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fags that's why i own guns dangerous power with the listening punched on al-jazeera . al-jazeera. and i'm jane dutton this is the news our live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes polls have just opened in colombia where voters will select a new president an election that could test the government's peace deal with former rebels consider three words from north korea's kim jong un reportedly expresses his intentions to end a history of confrontation on the korean peninsula plus. the passengers have a strong determination to break the siege whatever the circumstances palestinians
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turn to desperate measures to break and israeli blockade and get medical help for those who desperately need this. what do you say to the millions of people who watch cricket innocently believing expect competition they spend good money watching cricket and you are actually corrupting the game and algis their investigation expose the plot to bribe players to fix cricket matches and far as small have all the day's sport including gareth bale stars as around madrid when a third straight champions league title by beating liverpool in the final. polls have just opened in colombia where they are electing a new president it is a vote that could decide the fate of the twenty sixteen peace agreement between the government and the fox rebels latin america added to this in yemen as more from the capital bogota. he's the most politically inexperienced of all the candidates
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a conservative has an enviable advantage he's the protege of colombia's still immensely popular former president. like his right wing mentor duke is a staunch critic of the two thousand and sixteen peace accord reached with colombia's fark rebels which many complain was too soft he told al-jazeera he would start by making a fundamental change to get the most out of much more response others that we want the leaders responsible for crimes against humanity to be obliged to tell the truth about what they did to compensate the victims and to go to prison no question the republicans big. but that wasn't the original deal and many fear changing it could read night a war that lasted for more than fifty years. on the opposite extreme of the ideological divide is former bogota mayor. colombia's first truly competitive left wing presidential candidate. he says maintaining peace and promoting social justice
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are his priorities through his feared by the business sector and others who predict he'd turn colombia into another venezuela. the problem with petrol is the governability would be very complicated he would clash with the establishment but do reprise it's colombia's past with war and the implementation of the peace accords. but there are other options including with the us moderate former mayor said he would have had a little and center right wing former vice president his man but as yet us polls indicate neither is likely to make it to an expected runoff but then lately polls have been wrong but this is colombia's first presidential election since the fark laid down its weapons but the army is nevertheless being deployed nationwide to guarantee security here and they're not expecting any trouble but that's not the case in other parts of the country where there are still rebel groups at large.
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colombians have several choices the question is whether or not they will choose a new president who will stay on the current course of peace. you see in human i'll just. cut and harding as a latin america analyst and director of latin for that is a consultancy and information service on the left american joins us now from manchester via skype i know elections are important but this is a pretty important one is it isn't it on just one a high importance or what being a role the peace process plays in it. well opinion polls have suggested that other issues are more important to voters such as health education corruption jobs unemployment and so on miller everyday concerns but of course they the most delicate issue at stake as we have heard is the is the future of the peace process and if you don't look a right wing candidate wouldn't say we didn't take a look at it approach and this could be some people's fear. imperiled whole thing
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in certainly draw them with a more dissident and a filmmaker at the miami the shark had to take of their weapons again a number of already gone into organized crime and there is a fear that disorder could spread if it's too punitive the attitude is it's imposed i mean other than that what sort of role what of significance are the former fighters having in these elections. it is and it is a record in dish to. be in problems with the as we know the that the club set up only the scale that was made in two thousand and sixteen divided the country right down middle. the issue as far as is iran to his concerns far as conservatives are concerned is that likely that the former guerrillas that they got blair to have been giving him
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a lock seats in congress are for several years that they have allowed in some cases . token sentences. now that there's a feeling that there hasn't been enough compensation for the victims of past crimes and. if there's an attempt by an incoming president to change the emphasis that we still have that this this could become a very very delicate issue indeed a country which has of course there's a long tradition of armed conflict and internal divisions and needing to which involves ok you touched on deck and i'm just one of what the differences between those running for the top job now what distinguishes them. well you know because the process has a. little president out there with a baby president. a tough right we've got. to continue the basic economic model which has been. very recent years which is
