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tv   Jerusalem A Rock and a Hard Place 2019 Ep 1  Al Jazeera  April 2, 2019 4:00am-5:01am +03

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that the opposition c.h.p. has pulled ahead in the capital ankara with nearly fifty one percent of the vote it is the first time the ruling ak party has lost control of ankara since it was founded in two thousand and one or that it has vowed to challenge that result and it's an incredibly close race in istanbul with the c.h.p. barely ahead with forty eight point seven nine percent losing turkey's largest city and economic capital would be devastating for the ak party which says it may push for a recount of more than three hundred thousand votes but overall coalition though as the people's alliance is still dominant it's captured around fifty one point six percent of the vote nationwide while the opposition alliance a block the nation alliance is trailing a just over thirty seven point five percent well turkey's dazzling economic growth once kept in power but the country is now in recession and the currency has tumbled in value many say that is what has loosened the at parties grip on the nation jamal
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shell reports now from istanbul. after almost two decades of constant losses turkey's opposition finally has reason to celebrate. the people's republican party or c.h.p. won the mayoral position in the capital ankara it would seem is on course to come turn to stumble turkey's largest and most populous city. turkey be happy now let the stumble be happy and get back to normal we had seven elections in five years let's get back to work now and serve the people just as we start today we will run the city in a transparent fashion at every moment i'm doing this happily and i know that every part of the city belongs to sixteen million people. the party has won every male election in istanbul since one thousand nine hundred four it was the first major position held by roger urwin who used it to launch his political career nationally losing good. it is
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a personal blow to the president was asked every victory and every loss is the will of our nation and we have to accept this fact as a necessity of democracy we will admit that we want people's hearts in cities we won but we were not successful enough in cities we lost and we will act accordingly . despite the losses in some of the big cities like entirely and other not older ones parts he still managed to win more than hof the votes counted across the country and nationally it's retained the largest number of mayors true but the turkish people appear to have directed their frustration with the faltering economy and the ruling party which has led the country uninterrupted for seventeen years. what was promised on june twenty fourth was if you don't want the country to our economic problems vote for the presidential coalition led by the president. president out of one for the people have spoken i'm not here has
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a listen you know that things need to change and that he and his party must come up with solutions to fix the country's economy and address the concerns of those who didn't vote for the act party the opposition will now be tested to see if it can deliver better governance and the positions it won from the a.k.p. at a time when our once been accused of being autocratic sunday's elections are a demonstration that democracy is still very much alive and sarky. istanbul still ahead on the program the only suspect in custody for the killing of kim jong un's brother is to be freed in week solved at missing two unless such a large. earned a powerful rainstorm rips through nepal killing dozens of people under even hundreds without food and shelter.
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again undermined at the top stories on al-jazeera algeria's president of the disease beautifully has announced he'll step down by the end of his term on april twenty eighth bowing to weeks of mass protests and all of the pressure. british m.p.'s are voting once again on alternatives to prime minister trees amaze breck city which has been rejected by parliament three times the options include maintaining a customs union with the e.u. and holding a second referendum on any withdrawal deal. turkish president once ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities nearly all votes counted the opposition c.h.p.
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appears to have won in istanbul and ankara but that party says there have been voting irregularities. the trumpet ministration has directed customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern us border they're being moved to handle a surge of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally washington says it will also ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers to mexico castro is following that story from washington. this memo from u.s. homeland security secretary here's to nielsen says as many as seven hundred fifty u.s. border patrol agents may be reallocated from where they're currently position which maybe interior checkpoints are processing commercial trade to these hot spots right on the border where they're seeing an influx of central american families and unaccompanied minors crossing without authorization into the u.s.
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that number is that it is at an eleven year high in march and expected one hundred thousand people who are entering the u.s. in that manner to seek asylum from poverty and gangs in their home countries now because of this the border patrol has been complaining that they are overwhelmed that they're putting people under bridges processing them at a breakneck speed and having to free them at bus stops and other places just on the border streets of the u.s. in texas and in arizona and in california and nielsen is saying that this is going to redeploy those assets so that more border patrol agents are available to process this mass influx of people seeking asylum in the u.s. the second part of this announcement would be to expand the remain in mexico program which is very controversial because rather than allowing asylum seekers to wait the months or years that it takes for these. cases to be decided by
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a u.s. immigration judge they've been staying in the united states during this wait but now the trouble ministration is sending them to mexico a place that could be dangerous according to advocates for immigrants as well as possibly illegal international asylum laws says that these asylum seekers must be protected as their process continues. palestine is threatening to recall its ambassador surprise eloff the president jaya both sonora and else he was setting up a trade office with israel in jerusalem also now i was on a four day trip to israel on monday he visited the western world in occupied east jerusalem with prime minister benjamin netanyahu the brazilian leader has suggested he may follow the example of u.s. president donald trump who calls international outrage when he moved the american embassy to jerusalem palestine's a bus or to brazil says ball scenario also angered palestinians because he did not consider visiting them during his visit come and have killed at least fourteen
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farmers and farm workers in northwest and nigeria the killings in some far state full of the deaths of forty people in a similar attack in the region on saturday armed cattle rustlers and kidnapping gangs of believed to be responsible of miti dress has more from the capital of the church this is the latest in the round of violence sweeping northwest nigeria in particular exam for a state this a state that has been and are tied by what security forces here call bandits they've been running over our entire villages sucking entire communities tens of thousands of been displaced and they have also spread their tentacles not only in some forested but across most parts of northwest nigeria a cartoonist trade in some quarters stayed in other parts of the northwest and have also moved into unusually public one of the communities that was attacked or whether we can was in product on the border with new zero republic so the security
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forces here is specially the nigerian army which has been fighting so many battles across several states and nigeria has deployed there or why a year ago but these attacks still continue entire communities have been stopped and tens of thousands of people are now living in displaced persons comes across northwest nigeria. a cholera outbreak in the wake of cyclometer dian southeastern africa has claimed its first victim more than one thousand cases now record it the world health organization will begin a massive vaccination program on wednesday in the mozambican city of barrow one of the worst hit places like on a dime has contaminated water supplies creating conditions for cholera to spread when eight hundred people were killed by the storm the figure rescuers say is likely to rise as receding floodwaters uncover ortiz a powerful rain storm has swept across southern nepal tearing down houses and flipping cars and trucks at least thirty one people known to have been killed the rescue and recovery crews have yet to reach some remote areas from nepal's pass the
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district to be mistrust of reports. telephone poles snapped like toothpicks collapsed homes vehicles overturned sunday night storm left a trail of destruction in the parser districts of so there are no power. as well as the dead and injured government ministers say at least one hundred thousand the pallies are affected by. the doctor in charge of this hospital and garces says he's lucky to have survived my vehicle i was on the road in the bus in front of me flipped i had to do c.p.r. on people on the road many people here have paid in jews and many have broken their arms and legs doctors here have been working around the clock and patients who sustained more serious injuries were taken to other hospitals some to the capital katmandu. the storm hit around seven thirty in the evening just around dinner time
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the fierce winds brought down many of the words and mud houses some almost like matchsticks crushing people and trapping them in detail about prime minister has visited some patients. was sick set up an interview process if you will second string theory because the doctor said there was not going to tell you i think that if. there was ever a living link or beds available think that being the burning was your gut then security forces have been mobilized to help rescue operations and local groups have started to distribute aid including food and medicine many here are still recovering from the shock and the force of a storm never seen in their lifetimes swedish russia out of the destructive power of the enemy's woman accused of murdering the health brother of north korea's leader in kuala lumpur airport could be released next month
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a malaysian course has drops the murder charge against want hall after she pleaded gill. lesser offense should be released early due to the time she's already serves or as louis reports from column a pool. i don't own just over a month long will be free the vietnamese charged with killing kim jong nam the half brother of north korean leader kim jong un in february two thousand and seventeen has accepted a plea deal she pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of causing harm and has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison she would have faced a mandatory death sentence had she been found guilty of murder in the no event and i hope that my daughter will be released in a month i'll be very happy or once case is similar to city i shot her indonesian kohak used prosecutors dropped charges against city last month without saying why the indonesian government later revealed that its officials had lobbied malaysian
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authorities believing city had been used as a tool by north korean intelligence for north korean men who fled the country hours after the killing have also been charged but their whereabouts remains a mystery you know mediation of iraq we see that justice must be done. and he also said before it's logical that a real assistance and effective form of koreans just plain and emphasising the must be brought to justice north korea has denied any involvement in the murder lawyers for the two women have always maintained they was indeed scapegoats it's very likely that no one else will ever stand trial for the murder of kim jong un the four north korean men are still at large despite an interpol red notice equivalent to an international arrest warrant florence louis al-jazeera kuala lumpur. facebook has removed hundreds of fake counseling to india's two main political parties for quotes in authentic behavior india is due to the polls in ten days time to elect
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a new parliament the majority of the accounts deleted willing to india's opposition congress party counselling to pakistan's military have also been taken down as there is there's jamail has more from you today. out of the seven hundred or so accounts that have been taken down most were seen as supporting the opposition congress party now facebook denies that they're targeting them specifically but only fifteen or so belong to or were rather supporting the governing b j p now if you look in a different way the number of followers it does paint a little bit of a different picture those seven hundred or so counts the poor in the governing b j p added up to about two hundred thousand followers in total those fifteen pages or so that support of the governing b j p have two and a half million followers now the inauthentic behavior you spoke about facebook says that that's the reason that those fake accounts were taken down not the content
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they posted per se but that could mean that these were fake accounts or that they were bots ones that automatically post pages or links now the congress party says that none of the part pages taken down actually belong to them but that could just mean that they belong to supporters the b j p on the other hand hasn't commented on the pages supporting them this issue of fake news has been spreading on social media and messaging applications particularly whatsapp which is owned by facebook some of the more recent and biggest fake news stories have been the ones on calvin july auntie's stories about the slaughtering of cows an animal considered sacred by too many here in india which has led to attacks on minorities as well has been the targeting of kush marries in february and march following the suicide bombing of indian troops in question here back in february india hospital said on intelligence gathering satellite into orbit the end of the night lifted off along with twenty eight smaller ones from the srihari site indian space scientists announced last
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week that they had successfully tested a missile to shoot down satellites much to the consumer of china and pakistan and did some scientists say india's developing technology is yes another one step towards the militarization of space. time to tell you that we can you can find out much more about that story many that we're covering by going to our website quick plug for the website usually dresses al-jazeera dot com al-jazeera dot com your latest international news and sport. under mind of the top stories on al-jazeera algeria's president abdelaziz bouteflika has vowed to weeks of mass protests and army pressure and on saying he'll step down before the end of his term this month the president's office put
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out a statement saying the ailing eighty two year old will resign before the twenty eighth of april but it's not clear if that will satisfy protest is he wants a new generation of leaders to replace of ruling elite they accuse of being corrupt secretive and out of touch as there as iran cult has more. throughout this crisis which is last for about six weeks now the government have tried measures to try and take the wind out of the cells of this protest movement in the first weeks they were saying oh we're going to look at everything we're going to listen to your demands that wasn't enough and then they changed the prime minister that wasn't enough and now overnight we had this huge cabinet reshuffle twenty two members changed overnight however the hard core of the beautifully supporters remain in positions m.p.'s in the u.k. all voting once again. to prime minister trees amazed which has been rejected by parliament three times
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a use alternative proposals also rejected by parliament last week but four of them all think again they include maintaining a customs union with the e.u. and holding a second referendum on any withdrawal of deal. turkey's president. ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all the votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won in istanbul and ankara but the act party says there were voting irregularities and it will appeal against the results that we see the election a referendum on a government which has been battling a recession. the trump administration has directed customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern us border they're being moved to handle a surge of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally washington says it will also ramp up its efforts to return a sign of seekers to mexico. and those are the latest headlines coming next the
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stream looks at how religious communities hail in the aftermath of talks to stay with us. hi for me ok and you're going to scream today at how a faith community is healing of the off the mouth of white nationalists fina i'm really could be louder we host an interfaith panel of survivors from three of these communities to learn how their congregations are fairing after her ific a tux. fifty
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muslims in christchurch new zealand were killed last month when a white supremacist opened fire jane congregational press at two mosque the instant once again highlighted the threat of white nationalist violence a minority faith communities in the west similar attacks also happened a places of worship in canada's québec city in twenty seventeen and in pittsburgh pennsylvania in twenty eighteen but these communities refused to give in to hate and fear standing together worldwide and sharing lessons in the aftermath of tragedy here now to tell us about how their communities have been doing since these attacks in montreal media serves a spokeswoman for the national council of canadian muslims rabbi chuck diamond is the former rabbi of the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh pennsylvania and in hamilton new zealand a man is the spokeswoman for the islamic women's council of new zealand welcome all of you to the stream thank you hello everybody very much i want to show you something that caught our eye as we were just following what was happening in new
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zealand new zealand is not in the headlines right now international headlines but we got this on twitter as an update from the scene out saturday he's the father who was shot multiple times a long feast daughter in the new zealand mosque terrorist attack this sentence has stands out to me don't forget us from your prayers and then was seem like she doesn't update this have a listen to part of the update from his hospital bed no less i own. thank you very much the prayers that i have i'm slightly getting very perturbed day by time. after. the shootings that i have in my body and my head and stomach will get better. soon. because. last one or tyler got. me out of the supreme court and string so i have from you
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guys so the world may not be following quite as closely anymore but there's a little healing still happening in new zealand not just in terms of physical healing but also a mental healing can you describe what that's like for us. but you've been a storm very french for us we had our national memorial service on friday and i went down to a team there and met with some of the families and the grief was still very fresh. you can tell that is the families that are devastated at the community that still in shock. has been so much work to do it in the aftermath with the funerals with the training up of the mosque it's only need visitors across the country to musts around the country we've just had streams of new zealanders coming to pay their
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respects and to show solidarity and support and there's technology energy from the community which means that i feel like we haven't yet had time to process the tragedy and i think there will still be coming for a lot of those they're malays and also for the rest of us as a community is you say the news is starting to die down and we start getting back to our regular routines. yes. you mentioned the solidarity and the support there and it brings into the suite that we got from community members and several people had the same thought the same wavelength the hendy says this is the real tragedy was the news it was elan terrorist attack but the management of the whole situation is top notch by the country and its prime minister very commendable and a template on crisis management rabbi i'm actually going to get this one to you because when you look at this tragedy and how it was responded to by authorities
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and by other community members what did that evoke for you yeah well first of all i want to say i don't want to stop this jewish kid from its purpose with you my thoughts are with you and my prayers are with you for what we call the refuse a complete full recovery as far as your question goes yes it's a model and i wish our leadership here in the united states it's could have set the standard but i think they felt a little bit sure i was very precise there's even the prime minister came out right away to say the right things and they took action on gun control right away and there's no hemi in our heart and i stand in awe of that i have to say let me just show you a little tape of just the prime minister often easier than a day off that attack happened have a look because you see him and it is you know i think it's great and we i mean i
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think and hungry. and so i've been very very me thinks of loving of course on half a billion humans to all of you this is not you. the only pair of infinite information we have seen are the power of. critical three things out there is medium and. comportment thing. but nothing that made up what we are or is moving in and. razia the artist yes that's what if i get are does it say that art is that they get up and say that directly as a manager yes or that this is not us it's not of us. that i wish to get as i as you see it sort of touches a sore point with me that our national leaders could do the same thing. and i think
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it's very helpful to the healing of the community involved let me just remind our audience that that asked me guessing three different parts of the world reza you in canada and of course the québec city shooting was it was horrific and you remember it very clearly leadership in this situation how does that help with recovery. it's an essential component of healing and we saw that in. canada from our premier and our government at the federal level premier trudeau in in their initial response i still would agree with rabbi track that new zealand really paved the way of what leadership looks like in that crisis and the gestures and outpouring of like just human compassion that really is essential so starting that healing so we saw that in canada we saw that in the back unfortunately wasn't long lived because of the political dynamic that we have here in quebec so we made progress on some fronts but we still have a lot of work to do to start that healing process i think many of the muslim
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community members here and kept back are still processing that trauma and i would don't think that healing process has been where we'd like it to be because of the slum of flowbee and the climate that continues to lee is very present and come back . when you talk about this idea of processing trauma you share what you feel you you are comfortable sharing what does that actually mean for those of us who have not been in a tragedy where something is coming in to our place of worship to our friends. so i do want to just let the listeners and viewers know that so i and i wasn't there in quebec city but i was in montreal and i did attend the funeral of the three men that were killed immediately so but i think the shock was also real for us and to be so close in proximity to that and you know what's really interesting or unfortunate for people who go through that term magic experience is
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that you're you know there's a part of the brain that just goes off that alert you and really sets you in panic mode and i have to be honest i feel like a lot of us have not been able to get out of that panic mode because very soon after very islamophobia and team muslim bills were introduced so i don't think the community really got to you know have those conversations that would allow us to never to say that we will never see this again or that this is not welcome back stands for i think unfortunately the rhetoric that we're seeing is really showing us that this is a global problem just a couple days ago the foreign minister of canada was at the u.n. and i just want to read her statement she said that she called for global efforts to combat white supremacy and i think just seeing what happened in new zealand it's quite clear that this is it was meant to have a global reaction and i think we're going to enter a new fear and. you know i think we took some comfort from it
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for us the people that died in masham's that. guaranteed here. dying is always a terrible thing but they died and i'm act of worship and a place of worship but even so. spiritual loss of people is huge and we were a lot of community leaders within christchurch that were part of their being a piece also of this work of the ram building our leadership again building up the leadership team obviously is a lot of. the streets in trauma around going back to the mosque that was the same of such a horrific. incident so we know that there's a lot of work to do that will you know and the fact that we've had such widespread support the jewels all across the country. my inbox just flooded with messages and
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i know that. the country at the same. it really helps to be out of the country is beside us but of course and time goes on those are the voices of dissent and negativity stet come up and we have been saying to our country that we need you there for the alarm tim we know that you've been here with us straight in the aftermath and some poor and but we need you here for the long term to make some significant changes my dream. is i thought i started as a. i'm embarrassed in a way because when i wrote you don't go back i remember reading something that the paper but since we were i think experienced it at home my reactions were there's so much there for i feel like i was there. in the mosques and the attack on the mosque was an attack once again on an os on our last and
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we have to be sensitive to it i have to say the local leadership your district has been fantastic and you're right it's a long term process you know prayers and thoughts are good in the short term perhaps so many politicians send their prayers and thoughts but it's time for action with unites us three of us sitting here is that our communities have been the victims of hate crimes and i think there's more that unites us as the vice us and i really hope that it again that we. hope that we can move into the future and that we can make a difference and maybe i'll dress up a little later in some way to make their full grab i actually want to play a comment from someone who is a victim of a similar attack who talks about just that so let's head right there because this is a comment we got from her deep thing kelly guy who is that a survivor of the wisconsin sikh temple shooting and his father was one
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of the victims who died in that attack here's what he told a stream. such a girl and greetings were an august fifth two thousand and twelve it white supremacist gunman walked into our place of prayer and took the lives of six beautiful souls bungee cord progressing room do you think she could sing so vague sing and my father said one thing and that day moving forward we had a choice to make how do we respond to he when he attacks of our most vulnerable. we chose to respond with love and compassion and stay true to our ideals six now that now just because there is a bond is for the couple our meaning we shall be relentlessly optimistic for the peace and prosperity of all mankind and i'm sure in a new future where love is the ideal the streaker. so razia he explained to her how his community responds to hate but he mentions white supremacy
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and the white supremacist who was the gunman behind that how do you take that on what is your community in the communities and about doing what are they doing so. like i mention and just for the viewers who are not to mayors in combat right now there's a bill being proposed to ban religious symbols specially targeting muslim women so they would be banned from positions of authority like teachers judges and police officers and just yesterday we had a town hall that members from the jewish community from the catholic community and the muslim community has devolved so my message there and which i continue to give is a message of hope i firmly believe that you know this is happening for a reason and that it's up to our generation to finally put a stop to this in the muslim tradition there's a saying by the prophet muhammad peace be upon him where he says you know how beautiful is the affair of the believer for everything for him is good and i truly believe that you know it's apt to us to rise up to this occasion and finally you
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know come up with this long term strategies set up. see this is an opportunity to set up advocacy centers and build those bridges and we've been seeing that it's created this sense of urgency that i haven't seen in this community and i've been here for the last ten years so you know you have activity of the lawyers you have religious congregation and leadership coming together on their own time and just really working around the clock to make sure that you know that support is there that our voices are united and loud and that's been so hopeful and i'm you know i do think this is a new wave that we're going to see here in the back row by the truly live synagogue has been so proactive in terms of how they deal with this situation what services are available to people how can we stop this from happening again can you take us through that because that is absolutely action after a tragedy. well there's different in the short term. i think that the focus has to be on the families of the victims and the survivors and they have to go through
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their mourning period. yes it's still fresh but i have to tell you five plus months down the road it's still fresh for us here in pittsburgh. i like the term we let mostly optimistic like that a lot that we we want hope is the message and we have what's called give you lose custody a mass of loving kindness and i think that's been a focus here in pittsburgh to help us to help all aspects of our community who have come together the islamic center raise hundreds of thousands of dollars here in pittsburgh for the tree of life tree a life congregation has is that raising thousands of tens of thousands of dollars to help our brothers in new zealand so we have to use the community resources that are available and there are many available we can't be afraid to go for help if we need help and we have to be vigilant it are keeping an eye on our friends and neighbors we have to have their back and we have to realize we have to raise above
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the rise above their hatred and we have to work together to make a better world again it's optimistic and like again we have to be relentless there's our own ism because i feel that then we can make it and that's really important and i think often now communities. sometimes the is the notion that faith should help us get through it but sometimes faith that's the main now and that national that you said about asking for help and getting specialist support i mean these families the big interest something extraordinary and stored in nearly tremendous and so we need to create that environment where it's ok to say seek spiritual comfort and seek spiritual guidance but get professional help when you need it the other thing that i too want to say around this conversation is that song poured out that the full burden of dealing with racism and bigotry doesn't put
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on the communities that are the target of but often leave the least resourced in. you know the various marginalization is make it that much harder and yes we do and we will reach out as much as we can but we need the wider community to be stepping up here and that's something that i have been saying to new c.e.o. media is actually racism is your problem to solve and you need to be stepping up you need to be putting in the resources we need to be dealing with some structural issues. fans like algorithms that are designed for profit or wealthier people that are being developed. without any democratic process because the being developed i want to now these social media companies that would giants that have huge power we need to start putting some of these fundamental on structural bones that requires the well result in really widespread support throughout the community and
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many and i just wanna get in there because you're a so many interesting points there and one of your earlier points was that people should seek help if they need it because we had a lot of community members say they rely on their strength to get through these times and they know that if they do die in prayer then that is a blessed death for them and yet there is fear there's this tweet from nor who says this attack was something that brought the commune. together although i think people are quick to forget the long term impact i know of parents being afraid to send their children to friday prayers and a friend of mine had a panic attack when he went to go pray that friday this is in the muslim tradition she's speaking of and so but that in mind i want to direct our attention to another attack this is the buzz feed news headline california mosque was set on fire and graffitied with christ church mosque attack references we have a video comment from a member of that mosque who talks to us about the heightened sense of fear and tension his community is feeling helpless that i held
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a interfaith vigil. interfaith and secular collaboration in honor of the lives lost in new zealand one week later the following sunday someone tried to burn down one of our mosques here the brothers came outside and they put out the fire really fast and they noticed on the on the ground that there was a hate message and it was referencing the new zealand attack law enforcement was called they came in and determined it to be a hate crime and in the tempted arson as you can imagine the the muslim community here was on age they were looking over their shoulder they were heightened alert in which they should be and which we should be everywhere given this growing spread of islamophobia so grazia he went on to tell the stream authorities have been outside of their mosque and are trolling it and he really thinks mayors and local officials for giving that increased security for the community but. your take on that is that
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necessary is that what what it's going to have to become the norm now. it's kind of like what rabbi chuck was saying that there's a long term strategy and there's a short term and so i was going to highlight just the points and made some of the immediate responses actually i would say so media i mean two years later we've seen from the government here in canada they just released a budget for this year where they're going to be providing there's going to be funds and resources for mosques dealing with security there's also funding that's being put into research more all right groups online and we know that you know the trauma didn't begin on january twenty ninth when the shooting happened in the new zealand shouldn't happen when the center gaga these were things that were already happening on a micro level on the dated these were extreme versions of what day to day racism in encounters that you know many visible minorities are dealing with so it's really important to research what are the patterns that we're seeing that lead to these
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such acts so it was commendable to see the governments putting funds into that they're going to be researching and looking into the you know the radicalization of these individuals and what what components are feeding into that. have created our own little community here are a little community of people who are grieving and recovering at the same time what do you want to ask of a razia or the rabbi because of your situation in using them what can they help you with. what would be useful of what measures. could you take to bring communities to give up a bit long term. impact and what changes we want to make. well the new york community thought that meanly made a positive difference to those community rabbi hillel ok thank you but i'll get i'm not sure long term five months of montrose law firm is longer term than
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a month or two i think that. the community has come together and has seen the attack as i've mentioned that it's an attack on all those regardless of religion regardless of nationality we gardeners of color and i think it becomes of part of the fabric of the community so that's what we do we get up the next day and we move forward but now our history is a little bit different and when somebody mentions pittsburgh as i mentioned christ church you know or come back city people will think of these horrific actions so it's a matter of the community coming together being there for each other there have been a number of community of events. in support raising money it's. acts of healing for the people who are suffering and will continue to suffer on the politicians in pittsburgh have the she hated my guns and the city i don't know if
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politically that's going to work or not but at least it's an action to say we hear you we want to be there for you and we want to take some action and i think you're right we can't forget about these things they have to be part of who we are i hate to see where our sanctuaries are taken away from us i've talked to people from different religions there are some who scared to go into church they went to church they're watching the door the scene everybody comes in and it's. it's just a sad state of affairs however again i think the final message is we have to be optimistic and we have to continue to help each other and work together rabbi m. and at the end of this program but we're not at the end of your journey into recovery thank you so much for sharing your perspectives from new zealand from the u.s. from canada three communities how they are recovering from
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in a nation reeling from decades of violence. on the reasons already from the restrained callen international team of pilots get this man's dream off the ground put means over babylon on al-jazeera. hello i'm barbara starr in london these are the top stories on al-jazeera algeria's president of the lizzie's beautifully guy has two weeks of mass protests and army pressure announcing that he'll step down before the end of his term this month the president's office has put out a statement saying the ailing eighty two year old will resign before the twenty
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eighth of april but it's unclear if that will satisfy protesters who want a new generation of leaders to replace a ruling elite that they accuse of being corrupt secretive and out of touch let me assure she is a journalist based in algiers she says the resignation will not be enough for the millions of people who have been out on the streets. of the president's call for the continuity was to institutions and if not i would just say it's against what the people have been asking for because you know the continuity means that the country will go in smoothly and you know we need to end this transitional period anybody can be against that what people are against is the regime and what we need by the regime and that is not only the president but everybody around the presidency and everybody connected to the president. the resignation of the president that we're expecting any time now so unconfirmed reports are saying that
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tomorrow could be the day but we don't know but anyway he will resign before the twenty eighth of april but that is not enough their resignation is not nearly enough to appease the anger of the people. throughout this crisis which is last for about six weeks now the government have tried measures to try and take the wind out of the cells of this protest movement in the first weeks they were saying oh we're going to look at everything we're going to listen to your demands that wasn't enough and then they changed the prime minister that wasn't enough and now overnight we had this huge cabinet reshuffle twenty two members changed overnight however the hard core of the beautifully supporters remain in their positions. m.p.'s in the u.k. have finished voting on alternatives to to reason may's breaks a deal which has been rejected by parliament three times eight alternative proposals were also rejected by parliament last week but four of them are being put
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to m.p.'s again the options include maintaining a customs union with the e.u. and holding a second referendum on any withdrawal deal the votes are not legally binding. the turkish president threats of typing out of the hands ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all of the votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won in istanbul and ankara but the ak party says there have been voting irregularities and will appeal against the results government have killed at least fourteen farmers and farm workers in north western one geria the killings in zamfara state follow the deaths of forty people in a similar attack in the region on saturday acquitted risk has more now from the capital of. this is the latest in the round of violence sweeping northwest nigeria in particular out of the zone for a state this a state that has been and are tied by what security forces here called bandits
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they've been running over our entire villages psyching entire communities tens of thousands of been displaced and they have also spread their tentacles not only in some forested but across most parts of northwest nigeria a cartoonist state in such a state in other parts of the northwest and have also moved into an agenda probably one of the communities that was attacked all of the weekend was in fact on the border with michelle republic so the security forces here is specially the nigerian army which has been fighting so many battles across several states in nigeria has deployed that all but a year ago but these attacks still continue entire communities have been stopped and tens of thousands of people are now living in displaced persons comes across northwest nigeria. the truth administration has directed customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern u.s. border to be moved to handle a surge of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and to stop
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them from trying to enter the u.s. . those are the headlines coming up next it sounds as they were investigating how to sell. in episode two with how to sell a message of polina hanson's one nation party is in america. that will sure if. they're in search of millions of dollars from the u.s. company it's a sort of number you guys think i'm to get ten obs one. they want the cash to buy control of democracy in a stranger yet you. care. we have a health. care test that got you know ahead of every different side the only way
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for us to stay free is by having whatever cuts down cuts. one should use coached by the national rifle association on how to make history and spawn leave they need more guns now to break down the narratives that people react to gun is it make it is something you need to go. to jail shooting. we need to have every single school in america look me in the deployment next program and by that. i mean armed security more guns more guns changing change. you want to put messaging out there will be people out here now even at your stand one nation one state mission to america to be kept secret. to the public eye over to those are people that work for odd looking up a new. thing that they needed but i think it may be about this something that you
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felt. and they visit one of america's wealthiest political donors month in china a couple of months ago we have eight weeks of momentum revulsion on a tough spot. previously in the how to sell a massacre i would say that just released one nation party arrives in the u.s. capitol but a very busy way coming up. a mission to make friends in america's multi-billion dollar gun industry and to source millions in political donations while they're at it. for the country. one nation has asked this man roger to help set up key meetings in washington. roger is the public face of gun rights astray an organization calling for the
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loosening of strict gun laws live. it if you're a person or a meeting the first day and you're making a spread his gun laws would tide following a message or in the town of port arthur a gunman killed thirty five people with an eye out fifteen assault rifle. automatic and semiautomatic guns were banned in a strange year in what became known as the national firearms agreement hundreds of thousands of guns were destroyed since not in ninety six and zero mass shootings people would not mind if you silence instruct. the n.r.a. fees that are strenuous lose mains by american politicians to follow suit it's the left wing anti gunners who literally point to australia using the mainstream media as the shining model as to why we need gun bans and gun confiscation raja's connections to the us gun lobby have led to one nation's in
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a circle. the party's chief of staff james ashby hopes gun lobby donations can lead one nation to electoral victory. it would be and you know. if we took to see you in law you know how to get to them in. you a twenty you're on a lot of house and afterwards you don't know that. it gets yeah i. wrote the book. but roger isn't who he claims to be is working undercover for me peter charlie. i'm a reporter from al-jazeera is investigative unit we created gun registration as a front to infiltrate the pro-gun lobby and to understand how they operate a guy's yeah right i want to hear louisville and there are a conference they soliciting the season. over three years roger filmed with
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concealed cameras. can you go the hundreds of hours of hidden camera recordings. and yeah you. can out of those already been like well i work. at the hotel in washington d.c. the one nation delegation relaxes with roger as it prepares for potentially game changing meetings with the gun lobby. and they happy that the media is well out of sight. a little bit but i doubt the truth about saturday and i'm not i'm going to do it and see that's why you get up so much like you know it's tough you know all this of. james ashby is
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a key political strategist and chief of staff for the right wing party. he wants the n.r.a. to provide one nation with its electoral clout and know how to value their jobs or lose or rather. that's one stock to up to to behave himself. very. developed this week for folks who. are going to. his colleague steve dixon dreams about what he do with lots of money living like a drug lord with an arsenal of guns. i'm going to look at what you are veterans and you are not the ones twenty progress on the ship that we went. right through to get very into a. lovely young and everything but this that's what they did if they felt it should stop it and we can protect themselves just because. dixon leads one nation in the
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is trillion state of queensland and is a candidate for the senate in the upcoming federal election. he has played a key role in helping reshape one nation's firearms policy. we have a policy in life it's what he wants what plan to make things better for registered shooters want to. found fence vote on said. we're on your sawed we want you to be alpha shooting the best that you can. in an interview for the gun rights astray your website the one nation party leader said today's gun laws make the innocent move on rable only just taking a nap and dancing to fatten gin paypal or actually allowing for most to actually have firearms. for years pauline hanson has been pushing a populist anti immigration agenda. i believe we are in danger of being swamped by
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asians. her publicity stunts including wearing a burka to poem and have led to accusations of racism because this is not. what should belong in this column and. everyone now and female should have some knowledge and have a handle a fire. i have to protect themselves because i don't trust our government's failure to do it for us. what do we say here it would probably translate their we say that the right to protect and defend yourself is a god given right. the one nation visitors a being schooled in public relations by the n.r.a. is media liaison team. just for him mortenson of his an argument for gun ownership that can be used beyond the united states the right to protect and defend yourself exactly now despite his constitutes believe doesn't come from that
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constitutes deterrence just guarantees us but it can to god. if your it person or so you share as a right it's a god given right. one of the p.r. team's biggest challengers is how to respond to a mass killing. the biggest one in recent years was the newtown shooting where the little children that shot at an elementary school. there's somebody shooting in here did you know. i had like seven loud booms and it didn't he just told us to go in the corner and. everywhere you go on who you. really did children are pronounced dead at the school there were two they were transported to area hospitals were pronounced dead at area hospitals. and. people had no asking when there will be a debate about america's gun laws. the press was how he and how he this
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organization or somehow he would make a statement like common maker common law right that's what the end and the organization what they'll be debate will be delayed the n.r.a. will say this is not the time to talk about it of the twenty six murdered at the sandy hook elementary school twenty with children aged six and seven the gunman used an fifteen assault rifle near the chechen anybody who went on the ground mr martin has closed the door and he went to the corner first graders. and no time. every time i think about those kids it gets me mad. and then decisions like responding on this kind of shooting are happening at the very highest level and they were not responding not responding. whilst some of tried to exploit tragedy for political gain. we have remained respectively
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silent. and then when lucky air held a news conference in which he basically said we're holding pla we're not going to cave in. now you must speak. for the safety of our nation's children. titian's passed laws for gun free school zones they post signs advertising. and in doing so. they tell every insane killer in america. that schools are the safest place to inflict maximum am with minimum risk. however nation's priorities gotten so far out of order. our society is populated. by an unknown number of genuine monsters.
