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they have been launched from gaza and this image has been circulating also amongst israelis commenting on the use they say of items that you can just see there and they're saying that the people in the gaza protests are actually using them as weapons and the hash tag that they have put for that is not a peaceful protest and this person is actually asking does this look ok to you but on the palestinian side we're seeing so this picture that's being shared because palestinians are commemorating land day and these are the six people that were killed in forty three years ago actually at a demonstration against the israeli seizure of thousands of acres of palestinian own land in and i was a moment that changed the palestinian movement and the rights of palestinian refugees to return to their ancestral lands asked to be expelled by the israelis in one thousand nine hundred forty eight and actually the main reason for the protests in gaza nine nine hundred forty nine a year later when israel joined the united nations there was
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a demand for it to agree to resolution one thousand four to allow palestinians to return but after the nineteen sixty seven war israel continued to deny palestinians this right instead it confiscated more palestinian land and forcibly displaced hundreds of thousands more now to this day israel rejects the right of return it insists that resolution one thousand four is not legally binding bartz palestinians say they'll continue to protest against this and mark land as a symbol of the palestinian struggle and here on al-jazeera we have plenty of coverage of this story of course if you actually go to our website our website rather you'll find this palestine remakes it's a great interactive projects on palestine and it has quizzes drone footage explainers and much much more for you to take a look at sorry thank you very much for that meanwhile al jazeera has seen a draft of the communique that leaders will release after the thirtieth arab league summit in june. on sunday it includes emphasizing the palestinian cause and
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stressing their opposition to the us recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital it also mentions a unified response to what described as the transit ministrations unlawful recognition of israeli sovereignty over the occupied golan heights. has the latest for us from tunis arab leaders are hitting back other trump administration's decision to recognize israel's occupation of the golan heights saying that this is a move that is void and violates international legality and the international law the draft community also says that the decision by the trump administration to recognize israel jerusalem as israel's capital is a wrong move which could further destabilize the region insisting that the only initiative that the avs have presented to the israelis in two thousand and two is still on the table which is that they are of ready to recognize the state of israel
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but the israelis have to recognize the presence of an independent palestinian state with eastern jerusalem as its capital. they're also asking the iranians to pull out their proxy fighters particularly in syria and yemen but they're not talking about the humanitarian crisis in the indiaman because of the presence of saudi arabia which is one of the key players in the arab league the most important or the highlight of the event could be this afternoon when the quarter meets on libya and this is a problem they want to bring that to now the differences between the two key players phases of our promise of a base into a police renegade general hurley for after based in the east despite attempts in the past to bring about a permanent solution to the crisis in libya but the government base in tripoli is lashing out of the international community and the u.n. in particular saying that they are trying just to further advance the agenda or khalifa haftar hold many say is being used by countries like the u.a.e. and saudi arabia to advance their political agendas in libya pope francis has
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arrived in morocco for a two day visit focusing on interfaith relations he was greeted by king mohammed the sixth the head of the roman catholic church is. hoping to improve dialogue between christians and muslims last month he became the first pope to set foot on the arabian peninsula when he visited the united arab emirates but there was a troubling incident along the motorcade route in the city of robot a man was seen running towards the moroccan king's car security personnel scramble to stop the man apprehending him just meters from the king. plenty more ahead on this news hour blocked out again venezuelans enjoy another major power loss and its rival leaders are blaming each other plus. the. kenyans mourn relatives killed in the ethiopian airlines
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crash the identification process drugs song and in sport tiger woods sets up but still last sixteen match pay showdown peter will tell you who he'll be paid back. britain's prime minister is reportedly considering a fourth attempt to get her e.u. withdrawal agreement through parliament while facing the risk of a potentially chaotic no do you breaks it in less than two weeks time politicians resound in the rejected to reset may's deal on friday although by a lower margin than the previous two votes her office has suggested that the government is at least heading in the right direction the withdrawal agreement allows for a long transition period giving people and businesses time to adjust to britain's departure that seek to hard i mean who's hoda abdel-hamid who is live for us just outside the house of parliament in london hota wearing that m.p.'s have sent a letter to terisa may what are they saying. yes indeed
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about one hundred seventy conservative m.p.'s so from her own party central letter asking her two things one to actually seriously consider the option of a no deal breck said that means a hard crash out probably by april twelfth which is the deadline set by the e.u. for that option or and also just tear away from the customs unions option now that option has been really on the table through the indicative that happened at the first round happened on wednesday and none of the eight options put forward by the speaker of the parliament got a yes but the one they got least knows was the custom union's option now she hasn't replied to that letter so we don't know what's her position on that but you do have to remember that there was a vote in parliament a few weeks ago and it was overwhelming against a no deal exit from the e.u. she still can do it as
