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the be. the bowl. zero. five jane in this is the news our live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes and then there was a story a much anticipated summit between donald trump and kim jong un may also include south korea's leader. political uncertainty in italy after efforts to form a government break down over the choice of a minister. and extraordinary actor an immigrant from mali is on it after rescuing a child dangling from a balcony in paris. and forest smile be here with all the day's sport including the
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australian and english cricket boards denied their players were involved in match fixing will have all the fallout from al-jazeera as exclusive investigation. their positive signs of the summit between u.s. president donald trump and korean leader kim jong un could still go ahead after all the also hearing that the south korean leader may join those talks progress has ramped up since a surprise second meeting between kim and the south korean president moon j. in at the demilitarized zone on saturday now trump has confirmed a u.s. delegation is in north korea while a team from the north has been spotted in china on its way to singapore and that's where the meeting was scheduled for on june the twelfth before trump canceled it last week but he since expresses enthusiasm for talks tweeting that he believes north korea has a brilliant potential and will be
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a great economic and financial nation one day for more let's speak to andrew thomas in salt so the summit is back on. so it looks that way jane that i think about the phonetic weekend we have seen sternal trump canceled the summit on friday then we had a very conciliatory statement from north korea we had some more positive looking tweets over the weekend from donald trump and then that surprise summit a second summit between president moon and kim jong un on saturday and now it does look very much like the groundwork is being laid for that summit to happen as originally planned on june the twelfth as you say there's a delegation flying right now from washington d.c. to singapore they should arrive late night monday at the same time we think that the north korean delegation that is on route now from pyongyang to singapore we think they've changed planes in beijing and are now on their way to singapore they will meet up and try and talk with just six and security. meeting that goal trump
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was talking about and that tweet you refer to is actually happening in just over the border between north and south korea on the north and saw east and those talks are about the agenda what will be discussed the nitty gritty there being led on the u.s. side by some kim now south korean born but he was the u.s. ambassador here in south korea wants is now u.s. ambassador to the philippines actually but he's also been intimately involved in all things north korea for most of his career so he is the right man for the job in that sense the vice foreign minister of north korea she is meeting with him so on he and again she knows this backwards from the north korean side so those people are meeting inside north korea we've got a security logistics teams meeting in singapore probably on choose day in that sense it's all going ahead but we've got some bear in mind that what's happening in panmunjom now is probably talk about the definition of the nuclear eyes ation it's all very well for the u.s. to demand that it's all very well for the north koreans to say they're prepared to
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do that but unless they mean the same thing it doesn't necessarily mean very much and denuclearization can mean different things to different people from the u.s. perspective we know that donald trump thinks unilateral disarmament by the north koreans from the north korean side they want mutual disarmament and at the same time a lifting of sanctions those two positions are very different unless some progress can be made behind the scenes over the coming days and what we've got now ten days before the truck driver would have to start heading off to singapore unless some groundwork is made of some progress made there and the summit may remain off but right now the signs are a lot lot lot more positive than they were on friday it really is a well it went it happened somewhat isn't it and what about well he went t j a n twenty make it to the talks. well moon julian has been absolutely crucial to this whole process of course he's become affectively the go between between president trump and kim jong il and he had that surprise summit with kim jong un on saturday
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and he relayed a lot of what donald trump said to him so certainly he's important to the process and i expect he would like to be there and the blue house here in seoul has said that they are a working level discussing the possibility of moon being in singapore at the same time having said that though they all saying that he would join talks not be there right at the beginning it would be a bilateral between kim jong il and president trump at the beginning president moon might join them possibly minutes later hours later possibly days later or at a subsequent trilateral summit some weeks down the line but he wouldn't be there right at the very start we are talking at the moment about a successful boy lateral summit first still if it happens then potentially followed by a trilateral summit involving president ok andrea thank you robert kerry is a professor of international relations at police and national university he says president is using the summit of kim jong un to prop up his domestic image. it
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would help a lot if the americans particularly would start to lay out what specifically they're looking for besides demanding that the north koreans give up everything because they're not going to do that so assuming the north koreans aren't going to give up all that what would the united states be willing to live with and what we want what we willing to give the north koreans in return i mean that's one of the things have been really frustrating about this process in the last couple of weeks is this kind of like all or nothing sort of feel to it right now to some it's going to happen or it's not all this great drama they're going to give up everything the libya model that's probably not how this thing going to shake out they'll probably be the north koreans will give up something that will give us something else and then be a series of meetings and steps taken years in which you have concession made for counter concession it's not all going to get wrapped up in three weeks that would be extraordinary i think on donald trump's side yes i think it's a little more obvious driven by domestic needs the president dismissing a tough election in the fall we know the president likes the drama and theatricality of these kinds of big meetings president hasn't really steep themselves in the details of nuclear weapons or missile technology if you listen to his speeches he just very thin on what specifically we're going to ask for give