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people that are so doraine so evil so possessed by voices and driven by demons that no sane person can ever possibly comprehend. when we're not here to the press conference i thought they're going to come out and say this is a mental health problem in the n.r.a. recognizes that and we are going to put in one hundred million dollars into mental health research and supporting mental health services so the wrong people don't get guns. we need to have every single school in america immediately deploy a protection program proven to war and by that. i mean armed security more guns more guns more guns ching ching ching ching ching say you can say it's not it's so sick. because people die.
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and already reacts to criticism by trying to generate positive stories about come under should it till one nation that the first step is to co-opt willing reporter. you know somebody who maybe at least your son i worked at a newspaper maybe was over in city hall or prior were. lost oh sod it fuzzes feeding reporters information they need to run down princely stories. little or no stories about people who were robbed at or be beat whatever might be that good bit of how they got it done and that's going to be the first words and that's where his daughter is going to go to buy louis. to make sure you set up let's carry a pro-gun mysie each week and i raised to go scribes articles for them. will pinch guest columns in the local papers a lot of times we'll write down for like
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a local sheriff in wisconsin or whatever and we'll drafted or she will help us draft it we'll do a lot of the leg work because these people are busy and this is our job so we'll help them and then they'll submit it with their name on it so that it looks organic you know that it's coming that you know that we will have a role behind us. and again it will be fine it's been validated to me this is for many years is the arms innocence stories these are our own members might send us the news but from their local t.v. station where students uses a firearm protect themselves or something else. we start crediting a vigilant gun owner with saving the life of an upper darby cop and if it wasn't for the good samaritan stepping forward he'd have been dead meat. these are little storage and there are little. sure one cashier at
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a local convenience store i just fire on like protecting style. these stories happen every single week and you'll never hear about them from gun grabbers when you see these stories sheriff. those are good because they're short and they kind of get you outraged calling it outrage of the week. exploring. we're back again there are. two astronomers are coming into the house but that's. every time there's a story there about the games coming up with baseball this thing which you put out there maybe a tweet or facebook voters or whatever are not allowed to own their home to defend their. guns save lives gun control does not that's despicable in the same way to back going to street told you you're not going to get
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cancer if you smoke my cigarettes they lied to you and we know they lied to you. and you want to quit messaging out there don't you people out getting mad easy to understand the n.r.a. till one nation to engage members with a simple message that exploit anger and fear when you start talking about issues that get too complicated and think too hard i lost them today to get to like the american five of my thoughts we all get out but that's easy. this threat is really our leaders are either in cheap or unwilling to protect you there is no better fire on the from their homes against realistic threats than a ar fifteen semiautomatic it's easy to learn and easy to use it's accurate and true ally. why can some and they are fifty.
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you can't legally own a tank in america you can't legally own r.p.g. you can't legally own a nuclear weapon why do we have restrictions on the. we can never say well it's ludicrous we never say it's a gun it's all right it's a right old. firearm you think it's that. weapon. it's dangerous but when you look at a us i assault rifles. for people drowning pool. and they are fifty is one of the most effective tools available to protect yourself and your family get trained and learn how to use it your safety is in your hands. a r fifteen is the weapon of choice for a mass shooter and that weapon should not be on the streets of this country. the same weapon used next to presume use next to a tank next to r.p.g.
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in war m sixteen a r fifteen the same weapon one can shoot faster with the trigger held down when you've got to pull one hundred times in a minute the bullets the same the damage the same the brazed a blow out is the same the heart that explodes is the same the bullet it's it the organs that separate are the same. let's look at the gun still. there and don't. call him a minute ago and. dixon till's a salesman that semiautomatic weapons including the fifteen were confiscated in a strange year following the port arthur massacre zero. zero. zero zero zero zero a lot of this war. on terror that are out
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there on. the floor of. the salesman had his own story about johns and politics what we've seen with getting elected into office deals if there has been a rise of nut jobs like there's a lot more scary people on the burning cross not of people that think whether it's true or not they feel like they're in a much more than believe political climate so they're coming out of the woodwork staring a lot of. the holes frightened. who feel by john's the whole they want comes. here already a lot more than buying guns for the first time we're getting really you know buyers might already buyers we got a lot more they'll be too cute. as our recognizing are you going to they're in more danger they. are exactly themselves not in unity. national not in. my gun corner my good eye. on.
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dixon meets a woman whose experience he believes will resonate in a stray you decide exactly under god in school. he later recounts his story which he thinks could be used to inspire women to themselves back on. she got one hundred by a documentary have to. be a little bit all of. this is there if you give me and but that's not on. that particular family. we were if you'd like. to tell me if they. were going to that. you know. and the couple roger discovers that the fear of being attacked even obsesses members of the n.r.a.
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. better be pretty damn hot. water. weapons in case the guy gets. very dark. brandy graham is a senior federal lobbyist for the n.r.a. . she fears her office will be still going to come in how difficult. if they don't think then you're the person who didn't have arms because you're unstable why would you want to or are mad when you think this they did it that would be crazy to you. and really matter to grow out of men or women you want to use the going to. graham says she feels vulnerable wherever she goes when i get on a plane of the earth meaning you go down one three and i meet again and when i know you are out. safely back but there are weird i might know that i'm going to
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get. back out. the next just an asian for the one nation team is an organization representing gun manufacturers in america. they discuss their constant battle against anti gun campaigners. i get out the trench. larry keane is the senior vice president of the national shooting sports foundation . you chant your image. dixon says they need to work together to combat the rise of political correctness for throwing out our troops killing a culture of islam. that the series. has said the republic of.
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us are all that were. true that. the organization includes gun makers retailers and distributors. if you can. even get those people to burn it just fits for the kids. the foundation sees women as a key to making guns more acceptable. it was ok with. them they were with them and it's not was against you that's just something that's like that's why it. must. be a lot you know you gotta get. yeah it's a mosque. in town too one nation lays out a strategy for how to introduce off the gun that was in
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a stray you. didn't want you to. that's how it's that you have three lawyers or if it's been used to the private. and county leader pulling hansen talks about going to america herself to meet gun lobby contacts i'm going to write it. off yeah. she chipped strongman is ruling within a fire and faced and the silence from his allies is deafening the u.s. was perfectly happy. trade off the mark for sea for security while western leaders turning a blind eye when even the citizens have fallen victim to his repression executions torture censorship is not acceptable and you won't hear such strong words from
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let's say berlin or paris or london man in cairo on al-jazeera on counting the cost we look at what's holding in the knees here back from becoming a two trillion dollar economy as the world's biggest democracy gets ready to vote whose financing politics india and mexico's government is axing social programs for the country's poorest but so why counting the cost. hello i'm barbara starr in london these are the top stories on al-jazeera algeria's president have been aziz but the freak out has two weeks of mass protests and army pressure announcing a step down before the end of his term this month the president's office has put out a statement saying the ailing eighty two year old will resign before the twenty eighth
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of april but it's unclear if that will satisfy protesters who want the new generation of leaders to replace a ruling elite that they accuse of being corrupt secretive and out of touch throughout this crisis which has lost it for about six weeks now the government have tried measures to try and take the wind out of the cells of this protest movement in the first weeks they were saying no we're going to look at everything we're going to listen to your demands that wasn't enough and then they changed the prime minister that wasn't enough and now overnight we had this huge cabinet reshuffle twenty two members changed overnight however the hardcore of the beautifully supporters remain in positions. m.p.'s in the united kingdom have finished voting on alternatives the prime minister to resign may's breck's a deal which has been rejected by tony meant three times eight alternative proposals were also rejected by parliament last week but four of them are being put to m.p.'s again the options include maintaining a customs union with the e.u.
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and holding a second referendum on any withdrawal deal the votes are not legally binding. turkish president trichet taipei to the huns ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all of the votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won an instable and ankara but the ak party says there have been voting irregularities and will appeal against the results many see the election as a referendum on everyone's government which has been battling an economic recession . the trumpet ministration as they write that customs and border protection to speed up to the point of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern us border they're being moved to handle a surge of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and to stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally well those are the headlines on al-jazeera coming up al-jazeera investigations how to sell a massacre continues and i of course i'm going to have the latest on all the
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stories that we've been covering on the al-jazeera news hour that's at twenty one g.m.t. join me then about. the one nation team is back at the national rifle association headquarters. after trying to break down the narratives that people's reaction to gun use in. the meeting played caroline whose role is to galvanize the n.r.a. has five million members to vote for pro-gun politicians. so we're trying to identify that speech part of what a secular minute vote would look like so we can deliver a second member admission that specific an amendment to the constitution gives all americans the right to carry guns in many states the fifteen assault rifle for self-defense or grow up with coffee offered or. just
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a private thing was childish i think was naughty she got to talk to me when you have snow you automatically come in and. those guns were banned under restraint is national firearms agreement following the port arthur massacre probably an unrealistic goal to wipe out a national gun ban overnight but if you can work around the market what that does it improve the lives down to daily basis it does demonstrate and make him noted look if you can start making a difference we can develop some. version of put up maybe we have the testicles of the government in our hand at every given thought. to have guns came of things to the end or will be able to take my children we still have to try to deal with shit . caroline suggests to one nation that owning a gun should be presented as a matter of personal freedom. there is needs well especially women coming and you
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don't have to iraq she just don't want the government tell you it can't be that choice that right now you really don't have enough been legislated away. the n.r.a. and pfizer's to one nation's campaign should focus on getting dismiss each to targeted sections of the population because he isn't to get that message of twenty five ninety pickiest give them to the right segment of occupation is going to create who people take that message and turn it actively try to dominate or let's get it to show that a lot it takes a lot of we have our next month or so if not a shocking approach where anything you were handed everything of rifle shots it sounds like i want to reach out first and foremost people like going to buy themselves as supporters and activists and as i have time and resources i'll expand it to be. the one nation visit his plunder the advice they've received on how to sell
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a pro-gun message. on stage of life you get here to the. fossil is going to test you have what is your best news is it didn't used to the pride. of self government get to. be let's hear all the men and women's shooting right in their games so to chirk and what i did i was the one taking stock we are women all people. if you really want to know her. family tree would remind her of the folks. down pretty. rough.
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yeah you got a call who you are. hearing might not have been a regular governor of you know. the shoe guard for obvious are going to go so. we're iran already groups. that's where we don't want the driver to be on the street other users. in the press want to change the rules on stations you've got children on when i'm on we're go to the mortuary which you'll have to do. identify your child. if you're coughing or child. rushing eulogy for your child to. attend a service for your child. and every child. because that's
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my torch and. that's my reality and that's what the general public. is concerned. they're not concerned at raj. amazing on that the n.r.i. museum in the united states to stop it from buff one of bill there is to run a weapon you go right through this museum it is really really incredible dixon is enthusiastic about guns but he knows it will be a hard sell for these train people to accept the dismantling of firearms laws. shootings not a bad thing into a right thing and to die in australia we use it in the olympics the come welcome to and we should be in touch in young people to learn how to shoot it's quite simple.
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it's ok if we get through. what's so tough it's brilliant it's a taste of fish farms a great story dixon doesn't plan to till the is trillion public the one nation is considering the repeal of the national firearms agreement he suggests the low be whittled down to five be it want to go through the end of the journey or do you want to stop the rest of you from the life or up with of it was it not it's not enough stuff sloss. take to get. these right now to get the side if you can do something with a name we can get another piece of bread in the blood. really even with roger claiming to support american style gun laws dixon in fine seem difficult shape one
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nation's firearms policy. you know or a whole shit rob but guns are with the drug but not where you can get a yeah. they are not. and if you fifteen hundred dollar ahead gathering dixon and ashby mixed with some of washington's most powerful gun lobbyists. and the honest if you don't want people to begala lemon go if you want to be done stand together bought one of their tree yet you push. your man dixon is now clear on the language that cuts through in america's wealthy pro-gun community. and a better view that got rid of the second amendment and act not. with that but you
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know about it. as they speak as election is just months away. dixon tells roger that if one nation wins the balance of power it would be like the party holding a gun to the strain in government and. the need to understand about health care is the headline and not real to the back of it and that's where it i want you so i want something you give. to them that i'm getting but it's like. the government would then be compelled to pass laws that one nation wants. the bottom one where we are we've got all the political right to my company. that we don't have that. i don't attach. members of the gun lobby offered to help popped in we made sure that you never want to know. i'd never want you to go down and if you never why you
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wrap it walked over and hit somebody in new york i merely for a listen to this i got to go by i'm still i believe that yeah they're. going to hear. i want you to do that then you know so i want you to know for you that you know i don't speak personally when i have to write the check out it mother wants and you can wonder about the fact i don't know . dixon issues those around him that he will do what they want and change a strangers come close we're going to stop. we're going to fall off oh no we don't i don't care you're not. there yet without. dixon he's given advice on how to pave the way for those changes here's what you need to do this doesn't go anywhere except off get help from us gun manufacturers. have you
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ever gone to america and your dogs to your you know what if you need to sit down with these guys you know he suggests that one nation till gunmakers the amount of money they'll make if a stray use firearms laws are changed. next year they're going to send literally your next four to one and a golf ball is what the father who thought so although we're only the first two months they want. the truth. in all those people who are going to give you fifteen from ukraine and. to make young was presented he suggests a degree of deception. and at that point the lawyer and i have a two million dollars campaign to get funding in which she writes not yet writes you're never going to put gun rights do not ever touch gun rights on your and they're going to go out make your i say drop out in fishing rights were to get there. you're going to pass it and you go how could i want to go. along
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you know what you just said to me all my life. your goodness you go it's going to i read might. want to welcome here. absolutely got to one nation announces it has a meeting lined up that week with for interesting to observe the energy giant industries. i should go to about with a good auto body. group already good god you keep doing. that with they discuss what industries might expect in return for a donation. but when we don't get crazier yet to do so they will one of them go to war you better think about what you do. mean it's just about anything where you need. to be looked up the cut bob as well i believe well that up believe in all that shit
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. but of it i have a nice the what fun can i find. it doesn't spin that but five hundred million dollars toward another career i mean if he really was going to win the lottery and the gone from forty five people to each but if we get to the point where we can talk about figures what sort of number you got us thinking i'm thinking ten nods to one. they are. in the. inside the cook offices dixon and ashby suspect that he microphones may be used by their hosts to record the discussion they give raja would have advice that he should hire and if you're on a good read on the. next you go on
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a bit. special oh yeah i know you and i gave you good. instead of another raja mouth. off here but we may never come over to her. triple the meeting with the team led by katherine hackett the rick the river federal affairs a coach industries. and a former employee of the n.r.a. . in his future money dixon makes a remarkable author one of the electoral process in australia if industry is gets the money. watch and help us get out yet of. the top our money in china but there are a lot of you want the money we have the wheel of money to send a foreign agent she. was with us and all of you called for that person. you agree we. were. not familiar with your
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election i mean think. rules regulation so i don't knock a player sort out. with culturally how that's viewed what sort of money you're allowed to pay. how we understand that there are no set limits on. purpose or not not what there is reporting russia anything out of ten thousand dollars in a federal election must be rewarded that's recorded on bias by the public would look at. it. i think that i'd say is money should not have an influence in our sage hill seen as well so i believe find a nice change should be stopped tightly. ten weeks out to the one nation meeting with koch industries these trillion sinnott change the move and bend foreign
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political donation. center to hanson voted in favor of the ban. this not nice ations said tonight to one nation i can assure you that it's been the hot. of having the fish and chip meetings so we actually have something sizzles. i will. always fire. you know potentially years and years have you had a business matter. with the prospect of a food the meeting dixon leaves feeling upbeat. all the full will. shut you off. the following day the delegation discusses roger's role in pushing through changes
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to the bill. don't have to put under oath the stuff before it gets a clearly points to him something we've got to consider what. they would through the challenges one nation would face if the gun lobby comes through with funding. channeling that cash through rogers group gun rights astray would be a problem. it's very expensive not that. it is good for the likes of you coming your radio. where they want sex but what it's going right but koch industries could provide a more sophisticated option. to trigger the very worst over time over one third of the. real romance writer for talk to us of.
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what's getting. the koch empire includes a sort of byzantine set of groups that have been set up to influence politics and to spend money on politics but without having. disclose where the money is coming from and the koch brothers were really pioneers in this area and have set up a very complicated networks for money to get into the political system. you know there's not much to work it's that it was good. but not really. i've heard it described as a daisy chain. with one group giving to another group to another group and sort of multiple layers of anonymity for the donors. and always circulating the money so that the law isn't here to technically but that's perhaps
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the letter of the law not the spirit of the law. as she warns broncho to be careful when he communicates about the one nation trip to washington. and here are the. words truck rice used. and so just well on to any where in. this specific instance things until. he's worried about her marriages experience with foreign meddling in elections. all i'm saying that. the russian if it's true that i want to say i'm stuck on the. soapbox stuff for yourself a broader ashby doesn't want to stray you join a lists to find out why he and dixon have come to washington. if you but if you are one of us that is seated on the edge of the dark side.
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as the trip to washington comes to a close ashby's contacted by his party leader pauline hanson he says the trip has been so sensitive that his camp. in passing on information. they began. their. meeting come up with. something that i didn't think that i'm a good reader as she has a message keeping some communication secret i always have been a mom it would be. good for a game of the nipple. have that are you not going to have a government made by. dumping that you won't go. there or. get on.
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board. they may be keeping a low profile but dixon appears pleased with one nation's progress in washington. d.c. true it's the big. i don't i think we've already lit the fuse on dollars for that legal that. he believes that money will eventually make its way to one nation would let the fears limit lobby for the life of their beloved is the real limits the consent of those people to die of yesterday life at the boundary whatever of the events none of have. happened where you think there may be above this is something. on this i mean two. losses show us. you don't need to bring. your last day forward. there are other people on this planet. we can't. back up.
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you can all you want and especially you can all. everybody to march because there are some people that have got up right there robbers i want to play the night. as the one nation team prepares to leave washington ashby's final words to roger were about the media. come joe. not going to go on. the budget regiment. three months after the one nation delegation returned to australia senator pulling hansen join roger and ashby for a private dinner. so a little boy. you are happy with the boys i did a good job besides. that's. a discussion on gun laws
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she told broad who she believes many questions remain unanswered about the port arthur massacre. being said maybe it's out there but actually it's the commands are against us and here turns. out. that that was i don't know who it was set up. how it's they always think oh i know it's. really was ok or i'm. here. the senator said she wouldn't hesitate to use a gun herself if she needed to. if i had so much on my house trying to get me i tend not to have. i think senator hansen revealed why she had no trouble with ashby and dixon's when
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they visited the us looking for the gun lobby money. i'm like oh my god they're going to answer me to their ok thanks dear and tata is a very strict year on it is not it is not. like i have to actually take the same since i am i have to correctly let's jump around and hope you're right in an age in that conference that was everything that was for the sysadmins the biggest threat against them there now they were there and that's why the on the start of it and some who made. the dinner took place just weeks after the astray and senate banned political parties from receiving foreign donations and we got a nice room and. was torn find a nice house and i saw. this fire rates. this house
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it would suck ass whipped to get water no doubt. despite the new law ashby plans a return visit to america to reconnect with the pro-gun lobby this time he'll take pulling henson with him yeah i'm good i'm right. and i know you're. quite. right. but it leads me to the car here because we.
