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the more difficult it has become for iraqis to work in the countryside nearby there i saw in the desert around here it's terrible that i kidnap innocent people the government and the army need to thoroughly search this area because i still are still hiding here the people here have suffered so much on their i solo already. the head of iraq's intelligence says regrouping and recruiting mainly in the rural areas of north and west in iraq they want controlled u.s. military intelligence believes the territorial battle against eisel across syria and iraq has been won but the small groups of fighters and sympathizers across this region will go on. mosul. u.s. president set to meet the chinese vice premier friday as part of efforts to end a seven month trade war leading high level talks in washington to end the standoff that tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of goods negotiators is a drawing up six agreements on issues including cyber theft agriculture and
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currency manipulation she had written she has more from washington. with very rosy reports of enormous progress made memorandum of understanding being hashed out on the many contentious issues between the u.s. and china with trying to also proposing to buy hundreds of billions of dollars worth of extra goods from the u.s. to reduce the trade deficit this was a framework that was being built which could actually avert a full scale trade war but then by the end of the day there was a new york times report suggesting no things were very that the u.s. negotiator wasn't really buying chinese promises he didn't feel that there was enough oversight over them keeping their promises and things weren't going terribly well perhaps background briefings were underway from different factions between the u.s. government and we're all being caught in the middle what we do know is they'll be another day of negotiation on friday including an oval office meeting it's being
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reported between donald trump and the chinese vice premier. the weather is next but still ahead. a region on what's triggering fears of. kashmir. as a way. and there will be sings and wintery weather across parts of the u.s. recently and we've also seen a fair amount of snow in vegas it's not that common to see rain here let alone snow that was all thanks to one system that's been making its way in from the pacific but we will say be much in this system here that will does a lot of icy conditions lots of snow freezing rain and a fair amount of what weather to so that area of rain is still dragging its feet
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over the southern states as we head through the day on friday so the still the risk of seeing a bit of flooding here and if the temperatures rise any snow that we did see is quickly melting so that will add to the problems with flooding so lots more in the way of town of rain then as we head through the day on saturday and we'll say see another area of clouds and snow make its way across the northern plains so generally speaking still very mobile across north america at the moment plenty more wet weather to come there for the two with the south a lot of dry where they hear back from the uk a temp an inch there down through nicaragua there's a chance of seeing a fair few showers on friday but it's like there will be less of them though as we head into saturday before this was the south and here there's been some very lively shadows particularly over parts of brazil some of these very very heavy we're also watching more rain work its way north woods across that one as ari's it'll be cooler behind that system.
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at the time it was the worst environmental disaster in brazil to history but there was also a tragic four page to follow. people on our bus to get warnings that. i'm good disturbing between makers and the mining industry that. you know i'm trying to . brazil. and i again i missed. a reminder of the news this hour that israel has closed its border with brazil as president nicolas maduro steps up attempts to stop u.s.
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aid from coming in a position that volunteers are trying to get the fest and every day. the u.s. has confirmed two hundred troops will remain in syria after the majority of them in december president donald trump announced the withdrawal surprising u.s. allies. u.s. president donald trump is set to meet china's vice premier on friday. to end a seven month trade war is needing talks in washington to end the standoff that seen tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of goods. the nature of the roman catholic church says concrete measures are needed to fight the sexual abuse of children by priests pope francis has opened a historic by saying it's time to heal the wounds caused by pedophilia challenge reports the vatican now acknowledges that catholicism has an existential crisis it's described this sexual abuse meeting as an attempt to restore the very
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credibility of the church opening the unprecedented event on thursday pope francis said action was necessary. basing the plague of sexual abuse by the churches many against minors i thought to consult you because all together to hear the holy spirit and listen to the cry of the young justice the way to pass through an ecclesiastic responsibility which forces us to discuss this together is a burden on our meeting how to face this evil which afflicts the church and the whole of humanity the holy people of god are watching us and wait not just for simple and expected conviction but concrete and effective measures. senior clergy have been summoned to the vatican from all over the world francis wants bishops and cardinals to understand that sexual abuse by priests is a scandal that they all have a responsibility to stop for a lot of years the first. to avoid the scandal of the good of
