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in the united states between ports of entry up until this administration that would essentially automatically result in a person being permitted to stay in the united states and pursue their claim to asylum and there is a whole mechanism to do that. if they articulated a claim to a border patrol officer either between ports or at a port of entry they were permitted to make their claim to a trained asylum officer that is not happening people are being kept away and that's a violation of domestic law all right so we will continue to watch this debate for the time being helen sklar we thank you very much for speaking to us on al-jazeera . well sarah her at is here with us this horse more about what's happening online and what's being said about these protests are going on in the united city also heathrow so the seven hundred plus protests have been organized mainly through the u.s. as largest independent online political group called move on and
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a coalition of several other movements and i'll just show you a list because this gives you an idea of the number of those that are involved i mean there's so many is we've got global fund for children american ethical union all sorts of different representations a taking part and have organized this these marches across the country and the hash tag that's being used for that is family belongs together belong to families rather belong together but i also want to show you this map the map pay because here it is shows us quite close shows you all the locations of where those protests are happening in each bubble you can click on it and it will show you the location and if you click on that will give you more information on the details of the march the one happening perhaps in your area but some u.s. senators have also been taking to social media and they've been encouraging others to get involved one of those is senator dick durbin at and he said that he's delivering handwritten cause to the children have been separated from the parents
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at the border and he's encouraging others to send those cards and i guess their cards of encouragement for those kids and people have been responding online including if i show you this picture here of several kids the hash tag for that is cards for kids and they've been working on several drawings that they're going to be sending to those children but some people have also been posting pictures of the them spending the night making signs for the march is the happening now and katie said this photo of her sign against the u.s. immigration customs enforcement ice that's the agency they were talking about now we've also been hearing from some of those taking part in those nationwide protests . once again we've seen this administration take and cautioned us that one that was frankly three months ago probably something we would have never even thought they could go as high as this and it's important that we step up you know this is america our democracy and when we're not happy with the way things are going we raise our voices i hope more people time so so more of us can show our displayed
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share and now pressure and pressure more officials to take down all this grotesquery here because families are going to get the idea traumatizing little businesses young kids nine months old by tearing them away from their family the fact that asylum seekers who are here doing something illegal by international law are being punished and treated it's criminal all that is ok i'm just here because the. well i was just a bit of a taster on the sentiment in the u.s. right now but interestingly though the u.s. migration policy on migrants and refugees seems to have right precautions elsewhere in switzerland this time but because because the united nations migrant migration agency has a new director general this is him and he's not from the u.s. administration's nomination the u.n. member states that snubbed u.s. candidate ken isaacs in favor of portuguese socialist and former european union
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commissioner and tanya victoria has been led by an american throughout its sixty seven year history with one exception in the one nine hundred sixty s. isaacs was reportedly eliminated after three rounds of voting and he also apologized auster a couple of us media outlets revealed back in february the isaacs had an anti refugee views on social media but stay around for more social media stories so a venue. can also live comment on any of the upcoming stories off facebook page life during the show. well journalist and commentator david a love writes civility cannot save a nation of child internment camps but creative leaders will and he argues in this opinion piece that the u.s. is witnessing a new generation of leaders who are providing a different vision for the nation and resistance to the policies of donald trump one such leader is this woman right here alexandra cortez she's
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a young latina of puerto rican descent who's not previously held elective office she's a democratic socialist who advocates for a federally guaranteed job and medicare for all calls for tuition free public colleges and the dismantling of ice david a loves analysis is on the home page of al-jazeera dot com. now the war in yemen has created more than two million people from their homes and their arrival in some places has been met with anger of those who fled the country fifty one thousand went to neighboring aman another forty thousand are in so malia a country which already has one and a half million internally displaced people tens of thousands have gone to saudi arabia which is leading the coalition war efforts in yemen while a much smaller number have traveled to asian countries like malaysia where they can stay visa free for three months and most yemenis try to get to europe via libya putting their lives at risk by crossing the mediterranean sea but since the start
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of this year alone a relative handful about five hundred have arrived on the south korean island of jeju seeking asylum the government says they flowed via kuala lumpur on flights that began from malaysia's capital last december responding to south korean anger the government says it will tighten laws governing the arrival of refugees those already on j two have also been blocked from leaving the island and yemenis will now need a visa before travelling to south korea protesters believe the yemenis have come for economic advantage rather than protection craig leeson has been at the protests and has this from so. the south koreans of healing streets in protest against want made to seem to be a refugee crisis and then there are only about three hundred people here at the moment but they're representing more than half a million people who had signed a petition and sent it to the government's protesting against
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a believe in what is an influx of refugees who would watch it happen to believe it has been in he walks. free malaysia into j.j. one of the holiday destination also free access place name but that's where the problem has started more than five hundred yemenis have entered jail you know our little. the way my sister and they all start because the government has responded to this concern about refugees. is that they've already g.'s and those of us on this ng is from accessing the mainland and they're exploiting women from. free access to a little island to stop yemenis from accessing j.j. now it's a lot of the protesters what they're asking for. the concern as. well as ryan writes that they think will. asylum seekers are allowed into the country don't care is concerned about the culture. to south korea and.
