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this is al jazeera. hello and welcome to this al-jazeera news i'm not seeing dennis live in de health coming up in the next sixty minutes. but the. bombings at an afghan voter registration centers kill fifty four people the latest of five such attacks since cheez say. the leader of mass anti-government protests in armenia is arrested and charged sheltie after the prime minister stormed out of talks with him also. told me the north korea of. all people for. these people.
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they have destroyed their lives and the legacy of the murder of a black teenager twenty five years ago that exposed racism inside london's police force. i'm tatiana franchise with the sport to choke a win the london marathon and the kenyan running great finishes ninety seconds outside the world record britain's my farakka came in third. but first let's go to afghanistan where fifty four people are dead and more than a hundred others are injured after attacks on voter registration centers forty eight people were killed in kabul where a suicide bomber detonated explosives outside the entrance of a center there and no in the north of the country in badland province and explosive was placed there another voting center six people were killed there all from the
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same family the violence follows a week of targeted attacks on voters on friday armed men hit a voter registration center in bad disprove its killing a police officer a day earlier armed men killed two police officers in jalalabad city little girl during a voter registration center and on tuesday attackers kidnapped three employees and two policeman from of a thing center in core province mariana hundred ports. police say a suicide bomb addition aged explosives at the doorway of a voter registration seemed in kabul where afghans received identification cards for elections and not told them. the money arrived at the scene we helped many wounded people to carry them to the hospital all the victims were women and children who were here to get their identity cards and registration for election. the blast happened in waste in kabul when many of the. minorities shia hazaar
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a community live it's the latest in a series of attacks on voter registration seemed is they opened just last week part of the long process to get afghans properly registered allegations of fraud have long plagued elections in afghanistan the richest ration process is designed to guard against that the independent election commission says it hopes as many as fifteen million people will ridge's to for the parliamentary and district council elections but the election commissioner admits turnout so far is already love a senior member of the afghan army had told afghans they would be safe that afghan forces would be there to maintain security at voter registration seem to is this latest blast will do little to reassure afghans it's worth the risk million hond zero right let's move to armenia now where opposition leaders have been arrested and charged in
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a deepening political crisis there behind days of mass protests against the prime minister and they include this man nicole passion year now he has been the one driving these demonstrations he was filmed before being bundled into a police car you see now that happened just after talks between passion ian and the prime minister serge saga seann they break down on live television when surrogacy and stormed out the prime minister's opponents including tens of thousands of peoples on the streets are angry that he's been appointed prime minister after serving a maximum term of ten years as president and they're accusing him of clinging to power. media is editor in chief of the the n. report that's an independent online news service and she's joining us from the capital get a van thank you very much indeed for talking to so it's been quite a busy day today with a lot of the major leaders of this protest movement being detained then charged and
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certainly most definitely arrested now. that's correct tens of thousands continue to remain in the streets the armenian investigative committee issued a statement that they were in fact arrested just about half an hour before we went to air i mean yes the national assembly president made an announcement because the m.p.'s having parliamentary immunity the parliament has seventy two hours to call an emergency session to strip them of their immunity and majority in parliament must vote for that so when but when made the statement we were curious to see what he was saying he called on site to have a political dialogue he said many of the protests for unlawful yet he made no reference to the fact that these three m.p.'s had in fact been arrested so this is an interesting development another one is that police have made several statements throughout the day saying that any protests today will be considered unlawful and
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they will be dispersed immediately and the police will use all measures to do that so there's been a lot of information that we're trying to handle and and also to report about because what it was really grabbed the attention of the world is the fact that these protests have not only lasted for as long as they have that they've increased every day every little thing about ten days now. it really is an unprecedented extraordinary cycle of events that have taken place we have never seen anything like this in the twenty seven year history of independent armenia people from all walks of life from all regions from all over you know. and economic strata have joined the movement primarily students and high school students young people we've had people from the i.t. sector from very various sectors of the economy you know finally saying enough is enough and and because we no longer feel that or the people no longer feel that
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they have access to the executive the legislature because the judiciary is not free and independent their only means to change anything is through protest and to get on the street and i guess in this kind of situation the role of the security forces is that salute the critical what sort of role and they play how they sticking to law and constitutionality well this morning after the negotiations broke down between sestak you stand and you could question you and then you marked on a protest they used excessive force the use done grenades we heard of bands of forty fifty men a civilian clothes attacking protesters with stun guns. oh using the tonge oh right now where i'm sitting is red across the parlor or the government building and there are armored personnel carriers down on the street bus loads i can't even count how many bus loads of police and riot police marched the civil disobedience continues in the country throughout the city we have thousands of people self organizing are