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the church now. is not going to happen. something is changing it is a process that needs time and i told about victims of abuse like canadian leona hawkins who was abused by a priest from the age of twelve reassured by what they've heard from the meeting so far as survivors were on the outside i'm concerned some of the things that i'm hearing coming out the bishop said this morning that we're looking for mercy for both the survivor and the perpetrator this focus should be. on the survivors only on the crime of clergy abuse you know what you hear they may be on the outside but survivor groups like ending clergy abuse are still trying to keep up the pressure hoping that their message is getting three the phrase they keep using here is the reason that i don't know why they wanted sex abuse to thrive and i know the priest
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was saying for those who may have been doing that to me and if you leave this rewarding thing at the vatican a lot has not produced morris and the people here won't be satisfied that the catholic church here is really facing up to its responsibility to protect i don't always really want to challenge this how does it run. while some of the survivors of the vigil you saw there have recounted their own stories of abuse. and the trauma is too big everything takes us back to those being full moments i stopped believing in god because god would not allow this i grew up in a catholic environment i was a boy scout i served as an altar boy i was an entertainer during church summer camps and they took this all away now too many people are dying for this all this needs to be stopped. bangladesh has called off the rescue mission in the capital dhaka after a fire tore through several buildings in the old town at least seventy people have died and forty others are seriously injured by reports. pentad chemical
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cylinders some of what's left at the watch had mansion in dock his old city mohammed alam run a store close by the fire has changed his life and i tell him as our son died he was with me in the store just before the incident i told him to go home and have his dinner and ten minutes of the he left i heard some big noise i came out and saw a large fire off to seeing the fire i went back inside my store but i couldn't stay inside the store because there was an intense heat generated from the fire and. the area was known for its chemical warehouses and perfume factories but people there say that's not where the fire started. because there were several loud noises so i came out to see what was going on witnesses told me that a gas cylinder in a car in a wedding procession exploded then the far spread towards the why did mention second floor where perfect chemicals were stored which then ignited fire fighters
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have launched an inquiry to stablish exactly what happened. to vision and the third investigation they will find a lot of clothes just those clothes and. the reason for the five there are an estimated one thousand factories in the old part of dhaka more than eight hundred fifty of them are illegal a fire in the same area killed one hundred twenty people nine years ago since then the government has carried out raids to shut down illegal operations as recently as last month under the landowner so if i am not letting them to stop there was things here for the search for does. and of people who were trapped in the building as it . is i'm going to wait for this one ten years of friends and relatives who are inside it is an anxious one. tensions still high.
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a week after a suicide attack against indian troops their affairs online messages from. violence reports. have been reading the latest message on twitter thought to be from the army group his bill much of had seen several base and indeed in mr kashmir it's in response to last week's suicide attack claimed by another group jaish e mohammed that killed at least forty one paramilitary troops the unconfirmed message says in part the coffins of your soldiers will continue to fill the days and far when our fifteen year old children will strap explosives on their bodies and barge into your army vehicles separatist leaders and indeed in mr kashmir say armed groups are gaining because there is no negotiation over the disputed region this is also a huge issue for those that the years old twenty five years old odd becoming suicide bombers this is something which the which the world community has to look
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in that hollow generation often is being pushed by the indian state many rights advocates are not surprised young feel frustrated and never listened to them then you. have the young blood they have been trying to fire. the social media is the name of this former advisor to the indian government believes the main point behind the message put on social media by armed groups is to remind the public they're still active so sometimes they're claiming things sometimes they are they want to raise a banner. to show that they're still going strong. these messages are keeping tensions high and throughout india as there are fears there will be more violence and as armed groups speak out about last week's attack india's military is doing the same. on tuesday the head of indian forces in kashmir held a news conference throughout. all of the month of august.
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first there are some who. listen to the generals words but it's not necessarily changing their minds. as the battle for hearts and minds in kashmir goes on. continue to feel stuck in the middle of the conflict without an end in sight. al-jazeera. two sons of the mexican drug. men are facing drug conspiracy charges in the united states. and video. thought to be on the run. u.s. prosecutors say the brothers planned to distribute cocaine meth and marijuana from mexico to the u.s. their father was convicted in new york earlier this month and is facing life behind bars a judge in the u.s.