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they believe that the refugees that are seeking asylum were actually break free and he'd take it by itself there is economy. why should we have to use our tax dollars on refugees when young people here are finding it hard to get a job. the causing trouble everywhere why should we accept that when the global trend isn't enough one hundred meters away from the protest against the asylum seekers is this protest a much smaller protest but in support of the asylum seekers here they cling on the south korean government to be humanitarian to remember that it is a signatory to the un convention on refugees and. they didn't act in twenty thirty supporting. the homo did a thing i detest islamophobia i'm very against racism their refugees don't harm our community actually what they bring us economic benefits to our society over the past twenty years south korea has only accepted four percent of asylum seeker
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applications in twenty seventeen it was as low as one percent for the yemenis still stuck on j.g. island that's bad news it could be many many months before their asylum applications are even terry system. is the last place adnan imagines himself working i didn't choose this job but i'm in alan's immigration and there are enough this place because me and turned out that it was a restaurant so. a qualified health and safety officer he worked for a patrolling company in yemen but was forced to flee the war after he was threatened and tortured by sympathizers of the hutu rebels and then 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 south korea through the island's visa free status the sudden influx of yemenis has
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overwhelmed the local community and the government is acting to stem the flow in april south korea's justice ministry banned yemenis on j.g. from traveling to other parts of the country and earlier this month excluded yemen from the island's visa waiver program but more than four hundred eighty yemenis still here and now 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 board 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 need to consider in the long term. more than half a million people have signed
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a petition urging the government to revise its refugee law on j.j. the local government is hoping some including adnan to find jobs. council of 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. the refugees 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 peace in yemen so we go back to yemen you have to leave a new country where you grew up new music or where you have no friends where you have lived. 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. all syrian rebels and fighters say talks half failed with russia over
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a deal on that the syrian government is continuing its offensive in the south west to push out rebel fighters and this is pressing more and more syrians against borders they aren't being allowed to cross jordan saying it will refuse to accept any syrians from deborah more than one hundred sixty thousand have been displaced just in recent days and al jazeera arabic scores spondon some of the is on the jordanian side of the border with syria here's what he has to say. well. the cease fire announced friday and mean not only held for a few minutes there's been uninterrupted shelling across billy just south of syria namely in the eastern and western countries sod's of daraa province according to eyewitness accounts we received the areas were all residential homes and makeshift hospitals which is no longer operational as a result of the intense bombardment as we speak we can still hear the shelling a true massacre took place in the town of paulson in dars west and countryside the ceasefire collapsed in this town where residents of neighboring areas have taken
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refuge over the past few days was targeted by intense shelling this means more syrians will be fleeing for their lives towards the jordanian border as it also exacerbates the dark humanitarian conditions of the displaced as the u.n. reported that more than one hundred sixty thousand syrians have fled to jordan is borderline with syria jordan's government said it cannot open the borders as it's already home to one point five million syrian refugees and due to political economic and security issues jordan is in no position to accommodate more negotiations also kicked off in the regime held areas south of syria between representatives of the free syrian army and russian forces we have learnt that the rebels would propose to give up crossing on jordan's border while the syrian regime laid a precondition that the f.s.a. must lay down arms withdraw from the south then integrate into the police force these demands were turned down when you can see on this map how much territory rebels had twelve days ago that territory in green is shrinking by the day
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a syrian government forces continue to push south more now from our colleagues over at a.j. plus. really worried about the situation we expect that the number of displaced people could more than double the violence escalates.