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trying to block streets and squares so it's really quite an extraordinary moment in our immediate history. ok thank you very much indeed for that the keeping us up to date with those dramatic developments in armenia today thank you thank you that the israeli army has blamed the palestinian political group hamas for leading riots in attempting to destroy infrastructure the girls a border the been for weeks now palestinian protests and during the latest on friday israeli snipers killed four people and they included a fourteen year old boy in a statement the israeli army said during the riots burning tires were used to create smoke screens in order to mask attempts to damage the purpose protective infrastructures rocks were hurled kites with the burning items attached to them were flown with the intention of igniting fires in israeli territory bandits myth has been to meet the family of mohammed are you the youngest victims of the
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protests so far. no no no no no that's right or are you dreams for some most mothers a good education marriage children. but a bullet to the head from an israeli sniper means this family now has to bury fourteen year old mohammad are you along with those dreams. while there are no herbalists says and. i used to tell him one day are living conditions will improve political divisions will and i had been pushing him to continue his studies despite everything. mohammed was protesting near the gaza israel border fence at east on friday. if he was throwing stones they probably weren't very big this family video from last year shows mohammed at the zoo he slight aged just thirteen here it's hard to imagine six months later he posed a serious threat to the israeli military. death prompted an unusually strong
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reaction from the u.n. special coordinator for the middle east peace process nicholai martin off said it's outrageous to shoot at children how does the killing of a child in gaza today help peace it doesn't it feels anger and breeds more killing a former israeli military spokesman responded please go to gaza engage hamas and get them to stop sending people to defense stop palestinian incitement and organize riots at the border and donald trump advisor to the middle east stepped in a full investigation by israel of mohammad are you is underway as we mourn the tragic loss of a young life we must all resolve to avoid causing more suffering by responses to his death. mohammed's father says he couldn't stop his son joining the protest for palestinian rights doesn't. he was always smiling always teasing to me his father who was a not a kid but to brave the whole neighborhood loved him never said no to anyone he just
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want to see our original village in israel. was buried the day he died the youngest victim so far but the palestinian great march of return bernard smith al-jazeera gaza. police in malaysia say the killing of a palestinian man in kuala lumpur was a highly professional operation which makes it hard to trace any evidence engineer for the album was shot at ten times on saturday his family is pointing the finger at the israeli security service mossad had a hoax or has more. people in gaza i remember in one of their own batched die thousands of kilometers away though in malaysia or the. thirty six or a palace an engineer was a lecturer universe who cut a long pole for the last eight years and in at his local mosque was repeatedly shot on saturday by two attackers on motorbikes police believe it was a targeted killing. and so the moment he walked past it about six am he was shot
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meaning they were waiting to kill him and we saw that there were ten shots which means that we're determined to kill the victim it means they had a motive to kill him and a view backed up by the malaysian deputy prime minister. he was an expert in rocket building and it's possible that his death had links with a foreign intelligence organization. back home how mass revealed that it was a member and held him as a martyr blaming intelligence agency mossad for his killing a gelati took the party behind the assassination will pay the price we cannot ignore the killings of our sons youths and scholars i can say based on previous assassinations and killings of palestinian scholars and scholars of the arab and islamic nations there mossad is capable of committing a disgraceful terrible crime like this there god willing will be announcing the counterpoint. israel's defense minister quickly dismissed hani as accusation of
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a dual lieberman said the engineer was no saint and he was working to improve the accuracy of rockets fired from gaza aimed at israel lieberman said he was killed as part of an internal palestinian dispute. mossad has been repeatedly accused of killing ham us members of a palace in june x. but mohammed as a warrior was shot into his ear two years ago back in two thousand and ten how mass commander mahmoud who was killed in a hotel in dubai mosque was suspected and her mass political chief khaled mashal survived when poison was sprayed into his ear in jordan eleven years ago. the police investigation in kuala lumpur continues an autopsy is currently being completed in gaza and york by palestinian territories threats of revenge are increasing. our desire. lots more to come on this al jazeera news hour including demands for justice in pakistan hundreds protest day the mysterious disappearances
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in the past june community. and the landmark summit approach just what the north koreans think of president trump we have another special report from inside the secretive nation. barcelona now have some exhilarating after being knocked out of european football champions the tatiana we'll explain in sport. the rebel fighters from the district of kalamu near syria's capital of now arrived in northern aleppo following one of the evacuation deals negate by russia the ally of the regime many of the fighters belong to the armed group. about half of the population of kalamunda are internally displaced and have been under government siege for years the syrian president backed by russia and iran is seeking to