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a sort of treat market model. and the size of the ticket lady extorts of the oil and coal will be. damned the emphasis on the private sector will start with the true and it's the left wing candidate it will try to. increase social spending increase the government's role in the economy and the drive to search of course is not very happy. he says that isn't moderate it is his views some policy was a guerrilla force at work in the old days that called and nineteen which no longer exists and now believes in taking tacit illegal politics now it is regarded with suspicion by the private sector that it is expected that he would introduce but. far reaching. base in the economy the way the country is run if he picked a president thank you very much for talking to us. this really how army has fired
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into the southern gaza strip killing three palestinians the attack happened near the city of khan yunis two boats will set sail from gaza this week with palestinians who need urgent hospital care they'll try to break a blockade imposed by israel which has prevented medical supplies from getting into the territory and patients to get out hospitals have been struggling to treat thousands of palestinians have been wounded by israeli bullets joining recent protests bennet's house reports. gaza is blockaded by israel on all sides sea included but this week two boats loaded with patients who need hospital treatment and students with university places will try to breach israel's sea blockade which begins sixteen kilometers out in the mediterranean the passengers have a strong determination to break this siege whatever the circumstances whatever the challenges whatever the obstacles that would have been that would be imposed by the
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israeli side gaza's hospitals are full of patients who need urgent medical treatment there are those injured in two months of protests and longer term cases at least now i have sixty five of them already admitted those who would want to do in the marshall for turn but there are many other cases of cancer and open heart surgeries and many other complicate newer surgical cases all the better cases all of them need to travel abroad because of shortage of facilities induced by the israeli blockade in gaza strip and why can't they travel abroad because the bulk of our seed must of time and these patients should probably one time he can say to a patient why when cancer come back after three months and he will deteriorate and you have too much complication they cannot wait lifelong waiting for the spot adopting. the boats that will be used to being kept hidden organizers fear israel will try to destroy them before they leave the port and reality the boats are not going to get any further than israel's maritime blockade which is as tightly and harshly enforced as the land blockade but at least those on the boats will
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highlight again the open prison like conditions that there are here in gaza that prevent almost anyone from leaving burnitz with al-jazeera gaza south korea's president in says north korea is committed to denuclearization that kim jong un is looking forward to meeting u.s. president donald trump and then spoke after a surprise meeting on saturday with kim their kids to meet regularly and thomas reports from seoul. the surprise summit the second meeting in a month between moon j. and kim jong un was arranged just hours in advance it was held in secret this footage she was released only afterwards by the two governments of north korea's with excited commentry attached. so. what's clear is that the sudden into a korean summit was a direct response to donald trump's letter canceling the june twelfth north korea u.s. summit the leaders of both careers want that back on littlejohn's. we have agreed
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that the two top summit should be held successfully and that our journey to the korean peninsula as denuclearization em perpetual peace should not be halted president said kim jong un once again committed to denuclearize ation and that he had told him that president trump in return would end hostile relations and cooperate economically this was not a meeting president trump was told about in advance but in washington tonight he hinted he could yet be travelling to singapore a lot of people are working on it it's moving along very nicely so we're looking at june twelfth singapore that hasn't changed. and it's more along pretty well analysts the splits on who's driving the agenda donald trump is seen as a person who can start a war and the last say forty eight hours to get maybe more of the fear that dormant
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thompson is stray from is going to cancel the summit and then this view to a new escalation of tension some probably of what if this year has been decisive others think it's kim in the driving seat they think his commitment to denuclearize nation means u.s. withdrawal from the region to not unilateral north korean disarmament in exchange for the lifting of sanctions i think it's the north koreans driven disengagement consolidate for strategic nuclear deterrence they've decided that they can push forward on the groceries not only with the united states but also south korea and reengage with china they have a clear pathway forward whoever is driving the june twelfth singapore summit is looking a lot more likely than it was it seems like longer but it was only three days ago that the u.s. the north korean summit was suddenly called off since then we've been on what some have called a diplomatic rollercoaster roller coasters run along cranks someone designs them plans the twists and turns this ride is altogether different and
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a lot more serious under thomas al jazeera so. the white house says it won't lift sanctions on venezuela despite the release of an american citizen president donald trump welcomed back at joshua hole to have been in prison for two years on weapons charges he was arrested while in venezuela for his wedding release came after a meeting between u.s. senator bob corker and venezuelan president nicolas maduro on friday expensive ahead on the news including marching against refugees germany's far right party takes its message to the streets plus. all we hearing him is paying lip service to corruption and say he's going to do both and he's going to do that one. days i haven't seen anybody been arrested yet so that's because the run opposes spent his first one hundred days in office but is he living up to his promises. in sport egypt's lucky loser makes his grand slam debut details coming up.