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away i think a lot of this yes is driven by his desire for been to cation and approval in the global media improving relations between north and south korea have led to a search and property prices along the demilitarized zone that separates the two countries throughout my pride has that story separating two countries that are officially still it war it's been potentially one of the most dangerous borders in the world now the possibility of peace could transform the villages and towns on the south korean side of the demilitarized zone. rigi one owns five other properties around south korea and there's just joined the surge of buyers looking north making her pick right off the map with dollars hanging out on the usually i put it to fight for i make up my mind but i was so sure about this place i didn't have to go. she now owns a piece of woodland in the village of kuantan like many border communities it has
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lagged behind the rest of south korea and seems primed for development renji one borderlands site unseen and then visited it later some people are buying plots they can't even get to without special permission passages of countryside that run right up to the fence of the d.m.z. itself and that have largely remained undeveloped for decades improving relations that led to the summit between north and south korea last month have resulted in a three fold increase in property transactions with prices surging by up to a. temple. and many people expect there is a good chance that the green summit will lead to success there expected to be a lot of exchanges between north and south so many roads and railways are in high demand. a previous summit in two thousand and seven also saw a spike in border property prices only to fall back again as relations. and as u.s.
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and north korean officials continue to meet at the truce village of poland john ahead of the summit between their respective leaders the only again off again twists of the last few days a reminder of the talks volatility still remains optimistic and you know i'm not concerned because this will remain my i said it won't go away like a fall in the stock market is always going to be there and she hopes north south relations are now on a permanently improved foundation robert broad al-jazeera june in the d.m.z. south korea go to other news now and look at some live pictures coming to us from rome where we are expecting italy's president's surge that it to announce his new interim prime minister another former prime minister just epic on their step down on sunday after talks to form a government collapse the president scuttle the bed to form a euro skeptic coalition by rejecting their choice for economy minister and that is
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led to calls for his impeachment president martinelli as move forced the prime minister designate to give up trying to form an administration the president was quick to defend himself saying he had to protect italy's economy but that will likely now try to appoint a caretaker government and there are fears of a possible constitutional crisis and new elections with continuing political instability. and the picks up the story. after weeks of talks in hopes of a breakthrough italy's prime minister designate throws in the towel. i have announced the mandate which i have been given by the president of the republic to form a government of change. giuseppe conti had been asked by the so-called populist coalition which between them won the most seats in the march election with forming a viable cabinet now he says that's proved a bridge too far and the sticking point the proposed economy minister paulose of
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owner a former minister who's also a well known euro skeptic italy's president says some voter would have sent a worrying message to italy's partners and the financial markets. they love. i'm not considering the individual i don't want someone who supports an opinion which was expressed more than want anything that would inevitably lead to italy's exit from the or right. up until the last minute. leader of the right wing likud party had insisted his pick for economy minister must not be vetoed speaking live on social media late on sunday he called the president's rejection anti democratic . and said no he said there will not be a government we work for nothing we will have a technocrat government i ask of the a democracy in italy do the italian decide or do the germans offense decide it's absolutely incredible from my point of view. so the me wants fresh elections so too does luigi demaio leader of the five star movement which got the most votes in
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march when the region there was over fifty percent support with two political parties parties that want to change things and want to represent ateliers in their interests but in the end a way to block it is always seems to be found the president is expected to decide his next step on monday he could well see another non-politician given the job of heading you need to read government for italians political instability is a fact of life one of many hoped was about to change the debugger al-jazeera and just go galiot is the head of the talian based political risk consultancy policy cern i joins us now from rome very good to see you right at the moment we are waiting for an interim prime minister to be announced we are hearing that it's possibly the former international monetary fund official color cut that early is that a good choice cocktail is obviously a good choice but the time couldn't be worse. is called in but his chance
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is to get votes offer to pass a vote of confidence in this parliament are close to zero the only political parties that will support him are likely to be the p.d. and possibly not quite sure forty tirelessly on his part so. is likely to get the thumbs down and he will inevitably be a laying down. head of government taking the country to the next elections which are likely to take place in september or october of this year so if he's not going to get the support that he needs to push through any sort of change why are we seeing this action is a desperate action where does this leave the president what isn't that he should be doing. but what we have now is an unprecedented clash between the anti establishment forces on the one and the
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establishment. on the other hand the head of state or has become has been framed as the embodiment of the establishment so while we are going to see throughout the next three months is an overarching narrative of the people versus the means of pilasters so the establishment there with the head of state for the first time becoming the main target of the entire campaign on the other hand however we will also have a very strong fear narrative much like we had with the brics at the referendum in the u.k. with italians reminded every every day of. this dynamic is putting their wealth at risk with the spread that on italian braindead widening by the day an italian i said staking and it really and i'm sure
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we are if i could jump in reaction times call for the impeachment of the president doesn't help well honestly i don't think there this is technique of the technically doable but it's indicative of the overall mood very much anti-establishment versus mapped out. all right very good to have you with us francesco community thank you. that's more head on the news including colombians have to wait another three weeks to find out their new president will be. a small in the virus in india that's causing fear like symptoms and possibly brain damage. and in sports or bron james does it again he leads his team to the n.b.a. finals that story coming up later and.
