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he had. regarded as one of the most influential fashion designers of the twentieth century . in a new exhibition. this is the outfit that sparked a fashion revolution simple and yet in one nine hundred forty seven so different in one show christian dior swept away boxy austere dresses and designed a bold new covey look for the worn women of europe. this vast exhibition in london celebrates that moment and the themes that have defined his house of dior ever since in every stitch there is passion from the bull worn by princess margaret
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had twenty first birthday to this dress embellished with gold celebrities and royalty clamored for his creations but ten years after his first show dior died suddenly making his legacy all the more impressive he had such an impact in those ten years is that the name of christie into your was sort of known throughout the world as a leader a fashion and so. you know the six successive artistic directors at the house of dior sort of maintaining the relevance of to your by reinterpreting and reimagining the codes of the house to modern and contemporary audiences. the exhibition weaves together the work of those artistic directors including young frankel ferry and raf simmons. but it is the work of john galliano that really shouts drama and excess. a key theme for dior is flowers which spring up
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everywhere from embroidery to gallons overflowing with petals a theme embraced by currently creative mary. with her fairy tale creations some five hundred objects are here illustrations accessories miniatures and perth and the meticulous process of is revealed in this room where each creation is first tested in its purest form. each of these pieces is a work of art built to last by crossman who are appreciated and. a far cry from the fashion industry today most clothes maint and disposable. right now the fashion industry is under pressure to improve its sustainability credentials it could learn much from looking back to the past. time you spoke with peter. thank you very much qatar have stunned the football by winning the asian cup for
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the first time be japan three one in the final to cap a remarkable tournament david stokes reports was this is as big as football gets in asia cattle were going for their first major trophy but standing in their way with a full time champions japan forty three places above them in the world rankings they may have been underdogs but qatar struck the first blow and a spectacular one two was i was. had eight goals in the tournament already but number nine was his best yet the twenty two year old with an overhead kick breaking the competition's goal scoring record set back in one thousand nine hundred ninety six but a similar thirty thousand as a fantastic start for qatar and soon it got even better was another stunning goal this time from abdel-aziz had term they were to know up at
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half time he would have just seen two things started to go against them after the break though first they lost two eleven hookey to a nasty looking head injury and then for the first time in the competition they finally conceded a goal to cooney mina mino giving japan hope and it promised to be a nervous finish. that was until an intervention from the referee and v.a.r. japan were judged to have one pulled in the area which gave qatar a penalty and akram a faith a chance to win it for his country if you think you know i was. they held on through five minutes about a time and then the championship was theirs nineteen goals and just one conceded their improbable run to glory was complete was a look you know was its perfect preparation as qatar prepares to host the world cup in. three years' time david stokes al-jazeera. to they.
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we make history we make history for our country so we need to be very proud. about our achievement it's. another prove that with the hard work and commitment and working as a team you can you can you can reach very good results and this is one step more. to continue your. developing the team. to play another common in the summer and to be ready for two thousand and twenty two to represent qatar in as a very competitive team in the world cup they were next to no qatar fans in abu dhabi for the match because of the blockade imposed by the hosts u.a.e. saudi arabia bahrain and egypt but as you can see in these pictures there were plenty of celebrations going on in carter's capital city here in doha both parts and on the roads in their cars afterwards our correspondent any richardson was
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there at the fans or near aspire cademy where many of the team develop their skills . well it's hard really so overstate the level of achievement to discuss all of gold off the game insists all of it without any real track record of success at the asian cup and yet here they are lifting the trophy having hastened for premier's champions on the way to his three one win against your own in elmore's ali with knowing goals that is not just the record is told it is a record of any talk that maybe looks a little bit late but you can see the worst signs of these are young seen on the rise even ahead of this title success vast majority of this team came through the year supply of the national academy year in cats are hugely ambitious project set up in the six thousand or so i can't call it kind of that young tyler's i mean now it's not really young players finally coming to our wishes at senior level and then you have the role of college village senators around you came to barcelona to look