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a protest against refugees is taking place in berlin the far right party alternative for germany is marching through the capital it swept into parliament last year on a wave of anti migrant sentiments and is now the largest opposition party extra police being deployed because pro refugees supporters are holding a counter-demonstration called stop the hatred there's even a flotilla of boats on the river and many on board could be seen taunting far right marches since twenty fifteen more than a million refugees of arrived in germany as part of chancellor angela merkel's open door policy last year she agreed to cap the number of arrivals at two hundred thousand a year as a concession joining talks to form a new government last month merkel agreed to take in ten thousand people selected by the un's refugee agency for
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a resettlement program it's not clear which countries they will come from david chase's live in berlin house of playing our david. greene you surely know of the london world think that's where you will turn to germany rally now stop and they're being addressed by their own leaders some five thousand will serve in my estimation march without any real violent movie years and live on the now actually home if i might take you it's a very good description of exactly what the situation is here at the moment if you just follow me there's a very large crowd will turn to just a thin black line of police. and if you carry on with me through to the brandenburg gate behind me you see the crowds who are protesting against what we've been hearing from them the praise nazi scum they want to block out the messages being
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talked about now as the old turns if the germany rally but they have been rising in the polls change they have actually be overtaking the green party they are now the main opposition voice here in germany and that was their beginning to eat away at the social democrats from the front of the election and so they are chasing changing the actual face of all politics and you're beginning to hear much for our noise. xenophobia and tension the racist phrases even within the bundestag with the old ones that germany have more than one p.c. so this is having an impact on german politics and the protests here realize that they have to fight them wherever they appear and i would not fight is highly verbal that trying to drown each other out but there's absolutely no doubt that the refugee crisis here has frozen up swelling of emotion particularly the support of
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the party has come from the east of germany from blue collar workers people who are unemployed the older generation the sickly who are worried that the whole communities are being altered by more than one million refugees in the sense of. self-respect. but i think the behind me now. the police how you can move in trying to salvage a huge volume of noise from the people who represent some of these little faces justice and those who returning it may be a better opinion for the da to cite the pot size. of germany for the first time ever there is an extreme right wing voice in the film the start of the first. i was being heard on the streets of berlin and that's why they're being so vocal trying to drown out that we all turn to germany next week and make sure that they do not alter the politics and the liberalism that has taken strong was here. and i think
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you can hear me about that david i'm just wondering what sort of ramifications this will have politically. was impossible say at the moment but certainly having ramifications within withdrawn coalition of the party in the social democrat versus democrat very want much more liberal policy for the refugees to my family. but i got a miracle party that she said that they are very carefully watching the way that there's an increase in polling precinct voting will be right there that's trying to modify their policy putting in strict budget for refugees coming in seeking asylum in germany and therefore things are very good in parliament sells a little bit may be very very good for germany and vision of the future is being
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for this just recently by the liberal side but even. having to adapt some way i don't change the rules only of your leader and realize that you know this way and the having to serve now and i will have to say that that's the case. all right david chase and let's leave it that looks like it's going to be a long day. of thousands of people have marched in paris against french president emmanuel micron's economic reforms. criticism police force during the demonstration organizers accuse the president of the juicing workers' rights and favoring the rich but mcluhan says. his changes are meant to make france's economy more competitive. the biggest mosque in the kashmir valley has become the center of a separatist battle an end in administered kashmir fighting between police and separatists escalated the jammy
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a mosque and sure to go after friday prayers it was a scene of protests on saturday shot of bellus reports then yes there was no no no no no kashmir is biggest mosque has become a political battlefield outside its gates and tryna go muslim separatist to moms and indian rule over the land kashmir has been disputed since nine hundred forty seven and on friday its holiest mosque became the stage for who should rule this land john muir margaret three of the grand mosque isn't just the center of faith for the people of downtown but it has reverence in the hearts of every individual of genuine kashmir and any kind of violation of sanctity done to jimmy a mosque will not be tolerated. in the muslim holy month of ramadan after friday prayers came the most damning of actions police say young men waved separatist flags and threw rocks at them after previous they say dozens of police
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were injured and denied excessive use of force. fifty protesters were hurt their banners and stones no match for the government's going to worship it's of surrender to the. food they started with firing shock and pellets and stun grenades the mosque was violated very badly which is very unfortunate on the part of the government young boys were injured in the dozens they then entered the mosque for their safety afterwards no prayers could be held because the mosque needed to be cleaned. it needs to be cleaned of blood staining its six hundred year old flumes blood from people like danish a student who went to pray and may never again see his beloved most saw him now most bottom up. he said as soon as the press and it heard screams from outside and then the police directly fired at the worshipers now the doctors say his eye will has burst and will cost about four thousand dollars for his treatment we are a poor family how can we arrange such
