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that would have stood all around it have been felt but it's been left alone environmentalist don't think anything like enough trees have been in this entire logged area it's the only one that's been left standing there are completely burned out stumps of similar trees nearby but researches say exclusion zones around individual animals and preserving just the very oldest trees does not go far enough they want large scale protection of middle age seventy or eighty year old trees too that is their next old growth forest i've got another fifty years before they start becoming a whole logically mature we need some of those trees to be very or growth forest that would mean excluding much bigger areas from looking economically and politically that could hurt andrew thomas al-jazeera in australia as victoria's central highlands. back now to our top story this news out of the summit in
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singapore which many will be hoping will ease tensions with a nuclear north korea among those is a korean born canadian clergyman and humanitarian worker who was released from a labor camp in north korea last year after nearly one thousand days in captivity and so on and. my name is one suliman pastor at the korean light presbyterian church near toronto. and. i went to north korea one hundred fifty times to help starving people during the famine torment we fed more than ten thousand i was so well known to the north korean government i didn't even need a visa i wasn't suspicious when they asked me to come to a meeting one day i just went. home in pyongyang i was arrested in the court i found out they objected to a speech i made. against worshiping the kim family as god's only god should be
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worshiped i said that's what i believe so i confessed to the charges i even said i'd been a traitor. and sentenced me to death but then sent me instead to a labor camp for life. it was bitterly cold i had to break up cold and dig with my bare hands in the frozen ground the guards didn't torture me the verbal abuse was constant. my christian faith was all i had if god wanted me to die i was ready. when my release came in two thousand and seventeen it was such a surprise i was handed over to a canadian delegation took me home and i'm so grateful.
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i'm hopeful there can be peace talks as for me i have no hard feelings against the people who mistreated me north korea eventually will be a better place i know that. just ahead here on that is a grand slam title at last for some of the hot up. be here she did it in schools. uncovering faulty forensic analysis by the f.b.i. more than twenty years ago reports being written without my knowledge or authorization equipment dirty testimonies being given that's way beyond people's expertise the state has announced its intention to attempt to retry john after two trees crimes for which he's already served thirty two years there evidence was the only physical evidence that put really manning in that car the system with juvenile
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in jail on al-jazeera. the nature of news as it breaks this is one of the areas that protestant had blocked the road through to the final higher than anything they could find with details coverage because now there's a big stream of the hotline assad regime which everyone striving for the good of the state from around the world this museum aims to be a way of posset story over region's history and its perfected war that has divided the tribes here for generations. but again the sport is far adrian thank you so much rafa nadal has a chance to win
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a record extending eleventh french open title he's taking on the seventh seed dominic team in the final meanwhile women's world number one thrown a hell of a celebrating her first grand slam singles title at the french open she defeated u.s. open champion american sloane stephens in three sets on saturday peter stockmann reports. the big question in paris was could simona halep finally do it sloane stephens stood in her way and roland garros a place where hello petal really lost in two previous finals not to mention defeat in the australian open final in january and it looked like history might repeat itself when stevens won the first set the current u.s. open champion taking it six three. it looked even worse for the remaining when stevens led by a break early on in the second say it however on this occasion help would show incredible determination to break back and go on to take the set six tools to force
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a deciding six in paris. there was to be no third set battle royal bow as the world number one show just why she holds the top ranking halep storming to a six one six win and in doing so securing her first grand slam singles title i it's an amazing moment and definitely without smiling this. is a special moment i was dreaming for this moment since actually yourself if the play tennis it's my favorite grand slam and i always say that if i am going to win one i want to be here so it's real now. becomes the first romanian woman in forty years to win a grand slam singles title peter stammered al-jazeera. america will be back at football's world cup for the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and they're looking good ahead of the tournaments on saturday the team nicknamed the atlas lions took care of business against the stone of the models one
