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what is with the people who are in there and it's a big problem in germany to germany has many refugees from riches that elsewhere in the union doesn't move to germany which is possible because they're showing them free zone. yes and this will be a big question of how this will be solved you mention the shang and free zone could we be reaching the beginning of the end of. border free travel in europe that this this freedom of movement that facilitates jobs in trade i think that if the e.u. funds allusion to mention the religion six total borders then china will continue to exist the problem is only what happens if they use external borders are not safe and people keep coming in and then countries start doing national solutions closing national border which them in germany want which hunger already did and then china would most likely break down but so far it seems we're still at least a bit away from this luckily we have seen a number of ships operated by foreign n.g.o.s being turned away with refugees and migrants on board not being allowed to dock and in certain countries are we going
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to see this crisis erupting on a regular basis now yes i think the new steps is anywhere to take those ships that many more to you about directly give them to new comes in libya in tunisia because outsource this problem and never have them into europe in the first place and i think really many more gruesome pictures in this regard thank you very much for your analysis. from the think tank open europe thank you. you know at the news hour live from london much more still ahead a defiant stand the capital because that publishes a friday edition just hours after a gunman killed five members of its staff. front runner in mexico's presidential election pledges to reverse decades of decline in rural areas but is it easier said than done. and later on in the sport the biggest star in basketball in the bron james has a huge decision to make. thailand's
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prime minister is visited the site where top young footballers and their coach a missing in a flooded cave. told their families to keep faith as a search effort and as a six day rescue mission now involves more than a thousand people including british and american teams scott heiner reports from chiang rai the. prime minister was on a trip to europe when the twelve boys and their football coach went missing but on friday he was back in thailand and at the cave meeting with the search teams there's now a crowded mini village of rescue organizations and command centers. that i think we will succeed we will succeed because we have faith that everyone should keep their heads cool advise on one another helping one another and talking to one another about things that are helpful. with more personnel and equipment arriving every day there's growing concerns there are too many people involved reducing the efficiency of the rescue efforts. the prime minister also met the families of some of those
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missing many of whom have been camped out near the cave entrance since saturday. cam'ron kale runs a shop in the nearby village where the boys football pitch is located she might have been one of the last people to see them before they entered the cave. i cried when i heard about the boys from my shop i saw them practicing on saturday they came over and bought snacks and soft drinks when i asked why so much they said they were off to the cave this is the road that leads up to the mouth of the cave in the hive of search and rescue operations now for the first time in days the generators are running and the pumps are working i don't know if the search also continues in the hills and jungle above the cave complex fissures in chimneys or downward tunnels are being explored and surveyed workers looking for any way to get into the cave beyond the flooded sections to look for the boys or any sign or clue of where they might be. with water again draining from the large mouth of the cave there's
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hope that the divers can again continue with their push farther into the dark and muddy elaborate scott either al-jazeera. there reports from jordanian officials of a second cease fire in syria's there are province after an initial twelve hour truce ended it comes after a ten day offensive by government and russian forces at least eighty people were killed on thursday with the united nations warning that more civilians might be trapped castillo pez had diane reports. this is the province that sparked syria's uprising seventy years ago now rebel controlled areas of daraa are unrecognizable days of airstrikes have left their mark now over warning of civilians trapped in unable to escape the u.n. says there are reports fighters are not allowing civilians to leave the real concern is is that we're going to see a repetition of what we saw in eastern guta the bloodshed the suffering of the
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civilians being held being ungenerous see the u.n. estimates more than forty five thousand people have managed to flee. most heading to the israeli occupied golan heights and to neighboring jordan but they can only go so far jordan has closed its border that they keep border open for people fleeing south there is no there is no other place to go but jordan says it can't afford to take in more syrian refugees. coming. in or jordan already has one point three million syrians our country has reached its maximum capacity jordan has been shoulder in this responsibility and i must say we've been doing so alone. roughly one hundred targets were hit by russian in syrian forces on thursday dozens of civilians were killed. a deescalation agreement was in place but the truce was overlooked by syria's government and its allies