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a government but we haven't heard from her yet so what is she going to do now i mean what are her options. well all the options are on the table except the one of what she calls an orderly exit from de you by may twenty second which was the one second deadline given by the last week at the summit in brussels in case she managed to have a yes vote in parliament over do is draw agreement now that did not happen yesterday there are reports that she might consider putting it forward for a fourth time but you have to remember the dispute over to parliament was very clear that there has to be substantial change in what in what she puts forward is that she did that. yesterday by splitting the two chapters of the overall agreement into a withdrawal agreement a political declaration and asked m.p.'s to vote on the withdrawal agreement other
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option she has under to basically all of them no deal she could revoke article fifty she could call for an general election she can try to pass a deal and then put it to a referendum so everything is really under the table but the problem is really to get a consensus to actually even adopt any of these options and at the moment there is a standoff between parliament and the government or with standoff with the own party there's a standoff with the labor opposition parties it's very difficult to get any of the options on the table or to try to look forward and say right this is what we're going to do and let's just bring it to that finishing line the moment there is no consensus thank you for that i made life for us in london while as politicians wrangle or branes departure people are getting worried about how the hostile tone of the debate is tanisha in the u.k. the image abroad need baka has our report. but access. to their favorite hit
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dr the breakthrough fiasco fair to reason made the world is trying to fathom. it seen by many countries as a baffling act of economic self sabotage financing in the u.k. appears to be a nation divided. wracked by political turmoil and all this uncertainty is doing damage to brand britain the land of winston churchill red buses the royal family shakespeare the list goes on six thousand kilometers away in the nigerian capital of breaks it is a source of bewilderment it has been a very serious damage to the image of not all of the british government will bridge an icy pond it's a view shared in the french capital paris i want to i used to see person as a normal country part of europe now i find them quite individualistic and a little selfish. and washington d.c.
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what happened to this wonderful country her deal does not have the numbers from outside the u.k. the country's parliamentary democracy may sometimes look like it's about to implode . already. but this up a serial style of politics has worked quite well for hundreds of years even if parliament seems to be struggling now there are worries about the impact or breaks it on all aspects of life here in the u.k. from the cost of food to the availability of medicines and even toilet roll so how do brits keep calm and carry on. so great i go. how do they put the question to a leading brand experts who sells optimism for a living people will not keep calm and carry on from national they want certainty a clear sense of direction leader and a team around him or her convey a future with optimism and clarity. he breaks it supporters believe it will breathe new life into brand britain water breaks its main players government minister
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michael gove called it a moment of empowering patriotic renewal britain has a rich history that it by legal system a multicultural multifaith society then there's the english language. breaks it's also unlikely to stop the tourists under the just be rated old line is the best travel destination of the world but as m.p.'s struggle to unite around a single vision brand britain faces only more publicity the parka al-jazeera. us frozen donald trump is reported to have demanded north korea hand over its nuclear weapons at the hallway summit last month that's according to a report from the voices news agency trump is said to have presented kim jong un with a document calling for the transfer of pyongyang nuclear weapons and bombs to the u.s. as a first time champ would have explicitly defined what he meant by denuclearization
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to kim jong un a lunch between the two leaders was canceled the same day before the come at that summit was cut short and joins us now live for from washington patty tell us more about what is in this document. well let's put this in context first if you think about this we know we knew that there was a letter we knew that the letter didn't sit well with the north koreans and that they blame secretary of state. and national security advisor john bolton what the backdrop is age are very concerned that the president being flattered by kim jong un would make a bad deal so they wrote down these demands and the back story of this is john bolton has been pushing what he likes to call the libyan model so he says well look at libya gave up all their nuclear weapons are chemical biological weapons and inter return for sanctions those things were sent to the united states the north koreans aptly point out that look how that ended for moammar gadhafi so they don't like the idea of the libyan model the president said no i am not in favor of the
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libyan model either so what was in this document basically the libyan model basically says you have to give up all of your nuclear weapons and you send them to the united states along with your if you'll. do inspections you need to take down all of your missile sites get rid of anything that could be dual use so it's basically what it sounds like full denuclearization that is not something that was ever going to sit well with the north koreans but so we knew that there was a letter that his staff wrote that sort of direct the talks now we know what was it and it shows that john bolton wants to continue with his hard core stance and where does this leave things between us the u.s. and north korea michael had said earlier this month that they were hoping to send a team to north korea in the coming weeks but there's no sign of that happening. no and again kim jong un has made clear that he doesn't want to do this at the staff level he wants to strike a deal only with president trump in the room now let's think about this this is
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a u.s. president who we know tends to like being fond over he likes to get nice letters and he's getting those from kim jong un he calls them love letters he actually said at the rally that the two are now in lot of so his staff is going to try and stop that and so we're sort of at an impasse now north korea says ok we'll make a deal with the president and the national security establishment side the united states to say no you're going to have to talk to us first thank you for that patty cohan in washington d.c. for us among the stories still to come on this news hour a new u.s. immigration policies leave hundreds of our simon seekers in limbo on the mexican border plus. a grisly australian creatures are evolving to be to contagious can say that threatened to wipe them out and in sport the king himself lebron james carries that sanchez lakers through the end of a rough season more coming up later with peter.