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recover control of the last pockets of rebel territory around damascus. well after several delays international inspectors are finally been given access to the scene of a suspected chemical attack that took place in the town of duma very close to damascus the syrian government and its ally russia deny responsibility for the attack and and the alleged cover up but inspectors won't be attributing blame they'll only be there to try to determine exactly what happened whether an attack took place and what was seized. they're all going to plan a summit between the leaders of north and south korea should go ahead on friday ahead of the u.s. north korea meeting that's due within weeks the north has promised to end their and missile tests a move that has raised hope and some skepticism president trump is piling the pressure on kim jong un to abandon all his nuclear ambitions so what are north
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koreans think of that other pramanik editor james bays has been given rare access to the capital pyongyang to find out whether trump is on their minds at all. this is one way north koreans relax at the weekend. the last few days have been a diplomatic roller coaster but as people enjoy the fun fair in pyongyang they're unaware of much of what's happened ordinary people have not been told the cia director came his secretly that their leader is negotiating with the us that he's planning a face to face meeting with the country's sworn enemy donald trump so when you ask people here about trump they tell you what they've been told repeatedly in the past by the state controlled media room so my mom grew every korean gets furious when we
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hear what trump says he threatens her dilate the entire korean nation is even human he is a wolf. down by the river they were playing volleyball. this is where i met a young medical student. i don't have them in a. five year old american people but american government i hate american imperial. period i don't like why. all the korean people. at the prison. no date venue has yet been set for the meeting between supreme leader kim jong un and president trump one report says the u.s. leader would like to meet him alone with only interpreters diplomats here of told me that would give kim who knows the nuclear issue intimately a big advantage kim jong un is half the age of donald trump but he's already run
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this country for more than six years and while the trumpet administration's policy on north korea has evolved during more the one year in office the north korean leader has built on the nuclear strategy he inherited from his father and from his grandfather james values al-jazeera young yet. in pakistan the past june community in lahore of march to demand an end to decades of oppression protests began in february when the police killing of an aspiring model went viral online police said he had ties to the taliban and an investigation showed no evidence say thousands of them have disappeared over the years or have been targeted by extra judicial police killings kemal haida has more from lahore. thousands of supporters from their tribal areas of progress on have gotten word and
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our city of law they're also supported by the women action forum human rights organizations from the city of lahore as well as across the country who said that the concerns of these drivers must be addressed within the constitutional and the legitimate demands met by the government now as you can see the people are carrying black and white flags the white signifying saying that does it appears bold movement and the black of course the protests there haunting and anger the extrajudicial killing there was. a good show about read about some of the missing people who have gone missing and the seventeen year old conflict along that region close to i want it gone also they want the hanging over senior police officer who was accused of extrajudicial killings and they want to remove all of
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the landmines from dodge area because they're dead already costing lives outdoors and mine were led by fleeing taliban fighters and the pakistani military during their operations and their tribal areas this movement is gaining momentum on the social media the local media has blacked out for the most part and they say that they will continue where their protests until their demands are met. india's government has taken a significant step towards imposing the death penalty for people convicted of raping children under the age of twelve prime minister narendra modi's cabinet signed the order but it needs a backing of parliament within six months to become law the government has responded to widespread protests over a number of attacks including the rape and murder of an eight year old girl in kashmir lawyers to the government to set time frames for bringing suspects to justice. yes i do think that there should be strong legal actions against
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particularly the victim is a minor one but i do you don't think that did. we already have a good strong laws in this country what is needed is a conviction of the green it was a decision it is a good decision in fact not only for girls under twelve years old also for those older than twelve years old every rapist deserve it the death penalty should apply to every offender. nurses in zimbabwe will go back to work on monday after cooling off a strike over working conditions the nurses association has also filed a course application seeking to reverse a decision by the government to sack sixteen thousand nurses president there was a moment god was government is trying to manage growing labor unrest in the build up to july's elections. a journalist covering the anti-government demonstrations in nicaragua has been shot and killed during a live broadcast and held in the blue shirt was reporting via facebook from the
