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and ending fighting with armed groups in the one nine hundred ninety s. which killed tens of thousands but he's now eighty two and his health has been poor especially since suffering a stroke six years ago his critics say he's become little more than a front man for business and military figures who his opponents say really run the country. falling oil prices badly hit algeria's economy jobs particularly for young people are scarce after four terms of a beautifully presidency someone all jittery and taking their protests online. you want to be free. we need to get. into the we'll be just one in form of known in my life one president beautifully i want change immediate change it's tough for you. to try to calm demonstrations both of flicka says he won't seek a fifth time next month's presidential election has been cancelled but no you
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didn't has been set former interior minister noted in but we has been appointed as the new prime minister and plans to head a technocrat government should. we have seen all parts of algerian society i assure you wants to get in we are already determined and our desire is strong and our doors are open to discuss and exchange visions of the good it like a government says it will heed the protesters demands but demonstrators say that we is a beautiful ally and the political system has been manipulated to allow the president and his backers to stay in power one step forward would be to reveal now who is. one of the persons who have been removed from his into arised i mean this is brother still running the show. are the security people serving this show or the new prime minister really a person who has authority. was the protesters fear the government is saying it
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will listen but nothing would change. roboticist al-jazeera. so i have for you on the program eight years on we take a look at west syria's war now stands and what the future might hold for those still suffering and toxic chemicals down to until river insall in malaysia have caused thousands of villages to seek treatment. well after the bit of a shocker the windy and for some quite cold with the diary dance for your efforts to some degree still there there's a warming trend on the way clearly it's not going to be immediate nor for everybody is a massive cloud sitting over the middle of germany and touching france as well in fact this is going to be a wet picture on saturday for germany the low countries for the british isles
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dollars when is it was and there underneath it's rather modeled it was to fifty in paris for example twenty three there in madrid shows what it can be this time the now down to the southeast corner only nine and anchor of bucharest and athens have picked up as a climb the rain dispersed for sunday so will the temperatures not true for most of austria too not much change really for a good part of france germany change the wind direction maybe the coolest feeling in the may or may not have rain but it's never going to be far away so most of the action is in northern europe which means along with portugal and spain you can enjoy the warms in morocco algeria and tunisia temperatures low twenty's that have a cold start well in relative terms anyway for the eastern side of libya and evening kollywood twenty just go to the coast it will be rather cloudy and gray but that too improves by tommy get to sunday.
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the government you support are believed to have detained maybe a million people in reeducation camps certainly not grabbing headlines in china only in the wild kingdoms of the people's republic this probably not best just to dismiss everything as propaganda to use propaganda because you are abrasive aggressive way of addressing it maybe has some challenges chinese finance yet charles you you wrote something critical of president cio but i said this would not be regarded well by the western press popped up head to head on al-jazeera. welcome back just a quick look at top stories forty nine people have been killed in an attack on two
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mosques in the new zealand city of christchurch a man in his late twenty's has been charged with murder and will appear in court in the coming hours ship at the mosques well from several muslim majority countries and the attack has drawn widespread criticism including in turkey where thousands took to the streets to protest the killings. and for the fourth consecutive friday thousands of protesters have gathered in algeria demanding regime change and for the immediate departure of president abdul aziz beautifully. in other news weekly protests along the gaza israel fence have been perspire hours after israeli airstrikes hit the besieged strip it's the first time since the weekend demonstrations began last march that they are not going ahead the israeli military says some one hundred hamas targets was struck early on friday earlier today rockets were fired on the israeli city of tel aviv the armed group hamas which dominates gaza insisted it was not behind the rocket fire the exchange of fire is
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raising fears all the escalation of the conflict as a force that now reports. well through the course of friday it's become pretty clear that both sides are looking for a way out of a further escalation to the situation that began with these two rockets being fired a very unusually from gaza towards television the first time since two thousand and fourteen that that has happened and then the substantial retaliatory strike coming from the israeli military one hundred how muscling targets struck around the gaza strip but both sides of send signals that they're looking for a way out how mass has called off for the first time in nearly a year the great march of return protests which are taking place every friday by the fence inside gaza territory the separation fence between israel and gaza and that seems to be some kind of a signal towards the israelis that they want to see this deescalate at the same time is that there have been other protests going on inside gaza with people
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protesting against price rises against tax rises by hamas some clashes between supporters of hamas and those protesters for their arrests as similar protests that we saw on thursday from the israeli perspective they initially in the small hours of this morning blamed hamas for carrying out the initial launch now they're saying that perhaps it was some kind of a mistake whether that be a technical mistake or to do with lower level hamas members firing off rockets without the official sanction of the senior leadership so both sides sending signals to the other that there is potentially a way out of this hamas and islamic jihad both saying that they are observing the terms of the previously brokered egyptian cease fire israel does not publicly comment on that situation certainly there is also a very sensitive political situation on the israeli side where in the midst of the election campaign heading towards the polls on the ninth of april benjamin netanyahu the prime minister had to do something to show forcefulness to his to his
