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tv   The Stream 2018 Ep 90  Al Jazeera  June 6, 2018 11:33am-12:00pm +03

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get our education overseas this is our country and it is the right time to feel stable here. the protests in the capital amman have been directed towards the government's plans for tax hikes and austerity measures many of those who've come out are young. while the atmosphere at this peaceful protest appeared almost festive a times the frustration is clear wasn't brought us my is an actress she says anyone ignoring corruption in society means they are part of the problem had been welcomed i shan't be here to see this country so that people in town. many jordanian say the message this crowd is sending must be heard lemme see dman policy there are leading the country to more death and imposing more taxes will take the country to an unknown town we decided to go to the streets people and youth to put an end to these policies on tuesday king abdullah appointed education minister ahmed of as us to be the new prime minister and form a government because a former world bank official is considered
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a leading reformer and his appointment comes after his predecessor and adamantly quit amid the growing anger. the protests began after a mostly announced his plans to raise income taxes by as much as five percent taxes aimed at shrinking jordan's thirty seven billion dollar debt the a dependent economy has been struggling with a dramatic cut in donations by the u.a.e. the u.s. and saudi arabia protesters say they want to make it clear to the government that simply replacing the prime minister will not go far enough. the u.s. president says negotiations with north korea are going very well ahead of his high stakes summit with kim jong un in singapore but washington says it will continue to maintain maximum pressure on north korea and that it scraps its nuclear weapons. a lot of relationship being built a lot of negotiation going on even before the trip but it looks like it's coming along fine we'll see what happens but. very important it will be
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a very important couple of days for trump's comments came as the white house on vale the venue where his historic summit with kim will take place the leaders will meet at the capella hotel that's a luxury resort on singapore's sentosa island the summit will begin exactly nine am local time on tuesday the hollywood movie producer harvey weinstein has pleaded not guilty to rape and sexual assault charges the sixty six year old appeared in a new york court on tuesday morning after a grand jury indicted him last week on charges involving two women weinstein whose actions help spark the international meet to movement and says he has only ever had consensual sex the u.s. fashion designer kate spade has died the body of the fifty five year old was removed from her new york apartment following an apparent suicide spade started her business in the one nine hundred ninety s. selling humbugs and then added clothes accessories and jewelry that kate spade brand has more than three hundred shops in the u.s. and around the world in the u.s.
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primary elections are taking place in several states voters are choosing candidates to run for a range of positions in the embers mid-term elections democrats are hoping to retake the house of representatives from the republicans so they can impede donald trump's agenda his shabby towns. new jersey alabama mississippi iowa south dakota montana new mexico and california are holding primaries on june the fifth in november's mid-term congressional elections the democrats hope to take at least twenty three districts from the republicans and retake the house of representatives in washington these primaries will decide who their candidates will be california is key the democrats hope to flip seven districts here and democrats in hollywood and with the california's primary rules may scupper the democrats' chances precisely because of the museum the challenge republican candidates because of california system of top two primaries all candidates compete against each other
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in each district no matter their party affiliation with the top two moving on to november's election so many democrats are running the party's vote will be split so two republicans in several districts may get the most votes and end up facing each other in november elsewhere in states such as new jersey for example tuesday's primaries reveal the battle within the democratic party the bernie sanders left argues the democrats need to prove they're with the ninety nine percent and not the one percent or they will lose again but the hillary clinton party establishment is overtly pushing democrats with wealthy corporate donors over grassroots activists in the primaries hello my name is peter jacob in a new jersey district progressive activist pete and jacob only narrowly lost to the incumbent republican congressman two years ago even before democratic rage with donald trump upset him and yet to the democratic party leadership is supporting
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former clinton and obama official told melanau ski who only recently moved to this ethnically diverse area of the democratic party it's in shambles because they're not listening to the people they're listening to their donors i'm cindy asked me and i approve this message a record number of democratic women candidates are running and those with big donors are receiving. official policy support but even if they will lead to a gender revolution in november midterms there are thirteen women who are incumbents right now who are not running for reelection so we're down thirteen women in the house alone just as we as we begin this task of increasing the number of women in congress and as the democratic leadership sticks to its formula a big money. lead over the republicans from. washington our time for another short break here. on the wall again.
