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in attacking the g five well i think it's obviously a huge concern of the the force is just being set up it hasn't reached its full capacity yet and its headquarters was attacked in just three days the leaders of the of the g five countries that you just mentioned are meeting french president amendment to discuss continued funding for this for this force so obviously the attack on the headquarters today is going to be foremost on that on the minds of those of of those leaders in a couple days this group gets funded as i understand it quite it's a large large amount from the u.s. saudi of those also partners i think with from how much do they really need. the foreign assistance not just in money but maybe also on the ground is all the talk about a growing number of foreign troops joining that fight in that act against the
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extremist groups in that area well in that area there are multiple forces that are deployed to each contribute to fighting extremist the first is the french force back on that is deployed in that area and has been deployed in different forms since the since islamist groups tried to take the capital bamako back in late two thousand and twelve another force of course is the un's mission. which has deployed again throughout mali and also has a mandate to help mali security forces fight these groups so there's a multitude of actors there and they all try to work together to defeat these defeat these groups that has been some concern about this g five group that's been some talk of abuse extraditions judicial killings of the local people is there a concern that almost playing into the extremist hands by some of the behavior on
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the ground. and so i think what you're referring to is just just last week it was found that some of the mounding in forces that are part of the five so how had committed some had killed some civilians and committed other human rights abuses this obviously goes counter to what the objectives of this force are which are to secure the populations and and protect them from these groups so it's obviously a concern that any of the forces involved might be involved in activities that go counter to the to their objectives ok alison thank you so much for speaking to us still to come this half hour concerns there are many rescue workers trying to find twelve young footballers trapped in a flooded cave in thailand and their defiance down in the capital because that publishes a friday edition hours after a gunman killed five members of its. how
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we got more big downpour seemed to central and eastern parts of here for the moment bickley lot of storms just around the balkans pushing right up towards australia pushing a little further east was just beneath this particular weather system you can see here further north there's a cold front just around the baltic states cold spilling out of scandinavia then in temperatures really struggling now stockholm eighteen degrees celsius ahead of that there was some more rain to come from moscow big downpours twenty five celsius getting into the twenty's too down towards the southeast of course with some very very wet weather lively storms very gusty winds as well and some large hail along with the thunder central and western powers to look somewhat driving prices that across germany twenty to sell just twenty five for london on saturday thirty one in
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paris and rising as we go through next week those temperatures do actually up sunday in london twenty seven celsius and yes it does look good for wimbledon as we go into next week the wetter weather will be just around the breast peninsula maybe into the southwest approaches of england but south of that has fine and it's dry this far to try to across north africa more hot sunshine coming in here temperatures in chino touching thirty nine degrees celsius by the end of the weekend. we will maintain the finest fighting force the world has ever known united states army was so reliant on the private sector i would call it a dependency we have a mismatch between the way we. work to be and the reality of the twenty first century enough to get in a body deal for eleven out tool how many of the persons that you're sending out you should be child soldiers not. child soldiers reloaded on al-jazeera.
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welcome back our mind to all of the top stories here and i'll just the bodies of three young migrant children have been recovered along libya's coastline another one hundred people all missing thought to have drowned after their boat capsized this as e.u. leaders agreed a deal to stem the flow of people trying to reach. gaza's health minister says two people one of them a thirteen year old boy have been killed by israeli fire during protests along the israel gaza border and jordanian officials say a new cease fire has been agreed for southern syria after
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a twelve hour truce and in daraa province syrian government and russian forces have been fighting rebels for ten days. the libyan warlord khalifa haftar says his forces have taken full control of the city of the. rival groups and denying the reports but that hasn't stopped after supporters celebrating in the streets and that was the last city in eastern libya not on the have to control his self-proclaimed libyan national army is one of the main factions that have competed for power since the twenty eleven uprising the lagos state government says it will introduce new safety measures after an all time to fire in the nigerian city at least nine people were killed when an oil tank truck crushed and exploded on an expressway on thursday well and fifty cars were destroyed in the blaze the operation to clear the scene is still ongoing. the democratic republic of congo's
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health minister says the country is just weeks away from being declared it bona free this will happen if there are no new infections in the next three weeks the latest outbreak has killed twenty nine people the government says vaccines given to more than three thousand people have been very effective in twenty forty an ebola epidemic killed nearly eleven and a half hours in people across west africa thailand's prime minister has visited the site where twelve young footballers and their coach are missing in a flood a cave prayuth chant in the channel tell their families to keep faith as a search efforts and to a six day the rescue mission now involves more than a thousand people including british and american teams from china well scott title as the latest. prime minister of china which i was on a trip to europe when the twelve boys and their football coach went missing but it was friday he was back in thailand and out the cave meeting with the search teams there's now