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a huge sum one mother lived praying for an answer but from beside a hospital. the mosque gates a lot thousands of kashmiri muslims unable to pray in the most revered site during the holiest month until the blood is removed and shell casings collected the hopeful it can remain a haven from the tensions that surround its walls charlotte dallas. the aid group doctors without borders says dozens of refugees and migrants have been shot and wounded while trying to escape human traffickers in libya the victims were from eritrea ethiopia and somalia they fled the town of bani walid on wednesday the local hospital says twenty of them are being treated for torture related injuries doctors without borders says fifteen people were killed and twenty five injured during the scape but there was no immediate confirmation from local authorities would up the what is in tripoli. according to medical sources in the city of benny
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will lead seven of the wondered migrants received treatment for serious ones of gunshots including broken bones and eighteen others received medical treatment for minor injuries now according to you and see our hundreds of migrants still remain in unofficial detention centers controlled by people smugglers and traffickers in the city of beni will lead why the city of benny will lead because benny will lead first of all is approved and it has not been controlled by any of the rebel governments for the last seven years and also many what it is the hub is the linking point between the cells of libya and the north and usually people smugglers and traffickers bring migrants from the south were the borders are unmonitored are not controlled very spacious unmonitored borders so the traffickers and people
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smugglers bring those migrants from the south to the city of beni will lead and then the keep them there and there. face a lot of violations including extortion force of labor and also beating now from beni will lead they. being sent being sent to the to the coast where they usually take and sail to europe and in most cases those doing is capsize in the mediterranean and many migrants die in the sea for russian soldiers have been killed in syria the russian defense ministry says they died while fighting in the city of their resort in the east says forty three rebels were killed four people have been killed in airstrikes on the yemeni capital sana'a that's according to the who think controlled news agency subba the saudi led strikes hit a building that housed an oil company eleven others were injured. military
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commanders in iraq say the defeat of doesn't mean the threat is over they were. training with the u.s. led coalition that helped win the fight against the group but the presence of foreign troops remains a contentious issue some advantage of it was given rare access to a coalition base run by spanish troops. it's a hot day during ramadan but these iraqi soldiers must complete their task officers are being trained to become trainers for their own troops. iraqi forces need to maintain control after the defeat devices and hang it on the mo we have eliminated i so militarily we have retaken all the iraqi territories now we are conducting hunting down and pursuing missions and intensifying intelligence work our fight now is a fight of intelligence prowess. as small units are learning how to navigate alleyways in a me controlled territory. a civil guard unit is conducting this course at the spanish
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run base as part of the u.s. led coalition the commander says exercises are important for iraqi forces to maintain security. to train iraqi forces to be able to provide a safe and secure environment. after years of traveling their shooting skills it's time for more verbal communication it's important for iraqi soldiers to know how to serve warrants and make arrests they need a different method from fighting eisel training for war equally important as training these troops are not just training for arbonne warfare but also how to maintain urban peace in an environment which is close combat. u.s. troops are also helping maintain the readiness of iraqi forces after the two thousand and three invasion u.s. forces were seen by many as occupiers since then there has been a growing military partnership. u.s. led coalition forces have provided weapons and training to build the iraqi army
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despite their close coordination the presence of u.s. troops in iraq remains politically sensitive and we're going to maintain i'm unsure at the iraqi security forces have what they need the u.s. commander says their mission is important even after isis defeat i think there's still a need of course that not enable be the decision of this government of iraq and the next government that comes because we're here on their imitation but we see now that we move to more of an operational and strategic level assistance that we can provide what i think after the initial collapse against isis iraq's military regroup to hunt down fighters and recapture to treat iraqi soldiers are confident they have learned from past mistakes and not ready to confront challenges head on. osama bin job it out of there or. iraq it's time for the weather which is good news on thunderstorms affecting many parts of europe yes being quite interests of the last twenty four hours change london u.k. is taking a lot of hits in fact all across europe we've seen some one hundred twenty thousand
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lightning strikes in a space of twenty four hours and many of these close clusters are directly related to thunderstorm activity and you know over the coming days i think that we have a slight distribution change as far as the storms are concerned but there's still going to be there all the way through towards the early part of next week we're going to see this sort of scenario replayed time and time again but in different areas each day starts from the main problem trying to work out the main areas at risk from these severe storms so easy pickings for photographers across the u.k. capital last night there the stone close moving away across parts of wales into northern england then towards the southwest but also across the low countries current impelled him a lot of storm activity and down across france and these are all have the potential to have flash flooding which again does have the risk of a risk to life so great cautions required so keep updated on forecasts in those local areas with basic stories it's warm and sunny for many for much of the time with temperatures well into the twenty's across the vast swathes of europe on
