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going to. be. a good way to deal with. the reality will grow slowly because the reason that's what we do because we do. deadlock in efforts to avert a world a trade war china warns that all deals with the u.s. will be off if washington imposes tariffs. are you watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up. the. unions call a one day strike in jordan as protests continue over tax hikes exit polls put the anti immigrant s.t.'s party in the lead in slovenia parliamentary election and the
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u.k. marks one year since a deadly valen and knife attack that killed eight people at london bridge. the welcome to the program china is warning the us that any agreements between the two will be voided if donald trump goes ahead with his threat and tariffs u.s. commerce secretary wilbur ross held a trade talks in beijing with chinese leaders earlier in the day he praised his meetings with china's vice premier as friendly and frank that's despite the two countries threatening take for tat tariffs on goods worth up to one hundred fifty billion dollars each let's go live to john hendren in washington d.c. following this for us so tough words from the chinese any sign of compromise. well barbara that those talks may have been friendly and frank but they did not
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seem to be very effective errors no common ground between the two sides right now and that is because the chinese are objecting to those u.s. tariffs those tariffs were levied on electronic goods about fifty billion dollars of them and that is because the u.s. that is a penalty a sanction because the u.s. says that the chinese have been stealing u.s. technology or forcing u.s. companies to divulge that information about that technology in order to do business in china so they're going ahead with those sanctions and the chinese negotiators told wilbur ross that is simply unacceptable and that none of the things that they agreed to will go forward if those tariffs go ahead the u.s. insists that those tariffs will continue so no progress there wilbur ross comes home with empty hands and of course then there is the g. seven summit in canada ahead of that there's been a meeting there of leaders who are very upset that the u.s.
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has also insisted on levying sanctions on steel and aluminum that comes from mexico canada and europe and among the people who was most upset about that was the host of the g seven meeting coming up and that is justin trudeau the canadian prime minister this is what he had to say. first of all we're putting the same kinds of tariffs exactly on on steel and aluminum coming from the united states into canada to be directly reciprocal but we are also putting a number of tariffs on consumer goods finished products for which canadians have easy alternatives one of the either made in canada or made from another partner with the tariffs one of the truths about tariffs is they drive up costs for consumers and on top of that these tariffs are going to be hurting american workers and canadian worker the idea that we are somehow a national security threat to the united states is quite frankly insulting and unacceptable. now those are strong words coming from one of the united states'
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closest allies insulting and unexceptable that suggests that there will be rising tariffs on a number of levels you heard justin trudeau there talking about the level the tariffs the canadians would be leveling well the europeans are also looking at leveling penalties and they're picking iconic american products things like harley-davidson motorcycles florida or oranges levi's jeans and those are strategically targeted to be in republican areas make things that are made in areas of the country dominated by republican voters and that's right ahead of the upcoming midterm elections that's designed to hurt donald trump and his base of support for the big concern here is that this was a meeting the g. seven that was supposed to be celebrating the global economic expansion and people are now worried that if these tariffs go forward that that will slow down economic progress in the hopes of many of the leaders of the g seven that donald trump will
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eventually back off of those tariffs at least exempting the allies in canada mexico and europe but we'll see within a matter of days whether the heat comes off of this or whether those tariffs do indeed come up. yeah definitely be interesting to see how this develops for the moment john hendren in washington john thank you. trade unions in jordan have called for a one day strike next week amid a wave of protests against the government's plans to increase taxes that the structures are calling for the prime minister to resign over the reforms which would mean significantly higher tax for employees and companies and a huckster has more i fear the largest anti-government rallies in five years in what's regard as one of the most stable middle east countries the purchase movement initially started by trade unions has swelled nationwide as to show their
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frustration. but i want to love how local citizens now have no power the searching for the children's t.v. food women are looking in garbage containers to feed their kids and every day we are surprised by rising prices of new taxes the problem is not just the tax law the jordanian citizen right now. his pockets are empty are completely empty. so the government has to listen. to the sound of the people jordan is one of the most expensive. countries in the region and on the top of the wards too with no resources that's unjust to the people of jordan. the increase in sales tax and employees being taxed has infuriated the protestors and they want the government to resign. king abdullah has stood by prime minister despite calls to fire him the king's been instead calling for talks between m.p.'s and government ministers but
