially women and even more women like me. matter that ends now my attorney and i are committed to making sure that everyone finds out the truth and the facts of what happened and i give my word that we will not rest until that happens thank you very much the new york times and washington post of won a pulitzer prize for their reporting on alleged links between russia and donald trump's presidential campaign in new york times also won the pulitzer for public service along with the new yorker covering the sexual harassment scandal
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surrounding hot surrounding harvey weinstein revelations about the hollywood moguls misconduct caused a global sensation last october and spurred all the women to report abuse easy to worldwide campaign known as the me too movement pulitzers are the most prestigious almost in american journalism have been awarded since one thousand nine hundred seventy. coming up on al-jazeera this news hour. israel's blockade of gaza and political infighting are depriving many palestinians of fresh clean water and online anger problems china's version of twitter to reverse its ban on the old gate content. in school novak djokovic aims to bring his losing runs when and in monte carlo far far out will be here with that story. aid agencies in yemen have expressed growing concern of they were ability second change in the spread of infection as people become more resistant to antibiotics
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yemen's already fragile health system has been destroyed by years of war but the saudi led bombing campaign resulting in thousands of casualties previously manageable diseases have now reached epidemic levels that year one million cases of cholera were reported as the worst outbreak in modern history that he really usually a treatable infection has killed at least forty eight people across the country doctors are concerned about the over use of antibiotics. in the region and coupled with the i was of injuries poor hygiene the lack of access to clean water to fear disease and antibiotic resistance may spread beyond well and an area as the medical corps donated for doctors without borders in yemen she says it's an issue that submerging in war torn countries across the middle east but we are seeing begin our hospital in yemen is that around sixty to seventy percent of the patients sampled are either infected or colonized by britain resistant organisms these are the same
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organisms one would find in major western hospitals but what's surprising is the prevalence and the widespread situation we are seeing here in yemen we do believe that the reason it has her mouth now is because there are agencies are focusing of course on emergency response so there are few if you bought it aaron actors that are working in this type of issue so you have a system that is unable to offer proper secondary and primary care so this patients they have different types of needs they often have prolonged save so in our hospital instead of staying five days which used to be the average they stay up to six weeks for weeks sometimes even more than that to complete their antibiotic treatment also they require high resource laboratories for these expressions to be detected and trained of oratory stuff which is another bailable in the country and
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more importantly these antibiotics are quite expensive and the absolute majority of hospitals cannot provide them we have reasons to believe that this is a widespread issue throughout the middle east but specially in areas of prolonged conflict so our hospitals in jordan lebanon syria and iraq have similar reports. clean drinking water is a luxury in gaza underground reservoirs a poisoned and waste treatment plants can't work at full capacity because of electricity and fuel shortages that means sewage is pumped straight into the mediterranean sea israel's ten year blockade on gaza has been blamed for the crisis and palestinian political infighting is making that situation worse and the latest in our series child stratford reports from gaza. no had a little delivers filtered water to thousands of families in gaza with around fifty percent unemployment here he is lucky to have a job the water from gaza's taps is on safe to drink because it contains dangerous
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levels of chlorine sulphate. but now he says israel's ten year long land sea and air blockade has made people so poor many can't even afford to pay for his company's better quality water while there are no covers you all know what our business is up to sixty percent people can't find jobs and many of them tell us they can't afford water they say one day when they get money they will pay me back . the lack of money has forced gaza's municipality to halt the services it offers many people use water supplies at mosques where the filtering is more efficient. mohamad alawi and his family live in a shelter refugee camp he says was the only comes on for two hours every three days to get it but i fear we have to do a washing dishes clothes and even ourselves until water comes this is our life. ground water sources in gaza the heavily polluted limited electricity and fuel
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supplies mean sewage treatment plants barely work untreated sewage is pumped directly into the sea. and the u.n. says natural on the ground resources are at breaking point more than two million people live in gaza. these rady government says some vital parts needed to build new desalination plants like this one may pose a threat to israel's security so they are banned it's an isolated organization say around ninety percent of gaza's will is not safe to drink but this is one of three desalination plants in gaza but because of the lack of electricity that's available it's only able to operate for around six hours a day. tens of millions of dollars worth of water infrastructure was destroyed during israel's war on gaza four years ago waste water seeped into the ground and
