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this is just one of several billion museums taking part in the project called a meeting point and as well as bringing people together one of its aims is to emphasize the contribution of migrants right up to the present day to western culture office and link it here building because i've been here for some time i can help them with lots of things that moves us forward to me the great thing is it's not just about museums about forming a new life it is part of life it's culture once a strategy of war now the conflict is long over but the adoptions continue one on one east investigates why so many sri lankans disappear without a trace. on al-jazeera. it's impossible to underestimate the size and scale of the economic crisis it's not just about the billion trillion dollars of debt it's not just about the banks it's not just about the government to the real people. in.
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the. syrian town or anova donald trump's decision to pull out of the iran nuclear jail but here are vows to stand by the agreement. though i maryam namazie in london you know without jazeera also coming out. malaysia's former leader my terror mohamed wins a shock election victory ending the sixty year reign of the ruling party three americans released by north korea head home with u.s. secretary of state mike pompei oh and a large explosion is seen at hawaii's kilauea volcano the u.s. geological survey says it could be the first of many. there on supremely says donald trump's decision to pull the united states out of
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the two thousand and fifteen nuclear deal is silly and superficial it cuse the us president of lying and his threatened to quit the landmark agreement if the remaining wild powers called to offer any trade guarantees al-jazeera as a bus driver reports now from to run. the video after the united states tore up the nuclear deal iran set it on fire members of parliament into one burned a printout of the international pact and the american flag a show of anger and disappointment over what they say is a mistake by washington i thought all right all you more him if europe. important countries like russia and china fill this international vacuum perhaps that will be a way to continue otherwise the islamic republic of iran will bring the us to its senses with its nuclear actions they have to know that under such circumstances iran has no commitment to remain in the nuclear position it was in before the. iranians woke up to headlines that highlight the country's internal divisions
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moderates who are currently in government want the deal to go on without trouble hardliners stress the united states cannot be trusted and the agreement should be completely scrapped but both sides are bracing for an economic impact this is your division. the withdrawal means more pressure will be exerted on the people and the country will go back to the days of resorting to smuggling to bring in goods and bypass sanctions i on wednesday iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei drew a line in the sand show me a beaut. days sure go hard for you all heard last night the cheap and impudent remarks of the us president there were maybe more than ten lies more he says he threesome both the establishment and the iranian nation that he will do this and that and i will tell him on behalf of the iranian people mr trump like hell you will. while there is a sliver of hope for the deal to survive the company said he knows iran is asking
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the remaining signatories for the impossible to stand by iran and ignore the global financial threat posed by the united states has. now said that the agreement will stay in place with participation of the three european countries i do not trust these three countries. while the full impact of renewed sanctions have yet to materialize on iranian streets traditional chants of death to america are getting louder once again perhaps the clearest sign of iran's anger was a message from the supreme leader to the american president in it he said that many u.s. presidents have died in their bones that decomposed and the trump two will return to dust and become food for worms but the islamic republic company says it will remain standing same bus ravi olders here at the wrong well at a cabinet meeting trying again warned iran against pursuing its nuclear ambitions i
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would advise iran not to start their nuclear program i would advise them very strongly if they do there will be very severe consequence ok trumpets also threaten sanctions against any other country with links to iran and that could dash hopes for the remaining signatories as they try to salvage the nuclear deal and it's likely to mean a multi-billion dollar trade dispute between the u.s. and some of its allies as paul brennan reports from ballin. any nation that helps iran in its quest for nuclear weapons could also be strongly sanctioned by the united states the message was clear america is out and the other signatories had better follow but they're not going without a fight. it is it is unique this makes the united states the world's economic police and i think that's not an acceptable situation but. we will look at the implications that the withdrawal of the us has for european
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companies and how the europeans can respond together. france germany the e.u. in the u.k. china and russia want to maintain the twenty fifteen agreement and iran has expressed its willing to but all sides understand the trade is the critical issue iran's acceptance of the nuclear restrictions was always dependent on the other signatories ability to deliver economic benefits to tehran without economic benefits is frankly nothing in it for the iranians and so if president trumps sanctions force the signatories to cease trading with iran then the deal is surely dead. since the twenty fifteen deal numerous international companies have promised billions of dollars of investment in iran among the biggest the aerospace giants boeing and airbus have signed deals reportedly worth seventeen billion dollars and ten billion dollars respectively the french oil giant total has contracts worth