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much three one thanks to eunice behind him as the tax penalty and use of. elsewhere one of the favorites for the world cup france were held to a one one draw gives us a you do qualify alexander mitchell bitch scored the first ever international hot trick for serbia in a five one hammering of bolivia and there were also wins for denmark australia and spain. nigeria kick off their world cup campaign on saturday when they face croatian group d. the players from the west african nation will be hoping to focus on their performances without having to worry about being paid. reports from port harcourt. nigeria's super you goes up training hard for the year's world cup in russia. the focus is on winning in advance in the biggest sporting event in the world. i dispute over salaries and bonuses caused to contrive a secret in the last world cup in brazil four years ago officials here say that was
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a turning point. then with the players the cups in a new way the course and agree clearly what is your bonus for this what's present in the world cup already we agree on the money they're going to bid for it but i'm sure money is not. does that will offend one us for the world so many have been put aside officials say the players are paid two point eight million dollars for qualifying team officials say they want to avoid a repeat of what happened in a previous well copy two thousand and fourteen when nigerian players refused to train ahead of their match the promised prompt payment to allow access this time a promise that officials are feel to keep in the past. some players say with a signed agreement their pay worries are put aside for now the focus is on the task at hand fighting their way out of a deal where they're considered the underdogs we like where we've been placed we don't want to be one of the favorites i think this will give the team
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a bit more motivation to prove to try to prove that you know the critics the people wrong that we can actually do much better i do think we can do so. general the playing argentina away share in iceland as they try to advance from the group stages many will be watching to see if indeed full of issues and players have learned lessons from twenty fourteen comedy i'll just point out. sebastian vettel will start sunday's canadian ground pole position the ferrari driver is second in the championship fourteen points behind lewis hamilton qualified down in fourth but who has won the canadian grand prix just a while since that was back in two thousand and thirteen the last time he won the f one champ. what a day on the calendar bendable in college just can't keep getting click in my final lap by. added a small mistake otherwise i think it was a little bit more but plastic so thanks to the team thankful fixing the car
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yesterday after i hit the wall a little bit so yeah really happy and those are massive crowds i think they have been is so cool there are so many people there waving every lap and yeah a lot of ferrari fans obviously here. and be a champions of all the state warriors have arrived home on saturday after sweeping the cleveland cavaliers to win back to back titles of all the states kevin durant's he scored twenty points in the game four clencher won his second consecutive finals m.v.p. . that's all your support for israel back to you first of many thanks indeed now the sound of music is being heard in turkey's biggest city though not the julie andrews movie the istanbul music festival which is hosting around five hundred artists among them many young classical musicians often forced to go abroad to further their careers so than concealer reports. as well as some of the world's most renowned classical musicians young talent is taking to the stage all
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over. including twenty two year old. but talent she says needs to be polished with practice. fingers paid the price and as is often with artists rewards have little to do with money. some other art is expensive no one produces hopes in turkey my instrument cost twenty thousand euros at least these are all beyond my parents' budget i am dependent on funds. it is much the same story with her fellow musicians. the instrument i buy its case its bow all a very expensive for us considering the euro is very high in turkey is a sin all mark being a musician is all about what's in your heart in a way but besides education you must have financial support. classical music is not as popular in turkey as many other countries private
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institutions and companies tend to fund artists and events through what are called social responsibility budgets. this festival lasers with sponsors to support. young talent while ensuring their educational needs are met. you take this i'm not doing arts and music together pushes us to think collectively about the world's problems and act together i believe music has an indirect mission for peace the soul of some concert tickets that will help girls who are studying music of rote. fame male musicians fund i will play the maintenance of my cello and i will buy new heo for my boat so it's a amazing help for me these young stars are older than no one outside but that's home it is difficult for classical musicians to make a name for themselves and the government doesn't have an incentive or scholarship
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for special arts students. but most of these girls agree they're promoting their come true with their talents and the government should recognise that and provide more help seen aamco solo al-jazeera stumble born is straight ahead just about. thanks.