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russia's ambassador to the u.n. says the agreement doesn't apply and what he describes as one of the last strongholds of al qaeda and i still in syria or on the condition that this is not this is not the. concern that that it's who are. who are not exempt from being fought and this latest cease fire now over not long enough for those still trying to get out card still opus will jaan al-jazeera. gaza's health minister saying that two people including a fair old boy have been killed by israeli fire in fighting along the israel gaza border a boy was reportedly shot in the head more than three hundred palestinians have been injured in the latest protest against israeli land confiscation they've been staging weekly demonstrations along the gaza israel border since march with many coming back after sustaining injuries and like i believe that. i had three
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operations on my leg and a fourth one yesterday from the hospital to participate with my people in today's protest we want to wake up. sleeping palestinians from gaza to the west bank despite my injury i came to throw stones and burns hoyas and cut the wires of the border fence. the libyan warlord khalifa haftar says his forces have taken full control of the city of down a rival armed groups are denying the reports but that doesn't stop tough supporters celebrating in the streets down it was the last city in eastern libya north on the control is self-proclaimed libyan national army is one of the main factions that have completed the palaces the twenty eleven uprising. stuff that the capital puts out a friday edition of the paper just hours after a gunman killed five people and injured two others at their offices in annapolis maryland stuff worked in the carpark to get the paper out as their offices remained a crime scene thirty eight year old jared ramos is now in custody facing multiple
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counts of first degree murder after opening fire in the newsroom with a pump action shotgun i do joe castro has the latest from the scene of the shooting in annapolis less than twenty four hours after the attack inside its news room the capital because that remarkably fulfilled its promise to continue publishing its daily paper the headline this morning five shot dead at the capitol with pictures of the five victims moralize on the front page now police say the suspect the lone gunman in this case has been identified as thirty eight year old jared ramit they are still investigating his motive but he reportedly had a vendetta against this local newspaper having lost a defamation lawsuit that he had filed against the newspaper in two thousand and twelve police have searched his home now he is in custody faced with five charges of murder the community is planning a memorial this evening to remember those five newspaper employees who were killed
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for journalism one sales assistant but perhaps the most the loudest memorial of all is published within today's daily on the opinion page. a blank page with the simple words that say today we are speechless. president donald trump has been a frequent critic of the media says journalists shouldn't have to face violence for doing their job this is. the conscious of our nation and filled our hearts with grief journalists like all americans should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job. to the families of the victims there are no words to express our sorrow for your loss horrible horrible event horrible thing happened meanwhile u.s. vice president mike pence's told the leaders of guatemala honduras and el salvador amos to do more to stop migrants from trying to enter his country illegally on the
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final leg of his tour of central america is that the leaders must warn their people that trying to get into the united states would only lead to a harder life money has mall. when it comes to u.s. support for latin american countries dealing with an influx of migrants it appears humanitarian assistance can depend on just where those people are heading in brazil u.s. vice president mike pence met with venezuelan migrants and announced ten million dollars in humanitarian assistance to the brazilian government for their continued role in accepting thousands of migrants we are with you. we stand with you and we will keep standing with you until democracy is restored in venezuela. on a three country tour of latin america the u.s. vice president announced a similar commitment in ecuador this time two million dollars the last stop for
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mike pence was guatemala it's the home country of an estimated forty five percent of migrants trying to enter the southern border of the united states many being migrant children separated from their parents however assistance for migrants wasn't an offer instead a message to central american refugees considering migration to the u.s. if you want to come to the united states come legally or don't come at all if someone tells you they can bring you or your children to america outside the law don't believe them randi capps of the center for migration policy says it's the conditions in the region's northern triangle wonderous will solve door and guatemala that are at the heart of the crisis you've seen an uptick in violence organized by gangs in el salvador and drug cartels and i wonder of those two countries i have a model i just murder rates in the world right now guatemala has security issues