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are. hello again and welcome back we're here cross australia we're seeing some better weather particular down here towards the southeast we did have a front go through and with that we saw a lot of severe weather as well as a lot of cooler air across much of this area things are looking better in terms of the temperature they are coming up we're going to see melbourne at twenty four degrees there sydney at twenty two adelaide also coming up as well but your winds are coming out of the north we do expect that to even come up
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a little bit higher over the next few days up to the north though we're going to be seeing some rainy conditions for darwin with a temper there of thirty one and for perth's we're going to sing some showers in your forecast as well attempt at there about thirty seven degrees well much better conditions across the north in the south island of new zealand that frontal boundary that brought the severe weather across australia push through as well and behind it we're seeing a little bit cooler conditions across much of the area fourteen degrees is going to be the high here on tuesday for christ church up towards auckland and you can still see a few rain showers in the forecast there but we will be getting better by the time we get to wednesday with a temperature of seventeen degrees and then very quickly across parts of japan still a mix of rain and snow across parts of the higher elevations for tokyo it's going to be a chilly day for you at twelve degrees in a cool day in sendai with attempted there of about seven degrees there. a city defined by military occupation there's never been an arab state here at the
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capitol of jerusalem everyone is welcome but this depôt structure that maintains the can only project that's what we refuse 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 our rock and a hard place on al-jazeera. hello i'm barbara sarah this is the al-jazeera news hour live from london thanks for joining us coming up in the next sixty minutes algeria's ailing president says he
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will step down by the end of his term on april twenty eighth british m.p.'s vote again on whether they want a customs union with the e.u. another referendum or a no deal breaks it ten days before india goes to the polls facebook removes hundreds of fake accounts linked to the main two parties and pakistan's military. on poll recent doha with the sport christiane all those timeouts injured puts his champions league chances in the balance. algeria's president abilities beautifully about two weeks of mass protests and army pressure announcing he'll step down before the end of his term this month the president's office has put out a statement saying the ailing eighty two year old will resign before the twenty eighth of april but it's unclear if that will satisfy protesters who want
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a whole new generation of leaders to replace a ruling elite that they accuse of being corrupt secretive and out of touch well let's speak to iran conny is a neighboring tunisia for us so this statement from the president not just saying he'll step down but giving effectively a date by which he will do it what impact has that actually had on the protests in algeria. if you take a look at social media and the analysts that we've been speaking to would suggest that there is absolutely no impact at all the protests as to mons haven't actually change they want a radical overhaul of everything everybody connected to beautifully to regime and when i say that i do mean radical i'm talking about not only the government but the opposition as well who they accuse of being in cahoots with the government and also the army who they say need to play a much reduced role in public life just taking a look at some of the social media some of the comments coming out saying that
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april twenty eighth is too late that the president the president needs to resign to tweet as soon as possible so every time we've seen the government try and do something on that site for let's take it from the beginning at the beginning of the protest movement the government said yes we will take a look at your demands and then that was enough for the protesters three weeks later the government said ok we're going to change the prime minister they change the prime minister that wasn't enough then overnight there was this radical cabinet reshuffle with twenty two people lost their jobs and they were replaced that wasn't enough for the protesters so it's unlikely that the resignation of president i believe these beautifully will be anough quelled this protest movement in fact what we're hearing is more people will be out in the streets on friday than the were last friday and last friday according to local media reports at least a million people with in algiers itself and millions more across the country. of
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course the president of the fico himself is eighty two years old he's not well he had a stroke in two thousand and thirteen you can see by the images of paintings a very frail man what questions are being asked about who might actually being power and perhaps using him as you know a bit of a front. well there is his brother who many say plays the role behind the scenes almost the power behind the throne if you like so that's why these protesters are saying it's not enough that he goes the whole government system needs to change now what does that mean well there is this article law school one of two. gives the president two options one of them was to resign clearly does the option the president's people have chosen the second one was for him forcibly being removed from office as long as there was a two thirds majority in parliament agreeing to that so what happens after that after he resigns there will be an interim government that government is in power
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for forty five days and then elections are to be called but where all these political parties that the protesters want to we aren't hearing any names of political parties any people that may be able to step in so it's likely that algeria will face a political crisis for a quite a while waltz they try and figure out who's going to take the place of the people that are in power right now which political two political parties will come through in any election campaign you have to remember this is all really knew. abdulaziz buttafuoco ruled with an iron fist for twenty years so this for the first time is a real chink in the arm of that government and nobody really knows imran forgive me we're going to have to leave it there imran khan yunis we have to go straight to the house of commons a parked car now says the results of those taxes sixty one the no two hundred eighty two. having respect to mr peters co-owners mission he
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come from major republican vote the two hundred eighty. two hundred ninety two here. in respective joana charities g parliamentary supremacy the home. ninety one the no use two hundred ninety two. a showing how on or more members. will be punished in the usual way on the commons vote website and in. point. yes the pictures it wasn't just a receiver would. on a point of order mr speaker. this is no the second time the house is considered
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a wide variety of options for a way forward he says once again failed to find a clear majority for any of the options and yet the result of the house's decision on friday not to endorse the we draw agreement means that the default legal position is that the u.k. will leave the e.u. in just eleven days time yeah. to secure any further extension the government will have to put forward a credible proposition to the e.u. as to what's we will do with that extra time. this house has continuously rejected leaving without a deal just as it has rejected not leaving at all. therefore the only option is to find a way through which allows the u.k. to leave with a deal. the government continues to believe that the best course of action is it do
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so as soon as possible. if the house were to agree a deal this week it may still be possible to avoid building your pm parliamentary election. mr speaker cabinet will meet in the morning to consider the results of tonight's vote and how we should proceed yeah thank you secretary of state point of order to me ok well we've had the results of that the vote let me just remind you that was a basically the house of let's listen to jeremy corbyn leader of the opposition to all deal has been overwhelmingly rejected three times the margin of defeat for one of the options tonight was very narrow indeed. and the prime minister's deal has been rejected by very large majorities on three occasions if it's good enough for the prime minister to have three chances at her deal i then i suggest possibly the house should have
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a chance to consider again. the options that we had before us today in a debate on wednesday so that the house can exert see where the prime minister has failed in presenting a credible economic relationship with europe for the future that prevents us crashing out with no deal yeah. thank you to the leader yes a point of order mystery on black bird. ok so we've had the results there of the indicative votes these votes of course i guess a means of the british parliament to try to find an alternative to to reserve may's exit deal from the you which has been voted down three times now well over a challenge is outside the british parliament for us following all the details once again the house failed to find a majority so all of those four indicative votes effectively the result was no interesting to see how the one on the customs union actually was very very close
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very narrow margin two hundred seventy three seventy three votes for yes two hundred seventy six for no there's that mean that in a strange way we are starting to see some kind of consensus in the house of commons . well that was a pretty close vote in the first indicative voting rounds and it seems to be the closest in this second round him indicative as well it's i mean it's understandable i think that these things are are not getting majorities because this is such a divided parliament and such a divisive issue we have yet to see m.p.'s be able to coalesce around any one option they don't like series a maze deal they don't like customs union they don't like common market two point zero that i particularly like your idea of a second referendum and they didn't really much like the idea of a parliamentary supremacies either so in the words of european parliamentarians at
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the moment the british. political establishment the house of commons is very good at showing what it doesn't like but it hasn't yet been able to show what it does like i can bring in alan wager now who is from king's college london what is your take on this second round of indicative voting and where it leaves the holbrooks the process we are right it's not surprising that nothing got a majority tonight what it all mean now is that on wednesday the next johnson piece will have to have another go they didn't because if it is there might be some calls to combine maybe to these options to where they can buy and they could get a majority so that might be the next move but also the government will be saying look this shows that actually nothing can get a parliamentary majority and that just makes tories amazed deal that more attractive before it was very unpopular but it was in a popularity contest of one just may still now we know that everything is relatively unpopular then it will mean that the government start talking about how
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deadlocked this parliament is and how there are that there deal is the only options is going to be two competing voices going on now given that the speaker of the house of parliament john bercow. said that kind of be another votes on to resume a still in its current form how is she good going to be able to bring it back for a fourth time it's really unclear like so we can say say john back out hasn't really said under what circumstances it may be some case for some sort of runoff between this option a combination of these options and another version of a entrees amazed ill and that might be seen as a different way of expressing the house of commons will so that might be a different mechanism to vote on trees it may still but it's not clear that john bercow to accept that so it's it's really up to the speaker now another they says is sort of shrouded in ambiguity and the house of commons procedure is interesting isn't it though of the the options that were put in front of parliament deceiving
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were all varieties really of soft bricks when they they were a customs union they were a common market two point zero given that the mantra of bricks it was taking back control these bricks it's are not taking back control or by giving it away they're . putting britain as a as a rule take a rather than a rule given no you're all of these options are exceeding some political control for more economic stability so that's what all m.p.'s who were arguing for these cases either the common market two point zero or customs union these m.p.'s were arguing that it was worth losing that place called control to get that economic stability and m.p.'s on quite sure in that particularly m.p.'s in the conservative party really want that control those that believe to make trade deals with the rest of the world a customs union would allow and ending freedom of movement that not staying in the single market would allow and that's why they're not getting the majority because very few conservative m.p.'s are backing these provisos unlike thirty or forty out of nearly three hundred m.p.'s in the conservative party and that's the blockage to
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get a majority and in any of these options are facing in the in the house of commons at the moment ok so if there are there are two kinds of people watching this in the moment there are those in the political firman who would like to stay in the european you. and there are various of three who would like a hard exit. which of those two camps two things are going to be most cheered by what happens even but i think it volunteers the case for no sale because it means they are increasingly likely in the house of commons can't come to any majority it's all going to end up with no deal breaks and that's what the european union are increasingly worried about although the house of commons is talking amongst itself here the european union are increasingly preparing the new deal because they don't believe the m.p.'s will be able to come up coalesce around any alternative but there is potentially this path through with combining two of these amendments and that's what the that's what m.p.'s will be advancing the case for now that they get that sentiment and sort of work out a way through that you have one vote on one optional wednesday potentially this
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customs union with a referendum and that could have but that could be a path to a majority because these are the two closest options the customs union endorsed by three votes the referendum by twelve and that's because any six m.p.'s to change their mind and then you have that majority. let's take a step back from from what has been going on in parliament today and you can use your scholarly have here is a as a student of british politics what is going on in terms of the greater tectonic shifts in british politics what's happening right now what are we looking at so clearly we're looking at gridlock in parliament and no no no parliament no party be able to really form a majority and that's because we're seeing a new divide in british politics between remain and leave between a sort of opening closed just a new different type of politics and these two parties can't contain that because these parties are formed on left wing and right wing and that's where you get in these fundamental splits in these two parties that's why the things are the whipping system in the house of commons the discipline system of discipline is
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breaking down and that's why you're seeing people talk about political crisis and constitutional crisis because the normal rules that govern the house of commons this idea of party discipline this idea of the cabinet speaking with one voice these rules all apply at the moment and that's why this is what this is confusion in the house of commons and outside it ok thanks very much for that ok so we are in a situation gets again where the parliament has not been able to come to a clear majority around the options being put in front of it that of course means that the impasse continues and the economic uncertainty of brecht's it will carry on for a little while longer at least yes certainly i think that's what he levin days now talk of april until presumably there would be a hard breaks if nothing is put in place. include leave it there rory chalons thank you i want to say time is money as the
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parliament remains that block a report by the banking giant goldman sachs shows the u.k. has already lost vast amounts of money in the run up to brics it says a drop in investment and private consumption has cost the british economy seven hundred eighty six million dollars a week since the referendum nearly two and a half percent has been shaved off the u.k.'s g.d.p. the report echoes that analysis by the bank of england which has estimated a loss of more than fifty two billion dollars income a year since the u.k. voted to leave the e.u. in june two thousand and sixteen which of course is two years and nine months ago now they are watching al-jazeera life from london coming up on the program a blow for turkey's president has his party loses ground in key cities in the country's local elections who's laughing now the comedian set to go ahead to head with the current president after winning the first round of ukraine's and the action and in sports the kings bounce back from their playoff disappointment in the n.b.a.
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as emotions run high in the sky. the reuters news agency is reporting that the united arab emirates hired american hackers to spy on journalists and political opponents in the arab world targets for the hackers included the chairman of al-jazeera and the host of a b.b.c. arabic t.v. show the hapless part of an intelligence program exposed by reuters earlier this year here is the report by voters. i am hoping that cooler heads will prevail when the united arab emirates and its allies broke with neighboring could tore over a host of grievances in june twenty seventh a group of american hackers working for a secret u.a.e. spy program sprang into action as first revealed by reuters those american operatives had once worked for the n.s.a. and other u.s.
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spy agencies but they now worked as part of a u.a.e. cyber squad called project raven using skills they learned in the u.s. to spy on opponents of the u.a.e. monarchy the team of americans now turn those skills an american ally qatar as the u.a.e. joined by saudi arabia egypt and baccarin imposed a blockade accusing could torah financing extremist groups in the region welder's correspondents joel shechtman and christopher being uncovered the story so what we found was that after the blockade took effect project or a van ramped up its monitoring of. you know of qatar in general of its surveillance of qatar and specifically ramped up its you know its surveillance of media figures according to documents the u.s. mercenary hackers begin targeting a number of journalists especially those at the could tor funded al-jazeera network both countries viewed the networks expanse of coverage of the arab spring uprisings
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as a deliberate attempt by qatar to fuel opposition to their monarchs al-jazeera says it's an independent news service giving a voice to everyone in the region former operative say their goal is they hacked their targets was to find material showing that could tours royal family was pulling strings in the local media since the emirate is believe that these turtles have such a close ties to the qatari government they believe that by hacking the i phones of these reporters. you know that it would give them access to like emails or messages or intelligence about the qatari government. self the u.a.e. ministry of foreign affairs did not respond to requests for comment that the n.s.a. declined to comment according to pull graham documents files all customers one target he is the host of a popular debate show on algis your cold opposite direction the network's chairman was also hacked the u.s. ambassador to qatar during the gulf crisis team is still smith said she found it
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alarming that american intelligence veterans were able to work for another government in targeting in america now ari we're joined now by bill lloyd journalist and middle east analyst behind the website the gulf matters dot com thanks so much for joining us here on al-jazeera now some parts of this report that emerge a few months ago what's new now well i think what's new is they put some names to some of the people so we have a prominent b.b.c. arabic presenter we have the chair of al-jazeera and i think that's probably the the new revelations what happened previously at the end of january was basically word is that a story from whistleblower someone who'd been hired she'd been with a national security security agency in the states she was hired by them roddy's to set up and work on this on the spyware and quite a sophisticated system called raven wish she did and she got on come for when she realized that she was actually this system was trying to spy on americans and that
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made her uneasy and caused her to rethink the whole process this a little bit strange here the mean these are american intelligence veterans now effectively working for a foreign nation against what is technically still an ally even though the us has been a bit you know trying to play both sides in the g.c.c. crisis is that uncommon is that new. well i think it's it's probably is the measure of how convoluted this whole situation the feud in the gulf has become. america initially backed the a morality in the saudis against qatar and then when donald it was pointed to donald trump well actually data bases in qatar this is very important in terms of security in the war in iraq and indeed afghanistan hoops and america started to to back off and indeed now america probably is more supportive of qatar than they are of them are these and then they use actual former american intelligence officers doing this is that uncommon i think it's been going on for some time i think this
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started about two thousand and nine what's unusual is that normally when you when you sort of get out of the game you either work within your own country as independents or hire yourself americans did and as mercenaries and that's what's really happened now so these are guns for hire and the m r r d's bought them and they they pay top dollar and they've got one of the most sophisticated spying the surveillance networks in the world and what coming up to well a few months away from the two year anniversary of the g.c.c. crisis what do you think the g.c.c. crisis is now and what impact do you think that stories like this have what could the u.a.e. get out of it yeah well that's a good question i think that in terms of the there were some signs that there was some softening of of the few that we saw some some things happening and in meetings . well perhaps we're going to see a break to this view which actually benefits nobody ultimately of the ron i would think. now this is further revelation will make that
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a little more difficult because we're talking about the chair of just here. who was hacked it's not very nice is it's odious practice and i think people will be offended by that so i think it pushes back the possibility of any ending of the feud anytime soon fellow journalist and middle east analyst behind the website gulf mashers dot com thank you. now turkey's president thresher type out of the hand has suffered a stunning setback as his ruling party looks on track to lose major cities in local elections with nearly all of the votes counted the opposition c.h.p. is pulled ahead in the capital ankara with nearly fifty one percent of the vote it's the first time the ruling ak party has lost control of ankara since it was founded back in two thousand and one a low it has vowed to challenge the result and it's an incredibly incredibly close race in istanbul with the c.h.p. barely ahead with forty eight point seven nine percent losing turkey's largest city and economic capital would be devastating for the act party which says it may push
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for a recount of more than three hundred thousand votes but over all airlines coalition known as the people's alliance is still dominant it's captured around fifty one point six percent of the vote nationwide while the opposition bloc the nation alliance is trailing at just over thirty seven point five percent well turkey's that sling economic growth once kept the airline in power but the country is now in recession and the currency has tumbled in value many say that that's what's loosened the ak party's grip on the nation reports now from istanbul. after almost two decades of constant losses turkey's opposition finally has reason to celebrate. the people's republican party or c.h.p. the mayoral position in the capital ankara. is on course to come. turkey's largest and most populous city. turkey be happy now let you stumble be happy and get back
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to normal we had seven elections in five years let's get back to work now and serve the people just as we start today we will run the city in a transparent fashion at every moment i'm doing this properly and i know that every part of the city belongs to sixteen million people. the party has won every mayor election in istanbul since one thousand nine hundred four. it was the first major position held by roger tabor the one who used it to launch his political career nationally losing it is a personal blow to the president. every victory and every loss is the will of our nation and we have to accept this fact as a necessity of democracy we will admit that we want people's hearts in cities we won but we were not successful enough in cities we lost and we will act accordingly . despite the losses in some of the big cities like entirely and older ones party still managed to win more than half the votes counted the process the country and
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nationally its retained largest number of mayors true but the turkish people appear to have directed their frustration with the faltering economy and the ruling party which has led the country uninterrupted for seventeen years. what was promised on june twenty fourth was if you don't want the country to have economic problems vote for the presidential coalition led by the president. president are the ones that the people have spoken i'm not here has a listen you know that things need to change and that he and his party must come up with solutions to fix the country's economy and address the concerns of those who didn't vote for the ark party the opposition will not be tested to see if it can deliver better governance and the positions it won from k.p. at a time when i do want to be accused of being autocratic sunday's elections are a demonstration that democracy is still very much alive in sarky. istanbul.
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still lots more ahead on the news hour including the only suspect in custody for the killing of king john his brother is to be freed in weeks after admission to a lesser charge a powerful rain storm rips through nepal killing dozens of people and leaving hundreds without food and shelter and then scored by designers turns blue and white as dressing and and there waiting for the argentinian football. get a welcome back to your national weather forecast what we do have some big changes here across parts of western europe over the next you days the nice conditions that you had last week are all changing and we are going to be seeing temperatures coming back to more like a winter feel in some locations for london you're going to be going down to about nine degrees as your high here on tuesday with rain as well as wins and if you look
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at zurich well not too bad here on tuesday but a big change by the time we get towards wednesday and we even had snow in the overnight hours across much of this area should be dropping about nine degrees there down towards madrid you just on the edge of the rain we do expect to see attempts there about eighteen degrees but still looking quite nice out here towards much of the east warsaw is going to see a partly cloudy day with a temperature of fourteen degrees there where we are seeing some well conditions here across much of morocco still cloudy over the next few days we have seen rain off and on across much of that area as well as across parts of algeria as well as we go from tuesday to wednesday we're going to be seeing a lot of that clouds making its way up here across much of the northern coast so algiers is going to be a cloudy day tunis a cloudy day as well but out here towards the east we're looking quite nice for cairo with a temperature of twenty five in big gussy a cool at ninety degrees. the
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brazilian economy is booming but deep divisions still exist between the haves and the have nots in a country where smartphones have become a part of everyday life technology help reach to get. the series the challenges developers to design apps for a better world travels to. and meets the young people tasked with making a different life than farming on al-jazeera. al-jazeera is there what else do we brits but it's also good to see what happens next iteration of. the wired by the barriers for our mobile barricaded seventh street that leads to hear good movies now is we want to change people have gone to fear barrier the mission of the national army is to search the entire complex and i'll just your stories about telling it from the people's perspective what they think is happening
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in their culture. welcome back here's a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera algeria's president. has announced that he'll step down by the end of his term april twenty eighth two weeks of mass protests and pressure from the army. the u.k.'s exit from the european union remains that blocked after parliament failed once again to approve an alternative plan and that of the four proposals challenging prime minister breaks a deal on a majority of the turkish president of the huns ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all of the votes counted the opposition c.h.p.
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appears appears to have warning and. ankara but the ak party says there have been voting irregularities. the facebook has removed hundreds of fake accounts linked to india's two main political parties for quote in authentic behavior india is due to go to the polls in ten days time to elect a new parliament and the prime minister narendra modi is hoping for a second term the majority of the accounts the lead will link the india's opposition congress party counseling to pakistan's military have also been taken down. well for more on this we're joined by the internet consultant dominic music and dino is the c.e.o. of the online news publication inquisitor it dot com sir thank you so much for joining us here on out zero so they're saying the quote is they've been taken down for you know same tick behavior from what you have read and what you know of the story what you think the rationale has been that facebook is used to take down these accounts and pages well it's devil new details because we don't know exactly
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the mechanism they using but that said it's relatively easy to make a fake account and as you've seen from the twenty six you know election you can have a heavy influence on your lecture. i suppose that you know not just in the two thousand and sixteen election in the states but in lots of other elections around the world and we have seen i suppose a many permission of some social media but what do you think of of the fact that effectively this makes facebook the arbiter of potentially you know getting rid of fake news but really deciding what is news what is authentic and what we are allowed to see and that's a slippery slope because it's in the eye of the beholder and fake facebook being the arbitrator of fake news can be deadly you don't want to have one person be the judge and jury you do want to have a mechanism in a public mechanism to say this is the means of how we're looking at stories and
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hopefully there are up front about it describe what they're doing but it is of the new world we're living in where this has become a new form of warfare where people are attacking each other selections absolutely and it's putting the whole democratic process under pressure and calling into question you know how truly democratic it is i mean you're in the states of course twenty twenty is coming up the next corner. how much attention is the story being garnering in the u.s. and how many links are people making between the situation in india and you know the election coming up in the u.s. i think to the general populace not so much. that said i think we're going to learn from this and this is going to be something that people are watching here from the states and other countries it's not going to simply be limited to india and the united states but any country it's rather simple this point to start a fake profile and share fake news it's rather simple to start a fic news site. but inquisitor here we run a few different stories about it and to be honest i expect you'll see much more of
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an uptick in the number of people asking to see that and the number of people in the states covering these are the elections because the parallels are pretty obvious. the c.e.o. of the online news publication inquisitor dot com sir thank you for sharing your expertise with us thank you thank you very much the actor and comedian volodymyr zillion ski and his plans for ukraine are now set for closer scrutiny after his improbable victory in the first round of presidential elections his rival in the second round runoff the incumbent president petro poroshenko has warned that zelinsky lacks the strength and the experience to deal with russia's president vladimir putin but voters who have lost faith in mainstream politics are drawn to promise of change john holl reports from here ukraine's comic actor volodymyr zelinsky owes his success in the first round of the presidential election
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to t.v. frame and a protest vote by young people frustrated by corruption and the slow pace of reform in one of europe's poorest countries. most people are more important to me more than political ambition the people are both everything the ukrainian people are waiting for us but who will get the last laugh zelinsky will now face far more forensic scrutiny of his so far rather vague plans for the country first. to do is actually clean up the corruption institutions make them independent ensure that they deliver second is to the judiciary system what there was before by president bush and that was a break for it but if those sorts of broad brushstrokes may not be enough against the incumbent president petro poroshenko the chocolate billionaire with a taste for a second term yeah. i will understand the signal that society sending
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to us empower us this is a harsh lesson for me and for our whole team and our leaders to correct past mistakes. poroshenko has been quick to seize the initiative telling young voters that he's heard their protest promising quicker reforms and questioning the ability of political novice zelinsky to represent ukraine on the world stage he's warned that an inexperienced leader would be a gift to russia's vladimir putin scuppering hopes of ending ukraine's war with russian backed separatists in the east what matters for us and what matters is the sense of transatlantic solidarity as a combination of a legal pressure sanctions and to very just support your create against the russian aggression so experience matters into livery in that message experience matters and trust matters that voters will be faced with an extraordinary choice in
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the second round runoff in three weeks time a t.v. comic charming charismatic but with no political background whatsoever or the incumbent president who's failed to read this country of corruption or to end the war but who many may feel has the strength and experience that ukraine can't do without going to hell al does iraqi have. the u.s. house judiciary committee will vote on wednesday on whether to authorize subpoenas to obtain special counsel report the attorney general william barr has said he will provide a redacted version of the nearly four hundred page report but them a kratz want the whole thing was looking into allegations that the trim campaign with russia during the two thousand and sixteen presidential election our says the special counsel found no evidence of collusion but also didn't exonerate trump obstruction of justice democrats say congress should the side if there was any wrongdoing will the u.s.