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hello again welcome back we're crossing of our we're looking at some very very messy weather over the next few days take a look at the satellite image we've been talking about the system that is coming in off the eastern mediterranean brings a very heavy rain across the region it's not all going to be affecting parts of the western lavonne but also into parts of iraq as well as into iran and this is the area they were very concerned about as we begin the week and the reason being is because we just had flooding there deadly flooding just earlier in the week and now more rain is expected to fall and we're expecting anywhere between one hundred and two hundred millimeters of rainfall in probably by the time we get towards monday and tuesday well here across the rest of the gulf it is going to be clouds and it's going to be temperatures on the way up so here on sunday for doha about thirty two
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degrees but that's not the extent of it as we go towards monday it's going to reach about thirty seven degrees here but that's going to be the only day by the time we get to tuesday those temperatures will drop back down to the high twenty's we think and then very quickly across parts of the southern part of africa we are looking fairly decent down here towards the south medicare still has some more heavy rain in the forecast over the next few days but attempt to there of twenty eight degrees for cape town though it is going to be a little chilly a few as we go towards fall attempts are there of nineteen degrees but durban still quite warm with a temperature of twenty nine. a three year investigation into the pro-gun lobby we've been employing it was me and you got a really wonderful. reveal secret see one point sitting out there will be people outraged you know. and connection some don't want exponents many in legacy media full love the mass shooting. darkness with night and al-jazeera investigations
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know again i'm fully back to you bo this is a news hour on al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories a teenager has died and more than two hundred palestinians were injured during border protests in gaza israeli forces try and live ammunition as tens of thousands gathered to mark the first anniversary of the protests known as the great march of return the demonstrations are now wrapping up al-jazeera has seen a draft of the communique that leaders will release after the thirtieth arab league summit in tunis on sunday it includes an emphasis on the palestinian cause it also mentions a unified response to what's described as the chant administration is unlawful recognition of israeli sovereignty over the occupied golan heights and britain's prime minister is considering a fourth attempt to get her through on a mandate she faces a potentially catastrophic no deal breaks it in less than two weeks. the
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number of cholera cases in the city of beirut in mozambique has risen to two hundred seventy one the country continues to deal with the aftermath of psycho in a die which hits more than two weeks ago and killed more than seven hundred people in the southern africa region damage to water and sanitation facilities has raised fears about a potential epidemic in mozambique the world health organization is expecting nine hundred thousand cholera vaccine stolz to arrive by monday a psycho and killed more than seven hundred people in southern africa we spoke to lauren c. an emergency coordinator with doctors without borders she says community engagement is needed to address a problem in beirut and the surrounding area. also the vaccination is a very needed and it should start next wednesday next week the faster we go the most chance we have to come to transmission. of the collision in the population then there is a big need for community engagement safe water distribution. food
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for all of this population of berrabah to also for the district surrounding bear out where there is i risk for cases there are so the first week i was first in this have been very difficult for communication for transportation but it's getting a bit easier the monks. in the beginning of the week you we had a lot of the congo plan who could land in the in better bringing supplies medical work sun and logistics so a lot of work in front of us. and the need for our also the elegant isaacson to. venezuela's government and the opposition are expected to hold a rival marches across the country l.a. this week the opposition leader one wydow called on his supporters to protest against nationwide power cuts on friday venezuela was hit by another notch electricity outrage third invests week twenty one out of twenty three states lost
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electricity much of a country is cell recovering from earlier power cuts which forced the closure of schools businesses and airports and speak to alexandra correspondent who is joining us live from bogota the capital of neighboring colombia i found her first of all what are you hearing about the protests today how are they shaping up. well followed the leader of the opposition flung wide always addressing a crowd in the city of los thank you is this out of the capital caracas just as we speak and he is once again asking the people to continue putting pressure on the government saying that. ousting the president nicolas maduro is getting closer and closer he's asking them to turn their rightful anger and indignation into action and this rally is just one around one hundred different demonstrations that
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the opposition says are happening across the country and as you were saying your introduction this is coming after another night of power outages in the capital crackers and across the country of course is difficult to see how this rally will change things in minutes well as long as ending the power stalemate in the country the president because that's my view it also called on it supporters to come out to take to the streets in downtown crack as that expected to happen and probably an hour time more or less so once again the two factions confronting a child there and the opposition continuing to put pressure. that we're sending good economic condition the worsening conditions for most of the people in venezuela and both sides in the crisis has been accusing each other of being behind the power outages what is their strategy to. well the opposition
