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here lebanon is supposed to be. a dictatorship there is no freedom and there are many dictators all i did was write to post on facebook i was summoned investigated and imprisoned. and his post read one criticised prime minister. for not standing up to the lebanese armed group hezbollah whose members are indicted by a un court and the assassination of prime minister. he wrote in his post let us see if you can form a government or take any decision without the consent of your father's murderers. a long time defender of human rights accuses those in power of a campaign of intimidation and creating an atmosphere of fear. activists are increasingly being summoned by the cyber crimes bureau one case involved a post that addressed the president with complaints including turning the country into a family home he was criticizing the president explaining that we have to. the
middle east so unfortunately today. syria. some politicians are trying to fight back among them one time journalist and member of parliament. but she says legislative changes may not be enough we are in a country where people are terrorized because they just you know give an opinion that we need. to be strong. to listen to politicians the problem starts with this political costs many lebanese are denouncing the detention of people for peaceful criticism while the constitution guarantees freedom of expression protesters say libel laws are being used to silence critics. we contacted the internal security forces cyber crimes bureau for comment but they haven't responded. to our request human rights groups say at least forty people
have been summoned since two thousand and sixteen for what they expressed online. some like red wine spent time in prison he may now be free but his freedom has its limits. the press is treating banksy has stunned the world with a daring act of self-destruction and explains your movie. i the crowd at london auctioneers suburbs can't believe what's just happened at work by banksy is just being sold for one point three million dollars but at the same time a device inside the picture frame has partially shredded it leaving some used others in for it i think. i think we need this kind of shape since it shakes the whole thing during the day but it's not you know we're talking about it today and the story for the nights you. this is what gill with blue used to look like she
first appeared on a wall in east london but this gallery version was a canvas mounted on a board so the bees say the successful phone but it was surprised by the story and they're in discussion about the next steps but experts say thanks to the stunt the pictures market value has already shot up. banksy who hides his identity started out small scale in the city of bristol but has since gone worldwide from this probe refugees piece in cali featuring apple co-founder steve jobs to this art hotel in the occupied west bank. and last year two images appeared near london's barbican cultural complex then are protected behind a film of plastic bank fees were inspired by the workers. who had an exhibition here at the barbecue but there's also a bit of politics you can read say no to street art banksy claiming that the institution was generally more keen to get rid of graffiti in the area you can still see small rodents like this done by banksy at various spots around the
capital some people might smell a rat with the latest stunt perhaps it's what banks he's always been about staying in the spotlight while keeping everyone guessing nadine barber al-jazeera london. so i has hair on alexandra the yankees gary sanchez does the once a month said stan ray cogs details coming up in. the corner.
until now in the coverage of latin america most of the world was a cloud cover included todd's tragedies quakes and that was it but not sure how people feel how they how they think and that's what we do we go anyway five and a half months of demanding an end to an education system that was introduced. in latin america as a zero has come to fill a void that needed to be sealed. give you all the support now with laura thank you now the biggest fight in u.f.c.
history has descended into chaos in las vegas have been no records of the economy grego but then jumped into the crowd and started a brawl which led to several arrests this was one of the most anticipated fights in history the undefeated be defending his lightweight title against mcgregor who is returning to the sport after a two year absence of record was second best the whole way and the irishman eventually tapped out in the fourth round but that's when the real drama started to be lost control jumped over the cage and set of a brawl by attacking mcgregor as team this grainy mobile phone footage shows the moment a big jump into the crowd he was trying to get to one of mcgregor sparring partners there was a scuffle with several people involved in punches thrown a security tried to break it up all that was going on two men one wearing a red t. shirt apparently from hibs on charge jumped into the cage and sucker punched mcgregor from behind mcgregor trying to defend himself before security eventually managed to calm things down organizers refused to give her his belt in the ring to
avoid inciting the crowd further the fighters were escorted back to the dressing rooms u.f.c. president dana white said three of her team were arrested but released after mcgregor said he did not want to press charges have been person is being held pending an investigation by the nevada state commission he could still be stripped of his title about an hour later after calming down in his dressing room had been came out with his belt to address the media and apologize. first of all i want to say sorry top that the commission never sold it to vegas i know this is not my bay side and this is not my best you know i've been. like i don't want to stand how people can talk about i jump on the cage you know what about he talk about my religion you talk about my counter you talk about my father he come to brooklyn and