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it's long been a key element for the miss america competition but from now contestants will no longer have to wear a swimsuit organizers of the event said the woman taking part would judged on other attributes and not just physical appearance as it was questioned some of miasma. by my bikini with a tweet miss america scrapped its iconic swimsuit competition the judges must keep
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in mind strictly on the job. pageant that started almost one hundred years ago as a tourist attraction in atlantic city new jersey evolved into what organizers now describe as a competition to see. miss america nine hundred eighty nine and former newscaster gretchen carlson became the first female chairwoman of the organization's board after derogatory and show monistic emails from a former c.e.o. became public we will no longer judge our candidates on their outward physical appearance that's huge the idea is to make the competition more inclusive to women of all shapes and sizes given the organization is the largest provider of scholarship assistance to young women in the united states and its stated purpose is to promote their education. while some applauded the decision not everyone is on board i think it's a good thing yeah i mean it should be based on their you know personality their
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answer it's what they want to do to help the world be better i think it's ridiculous that they're not doing this and see that and why is that because it's part of it always has been as it's been in existence or as i'm supposed to say i'm in favor of such a. such thing but i probably realize the evening gown competition will also change to allow contestants to focus on personal style or whatever they choose to do it's going to be what comes out of their mouth that we're interested in when they talk about their social impact initiative changes will take effect in the next competition which is scheduled for september kristensen me out just zero our time for the sport now his son thank you very much novak djokovic has been knocked out of the french open the twenty sixteen champion who was beaten by the unseated italian michael chicken in an ethical to final and which is and has.
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this had already been the best few days of marco check you know its host tennis career prior to this french open the italian had never won a main draw much acts a grand slam now he was taking on and out playing former world number one novak djokovic. djokovic found himself two sets down in this quarter final but he got himself back into the match winning the third set six one. the full set went into an epic tie break three times joke of each missed set points and saved match points was but it was the world number seventy two who was to make the last and decisive contribution was ing out the match to become the lowest ranked semifinalist at this event in the most two decades chicken also will face austria's dominic team in the last four years he reaching his third roland garros semifinal with
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a straight sets win over germany's alexander's farah i was. in the women's draw u.s. open champion slung stephens's closing in on another grand slam title shot in american beats daria because it came to the set up to last for much with her compatriots madison keys the player she beat to win that u.s. title last year i think for both of us that was the biggest moment of both of our careers last year playing in the finals the us open i think here a lot has happened since then. we're both playing well in the semis of a grand slam obviously it's just another opportunity. kinney's was a straight sets win against unseeded council u.d.p. to save her she's yet to drop a set of issues tournament on the richardson algeciras. cleveland cavaliers star le bron james says regardless of which team wins the n.b.a. finals neither want an invited to the white house the cavaliers are taking on the
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goal to stay a warriors and a seven game series le bron's comments of follow president trumps decision to cancel the invites a sent out to n.f.l. champ is the philadelphia eagles trump said it was because a many of the eagle play as opposed to his view that they probably stand up for the national anthem for the last two years some players have knelt to join the anthem in a protest against racial injustice. you know someone invited you to their house which in that moment because i think the championship. winning a super bowl winning a stanley cup or within the walls years or when the n.b.a. championship or national championship. is way bigger than dinner by that sort of white house. special with him and their well cup hosts russia will be heading into the tournament in the less than ideal form where the host extended their win this run to seven games off to being held to
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a draw by turkey in moscow russia did take the lead through alexander same golf but turkey equalized in the second hall and the game finished won all russia play saudi arabia in the opening match of the finals on the fourteenth of. argentina have cancelled their upcoming friendly against israel on sunday the head of palestinian football association had called on all arab fans to burn up posters and t. shirts of argentinean strike a messy if you took part in the game. brazil finalizing their preparations at a training camp in london england is set to be the new long term home of their matilda fred he's agreed to a seven seventy million dollars deal to do a majesty united from ukraine's a shutout on it. three time premier league win iowa to a kames matches to city manager pep guardiola often has problems with african football as the thirty five year old ivorian made the allegations in
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a magazine interview the former african player of the guess says guardiola was cruel to him during his time at city tourist started just one league game last season and has now left the club well gonna base football all right gary l. smith says it's not the first time a high profile player has had problem with. three is not the first person to make such a clean indo. is like signing for a movie obviously did not accuse got you a lot of racism but his comments again got a lot also suggests that the man has a problem with the players who voiced their opinion all like to take a stance on issues and then you have to share in the comments of somebody like some well it was well also grace kelly who are similar to basically what.
