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don't let this person have been someone that we released on parole gate keepers of the parole system you're asking us for a second chance rape was important to me was on the other side offense and now i get to the other side of it was a marriage that are going to. prison exploring the dark side of american justice system with job on al-jazeera. hello and london with the top stories and al-jazeera the twelve boys who were rescued from a flooded cave in northern thailand have lost last week have made their first public appearance the teenagers and their coach appeared in good spirits as they recounted their ordeal at a news conference in chiang rai of the boys paid tribute to the former navy seal
who died in an attempt to rescue them and describe the moments of miracle when the divers found the white house has denied that president donald trump contradicted his entire intelligence community again just a day off to saying as full faith in the u.s. government agencies portis at the white house whether russia still poses a cyber security threat trump replied no but the white house press secretary said he was not talking about russian meddling. chances because the president after comments from the president was said thank you very much i'm saying no to answering questions the president and his administration are working very hard to make sure that right russia is unable to meddle in our elections as they have done in the past as if we have stated a us judge has ordered a russian woman charged with acting as a foreign agent be jailed pending our pending trial after warnings that she poses
a serious flight risk at a court hearing prosecutors showed a photo of maria bettina meeting an allegedly russian intelligence operative in a restaurant in washington she's accused of conspiring against the u.s. government and is alleged to have and if looks way to the national rifle association syrian activists say the rebel held town of now while in the southern province of their eye has come under heavy bombardment by government forces the only hospital has been bombed reports of dozens of casualties hundreds of civilians have fled west towards the israeli occupied golan heights. the first commercial flight from ethiopia to eritrea after twenty years at war has landed safely the flights which has been called the bird of peace arrived in the us tomorrow it's a red carpet welcome many on board were seeking to reunite with family members. and nigerian police say eight suspected boko haram members have confessed to being involved in the abduction of the chibok school girl
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zealand both islands and that's increasingly likely during thursday in northern ireland maybe on friday it looks a brighter picture you know it is not very much happening in tonga or fiji and we rock the west is on the pacific again to mid summer sunshine and again continued warm in fact you'd say it's hot soccer's forecast and actual temperature mid to high thirty's. just skipped. me from the sun roof funny thing is a promise. to. raise from this roof is the name under which i recorded the regulars with regular music is really going to trip my love for a very young age it may come from jamaica but i feel that. it talks about just the quality folks of all people in this ng are great the music has
a message that's deeply relevant to this road especially for a good thing this is kind of all in all the right wing assault on our freedom to oss questions and generally all freedom of expression and people you know are being taught it's like students teachers activists in their class right so it's nice all of them have been intimidated that's the number of people on the street see the protest has reached our doorstep soul in which as a whip i'd like to attempts to contradict something it's. this is zero. hello i'm david this is the news hour live from london coming up. boys and their coach speak about their eighteen days trapped in plotted caves before finally going
home to their families. the white house denies that president contradicted the u.s. intelligence community again. to villages besieged by rebels syria's government launches what activists are calling a frenzied attack plus. cheers and celebrations as the first commercial flight between ethiopia and eritrea touches down and outs mara after twenty years that war. with the days where we hear from rory mcilroy as he prepares for the season's. championship and the number one hopes for a fifth major title. they
survived on rain water for nine days inside the depths of a flooded cave now members of a young thai football team have spoken about their ordeal for the first time with one describing the moment they were discovered magical the twelve teenagers and their coach appeared in good spirits questions at their first public appearance so fast and has more from china. thank the happy faces of what is now one of the world's most famous football teams the wild boars can finally go home well no not for the performances on the pitch but for their miraculous survival and rescue from the pitch black of a cave in northern thailand. a charge to go into the water and dig to see if we can go through but i could feel that the bottom was all sand and the top was just rocks a pulled the rope and the boys pulled me back afterwards i told one of the boys that we cannot exit this way. what was planned as a one hour visit to the cave turned into an ordeal for eighteen days and nights
closely watched by news viewers around the world. i found a sunday hill and there was water dripping from the cliffs and rocks so i told everyone that we'd better stay near the water so we decided to spend the night there before we went to sleep i told him we should pray together before sleeping the youngest is only eleven years old maybe. i tried not to think about food otherwise i'd fill it in more hungry after nine days they finally were found. and we heard some noises of people talking at that moment so we told each other to be quiet and listen to the noises we weren't sure so we listened and it turned out to be true i was surprised. a team of international divers finally managed to swim them to safety in what experts this cry by one of the most difficult and dangerous cave rescue operations ever remarkable stories of survival told by the boys and
their coach for the first time with no food at all they tried to hide any clean water they could drink all the time they were trying to find a way out as they became weaker and weaker by the day. the father of the fourteen year old goalkeeper says he wants his life returned to normal as soon as possible i mean of course i am worried we can't see in the future but i will tell my boy when he returns to the normal world he may face things he has never experienced before i try to encourage him to make sure he will be ready to face this issues only speak about what he wants to say things that hurt him he should avoid the wild boars will all become a novice monks for a period of nine days to pay tribute to the former tiny navy diver someone who lost his life during their rescue. di artists have made this mural in chiang rai. to honor the extreme bravery and international teamwork of everyone who participated