he broke bass he almost killed couple people. you cannot talk about religion you cannot talk about nation you know guys you cannot talk about this and you know this is for me is very important when mcgregor didn't hold a press conference has said on twitter say he's looking forward to the rematch as if they painted in that clip there's been plenty of bad blood between the camps things nearly boiled over at the weigh in on friday as for the backstory had a buzz on the bus which mcgregor attacked in new york back in april the irishman was arrested in avoided jail time with a play deal you have seen dana white is disappointed in its the bull in vegas has damaged the u.f.c. brand. i've been working hard for eighteen years to build the sport and many of you there i know there's a lot of media here tonight some of you this is your first event can promise you this is not what a mixed martial arts and that is normally why it was hamilton is edged closer to a fifth wild championship victory at the japanese three and a sadie's drive a started from poland was untroubled at the front of the pack. title rivals
festival struggled to climb up from ninth to sixth tangling with max the shop an early on but it was hamilton who took the onus as his from teammate fell terry bought us he now leads by sixty seven points from vettel is four races and one hundred points remaining. so so appreciate everything you do so much so. that you're very very happy i think the whole weekends been incredibly strong from the same as the great ones who from a sadie's and a true showing of you know the real strength in depth that we have as a team and this track is the best track you know well you know they don't make sure i don't know why they don't make tracks like this anymore but every second of the run. though it was just great fun the yankees have pulled level with the boston red sox in the postseason series aaron judge got the scoring going at the top of the
first inning home ring in his third straight postseason game. gary sanchez also hit two home runs including this one that went to a massive four hundred seventy nine feet or hundred forty six meters and over a wall known as the green monster fenway park yankees winning this one six two to level the american league division one one. well series champion houston astros have taken a two nothing lead over the cleveland indians in the series following gonzalez had a go ahead to run double as the astros won three want. to sail around put the right allegations he's facing behind him for the moment he helps event is to an eighth straight sets victory on saturday you they were up against it in is in the portuguese players support their second goal and to know when an elder has been accused of raping an american woman in las vegas in two thousand and nine he denies the allegations he's been back from the top and it's not just by his manager. there
that i can only base my opinions on what i personally see and i'm not the one who will have to say or do something about that situation or not i played a good game he's been training calmly and tonight he scored an amazing goal for promotion of question do people need to understand once and for all that there's one thing that is presumption of innocence it's not enough for someone to be accused of something to be guilty of it and if there's something we have proof of it's that he's an extraordinary professional an extraordinary sportsman an extraordinary footballer and someone who has on any given proceeds to portugal and certainly what we all wish for is that nothing can ever stain that record of christiane. and seen as his manager josie marino says there's a manhunt against him and some of his players are struggling to cope it seems that eighth in the premier league after coming from to nail down to beat new castle three two in the final twenty minutes of their match on saturday when you said the constant speculation over his future is hurting his players. too much talk and
he will put in. on the city and the professionalism of. the players. when seeing is. you can't do better. and another thing is you don't want to do better. well the opening ceremonies been held in argentina for the thirty u.s. olympic games teenagers competing and fetched a sport says daniel swan reports from one aside. before the athletes from more than two hundred countries start to compete is a celebration of the off to malign the limbic ideals this is when they used to limp games truly belong to the people of one osiris the opening ceremony in the street rather than in the sporting arena the celebration of argentine life and culture to share with the rest of the world. the organizers said they were the future limpid gave the basic clues of a possible and arjen signs of visitors from around the world the thirdly come out
in large numbers with its opening ceremony this is the biggest political event argentina as hosted in forty years and the biggest sporting event the most of the four thousand athletes with participated in. four new then seven at it karate roller sports sport climbing and break dancing the aim to make the olympics more relevant to the next generation and she used them to tackle issues concerning wider society such as race and gender equality a life i think a bit in the point here is just to use this for us out against this beach it's not just a power there with. women's and women's in general just to feel more confident. the debate is part of what's being called the limp is an action using sport to tackle major issues that concern the younger generation of the next twelve days it's the sport that will take center stage with the limbic games have become.
the new trend the al-jazeera when osiris. or that is a useful for now have to feel later laura thanks very much indeed and that's it for me nora caught this news but i will be back in just a moment with more of the day's news for you. al-jazeera world travels to the lebanese city of tripoli. to meet the widows living in one of the world's most ancient refuges.