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people in colombia will be heading back to the polls often none of the presidential candidates got fifty percent of the vote they'll be choosing between a critic of the government's twenty sixteen peace deal with fog rebels and a former congressman who supports that agreement the runoff will be held in three weeks time i love america to see in yemen reports from bogota. conservative candidates event came in ahead in the first round with thirty nine percent of the votes supported by colombians want to modify a historic peace accord the stunt doubles which many see as a reward for terrorists or just going because i am sure hope the seeds closs hatred. but he'll be facing his political end to sis former bogota mayor gustava who in his use was a left wing urban guerilla and from nowhere almost from his this is what we're going to talk about at the ballot boxes in fifteen days it's
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a return to violence or it's building an era of peace that i. put to supporters believe he can deliver on the promise of health education and social justice for millions of disenfranchised colombians in what is one of the world's most socially unequal countries that you have that if you help the old the mothers like me who needed help i always had his support when he was mayor i trust and believe in hand . in order to win. big. which is that we have not got all kinds of opponents warn he'll turn colombia into a new than israela or cuba he is deeply distrusted by the political and economic a stablish meant. but do get to raises concerns among moderates in recovery. i have no doubt that if you wins he'll extradite the fark leaders and the peace process the same thing that happened in the middle east after agreements were violated will happen here so what's clear is that colombians will be going to the
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polls again choose between two radically different options for their future. looking to see in human. color johnson is a senior analyst for the international crisis group he says tampering with the fark peace agreement may discourage other rebel groups from disarming. well the island specifically at st louis arch agree a very close eye on this whole process not only on the elections but on the implementation of arc agreement in general so any failings or any changes or any sort of intentional. lack of will to implement a piece in or attentional attempt to change it would actually send a signal to the element of the colombian government not very trustworthy negotiating or there's a chance without a doubt if we get a president like a soap at it or someone who at least is willing to say that they won't change the peace here and i think those divisions will end up actually being these groups will
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come together a bit more because there's someone who may feel they can trust but i still think violence is not completely off the table in colombia's future unfortunately right now we have various foreign dissident groups operating in different parts of the country that you know but because the peace negotiation simply is not as sure and as bad has made little progress in the time that it's been taking place is still operate being militarily and so are different drug trafficking organizations of the country rebels never southern syrian province of there are preparing for possible offensive by government forces the area is mostly controlled by opposition groups the u.s. is warning of a strong response if government troops attack international and regional powerhouse holding talks to try to avoid a wider conflict then how to joins us now live from beirut right the focus now on what the expectations that. well there have been behind the scenes
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negotiations for quite some time now involving international and regional players the united states russia jordan israel iran and to a lesser extent of course the syrian government we just heard the russian foreign minister lavrov say that the syrian army should be the only force present at that border the southern corner of syria borders israel and jordan so he is really this is a view shared by both jordan and israel they do not want to see iranian troops or iranian allied militiamen close to their borders so these behind the scenes that goes haitians continue to prevent the possibility of an all out offensive already rebel factions on the ground preparing for this possibility and the pro-government media really beating the drums of war posting videos of troops heading to the front lines in the syrian government helicopters dropping leaflets warning warning rebels that they should surrender but like i mentioned these international regional powers are
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trying to find some sort of an arrangement that will satisfy all parties because any military offensive in this area risks drawing in regional powers and this could become a wider conflict and we always hear about how the government has been successful international forces in fighting i felt and yet we just heard of another i still a talk what happened there. yes the government saying that they have been victorious they cleared damascus and its countryside from rebels but the fight against i still still continues in the east of the country i still lost a lot of territory over recent years but they still control pockets of territory close to the border with iraq and there was a major battle and a major attack targeting pro-government forces including russian troops according to the russian defense ministry for russian soldiers were killed so this threat against i still the threat that i suppose is excuse me continues. thank you for