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town of bloomfield's on the southern caribbean canst one of his colleagues claims and government snipers he had arguments government says ten people have been killed in four days of protests rights groups put the death toll much higher john home and has more on what's behind the rest. president will take to finally came out and address the country after a full days of protest in nicaragua and what he said wasn't that conciliatory towards the protesters became outflanked not just by his cabinet but also by military and police figures which in itself tells a story of what he had to say was that the protesters might have shadowy political figures to hide them so that didn't really seem an address. attempting to reach out to the protesters to try and find some sort of dialogue and these are protests the aren't just happening in the capital minard work but also in several other cities in the country the spark that really lit them seem to have been about changes to
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the social security structure mechanisms in the country but also there's been tension in this country before then president will take is seen by n.g.o.s and also by analysts have been undermining democratic institutions in the country in the bid to hang on to power he's now in his third consecutive term he's also been accused of turning the government into a bit of a family business his wife is also the vice president of the country now what we have to see is what's going to come next all the protests going to escalate is there going to be any attempts at dialogue and some people in the crowd were asking will the army be a center on the streets to try and deal with this which would definitely represent some sort of escalation. right it's time for the weather here is richard and really warm in london which is not great for the runners is it though in london marathon forty thousand plus runners sand yeah they would have struggled martino you and i
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we can run in thirty degrees here can't we just just maybe not quite at the same pace but they were certainly struggling in london i suspect with a temperature which reached twenty three point two degrees in central london today which made it the warmest london marathon on record that martin's been going since one thousand nine hundred eighty one he would've made quite a difference in fact if the brakes are taken place tomorrow because we'll see quite a drop in temperatures across the u.k. going from a high in the southeast and you notice it is just the southeast where the warm air is the rest of the u.k. is looking at the side lee cooler conditions and those cooler conditions would have pushed in across london and maybe paula radcliffe record which goes back to what two thousand and three might have come under threat under those sort of conditions it's not just new k. was exceptionally hot at the moment across northern india the shots come from our in our say we've seen temperatures in recent days well over forty degrees celsius we've had a disturbance pushing through northern parts of india over the last twenty four to forty eight hours and as a result temperatures of come down
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a mere thirty six or thirty seven degrees but they are on the rise once again thirty eight in delhi on monday rising to forty but time to get through to choose there and simmers or temperatures on wednesday extending across many other northern and eastern areas meanwhile across much of the island of honshu in japan we've seen since the warmest april the twenty first on record slightly cooler over the last twenty four hours here another fine day to come but eventually there will be rain sweeping in from the west and it will eventually start to cool off. richard thank you very much indeed now hong kong is lagging behind the rest of china and embrace in renewable energy less than one percent of the city's power comes from green still says and that's well short of iceland which is capitalized on its environment and geothermal springs and gets almost all of its electricity from. renewables sweden has set itself the same target of one hundred percent by the year twenty forty when it comes to investment china is leading the way it's spent two billion
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dollars in twenty sixteen on renewable energy research and development it also comes out on top in terms of capacity which refers to how much energy a country can produce from renewables well hong kong is looking to play catch up with the rest of china and if a pilot project pretty successful they could soon be better able to harness the power of the sun the stevia the pollen our. tires to hong kong's oldest surviving fishing village but it's becoming a new frontier in the territory when it comes to energy you heard by all have all the circle point to farmers set up needs or tricity to run the water pumping system i chose solar panels as it would generate just enough energy as a pump doesn't need to much power. timmie says family have lived here for generations he says the villagers called sunlight god's blessing for centuries they use the sun to make the dried seafood products this village has become famous for last year they discovered another benefit when the world wildlife fund set up solar
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panels in the village cheap clean energy problem if they can't afford to install anymore not without government funds they don't will have to financial support and then they also don't have to you know extract of policy to motivate them to have almost system the hong kong government is looking at investing in green energy this pilot project is successful this could be one solution clover cove is one of seventeen reservoirs in hong kong the solar panels power the nearby water works facility the water supplies department has been very hard to integrate as the green technology an operation to mitigate the impact of the climate change. other than harvesting the solar energy from the sun there are lots of benefits from in soaring to solar p.v. system currently only zero point one percent of hong kong's energy comes from renewables compare that to seventeen percent in china seventy eight percent of
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electricity comes from fossil fuels it's the city's biggest pollutant but environmentalist say hong kong has the potential to turn that around a recent university study found that a quarter of the city's three hundred nine thousand buildings are suitable for solar panel installation if used effectively the buildings could provide ten percent of hong kong's energy consumption cutting carbon emissions by three million tons a year companies that invest in green buildings get tax breaks at the moment though there are no clear incentives for small businesses or households the praties from tommy's aquaponics farm go to scaffold nearby his next project is the solar eyes the entire operation but he says he can't afford to go all green until there's a change in government policy if you go paul in august. they are on call. still to come here on the news hour everything must go the contents of an entire airport terminal a put under the hammer in london. how do you not be in a rage when you know that you're always at risk of death in the streets oh my