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a moment on facebook coming up later on the news grid as mexico prepares for the presidential election we'll get the latest from our correspondent in mexico city. hello again that starts in the levant and western parts of asia where the conditions looking pretty fine a woman there in touch can thirty eight degrees finer of the caspian sea tehran pushing forty not far short bypass forty three and it's looking fine around the suicide of the mediterranean much to turkey to look in drawing no significant share right to it expected there now as we head across into the arabian peninsula region then we've got a whole conditions just about everywhere on the western side temperatures there into the low forty's. on the eastern side but the big difference is we're now getting very light winds in the think it may well be the case that humidity is
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going to stay up through the rest of the summer forty two degrees in if the humidity was low there is no problem but now the humidity is really creeping up then it becomes quite uncomfortable at times as a forecast through into monday no change here and across the rest of the gulf region temperatures soar similar heading across into southern portions of africa looking draw and find here for across many areas we have got this front there. given the chance of some rain down in cape town during the course of sunday highs of sixteen degrees still going to be share a thing as we head through monday in temperatures really struggling in just thirteen but the eastern cape looking fine durban you look in quite a bright day highs of twenty three. as it's of it takes a tougher line on migrants organized crime is making vast profits from the misery of. people in power investigates the state funded conception centers where the
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helpless are regions to commodities ripe for exploitation. goods. to see. the nature news as it breaks although thousands of women have reported rape and other sexual atrocities in south sudan's work rats are going to say the figure is likely much higher with detailed coverage nearly fifty schools took part in the drive each one responsible for the whole acting a different tired of school supplies clothing from around the world several focal is still very you have with these players a very cold for them they won't be able fully because maybe you will want to avoid all means that are still but.
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the most for the articles right now on our website that talks with russia over that of the steel. that is according to syrian rebels we brought you down story here on the newsgroup just a few months ago you could head to al jazeera dot com to read more about that story as well as the other top stories.
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mexicans go to the polls for an election that could you pen the political status quo big business is pushing its favorite candidates but the country's working class are expected to be the king makers so they're hoping for an end to violence poverty and corruption opinion polls put leftwing and risk money well lopez obrador well ahead in the race conservative riccardo an eye of the sun party is trailing him in the polls and followed closely by jose antonio me of the of the governing institutional revolutionary party and independents haiyan road reagan or bridge or as a veteran politician who has run for the presidency twice before john holeman joining us from mexico city less than a day away and now john from that historic election very important election in mexico city what's the latest in the run up. well the latest we've been hearing especially this week is really
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a lot of the theatrics going on a coalition of civil society organizations have said that about thirty million mexicans in the electorate have received offers to buy their vote that's about a third of the electorate that's not actually unusual in mexican elections vote buying and dirty tricks tend to happen before the actual vote itself also in the capitol itself this week two men were arrested with a suitcase of the equivalent of a million dollars they were going towards a major party headquarters as well as that we're seeing a real overdrive in electoral violence again this is something that's happened in past elections in mexico but we're seeing so much more of it this time around more than one hundred thirty political killings have taken place in this company almost daily reports just in the last forty eight hours there's been four people killed in please call related killings so really we're looking at an election that's been very bloody and also been especially in this latest poll the company says quite
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a few politics so is that one of the biggest issues you would say the violence that the country is witnessing or what are the other big issues for voters. i think you're exactly right the violence of course isn't just to do with politics and political candidates two thousand and seven seyne was the most violent year in mexico on record two thousand and eighteen looks to suppose but just take the month of may there was on average a killing every fifteen minutes in that month so that's one of the major issues for voters another one is corruption the loss to ministre she was replaced by conflict of interest another scandals sixty four percent of mexicans say that they don't have faith that that government is clean and another of the major issues is poverty in the country about fifty three million mexicans are living under the poverty line
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and the inequality is so huge they hear that about one percent of the country's population holds a third of the wealth so those are the three main issues going into this election and they are really playing into the hands of the front runner by far under this money will lopez obrador because what he's saying is that the political class isn't able to resolve these doesn't want to resolve these issues he calls them the power mafia and he says that he can break that all and so on while i have you with us let me just finally ask you to preview election day for us how will the day play out on sunday. well it's going to start off early sunday morning with seeing that in the states of good arrow in the state of tamaulipas we talked a little about electoral violence and the police really deploying to those states to try and keep a lid on that on that they so the results are due to come in quite late into the night now as we've already mentioned under his monologue because over
