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with absolute certainty that there is not a better deal available and my friend o.b.d. . my fellow leaders were very clear on that themselves yesterday our duty as a parliament over these coming weeks is to examine this deal in detail to debate it respectfully to listen to our constituents and decide what is in our national interest but the parliamentary arithmetic is against the opponents. is it not in the national interest for the prime minister the plow on when it's clear this deal does not have the support of either side of this house or the country as a whole. the trust you know inside downing street is for the prime minister to go over the heads of m.p.'s and speak directly to the electorate to say that her own separate station the breck sits and then so mass immigration while keeping the wheels of in the streets earning is the best that people can hope for it could be said it is the closest approximation to why
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a small majority of people voted leave in the referendum but opinion is against her and time is running else barnsley al-jazeera westminster in london one hundred forty five whales have died after being stranded on a remote beach in southern new zealand a hiker discovered the pilot whales on stewart island seventy five world where the dead the others were put to sleep by vets because of their poor health. nasa's a mars lander inside has touched down safely on the surface of the red planet scientists at the jet propulsion propulsion lab in the us watched carefully as a spacecraft arrived on the surface of mars mars after its six month journey from earth well over the next twenty four months it will probe the planet's crust mantle core and seismic activity scientists so to understand how mars was formed and by extension the origins of earth and other rocky planets masses last mars landing was
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in the curiosity rover back in twenty twelve insights makes its eighth successful landing in the past four decades with only one failed attempt was face journalists an astrophysicist sarika of us joins us now over skype from luxembourg thank you so much for joining us here on al-jazeera so what is so special about this particular mission to mars. well thank you for having me i think what's so special about this mission is we just a shame we know so much about space we live in a space age humans living and working. in the international space station but actually we know so little a recall when it comes to the best planet models we send spacecraft that are actually even though america and nasa are about quite a good success rate traditionally around home for those spacecraft reaction trying to land on the surface right now so this mission is the first time going to do something we've never done before it's just stick with saw a last of the atmosphere it's actually going to look into the internal structure of
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the red planet and try and understand more about it because the earth cooled at the same time you can think of mars as a capsule because of it's a time capsule even because of its unique size and we don't know why miles and a so different that rocky planets that's a marriage just and says to his son but mars had a very different picture or history to earth we want to learn more about the internal structure of models why it's so different how it came to form and in turn that will help us to understand more about how other rocky well such as our own planet and the other occupants are in all solar system kemp to form but also rocky planets beyond our solar systems we know that for every star you see when you look at the night sky there's pretty much at least one planet orbiting around it so how did those rocky planets form so really all this information is another piece in that jigsaw puzzle of how we came to be a how the planets came to bait and really outsing fundamental questions about whether life elsewhere exists and was destiny is there is that next step your jigsaw puzzle you know understanding more about in the best around us and it's not
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just about models i mean let's say it's the next step in a jigsaw puzzle and obviously i guess we don't know what we are going to find but what would you be interested in in looking for what do you think what do you think of the discoveries that would make a massive difference. well all of us stay with us who want to a's and coke loose of evidence that like maybe existed on mars that we can't just go and say because he has a great quote which really sums up signs and the universe is not only as strange as we can imagine it strange it than we can imagine so it's going to be a discovery which we couldn't even imagine result in the failure of imagination and science which led us to new things but when it comes to miles it will be about learning whether it could have supported not in the past that will be one of the most into mental and discoveries we could have will not plan it will be interesting to see what the results all of this and measure mission hope to speak to you again then when we do know for the moment space journalist and ask a physicist. thank you thank you. still to come on the program our
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beloved korean sport makes it on a coveted world heritage list the details coming up in sports. business updates brought to you by qatar airways going places together.