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you actually has said and he said this back in two thousand and one two thousand and ten and then you see that probably the cartoon. but to be fair to purpose well this is the same man who was given players like a lot of opportunities here a few times never complained he's went with one or two black or african. the washington capitals are one way away from clinton the biggest prize in ice hockey for the very first time while they beat the vegas golden knights in game four of the stanley cup finals in washington the capital scored three goals in the first period and went on to beat the golden knights six to washington now the series three one team has yet such a lead slip since the detroit red wings in mind two hundred forty two. i think it's maybe more important now than than ever before to to really focus on on just the first period. we've done
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a great job and i can head of ourselves. we haven't been getting too i are too low whether the other team scores we score we win or they win and that's always fall for we'll have more later on thanks i know it is of course not websites there what is the address al-jazeera dot com so for me for the news out joined up is up next with more of the day's news but. it's. just.
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before of the israeli intelligence services showed it only too well. and this is al-jazeera live from coming up. more vacuous and guatemala after a new option from the fair go volcano which has killed more than seventy people. mexico announces taxes on u.s. goods in retaliation to president trump's tariffs on steel and elemental plus one would see in the printed nine years what is needed here is a piece. of brutal civil war in south sudan has left tens of thousands sick starving and dependent on international aid just to survive.
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israel's prime minister is touring europe to drum up support against iran after visiting germany binyamin netanyahu is in france in his attempt to get european countries to join the u.s. to withdraw from the landmark nuclear deal that coincides with to her hands announcement that it is increasing its capacity to enrich uranium but as natasha butler reports from paris french president amanda was not convinced. benjamin netanyahu arrived at the least say for talks with the man or woman or call just a few hours off iran had announced it was increasing its uranium enrichment capacity the israeli prime minister said the move was proof that tehran weapons. netanyahu is in europe to urge either leaders to stop supporting the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal. in a court that he's convinced will collapse i didn't ask france to withdraw from the j.c.b. or because i think the jersey is basically going to. be dissolved by the
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weight of the economic forces but i think that there are two possibilities either iran dismantles its nuclear activities unilaterally under this pressure or there may be in the future in negotiations for a better. a better deal the french president said the iran nuclear deal wasn't perfect but should remain the basis for a wider agreement because there's a need if we think it's not enough it's a useful building block better than what we have a full of the best things to keep it because as we say a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush with you so i agree with you c.p.o. isn't enough but it's better than what we had before. iran says it's boosting its uranium enrichment in case the twenty fifteen deal collapses or head of iran's atomic agency said it informed the united nations that work had begun on him carter rule of austerity right now ideological infrastructure and utilities in the towns
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are ready for hundreds of thousands of asked w. years. the deal limited iran's nuclear activities in return for lifting sanctions united since the u.s. withdrawal last month european leaders have been trying to salvage it and find ways to block looming u.s. sanctions european leaders all struggling to save the iran deal and some analysts say the tehran's decision to increase the pressure on the marrow may only make it harder iranian officials are not seeing much rush in the. decision making process that's what they want to keep all options available and at strategic levels that means also a threat to the europeans not to you know it with iran not to joke with iran the french president has called for a deescalation of tensions on all sides but unless european leaders come up with a plan to save the deal soon and keep u.s. sanctions a baby iran's patients with his allies may soon run out and sasha bottler out.
