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provides free treatment for one billion patients to get the cure revisited which is iraq. and when you prosecute the parents for coming in illegally which should happen you have to take the children away the president ramps up the rhetoric in the face of growing outrage over his policy of separating migrant families. hello i maryam namazie and london you're with al-jazeera also coming up the u.s. announces it's withdrawing from the united nations human rights council accusing it of conic bias against israel. immigration and rescue teams in spain say
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that being overwhelmed as hundreds of people of arrive from north africa. and fierce fighting around had data at port despite the saudi m. rashi coalition saying it's taken it from yemen to see rebels. the pressure keeps growing on u.s. president donald trump over his administration's policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the border of mexico and american business leaders are the latest to join the chorus of condemnation following criticism by former first lady laura bush and even his own wife but trump is refusing to back down and has actually responded by ramping up the rhetoric we want to solve this problem we want to solve family separation i don't want children taken away from parents. and when you prosecute the parents for coming in illegally which should happen you have
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to take the children away now we don't have to prosecute them but then we're not prosecuting them for coming in illegally that's not. we want to end the border crisis by finally giving us the legal authorities and the resources to detain and remove illegal immigrant families altogether and bring them back to their country we have to bring them back well in mexico's foreign minister added his voice to those condemning the policy. i would like to express in the name of the people and government of mexico our most categorical and energetic condemnation of what is a cruel and inhuman policy mexico fully recognizes the united states sovereignty and its capacity to decide its own way of dealing with immigration the mexican government does not in any way promote illegal immigration however we cannot be
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indifferent to what clearly represents a violation of human rights and can put children including disabled children in situations of danger and vulnerability. adding to the outrage of distressed children inside detention centers which was recorded by propose investigative journalism organization. there are four. people. i think of. from every. thing that i call. or u.s. president on all has arrived on capitol hill to discuss his immigration policy with
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republican lawmakers alan fischer is monitoring this for us and so is there the condemnation of the recent policy of separating migrant families continues what seeking to do today at capitol hill. while he's over on the house side of me speaking to lawmakers over there there are two bills in the works the fine details are still being worked on one is fairly conservative and gives a lot of what donald trump wants but doesn't the widespread support want to slightly more widespread support and talks about things like funding for the border wall also giving the dreamers the young children who are brought here illegally by their parents a pathway to citizenship is a problem with the right these bills are being watched through and we think the more moderate one also considers the idea of stopping the separation of families here's the problem with that donald trump on friday the white house said whatever bill comes out of the house and then is approved by the senate we will sign he's
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now saying whatever we see from the house we will take it away we will amend the and then we will send it back that will slow the whole process there in the senate meanwhile is walking on a deal to try and just limit some sort of legislation towards stopping the separation of children from their their their parents and that is being pushed through by the republicans to difficulties with that one if it goes through here in the senate then don't trump might know a sign. but the bigger problem for them is that that is not getting any traction with the democrats it's not that they don't want to address the situation but this is there's no legislative need for a change if you go back and they're actually saying look if you go back to the republican convention two years ago when donald trump accepted the nomination for president remember he stood on the stage and said we have problems with immigration and i alone can solve all the saying that's absolutely true we don't need a legislative fix you can solve this by picking up the food making a call and seeing that policy which separates children from the parents has to stop
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and has to stop no but what we're seeing is a lot of talk about immigration here on the hill the concern among many is that yet again will be a lot of talk about immigration here on the hill and by the time we get to the end of the week this situation wouldn't have moved and there is pressure on donald trump to do something in the next twenty four forty eight hours because we're hearing more and more voices seeing what is happening in the border is simply un-american and unacceptable all right thank you very much and all the latest from capitol hill alan fischer. united states has a hold out of the united nations human rights council the first country to ever withdraw its ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley maybe announcement alongside the secretary of state might on in washington haley has accused the council of chronic bias against israel and