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house of representatives is also investigating claims that trump's administration is handed out questionable security clearances to twenty five individuals against the advice of security advisers it comes after one of those advisers turned whistleblower and handed over evidence to the house oversight committee our white house correspondent kimberly halkett has the details. the whistleblower is an eighteen year veteran of the white house working in security protocols as security clearances under both democratic as well as republican administrations she is alleging that this administration under u.s. president donald trump has been granting security clearances to at least two dozen individuals including two senior level white house officials even though those individuals had previously been denied under the standard security protocol now this is something that concerns her so greatly that she took this issue to the
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house oversight committee which is controlled by democrats and that committee is now investigating this case now it is widely it has been widely reported that u.s. president donald trump allowed for his son in law jared cushion or to get a security clearance after he was previously denied one in fact it was widely reported that he ordered his chief of staff or former chief of staff john kelly to get that security clearance for jarrett cushion or when he was previously denied some of the reasons for denials typically include financial problems drug use even criminal conduct that's why the house oversight committee says it's now investigating it has ordered the white house to turn over files related to the security clearance investigations and it says it will issue subpoenas if the white house refuses to cooperate. you know the trump administration has the right that customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty
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officers to the southern us border there be moved to handle an increase of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and to stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally washington says it will also ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers to mexico. palestine is threatening to recall it some bass or to brazil after the president's hateable so narrow announced that he was setting up a trade office with israel in jerusalem also natto is on a four day trip to israel on monday he visited the western wall and occupied instagram slim with the prime minister benjamin netanyahu the brazilian leader has suggested he may follow the example of u.s. president donald trump who calls the international outrage when he moved the american embassy to jerusalem palestine's ambassador to brazil says ball so that also angered palestinians because he did not consider visiting them during his trip . venezuela's supreme court is seeking to strip the opposition leader one of his parliamentary immunity and the chief justice argues that way though this obeyed an
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earlier court order which barred him from leaving the country the opposition leader went to columbia in february before visiting other latin american allies is urging people to continue to protest in the streets against the embattled president nicolas maduro. a vietnamese woman accused of murdering the half brother of north korea's leader in kuala lumpur airport could be released next month a malaysian court has dropped a murder charge against. him after she pleaded guilty to a lesser offense florence louis reports now from kuala lumpur. i don't just over a month will be freed the vietnamese charged with killing kim jong nam the half brother of north korean leader kim jong un in february two thousand and seventeen has accepted a plea deal she pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of causing harm and has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison she would have faced
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a mandatory death sentence had she been found guilty of murder. in the i hope that my daughter will be released in a month i'll be very happy. once case is similar to city i shas indonesian kohak used prosecutors dropped charges against city last month without saying why the indonesian government later revealed that its officials had lobbied malaysian authorities believing city had been used as a tool by north korean intelligence for north korean men who fled the country hours after the killing have also been charged but their whereabouts remains a mystery you know mediation earlier on we see that justice must be done and we also said before it's logical that a real assistance in fact koreans just went and we emphasize that the must be brought to justice north korea has denied any involvement in the murder lawyers for the two women have always maintained they was indeed scapegoats it's very likely that no one else will ever stand trial for the murder of kim jong un the four north
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korean men are still at large despite an interpol red notice equivalent to an international arrest warrant florence louis al-jazeera kuala lumpur a powerful rainstorm has swept across southern nepal tearing down houses and flipping cars and trucks at least thirty one people are known to have been killed but rescue crews have yet to reach some of the more remote areas from nepal's power as a district subpoena shrestha reports. telephone poles snapped like toothpicks collapsed homes vehicles overturned sunday night storm left a trail of destruction in the parser districts of southern. as well as the dead and injured government ministers say at least one hundred thousand the pallies are affected. the doctor in charge of this hospital in parsons says he's lucky to have survived my vehicle mode i was on the road and the bus in front of me
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flipped i had to do c.p.r. on people on the road many people here have hating jews and many have broken their arms and legs doctors here have been working around the clock and patients who sustained more serious injuries were taken to other hospitals some to the capital katmandu. the storm hit around seven thirty in the evening just around dinner time the fierce winds brought down many of the wood and mud houses some almost like nab sticks crushing people and trapping them in between about prime minister has visited some patients. was sick set up an interview process if you will second string theory because the doctors have the right to go and i'm going to tell you everything that they say. if i live in lincoln beds and i never think that being a party was here i said security forces have been mobilized to help rescue
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operations and local groups have started to distribute aid including food and medicine many here are still recovering from the shock and the force of a storm never seen in their lifetimes swedish russia out of a destructive power. a koehler outbreak in the wake of cycling and south eastern africa has claimed its first victim with more than one thousand cases recorded the world health organization will begin a massive vaccination program on wednesday in the mozambique and city of beira one of the war state places secondly that has contaminated water supplies creating the conditions for color to spread. gunmen have killed at least fourteen farmers and farm workers in northwestern nigeria the killings in some far a state followed the deaths of forty people in a similar attack in the regional saturday afternoon interest has more now from the capital of. this is the latest in the round of violence sweeping northwest nigeria
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in particular an exam for a state this a state that has been and are tight by what security forces here call bandits they've been running over our entire villages sucking entire communities tens of thousands of been displaced and they have also spread their tentacles not only in some forested but across most parts of northwest nigeria a cartoonist state in some quarters state in other parts of the northwest and also moved into a new general public one of the communities that was attacked or whether we can was in fact on the border with knees every public so the security forces here is specially the nigerian army which has been fighting so many battles across several states in nigeria has deployed there or what a year ago but these attacks still continue entire communities have been psyched and tens of thousands of people are now living in displaced persons comes across northwest niger. japan has announced the name of its next imperial which will
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begin and correct abdicates in exactly one month the next year under the new emperor now he will be called a watch or a translate says order or suspicious. means peace or harmony eighty five in all that he tell is the first emperor in japanese history to abdicate and the complex constitutional process has taken to use the name of any given iraq has huge symbolic value in japan and it appears on all facial documents. the meaning that culture is born and. my commitment to. that will be filled with hope with the selection of an. i sincerely hope this will be widely accepted by people of japan and deeply rooted people's lives. so fantastic in new york. and.
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business updates brought to you by. going places together. new york is set to become the second state in the u.s. to stop grocery stores providing plastic bags for most purchases the ban on single use bags which was passed this part of the state's budget negotiations signals a growing concern nationwide christmas of the way has more. right now they argue
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because it is in supermarkets and on city streets the department of environmental conservation says new yorkers currently use twenty three billion of these plastic bags annually but their convenience has given way to concern about the environment as more and more plastic ends up in our oceans waterways and waste streams new york joined california and dozens of municipalities this week when the state legislature passed a ban on most single use plastic bags but there's a good idea why because it hurts environment plastic bags to degrade so i think we should we should move ahead it's good for them aren't good for everybody the legislation allows local governments to impose a five cent fee for paper bags three cents will go to the states environmental protection fund two cents will be kept by the municipality some shoppers think the state is taking things a bit too far imposing more cost on the consumer and if they want to inspire people
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to carry their groceries clothing ship their drinks and something different maybe have a discussion about it. there will be some exceptions to the ban on plastic will still be ok for takeout food from restaurants for example but the goal is to get people to bring reusable bags with them every time they go to the grocery store the ban will go into effect in one year kristen salumi al jazeera new york and now here is paul with the sport. barbara thank you very much english club arsenal's bid to return to the european champions league next season received a big boost on monday night's aren ramsey opened the scoring against newcastle in the first half before a second half strike by alexander luck as that wraps up a two know when you know emery's men have moved up to third in the standings in the english premier league or month's us tonight it can overtake them if they beat wolves on tuesday united manager. says french star paul pogba is happy at the club
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despite tense that he's lining up a move to round madrid the world cup winners said last week that playing for sin against the down outs rail would be the dream for any player pulled up here is going to be a big big parties i've always said it that you like to build your team around him. not that hasn't changed at all. manchester city's manager pep guardiola says his team need to play like a machine if that's when a quadruple this season they've already clinched the league cup and are still in the hunt for the f.a. cup champions league and premier league there's nothing to mind in the title is woods next would leave proper world in a machine to do we need to play the in in trade to win it one day interviews are going to happen because of the realities that is worried about a few mentally the people is
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a really well christiane i would aldo has lifted the european champions league trophy in each of the last three seasons but he could be absent as his new club event is trying to reach the semifinals the portuguese is battling to recover from a fiery injury sustained on international duty in time for next week's quarter final against i.x. . love to see us now though is working hard and let's hope we can have it with us for the match against i.x. it's difficult but we still hope to have him he's working well every day so we are hopeful. lots on abraham rich was immediately in goal scoring form for the l.a. galaxy on his return from injury the thirty seven year old hadn't played since the start of march and won't close without a partial overhead kick in this game against the portland timbers the swedish striker did go on to school two penalties in a two one win. wrestling have won the argentine football league title for the first time in five years a one one draw at t. great for the bonus ari's team was the cue for the celebrations to begin it's the
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eighteenth league title in the club's history another horse has died at santa anita taking the number to twenty three in three months at the california racetrack arms around or injured his leg during a race on sunday and was put down it comes two days after the track reopened following a month long investigation into the deaths. in the emirates the opening day of the abu dhabi does it challenge had several winners among the pacesetters frenchwoman cyril de prey on the dakar five times on his bike but a switch to four wheels these days he won a very windy turn hundred sixty two k yes marina circuit stage to the bikes on the stage when went to twenty seventeen some sunderland of great britain. two of california's finest went head to head in major league baseball when the san diego padres faced the san francisco giants it was a low scoring game thanks to chris product making an impressive major league debut
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the padres rookie pitcher striking out seven of the giants batters san diego winning this one three to one. in the n.h.l. the calgary flames have won their division for the first time in thirteen years and with it the western conference title they were up against the san jose sharks who took a chunk out of their hopes early on through t.-mo mayer the flames have been on a streak of seven wins in ten heading towards the stanley cup playoffs and they were too hot for san jose five to win sealing home advantage in the western conference knockouts the sacramento kings failure to reach the n.b.a. playoffs this weekend worked out in favor of the san antonio spurs who qualified for the postseason for the twenty second year in a row a day later sacramento got the chance to take out their frustration as they came up against the spurs santonio as motivation seeming to have deserted them as they see out the regular season the kings winning one hundred thirteen two hundred six spurs
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coach gregg popovich was objected for protesting the referee's calls just a bit too strongly now to an invention that could have come in handy in that game this robots has been developed in japan it's called q three an iron giant designed not to miss three pointers although occasionally it does other very minor drawbacks include an inability to dribble or jump. but to barbara in london paul thank you now in an epic tale of romance a lonely frog named romeo that's funny found his juliet after a decade long search across the globe now it may sound like a fairy tale but it's happening right now in bolivia where romeo the frog is at his first date with his new partner in an aquarium romeo he's there on the left is the last of his species and scientists even created him a profile on a dating website for finally finding a match in the valentine's day no less fans can follow their dating exploits on the
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internet but so far there's no indication he's going to turn into a prince just give him time he's waited ten years that is it for me barbara starr for this news hour stay with us i'm going to have more news in just a few minutes thanks for joining us a. strong man is ruling with an iron fist on the sidelines from his allies is deafening he's perfectly happy to trade off the march for city for security to lead is turning
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a blind eye when even the citizens have fallen victim to his repression executions torture censorship is not acceptable and you won't hear such strong words from berlin or paris or london and in cairo. immigration is high on the agenda and in hungary it's presented as a pressing issue we didn't have immigrants' at all zero immigration but this is the one political topic anybody and everybody is discussing the far right is preparing for battle and their opponents or anyone who is different. prejudiced some pride in hungary on al jazeera. you stand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world.
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al jazeera. talk to al-jazeera. you personally one of the main beneficiaries is that the case we listen for you one relation with india all that was exactly my point we meet with global newsmakers and talk about the stories that matter. algeria's ailing president says he will step down by the end of his term on april twenty eighth. hello i'm barbara starr you're watching our live from london also coming up british
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m.p.'s reject all four breaks at alternatives as the deadlock continues in the houses of parliament a blow for turkey's president has his party loses ground in key cities in the country's local elections and who's laughing now the comedian will go ahead to go head to head with the current president after winning the first round of ukraine's . algeria's president. has bowed to weeks of mass protests and army pressure announcing you'll step down before the end of his term this month the president's office has put out a statement saying the ailing eighty two year old will resign before the twenty eighth of april but it's unclear if that will satisfy protesters who want a new generation of leaders to replace a ruling elite that they accuse of being corrupt secretive and out of touch imran khan is more now from tunis. off to twenty is president abdullah zs beautifully co
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will step down before april twenty eighth year of his presidency released a statement let me just read you from it's off day he named the new government on march thirty first two thousand and nineteen president beautifully co will issue important decisions that will ensure the constitutional rights and will ensure the continuity of the work of the state institutions during the transitional period that will take place from the day the president submits his resignation now all eyes are on when the president will submit his resignation it could come as early as choose day however we don't know now it has to be done before april twenty eighth that's the end of the president's term now the other thing the really crucial thing here is how is this mechanism being put in place that allows him to resign well it's something called off school want to know all school wanted to give the president two options he can resign which is clearly the option he's chosen well he could have been forcibly removed by parliament as long as there was
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a two thirds majority in the house voted for him to be removed however is that going to be enough to appease the protestors probably knows the protesters have long said that they want a radical overhaul of not just the government and people close to beautiful but also in the opposition who they say are in cahoots with the government and they want to reduce role in public life of the army now one of the names that i think judging by social media and people that we've spoken to that will come into sharp focus in the next few days is the chief of the army sawley now he has pushed for article one or two however many in the protest movement suggest that what he's trying to do is replace beautifully with beautifully to lawyer lists that will keep continuity and that's a crucial lead that continuity but it won't mean a big change now that's not going to be enough for the protesters just looking at social media one of the most interesting call tunes we've seen so far is a call to him that says we. we want the president to resign to tweet right now so
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there's going to be a big protest on friday likely to be bigger than the one last friday we saw millions of people out on the streets. british m.p.'s have rejected all four alternative options to prime minister to resign may's breaks a deal which has also been rejected by parliament three times m.p.'s are deadlocked on options including a customs union with the e.u. and holding a second referendum on any withdrawal deal or a challenge is outside the british parliament for us trying to make sense of all of this like most of us so the parliament has voted against her deo against now all of these options is there any kind of consensus building behind any of these options they may have lost but do you see the numbers shifting. well there's a consensus to a whole lot of no we've had three no's two to reason may's deal we had
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a nose to the alternative options last week and we've had four no's two alternative options tonight so no is the common words that is coming out of the british parliament it is a divided country it's a divided house of commons there does seem to be no consensus apparent yet and i say yes because there is going to be another round of indicative voting on wednesday the customs union option was the one that got the. the closest scraping over the line this evening i can bring in. alan wager from king's college london now it reminds me a bit of an old sketch on british t.v. comedy of a teenager who thought everything was rubbish. what is your take on what the british parliament is going through the moment yeah that is funny it really really
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hard to come to solution in their defense and this is what they say the government took two and a bit years to come to their resolution they've had a week and a bit and they're saying tonight give us one more chance give us wednesday and we can shy and find some sort of resolution that could come on that two hundred fifty ish votes that we need to be get it gave the line and get a majority in the house of commons that can sustain itself for the whole piece of legislation if you are a remain or a soft brick city. is that perhaps an overly optimistic way of looking at things because we've had tweets from guy verhofstadt the brics a coordinator for the european parliament who saying the house of commons again votes against all options are hard bricks it becomes nearly inevitable on wednesday the u.k. has a last chance to break the deadlock or face the abyss so do you think this is true you think we're heading. fast towards a hard break was gave off stat is stating the european position which is pretty clear that people in europe do think that no deal is going likely unlikely every
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day in the sense given as any to the eleven days to go until we would fall off that cliff edge has been made very clear by the european parliament the stakes are getting higher and higher every day and these in parliament and remain in peace are still positive because they think that now as no deal gets more likely there will tentative sort of other extreme option of a nady a neighbor accidental or a referendum also become more likely and that's true as as you get closer in place and both of these sort of more extreme options we have increasingly on the chance of a softer breaks it becomes less likely so what is the road towards the revocation of of article fifty or another referendum will revocation lenny happen at the very last minute the day before potentially would be due to leave there might be somebody in the house of commons that would try and stop a new deal bricks in a referendum could come about potentially as a an amendment to trees a maze deal coming back for a fourth time they could be another ten by m.p.'s to put down the amendment calling
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for a referendum that all in this next round of indic survives on wednesday the third round of it because of votes that could be an attempt by m.p.c. mesh together a couple of these options potentially the customs union member that she said got within sort of three votes and this referendum the got within twelve or thirteen votes so then these two things could be meshed together of potentially create a majority that isn't clear that there could be a majority for that so that's what's going to happen over the next forty eight hours because here a lot of discussion about when m.p.'s about the customs union vote for referendum and vice versa how important is it the reason why it's company was told to abstain voicing this evening and if that decision was changed if they were allowed to vote freely how could it change the dynamic but it's important in the sense that makes it more difficult for anything to get a majority in the house of commons when you have thirty people abstaining. i think that the majority of those people in the cabinet would vote against almost all of these options because the majority of people in the cabinet are in favor of
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a heart of bricks at the door of the options that are on on the table here however again potentially these people that are in the referendum campaign think that if you if you put the option of a referendum on may's deal forward that a lot of those people in cabinet would support that because it could be the only route forward to third series amazed to get that majority in the house of commons so that's where the strategy is going for the for the referendum campaign now an option of potentially trees mazed deal with a public vote versus potentially a new deal and i wager thank you very much that so yes as we're talking about there is another round of indicative voting on wednesday before that happens on tuesday there is going to be a marathon cabinet session with to resume a sitting down with her most senior politicians trying to make sense of everything that's going on this evening for a challenge with the latest there from westminster thank you. the voice there is news agency is reporting that the united arab emirates hired
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american hackers to spy on journalists and political opponents in the arab world targets for the hackers included the chairman of al-jazeera and the host of a b.b.c. arabic television show the hack was part of a u.a.e. intelligence program exposed by voice hearers earlier this year here is their report. i am hoping that cooler heads will prevail when the united arab emirates and its allies broke with neighboring could tore over a host of grievances in june twenty seventh a group of american hackers working for a secret u.a.e. spy program sprang into action as first revealed by reuters those american operatives had once worked for the n.s.a. and other u.s. spy agencies but they now worked as part of a u.a.e. cyber squad called project raven using skills they learned in the u.s. to spy on opponents of the u.a.e. monarchy the team of americans now turn those skills an american ally qatar as the
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u.a.e. joined by saudi arabia egypt and baccarin imposed a blockade accusing could torah financing extremist groups in the region welder's correspondents joel shechtman and christopher being uncovered the story so what we found was that after the blockade took effect project or a van ramped up its monitoring of. you know of qatar in general of its surveillance of qatar and specifically ramped up its you know its surveillance of media figures according to documents the u.s. mercenary hackers begin targeting a number of journalists especially those at the could tor funded al-jazeera network both countries viewed the network's expansive coverage of the arab spring uprisings as a deliberate attempt by qatar to fuel opposition to their monarchs al-jazeera says it's an independent news service giving a voice to everyone in the region former operative say their goal as they hack their targets was to find material showing that could torre's royal family was
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pulling strings in the local media since the emirate is believe that these turtles have such a close ties to the qatari government they believe that by hacking the i phones of these reporters. you know that it would give them access to like emails or messages or intelligence about the qatari government. itself the u.s.a.'s ministry of foreign affairs did not respond to requests for comment and the n.s.a. declined to comment according to program documents faisal all cutscene was one target he is the host of a popular debate show on al-jazeera called opposite directions the network's chairman was also hacked the u.s. ambassador to qatar during the gulf crisis danish l. smith said she found it alarming that american intelligence veterans were able to work for another government in targeting in american ally. turkey's president threat of type at the hand has sustained significant setbacks in local elections for mayors and district councils his ruling ak party has been defeated in most of
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the ten largest cities but they are challenging results in the capital and the biggest city is the bill saying that there were mistakes. on the growth once kept added on in power but the country is now in recession and the currency has tumbled in value. reports from istanbul. after almost two decades of constant losses turkey's opposition finally has reason to celebrate. the people's republican party or c.h.p. one of the mayoral position in the capital ankara it would seem is on course to cut turf stumble turkey's largest and most populous city. turkey be happy now let the stumble be happy and get back to normal we had seven elections in five years let's get back to work now and serve the people just as we start today we will run the city in a transparent fashion at every moment i'm doing this happily and i know that every
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part of the city belongs to sixteen million people. party has won every mayoral election in istanbul since one thousand nine hundred four it was the first major position held by raja. who used it to launch his political career nationally losing it is a personal blow to the president isn't every victory and every loss is the will of our nation and we have to accept this fact as a necessity of democracy we will admit that we want people's hearts in cities we won but we were not successful enough in cities we lost and we will act accordingly . despite the losses in some of the big cities like entirely and the other older ones party still managed to win more than half the votes counted the process the country and nationally its retained largest number of mayors true but the turkish people appear to have directed their frustration with the faltering economy of the ruling party which has led the country uninterrupted for seventeen years.
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what was promised on june twenty fourth was if you don't want the country to have economic problems vote for the presidential coalition led by the president president are the ones that the people have spoken i'm not he has a listen he know that things need to change and that he and his party must come up with solutions to fix the country's economy and address the concerns of those who didn't vote for the arc party the opposition will now be tested to see if it can deliver better governance and the positions it won from the a.k.p. at a time when i do once been accused of being autocratic sunday's elections are a demonstration that democracy is still very much alive in talking. istanbul. still ahead in this half hour a powerful rain storm rips through nepal killing dozens of people and leaving hundreds without food or shelter. and we'll tell you why plastic is not so fantastic in new york as lawmakers approved
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a landmark back. again to welcome back well here cross australia we're seeing some better weather particular down here towards the southeast we did have a front go through and with that we saw a lot of severe weather as well as a lot of cooler air across much of this area things are looking better in terms of the temperature they are coming up we're going to see melbourne at twenty four degrees there sydney at twenty two adelaide also coming up as well but you're winds are coming out of the north we do expect that to even come up a little bit higher over the next few days up to the north though we're going to be seeing some rainy conditions for darwin with a tempter there of thirty one and for perth we're going to sing some showers in your forecast as well a time to there about thirty seven degrees well much better conditions across the north in the south island of new zealand that frontal boundary that brought the
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severe weather across australia push through as well and behind it we're seeing a little bit cooler conditions across much of the area fourteen degrees is going to be the high here on tuesday for christ church up towards auckland and you can still see a few rain showers in the forecast there but we will be getting better by the time we get to wednesday with a temperature of seventeen degrees and then very quickly across parts of japan still a mix of rain and snow across parts of the higher elevations for tokyo it's going to be a chilly day for you at twelve degrees in a cool day in sendai with the temps are there of about seven degrees there. the brazilian economy. but deep divisions still exist between the haves and the have nots in a country where smartphones have become a part of everyday life technology help reach to get to the serious the challenges developers to design apps for
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a better world travels to. elites the young tasked with making a different life than. on al-jazeera. a reminder now of the top stories on al-jazeera algeria's president the bill has announced that he will step down by the end of his term on april twenty eighth two weeks of mass protests and army pressure the u.k.'s exit from the european union remains deadlocked after parliament failed once again to approve an alternative plan none of the four proposals challenging prime minister to resign. but
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a majority and turkish president's. party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all the votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won in ankara but the act party says there have been voting irregularities. now the actor and comedian. and his plans for ukraine are now set for closer scrutiny after his improbable victory in the first round of presidential elections his rival in the second round of runoff the incumbent president petro poroshenko has warned that selenski lacks the strength and experience to deal with russia's president vladimir putin but voters who have lost faith in mainstream politics are drawn to promise of change john a whole reports from kiev. ukraine's comic actor volodymyr zelinsky owes his success in the first round of the presidential election to t.v.
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fame and a protest vote by young people frustrated by corruption and the slow pace of reform in one of europe's poorest countries living in. the people are more important to me more than political ambition the people are both everything the ukrainian people are waiting for us but who will get the last laugh linsky will now face far more forensic scrutiny of his so far rather vague plans for the country for us. to do is actually clean up corruption institutions make them independent ensure that they deliver second judiciary system what there was done before by president bush and that was a fake clear if you want those sorts of broad brushstrokes may not be enough against the incumbent president petro poroshenko the chocolate billionaire with a taste for a second term yeah. i will understand the signal that society sending
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to us in power is a harsh lesson for me and for our whole team and they lead us to correct past mistakes. poroshenko has been quick to seize the initiative telling young voters that he's heard their protest promising quicker reforms and questioning the ability of political novice zelinsky to represent ukraine on the world stage he's warned that an inexperienced leader would be a gift to russia's vladimir putin scuppering hopes of ending ukraine's war with russian backed separatists in the east what matters for us and what matters is the sense of transatlantic solidarity as a combination only to call pressure sanctions and to very support your create against the russian aggression so experience matters into live ring that message experience matters trust matters that voters will be faced with an extraordinary
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choice in the second round runoff in three weeks time a t.v. comic charming charismatic but with no political background whatsoever or the incumbent president who's failed to rid this country of corruption or to end the war but who many may feel has the strength and experience that ukraine can't do without going to hold al-jazeera kiev. facebook has removed hundreds of fake a counselling to india's two main political parties for quote in a faint take behavior india is used to go to the polls in ten days time to elect a new parliament and the prime minister narendra modi is hoping for a second term the majority of the accounts the leadership of willing to india's opposition congress party counselling to pakistan's military have also been taken down. the us house of representatives is investigating claims that trumps administration has handed out questionable security clearances to twenty five individuals against the advice of security experts it comes after one of those
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advisors turned whistleblowers and handed over evidence to the house oversight committee a white house correspondent kimberly halkett has the details. the whistleblower is an eighteen year veteran of the white house working in security protocols and security clearances under both democratic as well as republican administrations she is alleging that this administration under u.s. president donald trump has been granting security clearances to at least two dozen individuals including two senior level white house officials even though those individuals had previously been denied under the standard security protocol now this is something that concerns her so greatly that she took this issue to the house oversight committee which is controlled by democrats and that committee is now investigating this case now it is widely it has been widely reported that u.s.
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president donald trump allowed for his son in law jared cushion or to get a security clearance after he was previously denied one in fact it was widely reported that he ordered his chief of staff or former chief of staff john kelly to get that security clearance for jarrett cushion or when he was previously denied some of the reasons for denials typically include financial problems drug use even criminal conduct that's why the house oversight committee says it's now investigating it has ordered the white house to turn over files related to the security clearance investigations and it says it will issue subpoenas if the white house refuses to cooperate meanwhile the trump administration has they directed customs and border protection to speed up that the ploy meant of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern u.s. border to be moved to handle an increase of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and stop them from trying to enter the u.s.
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legally washington says it will also ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers to mexico. venezuela's supreme court is seeking to strip opposition leader one of his parliamentary immunity the chief justice argues that wedo disobeyed an earlier court order which barred him from leaving the country the opposition leader went to columbia in february before visiting other latin american allies he's urging people to continue protesting in the streets against the embattled president nicolas maduro. a powerful rain storm has swept across southern nepal tearing down houses and flipping cars and trucks at least thirty one people are known to have been killed and rescue and recovery crews have yet to reach some of the more remote areas from the poles pa said the strict subpoena stressed that reports. telephone poles snapped like toothpicks collapsed homes vehicles overturned sunday night storm left
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a trail of destruction in the parser districts of so there are no power. as well as the dead and injured government ministers say at least one hundred thousand the pallies are affected. the doctor in charge of this hospital and says he's lucky to have survived my vehicle mode i was on the road in the bus in front of me flipped i had to do c.p.r. on people on the road many people here have paid in jews and many have broken their arms and legs doctors here have been working around the clock and patients who sustained more serious injuries were taken to other hospitals some to the capital katmandu. the storm hit around seven thirty in the evening just around dinner time the fierce winds brought down many of the words and mud houses some almost like matchsticks crushing people and trapping them in between about prime minister has visited some patients. was sick set up an interview process if you will second
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string theory because the doctor said there was not going to take everything that they should. have a live in lincoln beds and i never think that being a burning was expected security forces have been mobilized to help rescue operations and local groups have started to distribute aid including food and medicine many here are still recovering from the shock and the force of a storm never seen in their lifetimes swedish fresh out of the destructive power of a cholera outbreak in the wake of cyclon e dying in southeastern africa has claimed its first victim with more than a thousand cases recorded the world health organization will begin a massive vaccination program on when. they in the mozambican city of bayda one of the worst hit places cyclery that has contaminated water supplies creating the conditions for color to spread more than eight hundred people were killed by the
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storm a figure rescuers say is likely to rise as receiving floodwaters uncover bodies. new york is set to become the second state in the u.s. to stop the grocery stores providing plastic bags for most purchases of the ban on single use bags which was passed as part of the state's budget negotiations signals a growing concern nationwide krisna salumi has more. right now they argue big in supermarkets and on city streets the department of environmental conservation says new yorkers currently use twenty three billion of these plastic bags annually but their convenience has given way to concern about the environment as more and more plastic ends up in our oceans waterways and waste streams new york joined california and dozens of municipalities this week when the state legislature passed a ban on most single use plastic bags. because it hurts environment
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plastic bags. so i think we should we should move ahead it's good for them aren't good for everybody the legislation allows local governments to impose a five cent fee for paper bags three cents will go to the state's environmental protection fund two cents will be kept by the municipality some shoppers think the state is taking things a bit too far imposing more cost on the consumer and if they want to inspire people to carry their groceries clothing. drinks and something different. maybe you have a discussion about. there will be some exceptions to the ban on plastic will still be ok for take out food from restaurants for example but the goal is to get people to bring reusable bags with them every time they go to the grocery store the ban will go into effect in one year kristen salumi al jazeera new york. and now in an
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epic tale of romance a lonely frog named romeo has finally found his juliet after a decade long search across the globe may sound like a fairy tale but it's happening right now in bolivia were romeo who is a. frog is at his first date with his new partner in an aquarium there they are romeo is one of the last of his species and scientists even created him a profile on a dating website before finally finding a match in the wild on you guessed that valentine's day last year fans can follow their dating exploits on the internet so far no indication is going to turn into a prince yet. top stories now on al-jazeera algeria's president of the as he's beautifully guy has about two weeks of mass protests and army pressure announcing he'll step down before the end of his term this month the president's office put out
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a statement saying the ailing eighty two year old will resign before the twenty eighth of april but it's not clear if that will satisfy protesters who want new generation of leaders to replace a ruling elite that they accuse of being corrupt secretive and out of touch al-jazeera is in one khan has more. throughout this crisis which is last for about six weeks now the government have tried measures to try and take the wind out of the cells of this protest movement in the first weeks they were saying no we're going to look at everything we're going to listen to your demands that wasn't enough and then they changed the prime minister that wasn't enough and now overnight we had this huge cabinet reshuffle twenty two members changed overnight however the hard core of the beautifully supporters remain in their positions. british m.p.'s have rejected all four alternative options to prime minister to resign may's breaks a deal which has also been rejected by parliament three times m.p.'s are deadlocked
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on options including a customs union and holding a second referendum on any withdrawal deal the votes are not legally binding turkish president of the his ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won in istanbul and ankara but the act party says there were voting irregularities any will appeal against the results many see the election as a referendum on heir to the government which has been battling a recession. and the trumpet ministration as they write that customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern u.s. border now they're being moved to handle an increase of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and to stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally washington says it will also ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers to mexico those are the headlines coming up next life apps full of
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a lot of farm thank you for watching i'll see you tomorrow but i. al-jazeera. where ever you are. it's a mobile world. with cold texts and apps to help make our lives easier. but not everyone's benefit. yet. chan mobile phone apps be designed to help make
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a better world. this series challenges app developers from around the world to visit communities who are missing out and then come up with an app that could help . a life. this week life apps is in brazil. a country that's in love with a smartphone but which remains deeply divided between the haves and have no. real division the perhaps the world's most beautifully located city. with business booming brazil is home to a mobile phone. and is fourth in the world for its number of smartphones.