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a crowded mini village of rescue organizations and command centers and i think we will succeed we will succeed because we have faith that everyone should keep their heads cool advising one another helping one another and talking to one another about things that are helping. 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 missing many of whom have been camped out near the cave entrance since saturday. cam'ron cayle runs a shop in a 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
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search and rescue operations now for the first time in days the generators are running and the pumps are working i don't know the search also continues in the hills and jungle above the cave complex fissures and 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 hope that the divers can again continue with their push farther into the dark and muddy labyrinth it's got harder al-jazeera chiang rai. the police chief on g t joining the nine hundred eighty nine hells before will say them disaster in the u.k. will face trial for manslaughter ninety six people were killed in a crush when crowds packed into the grandstand during the one thousand nine hundred nine i think cup semifinal in sheffield david duncan failed the former south yorkshire police chief superintendent was income ound when it happened and inquiry
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found place failed to control the flow of people into the stadium. defined stuff at the capitol in maryland has put out a friday edition of the paper hours after a gunman killed five people and injured two others of their offices in the lists. in the carpark to get the paper out of their offices remains a crime scene thirty eight year old jared ramos is now in custody facing multiple counts of first degree murder after opening fire in the news room with a legally purchased pump action shotgun. the latest from the scene of the shooting less than twenty four hours after the attack inside its news room the capital goods that remarkably fulfilled its promise to continue publishing its daily paper the headline this morning 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
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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 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. or president donald trump has been a frequent critic of the media he's now spoken about the shooting saying journalists shouldn't have to fear being attacked while doing their job. this is attack shock the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief
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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 or so or for your loss horrible horrible event horrible thing happened. meanwhile president trunk's nominee to head the un migration agency has been snubbed but it's only the second time in the body's history that it will be run by an american ken isaacs was knocked out in early rounds of voting it caused controversy after being four through apologize for social media posts in which he disparaged muslims portugal's antonio we torino will head the body at a time when migration is one of the world's most pressing issues five hundred seventy five women who protested against donald trump's immigration policies in washington have been challenged with unlawfully demonstrating most of the women who
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took part in a sit down protest in a senate office building on thursday were arrested include hollywood actress susan sarandon and democratic congresswoman pryce how around we have traumas policy of separating migrant families and mexico border which has now we've. a president of the international committee of the red cross says there are a hinge a crisis still an emergency situation peter marra as it ng mammal where he met the de facto leader sound cinci seven hundred thousand rancher have fled the country and it's a massive military crackdown began last august china has offered humanitarian assistance to bangladesh to help shelter and feed the refugees china's foreign minister also said he hopes we patry ation of refugees will be coming soon peter mares said the conditions are not yet in place to allow the ranger to safely return
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home i saw certain houses abandoned their neighborhoods destroyed or half destroyed and i saw was so that in other parts of along the road where villages have existed before nothing much is anymore existent and the vegetation is taking over and. the landscape this observation leads me to the impressions that we have and which confirm icier sees assessment that in the rock kind we are still very much engaged in an emergency operation thousands of people are setting off on a pilgrimage to one of hindu isms holiest sites in indian administered kashmir security is being bolstered after an attack on a group last year and
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a hayward has this report. it is a journey many long to make to a holy cave in the himalayas this is just the start of the ominous yatra pilgrimage to worship the hindu god shiva. the track from base camp will take pilgrims more than three and a half thousand metres above sea level in indian administers kashmir the heavy rains and sludgy conditions had prevented people from making their ascent at several stop points but the poor weather hasn't dampened the spirits of those about to set out. security this year is tighter than ever with forty thousand troops deployed to protect the route your started giving to the pilgrimage for the last twenty one years and it's the first time i've seen such measures taken by the government seventy forces of the road after every one hundred meters we see sagarika ghose the extra security measures are being taken because pilgrims have