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centers since tuesday. armenian opposition leaders have been arrested and charged in a deepening political crisis there behind days of mass protests against the prime minister tens of thousands of people to beat out on to the streets angry that surge has been appointed prime minister after serving ten years as president. police in malaysia say the killing of a palestinian man in kuala lumpur was a highly professional operation which makes it hard to trace any evidence engineer father. was shot at ten times on saturday his family is blaming the israeli security service. all right more now on a top star in that series of attacks that have taken place in afghanistan as i say fifty four people have been killed and that's just in one day we can. now speak to rahul jacobi who's an associate fellow at human security center that's a foreign policy center that's based in london he's also an activist from
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afghanistan's has are a minority community and he's joining us on skype from wolverhampton in the midlands in the u.k. thank you for talking to us this seems to be a concerted campaign by whoever is carrying out these attacks to disrupt the elections which you do to take place in october. you're right you know that is the part of the talk show and today they're into attacks on the walter reed station and i think there's a consistent push into making sure that people are unable to lose that. if they attempt to register to. be attacks on them but i think the issue of democratic process is compounded by the you know dickel syrians and incompetency of the afghan government itself or not being able to protect. the voter registration centers and the voters a lot but i think what makes the attack in kabul today. is
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that the tax on the western part of kabul daschle virtue where it's a main because our populated part of the capital and who it's an attack on a community who been under attack for more than two years consistently of the attacks i mean i returned from kabul only about two weeks ago and it's very difficult to turn to to turn into any street in kabul not visiting or not seeing signs of of victims of or the names of the victims of terror attacks on the here's our community indeed and the persecution of the has our minorities the third largest ethnic group in afghanistan is well documented isn't it but how can you expect the government of after afghani to be able to provide security to that has our or any other community for that matter when it is battling against at least two armed groups who are prepared to commit suicide atrocities as i understand them
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it's very difficult for any security force to or any security apparatus to protect every you know protect its citizens against every attack you know we have seen in the west and you know it's absolutely impossible. for to protect against a group or individuals who want to die themselves in order to. kill or maim many other but i think what we can see the anger within the is our community that there is an increasing apathy from within the afghan security forces towards the huizar and you know the the the there was a report by the state department on the human rights in afghanistan which clearly states that there is a concerted systematic marginalization of these our community but who does not you know the afghan state does not pay any attention whether it is to the economic or social welfare of the car let alone to the security welfare of these are the laws
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but you know we understand because our people in the town well you know the country's war against multiple terrorist or terrorist groups but some of these terror groups are actually used by some elements within the afghan government force tribal political purposes alright ruhollah you have to be very interesting point you raised i thank you very much indeed. thank you. president trump has accused former f.b.i. director james comey of leaking classified information in his memoir komi has been promoting his new book in which he portrays trump as quote an ego driven liar komi was fired by trump last year as the f.b.i. investigated alleged russian meddling in the twenty six thousand u.s. election while the president tweeted james komi is memos are classified i did not declassify them they belong to our government therefore he broke the law
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additionally he totally made up many of the things he said i said and he's already a proven liar and leaker where are memos on clinton lynch and others and there he was referring to the rest of the rhetoric lynch of course the previous u.s. attorney general. has more now from washington d.c. . these memos in question were written by james komi who at the time was director of the f.b.i. and they document the private conversations between komi and president donald trump in the early days of the administration komi said he wrote all of this down because he was concerned by several of the topics that trump brought up in these meetings and in particular two requests made by the president. asked him to drop a federal investigation into a senior adviser and also asked komi for a pledge of loyalty given this was when coleman was leading an investigation into
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possible russian meddling in the two thousand and sixteen presidential elections komi says he refused to offer his loyalty pledge and was soon fired by trump after his firing komi then shared two of these memos with a close friend who then disseminated it to a reporter called me says he did this hoping that release of this information to the public would provoke a special counsel investigation to be appointed and that is exactly what has happened with robert muller the special counsel now looking into trump's campaign associates possible colluding with russia in the can in the elections as well as a possible obstruction of justice by the president himself with a republican strategist joe watkins is a former white house aide to president george h. w. bush and he thinks that donald trump doesn't have much to gain by discrediting the memos. this is rather unprecedented we haven't had u.s. presidents in the past attack these institutions within government so only these