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for young people like building a job creating outs for mobile phones is a dream come true. going to building a new computer you managed to do if you chose to stoop to signs me just down like many young software designers builder who wants to make a decent living but he also wants to help others who are not so fortunate and don't have a college education but i can hear the gospel you know it's science and then i'm up for example he said but i will say i miss with a dish possibly in the press. but i was on top of some. but all told me that you used to see it as a quiz which you said oh my quizzical problem with. what i'm going to be enough of here. designed to hear you basia vicki you
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get to see will seem. like they care they can get a few seconds like i was family and to say it but i feel as if it was your secrecy and me that he is going through as even if you susie don't in addition to that for so they can always year after his age. stones on. this project full of cost us all. make it out with family and. a video processor soon into another job before. despite its beautiful said leo has many problems social exclusion pollution and unemployment. so life has challenged to design a mobile phone app to help reduce marginalized communities.
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in route to move to fantasize over the soon to be improved. very much because like many young brazilian spitta wants to help create a sustainable economy that doesn't cause pollution or social exclusion he calls it the green economy i suppose. to intervene. in the stuffings that will dies that is. for me to see that he. is a to detain. a cease. fire since his regime is easy. to get out and it is though. hell into where men are massing pfizer wolf was a put up of mice and shitting in. the coming years with the van shown on the moon to see g.g. promise as this is the view. headed i did who has accepted the challenge to come up
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with a mobile phone app that could promote the green economy in rio. how can a mobile phone app help it's time for some on the ground research. here in rios last zome to meet scott do. the work on community projects in the allium own favela complexes two of brazil's largest shanty towns. as a shack in a collection of mad if. i can a french style complex the demo this in is more diligent and last but i asked the school when you can all have produce eggs well that you could put of those assistants i mean that there was a few provoke i was there. doing the gene you are taking it to me young people who can help him work on ideas for a map there's never been such
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a huge favela before the massive uncontrolled growth of is a major environmental issue in rio there's little proper sit it's a show. power or water supplies and hardly any green spaces. is able to say that's if you can move the whole james janda german economy assistant obviously economy has the edge in the answer that's cool but. that. that's. not the news that. will make. you. take. up on the roof pyramid study a young journalist. and other who works with x.
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convicts both lives in the alamo and student jail who grew up here in ma there. you can deal via simple cut the room keep getting cut on things you saw in the news music mishaps research past so this mission is keeping movie roles if this is a genuine thing judy woodruff order to punish graduates with an email to conclude and he joined in the treasure me. come off until a consensus on to me would be push the keys issued a kind of badge and sentimental badge called wish dogs or fresh produce entropy me to forcibly starbucks a fresh position for their secretaries who wouldn't support me now a secretary to a song now a secretary june being what it will get a visa soon as a record about the possibility of into the idea that i should carry this market that i either wish i was frustrated but always get out of the queue at which is the percentage with a question about the things you're officially in but i with all that i used to love
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into the world one second region europe moving to doing that they could put the city that way just for college though but i mean it was the keys to think about that makes them ashore more of a decision more is decision for me at the scene the harsh reality of life in the favelas is becoming clear to build them however his new friends are already trying to promote a green economy. and they've got some ideas whole mobile phone app could help in what amount to market makers and went to a galley t.-o. president of the day this. is a vessel that's had them say because am i at every age does an unknown school want the car to retain edge fought over what they are made out in the i.d.'s and they sell them on facebook. but with a chill greenock all of that you see budget if you want to think of one so that you should be a bit dodgy is that these illegal to me places this is the c k cut down by the gun what they say of us our one question so we need to order. all
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company on the ninety eight to devise a plan on. course for use as a softball to this time and to pray for cheer president bush and mr holmes for because george bush can keep on moving around the cure for when you die years you chairwoman courses you hear from here being just seems out you might form a billion people for. me. close by along the avenue of brazil and that's the made one hundred fifty thousand people live in the alamo fossella complex one of the biggest in real. business taking a look around and meeting up with. he wants to see the kind of environmental problems that could be helped by a green economy. and the kind of solutions people are already working on.
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don't fade to ikea i think they could change fugger here and you must pass them as a because you see a sad experience your monthly show has more of it is of being is beige out really shaky. the headline the us had a mean to be sure to be sure mason said they entertained think. it's evident. they listen to the full meaning and you create the bad you flee this time ain't she cheetah nice sure if asean ever gets them into to make. it. next to me that they expanded into a project called. going green you know all this john involves local people in sustainability projects and can things they use theater video and art for.
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both to people willing to listen to the a they've been seen. on put a limit to get the. dancing or movies each you know the serial to tell the truth they should notice something good view was that they were there i mean that you can't do math because of the show this whole. quarries next to the favelas used to spew dust into the atmosphere and the spike many protests one is still active. in supermax prison the buck passing thing is that we're going to have that.
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for a walk around a complex of favelas that's even bigger than the alamo this is just one deadly neglected park for over half a million residents. don't like you. because you know showing your mob the. mall when you've got a vision. you wish them. the sensex here. that has. been employed by the have been sealed off each time but so far for much of one year to crush this it feels a. little
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blue an awful lot of. mixed up in the mud is something known here a vegetable garden it's run by volunteers students prove the environment and to provide people with an alternative to junk food is a good. idea she thought it could be a pm put on would be a good thing to the family about you washing and full time the pilot paid the expression among the many diets bookishness was a pain sitting at. a pain to be. tied to. you know put a communique i think what they're saying is evil but our biology if you feel if you fall apart out. on their. own
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process of the people because i was soon seen should do that once that is if. they can. they can it won't taste of. that as it will be the last but. they soon do that she. came on the key is no. which i would yank you're right here in the you and i see t.v.
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but i. hear you live on. view out to you can you see that i wanted you. to. have. a say in. where you speculate your locality markets are. going to see follow that cash. in a place of displeasure. for the poor world of the real challenges involved. in the. more by you eating too that you can. just go through the. superior god than i could actually do that and i know.
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full well he must into the kitchen. only. she. simply can't you. see it green on. the green. after briefing them on all the projects decides to focus on the community vegetable garden. run afoul of them by the education system or. off they go if you can. only kind of you've been going to the complex. younger guy put the cell phone in could even. be sure i will issue will issue a. we should say here but we thought they defined homo soon and actually should think sums up on. the danish jumping i saw my ship of the city
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college you do five really did it to the moon and all but i'm clearly sends this missile yeah most. amazing to me if i'm putting on my jeans in a major fight don't. always see trivial wish to have my your is that one single question my or even if you don't. prefer to work with the sca to see the city please god pinch best film which one. specific bush in japan family is perfect so i just kind of blown past they don't. like eyes of the country geoffrey can i give it to you and if you come i think that you are to put ink on the lawn of the. i mean a salad in a smoky very bluntly. put a cue. ball he said we are going to talk amass
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a lot of the kind of question of why you. should i want of us. having the only visual it because it should be more look at it that i got you something new and i could you could only use logic involved you're told to divorce the problem when in doubt you can. win the national team or someone. i don't know. kind of a weak point in the future more to one of the committee but. the discussion continues into the evening until they reach a consensus. on it but. the plan is to design a mobile phone gang that allows people to plant and grow virtual seats and for every virtual seat. there'll be a real one planted in the community garden. if you wish was she going to some long walk because you can fish i will use
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a no saw i walk to my design to watch it i'm being. smart enough and we don't need to be going to be sickly. russia doesn't evolve in this but you don't want your body for dissolution should i say you do you value to produce so you can move. to the moon for a living and i did not deny it is man that you know i'm the one. true in u.t. developed yeah it's an ambitious idea. which . tomorrow they're going back to the matter fossella to explain how the apt would be .
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evolved who has heard this project has been chosen so appear to slice up but will bear this idea be what it involved really needs. facts if they live in the us. where they have for sale if they could fit their diet. that's obvious also just as they age is this thing always. applecart usually hits of. the say when my eyes evolve as a local so even though it's only at cons. stage through end unity explain how they're apt plant and harvest would work. first you must register.
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after that you get to know about the social projects listed on a new screen named meeting the project's. most a project is picked a screen opens and more information is seen along with a short video after donating to the project you can choose seeds from a list of several different vegetables and fruit these could now be planted and you can follow their growth. on the last screen like the harvest can be delivered to you or you can give it to a family in the community. if you decide to donate the harvest you receive the equivalent seats back so that you can keep on planting and playing. the part of the so long it took at you. but of course washed with your picker to
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call people back to care more for you to carry the knows they are going to be near my spare truck and if you don't know if it can be done it was said before if you don't know enough to how man now you yukio put their hallmark the easter break you should be asked to keep the your father in what you. regard the value of. the of it as exhibit a certain should the vision guided in the end of the wall he will sing it will be with me and they will sing it the way for law. is them it was a full thing selling. author of all of the old. decision used to mission. to this isn't going to boost an homage put article which
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he's created a new network and the green forest the great concrete he's shown another way mobile phones can help build a sustainable future with another life after. a notorious symbol of the u.s. war on terror once said the closure of guantanamo bay and its detainees go in no way we have identified as a priority is the construction of a new high value detention center i'm afraid that we're setting the conditions to return back to practice. in state sponsored torture as we did in the past rendition revisited to on. on al-jazeera
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nato leaders will gather to celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the alliance in washington d.c. madam husain engages in rigorous debates cutting through the headlines on up front twenty five years on from the genocide that killed nearly a million people rwanda has rebuilt but how far of its people have been reconciled the emmy award winning show phone lines is back with more investigative journalism and in-depth stories israel is to hold an early election on the ninth of april but with a corruption scandal looming will benjamin netanyahu extend his ten years as prime minister april on al-jazeera. armed vehicles transporting players riots police with guns one on one east explores why indonesian soccer fans fight and die for the sport another experience. the
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most memorable moment of al-jazeera was when i was on air as hosni mubarak fell with the crowds in tahrir square talking. to. us if something happens anywhere in the world al jazeera is in place we're able to cover news like no other news organizations. were able to do it properly. and that is our strength. this is al-jazeera. that on the clock this is news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes algeria's ailing president. says he will quit within
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a week says the mass protests forced key establishment figures to turn against the . venezuelan supremes court recommends that the opposition you don't want it muti from prosecution should be removed. time is ticking away and breaks it but there is no end to the deadlock because m.p.'s once again reject alternative ways for. a new report reveals the arab media targets of a crack packing team used by the u.a.e. . so that now here is president of the lebanese beauty flicka has agreed to step down by the end of this month bowing to weeks of mass protests and pressure from the army his office says he will resign before his full term expires all on april the twenty eight but it's unclear whether this will satisfy protesters who took to the streets six weeks ago when he announced his bid for
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a fifth reversing that decision was far from enough for algerians who want the entire political elite replaced on friday millions joined rallies across the country in the biggest show of force since the unrest began that triggered a major cabinet reshuffle under a caretaker government headed by the new prime minister it was appointed last month the army and key figures in the ruling party joined the cools for a constitutional removal of beauty flicka it's a two year old has been in power for twenty years but has rarely appeared in public since suffering a stroke six years ago imran khan has more now from tunis in neighboring tunisia. after twenty is president abdullah zs beautifully co will step down before april twenty eighth year of his presidency released a statement let me just read you from it's off to he named the new government on march thirty first two thousand and nineteen president beautifully co will issue important decisions that will ensure the constitutional rights and will ensure the continuity of the work of the state institutions during the transitional period
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that will take place from the day the president submits his resignation now all eyes are on when the president will submit his resignation it could come as early as choose day however we don't know now it has to be done before april twenty eighth that's the end of the president's term now the other thing the really crucial thing here is how is this mechanism being put in place that allows him to resign well it's something called off school one or two nautical wanted to give the president two options he can resign which is clearly the option he's chosen well he could have been forcibly removed by parliament as long as there was a two thirds majority in the house voted for him to be removed however is that going to be enough to appease the protestors probably knows the protestors have long said that they want a radical overhaul of not just the government and people closely beautiful but also in the opposition who they say are in cahoots with the government and they want to
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reduce role in public life of the army now one of the names that i think judging by social media and people that we've spoken to that will come into sharp focus in the next few days is the chief of the army sawley now he has pushed for article one or two however many in the protest movement suggest that what he's trying to do is replace beautifully with beautifully colloidal us that will keep continuity and that's a crucial word that continuity but it won't mean a big change now that's not going to be enough for the protesters just looking at social media one of the most interesting call tunes we've seen so far is a call to him that says we. we want the president to resign to tweet right now so there's going to be a big protest on friday likely to be bigger than the one last friday we saw millions of people out on the streets well let's hear now from la mina sushi who's a journalist based in algiers and she says a resignation will not be enough to stop the protests. even of the president's call
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for the continuity of state institutions and it's not i would just say that it's against what the people have been asking for because you know the continuity means that the country will keep going smoothly and you know we need to move to this transitional period i don't think anybody can be against that what people are against is the regime and what we mean by the regime and that is not only the president but everybody around the presidency and everybody connected to the president you see and so the resignation of the president that we're expecting any time now so unconfirmed reports are saying that tomorrow could be the day but we don't know but anyway he will resign before the twenty eighth of april but that is not enough their resignation is not nearly enough to appease the anger of the people. to venezuela now where the highest court is calling for opposition leader one guide owes a parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice says dissipate a court order that barred him from leaving the country the opposition leader has
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traveled to several latin american countries that support his claim to be president is seeking the exit of president nicolas maduro who's been struggling to contain economic chaos and hyperinflation well only attended a university rally and students to continue protesting in the streets against the dura. and yet here the government has no reason to kill venezuelans that are asking for water and electricity there is no excuse there is no excuse for security parties from the state to not protect venezuelans who are legitimately demanding their right to a dignified life. well let's speak to a latin america that is in human he joins us live from caracas and he said tell us more about this move by the supreme court and what it and she enables the administration to do with wider. hello nic well disappoint the president of the supreme court first of all declared why the in
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contempt of the court slapped a fine on him and then proceeded in this is the most significant part to order not to suggest but to order the constituent assembly which has basically taken over from the opposition controlled national assembly or legislature to start proceedings to strip him of his parliamentary immunity now remember why the is the president of the national assembly which is the body that named him the interim president it is not recognized by the government but it is recognized by the majority of latin american north and south american countries as well as japan and many many other countries in the world but until now the united states had warned the a administration that if it tried to move against why though there would be quote dire consequences but clearly that's what seems to be happening at this moment this is inching its way towards a moment when why they all could be arrested or don't rest ward could be issued
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against him and that's something that is very very new indeed and it's happening just as the opposition is which had been feeling very emboldened until now is beginning to feel the heat for example nic i just came from an opposition rally with idol and as he approached the stage armed groups that are loyal to the government called call it deals began throwing tear gas at why those caravan and some of the people there there were women and children this is something that hadn't happened before and it's clearly a warning as the opposition tries to put together what's being called operation freedom with a huge march all over the country on saturday meanwhile the general problems continue including. more bugs and the situation with. absolutely well president mother little had called for power rationing to begin for thirty days starting today we haven't seen really much of a change yet he says that this will allow for demand and supply to somehow link up
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together his people are into our or rather public services are closing at two o'clock most businesses are closing or only working half a day schools are shut down he promises to try to restore the supply of power and most importantly water which is what people desperately need but we didn't see any sign yet today of that happening in fact people were out on the streets protesting again and there was a fact isolated looting in different parts of the country as people demanded the return of power and especially water nic. thanks very much indeed new and reporting there from caracas thank you. so the u.k. parliament has failed to agree on an alternative to the government's brigs a deal presented with a list of four options m.p.'s were unable to find a majority for any of them the u.k. is now just ten days away from eckstein the european union without the deal paul brennan reports from london. on any given day the majority view outside parliament
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fluctuates with the changing numbers of pro and anti bracks it protest this and as m.p.'s inside debated the for alternatives to teresa mayes brick city on monday it was an anti brix it choir from yorkshire in the north of england who held sway. of the referendum based on the facts after cooling off period subject to a lot more scrutiny than the previous one is is perhaps the best way is having a dramatic overshadowing effect the prime minister has to the knife crime summit on monday to discuss a serious recent uptick in fatal stabbings theresa may insists it's a priority but there is a sense that her main focus lies elsewhere and during the debate itself climate change protesters stripped off in the public gallery of the parliamentary chamber to draw attention away from it and on to what they said was the most important issue facing the world right now. but all eyes were on the speaker john bercow as he announced the result none of the four alternatives had secured
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a majority the government how much home parliament's latest failure to agree on a way forward on this is now the second time the house is considered a wide variety of options for a way forward he says once again failed to find a clear majority for any of the options three the opposition isn't giving up if it's good enough for the prime minister to have three chances at her deal i then i suggest possibly the house should have a chance to consider again. the options that we had before us today in a debate on wednesday the prime minister is in a very tight corner here being presented with options by m.p.'s which either go against her negotiating redlines or contravene her own party's manifesto pledges she can ignore the indicative votes of course because they're non-binding but m.p.'s are already gearing up to pass new legislation which would force the government to comply for their teresa mayes options really do start to dwindle but
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many believe the prime minister will now try to win over pro leave bricks or tears with a final ultimatum. this is now the stark reality of what we are facing what you are facing and the project that you want is very easy so you either the will of the house is this a much softer slower breaks it or there is still mine deal i know you've rejected it several times but in this situation which is now in the least worst option although the prime minister and cabinet meet on tuesday morning to decide their next move paul brennan al-jazeera westminster. plenty more still ahead on the news hour including setback for one turkey's biggest cities turning their backs on the ruling party in local elections. fake it till you make it the idea he will now face the real president in a runoff in ukraine. as well coming up to the king's bounce back from the playoffs disappointment in the n.b.a. he is emotions run high on the sidelines.
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after significant setbacks in turkey's local elections president reza talk about when's ruling party is challenging the results in the capital ankara and the biggest city is timbales saying there were mistakes the act party has been defeated in most of the ten major metropolitan areas where the shell has this report. after almost two decades of constant losses turkey's opposition finally has reason to celebrate. the people's republican party or c.h.p. one of the mayoral position in the capital ankara it would seem is on course to capture is stumble turkey's largest and most populous city. turkey be happy now let's establish be happy and get back to normal we had seven elections in five years let's get back to work now and serve the people just as we start today we
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will run the see tina transparent fashion at every moment i'm doing this happily and i know that every part of the city belongs to sixteen million people. party has won every mayoral election in istanbul since one nine hundred ninety four it was the first major position held by roger tabor who used it to launch his political career nationally losing it is a personal blow to the president as act every victory and every loss is the will of our nation and we have to accept this fact as a necessity of democracy we will admit that we want people's hearts in cities we won but we were not successful. enough in cities we lost and we will act accordingly. despite the losses in some of the big cities like entirely and still managed to win more than half the votes counted process the country and nationally its retained largest number of mayors true but the turkish people appear to have directed their frustration with the faltering economy of the ruling party which has
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led the country uninterrupted for seventeen years. what was promised on june twenty fourth was if you don't want the country to have economic problems vote for the presidential coalition led by the president. president are one for the people have spoken i'm not here has a different you know that things need to change and that he and his party must come up with solutions to fix the country's economy and address the concerns of those who didn't vote for the out party the opposition will not be tested to see if it can deliver better governance and the positions it won from k.p. at a time when i'd once been accused of being autocratic sunday's elections are a demonstration that democracy is still very much alive and talking. of the results is seen as a reflection of the anger among vets is over the state of the economy and here's why all through so late in unbroken run the country slipped into recession last
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year because of the one who has dominated politics for two decades received a lot of the blame the currency crisis saw the turkish lira lose about forty percent of its value against the us dollar last year turkey's government has continued to burn through a lot of its foreign reserves trying to keep the lira stable inflation has compounded the impact of unemployment which is at a ten year high of around thirteen percent baron cohen who is assistant professor of willed history at the american university of iraq and sudan money he says the i pod's you will need to implement serious economic reforms in the coming years. given how badly the turkish economy is doing and the need to fix those things that the a.t.p. within the next three four years when they will not be facing an election. which probably will implement a set of reforms which could help them bounce back after the two thousand and seven elections and they faced and my read of domestic challenges it really lost that
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touch of reform and magic and the turkish economy really never reach captured its average growth of more than five to six percent from two thousand to two thousand and seven period if they did a series of reforms such as reconstituting the central bank of turkey as an independent as an independent institution that's trying to interfere with especially interest rates at this central banks. if you just use of it the interest rate mechanisms trying to manipulate. the foreign currency exchange markets as they did last week with the with the temporary closing of the swap market things will go in a much better direction it's reforms for the rule of law a lot of that could really help the the medium and long term but it however they
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continue one of the populist economic policies that all bets are off a cholera outbreak in mozambique in the wake of cycling it a has claimed its first victim more than one thousand cases have been recorded so far the world health organization says a massive vaccination program will start on wednesday in the mozambican city of banda cyclon a day has contaminated water supplies creating the conditions for color it's a spread well in eight hundred people were killed by the storm in three countries the figure rescuers say is likely to rise. government leaders in mali a warning of even greater turmoil if the united nations reduces its peacekeeping force to the mission's mandate is due for renewal in june but canadian and dutch peacekeepers who form part of the sixteen thousand strong force already going home let's talk joined one of the final deployments. they call this operation desert falcon on board this royal canadian air force helicopter or the dutch long range
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reconnaissance team they're about to be dropped close to the border with burkina faso in an area controlled by armed groups while iceland syria is on the defensive here the slow mixtape in the greater sahara the local ice aloft shoot is on the offensive it's highly active in this border area and has claimed any number of attacks. too dangerous and sensitive the u.n. would not allow us to film this infiltration operation with both canadians and dutch forces removing some of the footage we shot to protect their troops they say . while this is a peacekeeping mission in looks and feels like an exercise in counterinsurgency what makes this mission dangerous is that we have a lot of different layers of conflict drivers that's there that actually feeds. the danger in mali as we have a lot of smugglers smuggling activity illegal trafficking criminality we have this ethnic tension between different groups we have the influx of terrorists from from
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the border region and from inside mali and also we have this tension between the armed groups that are sort of fighting for political power. and all these things add up to the one big dangerous melting pot. as the mission in mali is known costs a billion dollars a year and is considered the un's most perilous it's already cost the lives of two hundred peacekeepers that's more than any previous mission and some of them were dutch. the canadian forces have brought back their helicopter to get it. three hundred kilometers away the dutch forces continue their ground patrol. this is an international effort to try to bring back peace in a country that spiraling out of control although their mandate is to protect all of the european forces limit their operation just as far as this canadian medivac team can carry them and bring them back in march the un forces did not intervene when
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hundreds of the villagers were attacked by government backed militia groups in the region of. the violence continues to spread in canada and the netherlands are pulling out of this operation saying their mission is done we are leaving but the un still stays behind with another thirteen thousand troops so i'm not afraid molly will completely collapse now that's why we leave they might lose a specific us. troops can do a job just as well. they come back hours later after having seen thousands of people uprooted by the increasing violence in need of help but in the hands of armed groups they bear witness to what seems to be an expanding war thoughts out of sight deep in the nicholas hawk al-jazeera. for instance hugo is the africa and it's from the french weekly news magazine l'express he says community clashes fueled by other regional groups have spread violence. originally the
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danger was localized in the northern part of the country and then it's coming south with new tensions in central mali and to give you a very recent example in the twenty third of march you had the massacre of more than one hundred sixty civilians in a small village and here you have the real danger it's a toxic cocktail between and shouldn't if not ancestral intel community clashes between i would say basically farmers and cattle graders and the activism of jihad these groups in fact the jihad has never been uprooted from mali and now from central mali and you have to add. something to the problem you have a conflicting approach between for example france and russia on the one hand and the united states on the other at least fourteen people have been killed by an
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armed group in northwest nigeria the incident follows the death of another forty people in the states on thursday men suspected of belonging to cattle rustling and kidnapping gangs believed to be behind the attacks on interest is more now from a puter. this is the latest in the round of violence sweeping northwest nigeria in particular for a state this a state that has been under tight by what security forces here call bandits they've been running over entire villages psyching entire communities tens of thousands of been displaced and they have also spread their tentacles not only in some forested but across most parts of northwest nigeria a cartoonist state in some sort of state in other parts of the northwest and also moved into a new general public one of the communities that was attacked or whether we can was in fact on the border with nizkor republic so the security forces here at especially the nigerian army which has been fighting so many battles across several
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states in nigeria has deployed there or why a year ago but these attacks still continue entire communities have been stopped and tens of thousands of people are now living in displaced persons camp across northwest nigeria the victory of actor and comedian vladimir zelinsky in the first round of ukraine's presidential election will not be followed by clint scrutiny of his plans for the country is rivals will in the lenski like to strengthen experience to deal with russia's president vladimir putin as well from kiev. ukraine's comic actor volodymyr zelinsky owes his success in the first round of the presidential election to t.v. fame and a protest vote by young people frustrated by corruption and the slow pace of reform in one of europe's poorest countries living in. the people are more important to me more than political ambition the people are both everything the ukrainian people are waiting for us but who will get the last laugh linsky will now face far more
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forensic scrutiny of his so far rather vague plans for the country first. to do is actually clean up corruption institutions make them independent ensure that the. second judiciary system what there was before by president bush and that was a fake clear if those sorts of broad brushstrokes may not be enough against the incumbent president petro poroshenko the chocolate billionaire with a taste for a second term yeah. i will understand the signal that society sending to us in power is a harsh lesson for me and for our whole team and they lead us to correct past mistakes. poroshenko has been quick to seize the initiative telling young voters that he's heard their protest promising quicker reforms and questioning the ability of political novice zelinsky to represent ukraine on the world stage he's warned
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that an inexperienced leader would be a gift to russia's vladimir putin scuppering hopes of ending ukraine's war with russian backed separatists in the east what matters for us and what matters is the sense of transatlantic solidarity as a combination of political pressure sanctions and to very clear just support your create against the russian aggression so experience matters into livery in that message of experience matters and trust matters that voters will be faced with an extraordinary choice in a second round runoff in three weeks time a t.v. comic charming charismatic but with no political background whatsoever or the incumbent president who's failed to rid this country of corruption or to end the war but who many may feel has the strength and experience that ukraine can't do
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without you and a whole algis iraqi of. the u.s. house of representatives is investigating claims that the tribe of ministration has handed out questionable security clearance to twenty five individuals against the advice of his security advisers this came to light when one of the advisers submitted evidence to the house oversight committee can really help it has the very latest from washington d.c. . the whistleblower is an eighteen year veteran of the white house working in security protocols as security clearances under both democratic as well as republican administrations she is alleging that this administration under u.s. president donald trump has been granting security clearances to at least two dozen individuals including two senior level white house officials even though those individuals had previously been denied under the standard security protocol now this is something that concerns her so greatly that she took this issue to the
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house oversight committee which is controlled by democrats and that committee is now investigating this case now it is widely it has been widely reported that u.s. president donald trump allowed for his son in law jared cushion or to get a security clearance after he was previously denied one in fact it was widely reported that he ordered his chief of staff or former chief of staff john kelly to get that security clearance for gerrard when he was previously denied some of the reasons for denials typically include financial problems drug use even criminal conduct that's why the house oversight committee says it's now investigating it has ordered the white house to turn over files related to the security clearance investigations and it says it will issue subpoenas if the white house refuses to cooperate. still ahead here on al-jazeera more and why single use plastic bags is set to be banned in new york state. and china steps up the battle against the
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highly addictive painkiller at the request of the united states. in sport one of their is turned blue and white is resting in wait for the argentinean football title. hello again where across parts of america we are looking at still cold temperatures particularly in the morning this frontal boundary right here that you can see on the satellite pushing out to the atlantic but still behind it we are looking at chilly temperatures they are coming up at the highs are still looking at the low teens in some locations but out here towards the northeast we're still talking single digits we're talking boston new york auto up montreal still not getting out of the single digits until we get into wednesday where the air starts to moderate just a little bit down here towards the south though looking much better for atlanta twenty
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two degrees as your forecast but we do expect to see some rain showers coming into play for parts of the midwest as we go towards mid week where across the caribbean sea a lot of clouds out here towards the east those clouds are going to have some showers and we don't think they're going to be too too heavy at times but temperatures across the region either hovering in the low thirty's or the high twenty's nesa we do expect to see some showers to you at about twenty eight degrees there and then very quickly across much of south america but way down here towards the southern half we are going to sing quite a bit of rain anywhere across the northern part of argentina we do think that we could see some localized flooding in the area over here towards rio though it is going to be a partly cloudy day here on tuesday twenty nine but temperature coming up phew i thought thirty one degrees on wednesday. a city defined by military occupation there's never been an arab state here at the capital of jerusalem everyone is welcome but this depôt structure that maintains
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the color project that's what we refuse 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 our rock and a hard place on al-jazeera when the news breaks and the story build six million children in and outside syria have been affected by war when people need to be heard. and the story needs to be told people are telling us that there's no medicine that they're not enough their engine al-jazeera has teens on the ground u.s. air power alone is not enough to bring in more will maintain documentaries and live news on air and online.