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too but the bigger issue there is poverty. the trumpet ministration announced that more significant resources would be sent to central american countries while also calling for stronger border security the vice president's trip was intended to focus on trade and security but the worsening migrant crisis in both north and south america have overshadowed his trip went up a little dizzy to washington. more than five hundred women who protested against donald trump's immigration policies in washington have been charged with unlawfully demonstrating all five hundred seventy five people who conducted a sit down protest in a senate office building on thursday were arrested they include hollywood actress susan sarandon and democrat congress member. they are angry at trial his policy of separating migrant families and mexico border which he is now trying to reverse. mexicans head to the polls this sunday to choose their next president the front
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runner lopez obrador is promising to reverse decades of decline and poverty in rural areas but as john holeman reports from the state of michoacan that'll be a tough campaign pledge to fill. the mix can countryside decimates but poverty and empty but migration over decades. is one of the aging population of those struggling to compete with the dust real scale operations in the coast and the us for all that i know i produce grains but not money. that many communities young have either left or turned to more lucrative ventures. they sell drugs they couldn't live well for a few days and then they get killed just next to my house or there was head of a kidnapping. this man promises to change the presidential front runner andres manuel lopez obrador has made the neglected mix can country side
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a campaign priority. he said he were focused government support from large industrial produces to smaller farms to help them get quality seeds technological know how better access to loans and the guaranteed minimum price for their crops it's all part of an ambitious plan for mexico to produce its own food. they're buying everything abroad that we could grow in mexico me that's going to start. in the past there were incredibly strong ties between mexicans and the line this is the birthplace of corn itself but it's a different country now then with the urban population and the global market the question is if it's really possible or even worth the cost of resuscitating this sector so that. even lopez obrador team says the wholesale change he
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promises will be impossible one of been a straight. and agricultural economists were in general support the plan of question dave price guarantees for individual farmers and in particular in forcing home grown food and carry a steep cost for authorities and consumers is one consequences in the view that in consequence it's going to be very expensive for the government and mexican taxpayer . promise and so seems split between those two banking on the ruling party which has given them just enough to survive and those like a year or more voting in the hope of change john homan how does it make to account . so i had this problem a program trying to blend then many asylum seekers his safe haven in south korea and now face an uncertain future facing the death penalty the egyptian photojournalist arrested for taking pitches during
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a military crackdown five years ago. and in sports argentina's men's team struggled . three the world cup female players are in a battle for equality. welcome to another look at the international focus is sloshing fighting dry across the middle east as one would expect little more cloud over towards the east inside of afghanistan maybe also into pakistan with the heat very much on some lively showers if you do catch one but for the most part it's bone dry and it's very very hot we're into the forty's for baghdad and for kuwait city pleasant weather around that eastern side of the med by rate of around twenty seven celsius on saturday and similar fatties as we go on through sunday twenty eight degrees celsius the for jerusalem again back into the forces there for baghdad for q eight city and also in
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tehran thirty four there for karate for those numbers around here in kos i'm getting up to around forty celsius on sas as a forty two for abu dhabi notice a little more cloud just towards. my just a little more that cloud just sliding its way towards u.a.e. as well say feeling somewhat more humid for a time at least as we go on into sunday the humidity should ease off that cloud just slide this way to southern parts of saudi arabia meanwhile some thickening cloud also making its way into the western cape and into the selling cape all south africa see how it slides its way through when a the rain in cape town places say we may see some over the next couple of days that right slicing through saturday and sunday. every weekly news cycle brings a series of breaking story news but it was in the truck didn't happen on the boy told through the eyes of the world journalists the images matter a lot of international politics joined the listening post as we turn the cameras on
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the media and focus on how they report on the stories that matter the most the big third is someone from the country who guides you who leads you to the story of the bar line tells us who wrote the listening post on al-jazeera and the reported world on. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of the days looking forward to full dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the work.