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four point eight billion dollars and the automotive group persia has invested four hundred seventy five million dollars back when the original iranian nuclear agreement was tied part of that package was airplane sales so we started to initial deals with iran air which included both seven thirty seven s. and triple serves all of that is subject to u.s. licensing as as it has been throughout the process so we continue to stay completely inside the u.s. government process here. and that we're going to continue to do that going forward can europe really protect a globalized companies from the threats of u.s. sanctions what we. are both sides are protecting a war a company because we should know so. at the end what we think the problem is american law and it's no applicable law here in europe to do more here in germany there is no basis for what he is doing
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the iran nuclear deal enable trade between iran and the e.u. to double to almost twelve billion dollars for the first half and twenty seventeenth and china exported nearly eight billion dollars of goods to iran in the second half of last year a twenty two percent increase to defend that business france is preparing to launch a complaint against america with the world trade organization and the european union is examining so-called blocking legislation there will be frantic shuttle diplomacy at the highest level in the coming days paul brennan al-jazeera belin. well asia's ninety two year old former prime minister has made a triumphant return to power winning enough seats in wednesday's election to form the next government lied to mohammad was once the mentor to his rival prime
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minister najib razak but is now langage to shatter his party sixty year hold on power pride has more from kuala lumpur. but a parking kuala lumpur supporters of the opposition alliance gathered as counting began not knowing what the night would bring. but his own official results started to come in the growing anticipation of a major political upset. i . was. then on a crackly video link appearance by the de facto leader of this opposition movement the former prime minister mahathir mohamad of shows. that. of the i. and likelihood is that it will not be on me the government the day began with malaysia's embattled prime minister najib razak
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voting in an election seen as a test of his credibility he was confident of victory. i believe the people will give a new mandate to paris and national we cannot vote based on slanderous edition because the elections are not about that. he has been plagued by the scandal over the government's one m. d. b. investment fund that had hundreds of millions of dollars allegedly misappropriated now jeep denies any wrongdoing but the controversy brought the return of into the political fray accusing his form a protege of corruption ninety two he remains a potent political force able to draw away supporters from the traditional molay base that has kept the governing party in power for six decades malaysia is now in uncharted territory and sure it seems even how power is meant to be passed on from
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one party to another as years began to sing again about what was happening at our legs you can surround the country so the crowd in this parkers swelled the mood turned into one of your phoria the the expectation that sixty one years of continuous rule by the same party could be coming to an end on this one extraordinary night tonight is a great day that i and i mean that people always want. everybody. to share what is a fantastic the moment that you know for good. and now prepares to be sworn back into office a ninety two year old leader taking his country on a new unprecedented cools bride al-jazeera. rather than. donald trump has promised to reveal the details of a historic summit with north korea's kim jong un within three days but has already
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said it won't be held inside the demilitarized zone this just hours after three u.s. citizens imprisoned in north korea were freed they're now heading back home in a move seen as a goodwill gesture ahead of the summit kathy novak has more from seoul the release of the americans is another sign of the thawing relationship between pyongyang and washington and improves the climate for the proposed summit between donald trump and kim jong un the u.s. president has pushed the case for months saying there's been constant pressure like was fighting very diligently to get the three merkin citizens back. reports that the three had been moved from a labor camp to a hotel in the capital was followed closely in south korea there they received better food and medical treatment this is what we know about the three men kim jong il is a south korean born u.s. citizen who worked as a religious minister in his early sixty's he was detained in twenty fifteen on spying charges a year later he was sentenced to ten years hard labor at
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a government arranged news conference he apparently confessed to stealing military secrets while working with south korea a claim rejected by seoul two of the men have been detained since donald trump became president kim hawke song was detained on suspicion of hostile acts in may twenty seventeen believed to be an ethnic korean born in china he emigrated to the us in the one nine hundred ninety s. he worked at pyongyang university of science and technology. who goes by tony kim was arrested in april twenty seventeen he also worked at the university and was accused of hostile acts trumper had been suggesting that unless the north koreans take real denuclearization steps that he wouldn't go to the summit well the north koreans have given him something else very easy for them to give and now the summit will absolutely go ahead donald trump used to call the north korean leader little rocket men and warned of a hostile reaction to further threats of attack from their western we're best not make any more threats to the united states. they will be met with fire of fury.