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been targeted because last year eight people were killed and many more injured in an attack on a police bunker and a checkpoint nearly all the victims were women the indian authorities blamed fighters from the group lashkar e tayyiba for the attack kashmir has been at the heart of decades of hostility between india and pakistan both of which claim the region. c.c.t.v. drones and bullet proof police convoys will be used this year to try to prevent any attack on the pilgrims. certain. groups. which had been put in place the pilgrimage to one of hindu isms holiest sites lasts for several weeks it will be seen as a big test for a security force hoping it will pass a peacefully emma heywood al-jazeera. the bank accounts of form
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a malaysian prime minister and the political party have been frozen a sponsor of a corruption probe investigators are looking into whether the jeep still billions of dollars from the government fund during his nine years in office in one thousand malays national organization is believed to have received money from a state fund when the g. was in charge he denies any wrongdoing and he says he thought some of the funds were donations. the brother of russian opposition leader alexina valley has been released after three and a half years in prison oleg novelli was greeted by his wife and brother outside the jail in southern russia he was jailed on fraud charges and the case viewed as retribution for his brother's political actions like saying a valley is organized a large protest against russian president vladimir putin was given a suspended sentence in the same trial in october the european court of human rights ruled that the brothers were unfairly convicted bali's international airport
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is closed and at least four hundred fifty flights being canceled as a volcano erupts on the indian these in island ash and smoke have shot more than two kilometers into the air from mt i don't seventy five thousand travelers have been affected officials fear the wind could carry the ash towards java and then easiest most densely populated and i don't because last year forcing tens of thousands to evacuate. it's give you a reminder now the top stories here and answers are around one hundred migrants are missing feared dead after their boat capsized in the mediterranean as it headed to europe libya's coast guard has also recovered the bodies of three young children it comes hours after european leaders signed a compromise deal aimed at preventing thirty journeys from north africa including
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the possibility of setting up offshore processing centers but while some of those leaders are calling the agreement a breakthrough details remain vague on how it's actually going to work. as we go out so i would do all migration it's far too early to talk about the success. we have from image to reach an agreement and to repeal coalfield but this is in fact the easiest part of that comp store through h.r. from the girls for a new start to implement it. garza's health minister says two people one of them a thirteen year old boy have been killed by israeli fire during protests along the israel gaza border more than three hundred palestinians have been injured in the latest protests against israeli land confiscation they have been staging weekly demonstrations along the gaza israel border since march with many returning after sustaining injuries jordanian officials say
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a new cease fire has been agreed for southern syria this after a twelve hour truce and in daraa province syrian government troops and russian forces have been battling against the free syrian army for the past ten days the u.n. says the number of people displaced in the latest fighting has tripled to one hundred sixty thousand. at least six soldiers have been killed in a sack on a military base in mali the attack in the town of survivor was carried out by fighters using rockets and a vehicle rigged with explosives the compound houses the headquarters of the g. five task force of soldiers from mali begin a fast so can't mauritania and timelines prime minister has told the families of twelve schoolboys trapped in a cave complex along with their football coach to remain hopeful prior told the boys families to keep faith as the search effort and to a six day there's a headline stay where there's rewind alfred's free press is coming up next.
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hello and welcome to rewind and maria over the last ten or so years here at al-jazeera english we've built up an incredible library of award winning documentaries and on rewind we're taking another look at some of the best of them
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and seeing what's happened in the years since they were first shown this week we're going back to two thousand and twelve and a remarkable film from africa's oldest republic the west african country of liberia and its capital monrovia where less than half the population can read and rise and sixty four percent live below the poverty line so with many of those people cut off from normal news sources one man decided to tackle the problem using just a bit of chalk and a large blackboard called the daily talk his blackboard lists all the latest news in a simple language used by monrovia's disadvantaged poor from the witness series in two thousand and twelve here is alfred's free press. hello. hello. what we're doing is like this our
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responsibility is of theirs over to get the news to you. then to measure to inform visually from those who. tell you it is a receiver that's our job. offer just leave and i am the phone in a creator executive director and managing editor of the day to talk. to create in news people that will be on the street and everybody have access to it. people just believe that this will never come into reality. but. that's the kind of president our facilities. i believe that people should be informed of what is happening. to.
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the leaders of the world really didn't want to be rude harsh. it is this war that prompted the creation of the data talk i saw elite of people wanting to be reform but there was there was no means of getting information small the idea of the book came to me to deal talk news put that in the chalkboard news people and some to begin to click to me you can start over just like. a. diary or see. as source or refract to be on the scene then out of one of our asian vice on the and those salaries that mean you are after you less so. it makes sense you had to.