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investigate investigative institutions have not ever been attacked by a sitting u.s. president so this is something new for our country at the same time i'm not sure that everybody is buying it despite the fact that there are these almost daily attacks on the integrity of the f.b.i. and others leadership in the department of justice i think americans for the most part still have a great deal of confidence in those institutions i don't think it'll change the mind of the president trumps base i think president obama's base will think that it's just another attack on the president's character but for the most part i think it clearly sheds light for many americans on what happened in certainly those early conversations in the early days of the trump presidency which are fascinating to read and i'm sure will will selling james james komi a lot of books now it's been twenty five years since stephen lawrence an eighteen year old black man was murdered in a racially motivated attack in south london his death and the subsequent handling
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of the investigation spots a public inquiry that found the city's police department was institutionally racist and behave a triple. stephen lawrence was murdered because he was black stopped by a group of white thugs in an unprovoked racist attack injustice or to shed light on rule used to describe the lawrence case stephen spada told me that he had everything going for him steve was a. book on people and he was have you know would have anybody. you know for somebody to actually kill. such a person to what reason would you have to kill somebody to stephen's murder changed britain's legal policing landscape for epa the failure to bring his killers to justice was a state of the country's legal system for years within days of stephen's murder the
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police were given the names of the five suspects but they failed to act and the subsequent botched investigation led the police to be accused of institutional racism. that was the judgment to put inquiry ordered by the government top to steepen stat when the five suspects appeared there was chaos the report found that stevens race had affected the way the case was handled. made seventy recommendations saying police attitudes towards racism had to improve and that the brace relations act needed to be strengthened to put an end to discrimination it also ordered targets for the recruitment retention a promotion of black and asian officers the most damning part of the report though was the claim that the police were institutionally racist i think it was fat back
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then and i think it's fair in the here and now because one of the things that people will look. on is has week quest has policing moved on and even though there has been some progress it's been slow the metropolitan police says it is not the organization it was at the time of stephen lawrence his killing it would take nearly nineteen years for toobin to be found guilty of stevens' murder these people killed. destroyed their lives stephen lawrence would be forty three level lawrence says he'd be given his son's killers but the justice will not be done until all those involved in his son's murder a behind bars ever heywood al-jazeera in london shopkeepers in south africa's northwest province are counting the cost of days of looting that have left many of their premises destroyed protests against alleged corruption in local government and the
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lack of services turned violent and crowds attacked businesses the armrest was deemed serious enough of the south african president to abandon a trip abroad and return home catherine sawyer reports from the provincial capital of. pinky being more cause baby is feverish she inhaled gas when police and protesters clashed but health workers in public hospitals are on strike and can't get help pink you went to her mother's house in the city to give path because life is more difficult in the rural area where she leads a can take measure to buy looters because. there comes the lies and those political things they pose as the things that they did not deliver you understand they did above the rim get their houses and give people jobs when the jobs come from the government they dig people. a frustration are shared by
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many people in this region and that's why the two to the streets i believe they want better public services from the local government houses and shops they also want the provision leader to step down saying he's failed to do his job now also corruption allegations presidency says he needs time to hold more talks with aggrieved communities and the provisional didas life is returning to normal in my hand but many short remain closed people say they will wait for the outcome of consultations the president has asked for but they also tell us that they are in place and for answers and won't wait too long. though many of the grievances are generally in the protests turned violent rowdy morbus bandoliers to buildings and looted. a little just to come over to traders like a clear lawn tara are devastated everything in his shop was
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a the stolen or band this was his home too i don't know what i can do now on that hopeless. you can see what a pity. i don't want money to remove it is that this is not easy to remove that snow is you cannot replace reason not in some people say politics in targeted revenge attacks in the way of what we're supposed to be peaceful demonstrations pinky and her family tallis this is the result of pent up anger catching saw al-jazeera mike hang south africa. egypt has extended the detention of al jazeera journalists mahmoud hussein by another forty five days the egyptian national was arrested was on holiday in december twenty sixth seen he spend almost five hundred days in jail and is yet to be charged hussein's accuse of broadcasting false news with the aim of spreading calles al-jazeera strongly denies the allegations and