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across their beer in peninsula where temperatures are struggling there just twenty degrees in lisbon and all good doesn't look that threatening on there trust me underneath all those blobs there's a potential for some really severe thunderstorms developing. thanks richard lots more still ahead tonight the campaign is pushing to make new york city mall accessible to everyone who travel to india to see conservations are trying to save the unique one horned dryness. and then scold the warriors stay alive in their n.b.a. conference finals against the rockets will have all the drama coming up later in the program. i really felt liberated as a journalist was. getting to the truth as i was that's what this job. it was one of the biggest bank robberies of modern times with over eighty million dollars stolen from bangladesh central bank one used to investigate how cyber
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hackers implicated the global banking system and on al-jazeera. the sams in archaeology graduate from iraq he's also a part time going to pergamon museum which includes a reconstruction of the famous ishtar gate in babylon most of the people he's showing around came to germany as refugees this is just one of several billion museums taking part in the project called mall talk of 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. because i've been here for some time i can help them with lots of things that news is forward to me the great thing is it's not just about museum just about forming a new life here part of life is culture. what
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you know there's a. tough choice colombians are letting a new president a vote could decide the vait of the the fate of. twenty sixteen peace agreement between the government. and rebels isn't a candid as he's already served his maximum two terms. two birds will set sail from gaza this week with palestinians in need urgent hospital care they'll try to break the blockade imposed by israel which has prevented medical supplies from getting into the territory and patients from leaving. south korea's president says north korea is committed to denuclearize asian spoke after a surprise meeting on saturday with kim to meet regularly china says it hopes president next month can still go ahead. it's been a hundred days and so run a person became south africa's president he took office after his predecessor jacob
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zuma resigned under pressure from his party zuma had been in power for eight years but faced several allegations of corruption welcome where reports from johannesburg . they called it. the reaction of many south africans went through ramaphosa became president in february things had gone from bad to worse for his predecessor jacob zuma his eight years were blighted by a series of corruption scandals. last year people protested calling for him to step down eventually resigned under pressure from his own party to run opposed has been promising to clean up ever since this is the year in which we would turn the tide on corruption in our public institutions. he began with a cabinet reshuffle some of the controversial ministers. but all the state
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including this man. now minister of home affairs leaked documents linked him to major corruption scandals he denied involvement. but it seems rum oppose a has helped investor confidence south africa's currency the rand and its credit ratings have stabilized since he took over but the political opposition says it's not enough and i haven't seen anybody going to jail for the corruption top of the corruption in south africa all we hearing him is paying lip service to corruption and say he's going to do both and he's going to do that one hundred days i haven't seen anybody been arrested yet. last month from oppose a cut short a trip to a commonwealth summit in london people protested in the northwest province they demanded the governor zuma ally to step down over all delivery of public services frequently recurring issue in south africa. another key issue is land since apartheid most of it still belongs to the white minority many black people the
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landless on the pressure from opposition in february opposes a.n.c. supported a motion in parliament to try and amend the constitution to allow government expropriation of land without payment historically the a.n.c. is rhetoric has been radical with politicians promising redistributions of wealth but in practice its economic policies are centrist in that respect in spite of the talk of land redistribution things haven't really changed much on the run opposer he's been on the boards of several corporations is widely seen as a friend to big business with presidential elections due next year rahm opposes performance in the months ahead will determine if the a.n.c. can still win the majority it's always enjoyed malcolm webb al-jazeera johannesburg south africa rolls not to cause a political analyst and author of the book when zuma goes he says run the pose as restore confidence in south africa. there are high expectations as to what he could
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have achieved within the first hundred days but as a correctly stated when you look into government institution you look at key ministries such as national treasury such as a state on entities where corruption was beginning to actually sit in he has changed leadership in those institutions and i do think when it comes to actually people going to jail for corruption and due course is being followed we have seen a higher level investigation in virus provinces where people are being investigated so i think that when it comes to confidence there is generally a sigh of relief among south africans that now they have a president with a sense of what is wrong and what is right but of course it will take time to unseat the league last year presenter can do much administration and eight years of corruption will not be undone in four months. thousands of albanians have rallied in the capital calling for the resignation of the prime minister of alleged organized crime links opposition protesters marched in toronto well chanting for