more than seven hundred years old it still upholds the charitable tradition of sheltering those with no means of supporting themselves the widows sanctuary on al-jazeera. conservation ease helping kyrgyzstan to recover its snow leopard population to see the results i traveled up to the remote nature reserve of saudi chat at a touch camera traps have identified a healthy population of up to twenty snow leopards as the technology improves we're finding all these ways in which our guesses are are getting corrected the latest evidence suggests there are more cats than previously acknowledged but this low level of trust believes it's premature to downgrade the cats on the international list of threatened species. demand is outstrip supply an
inference of a commodity. adoption is a compassionate act for children but not against the with their mother's. cruel uganda tribune ited states food lines investigates innocent lives have been court in a tug of war between biological and or don't have parents. soup lines on al-jazeera. turkish police believe a prominent saudi john lewis is being murdered inside the saudi consulate in istanbul. and our nora kyle this is out there a life and also coming up the number of people missing after an earthquake and
tsunami rises dramatically. some entering a conservative majority in the u.s. supreme court brett kavanaugh is sworn in after a close vote and this is a divided senate. who to vote for in brazil what's being described as. the most divisive election in thirty years is about to begin. turkish authorities believe a saudi journalist missing since tuesday has been killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul jamal khashoggi disappeared five days ago after entering the building to pick up marriage paperwork turkish officials told voices the police believe the murder was premeditated and the body moved out of the building saudi arabia denies all of the allegations. following the story for us and joins us from istanbul so the text pretty convinced in there and what they believe happened i'm not saying
them coming out on record. indeed the. statements made by senior party officials that is the governing party hearing sarky among them. and others who have said that it is becoming more and more clear through the officials here what happens. in reference to sources within the security apparatus speaking late on saturday saying that they are now dealing with the disappearance of controversy as a murder investigation they believe ever it was a premeditated crime that took place after she had initially gone into the embassy . four days before that fateful tuesday and was told by authorities or officials in the consulate rather to come back on the tuesday on that tuesday coincidentally fifteen saudi nationals amongst them several officials according to istanbul's
police entered the country went to the consulate at the same time that she was there and then very quickly left not only the consulates building but also the country in its entirety so therefore the belief amongst the officials here based on evidence they say they have including c.c.t.v. footage not only around the consulates building but also in the airports they believe that it points to the fact that. she was assassinated inside the consulate building. the president. be addressing a posse rally within the do we expect him to also address this. well i mean the problem with the president of iran is that when he does speak he speaks for a long time and he sometimes doesn't hold back and what we understand when we we've contacted some of his press about it is that they aren't expecting him to speak
however there is obviously the off trans that maybe he decides to make a comment on this i would say monitoring this situation as i have been for the past couple of days that it would probably be more on likely that he does comment on it because till now there hasn't been an official press conference held by the police to disclose the information we would expect that when the president does talk about this he would do soldier talk about the diplomatic fallout that's would occur as a result of that diplomatic fallout at the level of it were to only be determined by how conclusive the evidence is presented those through what exactly took place so it would be a bit of putting the cart before the horse if you speak of the president does comment on his right now but like i say is we know this is such a sensitive topic it is one that has not only people here in turkey in the arab world as well but also internationally because of these connections as well as the fact that used to write for the washington post and other renowned outlets and
therefore maybe because of that huge level of public interest you will hear a comment from president of iran when he speaks in the coming hour will mother said that place say what we had for the saudi on all this. well the only thing that we've had is a statement that was pushed out by the saudi official news agency citing unnamed consulate source denying the accusations or the claim that she was killed in there in that building interestingly the way it was where i did was it denies that he was killed in the building and doesn't necessarily deny that he was killed and that's something that also increases the worry among those who have been trying to be reassured but trying to find some sort of reassurance through his well being obviously before that's crown prince mohammed bin for the man had spoken to reuters rather sorry to bloomberg on wednesday but that interview only came out on the friday saying that he was happy for turkish officials to come and search the
premises and not something else that led the investigators to believe that he was killed because if the crown prince is saying on wednesday twenty four hours after his surgery went missing but there will be he's waiting for the authorities to come and search the consulate and if the police have zero evidence and they were footage of. coming out of the building but they only have him but when you get into the building then the assumption would lead to true unfortunately the conclusion that he was indeed killed but the true statements like i say were mentioned from the saudi one has been from the crown prince a couple days back on the other has been from the saudi news agency late on saturday in response to the sources of coming out of police the statements coming out of security sources here and psyche that they believe he was killed so many questions that need to be answered jamal to the moment thanks for joining us there from istanbul on the stuff and senior fellow at the cato institute and he says this