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moki is under international pressure to reform jordan's economy and cut its thirty seven billion dollar debt that is equivalent to ninety five percent of g.d.p. . the international monetary fund approved a seven hundred million loan to jordan two years ago to lower public debt and increase growth jordan relies heavily on financial help from the u.s. u.a.e. and until recently saudi arabia which has cut funding king abdullah is a key u.s. ally in the strategically important region which borders syria israel and iraq regional time or has worsened the kingdom's money problems and it sheltering one point four million syrian refugees that's according to the hashemite government and those refugees look no closer to returning home. has a large population of refugees from the war in iraq plus two million palestinian refugees have settled in the kingdom. the king recently reversed plans to raise
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petrol prices foreign protests and these latest protests against austerity measures are further demands for change. is there. a french newspaper is reporting that saudi arabia is threatening military action against scattered if it acquires russian weapons le figaro newspaper says the saudi crown prince has written to u.s. president donald trump and the british prime minister to resign les to warn that it is ready to retaliate if cat acquires the s four hundred anti aircraft the fence as it was reported on friday that he wrote in a similar letter to the french president. that has embassador to moscow said in january that his country intended to acquire the missile system saudi arabia along with the u.a.e. and bahrain cut off relations with qatar last june. north korea's state news agency says the syrian president bashar al assad is planning a visit the kim jong un in pyongyang the comments haven't been confirmed by the
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mask is said there is no indication that a trip has actually been set up the two countries have maintained good relations for decades united nations monitors have accused north korea of cooperating with syria on chemical weapons a charge that north korea denies it's go to slovenia an hour early results from the parliamentary elections show the rightwing anti immigration party led by the former prime minister janish winning more than a quarter of the votes that puts his party in the lead i am sure isn't on course to win an outright majority he says he wants to form a coalition but other party leaders have said they will refuse to work with him because of his immigration stance. but joining us now via skype from zagreb is luka oreskovich he's a research associate at harvard university sir thank you so much for joining us here on al-jazeera first of all just give us a little bit of an idea of yanis young. position in the polls right now it does
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look like he has a majority do you think it looks like he may be able to form a government so yeah hi thank you for having me. it looks like a very strong turnout in relative terms. you know strong twenty five twenty six seats in the parliament as it looks out eventually higher however the situation isn't as good when you look at the setup in the for the overall layout of the lay of the ground which is you have. after s.t.'s have essentially won over fifty seats and have all expressed or implicitly said that they are not willing to delete a coalition. and just remind this mean we've called it a sort of populist anti immigration party just remind us what the policies of the s.d.s. that's the party. are especially in relation to immigration is that what swung it
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when it comes to him having gotten the most votes. exactly so i think what's important to remember dancer is that he is coming into power if it he succeeds this time for all the dirty time and he's been around he's not the and the elite he's not somebody from the outside as he potentially fascist himself to be like the trump and takes over a tough rhetoric but he's been in power he's not as much as he claims he has and of course he isn't part of the let's say liberal center left of the government of enough or the larger part true although you know in various set ups and different led by different parties that being said he has a kind of an outside trustworthy you know independent that he touches insult to be however the tides have turned the electorate is hearing the voices are hungry after all and it's popular to you know go after go after and immigration policies
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laughter leads say that you will draw a crowd you know dream this far. being said he's a leader who has had a chance he hasn't done it so far will he do it design around the big question but the bigger question is can he even form a government because the opposition is on the other versified and at the same time a highly united against voting and to go in with him so he's facing an uphill battle if some of the numbers are quite remarkable remarkable an electorate of one point seven million and i believe there's twenty five parties to choose from certainly forming a coalition will be interesting but another statistic i found that was interesting was that the government that's exiting predicted a growth of five percent and economic growth of five percent which is quite respectable so why this anger i guess or you know this reaction in to and i'm an