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experts say it's too early to estimate the haul that's being done and the palestinian political crisis is making the situation even worse from asa's ruled gaza since two thousand and seven and in recent months the fatah dominated palestinian authority has restricted electricity in gaza to force hamas into a reconciliation deal but the world also need to help the body seems to fix the leak bigger problem politike political situation from israeli palestinian it doesn't help to fix such important challenge which all stick to its hold cation would talk are suffering from. meanwhile many gazans have little choice but to rely on the kindness of water sellers like now who hopes one day they can pay him for the war he brings it all started out as era gaza now though i'll second that and third largest economies china and japan have held their first i level economic talks in nearly a year and talks until killer
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a sign of improving ties between the countries and are happening as the u.s. and china trade blows over a decision by the trumpet ministration to increase tariffs on chinese imports japan and china have agreed a trade war would global economy. china's largest most popular social media network has been forced to reverse its to reverse its decision to ban gay content was a huge backlash from the micro blogging platform in a way bowl it blocks videos and polls related to homosexuality the company said it was trying to comply with cyber security laws aging brian has more now on the story from beijing. well reversals like this are very rare in china now things all came to a head on friday when sino weibo which is china's equivalent of twitter announced it was going to delete all gay themed content now this provoked a predictable outcry there were letters angry posts hashtags one hash tag in
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fact called i am gay received more than three hundred million views three hundred million before it was deleted on saturday so clearly online there was a lot of anger but as quickly as those posts appeared they were deleted now the company defended its actions by saying it wanted to create quote a clear and harmonious environment online and was simply complying with president xi jinping has new cyber security laws the internet has become a real battleground for the l.g. bt community and president xi jinping appears to have that community in his crosshairs he wants to clean up the internet he doesn't like what he's seen and so i think this this battle is by no means over it's going to continue and continue for weeks months and years to come now the l g b t community here in china says they are still persecuted and discriminated against even though it's no longer illegal to be gay in this country to be
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a practicing homosexual now china has one gay parade game archie year that happens in shanghai the next one is in june and now in other parts of the world world leaders take part in those parades it happened with justin trudeau in canada but i think it's fair to assume the for now you're not going to be seeing president xi jinping doing that. i mean in place of fired tear gas and stun grenades as thousands of people demonstrated against the former president's plan to stay in power several demonstrators were wounded in the capital as the anti government march turned violent surrogate star design served as president from two thousand and eight until he was forced to step down earlier this year because of term limits he's now campaigning to be approved as prime minister on chewstick a new parliamentary system of government means the president's will has been made largely ceremonial. well it's a lot smaller still to come this hour the british government apologizes to thousands of british residents who arrived from the caribbean decades ago but are
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now being denied basic rights the former capped land police chief heads to court in madrid charged over his lack of action to stop last year's secession referendum. and it's for the bron james starts the n.b.a. playoffs with an unwanted career for. hello spring proper is coming to almost all of europe now and despite this frightening looking plume of cloud that's mostly benign and the air and he's quite warm so we're talking about high teens here it may well bring a little bit of rain its course now across austria probably eastern poland up towards the baltic states attempt to moscow has risen ten degrees in the last three days and nineteen here to and to the west we're up in the twenty's now may well be
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windy for a time but that wind is just encouraging more heat to come from north africa through spain in towards france so again twenty one in london twenty three twenty five in france and switzerland proper sprigg i think having had a bit of water in the ground everything will turn green there's an improvement also it out here and now we've had rather strong winds and rains last his retains that's on his way out the still the rain potential an eastern area and maybe to his ear but that should all be gone with him for slowly rising by wednesday this circulation here means heat and dust be brought up into libya as well the temperatures still around the forty mark in the middle of egypt thirty six in cairo but the picture really for all of north african as one of the benign weather pattern the blowing dust is a fine bit of sunshine. with its leaders in jail a greek neo nazi party were nice on the lives mothers and daughters of the
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imprisoned leaders to represent them. the women behind the fierce some right wing nationalist party going to do not support it but when you say i'm not you know what exactly does it mean it means nationalized golden door in girls a witness documentary on al-jazeera do you support the mosque is. one of the really special things about working for al-jazeera is that even as a camera woman i get to have so much empathy and contribution to a story i feel we cover this region better than anyone else working for it as you know it's very challenging they believe but the good because you have a lot of people that are divided on political issues we are with the people we live to tell the real stories are just mended is to deliver in-depth journalism we don't feel inferior to the audience across the globe.