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has tyson's the gag order against president obama's former political advisor roger stone and threaten jail time if he violates it stone was in course after posting a picture on social media which appeared to show the judge in his case in the crosshairs of a gun and has more from washington d.c. . longtime associate close confidante president roger stone was back before a federal judge here in washington the reason why is he seven bell he's facing seven very serious charges he was told he could still talk about the case but just not in front of this courthouse within a few days ago he posted to instagram was a picture of the judge overseeing his case it said she was an obama appointee said it was a sham court trial but the controversial part was it seemed that there was a gun crosshair from a gun site right above her head well the judge said ok come back let's talk about whether or not you could stay out on bail and he's someone who usually took the stand it is really changed quite
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a bit of firstly to say that someone else posted it and he said he posted it didn't really look at these and looked at it a couple of options to choose from and that you continue to talk about those allegations on several media interviews after that so the judge not abused she came back and said basically change your story on the stand so here's the deal from now on you can talk about the case to anyone in the public not to radio not to print newspapers not to anyone she said. she could of but she said if you violate the terms of this you likely will. a japanese spacecraft has landed on an asteroid thought to be as old as the system there were celebrations at the exploration agency and. as the prime touchdown on the real asteroid and traveling through space three hundred forty million kilometers from us the explorer is expected to return in twenty twenty with samples of the asteroids and new bio technology advances
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on making simple things like id cards and even train tickets almost obsolete and done by inserting a microchip under your skin and thousands of swedes are now using the technology many of them started getting getting started as parties for research ports and. the most cutting edge thing about town is isn't the phone in his hand it's the microchip actually in his hand the tiny implant is the latest advance in a biohacking technology that is steadily becoming a part of normal life in sweden we have created a new implant which is not a chip it's a full device where you can different lights different. different functions suetonius a very technical and society and i think this is the main explanation really why a lot of swedes are adopting chip implants swedes haven't been shy about upgrading
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themselves with the new version thousands already have a microchip implants that they use in their daily lives waving their hand to gain entrance to the gym confirm their id or make payments for a short moment of pain not putting them off becoming part sweet part machine. this event is an implant party simply where ordinary people can show up and get a microchip embedded under their skin the biohacking movement in sweden is hosting them all over europe but it's at home where they get the most willing recipients i think it's really cool you don't have to carry too severely just a body maybe ten years everything will be new. in sweden more than anywhere else the future is already here the national train company has around two thousand six hundred people signed up to use microchips instead of train tickets. and no need to mind the generation gap eighteen year old phyllis and father magnus still bear the
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scars of their new implants. student how much her having is also freshly chipped and now just needs to program it to open doors although importantly for a future career it does already connect. some people. i don't know if it's safe. but people have been putting these chips for twenty years so i'm not worried about. the long term goal is for the new chips to help provide medical care in remote communities that are already getting under the skin of the swedes and may soon become just another normal part of modern life of the human body paul reese al-jazeera sweden.
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with the headlines on al-jazeera that israel has closed its border with brazil as president nicolas maduro steps up attempts to stop u.s. aid from coming in opposition that volunteers are trying to get the fast in every day and brazil's vice president has told al-jazeera his country well help that won't cross the line we're not going to respect the border. when. we can put supplies on the border. they can come and get it but it will work ok because. you see from. reaver it's almost a thousand kilometers and all the space in venezuela so there's not enough population there to come to brazil to to reach for poor supplies i think that the main points for jews humanitarian aid would be the ports the border. the u.s.
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has confirmed two hundred troops will remain in syria after the majority of them pull out in december president donald trump announced the withdrawal surprising u.s. allies and u.s. president ronald trump is also set to meet china's vice premier on friday as part of efforts to end a seven month trade war new her is leading talks in washington to end the standoff that seen tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of goods the head of the roman catholic church says it's time to heal the wounds caused by sexual abuse of children by priests at the start of a landmark four day meeting in vatican city point francis says concrete measures are needed to fight pedophilia the rescue missions been called off after fire tore through several buildings in bangladesh's capital dhaka at least seventy people have died and forty others have been injured two sons of mexican drug lord for kian el chapo guzman are facing drug conspiracy charges in the us their father was convicted in new york earlier this month and is facing life behind bars those are
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the headlines join me for more news here after people in power between two thousand and two thousand and seven there were nine racist murders in different parts of germany but the police were painfully slow to track down the killer. al-jazeera world reveals the truth about the deaths linked by a single weapon the involvement of the far right and the serious political to. the. case solved on al-jazeera. at the time it was the worst environment to test for in prison history in late twenty's lifting the foot down mining the disc at a state first killing nineteen people and causing widespread devastation in the off
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tomorrow he said to me on the roof of the school was quite the time to fight and if it could happen again and last month. it said that was showing her investigation can she say be true mind can go wrong one morning something. uh. this church is filled with survivors of one of the world's largest and least known mining disasters in nov twenty fifth dean the community of bend to the drinkers was one of several washed away by a tsunami of mud unleashed by
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a collapsing mining dam. nineteen people died and six thousand were displaced. eight months after the disaster we have come to meet the survivors and prosecutors who have been leading the fight for compensation. she says. he's seen. this zorn's more. of all that will go in the law outside the people of bend a good readers are getting ready to honor the saint gave the community its name we meet mary another salgado who tells us everything has changed after her journey or commonality and i are detail on a proper hello back with us and we could pass warning. for now this community in the state of minas to rise is the latest affected by
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brazil's dangerous mines an industry in dire need of reform the question is whether their fate will give rise to the much needed changes. the following day we have arranged to meet marian over again together with her daughter and her son in law is taking us to bend to rodrigo's to show us what's left of their former home stuff and proud to talk to us about other people. too good readers is now closed off and a police escort had to take us in from our email that this is a real opportunity for a visit to get a balance in the chairwoman of the engine or a good job or that these are just in time a top notch started q it is also the first time really any has returned. the most. is that i'm. going away goal.