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like the world has never seen that in march there was a dramatic turnaround when president trump announced summit plans after a visit by a south korean delegation to the white house the man who is now u.s. secretary of state might pump aoe followed up with visits to north korea to lay the groundwork for talks with president trump as three americans celebrate their release the family of student otto warm beer will be thinking of what could have been arrested in north korea and held for seventeen months he returned to the u.s. in a vegetative state and died days later parents have lodged a wrongful death suit against the north korean government kathy novak al jazeera soul. now there's been a large explosion and hawaii is erupting kellaway a volcano the u.s. geological survey saying that it could be the first of a series of large explosions bunnies have been going door to door to evacuate thousands of residents living near the volcano so far the most dramatic activity
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has been slow moving lava mix which have destroyed dozens of buildings the u.s. geological survey is now warning that eruptions could shoot rock several kilometers into the air and cover a wide area in asheville. and out as they are still to come on the program. gunmen launched coordinated attacks in the afghan capital battling security forces for alice. i will tell you about the one hundred four year old australian scientist who is traveling home flight across the wild and. how the weather is really freshening up in the southeastern corner of australia larry a cloud moving through the by introducing a southerly wind there for melbourne and also for adelaide so temperatures struggle
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to get around to you know forty degrees some blustery shower was blowing in from the south they're not looking too good in tasmania as well further north it is generally fine and dry don't bad in perth around twenty six degrees an easterly wind here for the state going into friday similar values there twenty seven celsius much of australia settled and sunny at this stage but that wet and windy weather not too far away from tasmania smoothly through the tasman it's heading towards new zealand so watch out here we're going to see rain making its way across the south island as we go on the through thursday here we go with that cloud notching in from all directions actually south ali turning increasingly wet for thursday seventeen celsius pretty cloudy in north island to you know just by that cloud thickening up lots of rain as we go on through friday so will be what and windy as we make our way through the latter stages of this week and on into the weekend so as temperatures you notice across such a pattern. maybe a nineteen in the soka twenty two in seoul as
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welcome back a quick look at the top stories this hour u.s. president donald trump has addressed his decision to pull out of the two thousand and fifteen nuclear deal saying iran will negotiate or quote something will happen as being an angry reaction to this intact wrong with politicians bunning the u.s. flag in parliament well asia's opposition leader mohammed has won enough seats in parliament to form the next government and will be sworn in as prime minister on thursday the result ends the nearly sixty year rule of prime minister najib expires on nasional coalition and donald trump has promised to reveal details of the historic summit with north korea's kim jong un within three days but says it won't be held within the demilitarized zone john young has freed three u.s. citizens as a goodwill gesture ahead of the meeting. all total tribes controversial nominee for cia director has testified before a senate committee gene asked for his spent thirty three years working for the cia
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most of it on the cover but it's the work she did interrogating suspects that has some questioning whether she should be leading the spy agency. hearing from washington. you knew there were going to be proved to us. is controversial she was in charge of the secret prison in thailand when. the shiri was tortured but republicans on the committee across the board said that was actually ok with them it's very easy to sit back and criticize the work of the agency with the benefit of hindsight haskell says she wouldn't torture people now but democrats were not convinced mansur yes or no do you believe in hindsight that those techniques were immoral senator what i believe sitting here today is that i support the higher moral standard we have decided to hold ourselves to the question . and i think i've answered the question i have not she went on to say that she
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doesn't believe torture works but with a caveat she never said what she supervised waterboarding was torture we got valuable information from debriefing of al qaeda detainees and i don't i don't think it's noble whether interrogation techniques played a role in that she had to answer for another controversial move she sent the order demanding ninety two videotapes of people being tortured destroyed she blamed her boss and republican seemed convinced of her innocence were telling you responsible for drafting a cable at your boss's direction make any more sense than holding a senate speechwriter responsible for the boring speeches senators given the senate floor senator all deferred to you. some have warned giving her the job would send the message that the u.s. like president trump is ok with torture at least one democrat now says he doesn't agree making it likely she will be the next leader of the cia pedicle hain