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opponents to make sure that they could not criticize him for being too soft. hamas as they have in the past his main challenger benny gantz not far from here near the gaza border saying that israel needed to do more to show to terrence to be more forceful and that it could not allow hamas to set the agenda or they didn't publicly go as far as calling for a heavier retaliatory strike and at the same time netanyahu aware that if he had gone too far it could have led towards a full escalation towards a wider war and most analysts agree that he doesn't want that just a few weeks out from that election. the war in syria might be winding down but it's certainly not over eight years into the conflict and millions of people feel they have no place in a country run by pasha or acid say the holder of ports from beirut in neighboring lebanon. eighty years of human suffering. syrians continue to bury their children those who are in the city or sixteen year
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old muhammad and his fourteen year old sister ali were killed in government artillery strikes. we buried them in a mass grave i didn't see them because it would be unbearable they were burned no flesh no bones modest they are muslims. there is an active frontline between the government and opposition in the southern countryside of rebel controlled where a ceasefire should be in place. was instead almost two hundred civilians have been killed since the beginning of the year. thousands have been forced to flee in recent weeks adding to the millions already displaced many of them displaced multiple times. the bombardment forced us to leave our home in the northern countryside of homes we
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escaped to aleppo and to east homs. and now if we have to move from the front lines there is nowhere safe. there is little peace even in government controlled territories where rights groups report arbitrary arrests and a return to repressive rule so-called reconciliation agreements in four opposition held areas are not being respected. the most recent cases we documented were in six civil defense volunteers which time for no reason there are many other cases where people are afraid to provide information because they fear the intelligence services. the absence of the rule of law and accountable security agencies for some of the reasons why syrians were belled in two thousand and eleven the regime refused reforms back then and chose to crackdown pushing the opposition to take up arms. the syrian president is still refusing
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demands for change the international community wants bashar assad to engage in a credible political process that would lead to a new constitution and free elections but political reform would mean giving up power and the syrian leadership is unlikely to hand over what it didn't lose on the battlefield. for us the war has been won some countries have already started to normalize ties with his government but much of the international community accepted until political reforms are in place. and there remains the problem in the north of the country much of which is not controlled by the government and is being fought over by the interested parties and the millions who live there can't and won't return to us or to syria for them the war is far from over. the route north korea is considering suspending talks with the us in restarting missile
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a nuclear testing vice foreign minister choice on hwy says the north has no intention of using to us denuclearization the mons is blaming the us secretary of state and national security adviser for the breakdown of last month's summit between donald trump and kim jong un. and john bolton are both accused of creating an atmosphere of hostility and mistrust boeing says a software upgrade for the seven three seven max will be rolled out within weeks in the timeline hasn't changed despite multiple nations grounding boeing max planes worldwide a tail part found in the wreckage of the crash ethiopian airlines boeing seven three seven max last week indicated similarities with a crash five months ago in indonesia the ethiopians airlines flight was carrying one hundred fifty seven passengers and crew now toxic chemicals dumped into a river in southern malaysia of course thousands of villages to seek hospital treatment three arrests have been made as police investigate the pollution linked to rubber
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tire recycling flarm salumi reports from pasir good dung in the southern state of johor or than one hundred schools have been closed indefinitely. nor. is worried about his younger sister she was admitted to a hospital intensive care unit when she complained of difficulty. is appointed. hospital and. they came here took some samples and then left they didn't seem interested in helping those. it's been a week since it was discovered that between twenty and forty tons of chemical waste had been dumped into the river near their homes were standing right next to the kim kim river which is where the toxic chemicals were dumped now people here tell us the usually gets worth at night it's an acrid burning that smells like tires or plastic being burnt and even just standing here for a few minutes we get. this stadium has been turned into
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a twenty four hour first response medical center at least three and a half thousand people have sought medical attention for the fumes in the past week . many of the patients complain of suffering from some a shivering and some say. the government initially considered declaring a state of emergency in the area but now say that the situation is under control. but still we are still. in the cleanup operations of the river have begun with the government appointing contractors to help the first it had. some pollutants but we have. removing this material and things has reduced and now we find sports
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which is really having some. a one and a half kilometers stretch of the river is thought to have been affected the government says toxic substances found in samples taken from the river are linked to chemicals used to recycle tie is three people have been arrested in connection with the toxic dumping florence. state malaysia. tropical cycle in our diet has made landfall in mozambique bringing with it wind speeds of up to two hundred twenty five kilometers per hour over five hundred thousand residents in the coastal city of barrow are without power after cables were downed at least a hundred twenty six people have been killed in mozambique malawi and south africa as heavy rains hit the region over the past week now tens of thousands of schoolchildren and students have walked out of school and college in more than one hundred countries they are protesting against climate change and calling on governments to step up and do more to tackle the problem here in the u.k.