incident will further. it just shows that what authoritarian governments can do to their citizens in this day and age and with trouble with authoritarianism still very much alive in our world this certainly will also create a problem between turkey and saudi arabia the two countries have already tense actually relationship now since the military coup in egypt in two thousand and thirteen that the saudis supported turkey opposed and then the dispute over qatar also added to that so turkey and saudi feelings are not very warm and i think this incident will add to that the saudi claims are not just credible i think anybody can see that because they said he entered a consulate and he left and we don't know what happened but his wife was out there are so he didn't leave so that said that's a fact and i think turkish government probably true that he didn't leave because the video footage you will see her nephew days i mean it's just not credible and i
think anybody who has a sense of decency should understand that this is something not acceptable it's not acceptable to kill a citizen because of its views do it in a different country and just as if doctors or whatever i mean it was the operation and i think anybody who believes in democracy human rights freedom should really not just criticize but really go go there a strict or sorry or be on this and this should not be tolerated and then a disaster relief spokesman says that as many as five thousand people may be missing from last week's earthquake and tsunami that figure is significantly higher than the one thousand that officials the nestle estimates they buried beneath the rubble to tepco poem a new question how also announced that's the search for victims will end on thursday at this point they'll be listed as missing presumed dead and to tell us has more from ballarat than it. it is a big increase in the government's official estimate of how many remain missing they put this they could together by talking to community leaders and village
leaders about how many people they think are still unaccounted for in two big areas of the city and here in ballarat now there could be some double counting going on or it could be that people escaped moved to other parts of the ways and didn't tell anybody where they go and so we should add those have yet nevertheless for the government to be saying five thousand people may remain missing well that would push this death if the number were confirmed to be dead not just missing to triple what we think it is at the moment the government has said that this area of the city will be turned into a forest park people will not return to live here will be a memorial park essentially they said as well that they will significantly wind down the search for bodies from august eleventh because after about two weeks bodies of the composed to the point where they can't be recognized anyway and they are better frankly leaving them in the ground thankfully in their graves the government also revealed that they knew all the local government here and you back in twenty twelve that this part of the city was subject to vulnerable to
liquefaction in that they got quite and that's exactly what happened here the ground essentially turned into liquid given the pressures on the ground swallowed everything on top of it will be a lot of questions. actually of states has been in north korea for more deep talks as my pump has forced it and this yeah the second round of talks the leader kim jong un is aimed at setting up a second summit with donald trump. but cavanaugh president supreme court choice has been sworn in after a contentious senate vote since the spent more than thirty hours giving their final testimonies for and against the nominee accused of sexual assault as mike hanna reports from washington d.c. cavanagh's appointment cements a conservative five four majority in the court perhaps decades. britta kavanagh has been sworn in as a supreme court justice off to successfully going through the nomination process the clerk will call the roll xander but earlier the focus was interrupted
repeatedly by shouts from the public gallery sergeant in arms will restore order in the gallery and indication of the deep division within and without the senate chamber. for cavanaugh's and tire performance after debate that lasted through the night only one democrat voted in favor one republican opposed nomination a vote to confirm judge kavanaugh today is a vote worry dark chapter and the threat of history and turn the page toward a brighter tomorrow the confirmation passed by a narrow to vote much in the nomination of brit m. cavanaugh of maryland to be an associate justice of the supreme court of the united states is confirmed i i i i throughout the day protesters gathered outside the supreme court the vast majority deeply opposed to
the appointment of brett kavanaugh and fearful of the impact he will have on the court the supreme court is critical to our democracy they make choices that impact our lives our futures and our children's eyes we are not going to sit here and just lie down and let this confirmation get us down we're going to get right back up keep fighting and get that change that we want even if it's not president trump though saw a different picture of the gathering the street before the vote was taken women for kavanaugh and many others who support the very good man are gathering all over capitol hill it's a beautiful thing to see he continues and they are not paid professional protesters who are handed expensive signs big day for america this bitter nomination process could have a major impact on the midterm elections to take place next month an opportunity for democrats to call back a majority in both the house and the senate.