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up with the b.s. mark and to be more than six thousand and six a really good players are growing up alongside the survivor scene you know which means went to the senate seat with the seniors now actually going on to corporate america south america's biggest international calling whether any advice you suggest measuring everything you don't like in argentina. along here in new green on the big snaps his team develops is a world of harvesting and playing out of the world cup finals in twenty twenty two and now i'd like to just enjoy being asian champions for the first time in that country's history. and the mention the world cup force approaching twenty twenty two households correspondingly winnings explains why asian cup success is likely to have a huge impact on that well cattle stunning victory in this tournament is not just good news for cattle it's actually good news for the asian football confederation and for why because fee for awarded this tournament to cut all twenty twenty two world cup there's been nothing but negativity and control over our side of cuts on
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the side of the middle east people looking in can. see a spotlight shifting from the tournament itself on to the fact that qatar has a competitive team that will actually be a really good factor in that world cup you don't want to be going into we're told them and as a host nation and not having attained that can conceivably get through the group stages and actually make a room mark on the page it's a refreshing change people from qatar have been so accustomed to criticism of the tournament to actually have a team to cheer and get behind and to sing the star with which they pride of course one goal conceded throughout the tournament and such style and so many goals scored in a record goal scorer in our ways ali these are things that are getting a positive photo qatar and actually will go through until the twenty two tournament the bahraini refugee football player. is due before a criminal court in bangkok on monday this comes after thailand's attorney general
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approved bahrain's extradition request these protesters rallied on friday in australia where he's paid for twenty fourteen coequal his release. is likely to reject the request and will be detained for an extra sixty days while his lawyers build the case was arrested last year while on honeymoon the bahraini government sentenced him to ten years in jail for his alleged role in the arab spring protests twelve russian track and field athletes have been handed doping bans by the court of arbitration for sport on friday that doesn't include twenty twelve olympic high jump gold medalist even of who has been banned for four years others were handed as many as eight year bans the russian athletics federation remain suspended by the. alpine skiing legend lindsey vonn will retire from the sport after the world championships in sweden later this month the american is the all time women's leader in world cup wins she also has four world cup titles as well as an alum pick
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gold medal vonn initially planned to retire at the end of this year but persistent knee pain has put paid to those. plans will championships open on tuesday with the women's super g. while the downhill is should yield for next saturday rugby six nations tournament is up and running wales fought back from sixteen no down at half time to beat france twenty four nineteen in paris on saturday the defending champions ireland will be up against england while the english won the title in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen the irish which champions in twenty eighth winning all of their matches to achieve what is known as the grand slam no team has won back to back grand slams in the six nations i think the danger of a sluggish start as i think with england i'm on the form that they're going to be bringing the crop and they are the launch short of that if we start slow. day well we know that they will start so we have to be good on a dot is why it was important we said it right at the very start two weeks ago that
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you know we can't we have today we're just two days away from the super bowl with a new england patriots will take on the los angeles rams both teams are practicing in atlanta in preparation for sunday while the rams have won the big game once the patriots are making a habit of it with five titles much of it thanks to quarterback tom brady this is he's ninth super bowl appearance you know there's obviously a lot of games last season and it's a lot like climbing a mountain it's all like running a marathon. you have some really great moment moments of achievement when he hasn't disappointed things that happen and you've got to kind of figure out your way as you go and the goal is to reach the top and only one team really reaches the top top we're pretty close well brady you won't be happy with this baby gorilla suit she's called some deal and had the choice of eating a patriot's cake or rems cake and she went for the blue and gold colors of the rams she's only seven months old though so she could be wrong we'll soon find out. and
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that's what we have for you know coming up again later next month and that is the news hour we're back in just a couple of minutes time with the latest news and headlines right here on obviously receive them. tortured entertained in their homeland chinese weaker as our fleet but is there a safe place to go one of many as far as their perilous journey to an uncertain future. fund al-jazeera. called the muslim which is saying has now been