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obviously insists that this has all to do with mean management to corruption part of the government in this through that the economic downturn that's been going on for years in venezuela but this has also now been worsened and compounded by the lake state sanctions imposed by the united states on a number of crucial sex there's venezuela's industries or what's left of them in particular the oil industry which is where the next well i was getting most cash that needed to import goods for example the posting history that we culture is very small and when i said i can see it that imports most of its goods in the government that's just as not being able to do that also the sanctions have had an effect on the government's ability for extent will to fix their power grid that it's going through so many problems that they don't have
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a dollars in hand to be able to buy things and the sanctions won't let for example u.s. companies sell much needed pieces to fix this power grid to the venezuelan government the result of all this is the worsening humanitarian the worsening of the humanitarian crisis in the country those who support the opposition or hoping that all this that they can living without money without water without electricity will indeed help topple my dude over that it's unclear that that will happen so many are fearing that this could also become the new normal while the struggle for the power in the country continues thank you for that alexandra graham katie life for us in bogota. hundreds essential american asylum seekers on the us mexico border are in limbo under the trump administration's hardline policies the regulations require migrants to remain in mexico for months under sometimes
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precarious conditions until their court dates money or operate all reports on the mexican border city of tijuana. it's another day at a migrant shelter on the us mexico border almost everyone here is from central america and they're seeking asylum in the united states. in the past migrants would be allowed to wait in the u.s. while their cases were considered but a change in policy by the trumpet ministration now requires them to be sent back to mexico until their case numbers are called yes back at the i arrived in tehran and applied for a number because they said that with the number everything would work out now i'm seeing that's not the case in. most of the people at this shelter have been here for several months many of them tell us they don't feel safe just. the americans asked me if i had somewhere to stay in tijuana i said no we don't we don't have family here or anything they asked if it's dangerous for us in mexico and i said
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yes we run a risk there but they still send us back here i don't feel that's right. the city of the one who has seen an increase in violent crime in recent months there have been almost five hundred people killed so far in two thousand and thirteen adding to the more than twenty five hundred homicides reported last year. for central american asylum seekers like nineteen year old idea of being stuck in mexico seems just as dangerous as returning to his home in honduras about you and. your interior want to get kidnapped or something worse because of all the criminals as a migrant you get scared but no matter i suppose we have to stay here for some time . human rights advocate beat the clerk says the change in policy by the u.s. is turning the mexico side of the. ordered into a massive waiting room for asylum applicants look at it but what the united states is intending to do is dissuade migrants by making the asylum process in the united states more bureaucratic this year an estimated two hundred forty individuals have
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been sent back to the one under the trumpet ministrations remain in mexico program but as the policy expands to more cities along the border that number is expected to rise significantly u.s. officials have defended the policy of returning central american asylum seekers to mexico calling it a vital response to a crisis at the southern border but human rights groups warn that the program could have the opposite effect and push more desperate migrants to cross over illegally when it up. at the us mexico border. the families of kenyan passengers who were killed when an ethiopian airline plane crash last month have begun holding funeral services without the remains of their relatives they were told it could take months for the remains to be identified catherine so he has more from that coral in kenya . a funeral service like no. thinking is reached by law. eight people from this area die in the few pin airlines
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crash that killed a hundred and fifty seven people last month most of them kenyans here family neighbors and friends come to say goodbye to a wife had dota and three grandchildren it is a different location for all of us. he does not know what it is different but today we are doing these mass and memorial service without. our family's story. there have been several such services in different parts of the country investigators in ethiopia are working to find out exactly what caused the crash boeing has grounded the seven three seven mox eight aircraft after a similar cross in indonesia five months sylia the company's also updating its safety features back you know the pain of relatives struggling to come to terms
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with the deaths is an imaginable i'm long way had gone to kind of a to visit her daughter and grandchildren they were travelling to kenya on holiday together when the plane fell off the sky if european airline officials say it may take up to six months to identify their remains. husband john cwindows tells us soil from the crash site given to them in ethiopia to represent his family gives him no peace. and those who came to moan with him are still holding onto hope that one day they may be able to hold a proper funeral for their relatives catherine zero kenya. australia is following new zealand's leader with plans to stamp out violent content