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announced last year that the u.s. was reviewing its membership she says the u.s. is leaving because the council did not make any effort to change its ways the united states is officially withdrawing from the un human rights council. in doing so i want to make it crystal clear that this step is not a retreat from human rights commitments on the contrary we take this step because our commitment does not allow us to remain a part of a hypocritical and self-serving organization that makes a mockery of human rights we did not make this decision lightly the human rights council is a poor defender of human rights. worse than that the human rights council has become an exercise in shameless hypocrisy with many of the world's worst human rights abuses going ignored and some of the world's most serious offenders sitting on the council itself. the only thing worse than
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a council that does almost nothing to protect human rights is a council that covers for human rights abuses uses and is therefore an obstacle to progress and an impediment to change. let's now speak to louis united nations direct to the human rights watch thank you very much for speaking to us and so we just listening to some of the comments made there from secretary of state might pompei a very strong criticism of the u.n. human rights council saying that they the body had failed in its objectives that it was. accusing the body of shameless hypocrisy is there a serious need for this body to reform from within. the human rights council has done some very good work highlighting human rights abuses around the world scrutinizing then bringing facts to light which enable
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us to work on holding these countries to account in syria they set up a commission of inquiry that has been working for the last seven years uncovering ghastly abuses reporting publicly on them they set up a fact finding mission for myanmar where we've seen ethnic cleansing on a scale that is mind boggling they have looked at the problems in south sudan burundi congo north korea so many issues that the human rights council has looked at and it's done very good work this is not to say that the council doesn't have its shortcomings the council should be spending more time looking at issues like the human rights abuses in venezuela in egypt turkey the united states has complained that that israel is being treated unfairly israel
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deserves criticism the problem isn't that israel is being criticized but some of these other issues that i mentioned like venezuela turkey egypt are not getting enough attention so the united states to as a member of the human rights council gets scrutinized an all countries are going to be subjected to periodic reviews this is normal but to say that this is a reason to walk away from it that that's like throwing the baby out with the bathwater this isn't doing anything for the victims of human rights abuses around the world and it tells us that america first means ignoring the victims that the minority has and none more or the vic. doesn't like you and i do you understand how it's somewhat unprecedented for the united states to be walking away does it undermine the u.n. human rights council in some way how might it impact that work and their efforts
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well i hope it doesn't what is one thing that i'm worried about is that a country as powerful as the united states is and the united states has led the way in bringing the human rights council around to look at north korea sri lanka and other abusive situations bit by walking away we don't want the keys to basically be handed over to countries like china which has a very poor record on human rights and would like to use the council as a tool to shield itself from criticism saudi arabia could do the same or some of the other some other powerful countries that might try to turn the human rights council into a playground for them we certainly don't want that so we hope that the u.s. will remain engaged in some level after what walking away from it this is certainly
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possible but we don't know and they didn't make much indeed they didn't give much indication that they would be coming back to help the council on some of the issues that they care about like north korea syria and some of the others unfortunately the u.s. is placing protection protecting israel from criticism for its abuses over all else thank you for taking time to speak to us live the shop and united nations director for human rights watch thank you. now police immigration and rescue teams in southern spain say they are being overwhelmed by hundreds of people arriving from north africa that landing on spanish beaches after sailing across the mediterranean sea in flimsy boats called panel reports now and the spanish port on mera back out to sea and on high alert for refugee boats in distress lives in peril. up in the
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control tower of spain's marine rescue service. experienced hands say they've never seen anything like it miguel say there is the operations chief here in the port of al maria no got lost in either all we've never had such an avalanche like this with such high numbers of rescues in such a short space of time. he shows his video recorded over just the last four days in that time more than fifteen hundred migrants have been plucked to safety of spain's southern shore this is the so-called western mediterranean route and the number of people risking the crossing is doubled since last year. most boats known as protests carry up to fifty passengers they have small engines and fewer built to withstand the hundred sixty kilometer crossing between north africa are now maria. mean in. their in imminent risk from the minute they leave they don't even have