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of combat a quick look at the top stories now eight leaders have struck a deal to help stem the flow of migrants from north africa including possibly setting up processing centers that it comes as libya's coast guard has confirmed more than one hundred migrants a missing after their boat capsized while heading to europe. thailand's prime minister is told the families of twelve schoolboys trapped in a cave complex along with that football coach to remain hopeful more than a thousand people are involved in the week on rescue efforts. and jordanian officials say a new cease fire has been agreed to solve in syria after a trois. now a truce ended and there are province syrian government and russian forces have been fighting rebels there for ten days. or protest marches a planned in south korea on saturday against
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a number of people from yemen seeking asylum more than five hundred yemenis are flown to jesuit island in the last six months most of them applying for refugee status government has held an emergency meeting to discuss measures to stop the flow craig leeson travel to the holiday island to meet some of the refugees. the kitchen is the last place adnan imagined himself working he didn't use this job but i mean when he immigration and there were enough this place big me and it turned out that it was a restaurant so. a qualified health and safety officer he worked for a petroleum company in yemen but was forced to flee the war after he was threatened and tortured by sympathizers of the hutu rebels adnan fled to malaysia on a tourist visa but soon ran out of money. in december asia opened a new route to jeju island offering adnan and other yemenis the chance to into
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south korea through the island's visa free status the sudden influx of yemenis has overwhelmed the local community and the government is acting to stem the flow in april south korea's justice ministry banned yemenis and j.g. from traveling to other parts of the country and earlier this month excluded yemen from the island's visa waiver program the more than four hundred eighty yemenis still here and they are stuck until the government decides what to do with them. the percentage of successful asylum seekers in south korea is around just four st could. take the time to book if you look at just twenty seventeen it's just one percent so the number of applicants are rising that with the rate of acceptance is dropping. many refugees now live in cramped conditions up to twenty min in this underground shelter charity and aid a largely grassroots. there is a negative sentiment towards islam and public opinion so that's something that we
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need to consider in the long term who more than half a million people have signed a petition urging the government to revise its refugee law on the local government is hoping some including adnan to find jobs. council restaurants are asked if we could hire some of their given our labor shortage at first they didn't even occur to me they were refugees or that there was a civil war raging in yemen it was outside my scope of interest to refute g.'s we spoke to said that brother be at home in yemen and stuck on what they regard as an expensive holiday resort island because of we have these in yemen so there we go back to yemen because you have to leave a new country where you grew up with new music or where you have no friends where you have. it is expected it will take up to eight months to process the refugee applications craig leeson al-jazeera j j u r l and south korea. at least six soldiers have been killed in an attack on
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a military base and mali attack in the town of viro was carried out by fighters using rockets and a vehicle with explosives the compound houses the headquarters of the g. five task force of soldiers from mali fastow chad and mauritania it was set up to defeat violent groups across west africa. well now the lagos state government says it will introduce new safety measures often oil tanker fire in the nigerian city at least nine people were killed when an oil truck crashed and exploded on an expressway on thursday more than fifty cars were destroyed in the blaze and an operation to clear the scene is still going on on al to ethiopia the country's economy a faster rate than any other african country in the past ten years but foreign investors and local businesses complain that a shortage of foreign currency is like the u.s. dollar holding back the private sector al-jazeera as mohamed adult reports now from addis ababa this is the greatest dump on the blue nile nearing
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completion the project has been fully funded by the government and the people of ethiopia it's a fact that many here are proud of yet them vicious infrastructure projects like the dam have put pressure on the country's foreign reserves which are already short supply foreign currency shortages the worst that i've witnessed in my entire life in its all time lows that we have heard of and seen and this is because look at the economy look at the construction sector you look at the manufacturing sector that imports everything and the government projects all those that have been planned and viciously have slowed down. a mother calls for the crisis is that ethiopia sells fall less than what it binds the international monetary fund says that it's europeans for the reserves at the end of the two thousand and sixteen two thousand and seventeen fiscally studer three point two billion less than what it spends on
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imports in two months. in recent years it has encouraged the must of chinese investment in industrial parks to create employment and increase exports the government directed funds small feature foreign currency to import as one multi insect just considered a priority such as pharmaceuticals on a functioning and with no means of paying their supplies many of them for down. at that is just market monocultural traders complain of how businesses in our fight is clearly imports textiles from china and. the results are muddy idealogue getting supplies very charming for us increasing prices are also keeping customers away. last year the government devalued the local currency by fifteen per cent in an effort to boost exports and contain rising inflation but prices kept rising under it and we don't fix the prices that is beyond us there from us in rural areas do