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that then a honda. fourteen people are now known to have died from a rare virus in southern india the nipah virus which can cause fear like symptoms and brain damage emerged in the state of kerala this month china bellus reports. markets and carola bustle like normal but fruit sellers says hydel it's a re a sign that a deadly virus is gripping a community we are afraid of the news because. he's pretty big. that afraid by the groups. in outbreak of nip a virus in kara live a smart has killed more than a dozen people its natural host is the first best and well it's not confirms that's how this outbreak started it's enough to stop people from async anything the best may have touched. after this virus problem sales have been really bad the products
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are just not getting sold earlier i used to sell one kilogram for fifty rupees but now i have to sell two kilograms of fifty rupees this is because everyone is saying the fruit bats this and fruit bats that nothing is getting sold carolus hospitals have been overrun with people sick with fear of a virus causes flu like symptoms and brain inflammation it kill seventy five percent of those didn't fix and there is no vaccine india's health ministry is trying to quote concerns they seem tains to monitor if a new cases and says the virus has not sprayed and yet silence. tourists a steering clear of cace careless biggest city it's two hundred kilometers from the outbreak but still vacancies here. we are getting quite a lot of cancellations from the dumpster. a lot of. and it's from the guy from the gulf countries or the arabs the sun is coming up and they are also all
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getting the whole the world health organization has listed nipper as one of eight priority diseases alongside a bowler and that could cause a global epidemic it was discovered in malaysia twenty years ago and has killed more than two hundred people since containing nippur in the world sicken most populated country is a challenge so far fear is spreading faster than the virus bellus al-jazeera former u.s. president h.w. bush has been taken to hospital for a second time in a month the ninety three year old is getting treatment in maine for low blood pressure and fatigue he spent more than a week in hospital for a blood infection a few weeks ago after the death of his wife barbara palestinian president mahmoud abbas has been released from hospital he had been receiving treatment for pneumonia and fever in the past week eighty two year old says he hopes to return to work soon of us had previously been hospitalized during a trip to address the u.n.
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security council in february of two birds will leave gaza on choose day with palestinians needing urgent hospital care on board try to break through israel's blockade which has prevented medical supplies from getting in and patients getting out hospitals have been struggling to treat thousands of palestinians wounded during the recent protests as bernard smith 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 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
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at least now i have sixty five of them already admitted those who would want to go in the marshall for turn but there are many other cases of cancer in 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 persil it is induced by the israeli blockade in gaza strip and why can't they travel abroad because the bulk of our seed must have time and these patients should probably one time he can say to a patient why when cancer come back up to three months and he will deteriorate and you have too much complication they cannot wait lifelong waiting for the spot adopting. the post 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 highlight again the open prison like conditions that there are here in gaza that
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prevent almost anyone from leaving burnitz with al-jazeera gaza. storm alberto has hit western cuba bringing more than twelve centimeters of rain in less than eight hours some families were evacuated but the rain and flooding were quick to hit central regions of cuba like claro were also affected the subtropical weather system is moving north through the gulf of mexico with wind speeds of up to one hundred five kilometers an hour it's expected to arrive on the southern u.s. coastline on monday the u.s. state of maryland is the clear the state of emergency because of flash flooding eliot city is one of the worst hit areas with water surging above the first floor some buildings than immediate reports of casualties or injuries the same area was affected by flash floods two years ago which killed two people who are in a few moments we'll have the weather with richard he'll have more on the storms but still ahead on al-jazeera why the u.s. role under fallen out of a second hand clothes and we look at. our disabled painter an ivory coast uses ox
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to get the most out of a difficult life. as a sport the defending champion bounce out of the french open and the opening round that story coming up. from a fresh coast to breeze. to watching the sunset on the australian outback. with what we focus on weather conditions around the indian ocean in the north western arm of the indian ocean we have the arabian sea looms in this area that we had our tropical cyclone with. vast amounts of rain in oman we've still got a circulation from our system giving nothing like as much but still you can see the windows there going around still some showers across parts where man threw into the county the empty quarter of saudi arabia and yemen also seen some shower activity