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any roma to stand down some even threw stones at his office building and the interior ministry the government has dismissed the accusations as a fabrication designed to undermine his hopes of membership the leader of his opposition democratic party. says the government is putting the country's future in danger. obedience are protesting against government school or the nation. which is undermining the future of. our european integration efforts we demand the resignation of interior minister for new job. brother he's an international drug trafficker sentenced to believe we're not going to do algis there is investigative unit has exposed a match fixer from an organized crime syndicate it claims to have bribed international cricketers to perform the match fix
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a correctly predicted how players in two test matches would play at a certain point during the game david harrison has a six closer report al-jazeera went on the cover posing as wealthy investors to investigate corruption in cricket. how serious we are on human no is a much fixer from mumbai he told us we could make huge sums of money from betting on his information. both the allegedly fixed matches were played in india and involved in england and australia the governing body for world cricket the international cricket council so he was taking all findings very seriously and has launched an investigation. indian intelligence sources confirm that menow works for a powerful criminal organization called the de company. it controls most of india's huge illegal betting market said to be worth sixty billion dollars a year now told us players have been paid to underperform at certain points during
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the two matches and only two minutes you will now. have he says the fix is all settings were arranged for india versus england in two thousand and sixteen and for india australia last year was the death. yes i think. we setting off yet but. i'm a little bit upset and his predictions were accurate in both matches our investigation also exposed three former international cricket players who were prepared to take money to fix matches one of them is has son reza the former pakistan star he agreed to play in the tournament set up soley for match fixing are you interested person would you play. to sri lanka players or color to go and de lara locker or t.v. would also play in the band that's just not
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a good idea the fake tournament was planned by dubai based gourab raj kumar blubbered problem was told to be like puppets exactly yes you are just going to go to court. now what do you say to the millions of people who watch cricket innocently believing it's fair competition they spend good money watching cricket and you are actually corrupting the game. and get. menar and all three players declined to comment raj kumar said al-jazeera had invited him to act in a movie for public entertainment only david harrison al-jazeera london. under mansell is a cricket analyst and podcast hosts he says corruption in france begins in the minor leagues it's not a great look for the game when you have this sort of news coming out but i also think it's a bit of a wake up call for the two national cricket council that that the bookmakers are
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looking for another way in so they've got to start to take more of an active role in preparing and maybe take more of an active role in looking at these small the twenty leagues that a cropping up now more and more all the time and just making sure that there's no corruption going on in the smaller legs i think the i.c.c. have done a lot in cleaning up the international game and which is meant that the bookmakers need to find other ways of influencing their results so approaching a ground man or maybe looking at these lower level a twenty legs is the way to go the fact that the international team does so well educated and now by the anti corruption unit i think has pushed these these bookmakers away from the main game and if any thing we're saying you know like a twenty groundsman banco it's rather than the the main international players and you can watch the entire episode of that exclusive investigation into a cricket match fixing writer on al-jazeera sunday at twenty chante. a large
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vaccination campaign against it is underway in democratic republic of congo where doctors have discovered more people with the disease ten people have died and says the five cases are confirmed health agencies want to prevent a repeat of the train to fourteen outbreak in west africa that killed at least eleven thousand people. in the city of banda bowl is on everybody's minds doctors are trying to get people back to nature as fast as they can the current outbreak was declared nearly three weeks ago but the alarm increased last week when the first case was confirmed here in banda a busy transport hub by the river congo because a bowler is spread through close physical contact with infected people city life creates a major challenge something that we africans says this man and we have a culture of shaking hands when we meet people you can't stop them from one day to the next but we hope desensitization teams can bring real life cases of
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a poll of deaths to convince people. the world health organization is sending thousands of doses of an experimental vaccine to promote the program the d r c's health minister has been given a job at a local treatment center in where he met united nations officials in the health workers. this week relatives helped three people with the a polar virus to escape from an isolation ward here taking them to a prayer meeting two of them died the next day another reminder of the work still to be done in educating people about the risks involved but not for the fish even you know. didn't you think it was just a question of communication over this keep talking keep talking be sure to check in with friends keep talking. and that's a priority shared with representatives from the world health organization in geneva what is really important that we redouble our efforts to engage with the community