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a dog is the front runner he's got about a twenty point of vantage in polls so a lot of analysts in the country saying that he can't be cool if you score and if someone else one of the other candidates wins the election to monday is going to be a very interesting day here ok and john home and giving us the update from mexico city thank you so you can read more about why these elections in mexico are so important by heading to our web site al jazeera dot com it's being dubbed the biggest election in mexican history more on our websites uganda is shutting down hundreds of orphanages that don't meet legal standards the government suspect some are being used for profit or child trafficking palter there john reports on a home in the northern city of gulu that's trying to help the children nine year old appeals parents died from aids four years ago her grandmother took care of her
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until she passed away the little girl who has hiv was living at a now shuttered orphanage in the northern ugandan city of gulu appeal is now cared for by her legal guardian jeffrey who has four kids of his own it's a lot of press and i think i'm trying. to make. my family and china thinking. about our look. valerie was the manager of one shelter that shut its doors the orphanage was home to children who lost their parents to aids and war the government of uganda has not. been the children's home children. and some of them. even their siblings many in uganda worry the closure of some six hundred orphanages will put children out on the streets without the basic skills for survival unicef says there are two and a half million orphans in uganda and hundred fifty three million worldwide the
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charity hope and home says children living in orphanages are forty times more likely to have a criminal record and five hundred times more likely to commit suicide researchers say children who grow up in orphanages suffer physically intellectually and emotionally the quality of life of orphans in uganda is what's worrying the commissioner for youthen children's affairs he's overseeing the closure of orphanages that don't meet the government's criteria we have also learnt that many of these often it is being used as a route across got children out of the country i'm suspecting parents just leave. to be taken on by anybody under the guise of helping them and in the end. one of the licensed homes in gulu st jude it's home to more than ninety orphans often a. place for children to grow up in but. for
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the children it was some of the children. who have studied. while living with family is the ideal situation for orphans license shelters can help st jude says some of the children who've grown up in their home have turned out to be productive and successful people with university educations and fulfilling careers . on al-jazeera. well we'll stay in uganda for another story where women are protesting for the second time this month sara talk us through it yeah that's right well the news grid team has been monitoring this story for weeks now it all started last month when the women's protest working group find a petition demanding police investigate the kidnap a murder of forty two women in uganda at the time they march to police headquarters in the capital kampala but it seems not much has changed since because the group of women a back on the street again and then trying to raise awareness on violence against women and children and they're demanding an end to this among say others among its
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league and in government to carry out of the investigation into the murder of all those women and actually the process is banned but demonstrators were eventually allowed to march again peacefully and here is an appeal from one protester who posted this video on social media. we just want to thank you meant so much for your time down where we marched so it's no shock yes it was great members of the what you saw last week. let me thank you so much also told security and tell them. that we did not. we did not go home sit and wait to see the phoenix allegedly just accepting it and you know you. made now many of those who join to live tweeting with updates from the poet protests and one of those who wrote the victims were not given any justice
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and no most held accountable for their gruesome deaths but i recognize and i think about the families and friends left behind with no closure but fear and anger and with that she also shared this picture here now this is a list of all forty two of the women their names their ages if you have a look here and one of them was actually two months pregnant and as a few students in there as well so different women and all listed in that list but others have also felt that thoughts and prayers alone are just not enough and they want to see action one of those is helen income polish your minds others the importance of marching because as she says praise and not enough they need action and the hash tag which use for that where women's lives matter and for those at the rally there seem to be a popular sign to hold up which reads taking twits offenders feminism rather to the streets but the protests wasn't just limited to uganda this picture of solidarity actually make it a bit smaller so you can see there this is a picture of solidarity from the german capital but in and is taken by activists