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it could grind on out of our top stories here on al-jazeera russia says it will lessen specs us from the global chemical weapons board still visit the site of a suspected gas attack in syria on what state so far they've been denied access citing security concerns aid agencies in yemen are warning they may not be able to contain the spread of disease as more people become resistant to antibiotics and us president donald trump is personal lawyer michael coleman is been forced to reveal that and other of his clients is the fox news anchor sean hannity the disclosure was ordered by a new york court work or was trying to stop prosecutors examining documents the f.b.i. seized from his office last. let's go straight to kristen for the week joins us now
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live from new york hi there kristen and so why is this revelation then about sean hannity significant. well let's step back a little bit here attorneys for michael cohen and for president donald trump were in court today to try to stop the judge from allowing documents that were seized from michael cohen to be turned over to prosecutors they this of course is the investigation that is going on right michael cohen is the president's personal attorney who has said that he paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars to a porn star. to keep her from telling her story a pornstar that says she had an affair with donald trump an affair that donald trump denies he also says that he denies any knowledge of this payment that was made to storm media so this is the background here and they are arguing that the documents that were seized could contain sensitive information for michael collins clients not just donald trump but other clients that he's had including sean
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hannity sean hannity of fox news commentator a supporter of donald. that his revelation the fact that he was dealing with michael cohen has come as quite a shock and that is raising eyebrows here because he is such a strong supporter of donald trump hannity has come out and said that his only dealings with michael cohen have been as a friend in an informal situation that he asked him about some real estate dealings he never hired him as a lawyer in a formal sense and he never asked for any action in court that took place today so that's where things stand now in terms of sean hannity and the court proceedings the judge did decide that had it he's name could be released publicly but she has and she denied the motions coming from the attorneys for conan trying today to withhold that information from being turned over to prosecutors however she has yet to decide on another request whether or not to appoint
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a so-called spent special master someone who would review review these documents before they were released to the prosecutor so not all of the questions have been asked but a lot of interest and more information trickling out in this case which is against michael cohen the president's lawyer but of course has swept up the president with all of the revelations that are coming out in and chris and we saw all of this the the the. taking. the stormy daniels statements. when she arrived and you alluded to how she is involved in today's hearing tell us more about the part that she's playing. well actually she is not directly involved in what happened in the courthouse today in that she was not a formal part of the proceeding but it is her lawsuit against donald trump she has a lawsuit against donald trump right now claiming defamation of character trying to
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negate a non-disclosure agreement that she signed not to talk about her relationship with the president so she was there with her attorney who says that they were very concerned that important documents to their case might be lost if the judge were to grant the request of the lawyers of donald trump and michael cohen so again not directly involved in what was happening in the case but very much at the center of the scandal that's surrounding the president and has prompted this investigation of michael cohen right now there are no formal criminal charges against michael cohen but the speculation in the talk among legal experts is that if he paid this money to ms down with or without the president's knowledge there could be grounds for charges relating to campaign finance and breaking those laws chris and slowly there live from new york kristen thank you and the british government's apologize to
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thousands of members of the caribbean community who've lived and worked in the u.k. for decades but who are now being treated as illegal immigrants the problem is said to face as many as fifty thousand immigrant workers who came from the west indies to bring to the second world or ought to be philip. he came to britain from barbados when he was nine years old more than fifty years ago his father had a job at the post office michael married in britain had children grandchildren worked in education thought he was british until the government told him he didn't have the right documents he lost his job as he fought for the right to stay here if well with people could i could know what i would do to take someone and throw them out if they had no. no worse because that is what they did. you know about work what you know what you could do for your dog to help britain being a better place than it was a rival of more than four hundred head to jamaica the so-called women dressed
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generation named after a ship that carried the first arrivals from the caribbean in one nine hundred forty eight invited to britain given citizenship it's many of the children who travelled with their parents who are now facing difficulties some of been caught out by strict new laws specifying documents they need to prove how long they've been here this route could not have blown up at a more embarrassing time for the british government the very week in which their hosts the commonwealth summit in which it's busy emphasising its friendship with former colonies as it prepares to leave the e.u. . ministers told parliament they're trying to repair the damage with a special team to help the wind generation a promise to resolve their cases quickly free of charge although the government isn't sure whether some people have already been deported in an era can she tell the house how many have been detained as prisoners in their own country can she
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tell the house how many have been denied health under the national health service how many have denied pensions how many have lost their job this is a day of national shade mr speaker i shan't be a little gentle and admiration for the people who came here from the caribbean and contributed so much to our society in many many different ways and that admiration remains in place i am concerned that the home office is becoming a test become too concerned with policy and strategy and sometimes lose sight of the individual. but who is in charge of the home office when these new stricter policies were being designed yes today's prime minister to resign may so as the public outcry grows there's now a political as well as moral imperative to treat the when dressed generation fairly barnaby phillips al-jazeera london. politicians in france of started debating a new bill which will tighten controls over immigration speed up deportations and