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on social media sites after the christ church mosque attacks a new law proposed by the government would see social media companies find an bosses potentially jailed for failing to remove violent material from their platforms quickly enough the new zealand shooting suspect is accused of uploading video of the rampage to facebook from way it spread across the internets. i have a responsibility when i put these platforms into public use to make sure this site and that they cannot be weaponized by terrorists. similarly they shouldn't be weaponized for other forms of they can affect the youngest of those around us to die through to the most serious of criminal offenses and i have the technology to do this and i have the opportunity to do it and we're going to insist that i do it and still in australia there is new hope for the survival of an endangered only found in tasmania it had been threatened with extinction by a transmissible form of cancer but scientists say the animals have developed an
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immune response that is helping them to fight back around eighty five percent of tasmanian devils as are known had been wiped out by the disease but now with special breeding programs it's hoped they will return to their healthy and numbers that speak to a dri go how meeting is with any colleges and research fellow in the school of natural sciences at the university of tasmania is currently in santiago chile and joins us from santiago via skype thank you so much for being with us first of all tell us more about this devil facial tumour disease and how it spread and how lethal it's been for the tasmanian devils population. thank you very much for the pleasure to be here yasmin devil take the term disease is one of the few transmissible cancers known to biology and essentially this chin was grown to facial and all areas of animals and when they bite each other which unfortunately is very common in his and in battles their pastimes as one of the few cases where
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cancer can be patched like any other disease and of course steve has had a devastating effect on just many and our populations and we have lost more than eighty percent of the population throughout tasmania and as a result as fish it is now listed as endangered so now researchers are saying that the tasmanian devils immune system has been able to cope with the disease which i guess is good news what does it mean for their survival rate and the population numbers of course this is very good news indeed it means a lot because we have documented an increasing number of animals that have now can become survive now despite having shimmers for a long period of time and as a result that gives them their fertility to breed and put another generation into the population and more importantly we have seen an increasing number of animals that have managed to cure themselves from this cancer which is absolutely fascinating years these are animals that develop shimmers and then somehow the
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immune system reacts and those tumours regress and disappear so we hope that this is a heritable response that will be passed on to future generations and that allows it just made in devil to co-exist with these transmissible cancer and experts have also talked about a behavioral changes taking place sort of how to study the population numbers what sort of behavioral changes are we seeing in the animals. we have seen some changes in behaviors that can be associated with reduced aggressivity that is our research that we still need to continue to do and formalize it into into a publication but what we hope to see is that these behaviors that are associated with reduced aggressivity will be selected because that would allow animals not to get infected anything goes on the only males that are surviving in the population those genes might also be passage of future generations so we're hoping that these adaptations to atlanta missing all cancer into the money and devil will come not
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only from the minute immune perspective but from many other areas that hopefully will allow them to fight back this disease that we don't think that this will mean that the disease will be eradicated or that will disappear from just many or that we think that will mean that as many devils one go to extinction and somehow they will learn to live with cancer which is absolutely astonishing considering the mortality of cancer in wildlife it's great news thank you so much for a tracheotomy there for your insights roger is from the school of natural sciences at the university of tasmania thank you for your time. nicaragua's government has agreed to free all political prisoners within the next six weeks it's also promising to drop charges against people facing arrest warrants opposition groups say more than six hundred forty people have been jailed since protests against president daniel ortega began almost a year ago in brazil and johns has brock's the president's plans for celebrations on sunday commemorating the nine hundred sixty four military cool j.
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of all sonera has frequently praise a twenty year military leadership that ruled until democracy was restored in one thousand nine hundred five the judge said the plans were incompatible with the constitution and lock approval from congress more than four hundred people were killed or disappeared during that military will but an amnesty law has shielded those responsible for justice. in pakistan prime minister iran cannot promise i knew pakistan when promised are you pakistan when he was elected prime minister with a bigger and better economy to notch by seven months on people are still waiting for him to deliver on inflation remains a significant problem come on hide every foursome is. proud of their reputation for offering a ballgame for business even here it's getting tougher for the rising price of gold fresh produce means. used to target group leader day little.