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business updates brought to you by qatar airways going places together. the film world is in mourning over the loss of an italian master but not the best she has the visuals and provocative story lines are in terms cinemas highest accolades has died in rome at the age of seventy seven soni the jaeger looks back on his life. from his
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directorial debut at age twenty one in the grim reaper the. club. to his final cinematic offering in me and. cheese bold vision created drama that captivated the audience is the world over his commercial successes won him a star on hollywood's walk of fame lauded as a luminary of european cinema. who created dazzling complex worlds. such as the last emperor a biopic of the chinese and propos ye the first western feature fields again commissioned to shoot a beijing split in the city it won him nine academy awards in one nine hundred eighty eight zero. while he worked with a list american and international stars but she was loosely protective of his own
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filmmaking style he railed against what he said was the pressure of the u.s. film industry and drove his critical successes but also fell foul of film senses for his more sexually provocative work. most famously the last time go in paris starring marlon brando and maria schneider the controversy from one nine hundred seventy two was reignited two years ago when it was revealed that schneider was not prepared for the film's notorious rape scene it left schneider traumatized a year is and was a precursor to the me two campaign that has since marred hollywood but he's films were awash with his own psychoanalytical experiences a director whose first love was poetry the cannes film festival paid tribute to him calling him a giant of italian filmmaking part of the pantheon of cinematic greats. ok
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is time to get all the latest sports go here is far. barbara thank you so much south american football officials will meet on choose day to decide when or even if the second leg of the copa liberty doris final can take place a game between argentinian teams river plate and boca juniors was postponed for a second time on sunday the return leg was originally sat for kickoff plates ground on saturday but was delayed after an attack on the book a team bus. every plate fan has been arrested after she tried to get pyrotechnics into the stadium on sunday the only thing issues to child to do it this viral video shows her attempting to smuggle of players into the venue by taping them to a child's torso minors johnny boy searches to enter stadiums but the popularity of the video is what landed the woman behind bars. england's cricketers held off a determined fight backed by sri lanka to win their test series three nil chasing
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a target of three hundred twenty seven in colombo sri lanka were moving towards an unlikely victory before jack leach intervened with this run outs a direct hit dismissing culson mendis for six leagues also took four wickets as sri lanka were bowled out for two hundred eighty four england winning this third test by forty two rounds it's the first time they've won every test in the series in truck. really the way it was going towards the back and that stuff is really it's been a thoroughly enjoyable trip from start to finish the way that the groups approached in general we've done things differently we've said that we want to play in a certain manner but everyone's boy into that and without that we will never will be sat here so you know. from from start to finish we plan very well and you're a rember this crash from last week when a seventeen year old driver spad or collation at the macau formula three race in china germany sophie of the rash was heading into
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a tight corner before losing control and going airborne the teenager was taken to hospital with a spinal fractures she has since had surgery and is now speaking about the crash for the first time. well i think the video says all. it was my first big crush and it took me some while to get over it but i'm over it now and i think now a new chapter starts. as i said it was about crush the rebel i'm really very good still. i'm still here was. racing and chasing my dream the sport of wrestling may not be everyone's idea of culture but after a few thousand years korea's traditional version of grappling has made it onto a coveted un heritage list. explains from south korea. sued him or korean traditional wrestling is a fading sport in south korea until some twenty years ago it was the nation's most
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popular televised sport. champions were awarded golden ox trophies and a ticket to nationwide stardom but this year's largest student tournament had to be pushed back by a day just a week before the event as a sports national association could not secure a live broadcast lot with the country's public broadcaster for the finale despite dwindling interest at home unesco has put shoot him on the intangible cultural heritage list based on its two thousand year history and how the sport lives on to this day north and south korea submitted separate beds to have the sport recognised but following a year of unprecedented harmonious relations unesco pushed for them to be combined there is hope among the sports athletes that suit him could play a part in bringing the two sides even closer she. is
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a context board so if we compete with north korean athletes skin to skin i think it will help get the two careers talking even more the main rule of saddam is simple if any part of your opponent's body above the knee touches the ground you when you start by holding onto your opponent's had a fabric belt and band in as goes listing may help rebuild sit in his popularity the sport has been dying out in recent years are the only two professional teams are maiming many teams lost their funding when sponsors pulled out after the one thousand nine hundred seven financial crisis an estimated two to three thousand students below the age of eighteen are preparing to become south korea's next generation see them wrestlers. still the traditional folk sport is losing its place in the hearts of the younger audience at home. olympics if the two koreas get to jointly host the summer olympics on twenty thirty two then we can try to include sort of as a demonstration sport at the games we are working on making that happen north and
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south korea may have been divided for the last six decades but inside the sand they speak the same language of seed i'm using al-jazeera and south korea. ok and that is all yours for now it's now back to barbara and i. thank you so much for that and that is it for this news hour on where you can get more never seen that we've been covering on the on our web site al jazeera dot com and of course i'm going to be back in just a few minutes with more of the day's news i hope you'll join me then by.