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held in pretrial detention for two years what is his crime. why hasn't he been tried yet why hasn't justice been applied in this case is he detained because he said charnel us as journalism become a crime have moles become a tool to silence voices of truth we will continue i news coverage with professionalism and impartiality our work will remain credible and accurate but journalism is not a crime incarcerating journalists is not acceptable we demand the immediate release of all colleagues mahmood to same and all journalists detained in a gyptian jails free mahmoud's and all his colleagues we stand for press freedom. in the next episode of science in a golden age i'll be exploring the contributions made by scholars join the medieval
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islamic period in the field of medicine. science tend to be a good subject to bring different people from all over the world together. to such a magical that the more i learn about the more. i respect science in the golden age with professor jim is. raising fears of a new arms race the u.s. says russian violations of forced it to back out of a cold war era nuclear missile pact. hello from doha everyone i'm come all santa maria and this is the world news from al-jazeera i am all. supporters of the former ivory coast
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president are run by both celebrate his release by the international criminal courts but as well as the opposition leader rejects a mediation offer from mexico and europe quiet both camps now planning mass rallies for saturday members of turkey's ruling party meet the un special rapporteur who is looking into the murder of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi. the u.s. is withdrawing from a decade's old nuclear missile pact with russia sparking fears of a new arms race trumpet ministrations accused moscow of violating the intermediate nuclear forces orion f treaty russia rejects those accusations with more now from washington. suspension of the historic treaty that has been a cornerstone of european security for decades for years russia has violated the
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terms of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty without remorse the united states will therefore suspend its obligations under the n f treaty effective february second. the white house maintains the u.s. has adhere to the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty while russia has not in that time it accuses russia of covertly developing and fielding a prohibited missile system that poses a threat to european allies u.s. forces stationed there the u.s. did not give specific examples of violations russia has consistently denied it's breaking the agreement but u.s. secretary of state says that russia is in violation what's your response we're not going to approach this many times but they don't want to listen the agreement was signed during the cold war by u.s. president ronald reagan and russia's mikhail gorbachev in one nine hundred eighty seven when most agree it's not perfect it did halted escalating arms race between
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the two superpowers us president donald trump has long been a critic of the treaty. but on friday he suggested it might be time to negotiate a new one less thing to do and here we should be the only one i hope that we're able to get everybody in a very big and beautiful room and do a new treaty that would be much better still there's concern the u.s. did not exhaust its diplomatic options and is trump pressures north korea to give up its nuclear arsenal many question why he would relax any missile restrictions on russia it actually opens the door for russia to deploy more of these missiles and opens the door for a new european missile race some analysts have speculated the trumpet ministration isn't just worried about russia. china is not bound by the treaty there is criticism it's been gaining military advantage deploying large numbers of missiles
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with ranges beyond the current limits there are now just six months for the agreement to be saved the united states is russian must destroy equipment in violation of the agreement or will move ahead with a response designed to deny what the united states perceives to be russia's military advantage can really help at al-jazeera the white house last hour we spoke to tony jenkins who worked on weapons of mass destruction issues for the u.s. state department she told us the trumpet ministration had other options than to tear up the steel but i think there is a concern about russia's missiles there's been television that indicates that the missiles do in fact have a range just beyond what's allowed under the i.n.f. treaty and that there's a chance they have actual plane done some testing with them so there is a concern about a concern about what russia is doing however there are some diplomatic efforts that
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you know they could have done more to actually try to resolve the issue on the other hand you know it is another case obviously of the u.s. withdrawal from retreat that really is very very important in terms of what it's been able to do and what it can prevent in terms of our control so it can also deftly be seen as another case where the u.s. sees an agreement that it doesn't like and rather taking the time to really exhaust diplomatic efforts it decides which europe. we move to other news in the form of ivory coast president the run by go has been released by the international criminal court he and his ally and former youth minister childs play good were acquitted last month that decision is being appealed by prosecutors they've been accused of crimes against humanity including initiating a wave of violence following disputed election twenty ten. the german supporters were dancing and chanting outside the courts they say by boat is innocent they hope he will one day even return to ivory coast's.