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three big stories generate thousands of headlines cooperation with different angles from different perspectives. to this the work that russia was responsible for the separate the spin from the facts that's why on god's states or in the misinformation from the journalism the issues here go far beyond one data mining company and one election with the listening post on al-jazeera. i remember the first time i walked into the newsroom and it felt like being in the general assembly of the united nations because it was so many nationalities. just different places but it's one that gives us that gives us the ability to identify people when they hear the side of the world but we can understand what it's like to have a different perspective and i think that is a strength for al-jazeera. on october the sixth one thousand nine hundred seventy
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three when muslims were observing ramadan and jews were celebrating young people. egypt and syria a surprise move against israel. permitted so to get into the situation disaster now in the first of the month series al-jazeera explores what really happened during the first week of the war in october on al-jazeera. u.s. president tom will trump arrives in singapore ahead of his summits with north korea's kim jong un. kim arrived for the high stakes meeting in metz with singapore's prime minister.
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very unforgiving this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. and ian's are polite were reasonable but we also will not be pushed over canada's leader stands for strong tweets to describe him as dishonest and weak all retracting the us from the agreed g. seven summit communiqué. and other women's rights activist is arrested in saudi arabia just two weeks before women are given the right to drive in the kingdom. and nearly two hundred people missing out across a modest volcano eruption emergency workers now say there's little hope of finding anyone else alive. after years of hostility and bitter rhetoric the stage is now set for the leaders of north korea and the united states to sit down for talks donald trump and kim jong un have arrived in singapore on tuesday the two leaders will shake hands for
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their historic summit it will be the first time that a sitting u.s. president has met with a north korean leader our diplomatic editor james bays has been gauging expert opinion in singapore. a moment of history the leader of north korea first and then the u.s. president several hours later arriving in the same city this on off summit is now effectively under way the face to face meeting aimed at diverting a nuclear crisis taking place on choose day kim jong un borrowed a plane from china to bring him here he's probably the least well traveled leader on earth in charge of his isolated nation for six years he had met no other foreign leader until this year he came to singapore with his own body guard unit and brought his own armored limousine on a cargo plane again supplied by china remarkably it's only nine months since
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president trump told the u.n. general assembly he was prepared to annihilate pyongyang diplomacy did finally kick in with north korea sending a delegation to south korea's winter olympics in february. a historic summit at the demilitarized zone between the two koreas was followed by a secret trip by then cia director mike pompei oh the first of two visits he made to pyongyang they paved the way for this summit in singapore trump briefly canceled this summit last month and he's repeatedly threatened to walk away if he doesn't believe the negotiations is serious a tough line but at the same time trump has been sending mixed messages to kim before he flew to singapore he was asked what he wanted to achieve at this historic summit but i had a minimum i do believe at least we'll have met each other we will have. seen each other hopefully we will have liked each other and will start that process i would
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say that would be the minimal no demand then for the north korean leader to commit to completely give up his nuclear capability but experts say that kim is also well aware that trump is unpredictable and that he's coming from another summit the g seven where he fell out with his closest allies a meeting where the optics are positive meaning trum gets a handshake with someone and it agreeing to some kind of nuclear need nuclearization deal would go a long way to mescaline for president from as much as it would for the. north korean state community so in in all likelihood i think the north koreans are. upbeat but they are careful with the same time. as kim had a brief courtesy meeting with singapore's prime minister news emerged that he was planning to leave the city just five hours after his meeting with trump that suggests there will not be lengthy substantial of talks but we shouldn't discount
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the idea that the north korean side may perhaps of those proposed timings as a negotiation tactic james plays al-jazeera singapore so china may well be on the sidelines of the some of the beijing's influence on pyongyang is paper the obvious it was as you heard a chinese aircraft that carried him to singapore meanwhile china's president xi jinping has been hosting a meeting with central asian neighbors and russia's president vladimir putin foreign slowly reports from beijing. the eight member states of the shanghai cooperation organization together represent about forty percent of the world's population and make up about twenty percent of the world's g.d.p. so in terms of the economy and trade it's not a real heavyweight but it's not a lightweight either when it comes to the international arena because this is a grouping led by china and russia so should come as no surprise that they've use this summit as