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heart. we understand the differences and the similarities of cultures across the world. so no matter where you call home al-jazeera will bring in the news and current affairs that matter to you. al-jazeera over a hundred years ago britain and france made a secret deal to divide the middle east between them now we can drama in the second
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episode we explore the lasting effects of this agreement if there is a original set to sites because it's at those borders were drawn without consulting the people who have to live with the. sites people lines in the sand on on jersey. al-jazeera. swept every. the u.s. secretaries of state and defense are to brief the senate on saudi arabia on wednesday it comes as turkish police combed through two villages south of istanbul searching
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for the remains of jamal khashoggi. hello i'm barbara sorry you're watching our jazeera live from london also coming up on the program ukraine declares martial law for thirty days after russia sees us three ships in an altar cation off the crimean coast the united arab emirates frees a british academic sentenced to life in jail but insists he was a spy. we begin the show with breaking news on the murder of saudi journalist u.s. secretary of state mike pump aoe and the fence secretary jim mattis will both brief the u.s. senate on wednesday on the latest developments related to saudi arabia it comes amid growing concern from both republican and democrat senators over president
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obama from financial ties to riyadh as well as a strong backing for the saudi crown prince mohammed bin solomon or mike hanna joins us live now from washington d.c. so this news breaking literally in the past hour mike about the u.s. secretary of state and the u.s. secretary of defense a dressing the senate war do we know about this. well the statement came from the senior senator on the intelligence committee john corben who said that the secretary of defense and secretary of state would be briefing the senate on wednesday but there's still a couple of unanswered questions here it's not clear whether they will brief the senate as a whole or just the intelligence committee of the senate it's also not clear why the cia director's not doing the briefing a number of senators over the weekend had said that they want to hear from the director of the cia in order to decide whether or not to exercise sanctions against
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saudi arabia and the crown prince had been solomon in particular now that is a possibility given that it's the secretary of state and the secretary of defense that this may not necessarily be a briefing about the murder of sochi more a statement as to why sanction should not be imposed against the crown prince or saudi arabia the reason i say this in recent days both my pump aoe and james mattis have been adamant that they need to carry on negotiations they need to retain a relationship with saudi arabia matters doing it from a military perspective saying that the war in yemen can only be addressed in consultation and through saudi arabia might pompei are saying repeating what the president trump said essentially that the economic relationship with saudi arabia really critical to the united states so this is a possibility that this may be the subject of the briefing rather than details about the murder of so mike as you mentioned both matthew simple pale very much on
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the same page as donald trump when it comes to keeping ties to saudi arabia but of course it's not all up to trump it's not all up to the administration is it. that's correct congress does have a lot of power in this particular point we've heard from a number of senators in particular over the weekend that they are looking at imposing sanctions against saudi arabia there is already a bill has been laid in the senate which also provides for sanctions against saudi arabia various sanctions but senior senator lindsey graham also went a bit further he's not just looking at the question of sanctions against saudi arabia he's looking at sanction against the crown prince in particular he says that should it come to be accountability be established in the briefing by the director of the cia or another member of the administration then he will press for legislation in the senate and in the house. arguing against what he
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calls the erratic behavior of the crown prince not just looking at the murder of jamal khashoggi but also the conduct of the war in yemen and senator graham says as well what he calls the blockade of qatar with no consultation so he's looking at a wide ranging set of measures against the crown prince in particular should accountability be established through intelligence briefings by county with the latest on that breaking news story from washington d.c. mike thank you well meanwhile turkish police investigating an charges murder have been searching two villas one hundred kilometers southeast of all the journalists remains have still not been found almost two months after he was killed inside the saudi consulate tony berkeley reports from the search site in yellow. the search centered on a large villa near the town of yellow over an hour's drive south of istanbul the
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forty strong team including police with sniffer dogs security forces and forensic investigators spent all monday at the villa which is said to be owned by a rich saudi businessman turkish media reported that he has links to crown prince mohammed bin sandman portraits of the saudi king and crown prince could be seen hanging in the hallway. turkish investigators were acting on phone records of calls made from the saudi consulate in istanbul before jamal khashoggi was murdered one is said to have been made to the villa by a saudi national he's been named as left tenant colonel mansoor othman abu hussein who was a member of the so-called hit squad which carried out the killing it's thought that colonel abu hussein is in the saudi civil defense force and to serve the crown prince the turkish prosecutor has issued a statement saying the call was made a day before the killing and it was to discuss either how to hide or destroy this because saudis body. the search included the surrounding area and