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enough gasoline for the crossing. for those who make it is sure there is chance of a better life. up the coast in valencia refugees and migrants arrived in the last few months in spanish at a red cross facility. the sixteen year old abraham says he made the voyage to spain in a potato with twenty others from his home in morocco you know i want to get my paper work and live in spain i want to know the life. he and his classmates are learning a song for their graduation ceremony in a few days it's called the color of hope but by a canal maria operations commander miguel sayer knows from bitter experience they can't save them all they pulled four survivors from a ship wreck at the weekend forty five others are lost at sea now you double that
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but it's not that night that the this isn't about a legal social or religious status just people in peril at sea we're all human beings these are not trunks of food floating around for those brave or desperate enough europe awaits them just over the horizon in between the risk people dying in their attempt to get their culp a whole al-jazeera al maria spain still ahead for you on the program the german chancellor calls for a joint e.u. approach to immigration during talks with the french president. and the battle for libya's oil huge losses as fighting continues for the country's resources. welcome back as we look at the weather across the strait here we've got
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a lot of cloud associated with a frontal system across south eastern areas in the threat of a little bit of rain for hardly a late it should be dry for sydney and brisbane conditions here and fine across western australia are not particularly warm those ahead on through into thursday will find that front clearing away brighter skies coming in across much of the region meanwhile over in new zealand the south island continues to enjoy a largely fine conditions where the north island is close enough to the center of low pressure to be experiencing some heavy showers at times and i think that will continue or clinton or swerves further heavy rain is likely to in the course of thursday but again the south on enjoying some fine opiate robert chilly weather now as we head up into northeastern parts of asia here we're seeing some heavy rain across southern parts of china in particular for northern areas looking draw sopore there at twenty degrees but as we head on through into thursday we'll find that system beginning to push away towards a so so dry weather likely to return to many areas still fairly warm and humid
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twenty seven fine across the korean peninsula we've got to find conditions in shanghai and it should be a bright one in beijing with a nice from a temperature of thirty six. a history of greenland war from. a place on the existing. constrain the revolutionary zeal in the new book. by the splinter groups which the palestinian cause for ensuring survival chronicling the turbulent story in the struggle for a palestinian. p.l.o. history of a revolution on. welcome
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back a quick look at the top stories this hour the release of a recording of illegal migrant children crying after being separated from their parents as further ramped up the pressure on president trump over his zero tolerance immigration policy in ited states is pulled out of the united nations human rights council u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley made the announcement just a short time ago. and rescue teams in spain say more people across in the mediterranean from africa than ever before. the leaders of france and germany of call for a joint european approach to migration i'm going to merkel is under intense pressure over the issue of coalition partners the c.s.u. have given her two weeks to achieve an e.u. white deal or it will take action to of open door policy on refugees dominic cain
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has more from berlin. of all the other e.u. leaders emanuel is the one i'm going to america will have heard shares her views on how to deal with the continent's migration crisis the issue has dominated the debate this past week in berlin on choose day the french president made clear his determination to act. that meant that the minister it is with this same determination that we believe very strongly in the european response to the migration challenge we have not just discovered this challenge we did not discover it last week but we have very clearly determined to get to act and the european and coordinated why such friendly sentiments from the french president are exactly what angle america would have been wanting to hear from this meeting because in the past few days she's had to concede on immigration policy to her to mystic c.s.u. allies promising a european solution the price for not seeing her coalition toppled in this document
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which purports to be a draft of what e.u. leaders will deliberate over in brussels next week much of the policies the c.s.u. have been speaking about are discussed so what are the prospects for an e.u. wide solution this is the school is the team out of the topic which currently concerns us or is the topic of migration we understand to as a common challenge we first have to make sure that the cause for migration is eliminated that's we support the plans of the commission and the austrian presidency to strengthen the protection of outer borders which means nothing else but a significant increase in pass now from tax but despite her apparent confidence some analysts are less convinced a wide agreement is possible i don't see twenty eight solution coming so i will definitely be a bilateral or multilateral coalition from those or within those countries actually in the e.u. which are most affected. it will be