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a platform to push the idea of an alternative international order now and chinese president xi jinping alluded as much when he mentioned american one germany still existing but then said there were growing calls for a more just and equitable international order and what else have we heard coming out from the summit we've heard iranian president hassan rouhani whose country is not a member state but has observer status at the a c o attacked the u.s. for what he said was unilateralism in pulling out of the iran nuclear deal and then we've also heard chinese president criticizing the u.s. for its policies on trade its protectionist policies on trade now many analysts regard the c.e.o. as a counterbalance as a counterweight to the existing groupings that are dominated by the u.s. and its allies and what we could see going forward in the years to come is perhaps the c.e.o. gaining importance and prominence in the international world order or president trumps arrival in singapore is being overshadowed by his early departure from the
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g. seven summit in canada there he refused to support a g seven joint communique which vowed to cut trade barriers a white house advisor is accusing canada's prime minister of stabbing the us in the back want germany says the u.s. has destroyed the group's trust john hendren reports from quebec city. the g. seven summit in canada began in crisis in ended in conflict u.s. president donald trump came late left early and ceded no ground as united states has been taken advantage of for decades and decades and we can't do that anymore i can gradually the leaders of other countries for so crazily being able to make these trade deals that was so good for their country and so bad for the united states neither did the six other world leaders at the g. seven summit they were united in opposing trumps tariffs on steel and aluminum a move they say is likely to spark
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a trade war after trump left early the host of this summit canadian prime minister justin trudeau fired back i highlighted directly to the president that canadians did not take it lightly that the united states has moved forward with significant tariffs on our steel and aluminum industry particularly did not take lightly the fact that it's based on a national security reason that it's kind of insulting but we also will not be pushed around. from air force one on his way to singapore to meet north korean leader kim jong un sent off an angry tweet calling trudeau dishonest and weak all seven nations had papered over the trades bad signing an agreement that big. free fair and mutually beneficial trade without defining it that agreement is now moot in another tweet from air force one revoked his signature saying quote based on justin's false statements at his news conference and the fact that canada is
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charging massive tariffs to our u.s. farmers workers and companies i have instructed our reps not to endorse the communique trudeau's office tweeted back quote the prime minister said nothing he hasn't said before both in public and in private conversations with the president. this picture captures the global tension and that was before the twitter war this year's g seventy is already going down is the g six plus one six members on one side and president trump on the other is a summit six of the members hope would end by escalating a budding trade war that instead has ended up accelerating but it was trudeau who had the support of his fellow g. seven members where we disagree with our allies on something it is right that we say so and the issue openly and frankly we have done just that at this summit registry of deep disappointment at the unjustified decision by the u.s. to apply terrorists to e.u.
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steel and on the medium imports as the g seven leaders returned home they leave more divided than ever john hendren al-jazeera quebec city canada mccain is an economist and head of the china economic policy research program also going to university he says the trumps increasing isolation from his allies is an opportunity for china's president xi jinping. i think the message is clear just at the same time as we had the what they call it the failure of the g seven meeting in canada at the same time. playing a very important role of not just this weekend but just sending the big signal that the big changes the big decisions are being made here not just that within this not hype of racial meeting but also the meeting with north korea while the way that the g seven that by the way does not include neither china or russia is kind of straddling not just with the rest of the world but this start to struggle with each
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other agenda and so in a way just like we have seen in the last couple of years that this is a further if i may use the word triumph of course e.g. being to be the people to all players in the region first of all sort of rising to a more important role within within the world and so this is a very important and we have very positive it with asians also for the meeting in singapore another flow of. ash from the volcano in guatemala has forced emergency teams to abandon their search for survivors they've given up hope now finding anyone else alive after last sunday's eruption that killed at least one hundred people nearly two hundred are still missing thousands of homes have been destroyed marianna sanchez reports from the disaster zone. this is one of more than one hundred think tim's of the eruption. boiling ash works in fields were blown nearly two kilometers into the sky much of it now didn't see
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this bill each she and many others didn't have time to ski and that you know there were two sons and two grandchildren died with her. in total eleven family members died sissy's may get to see her brother in law her body was one of the last to be recovered. it was the most of medical clinic irruption in what they managed in decades nearly two hundred people remain missing more than twelve thousand others lost their homes. twenty one year old madeline the letter king and her two children are adjusting to their new life in a shelter they flagged down a passing car and blew leaving everything behind the barrier. both of my children cried in fear and i begged god to save them so many children have died survivors have been helped by teams of social workers.


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