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or no on. off to imran khan took over everything it's become very expensive it wasn't this bad before you know it's very expensive their dog. cost of living falls on prime minister emraan own seven month old government four known here appears to have the country's the ball playing hide the head albeit me there is a price hike but we should understand that imran khan is trying his best to get us out of this situation we are hopeful that we will see. better days in the future for us and our children the government blames the previous administration on the why shareef for pushing the country to the brink of economic collapse the biggest challenge was are we had only fifteen days for a deserves love that was something that we could not have been drilled at that time because if we would have said that there would have been a panic and the market and the currency would have had. a fan so frankly we
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have actually tried to rule you know man in those days. with the helpful friendly countries one former prime minister nawaz sharif was jailed for corruption and many other senior political strife a falling rupee against the us dollar has had a knock on effect on commodity prices the government has taken some unpopular decisions but said it is necessary in order to stabilize the economy however folk can do much such as days it means paying far more for less but the opposition say the government is incompetent and reached amazing members of the former government it's very clear to us that it is it is political to migration because accountability do we need gentlemen it has to be across the board they're making fact authoritarian they are unable to work any economic miracles that they promise
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pakistan's tax to g.d.p. ratio is growing very fast the utility bills are on paper for the common man and his government has no answers. saudi arabia the u.a.e. and china have from a straight race tens of billions of dollars in pakistan and improve security situation as allowed pakistan to host the reigns including the recent cricket tournaments in karachi to help boost tourism but many pakistanis want an end of poverty and decent homes more than seven months ago everyone can promise that and an improved economy many here are waiting for him to deliver hydrology as eda islamabad. protesters have renewed calls for haiti's president to step down opposition groups demonstrated in the capital port au prince accusing juvenile
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maureen's of corruption and economic mismanagement dozens died in previous protests haiti has been struggling with high inflation and your shortages it also recently lost an important source of aid when it cut ties with venezuela's president nicolas maduro. forces coming up next and a record breaking performance from a pakistan debutant but why did enough people tell a special. environment doesn't know any boundaries what goes up into the environment goes around the world . pesticides are pushed on grounds that it's a very modern way to do it and we've made poisons the measure of progress. the domestic population has become. your. circle of poison on al-jazeera. the latest news as it
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breaks as well as the police investigation the prime minister says there will also be a national inquiry with detailed coverage of the arms trade with saudi arabia is going to be a very important components of life in post-breakfast of britain. from around the world that allen is a symbol also national pride and it's europeans have their full support behind. him for support his speech thank you very much for three way race for the english premier league title a swung back in manchester city's favor they've gone
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a point clear of liverpool at the top of the beating for them but not a silver scoring off to just five minutes and sergio aguayo doubling the advantage before the break to nova school at craven cottage liverpool can retake the league when they play spurs on sunday elsewhere so he's local rivals manchester united are hoping to give manager early going to solve a first win since he was appointed to the job permanently marcus rash would putting them one mill up they against wanted burnley leading at wolves a by the same school. those matches more or less at halftime now some say teamwork makes the dream work but that's not always the case since friday's match in germany's bundesliga showed hoffenheim player was on track for ways first hat trick in the league only for his teammates a spoil the party. for the strike was already going in a calamity should rush forward and his foot grazed the ball before it crossed the line to crime which was credited with the goal and stayed in any case often and be
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by leverkusen for one night leaving them to. watch a federal has his eyes on a fourth miami open title as the world number four heads into the final federer dominated the semifinal beating the twentieth seed nineteen year old dennis shock problem of the thirty seven year old faber coming out on top sixty six but. i told my daughters before i walked out tonight it was even born yet when i actually played in the pro choice. so they're like hold on a second they did the calculation in the likes of these guys really young i was like yeah i'm really old but it's all good and at def it gives you an actual pap yeah no doubt about it. federer will face defending miami open champion johnny's man the big serving american won this match against felix always seem seven six and seven six seven twenty one aces along the way this victory extends is this
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tiebreaker record in the tournament to an impressive nine wins from the. qualifying is underway for the second formula one race of the season the bahrain grand prix earlier on saturday michael schumacher son mick on the left here at a good start to two his career in formula two the german finished eighth in bahrain thirty five seconds behind winner nicolas. schumacher won the a three championship last year. well ready to lead a authentic has really taken the top spot at the tour of corsica he's just two point three seconds ahead of rival alphen evans off the saturday stay just nine time champion sebastian loeb remains eighth after a mistake in the final stage put him into a spin. tiger woods and rory mcilroy have commenced a last sixteen showdown at the w g c match play in texas woods came back from two down against patrick cancel a on friday helped by this second shot with routine i
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want people to be jealous of their the three time champ winning his match four and two mcelroy continued his one hundred percent start before birdies on the front line to be matthew fitzpatrick forward to as well setting up that contest with lou to lose three of the short time ago. french rugby bosses are holding a referendum to decide whether or not to appoint a foreign coach even the warren gatland is favored to take over after this year's world cup but as there's never been a nod in french men in charge all amateur clubs in the country will vote on it the result will be announced on april twelfth. australia's cricketers have beaten pakistan in the fourth one day international despite a stunning effort from one of pakistan's young players open a bit early hit a record breaking century in dubai finished up with one hundred twelve which is the highest score by pakistan batsman on o.d.i. debut reads one century also went in vain as australia took the weight of stand in