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and again you're watching al-jazeera a reminder about top stories this hour and the algerian president's office says that at dillard's he's beauty flicka will step down before his term ends on april twenty eighth millions of algerians have been protesting for several weeks calling for the eighty two year old to step down. and israeli supreme court is calling for opposition leader one why doe's parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice as a way to dissipate a court order that bought him from leaving the country the opposition leader has traveled to several latin american countries that support his claim to be president . techie's ruling party says mistakes were made at thousands of ballot boxes in the capital after sustaining significant losses in local elections the opposition won
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the man's office in ankara and several other major cities. a group of former u.s. intelligence agents helped the united arab emirates spy on prominent arab media figures according to a special report by reuters targets for the hikers included the chairman of al-jazeera and the host of a b.b.c. arabic television show the hack was part of a u.a.e. intelligence program exploit exposed by reuters earlier this year is their report. i am hoping that cooler heads will prevail when the united arab emirates and its allies broke with neighboring could tor over a host of grievances in june twenty seventh a group of american hackers working for a secret u.a.e. spy program sprang into action as first revealed by reuters those american operatives had once worked for the n.s.a. and other u.s. spy agencies but they now worked as part of a u.a.e. cyber squad called project raven using skills they learned in the u.s.
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to spy on opponents of the u.a.e. monarchy the team of americans now turn those skills an american ally qatar as the u.a.e. joined by saudi arabia egypt and baccarin imposed a blockade accusing could torah financing extremist groups in the region writers correspondents joel shechtman and christopher being uncovered the story so what we found was that after the blockade took effect project or a van ramped up its monitoring of. you know of qatar in general of its surveillance of qatar and specifically ramped up its you know its surveillance of media figures according to documents the us mercenary hackers begin targeting a number of journalists especially those at the could tor funded al-jazeera network both countries viewed the network's expansive coverage of the arab spring uprisings as a deliberate attempt by qatar to fuel opposition to their monarchs al-jazeera says it's an independent news service giving
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a voice to everyone in the region former operative say their goal as they hack their targets was to find material showing that the tours royal family was pulling strings in the local media since the emirate is believe that these journalists have such close ties to the qatari government they believe that by hacking the i phones of these reporters. you know that it would give them access to like emails or messages or intelligence about the qatari government at. south the u.s.a.'s ministry of foreign affairs did not respond to requests for comment and the n.s.a. declined to comment according to program documents by its all customers one target he is the host of a popular debate show on al-jazeera cult opposite direction it's the network's chairman was also hacked the u.s. ambassador to qatar during the gulf crisis dina shell smith said she found it alarming that american intelligence veterans were able to work for another government in targeting in america now ari when it's time zones speak to glenn call
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his a fullness cia intelligence officer joins us live from boston that welcomes the program is to go now we all know that nations carry out surveillance on other nations but does it come a surprise that u.s. operatives were carrying out the surveillance for the u.a.e. but a slight surprise i'm not surprised that this kind of industrial espionage or or mercenary espionage occur i'm slightly surprised that former american intelligence officers would do that the skills that we learn in our respective specialties these these folks for cyber intelligence and i for human intelligence really are not to be shared with another power whether for hire or not now we all know that there are a lot of mercenaries who will do whatever is paid for but that does surprise me a little bit the thing is a seems as if they were working against their own country and suddenly gets an
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american ally in this case. they were a spy on front of nationals u.s. journalists. yes well i suppose their rationalization was that they were working as private employees in conducting the film fulfilling a contract or something like that with the u.a.e. but that's a pretty thin rationalization for what's clearly industrial or in this case state espionage and i would have thought that they would have had second thoughts about doing that but. this is very pervasive whatever the kind of intelligence work that one can imagine whether it's human intelligence or penetrating cyber fire walls or any other kind of intelligence it does go on. by people for hire against anyone of interest to a third party would washington have been aware that this was going on and would
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there be any repercussions now. i don't know if washington would have been aware the intelligence community knows a lot of things that it's not told about but i don't know i don't know my guess is that in this instance the people who were doing the operations probably would not have informed us but. it's hard it's hard to know what happens in the shadows i don't know right repercussions. i can't cite chapter and verse about the law but intelligence officers are not supposed to peddle their skills to other countries or third parties and so if there is an existing law i'll be surprised if congress doesn't react about this this is something that really shouldn't happen by american. officers very good intel appreciative spoke to thanks
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very much indeed. facebook has removed hundreds of fake accounts and spam pages linked to political parties in india and pakistan military facebook says the accounts were created to manipulate social media uses pages supporting india's main opposition congress party as well as the ruling b j p were removed files tamil has more now from delhi. out of the seven hundred or so accounts that have been taken down most were seen as supporting the opposition congress party now facebook denies that they're targeting them specifically but only fifteen or so belong to or were rather supporting the governing b j p now if you look in a different way the number of followers it does paint a little bit of a different picture those seven hundred or so counts of porn the governing b j p added up to about two hundred thousand followers in total those fifteen pages or so that support of the governing b j p had two and
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a half million followers now the inauthentic behavior you spoke about facebook says that that's the reason that those fake accounts were taken down not the content they posted per se but that could mean that these were fake accounts or that they were bots ones that automatically post pages or links now the congress party says that none of the part pages taken down actually belong to them but that could just mean that they belong to supporters the b j p on the other hand hasn't commented on the pages supporting them this issue of fake news has been spreading on social media and messaging applications particularly whatsapp which is owned by facebook some of the more recent and biggest fake news stories have been the ones on calvin july auntie's stories about the slaughtering of cows an animal considered sacred by too many here in india which has led to attacks on minorities as well has been the targeting of mary's in february and march following the suicide bombing of indian troops here back in february as this storm has swept the power of destruction
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across southern to pull at least thirty one people in the two being killed and hundreds injured for the rescue and recovery crews have yet to reach some remote areas for c.b.s. rest are reports now from posset district. telephone poles snapped like toothpicks collapsed homes vehicles overturned sunday night's storm left a trail of destruction in the districts of southern. as well as the dead and injured government ministers say at least one hundred thousand the pallies are affected. the doctor in charge of this hospital and says he's lucky to have survived because i was on the road in the bus in front of me flipped i had to do c.p.r. on people on the road many people here have hating jews and many have broken their arms and legs doctors here have been working around the clock and patients who sustained more serious injuries were taken to other hospitals some to the capital
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katmandu. the storm hit around seven thirty in the evening just around dinner time the fierce winds brought down many of the wood and mud houses some almost like matchsticks crushing people and trapping them in the city about its prime minister has visited some patients. was sick so the political process if the second victory because of the death of the one because i don't think i would think that they should. have a live in the beds and they never think that being a party was your mother said that security forces have been mobilized to help rescue operations and local groups have started to distribute aid including food and medicine many here are still recovering from the shock and the force of a storm never seen in their lifetimes. that destructive power. the sri
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lanka's president is calling for drug traffickers to get the death penalty off to watching police destroy eight hundred kilos of cocaine. and send the plans to end the forty three year old moratorium on capital punishment high tech detention detection equipment be installed at sri lankan ports to disrupt drug distribution in the indian asian region they destroyed cocaine was part of a record seizure three years ago. israel has lifted its ban on palestinians fishing off the coast of gaza decisions part of a cease fire deal between israel and hamas the agreement which was mediated by egypt includes expanding the fishing zone along the mediterranean coast israel reopened two main crossings on sunday following a weekend of palestinian protest on the border patrol administration has directed customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern us border they're being moved to handle an influx of central american migrants at the border with mexico and stop them from trying to
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enter the u.s. illegally washington says it will ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers to mexico i did to castrate reports now from washington d.c. . this memo from u.s. homeland security secretary here's to nielsen says as many as seven hundred fifty u.s. border patrol agents may be reallocated from where they're currently position which maybe interior checkpoints are processing commercial trade to these hot spots right on the border where they're seeing an influx of central american families and unaccompanied minors crossing without authorization into the u.s. that number is that it is at an eleven year high in march and expected one hundred thousand people who are entering the u.s. in that manner to seek asylum from poverty and gangs in their home countries now because of this the border patrol has been complaining that they are overwhelmed that they're putting people under bridges processing them at
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a breakneck speed and having to free them at bus stops and other places just on the border streets of the u.s. in texas and in arizona and in california and nielsen is saying that this is going to redeploy those assets so that more border patrol agents are available to process this mass influx of people seeking asylum in the u.s. the second part of this announcement would be to expand the remain in mexico program which is very controversial because rather than allowing asylum seekers to wait the months or years that it takes for these. cases to be decided by a u.s. immigration judge they've been staying in the united states during this wave but now the travel ministration is sending them to mexico a place that could be dangerous according to advocates for immigrants as well as possibly illegal international asylum laws says that these asylum seekers must be
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protected as their process continues new york will become the second stage in the united states. providing plus the bugs for most purchases to burn which is post. as part of the state's budget negotiations signals a growing concern nationwide christensen really has. right now they argue big in supermarkets and on city streets the department of environmental conservation says new yorkers currently use twenty three billion of these plastic bags annually but their convenience has given way to concern about the environment as more and more plastic ends up in our oceans waterways and waste streams new york joined california and dozens of municipalities this week when the state legislature passed a ban on most single use plastic bags but there's a good idea why is that because it hurts environment plastic bags to degrade. so i think we should we should move ahead it's good for them aren't good for
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everybody the legislation allows local governments to impose a five cent fee for paper bags three cents will go to the states environmental protection fund two cents will be kept by the municipality some shoppers think the state is taking things a bit too far imposing more cost on the consumer and if they want to inspire people to carry their groceries clothing ship their drinks and something different maybe have a discussion about it. there will be some exceptions to the ban plastic will still be ok for takeout food from restaurants for example but the goal is to get people to bring reusable bags with them every time they go to the grocery store the ban will go into effect in one year kristen salumi al jazeera new york. china's government is clamping down on a highly addictive drug in an apparent gesture to the united states as they try to sort out that trade standoff friend to nil and all similar drugs will be added to
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china's list of controlled substances suspected of being the main source of the powerful painkiller that's cause record numbers of overdose deaths in the united states in december donald trump said any chinese move against what he called a hard drug it would be a game changer in solving the trade war. looks at why france available which is used as a general anesthetic is now at the center of the u.s. crisis. well this latest announcement is a great win for the u.s. president donald trump chinese made fence now flooding the u.s. market has become a major sticking point for him in the trade deal and here is why last year seventy thousand people in the u.s. died from drugs overdose at least hoth of those were caused by fentanyl last month the u.s. department of health reported that between twenty eleven and twenty sixteen fentanyl overdose deaths rose by more than a thousand percent and that's because the drug is fifty times stronger than heroin and around one hundred times stronger than morphine and the largest increase in
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defense in all related fatalities is among those aged between fifteen and thirty four and while most victims are whites overdose deaths are rising faster among black and latino communities in january the u.s. customs and border patrol announced the biggest ever seizure offense will in street valley well three and a half million dollars in fact one hundred fourteen kilos of this synthetic opioids were discovered under a false floor in a truck carrying vegetables from mexico and the illegal drugs travel from china to mexico and then across into the u.s. in fact fence nals potency means mexican cartels can deal with smaller shipments instead of smuggling fifty kilos of heroin with the risk of getting caught dealers would only need to smuggle in one kilo of fence will instead to receive the same street value and financial return and while most of it is transported into the u.s. through legal ports of entry or even by post trump has repeatedly cited the opioids
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including fentanyl a one of his reasons for building a border war with mexico i'd also like to have you take a look at the event and all that's coming out of china and mexico. and what have you can do from a legal standpoint whether it's litigation lawsuits of people in companies. in china you have some pretty big companies sending their garbage and killing our people it's almost a form of words. and i'd like to do whatever you can do legally to stop it from china and from mexico and if you could look into that and appreciate it china by its disputed u.s. claims that it is responsible for the fentanyl crisis move on of the free of arts and the accusations from the us leg evidence that contrary to the facts the chinese government has always been committed to n.t. drug principles and has implemented the international anti drug obligations in a manner befitting a responsible large country the us itself is the main factor in the country's problem of internal abuse and the biggest label fenced on produce in china has
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actually welcomed the come down but insists it has nothing to do with the drugs that end up in the u.s. in fact it's blaming it on illegal produces in the meantime via spencer epidemic has prompted police to carry a lifesaving antidote just in case. still ahead. thank
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you very much english club arsenal's bid to return to the european champions league next season received a big boost on monday nights are in ramsey opened the scoring against newcastle in the first half before a second half strike by alexander luck as that wraps up a two know when you know emery's men have moved up to third in the standings in the english premier league or manchester united can overtake them if they beat wolves on tuesday united manager. says french star paul pogba is happy at the club despite tense that he's lining up a move to rail madrid the world cup winners said last week that playing for sin against the down outs rail would be the dream for any player port up here is going to be a big big parties i've always said it that you like to build your team around him. that hasn't changed at all. manchester city's manager pep guardiola says his team
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need to play like a machine if that's when a quadruple this season they've already clinched the league cup and are still in the hunt for the f.a. cup champions league and premier league is nothing to mind in the title is next with next he's going to leave proper world in a machine to do we need to play the in in trade to win it one day interviews are going to happen because the reality is that is worried about a few mentally the people is a really. christiane alden has lifted the european champions league trophy in each of the last three seasons but he could be absent as his new club event is trying to reach the semifinals the portuguese is battling to recover from a fine injury sustained on international duty in time for next week's quarter final against i.x. . loves us the would handle rinaldo is working hard and let's hope we can have him with us for the match against i.x. it's difficult but we still hope to have him he's working well every day so we are hopeful it's a lot on abraham of it was immediately in goal scoring form for the l.a.
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galaxy on his return from injury the thirty seven year old hadn't played since the start of march and went close with this partial overhead kick in the game against the portland timbers this way to strike it did go on to score two penalties in a two one win the galaxy sit fifth in the western conference. and a free kick from former england captain wayne rooney helped d.c. united to a two one win over orlando city rooney's team are top in the east's. wrestling have won the argentine football league title for the first time in five years a one one draw at tea great for the buenos aires team was the cue for the celebrations to begin it's the eighteenth league title in the club's history. another horse has died at santa anita taking the number to twenty three in three months at the california racetrack arms around or injured his leg during a race on sunday and was put down it comes two days after the track reopened following
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a month long investigation into the deaths in the emirates the opening day of the abu dhabi does it challenge had several winners among the pacesetters frenchwoman cyril de prey on the darker five times on his bike but a switch to four wheels these days he won a very windy turn hundred sixty two k. yes marina circuit stage to the bikes on the stage when went to twenty seventeen some sunderland of great britain. two of california's finest went head to head in major league baseball when the san diego padres faced the san francisco giants it was a low scoring game thanks to chris product making an impressive major league debut the padres rookie pitcher striking out seven of the giants batters san diego winning this one three to one in the n.h.l. the calgary flames have won their division for the first time in thirteen years and with it the western conference title they were up against the san jose sharks who took a chunk out of their hopes early on through t.-mo mayer but the flames have been on
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a streak of seven wins in ten heading towards the stanley cup playoffs and they were too hot for san jose a five two win sealing home advantage in the western conference knockouts. they sacramento kings failure to reach the n.b.a. playoffs this weekend worked out in favor of the san antonio spurs who qualified for the postseason for the twenty second year in a row a day later sacramento got the chance to take out their frustration as they came up against the spurs santonio as motivation seeming to have deserted them as they say out the regular season the kings winning one hundred thirteen two hundred six spurs coach gregg popovich was objected for protesting the referee's calls just a bit too strongly now to an invention that could have come in handy in that game this robots has been developed in japan it's called q three an i and giants assigned not some s three pointers although occasionally it does have
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a very minor drawbacks include an inability to dribble or jump. ball for now we'll have more later on paul thanks very much indeed this will it for to see a little bit later but is it for the news hour but i will be back with another full half hour of news in a couple of minutes time see you then from. up
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to. market. driven by outrage and spanning generations demonstrators gathered on the very day a widely criticized repatriation agreement between the governments of bangladesh and me and more was to begin the anger was all too apparent and the fear was palpable if you don't like we're so afraid that if they send one of us back to today tomorrow they'll send back ten and the day after tomorrow they'll send back twenty if we were given citizenship in myanmar then there would be no need to take us back there we would go back on our own we must remember the rancho are among the most persecuted minorities in the world. the environment doesn't know any
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boundaries what goes up into the environment goes around the world. pushed that it's a very modern way to do. believe me poisons the measure of progress. the domestic population. will kill. circle of poison zero. president to quit within weeks spit will it be enough to appease protesters. but ironically this is out zero live from doha also coming up in the program.