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a neighboring villa which is also owned by a saudi national neither of the owners was present fire services drained two wells before the forensic team took away samples. the two main theories about what happened to mr because saudis body either it was dismembered and dissolved in acid in the consulate or his remains were taken away in black suitcases purchased by saudi officials on the morning of the murder they were then either disposed of in turkey or flown to saudi arabia under diplomatic privilege only the killers know the answer and they are in saudi arabia if this search fails to produce any significant evidence about the whereabouts of mystical saudis body it's difficult to see where this investigation goes from here without meaningful saudi cooperation which for some reason it still refusing to give. him i think you are it's in the queue much saudi authorities are investigating with the perpetrators of the crime
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and they must hundred more over to us so that we can investigate them ourselves and know who the local collaborators or collaborators are and who gave the orders to carry out the crimes since all these questions are still unanswered calls from around the world and international organizations are getting louder to open an international investigation into this crime that saudi arabia. mohamed bin salman though i'm moving on doing business and seeing friends the crown prince the man thought by turkish and u.s. security services to be in the want to order the killing is in egypt is his first foreign trip since the murder of jamal khashoggi and the question being asked is if he wasn't the architect of this killing then why is he not finding out who was. out zero yell over turkey. ukraine's parliament has backed president petro poroshenko decision to impose
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martial law for thirty days following a flare up of tensions with russia on sunday russian forces seized the three ukrainian boats and the black sea leading to fears of open conflict between the countries russia says ukrainian naval ships ignored warning shots while the incident took place in the cash straight on important shipping channel for ukraine it's close to the disputed region of crimea which was an expiring troops four years ago a two thousand and three treaty between moscow and kiev guarantees the current strait and the sea of as of as shared the territorial waters well under simmonds has more now from the ukrainian capital kiev. this crisis continues to escalate with ukraine now establishing martial law it's been voted in by parliament two hundred seventy six members majority there over three hundred thirty who were present for that photo a trip are shanker the president had to reassure ukraine in that he wasn't being
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politically motivated which a lot of people suspected he was in bringing in this martial law ahead of president elections that a chew in march next year are a lot of people concerned about whether or not freedom of speech and political campaigning which will be restricted to that thirty day period would be a bad thing he reassured everyone that this was not a declaration of war it was something that was essential for defense of the country at a time of russian aggression and that message has been going out loud and clear across the world with condemnation from every corner it would seem so threatening russia saying it had to release other sailors that had been detained immediately and also give back to the sri boats it's taken in in support now what will happen to these men will they be charged that could be and also what will happen to the injured six
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according to ukraine six saying those injured three so the russians and also russia it repeating its assertion its claim that the ukraine was being politically motivated would provoke a tive in going along the street or a. russian territorial waters which is disputed hotly by ukraine ukraine also insisting that the russians opened fire when the ukrainian boats were trying to retreat so this crisis isn't going away at school in any shape or form. well the crisis has been the subject of an emergency session of the united nations security council the meeting was called by both ukraine and russia u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley called moscow's actions arrogant while russia put the blame firmly on ukraine we strongly support ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity within
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its internationally recognized borders extending to its territorial waters we express our deep concern over the incident which represent a dangerous escalation and violation of international law. this banditry must because and the international community is bound to understand what ukraine is doing ok if it's doing we would be partners in the security council not to shoulder responsibility for the dangerous conduct of the ukrainian authorities a british student accused of spying in the united arab emirates has been granted a pardon and is on his way home that's according to our voices photographer matthew had just was researching his ph d. when he was arrested in may last week he was sentenced to life imprisonment a surprise verdict which threatened to create a serious diplomatic rift between the u.a.e. and the u.k. paul brennan has the story seven months.


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