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immigrant populist party if the economy seems to be doing ok or are those that this takes not reliable do you think. no more over i mean. this is confirmed by eurostar it's probably going to turn out the light the highest growth rate in the u. in two thousand and seventeen two thousand eight hundred years and downturn at all and it looks quite fair on the immigration side you know you've had tens of thousands of immigrants past. two hundred stage over two years two hundred not two hundred thousand so all in all this is more rhetoric than actual fundamentals but economics and security or immigration or you call it that being said what's important to know is that slovenia has consistently drought its twenty five years history as an independent country not voted for a government to stay in power for more than once and has the electorate has
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a strong tendency to switch sides and trade things up also to diversify its old so you have as you said many parties four former prime ministers leading their own parties with practically named after themselves the second party is a comedian that runs a small town that came up in the polls and is now the second biggest party in the country he's never had a single parliamentarian up until now so you are facing and looking at somebody of a disconnect between you know the reality of economic growth out of low risk of immigration and security these are the perception of the electorate to you know listen and vote for somebody who's willing to improve those things and never underestimate a comedian that becomes a political leader they seem to be doing quite well in europe these days for the moment that look out of it speaking to us from sacramento sir thank you thank you very much still to come here on al-jazeera more than fifty migrants drowned and
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thousands are rescued off particle and movie as they try to break your. and that the leaning tower of baghdad a symbol of how iraq so rich heritage is crumbling from neglect. the a. hello there we've got plenty of thunderstorms over europe still it's hope for many of us and we're also seeing also a very lively downpours one belt in the eastern part of our map and then plenty more further west this area of cloud and rain working its way across the valley arak island through parts of spain and up through parts of france as well and there is the risk that we could see some flash flooding out of this and some very large hail and gusty winds as well so this system still sticking around as we head through monday no massive change as we head through tuesday plenty of thunderstorms
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still stretching all the way up into russia to the north of that is largely fine and dry and here there's an issue every so dry that we might see some wildfires spark of certainly it's dry and still very warm force in stockholm even as we head through tuesday getting up to around fifteen degrees for the other side of the mediterranean we've also seen a fair few thunderstorms here as well just a fair amount of cloud with this really as we head through monday this time of the parts of libya and up into chuen is that gradually melts away as we head into tuesday and then we see another system just push its way in so we'll see more in the way of cloud over parts of morocco that could squeeze out one or two showers so it won't be too hot for some real battle maximum will only be twenty one. the in. singapore is being accused of expanding its coast by illegally dredged some of the islands off the
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coast of indonesia. it's big business. take. it you see this beautiful beach but behind it is something with not so plentiful tragedy is that people just now with an ecological investigation into a global emergency. on al-jazeera. welcome back here's a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera china has warned the united states that any agreement to end their trade dispute will be void if washington goes ahead with threatened tariffs trade unions in jordan have called for
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a one day strike next week amid a wave of protests against the government's plans to increase taxes and early results from slovenia's parliamentary elections that suggest the anti immigrant party led by the former prime minister. will win the most seats with over a quarter of the votes but it's not clear if young show will actually be able to form. to ms is the fence ministry says it's recovered forty six bodies after a boat carrying refugees and migrants sank in the other port city of safari reese for responding to a distress call the navy and national guard rescued another sixty eight of the people on board tennessee is an increasingly popular departure point for illegal boats heading across the mediterranean the southern europe. and in a separate incident of nine people including six children have died after their speed boat sank while crossing from turkey to the greek islands five people were rescued by the coast guard and fisherman well italy's new interior minister has
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vowed that sicily will no longer be cold war will be what he called europe's refugee camp soviet made the comments in one of the main arrival points for refugees and migrants making the illegal crossing from north africa one hundred fifty eight people landed there on friday after being rescued on the mediterranean seventy has already promised to reduce the number of arrivals and increase the number of expulsions has more now from rome. as if to make a provocative point. new interior minister turned up to one of the hot spots in italy's refugee crisis that is one of the. poorer areas the points of a rival where refugees and asylum seekers turn the city ports are low in sicily there he said that he wanted to stop it from being europe's refugee center strong rhetoric as you well designed to appeal to his supporters but not everyone who