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still drumming up support but now there's new action against venezuela's opposition leader. the now does have it yet another setback for the reason why and have breakfast plans. and a new report reveals the arab media targets of a crack team used by the way. so that algeria as president has agreed to step down by the end of the month vowing to weeks of protests and precious precious abilities pretty free because office says he will resign before his twenty year rule runs out on april twenty eighth but it's unclear if the move will satisfy protesters who started demonstrating six weeks ago when he announced his bid for a fifth term reversing that decision wasn't enough for the algerians demanding the entire political elite be replaced on friday millions joined rallies across the
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country in the biggest show of force since the unrest began and that triggered a major cabinet reshuffle under it can take a government headed by the new prime minister who was appointed last month fiame and key figures in the routing policy join the cools for close situational removal the beauty flicka eighty two year old is rarely appeared in public since he had a stroke six years ago and right column has more now from two nights in neighboring tunisia. after twenty is president abdullah zs beautifully co will step down before april twenty eighth year of his presidency released a statement let me just read you from it's off to he named the new government on march thirty first two thousand and nineteen president beautifully co will issue important decisions that will ensure the constitutional rights and will ensure the continuity of the work of the state institutions during the transitional period that will take place from the day the president submits his resignation now all eyes are on when the president will submit his resignation it could come as early
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as choose day however we don't know now it has to be done before april twenty eighth that's the end of the president's term now the other thing the really the crucial thing here is how is this mechanism being put in place that allows him to resign well it's something called offical wanted to know all school wanted to give the president two options he can resign which is clearly the option he's chosen well he could have been forcibly removed by parliament as long as there was a two thirds majority in the house voted for him to be removed however is that going to be enough to appease the protestors probably knows the protestors have long said that they want a radical overhaul of not just the government and people close to beautiful but also in the opposition who they say are in cahoots with the government and they want to reduce role in public life of the army now one of the names that i think judging by social media and people that we've spoken to that will come into sharp focus in the next few days is the chief of the army sawley now he has pushed for
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article one or two however many in the protest movement suggest that what he's trying to do is replace beautifully with beautifully colloidal us that will keep continuity and that's a crucial word that continuity but it won't mean a big change now that's not going to be enough for the protesters just looking at social media one of the most interesting call tunes we've seen so far is a call to him that says we. we want the president to resign to tweet right now so there's going to be a big protest on friday likely to be bigger than the one last friday we saw millions of people out on the streets for long as sushi is a journalist based in algiers and she says the resignation will not stop the protests the team of the presidency called for the continuity of state institutions and it's not i would just say that it's against what the people have been asking for because you know the continuity means that the country will keep going smoothly
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and you know we need to move to end this transitional period i don't think anybody can be against that what people are against is the regime and what we mean by the regime in that is not only the president but everybody around it the presidency and everybody connected to the president you see and so the resignation of the president that we're expecting any time now so unconfirmed reports are saying that tomorrow could be the day but we don't know but anyway he will resign before the twenty eighth of april but that is not enough their resignation is not nearly enough to appease the anger of the people to venezuela now where the highest court is calling a free for opposition leader one of why those parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice says that white have disobeyed a court order that bolland him from leaving the country the opposition leader has traveled to several latin american countries to support his claim to be president or do is seeking the exit of president nicolas maduro has been struggling to contain economic chaos and hyper inflation. attended
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a university rally you had students to continue protesting in the streets against madeira. and yet here the government has no reason to kill venezuelans that are asking for water and electricity there is no excuse there is no excuse for security policies from the state to not protect venezuelans who are legitimately demanding their right to a dignified life would attend now for my latin america to see a new and who has more from caracas. after declaring opposition leader why daughter in contempt of the court the president of the supreme court went a step further he ordered the constituent assembly which is now the most powerful institution in the country to start proceedings to strip him of his parliamentary immunity what does this mean it means that the government is moving closer and closer to perhaps issuing an arrest warrant against why dall now remember the national assembly has really no power it has been stripped of this by the my little
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government but it is recognized by most governments in north and south america as well as europe and japan and australia just to name some so until now the united states had threatened that if he touched or tried to arrest wide law there would be quote dire consequences but apparently this is no longer going to protect him or at least that is the impression now as the opposition leader who has been acting as it is as though he were protected somehow by the united states is beginning to feel the heat in fact the first time he said that he knows that the government wants to arrest him a week ago we had said that they couldn't arrest him so this is happening precisely at the time when the opposition is trying to keep the heat on the government by bringing more and more people out on to the streets by asking them to go out and protest against the shortages of what of power and of water and as they plan what is being described as operation freedom a major assault as they describe it against the government bringing everybody out
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onto the streets this coming saturday to call for the end of the mughal government over as well as who fled to bolivia say they no fear being sent home dozens were arrested after leading into during protests last month in the capital la paz bolivia is one of the few latin american countries that still supports venezuela's president. in venezuela i'm a civil engineer i worked for many years the boston gondola driver in my country but there is no work food security medicine and now every day the situation in my country becomes worse it is more difficult i had the option to come here or die of hunger literally in venezuela i decided with my wife and daughter to leave the country i do not regret it. so. failed again to agree on an alternative to the government's breaks it deal presented with a list of four options m.p.'s were unable to find
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a majority for any of them the u.k. is now just ten days away from exiting the european union without any deal brennan reports from the. on any given day the majority view outside parliament fluctuates with the changing numbers of pro and anti bracks it protest this and as m.p.'s inside debated the four alternatives to teresa mayes brix a deal on monday it was an anti brix it choir from yorkshire in the north of england who held sway. of the referendum based on the facts after the cooling off period subject to a lot more scrutiny than the previous one is is perhaps the best way it is having a dramatic overshadowing effect the prime minister has to the knife crime summit on monday to discuss a serious recent uptick in fatal stabbing theresa may insists it's a priority but there is a sense that her main focus lies elsewhere and during the debate itself climate change protesters stripped off in the public gallery of the parliamentary chamber
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to draw attention away from it and on to what they said was the most important issue facing the world right now but all eyes were on the speaker john bercow as he announced the result none of the four alternatives had secured a majority the government how much home parliaments latest failure to agree on a way forward on this is now the second time the house is considered a wide variety of options for a way forward he says once again failed to find a clear majority for any of the options three the opposition isn't giving up if it's good enough for the prime minister to have three chances at her deal i then i suggest possibly the house should have a chance to consider again. the options that we had before us today in a debate on wednesday the prime minister is in a very tight corner here being presented with options by m.p.'s which either go against her negotiating redlines or contravene her own party's manifesto pledges
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she can ignore the indicative votes of course because they're non-binding but m.p.'s are already gearing up to pass new largest. which would force the government to comply from there to recent days options really do start to dwindle but many believe the prime minister will now try to win over a prolife brick city is with a final ultimatum. this is now the stark reality of what we are facing what you are facing and the project that you want is facing you either the will of the house is this a much softer slower breaks or there is still mine deal i know you have rejected it several times but in this situation which has now been least worst option. the prime minister and cabinet meet on tuesday morning to decide their next move paul brennan al-jazeera westminster. now than the children of murdered saudi journalist . understood to receive millions of dollars worth of compensation from the kingdom
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a us new newspaper the washington post says his four children have been given expensive homes in saudi arabia will top of that they received pallets worth tens of millions of dollars and large monthly lump sums so g. was killed six months ago after entering the saudi consulate in istanbul let's get now to josh on who's the executive director at the arab center in washington which is an independent research organization and joins us via skype from washington d.c. tell us more about this is this is actually part of a tradition is that part of the cultural system how does it work. i think so as not you know the islam it's just him as practiced in saudi arabia and other muslim countries it's not make law provides for basically financial compensation when there is accidental murder particularly by a muslim against another muslim whereby the family of the victim or the heirs of
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the victim have this option of accepting if you will this ransom or blood money sometimes people translate it and return for simply you know basically forgetting cause solace or the punishment of the guilty party it's voluntary it's up to the family of the picked him to accept that but frankly in this case i'm not sure really it's solves the problem i mean this is up to the family to accept that or not i do not feel comfortable advising him either way given that it's going to be take i think it is going it doesn't solve the problem despite the traditions given the circumstances and given the sheer amounts of money you can easily see how it could be construed as a long term financial incentive to keep them quiet. exactly if that and then exported to serve as a financial incentive to demand silent i think that will be
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a very negative for us both in terms of the reputation of the kingdom and. at least publicly by the kingdom to try to settle this issue if it's simply meeting cultural demands or requirements while i lot we a credible legal process to proceed to find that can get party and punish the guilty party according to the ongoing legal system and saudi arabia would like i said with an open court with observers international observers then so be it but alone as a financial incentive i think frankly frankly it's an insult. right really it is just saudi arabia using cultural tradition to contain the fallout. i hope this is not the case and i urge those in charge who can make
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a decision dyess levels and i can think of that all and reputation. you know as a country and as a leading islam a country to try to do it justice. on whom they have claimed as a citizen and. you know it denied citizenship but that the same time they we haven't seen a credible serious legal process there right ok just one would have to leave it dead to appreciate your expertise in this thanks a lot thank you. still ahead here on al-jazeera a severe storm leaves a trail of destruction in the pool affecting tens of thousands of people. and plastics known fantastic as second u.s. states imposing a ban and. hello
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again welcome back to international weather forecast where we have seen quite a bit of rain across much of china unfortunate the rain is going to continue and we're going to see even more of it across the central regions over the next few days hong kong though you're getting better you did see some low ceilings as well as a lot of rain but here on tuesday we do expect to see some better conditions there it's really up here towards the north as we go from tuesday to wednesday we see quite a bit more rain across much of this area and where you see that dark green we do expect to see some localized flooding over here towards shanghai you'll be on the north side you think will be a little bit better there but over here towards who han you could be seeing some a shower activity with a temperature of one thousand degrees well as you make a way down here across south asia a lot of rain across much of the region the rainy season is now pushing up towards the north and that is going to continue across the philippines over towards vietnam as well as into cambodia over the next few days so for a whole german city maybe
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a temperature there about thirty four degrees and manila staying about thirty two to maybe thirty four degrees by the time we get towards wednesday and then very quickly across parts of india we're still dealing with a significant heat wave across much of that region across the central areas we could be seen temperatures anywhere between forty to forty four degrees hyderabad we expect to see forty degrees as well. the weather sponsored by catalona is. a city defined by military occupation there's never been an arab state here at the capital of jerusalem everyone is welcome but this default structure that maintains the can only project that's what we defuse it was one of the founders of the settlement we and the story of jerusalem through the eyes of its own people segregation occupation this could mean nation injustice this is in the twenty first century jerusalem a rock and a hard place on al-jazeera. you
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are watching al-jazeera let's have a reminder of our top stories this hour and the algerian president's office says that up the last he's pretty flicka will step down before his term ends on april the twenty eighth millions of people have been protesting for several weeks calling for the eighty two year old to step down. venezuela's supreme court is calling for opposition one fighters parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice says why don't dissipate a court order that barred him from leaving the country. the u.k.'s exit from the european union remains deadlocked after parliament failed once again to approve an alternative that plan none of the four proposed alternatives to prime minister trees amazed that deal got
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a majority. after significant setbacks in turkey's local elections the president reza out of one's ruling party is challenging the results in the capital ankara and the biggest city istanbul saying there were mistakes the act party has been defeated in most of the ten major metropolitan areas as well as shell this report. after almost two decades of constant losses turkey's opposition finally has reason to celebrate. the people's republican party or c.h.p. one of the mayoral position in the capital ankara and it would seem is on course to capture is stumble turkey's largest and most populous city. turkey be happy now let the stamboul be happy and get back to normal we had seven elections in five years let's get back to work now and serve the people just as we start today we will run the city in a transparent fashion at every moment i'm doing this happily and i know that every part of the city belongs to sixteen million people. yet party has won every mayoral
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election in istanbul since one thousand nine hundred four it was the first major position held by roger tabor ertl on who used to launch his political career nationally bruising gets is a personal blow to the president was asked the head of every victory and every loss is the will of our nation and we have to accept this fact as a necessity of democracy we will admit that we want people's hearts in cities we won but we were not successful enough in cities we lost and we will act accordingly . despite the losses in some of the big cities like entirely and other not older ones still managed to win more than hof the votes counted across the country and nationally it's retained the largest number of mayors true but the turkish people appear to have directed their frustration with the faltering economy the ruling party which has led the country uninterrupted for seventeen years. what
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was promised on june twenty fourth was if you don't want the country to our economic problems vote for the presidential coalition led by the president. president are the ones that the people have spoken i'm not he has a listen he knows that things need to change and that he and his party must come up with solutions to fix the country's economy and address the concerns of those who didn't vote for the out party the opposition will now be tested to see if it can deliver better governance and the positions it won from k.p. at a time when i do want to be accused of being autocratic sunday's elections are a demonstration that democracy is still very much alive in sarky. a group of former u.s. intelligence agents held the united arab emirates to spy on prominent arab media figures that's according to a special report by reuters targets for the hikers included the chairman of al-jazeera and the whose to the b.b.c. arabic television show was part of
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a year intelligence program exposed by reuters earlier this year is a report. i am hoping that cooler heads will prevail when the united arab emirates and its allies broke with neighboring could tor over a host of grievances in june twenty seventh a group of american hackers working for a secret u.a.e. spy program sprang into action as first revealed by reuters those american operatives had once worked for the n.s.a. and other u.s. spy agencies but they now worked as part of a u.a.e. cyber squad called project raven using skills they learned in the u.s. to spy on opponents of the u.a.e. monarchy the team of americans now turn those skills an american ally qatar as the u.a.e. joined by saudi arabia egypt in baccarin imposed a blockade accusing could torah financing extremist groups in the region reuters correspondents joel shechtman and christopher being uncovered the story so what we
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found was that after the blockade took effect project or a van ramped up its monitoring of. you know of qatar in general of its surveillance of qatar and specifically ramped up its you know its surveillance of media figures according to documents the u.s. mercenary hackers begin targeting a number of journalists especially those at the could tor funded al-jazeera network both countries viewed the network's expansive coverage of the arab spring uprisings as a deliberate attempt by qatar to fuel opposition to their monarchs al-jazeera says it's an independent news service giving a voice to everyone in the region former operative say their goal is they hacked their targets was to find material showing that could tours royal family was pulling strings in the local media since the emirate is believe that these journalists have such a close ties to the qatari government they believe that by hacking the i phones of these reporters. you know that it would give them access to like emails or messages
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or intelligence about the qatari government at. self the u.a.s. ministry of foreign affairs did not respond to requests for comment and the n.s.a. declined to comment according to program documents by its all customers one target he is the host of a popular debate show on al-jazeera cult opposite direction the network's chairman was also hacked the u.s. ambassador to qatar during the gulf crisis dina shell smith said she found it alarming that american intelligence veterans were able to work for another government in targeting in america now ari well bill lawry is a journalist in the middle east analyst at the web site the gulf maxes dot com and he says the latest revelations to bring feuding g.c.c. members any closer to a resolution i think it's probably is a measure of how convoluted this whole situation the feud in the gulf has become.
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america and initially backed them are at is in the saudis against qatar and then when donald was pointed out to tell trump well actually date air bases in qatar this is very important in terms of security and the war in iraq and afghanistan hopes and america started to to back off and indeed now america probably is more supportive of qatar than they are of them are these there were some signs that there was some softening of of the few that we saw some some things happening and in meetings and i think well perhaps we're going to see a break to this fear which actually benefits nobody facebook has removed hundreds of fake accounts and spam pages linked to political parties in india and pakistan military facebook says the accounts were created to manipulate social media uses the pages supporting india's main opposition congress party as well as the routing b j p were removed in the run up to national elections. a cholera outbreak in
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mozambique in the wake of psycho need today has claimed its first victim well the one thousand cases have been recorded so far the world health organization says a massive vaccination program will start on wednesday in the mozambican city of beara cyclon a day has contaminated water supplies creating the conditions for cholera to spread more than eight hundred people were killed by the storm in three countries a figure that rescuers say is likely to rise as severe storm is swept a policy of destruction across southern the pool at least thirty one people a name to have been killed and hundreds injured but rescue and recovery crews have yet to reach some remote areas it's been interesting reports now from posset district. telephone poles snapped like toothpicks collapsed homes vehicles overturned sunday night storm left a trail of destruction in the parser districts of southern. as well as the dead and injured government ministers say at least one hundred thousand the pallies are
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affected. the doctor in charge of this hospital in parsons says he's lucky to have survived my be here for you know i was on the road in the bus in front of me flipped i had to do c.p.r. on people on the road many people here have paid in jews and many have broken their arms and legs doctors here have been working around the clock and patients who sustained more serious injuries were taken to other hospitals some to the capital katmandu. the storm hit around seven thirty in the evening just around dinner time the fierce winds brought down many of the wood and mud houses some almost like nab sticks crushing people and trapping them in the t.v. about its prime minister has visited some patients. was sick set up an interview process if you will second string theory because the doctors have the right to go and i'm going to tell you everything that they say they're whatever i live in make
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their beds and i never think that being in the morning was here i said security forces have been mobilized to help rescue operations and local groups have started to distribute aid including food and medicine many here are still recovering from the shock and the force of a storm never seen in their lifetimes. that destructive power. as it is storm has swept the path of destruction across southern nepal at least thirty one people are known to have been killed and hundreds injured but rescue and recovery crews have yet to reach some remote areas just so. stories that will move on the trouble ministration has directed to customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to southern u.s. border they're being moved to handle an influx of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally then washington says it will ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers
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to mexico. new york will become the second state in the united states to stop shops from providing plastic bags for most purchases the one which was passed as part of the state's budget negotiations signals a growing concern nationwide christine silly me as well. right now they argue because it is in supermarkets and on city streets the department of environmental conservation says new yorkers currently use twenty three billion of these plastic bags annually but their convenience has given way to concern about the environment as more and more plastic ends up in our oceans waterways and waste streams new york joined california and dozens of municipalities this week when the state legislature passed a ban on most single use plastic bags but there's a good idea why is that because it hurts environment plastic bags stuff to degrade . so i think we should we should move ahead it's good for them aren't good for
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everybody the legislation allows local governments to impose a five cent fee for paper bags three cents will go to the state's environmental protection fund two cents will be kept by the municipality some shoppers think the state is taking things a bit too far imposing more cost on the consumer and if they want to inspire people to carry their groceries clothing sit their drinks and something different maybe have. discussion about it. there will be some exceptions to the ban plastic will still be ok first take out food from restaurants for example but the goal is to get people to bring reusable bags with them every time they go to the grocery store the ban will go into effect in one year christian salumi al-jazeera new york. this is out there these are the top stories in the algerian president's office says
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that. will step down before his term ends on april the twenty eight millions of algerians have been protesting for several weeks calling for the eighty two year old to step down imran khan has more. twenty is president abdel aziz beautifully will step down before april twenty eighth however is that going to be enough to appease the protestors probably no it's the protesters have long said that they want a radical overhaul of not just the government and people closely beautifully but also in the opposition who they say are in cahoots with the government and they want to reduce role in public life of the. venezuelan supreme court is calling for opposition leader one of why those parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice says and why to disobey to a court order that barred him from leaving the country the opposition leader has traveled to several latin american countries that support his claim to be president he's denounced the court's decision you know why people you know he does you know there is no disqualification they have no competence or that he didn't care and
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every day that we are free every day that we move forward is a victory for the people of venezuela it brings us closer to freedom and to the return of our people and to truly solve our problems the washington post is reporting that the children of murdered saudi journalist jamal because he have received millions of dollars worth of compensation from the kingdom has four children have also been given a million dollar homes in saudi arabia following their father's killing so g. was killed after entering the saudi consulate in istanbul six months ago turkish president reza talk bedouins ruling party says it will challenge the results of local elections in two major cities with nearly all votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won in istanbul and ankara the ukase exit from the european union remains deadlocked after parliament failed once again to approve an alternative brics that plan none of the four proposed alternatives to prime minister three's a maze breaks a deal got
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a majority you have to stay with headlines head on down to zero we've got more news coming up right after inside story. the united nations peacekeeping mission in mali has been called the most deadly on the earth many soldiers have died trying to calm this west african nation that's in the grip of armed groups and now some countries are pulling their troops out just when the violence is spreading so what's next for mali this is inside story.
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hello and welcome to the program. mali is facing war that's the warning from president abraham. as the country struggles to contain what the u.n. calls a significant surge in violence just ten days ago more than one hundred fifty three people died in one of the worst attacks between rival tribes and armed groups such as i said al qaeda are gaining strength just as the government is warning of turmoil un peacekeepers are leaving canada and the netherlands are withdrawing their soldiers nicholas hoch has this report from one of their last missions near the city of. they call this operation desert falcon on board this royal canadian air force helicopter or the dutch long range reconnaissance team they're about to be dropped close to the border with burkina faso in an area controlled by armed groups while iceland syria is on the defensive here the slow mixtape in the
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greater sahara the local ice aloft chute is on the offensive it's highly active in this border area and has claimed to a number of attacks. too dangerous and sensitive the un would not allow us to film this infiltration operation with both canadians and dutch forces removing some of the footage we shot to protect their troops they say. while this is a peacekeeping mission in looks and feels like an exercise in counterinsurgency what makes this mission dangerous is that we have a lot of different layers of conflict drivers that's there that actually feeds. the danger in mali because we have a lot of smugglers smuggling activity illegal trafficking criminality we have this ethnical tension between different groups we have the influx of terrorists from from the border region and from inside mali and also we have this tension between the armed groups that are sort of fighting for political power. and all these
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things add up to the one big dangerous melting pot. as the mission in mali is known costs a billion dollars a year and is considered the un's most perilous it's already cost the lives of two hundred peacekeepers that's more than any previous mission and some of them were dutch. the canadian forces have brought back their helicopter to get it. meanwhile some three hundred kilometers away the dutch forces continue their ground patrol. this is an international effort to try to bring back peace to mali in a country that spiraling out of control although their mandate is to protect all of mali the european forces limit their operation just as far as this canadian medivac team can carry them and bring them back in march the un forces did not intervene when hundreds of full on the villagers were attacked by government backed militia groups in the region of mctee while the violence continues to spread in canada and
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the netherlands are pulling out of this operation saying their mission is done we are leaving but the un still stays behind with another thirteen thousand troops so i'm not afraid that mali will completely collapse now that's why we leave they might lose a specific us but the other troops that are still around can do a job just as well. they come back hours later after having seen thousands of people uprooted by the increasing violence in need of help but in the hands of armed groups they bear witness to what seems to be an expanding war thoughts out of sight deep in the nicholas hawk al-jazeera. well mali has been in a state of turmoil since twenty twelve that's when local to our eggs as well as al qaeda linked armed groups seized large parts of the north a military operation led by france pushed them back the following year and more than fifteen thousand u.n. personnel were deployed to help stabilize the country and in twenty fifteen the
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government and rebels find a peace deal in the capital obama but this did not stop attacks by other armed groups in fact they have increased. under threat from several groups mainly affiliated with al qaeda and i still and the government has no control over parts of the country. we can now bring in our guests joining us from paris is marie rodger below are executive officer chief executive officer of m r b networks and new york is adam de he's the head of programs at the united nations university's center for policy research and from london we have paul malley a consulting fellow at the africa program at chatham house welcome to all of you thank you very much for being on the program i'd like to start with you adam day and ask you to put it in context with us why it's for us why is missed my known as the us most dangerous mission thanks so much i mean for very basic reasons it has
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the highest number of casualties one hundred ninety five casualties since its deployment and it is facing asymmetric threats that don't exist really anywhere else in the u.n. system although there are other challenging environments and so it really is that immediate the immediate threat but it also has to do with the scope of the mission the mission is deployed over a huge area often without the resources to necessarily cover that area with the mandate it's given and as you see the conflict spread from the north down to the center and across the region it's being asked to do more with the same amount of resources that it had before so i think it's that combination of immediate threat with one hundred. last year alone and that spread of the mission quite simply across a very large territory which which gives it a reputation is the most dangerous place to be in peacekeeping morir are here below where we have been saying the part of the point of this whole discussion is the fact that international troops are pulling out why is it necessary for there to be
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international peacekeeping forces there of this extent why can't the government of mali itself deal with the security situation or african troops combat these these conflicts. ok first of all the maliki government has shown a inability to deal with the question b. i mean the issue with the north of mali has been lingering for dictates and it didn't start in in two thousand and twelve. it started maybe like twenty years or thirty years ago or since even. the colonization so and the situation has been worsening over the years until. we came close to the jaggies taking over the whole country and the french troops stopped them so it was clear
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that on a military on military point of view the maliki government is not able to deal with it alone. so whenever this kind of situation occurs in africa or more mostly in africa itself let's say so there is a need there is a feeling that. people need an international force and that what happened after the french came. to rescue mali up and request of the mali government it was difficult for them to move to stay alone there without. a reminding too much of a colonial force so they wanted to be helped or joined by. some other account trees especially by the u.n. under the cover of the u.n. but the problem is that. the issue it depends that the issue is not only
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a military issue. and you cannot deal with that only with troops as is a lot of people around the. a lot of the troops like. nineteen thousand or fourteen thousand has been changing. and the results are very meager so that's why you have counties questioning their own presence there we like canada and like the thou the u.n. and the we the. the american we presented to. finding that there's not much progress made. of the peace accords of two or twenty fifteen so it's not been implemented enough in the they didn't and that is something i would like he discussed going forward in this discussion but let me bring in paul melody can you explain to us why it's such
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a complicated situation and the dynamics that are happening on the ground with the civilians and then with the troops themselves well i think we need to remember the mali is one of the largest countries in africa and there are quite contrasting different regions even within the area that's affected in the north of the center so in the fall of you have a fairly open desert landscape and the armed groups that were active there not so much the jihad these groups but the. groups that were campaigning for autonomy they are politically structured so it was possible to bring them into the formal algeria's peace accord and lo it's not working terribly well the has been progress in developing. decentralized regional or fora tease in the
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five northern regions and with the former separatists holding political roles in several of those of thirty's so there's a structure into which you can try. move people from violence to politics but in the center of mali which is much more densely inhabited which is a very different landscape. and is much more if you like normal sally in rural west africa farming and pos truest communities there you have into communal conflicts pressure on land competition for grazing for. and those conflicts have been then given an extra edge if you like by the engagement of jihad is groups but the actual roots of the crisis are very different from those in the fall north and the conditions. are very different and so this is
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a really difficult challenge whether it's for the un force when it is all for the french force back and or indeed for them ali and national security forces because this environment in the center of mali is a very complicated social arena in which there isn't really the same degree of political organization able to deliver a piece of code to which as it was structured groups can sign up so in the north you still have occasional very serious terrorist attacks but at least you have a political understanding in the center of the country we haven't go that far yet we still have as the horrible massacre a week ago showed with more than i think it was one hundred thirty five. full. pastoralist villages mudded by a local militia group a community militia group that had nothing to do with job is and we got these
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really deep rooted local problems and that's a very difficult and different setting for the u.n. to upright in and that that's one reason why the sal countries are now. now developing their own joint regional force. to operate using local troops in these well populated areas so in that sense then mr de why is it that the un is so concerned about canadian troops pulling out so concerned that they took the unusual step of requesting them to extend their stay what is the war void that they're afraid of well first i think just expand on paul's point is that the protection risks that have moved into the center of mali really result from the vacuum in the government's ability to provide security there and so one of the reasons that the canadian troops are important is not necessarily the troops but the specialized capabilities they provide they provide a chinook helicopter for medical evacuations they have four armed helicopters and
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when you've got to move around the country a lot and respond to new protection threats in new areas that specialize capability is extremely important similar with the dutch they provide of specialized capability now the u.n. had identified a replacement for the canadians the romanian government had offered in four months and what the gap is is really that four month gap between now and october when when they won't have that specialize capability but i think when you're talking about the risk to un troops largely that's borne by the african troops and not by the european ones and i think sometimes there's a distortion when we talk about risk to different troops when if you look at the casualty rates it's overwhelmingly falling on the african troops and not the european ones even though they do have some casualties so i think there's a tendency to overemphasize that but i think when you're talking about what the u.n. is concerned about losing it's that mobility that ability to move around to new areas that is provided by by troops like the canadians but hopefully in october the
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romanians will replace that and i think there's an idea that european or western troops can have one year rotations that are better plans so that there aren't gaps and that would be a good idea. that would avoid the situation we're in right now where you have a very high spike in risks to civilians in the center and a looming gap in some of the ability to respond to it larry roger bill i want to pick up on a point that mr de a had made about the risk being for after mostly are african troops bearing the heavier rest and also what is known is that the african troops are often not as well equipped as their international counterparts now what kind of. an issue dust our complication this is present for peacekeeping in mali. yes that is a very good point you know those who've been dying mostly among the troops are the chad units and the mali and some slaves. and let's say globally the africans
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and the issue is year is when you core foreign troops for help you are not supposed to have them for ever you are supposed to at some point. take the relay and continue on and be on your own and be independent autonomous body and or. everyone you speak with in you you speak to in mali regrets that the training of african troops or mali and troops to start to begin with is just too poor is not in is not satisfactory of course you have a more the foreign troops there like the germans they have been training while they have programs of training but even those programs have been criticised because they are not appropriate because they are too poor because is they are not really very
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relevant so. what you also have there is that you you have the french have their own agenda in mali you do. i don't feel that they there to really help the million government they are there with their own agenda of fighting against the g.i. than the terrorist. and not really. well coordinated themselves with the million government and he's not the same agenda they want to do what the one with the two are eg you know those who have the clear the as a wild government they want to be autonomous and the french obviously are backing them. and helping them not to respect the algiers peace accord you know which is force for instance as described
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it to have the government the maliki government to control over the whole territory and the french are preventing them from doing that and so they have their own agenda there and i think. one of the issue of why i can add and some of the countries feel like they're not being very efficient and maybe there's a money issue too i've been busy another issue is that. they have a french agenda there and maybe they don't want to be instrumental. being used and not being if ok let me bring in mr de because he said reacted to this somewhat is there a sense within the united nations that the french are not necessarily following the u.n. peacekeeping line or maybe their system no i mean there's a the troops operate
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a long side each other and i think what you see is minister actually supporting the french deployment with logistics assistance i think the bigger question is the g. five the regional actors that are that are coming into the country to support peacekeeping and one of the questions that the us ambassador raised recently was is the kind of work that minister has doing being seen as effective and appropriate in supporting those other actors and i think the answer to that is maybe not entirely but the real question is what would happen if minister withdrew that support what would happen if minister was not supporting the french troops or the g five and i think the answer there is no matter how how far short minutes may be falling if you withdrew it many of those capacities would not be able to continue on without their help and you'd see a much higher risk to civilians and much reduced the capacity for the french and the and the g. five troops to respond and i do think there's obviously national interests at play and france has
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a long history in that country but my sense within the un is very much that the u.n. troops are there to support both the g five and the bark on troops on the ground and i don't actually see that or hear about that dynamic of of not being aligned in interests especially from an operational standpoint. actually mr malley how much concern is there about the void that's going to be left by these the departure of these international peacekeeping troops and to bring in another spanner or that you know russia's been expanding their military influence across the continent is there any concern that a russian russia will step in with their own training and they've already provided arms to several countries particularly with autocrats pratik leaders is this a possibility in mali well i think i would tend to play down the russian issue i think we must make a really clear differentiation between the situation in the sile and mali in
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particular and the situation in the central african republic which is the most obvious case of russian military engagement there although there's a un peacekeeping force the central african republic is not a country that seen by europe generally or even fronts in particular as a major strategic priority. the french although they initially deployed back in twenty thirteen and in emergency intervention to forestall the risk of genocide they always made it clear that their presence was going to be temporary and the same even more temporary was the presence of the european union force and so when the central african republic government was looking for external allies who would supply with arms it's sort of russia as a potential power now the situation in mali and the hell is very very different
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because. mali and its neighbors mauritania became a fuss of chad they have a very close established security partnership with the west and they have for all the week this is in the mali a military there is a longstanding pattern of collaboration with with the french and the european union is running a training program for the mali an army base the critical outside bamako and so the as it were the space for russia to come in seems much less likely and also from the mali doesn't offer the natural resource attractions that the c.a.a. . and i think i think another point that's worth making going back to the comments that. the other panelists have made is the is the importance of remembering that mali is a very complicated situation in which different groups different players are the
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aim is that they they fulfill as it were different roles the role of the french in the far north particularly is to engage in the sort of proactive campaign against jihad is groups which the u.n. force mina's is not empowered to do under its mandate and the same with the g. five the g. five forces raw. oh is to particularly fight jihad is groups and tackle narcotics smuggling gangs in the border areas that are in the more subtle populated parts of the saddle again something that isn't really within the un mandate so there's a natural complementarity between when this must providing support for these other players who are doing things which means move the un force kind of to itself to ok this well i promise to get back to you about the peace accords a very briefly we have very little time left in the program can you tell us where
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we are with this peace across the region if it has achieved anything at all. ok well the peace accord does something well that the the single peace accord which is valid for now even if. to begin with some of the the the points where not really very peaceful like. where let's say problematic like encouraging only those would took up a weapons you know and saw the you have. the i would say the two are it movements of the as a wide or total most. groups the the they had sort of an advantage over all the populations in the in the area in the northern area and that spot one of the problems rising right now because they are
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a minority in the area they claim and they are all the communities were not part of a conflict and who feel disenfranchised and with that's we'll leave it there thank you very much marie roger bello are with m.r. b. networks adam de united nations university center and paul malley from the chatham house thank you all very much for joining us today and thank you for watching you can always see this program again any time by visiting our website that's on our desire dot com and for further discussion you can always go to our facebook page or find that our facebook dot com for were slashed a.j. inside story and you can also join the conversation on twitter and our handle is at a.j. inside story the media howard and the whole team here it's good bye for now it was . my.