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organizers of the demonstrations say fifty thousand people took part and the heywood reports. from sydney to home call new delhi to nairobi stockholm to berlin and beyond a united voice calling for action on climate change. in london unity may be something lacking inside the british parliament but outside a collective cry for action from schoolchildren and students skipping school college to make their point and we're taking to the streets because we haven't had an input into this issue and it's the issue that directly transcends all features not that as i see my teachers encouraged me to miscast today they're like you need to you need to be here. the un has warned there will be irreversible damage to the climate unless serious measures are taken to the twenty thirty.
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first the world fund from the people of unless something is done to find the time was i. in france students but the entrance to the headquarters of one of its biggest banks to protest against alleged investment in possum fields elsewhere in paris thousands more were peacefully protesting this boy told us we think it's shameful that we're polluting and polluting and polluting while in spain thousands marched through madrid i was this global movement involving students walking out of class in more than a hundred countries was inspired by the sco sixteen year old. who staged a solo protest outside sweden's parliament last year. via we're standing in front of an existential crisis the biggest crisis humanity has ever faced and still
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people who knew about us have ignored it for decades people here know about us have ignored this you know who you are this is your responsibility and it's not our responsibility so. some political leaders along with teaching unions have said students would be better off back in the classroom until more is done like they say they'll carry on striking emma haywood al-jazeera in london. was more in everything way covering right here al jazeera dot com is the address don't forget you can watch us live as well. so a recap of our top story this hour there has been global condemnation after forty nine people were killed when a gunman opened fire on wash apposite two mosques in the new zealand city of christchurch police have charged a man in his late twenty's but he will appear in court shortly two other suspects
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are also being held in custody is even as prime minister described this as a terrorist attack and none precedented act of violence we new zealand. we were not a target because we are a safe harbor for those who hate. we were not true isn't for the sake of violence because we can darn racism because we are in on clay for extremism. we were chosen for the very fact that we are none of these things leaders from muslim majority countries like pakistan indonesia and turkey of all condemn the attack. in turkey thousands took to the streets to protest the killings. the attacks what he called the rise of islamophobia worldwide in western countries to take immediate action and here we are just going live to christ church where the mayor.
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is speaking. and. practical support needs to tune into the him as well and then there is the wider community of christ we've all been affected everyone has been touched in some way shape or form and the messages that i've hated. have been a desire to come together as a community and to reach out and offer solidarity to. our community. muslim community part of our community we are a very diverse city and christ we have welcomed new people and. we are talking about people in the city who have lived here for years and years and years they are our friends they are our neighbors we embrace them at this time and
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i know that i speak for all of the people in christchurch when i say how much we want to come together to support them so we want to give the communities to ensure we do the. appropriately and and support and give them the time and the space that they need to deal with the immediate issues at hand we still have injured people in the hospital so we will find a time and a place for us to come together. and shear sense of grief and loss but also to shear see it sir. love compassion and support that we feel for these communities. the next thing as people have said that they want to lay floral tributes or other tributes in memory and in respect of those who have died and so we have made available the. garden all along.