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al-jazeera washington. now the news from afghanistan was going to relaunch coordinated attacks in the afghan capital killing at least seven people including two police officers seventeen others were injured when three separate explosions struck kabul followed by gunfire the government says at least eight suicide bombers took part in the attacks overall one of which has been blamed claimed by i still see all the by the taliban jennifer glass is in kabul and she spoke to us about what the government is doing in response to the increasing number of attacks. the interior minister went on television actually to defend his police forces and his security forces now he says in his defense the interior ministry doesn't have enough of the intelligence equipment to try and prevent these attacks and he says that the attackers are getting help from outside from from organizers outside of afghanistan he says the intelligence services do have some of the equipment needed to try and slow these attacks but the interior ministry has
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a lot to take care of they're trying to they're trying to protect voting centers to try to protect embassies they're trying to protect ministries and we just learned in the last couple of weeks because the afghan security forces are actually down by more than thirty five thousand over last year that army as well as police and security forces so it's an uphill battle for them. now a flurry of diplomatic activity has been continuing amid discussions around north korea that the leaders of japan south korea and china are all meeting in tokyo what was seen as a large nice annual trilateral summit with the leaders of japan south korea and china hadn't come together since two thousand and fifteen the relationship between the three countries has been difficult because of several issues including north korea but it's north korea that's largely responsible for bringing them together again after last month's into korean summit young yang's newfound diplomacy was top of the agenda. we welcomed and expressed our congratulations to the success of the
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third into korean summit and i hope that the leaders' meeting between the d.p. r. k. and the united states will materialize and we support the dialogue between japan and the d.p. r. k. into course the timing of the summit couldn't have been better for japan's prime minister shinzo are bare amid plummeting approval ratings at home he hosted south korean president in and china's premier league chang and thrust japan back into discussions around north korea. we must take the recent momentum up and work towards security in northeast asia and we must cooperate even though with international society making sure this is leaving very concrete action by north korea it ever after so much focus on meetings between north korean leader kim jong un and his counterparts from south korea china and possibly the united states this summer gave a chance to lay out what his country wants from negotiations on the denuclearization
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of the korean peninsula among them the return of japanese abducted by north korea in the one nine hundred seventy s. and eighty's the prime minister said he asked the other leaders for this support in trying to bring them home despite the general unity on display there are differences in how best to approach the station if you. and the apparent change in attitude from pyongyang china and south korea want more engagement and more aid for north korea japan wants to maintain the maximum pressure it feels that it sanctions that it will north korea into the open and that keeping and making sure everyone and forces them is the only way to ensure a promise is a kept wayne in a al-jazeera tokyo. israel has ordered a senior representative of human rights watch to leave the country within two weeks the interior ministry says it has terminated the residency of u.s. citizen care who is the group's israel and palestine director is accused of
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promoting a boycott against israel human rights watch has denied the accusation and says it will challenge the decision in court now at least six people have died in a riot at a high security prison feisal suspects in indonesia al jazeera has been told that several gods are being held hostage at deep south of the capital jakarta security forces are trying to restore calm the unrest follows the detention of three suspected i still government accused of planning to attack jakarta's police headquarters set bassam has more from outside the prison in depok. it's a serious blow to the highly trained in the anti terror police brigade after several of their members have been killed during a hostage situation at one of the best protected prisons in the country it all happened after a group of inmates managed to break out of their cell block and get hold of weapons and ammunition one of the demands of the inmates is to be released as soon as
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possible and also to meet with among. the self-proclaimed leader of. who's currently on trial for an attack in shock after in two thousand and sixteen prosecutors say he planned this attack from behind bars the situation at the highly protected prison raises a lot of questions about the notoriously overcrowded detention centers in indonesia where often mobile phones and laptops can still be found a similar raju took place in the last year and after the riot police found myself. the above all a virus has reemerged in the same area of the democratic republic of congo where another outbreak was eradicated last year at least seventeen people have died in a car a world health organization says two of them tested positive for w h o n doctors without borders or sending teams to help prevent the highly infectious disease from spreading this is the night outbreak in the d.r. c. in the past forty years. hundreds of people have protested in montenegro after the