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morrow want to do the pointed to fight drug use. every time i walk along the avenue i usually make a stop like ten or fifteen minutes in a reader there and know what is going on around me in the city what is happening in my country and around the continent. when the war was coming to the country people were forced to take you and they give you gone and the rich life to see you go and fight you know. it happened to me. used to used to. take it for the seven dollars
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the whole country where i was so i was compared to do it for my life as like you take go on and go to hunt for animal in the forest. and to take you and you hunting one another. man of france friend of mine got one. less loser. and even lose the life. i'm an activist this is what i do to make a living. i use a bullet empty case and creates thought. how ideas are transformation from war to peace.
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this is how we make. this is across germany in front of you. all those dreams that i think. one of the problems my mom would have me for some time is i don't stay with my family. alone. you know if she was able to walk out of that i'd have don't sit with it funny every day he's busy this four rings a lot of people call a wild story yeah ok let me call you about a five minute please yeah good. news story i mean again. you know.
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you're. always good every morning to get information. information is a bridge between field and source s. c. c c yeah just for more. many people you'd want to go to. so that we know where we can bring them back together religious my thought i might say just. the world my parents left me in a rental way and they left me and i left alone. i.
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ask. that. not. in this enough to risk you must. as ego see this side now. we are trying to build a charge. then now now you call me a a c in newbie eighty feet happy see as something is happening around you years i think change is coming to liberia did each of the two is structure of like this is so doing the people feel that go is still with them. we are not seeing where the body will form and it's having to be updated. by somebody that we don't know maybe this is what i mean i'm not going up to the
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nearby exactly how did you how being that was involved into its things i believe it will be what do you call me with the opposition. alone. good morning wasn't it i had this morning i would describe him in a bad. light. oh i was just going off. and then about a dozen of us were running away hoping that. one of when it's good to get out of that you have to tell me what's coming here that. i thank you cause when you. look you know. you know what it will all fall off or not. and you don't want to hurt the. place i just yeah sure. he would be you have been there and at that. point this morning you know what they're pretty
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close to the mail well all i want to know where you are and it's in the groups on the ballot you know. their voice if you care. about us in general if you don't have the signature office you can get it used by just sitting you have to block the p.c. . i don't have t.v. if you doing this in the video game news if you don't mean news the phone in the place we're going to get news is from did it up. i went again in one day by j.f.k. . on my ship. idea how did want to live. and morning and believe
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such. and when i. had been wanting to write in concord baby. so that in a modern well what do boy the one in a woman have a two children. who go to use it. in the school and. days who didn't. know it b. c n. n response well they both live with me. responsible to feed him. while.
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new song want to have me for not. no one that. i don't like for vent of bits on me. has mafia done that it's. bogus. i hopped out quite a hearts. as a kind of force here looking for not. going to be a problem because we're trying to move our country they see what i'm saying.
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given as me. and i can tell you this and to make it. right and i mean you're more from debuted out of the attic if it wasn't raised a number of a gene down in. the woods are so many and i. guess they don't know. they did it all helps to educate people. who speak around so it got me interested.
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in crime i work i love doing it. cos you book raised me about. it is to defy the me because. it is also. mine country yeah. from. input issues especially from china. using this you thought it was five years away or almost every day. would be delighted to do all these. issues. are one do. you.
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dream. in the hour i would be very very discouraged. i mean me a brawl but in. my. mind . i'm good as premier now. my life my future is not business i don't want to sit why did you want better shoes would be. whatever you want to be in export their sort through the numbers and make it is because your. lab rummy you have your morning. i want to be made and. my usual busboy is the white people in the election and people like you when people . in the evening time like this they can
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be on these beaches having a good time and we can't go there when the average blacks to be able to sell what i produce myself i feel happy. does somebody say i work on was our overcome i was in jesus' name. when a minister goes. to counseling people i feel much. in and out of tune on the planet. luckily i have the good news for you. now well what did i not bother to today know that it will be well with you in jesus name. economic dialogue here that people are running for office the players you feel that job is not a left is a game but today you might enjoy. to invent you look around
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you you are no longer you haven't cosigned well let me know how people in the past let the past go for the past ready then to still hope for this country i want you to believe that if this possible is generational that you can be the cause of the transformation of this country not be dealt with one of the best country to walk in jesus' name. little what. i wanted. or what to do. monday night in my house. my room with my children. is now behind. the dead and gone screwed on the twelve streets.