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turned up to see him was necessarily convinced by his are if there were a handful of protesters there saying that really what was needed to be seen was the difficulties that people face exactly what it was that was driving them to italy in the first place and that is of course many of them for destitution and repression but of course mr keen to point out that this is a first move as the interior minister he wants to show italy and also to a certain extent the european union that he wants to play hardball with this he is in the coming weeks post to be meeting up in brussels with other european union interior ministers what he wants is renegotiation on the doppler accord that is to put an end to people turning up to the first e.u. member states and claiming asylum there he says that puts it in unfair position but whether he's able to do this in the face of of the european union is another matter . or meanwhile the five-star leader and the meiosis the new coalition will overhaul
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the last government's controversial labor reforms although he didn't explain how the jobs act made it easier for big firms to fire people and offer them tax incentives to hire permanent workers on new less protected terms it aimed to create jobs and help young people employed on in secure short term contracts it had mixed results with most of the new jobs created still temporary ones. the head of the catholic church has called for dialogue in nicaragua where another two people have been reported dead in anti-government protests at least sixteen people were killed on wednesday alone demonstrations against president. and his proposed changes to social security more than one hundred people have died in the last few weeks of protests critics have accused the government of targeting protesters with a shoot to kill policy pope francis called for talks. i joined my brother bishops of nicaragua in expressing sorrow for the serious
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violence carried out by armed groups to suppress social process which of course is dead and wounded i pray for the victims and their families but the church is always for dialogue but this requires an active commitment to respect freedom and above all life i pray so that all violence could see and so the conditions for the resumption of dialogue could be found as soon as possible. london has marked one year since the deadly van and knife attack london bridge prime minister to resign may in the mayor or among taking part in a service at suffolk cathedral before laying wreaths close to the scene eight people were killed and almost fifty injured in the attack which was carried out by three men or has more now from london bridge. was a warm evening around ten o'clock at night when a white van driving a high speed through the pavement here in london bridge standing running for their lives among them was forty five year old frenchman who was knocked into the river
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thames his body was found three days later further upriver. inside the three attackers were fake suicide vests and carried twelve inch hunting knives they were later identified as courier but moroccan rushed. a moroccan born. he was twenty two years old the crash in the attackers came run. down the steps into by our market at the time it was packed full of people involves restaurants and cafes what happened next has been described by police as a frenzied knife attack lasting only eight minutes but in those eight minutes eight people were killed they were french italian spanish british canadian and australian forty eight people were injured many of them critically among those killed ignacio who tried to fight off one of the attackers with his skate board he was stabbed in the back. minutes after receiving the first emergency call the specialist armed
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officers arrived on scene and shot the three attackers dead this was the third of five similar attacks in the u.k. in two thousand and seventeen only two weeks after the manchester arena bombing in which twenty two people were killed many of them children. to mark the first anniversary of the attack a procession from nearby saw the cathedral to london bridge the prime minister and other dignitaries who joined by londoners survivors and first responders. these are painful memories as a londoner this really disgusted me and why i'm here as well just to commemorate obviously the victims of that talk but also to come together as a group and unite to show that you know well beyond hatred to be bothered rather than try and so division within people this shows what happens when it's really bad and it also shows the good things that happen and i think over all that has to be. a year on and the you case national threat level remains severe meaning the
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possibility of another attack is regarded as being highly likely the head of britain's foreign intelligence service m i six has described the threats from eisel in iceland spy groups as being unprecedented london has recovered a market is as busy as it's always been but the cost of keeping london and the rest of the u.k. safe is very high indeed and the thread. government officials in kenya save residents of a building which collapsed early on sunday morning had been a victim but sneaked back in even though it was condemn the end marked for demolition three people were killed when the five story residential building humble rescuers are still looking for survivors it's not clear what caused the collapse but with housing in high demand developers often bypass building regulations in two thousand and fifteen the national construction authority found fifty eight percent
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of buildings in nairobi were unfit for habitation. inspection. at the public feel that. public. and. that some of them will be. over eighty pieces of plastic rubbish have been found in the stomach of a dead whale in thailand after a five day effort to save the pilot whale vets the sect that its stomach to find eight kilograms worth of plastic and that's after the whale had already spat out five plastic bags discovered in the southern province of some clown monday authorities have now launched campaigns to try to encourage people to use fewer bags and to recycle. italy's leaning tower of pisa is on i can i call him in world architecture and it's not the only one of its kind baghdad