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so everyone understands how it all is being transmitted and that keeping the sick person at home not only decreases the chances of survival for this person because this person is not receiving supportive treatment but is also putting at risk the whole family. the un children's agency unicef has installed hand washers in dozens of schools to get the message across to the youngest generation previous a bowler outbreaks in the d.l.c. have been small in the government's hoping this one will be to. al-jazeera ride sharing services like have changed the way people travel but those with disabilities say they're being left behind a number of lawsuits are making their way through u.s. courts to make all forms of transportation accessible in the problem is particularly acute in new york city christianson to me as part of us is on the
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global state of disability access. wheelchair bound valerie joseph gets picked up curbside every morning at her home in the outskirts of new york city to ride to work is made possible through access a ride part of the city's public transportation system to seventy five base fare going from and to you can get to round trips a day sounds like a good deal if you qualify but trips must be booked twenty four hours in advance and her commute with other passengers can take up to two hours each way nearly one hundred fifty thousand disabled new yorkers rely on public transportation that includes the city's aging subways new york subway system has the lowest rate of wheelchair accessibility of any major transit system in the united states only a quarter of the stations are accessible and that's where the elevators are working jose hernandez described one instance recently when they were not. gotten away
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somewhere something like sixteen soames subway stops it walk a fine elevator that was working that journey alone took me a minute an additional two hours in elevator performance disability advocates have had to resort to protests like this and lawsuits just to try to get the public transit authority to comply with an existing law that requires stations be made obsessive will whenever they undergo major renovations just as they sued to win an agreement to make fifty percent of new york's yellow taxis handicapped accessible by two thousand and twenty but then over showed up and were allowed to operate without any regulation so our agreement is at risk the amount of accessibility with sixty thousand inaccessible vehicles added to the city streets. it's doing it's just not what it should be a lack of access to transportation advocates say is one reason less than thirty percent of disabled people in new york city work valerie is one of them and
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a plaintiff in one of several lawsuits against hoover demanding they make more of their cars accessible i am a tax where i go to work i have a life and i need to get her out i can't always plan my life on a nine to five and she is willing to fight so people like her can have not only a job but also a life outside of it kristen salumi al-jazeera new york u.s. astronauts alan bean who was the fourth man to walk on the moon has died at the age of eighty six being made two tours into space one being the apollo twelve mission to the moon and another commanding a crew to skylab america's first space station he later gave up those adventures to become a painter and past interviews about his career he said he felt like he had won the lottery. well i felt i was one of the luckiest guys on earth particularly since my profession was flying airplanes and it looked like your more dance to way to do
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airplanes was do for space ships and more advanced than that was getting a chance to land on the moon so for someone in my profession that has the interest i had which most of the astronauts of my day did have that thought then it was wonderful it was like you won the lottery only going to outer georgia has celebrated one hundred years since its republic was first founded. soldiers took an oath to serve the country at an independence day ceremony in the capital of tbilisi the democratic republic of georgia was created a may twenty six in one thousand nine hundred three is later the soviet army invaded in the country became part of the soviet union. still ahead on al-jazeera. and sports and then taken world champion caster semenya so it's a new record as the fate of her career remains under threats more on that story coming up.
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and the reported world on. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for the dry riverbed like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have
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been truly unable to escape the war. and is national park is home to the largest population of the protected one horned in rhino it's a world heritage site and consider the conservation success story but the rhino still face two big threats poachers and the annual monsoon floods from inside the park but it jakob reports these rhino carves love their muddy pool leaving only when they see the keepers that signals feeding time at the center for wildlife we have taken in conservation and. the cubs are aged between one and five years old
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and still require daily milk but replace both the rhinos mothers were killed either by poachers on. even when i'm at home. or have to take a day slave. early primo offer a glimpse into the heavy rains and floods that killed dozens of people and animals in the northeastern state of assen each summer more than sixty rhinos have died in the past three. because they're on the national park is home to several protected and endangered species but it's a conservation success of the one hundred in. this park into a world heritage site injured rhinos will once close to extinction in one thousand nine hundred five there were just seventy five left today that close to three thousand and. eighty percent of them but the demand for rhino horns in neighboring
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. remains a huge threat the conservation status of the indian rhino was shifted from endangered the vulnerable in two thousand and eight but with the ever present threat the poaching. could once again turned the tide against animal known as indian unicon. poachers kill two dozen rhinos in the last two years so far they've killed three. and. this means replacing all guns an aging guards with better weapons and younger stuff which is a struggle due to the funding outside the gates heavy traffic and. also pose a threat. the challenges are many but the sums rhinos of conservationists and the public on this side you know these are i've been to the. people or something but i