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tighten qualifications for asylum critics say the legislation makes no provision to help and support refugees as they try to integrate into society and as natasha but the reports from paris has prompted some people in france to make matter to take matters into their own hands. for a couple of nights each week this is home fizzy most are one published been hosting the seventeen year old refugee from ivory coast in his paris apartment for several months it's a warm place to sleep and a slice of family life for the teenager who's alone in the city. are doing for me is a big deal of people in france don't give anything to immigrants or people who are in need one of his family didn't know me and i didn't know them but he trusted me let me sleep in his home. on the moose's long journey from ivory coast to europe he says he lost a close friend and saw many people die on the mediterranean sea crossing. one public found out about hosting refugees on social media and felt compelled to act.
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i don't do it to get something back if i had to flee my home and end up in the streets in winter i hope that people would help it's a human shield in france whether it's the government or citizens we just don't care enough about this french charity say there are thousands of refugees sleeping in the street the para city council provides some shelters but there aren't enough places the french government wants to see an end to camps like this it's proposing a new immigration law which would aim to crack down on so-called economic migrants but speed up the process for asylum seekers but some experts say that's simply the wrong approach the key berbers of the bill is to try to deter migrants and silence the girls from going to france the bill doesn't do anything to. the living conditions better for those who are here already. last year one hundred thousand people applied for asylum in france one third were successful for those granted the
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right to stay integrating into society is an additional challenge today carlos are bellairs studies at one of france's top universities but seven years ago he fled colombia after four months in paris sleeping outside he was taken in by a french family it changed his life. no hopers around europe has to realize that the way it has welcomed refugees hasn't worked for me having lived with a family and learned the language and gained a network so it shows that integration is really about contact and learning the skills to get by on your own french m.p.'s are debating the new law and will vote on it at the end of the month unless the bill is amended to provide more support for asylum seekers it seems many refugees in france will be forced to rely on the kindness of strangers the al-jazeera paris former police chief of the spanish region of catalonia will face trial on charges related to last year's unsanctioned
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referendum on secession appearing in court in madrid joseph shapiro was told he'll be prosecuted over what spain says was his lack of action to prevent the full blast told where he and other peace forces are also queue to failing to rescue civil guard officers who are trapped in a building in barcelona by tens of thousands of people secession demonstrators three point dependents politicians were also formally charged in madrid where sania gago sent us this update. the former leader of the cats love police force. appeared before the national court he's facing charges of sedition for his alleged role in the illegal referendum in october also this morning to appear before the supreme court three leaders leaders one the former vice president of the government o'neill john kerry us plus two other civil society leaders they are facing the most serious charge of rebellion and in this case they could care about
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kerry's ascent a maximum sentence of thirty years in prison this has been a situation for many procession this but also other trade unionists took part in sunday's demo where they feel that these men have been used as political prisoners but the spanish government maintains what has happened is that they have indeed undertaken an act of rebellion legibly for trying to act against the spanish constitution and attempting to see from spain they say that this is been an illegal act but interesting in what's also being examined is the misuse of public funds at the time the form of the vice president approved the budget for the referendum that is also being looked into is whether how much of that. public funds or whether public institutions were abused in that situation in the illegal referendum. the market is interior minister says he's going to step down following weeks of mass protests over the murder of
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a journalist thomas tucker said he was unable to heal the deep divisions in society after investigative reporter john ku's yack and his fiance were shot dead in february prime minister of a fico stood down last month tens of thousands of people taking part in regular protests calling for the police chief to be sacked and for an independent investigation into the shooting bosnians are marking the twenty fifth anniversary of the amateur massacre the attack happened in one thousand nine hundred three d. . during the bosnian war a hundred and sixteen muslim people including women and children were killed by the coupé should defense counsel known as the age the hague tribunal sentence former age field general to morial blasts age two nine years in prison for war crimes including murder or during a time a turkish court has ruled to keep an american pastor in custody after he was accused of espionage and committing crimes on behalf of terror groups without being a member pastor andrew brunson faces up to thirty five years in prison over alleged
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links to the banned kurdistan workers party or k.k. and to u.s. based cleric to local and turkey's president named as fate to turkish demands for the u.s. to extradite golan hughes the being behind a failed coup twenty sixteen. the sale of starbucks has apologized after two black men were arrested as they waited for a friend in a coffee shop in philadelphia but the backlash against the coffee chain shows no signs of abating with a second day of protest in the city of up reynolds explains hush. hush. corporate apologies have already been made but unsatisfied protesters occupied the starbucks coffee shop in philadelphia on monday denouncing what they call racist treatment of two black men who were arrested at the cafe last week.