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you vacuum asians have been ordered in guatemala where the mount where go volcano has been spewing fresh lover at least seventy two people are known to have died and hundreds are missing following sunday's eruption rescuers have been sifting through hot ash in search of survivors while many of chosen to flee entire villages have been destroyed david mo says more from is going to tell and what's close to the volcano. the ash is still incredibly hot the ash i mean there's a couple of metres of ash that have covered this entire town and it's very hot you feel it coming up through the soles of your feet if you don't have proper boots on it can really it can really lead to a lot of heat blisters and things like that so they've got these hot conditions we're down near the coast of guatemala or in the tropics of course there's the sun and the general heat they're having to contend with and then there are these other explosions so you know you just start getting work working on getting a house dog out and then suddenly you hear
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a whistle and you have to run out and hop in a car and drive down to the highway so that's certainly hampering issues and then the other thing i'll just mention quickly i don't know if you can see the flashes of lightning around me at all or you can hear the thunder we're in rainy season here and flash floods are common at this time of the year and so if the heavy rain comes down and enters into some of these valleys up on the volcano that can lead to massive mudslides or it could really further volcanic the burial so lots of different risks and lots of different dangerous weather emergency workers challenges for them in the coming days and coming weeks is more fallout from donald trump's decision to impose tariffs on its trade allies in a retaliatory move mexico says it'll maybe fifteen to twenty five percent tariffs on steel and agricultural imports from the u.s. the mexican government has also complained to the world trade organization the white house says it may pull out of talks to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement choosing to deal separately with mexico and canada. as
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a latin america political analyst he says although nobody stands to gain from a trade war maybe an opportunity for make soko to diversify its economy. it's it's completely a turnaround in terms of how the trumpet ministration is viewing the negotiation the nafta negotiations when nafta was first formulated it was seen as a an attempt to integrate the three economies and the dutch the trumpet ministration is not seen it in this way it's clear from these actions of creating this trade war that they're trying to see this as a zero sum game in which they're trying to get as much out of it as they can for their own you know particular interests and we're seen the results and it's an escalation of you know with the european union with mexico with canada of this trade we're kind of phenomenon i think mexico can withstand a trade war with the united states obviously it will not be beneficial it's not in
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its best interest to do so but it could lead towards a diversification of its trade portfolio towards latin america towards brazil argentina china the european union and i'm sure the mexican. government has already signaled as much that they would likely do that. the u.s. president says negotiations with north korea are going very well ahead of his high stakes summit with kim jong un in singapore but washington says it will continue to maintain maximum pressure on north korea until it stops its nuclear program. a lot of relationship being built a lot of negotiation going only before the trip but it looks like it's coming on friday we'll see what happens but. very important it will be a very important couple of days chomps comments came as the white house unveiled the venue a summit with kim will take place the leaders will meet at the capella hotel the
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luxury resort on singapore scinto as an island the summit will begin at exactly nine am local time on choose day the u.s. president had previously canceled the meeting with kim but backtracked a few days later you know the south korean president says he'll continue the push to recover remains of those killed during the korean war in his memorial day speech moon j.n. says he aims to get to those buried in the demilitarized zone that divides the two koreas following a rare summit between moon and kim jong un in april the two sides have been working on a peace agreement that could replace the armistice that ended the three year conflict in one nine hundred fifty three argentina cancel the upcoming friendly against israel ahead of this month's football world cup on sunday the head of the palestinian football association had.


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