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on counting the cost we look at what's holding indonesia back from becoming a two trillion dollar economy as the world's biggest democracy gets ready to vote we'll ask goos financing politics in india and mexico's government is axing social programs for the country's poorest we'll tell you why counting the cost just zero a prominent saudi john nest committed to freedom of expression silenced and tacky by his own government and the most horrific way. al-jazeera weld investigates the death of jamal. which resonates to the highest levels of the saudi government with startling evidence about the disposal of his body. the
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silencing of a journalist on al-jazeera. we understand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world so no matter how you take it al-jazeera will bring in the news and current events that matter to al-jazeera. ironic like in doha the top stories here on al-jazeera and the algerian president's office says that of these beautifully will step down before his term ends on april twenty eighth millions of algerians have been protesting for several weeks calling for the eighty two year old to step down imran khan has will. as president.
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will step down before april twenty eighth however is that going to be enough to appease the protestors probably knows the protesters have long said that they want a radical overhaul of not just the government and people closely beautifully but also in the opposition who they say are in cahoots with the government and they want to reduce role in public life of the army for an israeli supreme court is calling for opposition one parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice has a quite a dissipated chordal to the bottom from leaving the country the opposition leader has traveled to several latin american countries to support his claim to be president he's denounced the court's decision. no i think when people say no you don't you know there is no disqualification they have no competence for that he didn't care and every day that we are free every day that we move forward is a victory for the people of venezuela it brings us closer to freedom and to the return of our people and to truly solve our problems the washington post is reporting that the children of murdered saudi journalist milka sochi ever see
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millions of dollars worth of compensation from the king to his four children have been given million dollar homes in saudi arabia following their father's killing the paper says they've received payouts with tens of millions of dollars and lowest monthly payments so she was killed off the entry in the saudi consulate in istanbul six months ago well josh ellen is executive director of the arab center at washington an independent research organization and he says the latest revelations have tanishq saudi arabia's reputation even further. and then exported to serve as a financial incentive to demand silent i think that would be a very negative purpose both in terms of the reputation of the kingdom. and. at least publicly by the kingdom to try to to settle this issue if it simply meeting cultural demands or requirements why i love how
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we a credible legal process to proceed and to find can get party and punish not guilty party according to the ongoing legal system and saudi arabia would like i said with an open court with observers international observers then so be it but alone as a financial incentive i think frankly frankly it's and so. turkish president resident top bedouins ruling party says it will challenge the results of a lake or a outbreak in mozambique in the wake of cycling a day has claimed its first victim more than one thousand cases have been recorded so far the world health organization says a massive vaccination program will start on wednesday in the maze and be considered a better cycle it day was has contaminated water supplies creating the conditions for cholera to spread more than eight hundred people were killed by the storm in
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three countries a figure rescuers say is likely to rise the trumpet ministration has directed customs and border protection to speed up the deployment of seven hundred fifty officers to the southern us border they be moved to handle a surge of central american migrants arriving at the border with mexico and stop them from trying to enter the u.s. illegally washington says it will say ramp up its efforts to return asylum seekers to mexico all right you're up to date with the headlines here on al-jazeera we've got more news coming up right off to jerusalem iraq and hop.
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this is people who are believers muslims but also kwacha didn't have them as if the put on a serious or humanity. the jewish person jerusalem runs true not just al psyche al part of our soul but it is in the veins in the blood of every single jew no matter where they are in the womb this is appetite in the twenty first century it is inhumane. the same god that creates the will decide to give this land to his people the jewish people which in fact he did. people are more important than that. this is something that the zionist movement couldn't gunderson. some voices inside this is think let us improve the conditions in the cage without understanding that we put a thing as a fuse to live in the cage to begin with. i can not leave in a c.t.
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that discriminate people even in some good test way.
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do all by themselves. a local to do with a lot ideal mobility that occurs at a is when the absorbs the ships. but it does because dick is that person alone that you know there are ten items famous in that region with him the lord works to get him live a little bit of good. will fed into and the hope to hold it absorb that build that the image of. playoffs was a day. that he not a moment to. infiltrate up to the cup match head of the medical to.
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the local town not a store or a lot or that good little hole there's. only going to settle for what that. way again or less. ah the the hudson monday are sort of the short so full of. guns in the process that it will take. that awful. lot of them have been in. a lot of what. the hell with the tools with a lot of them and. they bought the money down with the whole going to the u.n. worker thought to them and so. on a going to to work other filter.
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now some of the seed of been on just a second of what's going on in food the money oh i'm seeing the only vehicle mentality so not a cause i'm not a homeowner to do it it will matter the whole family. feeling a muslim had to get out of the flow nice monotony for the last two fish out of. and a lot of the life i had to live the toys dusty old flea i would want to come on a lease on a bus lane on another head in the would i descend feeding the. last of the chalet in a mushroom for he could be unemotional. and if. i may ask who fall of the spot. the a ship sort of my. way and it's off. and on to us you know and if there's a way. i
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want to ask you. to go to the how not the one the building of the human blood in us of a community that in the home soon after that i mean i was about going to not go ahead and i was in a village in a little hotel called the little you allude to the father you know a boy of another post office and you know hold on live to have a local hotel and by going to demand he was wrong on a other by steam bath and for those. in miami holton and then the. all the of the come to sort of the local enough to do just the how to fix on.
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me. no colony and joe was all we can in miami. at the home on a lot of. national center. or washington a lot of has overlooks all sort of out of the law a sort of assault and assault by the un has a lead let them set up lightly on the head and let didn't initiate that at the in. the money which.
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they were driving out of which or very significant rooftop to see the whole of the holy basin if we're talking in terms of this battle between east and west jerusalem your view is need to understand there is no such concept of arab east jerusalem today there really isn't there's only a small area called the holy basin which the arab world really wants which they obviously could never get in the battle the conflict is over one particular area which is the old city and the area around the old city for. first. we're not a secret organization it's a very very well known normal regulated nonprofit organization and it's not hidden . from me here you get to see what we call the center of the jewish world center of jewish life history heritage everything
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about our connection to jerusalem. starts and has continued for three thousand eight hundred years from here calling it the pumping station of the jewish world jerusalem runs through not just our psyche our part of our soul but it is in the veins in the blood of every single jew no matter where they are in the world is two hundred twenty five thousand jews live in east jerusalem today nobody is moving those two hundred fifteen thousand my parents were brought up in a very zionist traditional and religious home and it was obvious that one day they would come to israel which they did when they got married in fact. i was in some ways start off my life here because i was conceived here in israel but at some point my mom who was pregnant went back to australia and that's why our branch in the up in australia and twenty five years ago i basically returned home and my body may have been a stray but that's all and the story is
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a beautiful country but it was never can really refer to it as home home has always been here. three thousand eight hundred years ago you know i came here three thousand eight hundred years could do is no difference between the host of jews that have lived around the world and i've tried to come back every religious jew and every traditional jew that speaks about jerusalem also believes that there will be the third temple it's not something that we can actively do today because something else exists there that has to be respected and so that again but that doesn't stop a jew from believing dreaming and even praying that one day god's house will be there that's. the temple will be on the temple mount and obviously we don't have the right atmosphere today the right conditions for that and that's why we're part of what's called the unfolding redemption process called the design is a dream which is being realized that's taking place here and we're part of that the same god the creates the world can decide to give this land to his people the
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jewish people which in fact indeed. there was nothing here this was desert remember there was nothing outside the walls of the old cities when i he arab state talking about they got a connection of the generations no such thing. the only people there connection here the only people who sovereign rights yet other jewish people there's never been an arab state he was the capital of jerusalem there's never been a palestinian state this talk about palestine palestine i've never heard of anything more absurd. the philistines were mentioned in the bible. the palestinians would have been jericho twelve thousand years ago knew how to cultivate the land and in fact we know this because they have stored wheat.
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even the science is that it's come on light tunnels the one that leads from the haunts being all the way to the falls down the down the road he used to come with my. maternal grandmother. literally we used to come and have basically have a bath right here when we're young and that's exactly where jerusalem began it began precisely because of this spring the only spring in the region. in life maternal family for example cove lived really literally up on this hell they cultivated the land on the slopes of mount of olives for many generations my father started in the school. way prior to the one nine hundred forty eight and the only
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high school which was a dish of the my parents' home my grandparents' home but then a family just three or four minutes from from here i have roots in this area and that's going to change history unfolds in many ways. we don't have any exclusive claims we don't try to have a monopoly on even the a sort of cannot attempts everyone is welcome but this depôt structure that maintains the can only project that's basically what we refuse. i mean jerusalem right i mean for this to me and i'm a christian i do not put them in the order they're all on the same level for. my old school back to the time of pentecost the first century that our thirteenth edition is christian families in jerusalem. it's the place where my grandparents
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met my parents what's made it. my life is just awesome. this was a business for palestinians in jerusalem i remember when i was a little kid i would come with my family this was the most expensive part of jerusalem it was an industrial zone. as israel decides to build the wall that connects to street there used to be a street that connects with all of the different communities in east jerusalem become the build there would and they shut it and they see you are no longer have access to your neighbors you no longer have access to your school you no longer
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have access to your work the alternative for somebody is to travel for an hour or two hours to possibly make it to work to possibly make it to school making it for students palestinian students living in jerusalem to access the school that they used to go to with their classmates and their friends it is you have to pick quadruple. looked one through the bad image of bringing their soldiers and forcing people to be evicted from their houses today in the twenty first century is there and uses new techniques to make it impossible for you to live in these neighborhoods so that you willingly leave. because if you need access to health care there's no access to health care in this area if you need access to a job there's no jobs in this area there's no social life it's empty it's a ghost out. behind the
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wall is an industrial zone the government bringing settlers gives all kinds of benefits for people to start an industrial zone forcing the people over here who used to be factory owners who are going to daily wage if the are granted the permit and the permission to work in effect and in addition there is an israel. only highway palestinians living here from israel is that i can neither access the industrial zone for work nor can be accessed the israeli only roads. we palestinians and israelis that have become invisible. if you want to be a tourist or to believe them coming into this land that many called holy you don't see the palestinians you don't see the destruction and the devastation that is happening here. there's plenty of negatives happening in jerusalem but the reality is one segregation occupation discrimination injustice this is in the twenty first century
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and the world the silent. communities within churches have been divided communities in schools have been divided families have been separated if you are on that side of the wall and on that side of the wall and you decide to get married it's easier to apply for immigration and to move to canada or the u.s. and this was happened with my family members of mine then to live over here and to go through the bureaucracy of the israeli government. it's amazing how we're residents of a country that we were born and if i was born in or should have some sort of
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citizenship or something being born in jerusalem as an arab we can't get us and shipped anything our jordanian citizenship so we have we're for travel we're not actual citizens of jordan israel controls jerusalem we don't have israeli citizenship so we're just stuck in the middle. the picture is love just one more powerful the individuals i see it ethnically deliberate systematic well know the statistics a quarter of a million palestinians lost their i.d.'s between one nine hundred sixty seven and nineteen ninety four that's the beginning of walsall it's really confusing how do people in jerusalem they were born here as arabs they don't they don't own anything on paper i was born here and i'm not allowed to live here anymore so the story of our of the son is there the story of a typical palestinian bright energetic highly motivated young son who want to
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really to make it and mom would try torah you don't have to find the bodies and jump it's the story of many youngsters many of us in unix those you don't have to be freud or young to destroy to realise that your son is really depressed and one day to teach told me that they're going to keep taking money from you and we both understood what you know history what his statement meant we both went silent we knew that it mahmoud was asking for my blessing if you will that he would have it outside the country. to the united states in this case what he would ultimately flourish. but his was his idea and today he comes here as a tourist and that hits when one says that he does not understand why it was evoked i think he's it going this you know egalitarian sense of belonging this inclusiveness we deserve better not go up with us he
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knows where human beings who happen to be living in the spot of the world it's a position of strength when i recognise the humanity even of the people who are causing me distress because any colonial project will definitely chip at the very humanity of both local by an accord by both of us was over humanity we've become even subhumans less deserving less getting less. it shouldn't be the case it's extremely difficult to try to explain the situation the situ of the political situation that we have here to people abroad because they don't understand it and how you're born in a country but can't go back into it they ask you asked simple questions but if you try to answer them in simple and layman terms then understand it because nobody understands us there's no simple way of explaining why they revoked id or why they took it from me and it's really complicated. legion the old dusty
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of passing such a law in the nice states that we consider the need to femi to kansas indigenous people as for those you provide them now with a green card rather than citizenship and then you will tell them all you broke the law you have to leave the country that's exactly what's happening with his resume lights. since the morning we've only been travelling in less than one kilometer square but we have to travel around thirty kilometers to reach from one point to another from a palestinian neighborhood to another we are within one kilometer square from the course still in jerusalem kalandia is jerusalem and the war does not to the present the borders of the city of jerusalem. we are out of the circle by jewish only roads up the roads israeli roads industrial zones military
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installations but when it comes to tax paying everybody in this neighborhood and in all of the decent neighborhoods be taxes to the municipality while if you out of palestinian neighborhoods you do not get any benefits back from the municipality and. the purpose of the war was to exploit empty land and this is why you see where the three is are and where there is a population concentration like a father like kalandia it is to disconnect them from jerusalem. in one night as israeli army came with bulldozers and they came in they said would demolishing eighteen homes and they destroyed the whole structures even the commander said you no longer need to watch al-jazeera or stevie or the news to see syria this is we're making a new cd at you and just going around the city over here you will see one house after another being destroyed or once. when it comes to east jerusalem four out of
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every ten houses of the demolition so that one of the has the machine or the being process as i know is it does it strike houses you destroy families and when you destroy families you destroy communities. a three year investigation into the pro-gun lobby i've been employing it was me and you got to really. reveal secrets see what messaging out there i mean people outraged you know. and connection some don't want exponents nanny in legacy media. mass shooting. back next week night al-jazeera investigations how to sell a massacre on al-jazeera. in a world where journalism as an industry is changing we have al-jazeera are
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but i'm a clock in the hall the top stories here on al-jazeera the algerian president's office says that these beautifully go will step down before his term ends on april twenty eighth millions of algerians have been protesting for several weeks calling for the eighty two year old to step down recount as more. after twenty years president i. think it will step down before april twenty eighth however is that going to be enough to appease the protesters probably knows the protestors have long said that they want a radical overhaul of not just the government and people closely beautifully but also in the opposition who they say are in cahoots with the government and they want to reduce role in public life of the. venezuelan supreme court is calling for an opposition leader who guided his parliamentary immunity to be taken away the chief justice that's a quote i disobey the court order that barred him from leaving the country the
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opposition leader has traveled to several lots of american countries that support his claim to be president he's denounced the court's decision knowing. there is no disqualification they have no competence or that he didn't care and every day that we are free every day that we move forward is a victory for the people of venezuela it brings us closer to freedom to the return of our people and to truly solve our problems the washington post is reporting that the children of the murdered saudi journalist received millions of dollars worth of compensation from the kingdom is for children have been given million dollar homes in saudi arabia following the father's kidding paper says they've received payouts worth tens of millions of dollars and large monthly lump sums so she was killed after entering the saudi constant in istanbul six months ago. turkish president reza routing party says it will challenge the result of local elections in two
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major cities with many old votes counted the opposition c.h.p. appears to have won in istanbul and ankara many see the election as a referendum on government which has been battling a recession. the u.k. the exit from the european union remains a deadlock to off the parliament failed once again to approve an alternative bricks plan none of the four proposed alternatives to prime minister to reserve may's breaks that deal goes a majority. all right europe state with the headlines here on his or more news in half an hour but now it's back to part two of jerusalem. when you see that the purpose of the is going to kill him and with the city going through palestinian neighborhoods you have confiscated most of the palestinian roads most of the palestinian land for the purpose of making life easier for
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settlers this regarding the benefits of the palestinian community unfortunately to be it is it's very cute it is that right wing zionist control of those very leave it because. they are the ones who really mended the policy of the government and most of the mentality of young israelis is very much right wing we also have some problems with that israeli left. with some voices inside who think let us improve the conditions in the cage without understanding of the palestinians if you used to live in the keech to begin with. i want to ask you first what part of the u.s.
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in you as one in jersey and new jersey is first not i mean i wasn't and. i see myself as a zionist because i'm proud that our people have their state but our state and our people have principles and one of them is that not everyone was created in the image of god some see it as unite the city and some people see it's very much divided between east and west and with a. but the front operation no question about it i don't think anyone that knows anything about jerusalem would say anything else is true as them is is gravely neglected in every possible way in terms of the infrastructure most of the neighbors of east jerusalem don't have sewage system just about every possible public service you can think of is under budget and lacking in east jerusalem the
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only thing they get a lot of is perking fines and housing demolition orders that's what that's those are the only things that they get an extra supply i mean growing up and so on because we lived on the memories of truth for you nine hundred forty eight we were also very much and solidarity with. with the survivors of the holocaust but for us we see you and i mean it is i don't speak this asperse early to you what it is we see you order and so on but the people who have come with the door know to have the spoils us to us from our land from our roots be we appreciate that our son was open minded and wanted to build mosques or churches but i would go with synagogues but jerusalem at that time had synagogues had mosques you know that wasn't something new that he would have offered us there had been grave injustices and i think that
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what we can do is try to correct them and that's what i say there isn't any parallels between us and the communities and around the world it's mostly native americans but to me all the talk about the history has to come later because we're still living in what i think is my job. this is the counsellor as it drusilla my as an israeli is a jew is to do everything i can to correct the wrongs and make this country a more just place to live in for everyone so you claim up or leave your your feet i don't know actually this is a funny story but this is a present from the. they are two members of the city council. this is a monopoly druce game and i don't remember if i did even write a letter of protest in the end but this is what we were given as a present for the holiday and what you can see here is this is jerusalem right but you have here the city of david you know the dry the mountains the knesset.
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montefiore windmill the market instead of mash i mean and act is not here. the church of the holy several career is not here and basically what you have is a bunch of jewish sites and and various other allusions to things but it's not a very balanced picture of jerusalem. this is the middle of the city of david there's about eighty five families here
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very big to reason because there's massive archaeological digs this is there one of the oldest lived in areas where jews have been for since king david has tons of jewish and cea. names a very important how you represent these i call the city of david that's what the jewish world calls its was the thing you dated before with the one that's where that was just like the in our village was they she lowered the she lowered village of the yemenites before it was still once what i call the the one. if you listen carefully you'll hear the arabic the kids. the homes we are deeply rooted in this land and we always will come to those who came here
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and in fact at one point. silly when had the small community of yemenite jews we could have went and stayed until nine hundred forty three save in this particular area but they were part of the social fabric very small minority we cannot say that the policy makers did not include jews at the same time we should not say that this stand was ever homogeneous with one peep. right. this is a very important place on the main road between the damascus skies and the western wall. it's a massive complex ariel sharon the apartment in the building a nine hundred eighty seven basically saying the jews have a right to leave anywhere near every when you jerusalem and he boards officially one of the apartments in this building that used to be an old hotel a conviction here unfortunately has been born with a lot of jewish blood and we opened up the shop front to add
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a sense of security for jews walking along the road from the damascus gates to the western wall. from on the normal. give the look i know my house and. home in the on the ground of the multum somethin to live to do my ok for the looking forward looking for both with addition. of the muslim higher command in school with the. door. but little harder for the most of the little so-called of us to almost to show succumb to the. look of it. i
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mean almost to show that much to live a. good one of us felt with us to them what it all means to them and how the world was. flat out about to show a little skeptical hermia who do. just. command one of the command to know by the minute that in love this he is one but admission they showed an aspect of the things that i've been that is out of commission will. who thought about the one in the way that nuff small i come to the law son daughter of. the. come to the slaughter without the feeling and in the doing i'm a nice.
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if you are in fact. going to sit down for five percent of the credit where. credit's coming. up michael moore was a plausible story for outdoor autumn not the fall to you know at the time those who are should do. well or should claw a limb with thought of my eye one of whom i have been for limber up to a little bit who are there as a in what. its who are who may another not be sure to use him but as of course be aware that and as a book i'm believed on was whom i wish i was here about time i've been out on about obama i cannot help smooth that it will wind up. and have the bottle out the system to such. an order to bomb the store he she or effort to shift the show for the norma shrewdness to help them go buddy about they love the result another cup
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to the community. for soda by the way not to be on if you motivation the have been good to show the beer or how tough a store i love i lived there for they would not call it is i learned a free book lawyer for sure in from jail delayed and thought their talk was shit. for this but i don't know what i did that they had a lot of could learn to come on come on i'm a shepherd commodity here but of the mothers i live to say that all had to listen on the debt was going on at them as they must clear that then redemption so wish but those with the piano man almost did their job but as the chairman and but had not told trouble to go in and.
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good morning. good to see you. you should. know. then let's what is going on in this city for a month exuding. you are from madison tina what part of argentina from when you say this is a. and was that your own decision or part of your family that you want to know if my father was. one of the survivor so i grew up in a in a zionist funny it was very clear for me from the beginning that we really believed in this country and when i arrived hero was
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a right winger and he belonged to a right wing the zionist organization which organization bit that or the big data was the name or the very heart of course we are to quote a lot in the article three month after i arrived i. enter it into the army to go to the army because they say that this is my or or zionist should go to the army and fight for their country. why do we have in jerusalem people saying it is or i have to work for the jewish people or i have to work for the palestinian people because this is the. narrative of the right wingers of the right wingers for them. we are in the middle of. conflict and we are fighting
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a. against. them is not the healthiest if you are united city no it's every everybody knows that this is not the united city and everybody knows that this is a city where this creamy nation is running what they succeed to do for the first time in jerusalem is to shore. how this discrimination works and and to the meaning of the discrimination with empirical data it was defeatist that one doubt to succeed to i'm allies the municipal budget. or yes it was very difficult first of all because for the municipality and for the people in jerusalem you are kind of china. you work for the palestinians not for the jewish people how can you do it
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and i try to answer them try to explain them it's a mistake what i am doing i am doing for the freezer and for the jewish people because they are convinced that if the patient will do you israel will collapse in some way try to explain that they are more. right wing because the right dream to stay king has to work at that's true for me. and i am trying to save my son to you from a we're still. we are talking here about forty percent of the population and the budget it's still eleven percent no more than eleven percent and the scaring very much the people in the municipality or it was. yes how do you do eat the do you do you have to shame you cannot publish this document they are
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responding by saying more jewish areas citizens in the city the connecting. of athenian neighborhoods yes it is not an ethical response but it is the response of the municipality the strategy that they use is to say we best do under eight million shekel in east jerusalem. and it's through years the best and that of millions of shaken but when you look at the overall budget dan you realize that this under that of millions of shakers the are just. small or very short but out of the general budget you can call it. religious discrimination rational discrimination ethnical discrimination it doesn't make any difference. but yes discrimination we
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are living here in the city that discriminate forty percent of the population i cannot live in a city that discriminate people in. grotesque way it is. there are days that they couldn't sleep in particular when women isabel you didn't wish houses but a how can i as a jew that we suffer from this creamy nation over centuries how can we in in our country the screamin eight judaism and discrimination can not live together so some sink very hard it's up and to judaism in this country what does this fourth of
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you know this picture this is target feature or this is incredible look at this. this is from the nasty german. in thirty six the swords of who is not saluting the just one one guy in the crowed that was not sell it is he there this this this is for me not however i think that the this is what makes us the this is what makes us different but those are the people that history will remember. and my era devitt is.
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did out of. a send that the cold. bush rescission. i'm not the cologne at the can only blush a. shadow of the whole little sin. but i will just miss out of this mess it up. in me at the how the so initial. down in the book on to of and. look when a imbecile bedouin sounds so bored. bored ball when they battle shouted and. numb smile and as
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a mocking then. and i'm smiling the. whole stash of sudden decision. one hundred one that i said no. i'm a star lunch avenue and an assault. assassin unknown bullets we can beat and the blog and hala they have a new item that is soon i'm sure and it is. that's not the real cause of the homeless hello cool who. i are the. other segments and soon most of us. i'm a new orleans would not come and tell you move my. song
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. for them to fail. and they on the day it all out on the tube the data how to believe it. and as a little bit of. little bullet. not a hit on my shoulder by the mathematician there for. most of the cases it's young kids they get arrested in the middle of the night and the very difficult circumstances they become very vulnerable be themselves are victims. on my. hands. israel says ok if you did not throw stones who threw stones in
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your neighborhood and this is how they tried to make people collaborators with the military so it's also very common when israel address the child the first thing that they threaten them is if you don't confess guilty we're going to take away the permit from your father from your mother from your rather from your sister and so on. all didn't come to the use of the. most suitable and how to more civilians at the mcmartin i figured a loose isn't from sunni warm shell of the town most of us. walked from fisa to show a little distance. but many would have been there you had all of the. gotten . out of the truck. it would miss we'd be the. little bit i would. look to do with as you said to do
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other apps and ones in one. for whom i love going with it if it had with the. accord ought to snow. when i. sort of. have a draw that. they were at the head of a good ship bush. of a daughter in. the dungeon the noble truths from the govt and nothing to eat food no banana needed will i'm home. can my body of a tell you not that i should be. headed to studio. at the hold with me and dollars for the. lesson on the law then f. in a while the headers. and i had gotten the law to feel. that i had
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help then though and i'm stuck. on a mistress number and move on so all of that coming. on when i've been. written valid bhatia. on top of the. bottom of a lot of them but some. very noisy. a city defined by military occupation there's never been an arab state here at the
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capital of jerusalem everyone is welcome but this depôt structure that maintains the can only project that's what we defuse it was one of the founders of the settlement we this and the story of jerusalem through the eyes of its own people segregation occupation discrimination injustice this is appetite in the twenty first century jerusalem a rock and a hard place on al-jazeera. hello again where across parts of america we are looking at still cold temperatures particularly in the morning this frontal boundary right here that you can see on the satellite pushing out to the atlantic but still behind it we are looking at chilly temperatures they are coming up at the highs are still here at the low teens in some locations but out here towards the northeast we're still talking single digits we're talking boston new york ottawa montreal still not getting out of the single digits until we get into wednesday where the air starts to moderate just
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a little bit down here towards the south though looking much better for atlanta twenty two degrees as your forecast but we do expect to see some rain showers coming into play for parts of the midwest as we go towards mid week well here across the caribbean sea a lot of clouds are here towards the east those clouds are going to have some showers and we don't think they're going to be too too heavy at times but temperatures across the region either hovering in the low thirty's or the high twenty's nesa we do expect to see some showers a few at about twenty eight degrees there and then very quickly across much of south america but we down here towards the southern half we are going to sing quite a bit of rain anywhere across the northern part of argentina we do think that we could see some localized flooding in the area over here towards rio though it is going to be a partly cloudy day here on tuesday twenty nine but temperature coming up few about thirty one degrees on wednesday.
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this is al jazeera. and they're on the clock this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes algeria's alien president uphill as he's beautifully because says he'll quit within weeks his mass protests forced kid establishment figures to turn against him. venezuela's supreme court recommends that opposition leader one glide munity from prosecution should be removed. time is ticking away and breaks it but there's no end to the deadlock as m.p.'s once again reject alternative ways. and a new report reveals the arab media targets of a crack acking to be used by the.
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president of the flicka has agreed to step down by the end of this month bowing to weeks of mass protests and pressure from the army beatific his office says he will resign before his fourth term expires on april the twenty eighth but it's unclear whether this will satisfy protesters who took to the streets six weeks ago when he announced his bid for a fifth term reversing that decision was far enough from enough for algerians who want the entire political elite replaced on friday millions that joined rallies across the country in the biggest show of force and young rest began and that triggered a major cabinet reshuffle under a caretaker government headed by the new prime.