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there who used also the hash tags on the sign there say marching in solidarity with women march u.g. which stands for uganda and women's lives matter but earlier we spoke to rosa mongo she's the un's resident coordinator in uganda. i have not been to a country even those countries in warm west and in most of my career where most of the solutions income from women yes who have the resilience to harm each and the guts to get society to change into positive behavior it was women it was women and the man everywhere in union who got charles taylor to change his ways and get them out of stuff that was in there. it was written out well now harsh to make sure of that and you know you need. so as women we have an incredible. strength of power and of respect that is not always obvious but when we come together we can have better results all these thoughts process don't go away very quickly so you
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want to hear from me if they're in uganda you can always tweet me the hash tag is a.j. nice grades sarah thank you well every day in australia thirty people are rescued from drowning and saving lives is about to get easier this summer drones will be used to help stranded swimmers and to spot sharks that might be getting a little too close for comfort and for thomas reports from near president a drug flies over the australian surf as well as the rough water films in the center of this shot to swim as we've been swept out and are in serious trouble but rather than just film them the drone drops help a self inflating float to which the swimmers cling on and used to get gradually swept by the waves back into shore. it was one of these drones which in january carried out the rescue of two sixteen year old boys mark phillips was at the
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controls lucky i got on video yes we didn't actually put it on our end because we're obviously busy but we did it with of it from the video footage from the fly so we know from takeoff to them receiving the part with sixty seventy seconds a demonstration shows how it works the drone hovers above the person in trouble that is operate the times when to drop its load swimmers hold on until help arrives and traditional way in some cases drones are equipped with the loudspeakers too connected to lifeguard radios they act in a preventative capacity where being able to get above people and say i stopped there's a repair or you are about to get into trouble or you're about to be washed off that certain head back in with had that capability so we're having intervened probably close to one hundred times where we're stop people getting into that situation before they've even got the last australian summer beaches down the east coast where patrolled by seventeen lifesaving drones by this november more than fifty
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rescue drugs will be operating the water today it was a home of the never gets put in a rough way that with waves rowing can reach places that jet skis can and far in frightening like going from shore to drop in just twenty five seconds. other drugs look for shocks computers have been taught to recognise different species we've tried that with images this computer system and it can actually come back and actually give us accurate answers on the basis of the data we fit the computer can then alerts people to get them out of the water it is an excellent example of a. being used in not replacement things but as a system in getting the work done in a better way the shark spotting and life flow dropping drugs have finished that trial period so they'll be patrolling australian beaches for real this summer and those behind them hope to sell their technology well dwight thomas al-jazeera
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neighbors but still ahead the knockout stages underway right now at the world cup so it's win or go home for france or argentina today joe will be here with the latest from there max knotts coming up in just a moment right after whether. the story of a british italian man experiencing life comes up in a palestinian refugee camp in beirut it's. coming face to face with the daily lives of its residents some of whom have lived there for seventy years but it's
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so the knockout stage going on right now joe of the world cup what's happening absolutely darian i'm afraid of her an argentine firm than you may as well just switch off now because we are into the knockout stage and that means that in the next few minutes we'll find out which former world champion is going home in nine hundred ninety eight when as france all four two up against two time world cup champions argentina and tom dreesen scored from the penalty spot for france early in the first half after kilian buckley was brought down in the box but i know demario equalize sending a strike in from long range then the floodgates opened and france run riot they scored three in the second off to those goals came from nineteen year old pay france late for two into the dying moments of the game they looked to have done enough to progress to the course of finals as it stands argentina will be going home today said both joins me now live from one a side as that is give me
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a sense of what people are feeling watching this game in argentina. and well obviously there is not the disappointment with what is happening and rushed out today people are saying that obviously having your little man still may consider to be the best player in the world at what was thought to not but being back on the night that there was a superior player which it's right arjun time has been in crisis in the making here in the final not going to ten thousand and fourteen this team had to be different what would you go during the qualifiers either spin up a moment when messi left the team and then he came back in the last week there's been the conflicts between the players and the coaches and the players trying time policy the way they want to play and in the way that they felt comfortable here it's difficult to explain what will be used for the art in time population what we are right now except laos are not far away from