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the reason we chose that price is because it's close to the hospital very close to the hospital and so there is a direct connection with the people whose lives have been lost and we know that the police still have coordinates on the two mosques and we do want people to stay away from those places we will ensure that there is tributes made available to the community asian appropriate time. the next thing. comes through is a strong desire. to contribute money there are people who offering financial support want to help our church i know it is victim support have set up in a million years help fund for supporting the family members the victims of the terrible attack and the crush foundation which has been recently established
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will also sit up a fund because it won't just be for the immediate aftermath of what we have experienced in the city but it will be about rebuilding communities rebuilding what has been lost and ensuring the communities are able to be well supporters and to the future and that will be announced by the crush foundation. and all of the flags flying at half mast on our council. today and. show us. an expression of. support for the communities and the love that have been experienced and many of the weekend soldiers well some of them will be known to you already a cricket. ball between new zealand and. powerful
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statement of support from both sides of. the sporting for today that will gather here in the city for an important game. out of respect not play the game today bryan adams can't search will not proceed and all sport. is cancelled until with an arduous. sadly because of the numbers of people who have been coach they will have to be a large number of funerals there are very specific requirements in terms of. funerals and the council as we can very closely with the communities to ensure that there are proper places available for preparation and for appropriate.
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today. sorry. i'm very shocked that as happened here but i'm shocked that it's happened in new zealand if this had happened in any other city in this country are would be equally shocked and i think the reason we have been targets and this was as i understand it i deliberately. target. our country was because we are a safe such a country and that was the message. in my response to the choice of christchurch. by the. terrorist individual who chooses to. terrorize. it is an act of cowardice that he has performed is something that will.
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i guess there are no words to describe the. revulsion that i feel for. the propaganda that he wanted to bring with us and i will not give to that propaganda has was the voice of and the only way that communities can respond to the voice of how it is to come together and love compassion and kindness. i haven't been. concerned at all. obviously arnie been the mayor of christchurch for the last five and a half years in a project that i was a member of parliament for over twenty years and this sort of extremism is not something that we've seen here but he is not from here he came here he came
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here with. an until to kill and his mind so he did not. develop his hatred here he came here to perform the sect of terrorism. no i haven't spoken to the mirror need not the small bit on the radio here is an interest on a property. i've spoken to the prime minister i've spoken to. the minister of police spoken to the minister of civil defense so they have reached out i've received messages from all. every mia and the city and a number of me is from around the world have contacted me as well. since of horror and compassion for this girl. who. was one of the all. of the commissioner of police correct statement
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that was there were two devices and one cop. in this is. that it is across. the media this morning on the right so just to recap we've been listening for the last few minutes to. the mayor of christchurch delivering some comments to members of the press who were there in that room just to take you through some of her comments she essentially gave a message of solidarity and sympathy she expressed also a sense of grief and sorrow for what has happened as you would expect she described very much a community in shock but a community that is also determined to come together at what is a very difficult time they are determined to come together in strength and unity in
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the face of this attack one thing she did say that the now going to have to be a large number of funerals she was saying that. that now has to be organized muslim burials need to be carried out within twenty four hours of death failing that within forty eight hours of death that is the the muslim burial rights so logistically there has to be some organization now because they're all going to be a large number of funerals taking place within a very short space of time the mayor saying that a number of graves need to be dogg. of the suspect the mayor said he is not from here he came here and he came here with hate in his heart so it will continue say across reaction to that story some forty nine worshippers killed in an attack on two mosques in the new zealand city of christchurch
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i want to bring you some of the news that we're covering now and elites apart loaded on to mexico's media landscape after oscar nomination for the mexican film roma the twenty five year old who had no previous acting experience was the first indigenous woman to be nominated for best actress but in mexico some people would it killed bringing to light the historic racism and discrimination in people in jena on the way they've traditionally been represented in the media they would muster has more from mexico city jellied so it's you know it was a historic moment. the star of the mexican film roma was nominated for best actress at this year's academy awards it was the first time an indigenous woman was in the running. but despite international recognition not everyone back in mexico celebrated yelitza success. mexico's largest t.v. channel ran a parody of roma many accused the light skinned actress for mocking the elites with
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her brown face makeup and a percentage and those women say you know what the other mexican personalities attacked the indigenous actress on social media with racist comments was sort of the cause award winning actor to not shweta says roles for dark skin actors in mexico are limited. well i meant that people like me could only play characters who are messed up who are thieves with the delinquents which is funny because eighty percent of the population is mixed race your skin pigment determines the social status and cultural level the darker your skin the more ignorant you are it's a narrative that's been around for five hundred years. some critics say popular characters like. helped to perpetuate stereotypes about mexico's indigenous population but at the. heart of the patrol of indigenous people is that they are kind of like children who have not developed their abilities who still haven't had
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that sets of modern life they're poor very lazy and don't produce anything worthwhile they have become a caricature in the media. but thanks to actors like to note. ordinary mexicans are finally able to see people like themselves represented on screen i will never stop. i was eating tacos at one time and a young guy selling cookies came up to me and said it's you the one in the movies and he hugged me and started crying and told me how awesome it was that someone with dark skin that looked like him could get all the girls and that this gave me a feeling that we can change things. but while diversity in mexican film and television is slowly increasing on the streets far less seems to have changed advertisements seen by millions every day show people who are predominately tall thin and light skinned oh this lack of representation leaves out the majority of mexicans who until recently had little chance of seeing lives like theirs played
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out on the big screen david mercer al-jazeera mexico city. spain's socialist government says it will relocate the body of fascist dictator general francisco franco on june tenth from a morsel am known as the valley of the fall and in northern mentor it examination is part of a move to erase monuments and on the tributes to the victors of the spanish civil war and ticky regime figures in the dictatorship that followed there's been fierce debate on the issue of forcing the spanish supreme court to intervene call panel reports. are this straight home salute a signpost to their totalitarian roots are members of the phalange gathered in madrid inspired in part by nazi germany and fascist italy in the one nine hundred thirty s. the movement is tiny now but was once the backbone of general franco's regime.