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so one to watch meanwhile further out. the east we have got two areas of clouds this one in the bay of bengal which will come to the moment and this one which is a push in towards western parts of india so i think of the next twenty four hours we are going to see some very heavy rain developing down through cannot occur carola maybe in towards tamil nadu so we could well get some flooding here is of flooding normally see at this time of year as the monsoon begins to push in i think really what will be of greater concern is this area in the bay of bengal and this is developing possibly into a cycle it's certainly going to be given vast amounts of rain across parts of me and mark and maybe eventually so bangladesh maybe not quite on the border little bit further towards the south but certainly the coming days across a good swathe of meum are we could see some quite severe flooding. the weather sponsored by cattle and race. and international committee vote soon. a land is partitioned. many have no say in the
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matter. the colonial power washes its hands of palestine. and what happens in one nine hundred forty eight are events that are still shaping the present. seventy years on al-jazeera tells the history of what palestinians cool the catastrophe. with a big breaking news story it can be chaotic and frantic behind the scenes. people shouting instructions in your ear you're trying to provide the best most accurate up to date information as quickly as you can. it's when you come off air on things that you realize you've witnessed history in the making.
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because you watching al-jazeera mind of our top stories this hour at next month's meeting in singapore between u.s. president donald trump and north korean leader kim jong un may still go ahead and south korea has suggested that president moon in may also take part at some point the u.s. delegation is in north korea while a team from the north is in china on its way to singapore. italy's presidents go. to reveal his new interim prime minister will be the former prime minister decepticon to step down on sunday after talks to form a government collapsed the president scuttled a bid to form a euro skeptic coalition by rejecting their choice for economy minister and that
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has led to calls for the president's impeachment. colombia said for run a voter elect a new president after sunday's election produced no clear winner conservative duke a critic critique of the far peace deal got thirty nine percent of the vote he'll face left wing challenger the star of a petrol in three weeks. the brazilian government has lowered the price of diesel fuel in an effort. a week long strike by truck drivers the drivers of mounted hundreds of blockades on roads to protest higher operating costs that's caused shortages of basic goods and medical supplies around the country the government reached an agreement with the unions last week but some truckers remained on strike . during twenty keane the government increased the price of petrol by more than twenty five percent and now it's offering a ten percent discount it forgets that the trucker is not ignorant anymore we want at least the price on the station to have
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a significant reduction for the government to show good sense and goodwill rwanda may soon lose some of its trade benefits with the u.s. because of a dispute over secondhand clothes that started when rwanda raised tariffs on used american clothes to protect its garment industry the u.s. responded by threatening to pull one does judy free access to some of its products that benefit is set to expire on monday uganda tanzania and kenya tried to raise entire of solve their own but back down after the us threatened the trade access that it can such as a nairobi based investment adviser and chief executive of rich management he says africa's become a dumping ground for cheap goods from other countries. but if we're going to develop our industries we simply cannot compete against this deluge of cheap clothes i think president got me this is one individual who's not going to be rolled over in this particular situation and he's going to make
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a stand and this is an attempt by africa to get leverage on the value chain it's an attempt to develop industry it's an attempt to industrialize and essentially you know we've seen all our industries although doubt one of the classic examples is actually textile manufacturing which is now being addressed in east africa and i think it's important that we look at things holistically and if we're going to look at it holistically we can't all about the industrialization of africa on one hand and then be dumping africa with all kinds of of goods and in this case in the case of used clothes so i think he has to stand he is the president of the african union and absolutely we got to draw a line in the sand somewhere and this is the right line to be drawn i think we have a very transactional government in the u.s. they're looking at it entirely through the prism of of u.s. national interest the definition of which is quite strange at times it seems
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extremely transactional i don't think trump who looks at the continent in the same way previous administrations did and previous administrations were trying to lend a helping hand we're trying to create jobs within the continent that was the silver bullet that i go it was meant to be all about we've got enormous demographics people called it a demographic dividend but it's not going to be a demographic dividend in less we create jobs and what we have seen is in tech cells in particular there is an enormous opportunity to employ our people but we're not going to be able to employ anyone if we allow this to continue in the way it is . greece's economic crisis may be over but life is still difficult for many people the country received the largest sovereign loan in history to prevent bankruptcy but workers also received a large pay cut they've seen their incomes for by fifteen percent during the eight year economic crisis john threw up at us reports from athens. several times