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a slum argentina has. i'm feeling some serious economic difficulties vaguely want devaluation of the currency a double digit inflation rate and if there is one thing that unites and everyone here is football today. what will people say about these argentine players when they come back will there be anger will they just sort of turn their backs on football how they're going to be feeling when they actually when they actually get back will they want change. for. the i don't mind football association has been involved in the kind of accusations of corruption at the moment but i think that even though we have seen i mean more organized since there has been elections are still first all right in states that are still there like corruption among other things done but it is because if you give the argentine well association of all people a good name here they say that in the last two years they haven't done what's left thank. you and may not be rightly when this much but as you can see right
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behind me people are celebrating there was i would say because probably blame the are two thousand political station because they say they haven't done enough to have a real team during this route i didn't in that spot and then the qualifiers and the officials are it's not the wild card and it's fighting now as we can see they're fighting but not long left in that much that i suppose thank you very much yes argentina still trailing for two for three actually to france now and the ritchson is in moscow for us and it looks like argentina are out and france are going to go through into the quarter finals this from seem they make it look so easy against argentina especially in that second halls a we're looking at the next world cup champions. well i am i'm reluctant sign a thing of this world cup because every time i try to make predictions some to keep
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scoring a goal or an injury time in that game now and argentina on not giving up this is sort of collective feeling around the argentine it seem that they're fighting the dying of the lights of some of their careers and messi is just combined with sergio where rights might the school for three still a couple of minutes to go but fronts we tentatively say do look as though they are probably going to win the game i mean bearing in mind their group stage performance when they want to games and drew one there's a lot of negativity around the french team. there is such it's how insidious selection of individuals but still this feeling that collectively is not clicking and that did the coach after eighty games in charge and six years in the job is still tinkering with the lineup still messing around with team selection and doesn't quite know what his best team is but it was also the feeling that if they could just click a little bit like they did during the latter stages of the european championships two years ago and they hosted it and got through to the final then yes they do have
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the players to take very deep into that sort of it's we thought be talking about a striker beginning with m. messi we're probably going to be talking about killing him back pay and end of his day the nineteen year old parry sound your man striker who has been so impressive in this game he is electrifying be quick on the one thing you could never reach excuse arjen senior of his having any place in the back and he has destroyed them on occasions during this guy want to crucial penalty early in the first half school two goals in the second half the first one of which was basically just him powering his way through a very static defense that appeared to be aging before your eyes they were hanging on in there at four three i mean what can you say about this argentine at sea i mean the game against nigeria when they looked as though they were going out of the world cup in the group stages there was a real epic suites with lino messi was finally able to produce. some of the sort of otherworldly skilled. we've seen throughout his career have a musher on a war horse in midfield was was wandering around covered in blood chasing after the
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referee for much of the game we had diego maradona up in the stands in some states of toxic spasm for much of the proceedings it was it was an epic night and thought maybe that would be the springboard for them since it has one last chance winning a major title with this generation of players i can tell you though now that france have won that game four three so little messy and argentina have been beaten messi perhaps destined never to win the world cup as a player he's thirty one now and he's never actually even scored a goal in the knockout rounds of this tournament that's right and de france four three that results against argentina in france going through to the quarter finals we're looking at the other game that's going to be happening in the in the coming hours uruguay are they likely to trouble european champions portugal in that last sixteen time. yes the winners of that game will now play france europe was. this the few cliches about you require that they're
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a tough physical combative see that they are but they for on pics of the first yellow card in the third group going far but they're very physical at the back they're the same with this world cup you haven't conceded a goal things really clicked in the third group game for them they brought us in and added midfielder lucas to or from some door and that just seems to get the whole sea moving in a much smoother direction after the anemic wins they then beat russia three million that final group game and that france of course they have luis suarez and edison cavani to see of the the best strikers in world football so they do have that see that could go deep into the tournament or up against the portugal see who are inevitably fielding questions in the buildup to this one about whether or not they're just a one man see and all the focus being on cristiana rinaldo they probably are but always deny it i mean that they coming into this knockout round thinking while maybe we really should have won that group they went to the final game against iran