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we're not there no i was probably the owner of we cannot allow our own to move around like animals like what they want to do with franco spain socialist government voted in september to exude franco's body from its two men the value of the fallen it's regarded by many as somalia went to the victors not of a moral for all victims of the civil war that ended in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine unlike his ideological allies hitler and mussolini franco ruled until he died aged eighty two. in this madrid apartment the franco foundation keeps the generals memory alive and opposes efforts to have his body exude. spokesman jaime alone so rejects well documented allegations of widespread torture executions and disappearances under franco. and another i don't see any era in which frank commit a mistake and he throws himself by the best people the government is trying to impose lies today to wipe out the truth from the past the vote the existing franco
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was fairly straightforward but the decision on whether we bury him sparked the public argument between the dictator's grandchildren the catholic church and the government. no doubt with chants of never never anti franco demonstrators say they won't tolerate the dictator as they call him being reinterred in madrid some such as chattel galante were tortured the left wing activist feared he would die during a seventeen day detention in one thousand nine hundred seventy warned. you're on the floor soaked in blood and urine like a piece of trash for stepping out cigarettes on your head you're what i remember most was the radiator and the color of the tiles absurd images but it was my way of trying to cling on to life. he's grown old waiting for justice move a group in with him to govern is what our society needs is to turn the page on this
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block chuck true history but in order to do that we need justice first the basic condition for reconciliation. decade to pass since the dictatorship ended in one nine hundred seventy five but everywhere there are more than they saw as the wounds they've had a chance to heal called pedal al-jazeera madrid. several hundred afghan special forces have been deployed to save up to seven hundred security forces under siege by the taliban in western baghdad is province on the border of afghanistan and turkmenistan fifteen checkpoints were overrun by the taliban on friday morning afghan police and soldiers retreated to a district headquarters where local officials say up to seven hundred are now surrounded the afghan ministry of defense has called in air strikes to support ground troops the battle is in its tenth day thirty soldiers have been killed and up to forty taken hostage china's economic slowdown and the trade war with the u.s.
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top the gender of chinese legislators gathered in beijing they endorsed a foreign investment laura and appeasing the concerns of trading partners in washington and elsewhere adrian brown explains from the chinese capital. as ever when china's parliament meets everything was perfectly organized. inside the great hall of the people the mood was celebrated as the almost three thousand delegates gathered for the final day of the national people's congress they knew what was expected of them their job after all is not to block legislation or place checks on leaders of the communist party so the outcome of the vote to amend the foreign investment law was never in doubt as was its true aim to help end the trade war with the united states which is why the legislation was approved in record time the measure will affect some of the biggest corporations doing business
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in china in theory it'll mean among other things that foreign firms will no longer need a chinese partner to operate here or be forced to hand over their technology to. new foreign investment laws china's concession to the united states which is a compromise china is making in a trade war so it's very likely that in a future there will be policies that actually favor for investors that will probably won't see any significant changes in that regard this year. at premier league chung's annual news conference where journalists questions are submitted and vetted in advance he sought to one small reassure foreign investors says you. china will continue to cut taxes and fees streamline. forced a new drivers of growth market access and the level the playing field for all market players. the premier's warned that economic growth could drop to six percent
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this year the lowest it's been in almost thirty years china's economic growth would be the envy of many other countries but it's still slowing complicated by a number of other factors the trade war with the united states among them but china's leaders can't blame previous governments for their problems because for almost seventy years there's been only one party that has ruled this country adrian brown al-jazeera beijing a drive by shooting of a repeated maffia boss is raising fears of a return to mob killings betrayed in the sopranos t.v. series and hollywood movies police fear the murder of frankie boyle cally will provoke where vange attacks as well as on airports from new york. considered one of the greatest movies of all time that one nine hundred seventy two big screen classic the godfather depicted the italian american mobster wars in new york not good meeting you. now the scenes are coming back in real life