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know you're right i've been to the. wildlife teams are once again getting ready for this year's flood rescues but the main mission remains ensuring the long term survival of the one horned rhino. al-jazeera has a ring on the park. by this get these four dollars for what's happening out there jane thank you so much around madrid are celebrating their thirteenth champions league title it's the third time in a row the giants have won it baby english side liverpool three one in the final reports. history beckon for real madrid in los blancos seeking a third straight champions league title liverpool have the almost task of stopping them and they started well but disaster struck half an hour in liverpool starman muhammad forced off with a shoulder injury thanks to a challenge from real captains. off to go to spur stop put the pressure on
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liverpool in the second and got their old carrying beds in the scoring after a huge mistake from liverpool keeper laurie carious that's a goal was extraordinary the lead lasted just minutes side your money getting live back in the game wants to teach thank god the down introduce substitute and the impact of the game to spectacular effect of that style rescue bell sealed the windows seven minutes of the carriers to making another huge blunder final score thirty one rio the second of those two doubles but no word from them but i was i started out i'm very happy because it's something i really wanted to win after this long road to the champions league final as you know it's my favorite competition this is an unforgettable and we have made history i lost games in my life before i won my life i know how to deal with that but you can't just feeling you have the lights off to the game so we all feel really really bad. real madrid celebrated thirteenth champions league title so hailed malik the era for c grigor
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dimitrov is through to the second round of the french open he beat mohamed egypt in straight sets up what is the first egyptian man in twenty two years to play in a grand slam tournaments having only got there after viktor troicki pulled out with injury six one six four seven six the finals. over in the women's draw foresee billion especially now was made to fight for her win against unseeded australian time on jan of that stephen craniums was broken twice early in the first sat but came back to take the sat and the match seven five six three. defending n.b.a. champions the golden state warriors have tied their western conference series final against houston rockets they came back from a seventeen point first quarter deficit to thrash the rockets one hundred and fifteen days six clay thompson was the top scorer with thirty five points stuffed curry had twenty nine the warriors are aiming for a fourth finals appearance in a row while the rockets haven't made it there since one thousand nine hundred five
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game seven will be played back in houston on monday i can't remember them three they thrive off those nothing to me to live in the first. so we had to take that away and. when we're to feel like we're the best team in the world the most fun to know to watch when we're pushing up on to the fence or starts making a play we've got too much talent just to hit singles like coach always says trust the next man ahead of us and work in our favor most times if you access already bombs this summer we seem to go there. you know was a college finals game seven to go to farms or just warriors you know we take that you know and so that the change for as we know we have to do this is going to be defensively and just so many mismatches like we have carries no one or two three we threw them in their corner like you just can happen but we're still confident we're confident group and i was going chance some of one the first test of their series
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against england the home of the boss was pox on star performer removing eight england batsman in the match box on winning by non wickets inside four days losing just one wicket as they chased down the victory target of sixty four australia's top cricketers are gearing up for a limited overs tour to england next month the new coach justin langer is anticipating a backlash from ball tampering scandal in south africa. expecting a cop plenty from the crowd. but that single and even if we win you winning all the time when you squeaky clean you still. just as much as usual. but that's a good learning experience for a young bloods to be good for more senior players or coaches to use our experience to make sure we never got. one two or one year or. one behavior a thousand a million behaviors to win but respect and that's what we talk about culture is
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just behaviors stuff we behave well on and off the field that hopefully will earn some respect. and some trust. this trying to get time is more than just playing good cricket as they would take a lot of good behaviors to earn back their respect olympic and world champion caster semenya has set the fastest time this year in the women's eight hundred meters the south african clocked a time of one minute fifty five point nine nine hundred seconds at the diamond league meeting new gin oregon it's a mannion this time on american soil and also a meet record it comes as a new hyper androgenous emerald which could and the twenty seven year old's middle distance running career comes into effect on november the first. and that's all your sport for now back to you jane thanks very much for that i will be back with more news in a couple of minutes but that segment wraps up things on in the rest of the team thanks so much.
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those things underway in colombia where people are electing a new president but some are worried that the vote will affect the country's peace deal with former rebels. and then jane that this is al jazeera live from doha. coming up consider three words from north korea's kim jong un expresses his intentions to end decades of confrontation on the korean peninsula plus the passengers have a strong determination to break the siege whatever the circumstances palestinians turn to desperate measures to break any israeli blockade and get urgent medical help. and.


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