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on thursday two black men were sitting in the starbucks waiting for a third person to arrive for a business meeting they asked to use the toilet but the manager refused because the men had not purchased anything the manager then asked them to leave and when they declined called the police cell phone video shows police arresting and handcuffing them and the friend they were waiting for arrives and has questions. about this my mother and the men were later released for lack of evidence they'd committed any offense the incident has become a full blown public relations disaster for starbucks which has long presented itself as a friendly community gathering place with twenty seven thousand stores worldwide in this incident does not reflect the spirit of our brand it was an unfortunate incident and will be sure to make it right chief executive kevin johnson apologized
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saying he took full responsibility and would review the training the company gives its employees the manager of the outlet has resigned i'm going to do everything i can to ensure it is fixed and never happens again however the city's police commissioner insisted his officers. has acted properly to tell you that that peace officer did not want to have to make an arrest in matters of. the whole thing just . for black americans incidents like this are not uncommon in another incident caught on camera in february two black patrons at an applebee's restaurant in missouri who falsely accused of stealing a chain fired three workers as a result is coming amid continuing controversy over police shootings of unarmed black men the incident underscores the prevalence of racial profiling in the u.s. rob reynolds al-jazeera the head of the new south wales fire service says there's
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evidence a bushfire threatening launch parts of sydney was started deliberately so and a half thousand hectares of bush land around the city have been burnt since saturday they say it's miraculous that nobody's been injured and no homes have been destroyed. still ahead this news hour. the legends of the ice. in sports. and after not. a second korean air. is. accused of. business updates. going places together.
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business updates. going places together.
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jordan's gearing up for a future with more people switching to electric cars and german companies investing in charging stations across the country and as a country that doesn't produce oil jordanians are embracing the move away from fuel burning cars well ports. the engine hardly makes a sound and that can mean hashem sane often forgets to turn off the ignition he admits he's parked and walked off with the car still running but that quiet and not having to fill up are two of the reasons the college student loves driving his electric car that benefits is just as money like as it.
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was and fixing the. bigs. and this good. i mean there are now about ten dealers including renault selling electric cars in jordan last month a german company announced plans to build ten thousand charging stations across the country and there's an all electric public transportation service called tell see law the government offers incentives to consumers no customs fees or taxes the main reason for anyone to buy a car you are not buying. the car immediately listen expensive. doesn't mean or diesel vehicles. there's a good economic reason to for the government to steer away from gas burning vehicles jordan imports more than ninety percent of the oil it needs in order to reduce the economic burden the country is not only encouraging jordanians to drive
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electric cars but it's investing in wind solar and solid waste energy right now there are two billion dollars worth of renewable energy projects under way. this month the government unveiled the second phase of a national energy efficiency action plan in place for more than a decade. in just only two people that we've worked in order to reduce our consumption patterns on one hand to increase the potential content fusion the potential. ofi of that nobody in their duties towards his the goal is to continue to drive down energy use by twenty percent and increase renewable energies imprint to ten percent by twenty twenty experts say jordan has already become such a leader in the middle east its neighbors have expressed interest in replicating these initiatives natasha going to al-jazeera amman let's get all the way sports
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does that with far in doha. thank you so much american deseret land and japan's nikkei cow which she had claimed victory in the one hundred and twenty second edition of the boston marathon. the runners were happy by wet and windy conditions and boston koichi chased down defending champion geoffrey caruso kenya to win with a time of two hours fifteen minutes and fifty four seconds becoming the first japanese man to win the event since one thousand nine hundred seventy meanwhile two time a limpy and deseret linden ended a thirty three year drought for american women in the storage race to clinch top spot the thirty four year old prevailing at the time of two hours thirty nine minutes and fifty four seconds. for the first time in his career le bron james has lost the opening game in a first round n.b.a. playoff series james in the cleveland cavaliers were defeated by the indiana pacers . scott reports. he's had an enviable record in the playoffs but even
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he may not be able to rest the cavaliers recent deployed. and found it tough going in the series opener against the indiana pacers on sunday the three time defending eastern conference champions went twenty one points down in the first quarter to sign the problems they've had with the defense one season still haven't fixed james led the cavs with twenty four points bringing them to within seven by the third quarter thanks to his funky footwork. for the pacers had picked up on the depo with some stellar routes as he zones on the depo finished up with thirty two points in the ninety eight to eighty victory even le bron with a great first defeat in game one of the playoffs to this point. if.