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calls on egypt to unconditionally release hussein. thirty end of an era for part of years busiest international airport but a welcome opportunity for aviation enthusiasts the contents of london heathrow terminal one being sold off to the highest bidders there has more. we've joined the plane spotters on heathrow airport perimeter because this could potentially be a big day for aviation enthusiasts the entire contents of the historic terminal warner up for sale the bidding is now become sold it your way three thousand forty nine seventy nine forty nine seventy nine let's roll again please the first of two auctions is now well under way squarely at aviation lovers most of it taking place here online i think retro signs think novelty fixtures and fitment just looking at these items there seems to be strangely more interest in departure signs than a rival signs read into that what you will the problem is that many of these bids
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a sealed meaning the buyers don't know exactly how much they're bidding against the auction house responsible for all of this says the pricing these items is way too complicated there's simply no precedent for selling things like this. following auctions will focus on bigger assets including security machines escalators baggage carousel four thousand seats of one hundred ten check in desks things that might be useful to other airports it was once the busiest terminal in europe opened by queen elizabeth the second in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and billed as the home of british airways at the time planes could only carry one hundred fifty people they can now carry more than five hundred at its peak terminal one handled more than nine million passengers a year but after the refurbishment of terminal two next door it became surplus to requirements and closed its doors in two thousand and fifteen so what next for the terminal will he post off the remaining tight lipped is expected to be dismantled in the coming years a relic of a bygone age giving way to
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a new bigger and bolder era in aviation. the music world has been mourning the loss of the swedish born d.j. of e.t. who has died at the age of twenty eight thousands gathered for a memorial dance party in his home says he has stopped cold tributes from musicians including calvin harris and madonna throughout the day he was found dead on friday on holiday and among. his real name was ten battling was one of the world's most popular deejays producing hits like wake me up and hey brother but he struggled with the demands of the lifestyle and retired from touring in twenty sixteen it's spoken about his health problems triggered in part by excessive drinking. sports is just a minute away tatiana will tell us all about the champion you can't say out of
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trouble finding on track conflict again. getting to the heart of the man. if more stuff i can see the turkish cypriot leader calls you today and says let's have talks would you accept facing realities what do you think reunification of look like there are two people think the peace for unification is the only option for prosperity of south korea hear their story on talk to al jazeera i really felt liberated as a journalist was that it was getting to the truth as i would say that's what this jobs bill. the scene for us where on line what is american sign in yemen that peace is always possible but it never happens not because the situation is complicated but because no one cares or if you join us on set there are people that there are choosing between buying medication and eating this is
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a dialogue i want to get in one more comment because this is someone who's an activist and she's posted a story join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera. where they serve the schools use that hysteria thank you very much martine kenyon rana elliott kept choke a has won at the london marathon for the third time and as elise holman reports there was also the prize winner in the women's rice. officially the warmest london marathon on record and with the temperature hovering around twenty three degrees queen elizabeth kicked off proceedings for some forty
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thousand run its marathon bright and i have to charge i was favored for the men's rice and the kenyans didn't disappoint at one stage he was on course for a new world record with floyd in the final stages divination a time of two hours full minutes and seventeen seconds most are with competing in his last race since quitting track running to focus on marathons the thirty five year old last time after an early mix up at a drink station but he still finished third in a british record time ethiopia's surekha town to tulla was a surprise second. felt the impact of the haze in the women's race. defending champion america tiny was the favorite but the kenyan was overtaken by compatriot vivian cherry ought to one of the first london titles a year after making her marathon day blue at the age of thirty three. there was home success in the men's wheelchair race with david we exclaiming victory for
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an eighth the cation while there was a breakthrough win for madison de rozan rio in the women's race the twenty four year old australian of sitting four time champion tatiana mcfadden for her first ever medal in london uli's homan al-jazeera. manchester united of waiting to find out who they'll face in england's f.a. cup final chelsea in southampton kick off in the next few minutes in the second semifinal united sealed their spot with a comeback victory over tottenham on saturday first and second half goals from alexis sanchez and herrera ensuring the two one win united and now through to a record equalling twentieth cup final asl are playing in the english premier league for the first time since alston vendor and now is to be leaving as manager at the end of the season the gun as a one nil are the games west ham stoke leading burnley one nil and later on the wait is finally over for manchester city as they'll be able to celebrate winning