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depending on the a production costs even ethiopia's new prime minister but the knowledge is that there is no quick fix to the pub for now he's calling for more cooperation with a private sector. ethiopia one time ally of the soviet union is now enduring some of the pains of capitalism but there are growing pains the i.m.f. is focusing on growth rate of eight point five percent this is above the global average for now it seems ethiopia is still an african economy force to reckon with mohamed atta while jazeera addis ababa ethiopia a photo journalist in egypt could face the death penalty for taking pitches chairing the military crackdown five years ago a judge is expected to deliver his verdict on thirty year old mahmoud abizaid on saturday they on a carry more ports. mahmoud it was aid better known as show kind could be sentenced to death for simply doing his job and egyptian judge is due to give his ruling in
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the case. was arrested along with two other nonny gyptian journalists who were later released while he was taking pictures during the post-coup fun rest in egypt where in twenty thirteen. he was among hundreds of people detained when injection security forces ordered by general the has sisi now the president to end the six week sit in almost one thousand people died in the violence that followed human rights watch has said the egyptian military's crackdown is probably a crime against humanity according to court documents show khan is being charged with weapons possession illegal assembly murder and attempted murder rights groups have called for his immediate release the egyptian embassy in paris refused to accept a petition with more than seventy thousand signatures in support of show khan amnesty
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international says his health is deteriorating. shook and he demanded all charges against him are dropped we demand that the egyptian government stops the suppression of human rights defenders who are being silenced simply because they criticize egyptian authorities he's been diagnosed with malnutrition and niƱa and depression he's written a letter from his prison cell outlining the abuses he's faced and how journalism in egypt has become a crime there are thirteen journalists facing life imprisonment or the death sentence on saturday show khan will learn his fate diana kerim al-jazeera. lawyers representing catherine the u.a.e. of wrapped up their final arguments before the international court of justice at the hague cats are accuses its gulf neighbor of violating human rights as a result of the blockade imposed by the u.a.e. and three other countries last year castro says companies and individuals have been
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denied access to education medicine and justice baka has more from the hague. there was a tense legal battle underway at the moment casts of the u.a.e. do not see eye to eye over whether the i.c.j. should have the jurisdiction to continue with this case just to remind you the u.a.e. has been accused by qatar of violating the international convention on the eradication of all forms of racial discrimination to which the u.a.e. is a key signatory and there are procedures to follow if there are accusations of violation of these key treaty firstly that the nations in question speak to each other directly in order to try and come to some sort of solution secondly that the complaint is referred to the committee in charge of this treaty and finally that it's referred here to the un's highest court consul argues that all of these stages have been fulfilled that it has attempted to have negotiations with the u.a.e.
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with the u.a.e. is simply ignored those attempts secondly qatar also argues that it's possible for these different stages to happen similar taney asli allowing therefore this case to be heard here at the i.c.j. the u.a.e. disputes that claiming that protocol hasn't been properly followed essentially accuses the u.a.e. of discrimination against its people of preventing qataris with the expulsion of them from the country from accessing assets property education health care and judicial services a little later on in the day the u.a.e. will have a chance to speak after which the court here will decide exactly what to do next. it's exactly four years since i still declared the establishment of the so-called islamic caliphate in iraq and syria after capturing mosul the battle to retake iraq's second city in two thousand and sixteen caused widespread destruction and left thousands of people dead jim takes
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a look at life in mosul today. morsel may be clear of eisel. but reminders of the group's reign are everywhere. not just of the group's atrocities but also the brutal fighting it took to topple them. here streets are still him t. and buildings are destroyed for the former residents who were lucky enough to escape i suppose web of violence and inhumanity and things remain difficult. thought his homecoming would be a happy one he and his family fled in two thousand and fourteen they were overjoyed when alfie forces declared they'd retaken mosul then he saw what remains of their house not civil yet of saddam but a shot that has him wherever you go there is awful destruction if you go outside you'll see entire neighborhoods destroyed and in some parts you can still smell
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dead bodies lying under the rubble it's impossible to bring our families to such a place where the smell of death is still lingering. strewn about are symbols of suffering. of youth stopped dead in its tracks of a displacement crisis that is nowhere near over. the deer whose family can't afford to rebuild struggles to come to terms with all that has happened. neither one official nor n.g.o.s visited us in order to help no one has come forward and asked us if we have we have not begged still or we only water rights and help from good people so we can get back on track while the situation remains dire there are signs of hope some philanthropists and contractors are promising to restore this city. as bulldozers roll through bringing a sense of anticipation to these alleyways that. we have taken the initiative to rebuild destroyed houses and most old because we have seen the high level of
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destruction so we've decided to hold hands together with the people of mosul and start this reconstruction campaign still no one expects this will be easy attempting restoration and renewal amid so much despair. still ahead. on the richardson at the world cup where russian fans are getting used to the idea of feeling good about the national team.


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