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captain. to clinch victory by just six rounds. david wallace trying to force these way back into australia's team for the world cup after a year long ban for ball tampering he smashed a match winning sixty nine for sunrisers hyderabad against the raja stan royals in the i.p.l. one and fellow cheat steve smith are hoping to be recalled by australia. major league baseball champions the boston red sox produced an impressive comeback to get their first win of the new season they were six one down to the mariners in seattle but they fought hard and the turnaround was completed by this pinch hit three run homer for much more than in the top of the red sox taking the game to six. in the n.b.a. king james had a stellar night with the l.a. lakers braun had twenty seven points and nine assists ending the charlotte hornets four game winning streak. to twenty for the lakers who won't however make the
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playoffs a brown also sunk several three pointers in a one hundred twenty nine one hundred fifteen victory. and that's where we'll leave it more sport on the way again later folly peter thank you very much we'll see you later in the eighteen and news hour that's it for this news hour now just here to stay with us we've got plenty more world news coming up after it's a short break. they said what do you think of waterboarding i said i think we absolutely need it we should have it and if we can we should have people in power investigates the
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private companies and move will us towns and logically complicit in the illegal use of torture under interrogation the sun will rise once a day and sets are not a future in the hands of the cia you can make the sunshine or not rendition movies a tad caught on out as iraq. would result is one of nigeria's top tourist destinations but in the shadow of the mountain some nigerians continue an ancient tradition with child protection workers say condemns young girls to a life of slavery and sexual exploitation five year old miracle was buried for money just a few weeks ago joan leaves with some missionaries who says she's proved many marriages happen i couldn't reach it is a missionary or rescues goals the money goes to buy a get outrightly a local county one big truck a girl before she's born there what if it takes fourteen years even mondays the brothers constantly work to get their money wife
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a city defined by military occupation there's never been an arab state here at the capital of jerusalem everyone is welcome but this depĂ´t structure that meant there is because on a project that's what we defuse it was one of the founders of the settlement with this and the story of jerusalem through the eyes of its own people segregation occupation discrimination injustice this is apartheid in the twenty first century jerusalem a rock and a hard place on al-jazeera. israeli forces killed a palestinian teenager any injured two hundred forty four others during protests in gaza on the first anniversary of the great march of return demonstrations. which. you know i'm fully back to you watching al jazeera live from doha
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also ahead al-jazeera sees a draft of what arab league is granted to care after this summit in tunisia. a new report about the contents of a document that donald trump handed to kim jong un before their vietnam summit collapsed and cholera infections to bryce in fast in the muddy aftermath of psycho an ied i was on be. a teenager has been killed at least two hundred forty four palestinians injured during protests in gaza the seventeen year old was hit in the face with a tear gas canister fired by israeli forces tens of thousands gathered at the fence that separates gaza from israel to mark a year since the start of weekly protests known as a great march of return israeli soldiers have also fired live ammunition into the crowd on the gazan side and hundreds of people turned out for the funeral of
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mohammed saad the twenty one year old palestinian died on saturday after being shot while protesting near the barrier fence a day earlier palestinians are demanding the right to return to lands from which their families were violently expelled during the founding of israel in one nine hundred forty eight they also want an end to israel's twelve year old gaza al-jazeera as harry fossett how small from the gaza israel finds. this day of wide scale protests is now winding up here on the fence that separates israel from gaza and there was one fatality right here very close to us east of gaza city a young seventeen year old. amar who was struck directly in the face by an israeli tear gas canister and was killed but in general the level of violence was lower than what we've seen in recent similar scale protests over the last twelve months the palestinian protesters had been instructed by the organizing committee to
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refrain from fire from launching in century balloons or kites to stay back from israeli fire not to burn tires and by and large those instructions were observed there were instances of small groups of protesters running to the fence and throwing objects there was some blasts of the fence which would be in accordance with the kinds of i.d.'s are being used to the fence in the past and when that happened we did hear rounds of live ammunition being fired by the israelis however there was not as much live fire as we are used to hearing at these sorts of events so it does seem that both sides had been trying to pull back from the possibility of a major escalation around these protests at the same time as they are trying to through egyptian mediation reach a deal there were reports on friday nights about some of the details emerging from that deal the amount of money coming from qatar to hamas being raised from fifteen to forty million dollars
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a month guaranteed for the rest of the year desalination projects getting approval more electricity flowing in those kind of things from the israeli side they want calm on the border they want an end to rocket fire the gaza leader of hamas yassin was saying that these protests would continue until the end of the blockade but he was also saying that israeli crimes as he put them would be met with different measures. from here on so there is talk about the possibility of a deal being implemented hamas is said to want to implement a timetable to guarantee those concessions from israel perhaps as early as sunday so we wait to see how this deal will emerge given that today has passed without major confrontation yera hawaii is a writer and palestine policy fellow for the palestinian policy network she says people are desperate to see something come out of these rallies i think in the beginning they were