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above them i'm now training. for our society in liberia. yeah quiet it gives you a good job is is there a. while and then who is. so no longer bloody. so. you do to help them. i get. i get frustrated. because you are you talking to a mate do you try to teach him is not be attention to me. i was like mine don't think you want to business i'm the one you know and if you
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are truly not to just do it if you make some of the grew up passions for what you doing it's like. you're visions and what if they're not. going to. play so you want to. be. one nation and. liberty and justice for all. there shall i go. thank you so that's nice and.
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the mood. very funny indeed in the new the new. mood there are mistakes. right. alfred's free press a wonderful film which was broadcast more than six years ago now so rotten show you're wondering what happened to alfred what happened to his news chalkboard rewind went back to monrovia to find out what has become of the daily talk of alfred and his rate is.
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low from the public on a daily basis of. what's happening right now it's a cycle. that vessel changes before nobody hears you know. kind of the oh you don't know you know you know i don't know why don't we came up with all which would inform the public about it. we keep factual information the information is up. to the extant people crossing on a newsgroup or everything that we see how we research it before we put it out. to i this is the newsroom this is where the news stories is published and is how it's done it like i said the newsroom is a junkie. going for you look at these are all things i work with with good news with. this is called. the decks new sticks and we have something called double
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decks. of the stories and this is the story the house and that's not the board i have in the story. it's hard to work. on is a good publisher would be to talk with your four times and and be with your family hundred percent it's very difficult you have to spend half of the time running out the stories you have to have time to research and all of those things and from from where i come from and look you know especially liberia in your story. in the press freedom it was difficult. because what you've published people come after you you know it was a very tough. my
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shop was broken down and was the body each a it broke me because it was man level who doesn't know where i was a dog. mateen man funny in a way when it broke i guess that out all was lost i said though i get i get by myself in the time so i must continue to go out there and these also encourage me and i may keep it all so i did that a common stock in a new friend called me obama used to make an issue that they had about the house so they didn't have better shoes and then there was.
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i'm believing god that we were we had me one day and i always did this i would do what i had timed out or does the b.b.c. what we were. just another is preaching what we were. if you have the. heroes you will have the money to people so. they didn't get judges news from heroes news people and they get put out to. the point of a referral. to did it very very group probably also got some time with. the amount to buy a newspaper get information on this say well. yes you are really rich see a lot my hope for liberia is that something. one thing liberia put
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a lot more people up one hundred fifty dollars even. and everybody we're out on cesspool melich of. everyone without us as the border rolls would what and end up at the lab bureau get washed at the. well that's it for this week of course you can find out more about alfred's free press and watch other films from the series on the rewind page at al-jazeera dot com i'm come all santamaria from the whole rewind same thanks for joining us.
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the story of a british italian man experiencing life close up in a palestinian refugee camp in beirut. coming face to face with the daily lives of its residents some of whom have lived there for seventy years but it's been all refugio mostly his life it's not been known to show seven days in beirut. on al-jazeera. when the nears is restricted and send said the press is not free and is external interference and influence and the zooms to exploit not explain. when journalists access to information is prevented he said at the time but i want us to press. them out of the cost.
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and just as never sees the light of day no i knew that i bought into. the team of course you doubt it what the show will help you and the stories that matter and told and the press does not see. and neither are we. hello i'm citizen in london with the top stories harold as they are around a hundred migrants are missing feared dead after that boat capsized in the mediterranean as it headed to europe libya's coast guard also recovered the bodies of three young children it happened just hours after european leaders signed a compromise deal time to preventing such journeys from north africa but while some of those leaders are calling for a green meant breakthrough details are vague on how it's actually going to work
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once they has more from brussels. when the future of the european union may be at stake it's worth staying up all night to save its so that's what they did. emerging warily at five in the morning the french president suggested they had bridged the gap many thought impossible. position. europe is not an island and we must be able to face up to this challenge was remaining loyal to our values protect our people and national cohesion tonight we took an important step many predicted the impossibility of an agreement many predicted the triumph of national solutions tonight we have succeeded in finding a european solution and a way of working in cooperation. micron will take the credit for winning the rebellious it's how he and governments around the breakthrough policy is to set up sensors at which migrants and refugees will be screened and either sent home or resettled among countries prepared to have them even if it isn't clear how the italians who would also demanded reform of wider asylum rules then signals their
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consent. at the end of the european council of a more responsible and more united europe italy is no longer alone. and keeping the hardliners happy extended to germany as well where chancellor merkel's political future has been in the balance the indications seem to be that the right wingers in her coalition seem satisfied that germany will be better protected from mass refugee flows the mother. herself knowledged the vast rift in europe about humanitarian values this is a good we have agreed on five guidelines but two are still lacking a common european asylum system but i'm optimistic after today that we can really continue to work even though there is still a lot to be done to bridge the different views of the moves like strengthening support for the libyan coast guard will be condemned by humanitarian organizations as europe turning its back on its legal obligations if this were
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a success it was only in that it staved off the apparent imminent collapse of the european union under the weight of migration but in doing so it gave more weight to the populist right wing in europe a further retreat from the liberal values the european union is so fond of proclaiming. and is over the final communique was long gone wishes and very short on promises about how to accomplish them this may have averted a crisis for now but europe remains a political unit deeply unhappy lawrence lee al-jazeera brussels jordanian officials say a new cease fire has been agreed for southern syria this after a twelve hour truce and in there are province in one thousand nations says the number of people displaced in the latest fighting there has tripled to one hundred sixty five thousand syrian government troops and russian forces have been battling against the free syrian army for the past ten days before the overnight cease fire began at least eighty people were killed in their strikes on say the u.n.