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a week alexa. sings for his son he owns about twenty dollars an hour four times as much as in his regular part time job as a shoe salesman with two sources of income he helps support the household he grew up in but he cannot invest in his own future five years ago he unrolled in a robotics degree course at kalki the polytechnic two hours' drive from athens but he can't afford to rent an apartment there so his studies are progressing slowly. at the present rate it'll take me another ten years to graduate i'll be thirty five and at that age it'll be really difficult to find a job in my area of expertise he's one of the many victims of salary cuts averaging fifteen percent during the economic crisis creditors demanded cuts to make the economy more competitive the official minimum wage is now six hundred ninety dollars a month before tax but experts say the salary cuts won't affective in the absence
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of other reforms. while salary cuts should have led to a cut in the prices of products and services they didn't because part of markets are to a great extent monopolies are all examples we have a large number of multinationals operating in this country which didn't lower the cost of their products they benefited from the salary cuts but they didn't become more competitive. half of all new jobs a part time or seasonal and that still leaves twenty percent of workers unemployed around a million greeks and there is so much under employment the labor institute greece's leading employment think tank says the real jobless total is closer to twenty seven percent but the worst effect of the crisis is loss of income the dramatic drop in incomes has created a class of working poor the risk of poverty has doubled during the crisis to thirty five percent of the population that's a rate unmatched anywhere in western europe and it is twice as high among working age adults and the children who depend on them as this is among pensioners many
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greeks such as me money this no longer see the point in learning skills or higher education greeks are forced to accept jobs their overqualified for which leads many to go broad the labor institute says government leaders need new policies to encourage entrepreneurship and employment entice companies to lower their prices and for the cost of labor to fall without serious reforms like these many greeks fear for all their education they'll likely remain the buskers of europe jumpstart ople us al-jazeera athens the leader of northern ireland's shin fein party says the region is being left behind on right based issues o'neill spoke after a landslide vote in favor of repealing the republic of ireland's constitutional ban on abortion new legislation should be in place by the end of the year the results of the borders shifted the focus to northern ireland's strict abortion mills i
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think ireland itself has changed considerably if you look at where we were actually same as a conservative sort of country and where we are today that's the fact that both been through yesterday such a big majority but again what we have is that the people the north left are not being denied their rights we're going to have this progressive change and the size of our time but the people in the women who live in the six counties will be tonight this. france is hosting a meeting on tuesday between political rivals in libya to try to end seven years of conflict the emphasis will be on committing to a un backed presidential and parliamentary elections by the end of this year they'll be a push to unify the army and adopt a new lee drafted constitution to. go ahead reports from tripoli it's been more than two years since libya's you and bagged political agreement was signed in rocor but it has not yet been implemented france is now launching another initiative to bring the libyan rebels together this time the speaker of the bees department argue
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law silent and the head of the high street council missionary are invited alongside the u. n. backed prime minister of ice and that any gay general sorry for have. but analysts say the meeting will not lead to credible solutions that cannot deliver. the state council come out deliver the h o r we've seen over the past four years did not deliver anything and saraj with all this money and no body to to question him failed to do anything over the past two years libya has had two competing bases of power since two thousand and fourteen one in the capital tripoli supported by the united nations and the other in the eastern city of all played are supported by the two broad based the parliament in july last year france hosted a meeting between prime minister suraj and i have to the two men were also invited
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to be in may last year why not invite the other party in the west that took out their the largest presence of their outside syria and iraq and that's why there is a large delegation of military and armed groups. team full rebels who defeated eisel in the city of city in two thousand and sixteen as we'll as other figures are not represented at the french sponsored meeting many here say with their with dimming colluded it will be a challenge to reach a comprehensive political settlement several meetings between rival politicians in the past has failed to put an end to the crisis in libya the question now is if they finally come to a consensus will it be accepted by libyans who do not trust their politicians.