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a source of great inspiration to see such mass mobilization. and such bravery and courage from from so many people in gaza something really inspiring to see in a lot of palestinians felt proud connected to certainly at the beginning there was a lot of responses from palestinians in the milan and they were organized campaigns and protests in support of their brothers and sisters but i think now it's really become a manifestation of despair we have one year on hundreds of palestinians have been shot dead in cold blood thousands and thousands have been injured and the situation in gaza has not gotten better it's actually getting worse the siege is continuing now for twelve years and gaza has been occupied for over fifty and so actually i think now there is a great deal of desperation and despair al-jazeera has seen a draft of the communique that leaders will release after if it if arab league
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summit in tunis on sunday includes emphasizing the palestinian cause and stressing their opposition to the us recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital it also mentions a unified response to what's described as a tramp administration's an awful recognition of israeli sovereignty over the occupied golan heights as a latest emptiness. arab leaders are hitting back other trump administration's decision to recognize israel's occupation of the golan heights saying that this is a move that is void and violates international legality and the international law the draft community also says that the decision by the trump administration to recognize israel jerusalem as israel's capital is a wrong move which could further destabilize the region insisting that the only initiative that the arabs have presented to the israelis in two thousand and two is still on the table which says that they are of ready to recognize the state of
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israel but the israelis have to recognize the presence of an independent palestinian state with eastern jerusalem as its capital they're also asking the iranians to pull out their proxy fighters particularly in syria and yemen but they're not talking about the humanitarian crisis in the indiaman because of the presence of saudi arabia which is one of the key players in the arab league the most important or the highlight of the event could be this afternoon when the quarter meets on libya and this is a problem they want to bring that to narrow the differences between the two key players phases of asked by missile base in tripoli and renegade general highly for after based in the east despite attempts in the past to bring about a permanent solution to the crisis in libya but the government base in tripoli is lashing out of the international community and the u.n. in particular saying that they are trying just to further advance the agenda or have to hold many say is being used by countries like the u.a.e.
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and saudi arabia to advance their political agendas in libya millions of algerians have taken part in the largest nationwide anti-government protest so far they are demanding an overhaul of the entire political system imran khan is monitoring events from neighboring tunisia. the protests is a made their demands very clear they won't stop protesting until there is a complete change within the governance of algeria itself now there is a polls of the protests we're not seeing the kinds of numbers of people out on the streets as we did on friday and the reason for that poses is that there is traditionally been over the last six weeks a pause on a saturday but there is now a political development and that is the next went of article one zero two of the. constitution now that article suggests that the constitutional council can call for the removal of the president on health grounds as long as it's passed in parliament
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by a two thirds majority now the army who back. hoping that that might take some of the steam out of the protest movement of the protesters say it's not good enough the beautifully to leave office they need to be an entire change and all have his loyalists and everybody who is connected to the beautifully government needs to leave and there needs to be a radical overhaul of the algerian political system pope francis has arrived in morocco for a two day visit focusing on interfaith relations he was greeted by king mom of the six head of the roman catholic church is helping to improve dialogue between christians and muslims last month he became the first pope to set foot on the arabian peninsula when he visited the united arab emirates but there was a troubling incident along the motorcade route on in the city of a man was seen running towards a moroccan king's car security personnel scrambled to stop the man apprehending him . from the king. it was
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it was. britain's prime minister is reportedly considering a fourth attempt to get her e.u. withdrawal agreement through parliament waf ace in the risk of a potentially chaotic no deal breaks it in less than two weeks time politicians resound any rejected teresa mayes deal on friday although by a lower margin in the previous two votes her office has suggested that the government is at least heading in the right direction the withdrawal agreement allows for a long transition period giving people and businesses time to adjust to britain's departure. is at a protest in london where brics its supporters are furious that the u.k. didn't leave the e.u. on friday when it was supposed to. they're calling this the great great sit betrayal rally smaller numbers than on friday outside parliament but the same anger the protestors say that they were promised the u.k. would leave the european union on the twenty ninth of march the date subpoenaed gone and now with parliament due to consider indicative votes on other options for
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president no one really knowing what's going to happen they're extremely worried that either they'll be a big deal later breaks or that it might not happen and talk now to resume a has hinted that she might go for a general election to get out of the past and of course breaks it will feature heavily in campaigning that they could also be a participation by britain in the upcoming european parliament elections all that remains to be seen but for these activists they say that they're going to keep on the pressure so that the issue is front and center not just for parliament but around the country. australia is following you zealand's leads with plans to sampat violent content on social media sites after the christ church mosque attacks a new law proposed by the government will see social media companies find dan boss as potentially jailed for failing to remove violent material from their past forms
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quickly enough the new zealand shooting suspect is accused of uploading video of the rampage to facebook tramway it spread across scene to net they have a responsibility when i put these platforms in the public use to make sure this site and that they cannot be weaponized by terrorists. similarly they shouldn't be weaponized other forms of how they can affect the youngest of those around to see to die through to the my serious of criminal offenses and i have the technology to do this and i have the opportunity to do it and we're going to insist that i do it . the weather's next on al jazeera then what happen to this monitor full country with the u.k. deadlocked and ever more be to be divided over breakfast it will look at the damage being done to britain's image and how these cute grisly creatures are evolving to beat a contagious can set up threaten to wipe them out.

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