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a coalition of the willing in berlin this. weak part of merkel's coalition has appeared to be willing to put her in an impossible position the question now is how willing other e.u. member states to help ourselves dominic king. in the german capital. on now to yemen where fierce fighting is raging in and around the airport of a city of data as fighters but by a saudi and rashi coalition try to take it from the who sees the airport as a key resupply base for the apples and capturing it would be a major step towards taking the whole of the strategic port city which the healthy have held for three years now and what it does in djibouti on the other side of the right sea where much of the a bound for yemen is rooted. in the intensity of the problem for what they've. captured in a more bio form. the u.s. . has been fighting for control of the airport for
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a week while calling on the fighters holding them back to sort of condition that. the host response has been one of defiance prompting fears the bottle will spread into the town until a humanitarian catastrophe the problem of always is highly densely populated areas trying to clear these areas from non-state actors who are embedded in the civilian population who are dug in and have nothing to lose and then you have a semi conventional military trying to clear these areas and that's always going to be difficult as pictures often tonally displaced people in who they are continue to emerge the united arab emirates red cross and says it's sending an aid convoy north from aden it's a just. outside yemen the international rescue committee says the relief plan. on the united arab emirates to protect civilians living in the data as they all talk the port city is a publicity stunt meant to draw attention away from the undue suffering the
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offensive is calls. the united nations special envoy for human martin griffiths has just left after three days of meetings with the hold the rebels who control large parts of the country he failed to secure any peace deal the u.n. envoy to yemen. in the same request. but if you're. a u.n. envoy to yemen would. like for a cease fire or a truce in the data a planned over the border to. the united nations says more than five thousand two hundred families have fled in the past three weeks here in djibouti aid just watching the enforcing situation and they are with increasing alarm they've not been able to deliver aid to say that since the offensive began civilians to have been caught in the crossfire earlier on tuesday a horse the health official claimed that six people had been killed after the boss
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they were traveling in was bombed by the coalition forces yet despite all the fighting the port of a lifeline for millions of yemenis remains open the question is for how long we are planning to be doing to should be. tomorrow. we heard her from of this group brace for the. destruction to. the day that is yemen's main port on only three for international aid this growing concern that millions of yemenis war so far survived more than three years a war hunger and disease. starvation mohammed at all just djibouti. one of two oil terminal set on fire during clashes in the libyan port of ras lanuf has collapsed its fear of the damage could impact the country struggling economy which relies on oil production for its revenue one hundred has sent reinforcements to help his troops battling a rival armed group for control of the tanks fighters with
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a brain gendron seize the two oil plants from her on thursday stock markets around the world have taken a hit as fears escalate over a trade war between the u.s. and china on monday night u.s. president threatened beijing with tariffs on an additional two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods donald trump says it's retaliation for china slapping tariffs on fifty billion dollars of imports from the united states beijing has responded saying it would strike back hard well in all the developments the north korean leader kim jong un is in china just a week after his historic meeting with the u.s. president donald trump kim met with chinese leader xi jinping in beijing during his first trip there since march according to chinese state t.v. can brief president xi on his meeting with donald trump and the agree to push for peace on the korean peninsula china is north korea's largest and closest ally
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human rights watch says more than a thousand villages in northeastern mozambique have been left homeless by a surge in on the tax people there say they are terrified of the gangs behind these attacks and of the army's response. will. beginning the process of rebuilding their homes lloyds these people lost everything women talk and set fire to the village of mozambique's northeastern province of kabul did god do it was part of a series of attacks that began last october just since last month around forty people have thought to have been killed in the area which is predominantly muslim of over the thousand people who fled the villages. the mayor of this district seen here meeting soldiers deployed after the latest violence says there's been a strong response. as you see here the people of many cutlass wood to help the people to build their homes we've also brought in other supplies like buckets and
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clothes as. the government said that we'll have to clean up the wreckage of our homes then we will get help to get wood and bamboo to rebuild them local residents called the people behind the attacks but they're not thought to have any links with the somali fighters about name researches say there are a local group who want to establish islamic law or shari'a after initially attacking police stations they go after a wide range of targets as well as destroyed villages and livestock they've burned down the mosques and killed local religious leaders there was a situation where they asked for the local community leader and when the men. that they were looking for tried to run away the group chased him down. and cut it off there in front of everybody to see human rights watch is accused mozambique security forces of a heavy handed response hundreds of people suspected of being linked to the attacks have been detained without charge there also rumors of summary execution was.