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ok thank you sharon because the fact that i was. looking at the time that i am a christian. the fact that we have free the thoughts of mt shasta now is the deputy director of the foundation which promotes the international criminal justice system he says barbro actually still faces jail time on other charges the acquittal itself may not have that significant of going to act what would have a very significant the fact is of course if your own bible returns to i recall those and in particular if you re enters the politico arena that it's quite likely but it's actually unclear it's quite likely that he would enter the political arena if he returned but it's unclear whether he would actually return to the ivory coast at this at this point one thing of note is that despite the fact that the i.c.c.
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acquitted well there is still an arrest warrant that was issued and i read caused an international arrest warrant issued for him for the misappropriation of funds and should he be convicted for charges that arrest warrant speaks to he could face up to twenty years in prison. it has been six months now since the start of the latest ebola outbreak in democratic republic of congo and the world health organization says more than one hundred sixty people have been killed in the worst outbreak in the country's history this report from priyanka gupta. the mundane task of scrapping shoes takes on a whole new meaning in the democratic republic of congo it's part of who team that keeps these health workers on the frontline of the world's second largest. safe from infection. the latest outbreak here has killed hundreds of people in the last
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six months eighteen year old. survives but conceive unborn baby she's grateful for a second chance at life wasn't but when i was at the a ball the treatments into many friends came to see me and that gave me confidence that i will be fine despite my mother crying when she saw me other people were afraid of me the doctor said that he could save me all the child i think the doctors for helping me survive the virus was first reported in the small town of mangino in the north keevil region last year in just six months it spread to some of the most densely populated areas making it difficult for health workers to predict his reach. and there are fears that the virus may be inching closer to goa a city of over a million people along the heavily traveled border with rwanda reaching the affected areas means treading across an active conflict zone there are more than one hundred armed groups active in north kivu the epicenter of the latest operate.
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health workers and civilians and were hit areas have come under repeated attacks bearable fighting people are centers for vandalised in the run up to december's presidential election but there would have organization says there is some room for optimism we vaccinate. sixty six thousand people with targeted ring vaccination and you know new vaccine in the field for the for the first time in a situation like this and we have literally hundreds and hundreds of staff in the field doing this work so we believe that we've managed to contain the disease in the areas concerned we've also worked very closely with the fork in the surrounding countries in neighboring south sudan health workers have started getting the first shots of the border vaccine screening facilities have been set up a level of trees have been opened to stop the disease from spreading across the border maximum preparedness for disease that's both dangerous and unpredictable but
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it's what they need to prevent a repeat of the twenty fourteen ebola epidemic in west africa with the same strain of virus it's going to eleven thousand people. are to center. venezuela's opposition leader has rejected an offer from mexico and you're required to mediate talks with president nicolas maduro on whether he's declared himself interim president says the negotiations won't be neutral he is backed by several latin american and western countries and is seeking support from majoris allies russia and china the governments also trying to stay solvent by selling its gold reserves and amorality investment or three tons from the central bank on january twenty. first before the u.s. warned against dealing in venezuela goals washington's also ramping up pressure on president maduro to step down speaking to exile venezuelans vice president mike pence said it's time to end what he called majorities dictatorship you also want it warned that all options are on the table to deal with venezuela's crisis and to be
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clear the struggle in venezuela is between dictatorship and democracy and freedom has the moment nicolas maduro is a dictator with no legitimate claim to power and nicolas maduro must go but those looking on should know this. all options are on the table. before. and nicolas maduro would do well not to test the resolve of the united states. mike pence speaking there in florida which is of course a close they contested swing state in u.s. presidential elections but the large number of venezuelan american voters and florida's republican senator marco rubio has been at the forefront of the trumpet ministrations response to the ongoing crisis shihab it returns he takes a look now at how the u.s. is shaping its hawkish policy on that as well or. at
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a rally on friday republican florida senator marco rubio was emphatic my little still has time to leave where it's up to him but that window will close that time will pass and then it will be too late rubio has helped shape the trump administration's venezuelan policy reportedly speaking to the president at least once a month on the issue since shortly after his inauguration florida's venezuelan emigre community house forcefully lobbied for regime change the ferocity it displays with the overthrow of nicolas maduro has seemingly replaced that one shown by florida's cuban american population for u.s. intervention in its homeland younger cuban floridians are against confrontation with iran or the venice.


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