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not me add a new day and when they came in they dictated the. they just played. basketball and they just took advantage of everything we wanted to try to do. and i do so are you. playing our own boyfriends or you it just hasn't been magnified. so it's a playoffs now we've been doing this so you know everybody sees assumes like it's kind of shocking to everybody i guess she was some people were booed by the fans in the most they can still turn it around when game two takes place on wednesday join because you're just zero now by jock which has ended a run of three consecutive losses with the first round a win at the monte carlo masters the twelve time grand slam champion beat fellow it served to stand in straight sets for the last just one game jockey which has been struggling with his recovery from an elbow injury and as much as the first team to win the world rankings. rafa nadal has
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a first round bye as he prepares to challenge for a record eleven to monte carlo title being world number one needs to win the tournament to prevent roger federer from regaining top spots. every year and i came here every year with the same passion with the same occupation to play my best and to give me chances to have the best result possible. especially this year i didn't finish yet so. hopefully it is why i'll be the first. so great to have booked their place at next year's fee for the women's world cup in france they thrashed the philippines five nil in the women's asian cup fifth place a play off south korea dominated throughout the match ending the matilda's close as several run towards the finals south korea japan australia japan china and thailand as asian representatives in the tournaments. of thousands of fans filled the center of eindhoven on monday to celebrate p.s.t.'s league title triumph.
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the side secure in their twenty four. worth the dutch league title on sunday they did it thanks to a three nil win over title rivals i.x. over whom they now have an unassailable ten point lead the title being their third in four years. this young team had to go through a lot of the beginning they have created a united team of put down a fantastic achievement not only winning the title but doing it to get to the home and give them a big applause i'm very proud of all of them let's celebrate and one of the legends of international figure skating has called time on his career three time world champion and olympic gold medalist patrick chan has announced his retirement the twenty seven year old who was three of them picked medals in total helped canada out when the team event in pyongyang chang he retires saying that he's fulfilled his dreams and aspirations in the sport. and that's all your sport for now it's
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now back to julian london for a fine q now in a rest to size korea's largest airline has apologized for pushing an employee during a business meeting he said now investigating vice presidential who are men who is also accused of throwing water at a manager of koreans air advertising agency last month show has been suspended while the investigation proceeds denies throwing the water but accepts her actions were careless her sister was jailed in twenty fourteen for ordering a korean air flight returns at the gate because she was upset that she was served macadamia nuts in a bag and noticeable that's it from a chilly wait almost i'll be back in just the same with much more of the day's news but by.
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serious condition. a new poll ranks mexico city is the pool with worst in the world for sexual violence many women are attacked while moving in the crowded spaces of the metro buses and even at the hands of taxi drivers the conversation starts with do you
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have a boyfriend very pretty young you feel unsafe threatened i think about how to react what do i do if this gets way no money on a uses a new service it's called lateral drive it's for women passages only and drawn by women drivers pull for some extra features like a panic button and twenty four seven monitoring of drivers water an essential resource for all humankind across europe pressure to recognise water as a human right and put its management back into public hands is increasing i think that the european commission would be very very. water probably. anybody is the only. people who seem ever to have something to invest the profit of. up to the last drop on al-jazeera.


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