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campaigners say until this congress of fear villages would feel safe enough to return home with al-jazeera. a russian politician is going to extraordinary lengths to get the country behind a national football team in the wild cop previous four performances made on the subject of satirical songs and jokes so vitaly milonov has drafted a bill that would fine anyone who criticizes the players ten thousand rubles which is around one hundred sixty dollars but the host nation kicked off the tournament with a five nil win over saudi arabia and after the latest match against egypt perhaps the bell might not be needed. well now the central african republic says a passport that tennis star or a spec of claims gives him diplomatic immunity is a fake back and says he was appointed as a sport to tasha c.a.r. in april so he has immunity against bankruptcy proceedings in london but the
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country's foreign minister told the reuters news agency that the passport serial number shows it was one of a batch that was stolen four years ago he says he's gone train inquiry to find out who issued the document. norway has tested a two seater electric plane with a view to starting passenger flights by twenty twenty five the transport minister kettle full of vic olsen and the head of the state run airline took the debut flight around also on tuesday noyes government hopes to make all domestic flights electric by two thousand and forty it's already the world's top buyer of electric cars and ninety eight percent of the country's electricity comes from clean hydro. this is kind of the first example that we are moving fast forward we do have to make sure that it's safe people will not fly if they don't trust it but twenty years from now it is twenty years it's both really short term in one way but it
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also gives us twenty year of development for trying it out and i think when we come to twenty forty this is going to be a reality. ok so this is where you need to go for the latest breaking news but also analysis that takes you behind those headlines al jazeera dot com. a recap of the top stories mexico has labeled the night the u.s. policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the border is cruel and inhumane the release of a recording of the children crying has ramped up pressure on the u.s. president zero tolerance policy but donald trump is refusing to back down. we want to solve this problem we want to solve family separation i don't want children taken away from parents and when you prosecute the parents for coming in illegally which should happen you have to take the children away now we don't have to
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prosecute them but then we're not prosecuting them for coming in illegally that's not good we want to and the border crisis by finally giving us the legal authorities and the resources to detain and remove illegal immigrant families altogether and bring them back to their country well in all the developments united states has pulled out of the united nations human rights council u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley made the announcement at a press conference with secretary of state might on peo in washington accuse the council of chronic bias against israel. france and germany have called for a joint european approach to immigration and german chancellor angela merkel has held talks with french president emanuel macron ahead of a crucial e.u. summit next week luckless been given a two week deadline by a coalition partner as the c.s.u. to achieve an e.u.
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white deal. fierce fighting is raging outside the airport of the yemeni city of data thousands of pro-government fight is backed by a saudi led coalition are battling against who think rebels the airport is considered a key resupply base by the saudi an ever r.t. coalition which is trying to capture the port which has been held by the rebels the past three years. one of two or oil terminals set on fire during clashes in the libyan port of ruslan ouf as now collapsed it's fear the damage could impact the country struggling economy which relies on oil production for its revenue they are up to date with all of the top stories that's it from myself and the team here in london but there is much more news coming up from doha in about twenty five minutes time stay with us. the i.m.f. said riyadh's breakeven oil price twenty eighteen is likely to be around eighty eight dollars a barrel why is argentina again turning to the i.m.f.
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to help now we bring you the stories that are shaping the economic world we live in counting the cost on al-jazeera. in one thousand nine hundred forty eight the state of israel was proclaimed. palestine was lost. sixteen years later in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the palestine liberation organization or the p.l.o. was founded. made up of different factions the p.l.o. has been at the heart of the struggle to regain palestine ever since. by the end of the sixty's the palestinians had become masters of their own destiny
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. but a bloody showdown was on the horizon. not to.

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