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the title in front of their own fans as they host. barcelona remain the all conquering kings of spanish football fans have been celebrating yet another mass applause from leno messy and co we suarez scoring twice as they thrashed to be a five nil to win the cup it's all right for the fourth season in a row the victory helping ease the pain of being knocked out of the european champions league in the quarterfinals. of us how it happened to us in the super hot at the beginning of the season and it happened in the champions league because of the way we were eliminated and this was another chance we had a lot of one i won't deny when you lose a competition it makes us all more anxious to achieve something just yourselves off and to be great but it's not what the american football player who inspired a movement against racial injustice has received amnesty international's top on a calling cop in it repeatedly nailed to during the national anthem in protest against police treatment of black americans now he's been handed the ambassador of
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conscience award at a ceremony in the netherlands records. a standing ovation for the player who took a stand when the national anthem was played before games began and twenty sixteen colin kaepernick started kneeling in protest when he was quarterback for the san francisco forty nine ers how do you stand for the national anthem of a nation that preaches and propagates freedom and justice for all. justice tell me and the people living there how can you not be in a rage when you know that you're always at risk of death in the streets or in slaves in the prison system how can you willingly be blind to the truth of systemic racialized injustice. former teammate was with kaepernick as he received amnesty international's ambassador of conscience but it's ironic that the stan collender i took wasn't to stand at all but it's taken me. callen didn't nearly process of
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a song or symbolic piece of fabric but he notes to bring awareness of the human rights still being to not people of color he didn't know because he was anti-american but he believes that america should be held to the standard that it has written on paper that we are all created equal be kept in the form of protest wasn't popular with everyone it was viewed as unpatriotic by u.s. president donald trump he urged team understood five players who copied kaepernick he's following in famous footsteps with this award previous recipients include anti-apartheid campaigner and former south african president the light nelson mandela but just like the ambassador of conscience award winners before him happened he chose to speak out despite the risks and expectation for him not to do that. his commitment to the movement is all the more remarkable because of the professional cost to him and alarming levels of the job is that it has attracted
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from those and. thirty year old kaepernick remains out of a job he hasn't played in the n.f.l. since opting out of his contract with the forty niners a year ago. but he continues to be a role model for some youngsters inspiring a new generation such as these schoolchildren and stand to keep taking a stand given calvert out zero zero. the new orleans pelicans are the first team through to the second round of the n.b.a. playoffs they've beaten the portland trail blazers one hundred thirty one to one hundred twenty three to complete a four nothing clean sweep meanwhile the utah jazz have taken a two one lead over the oklahoma city thunder ricky rubio had twenty six points on the night along with eleven rebounds and one hundred a fifth for you toss fast at playoff triple double in seventeen here donovan
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mitchell added twenty two points in a one hundred fifteen to one hundred two wins. two other games were played on saturday the minnesota timberwolves got their first playoff victory since two thousand and four they now lead the houston rockets two one the philadelphia seventy six ers and i will win away from reaching the second round off to be to me miami heat for games on sunday including defending n.b.a. champions the golden state warriors who are in a chance of clean sweeping the san antonio spurs in game four. the tampa bay lightning a through to the second round of ice hockey and h.l. stanley cup playoffs with a victory over the new jersey devils on saturday tampa bay eliminated new jersey in game five macau circuit at nineteen years old and three hundred days became the youngest player and franchise history to score a playoff goal giving the lightning the lead in the first period three one the final result as they closed out the series a four one. they'll need to wait a little longer to find out who progress is with them the boston bruins failed to
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clinch their series with the toronto maple leafs a four three loss on saturday means the series is now at three two. now drama unfolding qualifying for moto g.p. is grand prix of the americas while the champion mark marquez was stripped of pole position and handed a three place penalty for slow riding he was accused of trying to disrupt compadre at mavericks in ya'll as mark has also slid off the track during the stage for the ahl as will instead start from pole position for sunday's race in texas. that has all those poor fanaa more later marty taylor thank you very much indeed and thank you for watching this al-jazeera news hour don't go anywhere because i'll be back in about three minutes or so with much more of the daisy.
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on counting the cost of a trade war a real war and rising debt find out why the i.m.f. and the world bank a warning of risks to the global economy what saudi arabia is ideal oil price and the castro era ends in cuba but an economic blockade remains counting the cost on al-jazeera. conservation ease helping to recover its snow leopard population to see the results i traveled up to the remote nature reserve of saudi chat at a touch camera traps have identified a healthy population of up to twenty snow leopards as the technology improves we're finding all these ways in which our guesses are are getting corrected the latest evidence suggests that more cats than previously acknowledged but the slow leopard trust believes it's premature to downgrade the cats on the international based of threatened species. that are seven million lights in this school.
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each one day still is. one thing to be seen. to be heard that demonstrably. if this guy will be a. witness to the human children thing that i. see a drop in mates learning from other inmates acquiring knowledge that could set them free. through legal education classes and to mock tribunals vegetation has led to staggering results even in prison. recently that they was. teaching empowerment kenya part of the rebel education series at this time on al-jazeera.


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