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with the destiny of the group in their own hands they were leading for long periods of time against iran there was an equaliser they almost got knocks out in the final seconds but they they all through and ronaldo again will be a key man you feel as though if they also be you're quite he will be the focus one little interesting stats i picked up here maybe thirty three but rinaldo has been clocked as the fastest player in this world cup at thirty four kilometers per hour so it seems he does still have plenty to offer amazing andy thank you very much well those two games have been top trends on social media but sports fans have also been showing their appreciation towards front starkey and back pay the one thousand year old told a french newspaper that he'll donate all his match fees and bonuses to charity he believes players don't need money to represent their country according to keep for every month she earns more than thirty thousand dollars and that will go to a series of good causes that help children. with disabilities participate in sports but not everyone will leave the world cup with good memories
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a twenty three year old iranian player has quit international football of a bullying saga as moon who was dubbed the iranian messi said the criticism he faced off to run were eliminated was too much to bear as moon school twenty three goals and thirty three games for iran but in the statement he said my mother had overcome a serious illness and i was happy unfortunately because of the unkindness of some people and the insults that me and my teammates in no way deserved illness has become severe this is put me in a difficult position where i must pick one or the other and as a result i pick my mother well egypt joined iran in the world cup exit q but the response from their fans to stop playing mohamed salah was very different style as home address in cairo was leaked online and hundreds of people gathered outside to see him salah came out to greet them and sign autographs proving he's a most of the people are right that isn't all useful for now and they'll be more eight hundred g.m.t. but for now it's back to rain joe looking forward to it thank you for that update
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al-jazeera where every. tens of thousands take to the streets across the united states to protest the trumpet ministrations zero tolerance migration policy. l m c to us and this is al jazeera line from london also coming up peace talks break down between syrian rebels and president assad's key ally russia as
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government forces close in on their own province. protests in south korea over the influx of yemeni refugees requesting asylum class . i'm through told us name a little of all australia is a scottish all be explaining how rome a transformer in the white lifesavers a wish doing people would see. hundreds of protests protests are underway across the united states tens of thousands of people are gathering in every one of the fifty states the demonstrate against trump administration's controversial migration policy more than two thousand children remain separated from their parents despite president donald trump signing an order reversing the policy as well as the quick communication of families protesters are also calling for an end to immigrant detention and the
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travel ban targeting muslim majority nations where we've got correspondents covering the story from different parts of the country elizondo is in new york but first let's go to rosalind jordan she's in lafayette square just outside the white house in washington d.c. and rosa quite a paper i understand that she joined these protests having been on the streets demonstrating before what moved them to take to the streets. so it's very simple the images of very young children being caged by the dozens like zoo animals separated from their parents forcibly and then being sent to detention centers across the united states and the government not keeping track of at least two thousand three hundred of those children in order to try quickly reunify them with their parents that has angered so many people that on one of the
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hottest days of the year so far here in washington d.c. the temperature near thirty nine degrees celsius just before a long holiday weekend thousands of people have packed lafayette square behind me across from the white house to say that they do not support the trumpet ministrations migration policy and certainly in light of this week's supreme court upholding of the so-called travel ban our muslim band people are simply saying this is not the united states we want to live in and they have come out by the thousands just here in washington to protest against the trumpet ministration ross i can just see behind you that the white house understand that the incumbent is how much the moment but do you get the sand the sense that they sacked him is activism is going to have an impact on the president. well certainly the public outcry forced the trumpet ministration to amend its so-called
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zero tolerance policy in which parents and children would be forcibly separated and the children essentially put into a detention process or foster care process which here in the united states is already fraught with many problems including us sexual abuse this is the kind of a situation that now has the administration scrambling to try to hold these families together when they present themselves at the us mexico border but the key word here sue is indefinite they could be in there for many months if not years and that is something that the people at this rally say they do not want to see happen so that's across giving us the picture that in washington d.c. we're not so much across to new york where our correspondent gabrielle elizondo is when protest is that these protests that we're looking our boat from the east coast gay but how widespread is this mobilization across the country.