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tripoli. an immigrant from mali has been awarded french citizenship after a dramatic video of him rescuing a child went viral mamadou kasama saw a crowd gathered outside a building in paris where a toddler was hanging from a fourth floor balcony he pulled himself up from flow. the floor with his bare hands to reach the child sam has been called a real life spite of an attack and joins us live from outside the building in paris where the child was dying before we go into the story and give us more details about what actually happened tell us what's happened today and how has being on it for this. well it's been an extraordinary day for marmaduke a summer extraordinary couple of days actually because he walked into the elisei palace in the center of paris a bit earlier as a refugee you come from mali just a few months ago he walks out as a man who's been awarded a french citizenship and
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a promise to drop in the hailed a hero well the french president so emmanuel mccall also to speak to monitor some of that's why he went to the least say the two men spoke for a while because summer spoke about what happened on saturday night and his instincts when he saw that child dangling from the fourth floor and how he just met up the building to go and rescue the young told look what a model might call said because some are represented french republican values that is why he is being awarded not only for his bravery but being given french citizenship and a new job we are told he'll be joining the fire brigade here in paris and it's not anybody who can just pull themselves up from balcony to balcony i am wondering if we find out more what drove him and how he felt and the story behind the child. well if you look behind me you can actually see the building where the events of saturday night so took place and it really gives you a sense of how extraordinary because summers rescue was because he was walking
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along the street was on his way to watch the champions league football final apparently when he sort commotion you know the commotion and he looked up and saw this young baby dangling from the pool approved balcony old fart's apartment block well of course he said we thought about was i have to come up with a solution he didn't even think about whether or not he would be safe he climbed up balcony to balcony that's why he's being adopted the spider man because it was such an extraordinary event and he took thirty seconds and if you watch the video which went viral you can hear the bystanders all applauding and cheering it was a rather moving moment to see the baby over the balcony with him and save the baby's life and of course the show's his own safety he said he just didn't think about it he likes children he saw a problem and needed to be solved and he was the man for the job to hear a thanks for the tosh. wife of korean air's chairman as the is the latest member of the family that controls the airline to be accused of bad behavior more than ten people allege lee myung hee assaulted airline workers and household staff
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to over daughters have been investigated for misdemeanors in the past one delayed a flight and she threw a tantrum over a bag of nuts served by a stewardess in a bag rather than a bowl. how did you see her uses a flower pot starting story years of really do try to be the victims know so you can see all the most at least tell us how you feel right now. i feel truly story to the victims for causing damage. eleven people have died after cyclon meccano hit land off southern among the cycler and struck the coastal city of salalah after battering the yemeni island of katra running ships aground and damaging homes and infrastructure authorities say eight sailors are still missing many others are displaced heavy rains are expected for two more days.
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sporter was a. career full race car driver in the command. hundreds
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of millions of people with disabilities live in cities around the world but twenty fifty that number is expected to reach nine hundred fourteen million and the last of us is looking at global disability access we speak to an artist from ivory coast who makes a living through his paintings and overcomes daily obstacles like using public transport. to my bed. my name is tower in a dam i am
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a painter. he left my painting is based on nature and villages to show everyone that it is nature that feeds me i love to see with these beautiful colors in the sky it all gives me strength to live it i paint small and large paintings and people come to pay. buy tickets are going on with you know nobody not even the government thinks a fuss about means of transport we must fight like everyone else. just. about what if when they got peace there are no toilets for the disabled in this country but my friends and brothers help to clean the toilet for me before going there it is very hard for me to share my real with it when the toilet is not clean i get rashes. from the fact that
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it hurts me a lot in africa many people denigrate the disabled because if i need to copy and i think the copy didn't have to fit for me being disabled is in the head. my dream is to create a center for the disabled to train i would like people to help me realize my biggest dream it's time for sports now with far thank you so much shame the australian english cricket boards of deny their cricketers were involved with a match fixing syndicate and al-jazeera investigation exposed to match fixer from an organized crime ring who claims to have bribed international cricketers to under-perform david harrison has our exclusive report al-jazeera went undercover posing as wealthy investors to investigate corruption in cricket. that is how serious we are an e m a now is
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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 off findings very seriously and has launched an investigation into an 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 the two matches. you. 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 just. setting me years. letting go of the setting yet but. i'm
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a little bit upset him in 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 russell the former pakistan stall he agreed to play in the tournament set up solely for match fixing are you interested person would you play. to sri lanka plays. and a lawyer locker or t.v. would also play in the band that's that's not the fake tournament was planned by dubai based gourab raj kumar blubbered probably not return to be like puppets exactly yes you are just going to go to. now 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