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this one dow down collapsed around four in the afternoon when mary melbourne early on we were waiting at the bus stop. by a neighbor they ran back to my novice house i did i. not to go get they don't want to back up get. marry now the managed to alert her mother and her son just in time. less than twenty minutes after the dam broke the house was covered in mud it was going to be the people. of all yours and. millions because i mean. look at. fifty million cubic metres of muddy waste water produced by one of some markers
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iron mines had been unleashed within days several police investigations were launched eventually concluding. the company had been using mining waste to build a dam instead of rock and gravel. experts went on record to say that some arco had also failed to drain the dam as required. of the next two weeks this tsunami of much travelled six hundred fifty kilometers down the river darcy flooding two more communities and killing fish and wildlife in its wake before the atlantic ocean. police reports detail how some marco executives had commission changes to the dam against the advice of the engineer who built it and even ignored his warnings when he spotted cracks during and expect. the final recommendation was to charge the company executives with homicide a decision that some market considers mistaken. look they all played some market
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that. some of bantu people say they weren't surprised they had long been worried about some marco's failure to install a warning system or put in place an evacuation plan without these authorities should have never issued a license for the. early on in clayton have decided to visit their old home further up the hill with a mud didn't breach. come. inside the house they find a different sort of destruction. star over after they fled their place was saluted. more so from the mountains. how do you feel that you've come back now. before. the. game that out of the. village.
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today most survivors have been relocated to the nearby tourist town of marianna we have come to the offices of the local prosecutor who is negotiating their claims for compensation eleven diminishing as a result each survivor is now receiving a monthly minimum wage a family payout of eight thousand u.s. dollars per last time and free rented accommodation and there i sat with jenny harrison in today's meeting human rights prosecutor disseminate gain is collecting evidence about looting from the victim's representatives emerged from our blog yeah a little bit was going to be about. how this all relates exactly as this year so it is about these matters not usual you know part of the negotiation with the market how's that going what's the biggest obstacle.
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it is going to be as a condition of the as a board member service was great but it was a change. since the results the prosecutors have made sure that some marco's operations have remained close much to the chagrin of the company's many employees and contractors who have lost their jobs i said you were sergio of anger the director of the met a trade union is meeting us at the local unemployment office he is currently negotiating one thousand six hundred voluntary. and sees on behalf of some marco employees sergio is looking for faces that he recognizes live was the last of the road. where do you think the dow down mind should go again to the royals over there out here as you see john with groceries is not found its job yet opioid wise lot of good deals used. the next day mary now is attending
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a protest in the state capital below horizontally victims and activists are putting pressure on the state's lawmakers to introduce legislation to make mining safer for him modular the kidding. he gave us this new prosecutor said written new laws and our bow to submit them to the state assembly with a popular backing of over fifty six thousand signatures legislators will at the very least be forced to debate these new laws activists sound a siren to remind everyone that lives could have been saved had there been a warning system when the fund our down collapse. inside the whole proceedings are starting and mary melber is asked to join the dignitaries thing that is really moving thing merely you know they have their ear full as we are going to hear it is a very tedious and she who are mounted on this state environmental prosecutor carlos
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eduardo fevrier pinto makes the case for the move. my office is in the dark. i was in a storm. you know or are. you or do you. look. the prosecutor wants to make it outright illegal to use the cheap and fast construction method that some marker used to build to fund our dam he also wants to stop dams from being built within five kilometers of existing communities. where it is. and just maybe the mining companies are starting to feel the pressure some margot
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has unexpectedly agreed to an interview at its headquarters the gym on a complex everything was going to go to the indictment josie louise santiago is overseeing some markets negotiations with survivors we can speak to him on condition that i don't ask about the actual collapse of the dow or the ongoing investigation of senior executives according to some are could the real causes of the disaster remain unconfirmed and the company has commissioned its own investigation. denies that some marker is using the anger of the workers to force the authorities to reopen the mine days a public perception that the company and the directors of the company lied about the collapse of the dam what are you going to do to build trust with people we believe we are going some of this trust by demonstrate that we were able to recover and the environment in special. ways off a lot of people lost in the least and it is it possible to compensate people who've
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lost lives land and who've also suffered through huge trauma how can that be compensated for their own i mean we're never going to compensate the loss of life from that so we really feel sorry for him and i understand that. but as far as the . sort of elaine and all the sayings here that are we walking towards some sort of recover some sort of compensation or we want to repair as much as we can where we cannot repair them we talk about compensation that's the principle we apply. the fact is before the collapse of some mark who was regarded as an industry leader in the field of corporate responsibility. according to official data from twenty fourteen one.


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