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organizers are saying that it's going to be happening in all fifty states i mean clearly the ones that my colleague roslyn jordan was in washington d.c. huge numbers here in new york city well over ten thousand people at this protest the just crossed over the brooklyn bridge you see some of them behind me here in the coming to a park where there's going to be a big rally now but this is widespread and that's what makes this a little bit different if this really turns out to be that it is in fifty states that will certainly be a very very significant where we're used to seeing protests in washington in new york city where there are a lot of social justice organizations there are more than one hundred social justice organizations taking part in this protest new york but if we start to see protests in illinois iowa texas other states such as out that will really give you a better indication of how widespread this anger is at this trump administration zero tolerance policy i have just come back from the detention center as witnessing is going on the south do you think these kind of disaffection can make
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a difference. well yes and no i mean the yes in a sense that washington is watching and they're looking at this right now the policy makers and it was clearly as rosalynn mentioned it was the public outrage that caused president trump to reverse his initial zero tolerance policy and reverse the policy of separating families after they cross into the united states so that's a yes i mean there potentially could be the more pressure on washington especially on democratic lawmakers and on swing state lawmakers it could cause a lot of pressure no in the sense that i say that because this is ultimately up to the administration to decide if they backtrack even more on this and there's no indication that the department of justice the main department it's overseeing this and jeff sessions. have any intention of turning back any more than they already have on this policy so we'll have to see in the coming days and weeks or. we how
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this pans out but clearly there is a judge to put a policy in place that says families need to be reunited within thirty days as of now there is still no indication of how the u.s. government is going to do that so all summarized by saying the longer this goes on the board the days and weeks and potentially months that families are separated the more pressure the more protests you'll see and the more pressure will be come down to bear on the top administration to make a change many thanks gave everyone else on to their speaking to us live from a protest in new york. syrian rebels say that peace talks with the government and its ally russia and ended in failure the free syrian army is saying they refused to surrender in the southern province of daraa it comes as a string of rebel held town and villages that have accepted government rule following an intense bombardment campaign that's forced more than one hundred sixty
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thousand people to flee catchall lopez hi diane has more. you know. when the celebration over syrian forces claiming control of rebel held town isn't daraa province syria's state media showed these images allegedly showing unwavering support. but on syria's border a desperate plea more than one hundred sixty thousand civilians have fled in just five days neighboring israel and jordan have closed their borders jordan says it can't afford to take in more syrian refugees. we came from the city of hama it was drawn by bombs and came under siege with pleading with jordan and its king hoping we are left to go through. airstrikes led by syria strongest ally russia have gone on for at least ten days rebel forces have been now
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powered peace negotiations and on and off cease fire deals with russia followed. previous cease fire deals had been breached before. that vision syrian regime forces launched an attack on the other side so who made this agreement the united states and russia they both have responsibility and this needs to stop. daraa was one of the last rebel told areas in syria symbolically it's much more it's here where the uprising against syria's government began seventy years ago now its fate may have international implications it has a very important strategic value for israel because it's about its north aaron border the u.n. warns the situation could turn into a humanitarian crisis many of those who try to flee now have nowhere to go katia lopez so there jaan al-jazeera. janie inside
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of the city. the cease fire announced friday and mean not only held for a few minutes there's been uninterrupted shelling across believe just south of syria namely in the eastern and western countries sod's of daraa province according to eyewitness accounts we received the areas were all residential homes and makeshift hospitals which is no longer operational as a result of the intense bombardment as we speak we can still hear the shelling a true massacre took place in the town of possum in dars western countryside the ceasefire collapsed in this town where residents of neighboring areas have taken refuge over the past few days was targeted by intense shelling this means more syrians will be fleeing for their lives towards the jordanian border as it also exacerbates the dark humanitarian conditions of the displaced the u.n. reported that more than one hundred sixty thousand syrians have fled to jordan is borderline with syria jordan's government says it cannot open the borders as it's already home to one point five million syrian refugees and due to political economic and security issues jordan is in no position to accommodate more. keep
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doff in the regime held areas south of syria between representatives of the free syrian army and russian forces we have learnt that the rebels would propose to give up crossing on jordan's border while the syrian regime laid a precondition that the f.s.a. must lay down withdraw from the south then integrate into the police force these demands were turned down. south koreans are continuing to rally against the rapid rise of yemenis seeking asylum well known five hundred people from yemen have flown to change you island since december about half a million people signed a petition urging the government to revise its refugee legislation the government was forced to hold an emergency meeting friday to deal with the crisis eventually promising to tighten its little craigie sent from so. south koreans to protest against what they see is a refugee camp. isis here in the country this is because more than five hundred
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yemenis have access to countries through a holiday island called j.g. island they're now stuck there because the government has moved to heal them in coming to the mainland there's only about three hundred people here right now but they're representing about half a million people who signed a petition urging the government to revise its legislation given all the refugees the last of these protests is taking place for is another protest one hundred meters away in support of the refugee none of this is hoping for yemenis who so far as do a start on j.j. you are out of fighting in yemen has forced more than two million people from their homes most remain inside the country but hundreds of thousands have fled overseas according to the u.n. a c r fifty one thousand have gone to neighboring amman another forty thousand to.


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