in the rescue operation of the sharing their stories with the world the boys can finally go back home steadfast and al-jazeera john wright. while the twelve boys have now returned home to their families it was the first time they were allowed to home after being quarantined in hospital for a week following the rescue earlier during their near news conference several of the boys apologized to their parents for entering the cave system officials have asked for the team's privacy to be respected so that they can return to school and regular life. the white house has denied that president donald trump contradicted his intelligence community again just a day after saying as full faith in the u.s. government agencies trump was heavily criticized on monday for refusing to confront blood amir putin over russia's interference in the twenty sixteen u.s. election but earlier he appeared to say that russia no longer poses
a cyber security threats this despite his intelligence chief saying the opposite can really help get reports from the white house. i just want to. tell you that reversing course for the third time in as many days u.s. president donald trump on wednesday cast doubt on whether he believes the russians are interfering in u.s. politics is really disturbing. thing rather than making waves you know that no only added to more confusion and contradicts his own public statement made a day earlier a tuesday trump sought to clean up statements made alongside russian president vladimir putin in the final and on monday he just said it's not russian after heavy criticism even from within his own party trump claimed he misspoke and he sentence in my remarks i said the word would instead of what you. have said and should have been i don't see any reason why i would or why he didn't want to invade russia the
most recent reversal once again gives russia the benefit of the doubt even though trump's own director of national intelligence made it clear just last week that the kremlin is interfering i'm here to say the warning lights are prick blinking red again in an attempt at damage control the white house press secretary denied trump ever suggested russia is no longer targeting the united states i talked to the president he wasn't answering that question he was saying no he's not taking questions and i've stated what our position is the president trumps democratic critics in congress are satisfied with those answers they're pushing for trying staffers in the translator present at the truck meeting to appear before congress to answer the questions they say the white house won't really help at al-jazeera the white house. they cannot go live to roslyn jordan and washington rosalind with
so much reversing back and forth it's hard to tell exactly what trump is trying to say or to believe at the white house is saying what do you make of all of this well clearly the white house believes it has a big problem on its hands there is no reporting coming from political and some other print publications here in washington suggesting that the chief of staff john kelly has been reaching out to top republicans on capitol hill to basically urge them to tell the president to his face you really went way out of bounds when you met with blood in your putin on monday they're putting out this story to really show that the president isn't even listening to his top advisors clearly it's undermining any credibility that the president wanted to have on trying to have his own reset as it were with russia it's something which he campaigned on during the twenty sixteen election however the prevailing theory now is that the president is
much more interested in protecting russian interests rather than that of the united states and so this is perhaps the most serious controversy in an administration that has had a culture versus almost from day one. the rest of the world is watching with confusion and somewhat bemused meant what do you think this is doing to how the u.s. is being viewed from the outside. it's not helping to the in fact if anything it's probably worsening the global perception of the united states there are members of nato that are questioning whether the u.s. actually would stand up for all parts of the nato treaty particularly article five in which all nato members promise to come to a country if it were to be attacked they are questioning whether for example if something were to happen to one of the baltic states would the u.s.
be there to protect that country from perhaps some sort of russian military incursion there is also concern that the u.s. is not doing enough to stand up for human rights that it's not doing enough to try to stand up against other countries that are led by dictators notably in syria where the civil war has killed so many thousands of people since it started back in two thousand and twelve there's a real concern that the united states is not the trustworthy ally that it has been for the past seventy three years. jordan in washington thank you a u.s. judge has ordered a russian woman charged with acting as a foreign agent be jailed pending trial warning after warnings that she poses a serious flight risk now at a court hearing prosecutors showed a photo op with tina meeting and allegedly russian intelligence operative in a restaurant in washington she's accused of conspiring against the u.s. government and is alleged to have infiltrated the national rifle association.
has the latest from washington. at wednesday's court hearing the u.s. justice department successfully argued that maria booty know would be an extreme flight risk if released pending trial the judge agreed and ordered the twenty nine year old woman to be held without bond in court filings prosecutors allege who posed as a gun rights activists and gain access to the top tiers of u.s. conservative groups the powerful national rifle association was her primary target photo show with n arrays former president and other notables on the american right prosecutors say she gained access to conservative v.i.p.'s through a romantic relationship she struck with a top republican operative and in two thousand and fifteen is believed to have interacted with none other than then presidential candidate donald trump at
a forum prosecutors say buton acted as a russian agent under the direction of alexander torsion a deputy head of russia's central bank torsion is currently the target of u.s. sanctions for maligned activities pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy and failure to register as a foreign agent her attorney says she is innocent of all charges but the american government argues that this case shows the breath and the depth of russia's activities in an attempt to influence american politics. syrian activists say government forces have launched a frenzied attack on a rebel held city in the southern province of daraa there have been dozens of air strikes and heavy shelling on nawa it's only hospital was bombed with reports of dozens of casualties now as the largest urban center in southern syria still controlled by rebel fighters and the fighting is forcing hundreds of civilians to flee west towards the.