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friend jesco cali was gunned down wednesday night by unknown assailants outside his home in a posh neighborhood in staten island. he exits his house but he has a conversation with an individual in front of that residence and that individual at some point in time it's only about a minute into it pulls out a firearm and shots are fired known by his nickname of frankie boy he was widely believed to be the head of the gambino crime family unlike high profile mob bosses of years past calley was different he kept a very low profile one of the first times and ever appeared on the front pages of the local papers as with the news of his death gambino boss whacked read the headline of the new york post. retired new york police sergeant joseph jack alone says high profile mob hits have been rare the past twenty years so investigators
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might have a hard time trying to solve the crime this as a lot of implications because is this within the italian mafia or is it from outside the italian mafia is it another group trying to make the name for themselves there's a lot of working parts here and law enforcement needs that play catch up the last time a mob boss was murdered in new york city was thirty five years ago that's when john gotti ordered the murder of then gambino boss paul castellano outside a manhattan steakhouse gotti was convicted of extortion and cast a lot of murder in one thousand nine hundred two ten years later he died in prison . mob violence has subsided since then and that might have led many new yorkers to feel a false sense of security last october a lower level mob boss was shot while sitting in his car outside of fast food restaurant and now the killing of cali clear signs the mob is alive and well gabriel's andro al jazeera new york
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a treaty to ban plastic waste from being dumped in the sea is being discussed in kenya is one of several resolutions on a consideration at a u.n. environment summit catherine sawyer reports on this now from nairobi. on the sidelines of the united nations and vironment assembly bag that i'm holding here was actually woven. craft from nigeria will then by women from hyacinth a plant that has invaded waterways in more than fifty countries across a wild including kenya where the u.n. summit is being held at the plant of actually very rich in methane and methane agreed house gas so what people would you know what we're trying to do here is actually in. methane emissions to the atmosphere because if it's in. an environment conducive for the generation of methane that's bad to the environment climate change greenhouse gases and pollution have been top of the agenda in this
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we can all meeting in such events innovations to deal with climate change and police and often it's really like this trust me to use to check the quality of readings a lot so how does it work. yes it's a small device for measuring dangerous pollutants in there so it has more sensors inside that measure the dangers crassus fine particles which are dangerous for your health. using these compact the y.c. is the authorities come install them in large quantities and get a very good picture of the air quality situation in a city so this is a very important u.n. summit and has a stays and delegates who are here saying that more needs to be done to mitigate what ease an environmental crisis delegates here have been told that africa is only responsible for four percent of the global greenhouse gas emission yet more than
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sixty percent of its population is affected that's why the continent's role in mitigating climate change is crucial the u.n. wants wealthy governments to keep a promise of raising a hundred billion. annually for five years from twenty twenty twelve poor countries adopt to a hotter planet the specifics of this finding will be discussed father in the climate change summit to be held in new york in september the global g.d.p. is roughly about seventy percent private sector and thirty percent public sector so we're trying to solve one hundred percent problem with thirty percent of the money that's never going to work so we really need to focus on private finance and once you create the right conditions for investment which is possible to policy prescriptions policy interventions why government then private finance will flow in a big way heads of state who attended this un environment assembly say to the wild is facing an environmental crisis. we need to be very specific in terms of how to
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reduce emissions in our own national strategies with our businesses our investors via our laws we need them to have specific solutions in the end delegates made several resolutions including a plan for zero tolerance on plastic pollution in our oceans and a legal treaty to ban plastics from entering the sea but the decisions made here depend on the political will of individual governments catherine saudi al jazeera nairobi. now in the next couple of minutes we are expecting to hear from new zealand prime minister. this after mass shootings in the city of christ church in which forty nine people would killed dozens more have been injured we are also expecting that the man charged with this crime will appear in court so that is expected to happen on saturday morning of course ogden
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has already described this attack as one of the darkest days in the country and that has there has been a message of sympathy and condemnation from countries around the world our coverage of this story continues very shortly i'll see you in a couple of minutes. on the council because this week. into that we'll talk.


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