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corrupting the game rock and get. them now 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 of more on the story we're joined by shantanu her a he's the author of fixed cash and corruption in cricket is based in new delhi at are you surprised by the findings of the al-jazeera investigation. i'm not exactly surprised by finding some well it's not because fixing is a lot. and one loss make it very very clear it has been proved time and again but there's no well being investigated one investigate should happen couple of years ago or nothing t. mobile tape a lot just so you would out of the window we have back to square one. countless
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examples hopes for fixings has been highlighted the b.c.r. is the wall street just cricket bowed or no actual says been taken only because cricket is a huge industrial india it's a multi-billion dollar business and everyone is in borgen that so these kind of the risk equations needs creation the way out of those you know as displayed i don't think it's going to happen they're going to be after all. the i.c.c. is investigating al jazeera spottings but it's crickets governing body doing enough to fight match fixing do you think no i don't think so isis season joke i says he has no power so i says he's dependent on india because india has all the cash in world cricket let's get very clear about the six sri lanka pakistan bangladesh other countries which increasingly get into these kind of fixing because those cricket boards are financially almost bankrupt and also late cricketers from
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mainland australia are getting into this group which is sad which is unfortunate but somewhere some spring cleaning needs to happen i don't think it'll ever happen to the time i am alive and you are a light maybe in the next generation hopefully some people will try and do something but i don't think anything is going to be done at this point of time and d.c.i. has not even reacted to this so you can make out they're all busy with i.p.l. and the i.p.l. has just got all work and then now there are cities in england they knew cricket team would be going there so unless the suggestions happened in the weight happened in three four and a lot of dirt was cleaned up well worn football i don't think this will happen in world cricket. and by the way i'm not going to get. some changes and changes like you guys shoulder but i really doubt whether
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something is going to have ok interesting but why as a sport is cricket things so prone to spot fixing and match fixing sorry so you left who are you left to rebuke or should i get a man like i do. ok sorry why as a sport is cricket so proud to spot fixing and match fixing so i am very sorry my. going to anybody. ok story we'll have to leave it there while hopefully we'll get a better connection later but thank you so much for your time. it was a broncho once again as james reached his eight straight n.b.a. finals aside the cleveland cavaliers beat the celtics in boston in the decisive game seven of the eastern conference finals james once again with his dad out performer the forty three year old getting thirty five points fifty rebounds and
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nine assists le bron a three time champion led his side to an eighty seven to seventy nine victory the cavs will face either the history of defending champions the golden state warriors in the finals of unhealthy and old law does ron and and. put a lot of work into my body into my craft and being available to my teammates and being available to my friend the two franchises i've been with and ron is was. the more important to me than anything. and always been available so. i'll be available for. for at least four more games and. we see what happens. tennis now and top seed rafa nadal headlines the second day at the french open the spaniard will be going for an eleventh title at roland garros on sunday the defending women's champion you later also in panko was knocked out in the opening
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round the latvian who won her maiden grand slam title in paris twelve months ago was beaten and strained sets by world number sixty six catarina because it's just the second time the open air of the women's defending champion lost in the first two rounds well it wasn't the fairy tale ending she was hoping for american racecar driver danica patrick crashed out of her career ending brace patrick the one woman ever to win an indianapolis five hundred race crashed out on lap sixty eight on the same track that made her famous the thirty six year old finished down in thirtieth meanwhile willpower became the first australian to ever win the indy five hundred. and that's all you swear from ellie back with more later but for now it's back to you thanks very much for about for some reason standing by to take over the next couple of minutes of national security and make sports.
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the farts are. the nativist news as it breaks this is one of the areas that hardest is hard to
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block the roads is the final higher than anything else they could find with details coverage there's a big screen really hard to stop seems striving for the good of the site from around the world this museum aims to be a repository of our regions history and it's perfected war that has divided tribes here for generations. living a wandering life for centuries but now forced to think hard about their future. al-jazeera worlds meets the nomadic peoples of the atlas mountains. striving to deal with a changing world. and preparing their children for a different way of life. the last nomads of morocco on al-jazeera. coming now.
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could it be back and could there be three the much anticipated summit between donald trump and kim jong un may also include south korea's leader. i'm sam you say this is al jazeera live from coming up. political uncertainty in italy a technocrat is appointed prime minister after the president triggers a political crisis. fallout from al-jazeera as investigation into international cricket match fixing national lanka launches a criminal investigation. and the new adventures of spider-man credible.


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