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also has a leaning tower but like much of iraq's rich cultural heritage the building is suffering from neglect some of it has more now from baghdad the block read sixteen sixty the year when the mosque was built but this is all that's left of it the cracks in the arches and feeding tiles are reminders of the golden days of baghdad. this is the victorian facade of the iraqi capital old government building it was damaged during the two thousand and three us invasion and has been abandoned since this is part of the ottoman military complex on the banks of the tigris river it's decrypt state symbolizes the dig rich cultural heritage. and many people nowadays are not aware of the importance of these sites and the reason is that recently iraq has faced violence and internal fighting which led to
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a weak government the conscription zone baghdad's old minaret are feeding the compound is over a thousand years old built by the caliphs after centuries of war than invasions the minaret is the only original structure left and it didn't always lean. the government to seal the mosque because of the dangerously rapid tilting of the minaret but there are no being made to repair it the government's priorities are the provision of basic services and with a struggling economy preservation efforts inevitably take a back seat there are no worshipers in this compound which is hundreds of years old because of the fear that the minaret would fall on the hall these days when people pray they do it in the courtyard spiderwebs have replaced the curtains inside and we are told there are no books left in the library upstairs. we need to value the sites not only there were but also historic sites like the assyrian and
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babylonian sites it would help to strengthen the national identity and that iraqi national identity has been blurred by years of sectarian strife corruption and mismanagement these two domes envelop the symbolic eternal flame of the iraqi flag this monument built in the one nine hundred eighty s. used to represent iraqis now many government departments claim ownership of the multi-million dollar landmark. the martyr's monument was used by u.s. forces and then the iraqi military at the base. like much else of iraq's heritage its museum and library were also looted these days the halls remain empty and the general public is not allowed in. baghdad's rich tapestry of ancient and modern history is fading fast many people are afraid that unless action is taken to protect and preserve it it could be lost forever some of the job al-jazeera back that three astronauts from the international space station are safely back on earth
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after more than five months in orbit their russian soyuz capsule parachuted down in a remote area of kazakstan russian and. american scott tangle and japan's notice should get can i spent one hundred sixty eight days in space three astronauts are still on board with three more blasting off to join them on wednesday more on the website. now the top stories on al-jazeera china has won the united states that any agreements to end their trade this beautiful be off if washington goes ahead with threatened tariffs u.s. commerce secretary wilbur ross has been holding talks with the chinese leaders in beijing he said the meetings so far have been friendly and frank the two countries have threatened to for tat tariffs of goods worth up to one hundred fifty billion dollars each meanwhile canada's prime minister has called the new u.s.
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tariffs insulting and says canada is ready to impose its own tariffs in retaliation the idea that the canadian steel that's in military military vehicles in the united states the canadian aluminum that makes your your fighter jets is somehow now a threat the idea that we are somehow a national security threat to the united states is quite frankly insulting and unacceptable. trade unions in jordan have called for a one day strike next week amid a wave of protests against the government's plans to increase taxes crowds gathered near the prime minister's office on saturday night calling for the government to resign their the biggest anti-government protests jordan has seen for five years. a french newspaper is reporting that saudi arabia is threatening military action against qatar if it acquires russian weapons le figaro newspaper says the saudi
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crown prince has written to u.s. president donald trump and british prime minister to resign me to warn that it is ready to retaliate if qatar acquires the as four hundred anti aircraft defense system it was reported on friday that he'd written a similar letter to french president emmanuel mccrum. to moscow said in january that his country intended to acquire the missile system saudi arabia along with the u.a.e. and bahrain cut off relations with qatar last june. in slovenia early results from the parliamentary elections show the rightwing anti immigration party led by the former prime minister. winning more than a quarter of the votes a young isn't on course for an outright majority and the other party leaders say they will refuse to work with him because of his anti immigrant stance there's a the headlines talk to al-jazeera is next and half an hour of i.
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it is time to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital
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of israel. in december two thousand and seventeen u.s. presidents don't will trump recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel.


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