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latest attack on a journalist in the balkan country the protesters of the capital because that the government has not done enough to tackle violence against the press have been a number of incidents in recent years including on tuesday when a reporter called all of our luggage was shot outside her home the general manager of a newspaper says there's been a total of twenty five attacks on its offices and journalists went out to armenia where the new prime minister has visited the disputed region of nagorno-karabakh on his first official day on the job the area is recognized internationally as part of azerbaijan but has been controlled by ethnic amini and forces since one thousand nine hundred forty said he's ready for talks with azerbaijan about the issue but wants the separatists to take part as well as a by john said his trip showed either naive or ignorance now an elderly academic preparing for assisted suicide says he has no hesitation about ending his
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life david good will who does not have a terminal illness has said that he hopes his story will encourage others to take a more liberal view on assisted dying so i go to reports. it's not the end that he wanted but it is one that he has fought to have one hundred four years old the australian scientist david good old has spent the last few days saying goodbye to friends and relatives before joining halfway across the world to end his life. dr is no wrong with very. he's not suffering from any serious illness but as stressed by his increasing dependence on relatives to look after him he played tennis until he was ninety years old and performed in the theatre group as his physical condition deteriorated made worse by a fall his daughter karen provided round the clock support to avoid going into
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a care home ultimately it was dr google's own decision to go through with the assisted suicide one that his family has had to come to terms with. he's lived. a really good one hundred four years and. you know whatever happens whatever choices i'm a. there up to him assisted suicide is approved in the australian state of victoria where dr goodall once lived and where he previously attempted to take his own life because he's not terminally ill he was denied the state's help to kill himself an advocacy group exit international raised money for his trip to an end of life clinic in switzerland and accompanied him along with his relatives the quite common question that poll if you're sick sick no chance of recovery should you be able to get lawful help to die you'll get eight out of ten people in most western countries
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will say yes to that the question really is why hasn't that translated through the democratic process into evolution of legislation a bit harder to answer mine leigh we think that it's fear on the part of many politicians that they'll be targeted because of their support for something that they would see as controversial in this case ultimately it came down to one man's desire to choose what he said would be a peaceful dignified death a decision dr google hopes everyone can sympathize with as well as respect. our jazeera. some breaking news now israel saying that iranian forces on the syrian side of the golan heights of fide approximately twenty projectiles or rockets at its targets damage is said to be limited a few of the rockets were intercepted no reports of any casualties.
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now a quick look at the top stories donald trump has addressed his decision to pull out of the two thousand and fifteen nuclear deal saying iran will negotiate or quote something will happen has been an angry reaction in tehran to the decision with legislators burning the u.s. flag in parliament iran's supreme leader has also blasted the move as silly and superficial. to go hard for you all heard last night the cheap and impudent remarks of the u.s. president there were maybe more than ten lies multi-seat you three some both the establishment and the iranian nation that he will do this and that and i will tell him on behalf of the iranian people mr trump like hell you will well asia's ninety two year old former prime minister has made a triumphant return to power winning enough seats in wednesday's elections to form the next government latera muhammad was once the mentor to his rival prime minister najib razak and is now managed to shatter his party sixty year hold on power. well
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donald trump has told a cabinet meeting that details of a historic summit with north korea's kim jong un will be revealed within three days but he has said the meeting will not be held inside the demilitarized zone between the north and south three u.s. citizens imprisoned in north korea been freed and are now on their way back to the u.s. with the u.s. secretary of state like peo president trump is tweeted that he will meet the man when they landed andrews air force base in maryland has been a fairly large explosion in hawaii erupting cutaway a volcano the u.s. geological survey says it could be the first of a series of explosions but he have been going door to door to evacuate thousands of residents living near the volcano so far the most dramatic activity has been slow moving larva leaks which have destroyed dozens of buildings the u.s. geological survey is warning that eruptions could shoot rock several kilometers into the air and cover a wide area in asheville. gunmen have launched coordinated attacks in
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the afghan capital killing at least seven people including two police officers seventeen others were injured when three separate explosions struck kabul followed by gunfire. those are the headlines that set for myself and the team here in london there will be more news from doha in about twenty five minutes time so do stay with us for that fault line starts now. al-jazeera world to meet some extraordinary women. who are making things happen their way. following their daily struggle to survive. for their families to thrive.


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