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warning that civilians may be trapped. thailand's prime minister has told the families of twelve schoolboys trapped in their cave complex along with their football coach to remain hopeful. church told the boys families to keep faith as the search efforts and to a six day rescue mission includes over a thousand people including british and american teams there is growing criticism that there are too many people involved gaza's health minister says two people one of them a thirteen year old boy have been killed by israeli fire in protests along the israel gaza border 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 late march is the headline say with this child soldiers reloaded is coming up next.
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we will maintain the finest fighting force of the world has ever known the world has ever known the world has ever known the world has ever known so i would doubt it personally the only two people who would most credit i just don't like the image that it conjures up in most people's mind. it's like any other thing in the global finance it's just the military trade. contractors don't like hard time around. my dad pretty good. for missing young government perspective the iraqi clinton was considered
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a good deal. after the article you were on the it's more than thirty years closely. we have a mismatch between the way we imagine the war to be and the reality of the twenty first century can we do a little or could we find someone that we do it for boardroom don't you get what you pay for. b.b.c. world service and u.s. troops have left iraq. and it continues to maintain a high passes in the country with the largest u.s. embassy in the world the situation in the kurdish john the center for crucial for
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the international troops to go under control over to the afghan forces fish if you're just attrition really critical we country. says throughout american oxford it was stopped by my car down south and you're right. this is a trap as one commander says he wants. so yeah like if i was these other funds or even friends. some of them they are worried after all that stuff. they know right now down there tonight yeah. how many of the persons that you're sending out. the child soldiers and i found seven i can't tell i can tell you that i mean if you think i can't. i can tell you're dealing with many people i'm going to say i this and this and this.
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president inspecting small. groups. because. it was. in the building well. enough for a good. deal for us and i will too. this is a tradition if you don't know for it with a stick from the spear with arrows. that's the tradition if you are trying to simulate this me disoriented them say well it could i'm sure but that isn't the case some may be critical of people who used to be fighting when they were very
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young that they all go to war you think that's a problem not that's not our problem under from it is yes that must have shown before take it's not from an absence yes it must have. and even if they had started when they would fulfill it in the thirties if that's not a problem wasn't a problem just as the job as they are here is carrying. the sand guides well yes with classes and they got the school fees training. the army never got in the summit and resorted to using uganda because of their ideas being that people who isn't what you tell me there is would be too andy and as an english.
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gun to shoot those who want to fight need gun rights. that it. will give companies risk on common on tract as we sometime on onto them. are example i didn't maybe it was for someone i'm.
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the private military industry is a part of how the country is in fights wars today. u.s. government doesn't track the number of contractors it uses in places iraq or afghanistan we know it's a lot we don't really know exactly how many. i spent several years working within the industry i have a military background and one of the differences between being a soldier i found and being a private military contractor is that when you work for the u.s. military or any military you take a sacred oath that you're going to serve and fight for your country and necessary die to protect a way of life one that you believe in i am an american soldier i'm
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a warrior and a member of a team. that will never accept defeat. at least i will never win i'll never leave a fine comrade it's the complete opposite in a private military world you look at the budget first the loyalty of these companies and these businessmen's change depending on market forces. we operate in the world's challenging complex emerging markets the middle east is absolutely cool for other business today. the sooner we can are in pal and we perform in the right in. this industry is not just what you see is what you get.


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