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take more interest in politics or possibly just waiting until the next opportunity to make their voice heard at the ballot box good stuff for us and benigno on the elections there now iraq's foreign minister is demanding a formal apology from behind so the controversial statements made about an influential iraqi shia cleric but it is actually just the latest in a war of words between the two countries chance transferred has more now from baghdad on saturday influential shia cleric him up to those other who controls the largest shia bloc in iraq's parliament called for a reconciliation between iran and saudi arabia and called for a change of government in bahrain syria and yemen now. it's in response to those statements that we saw the bahraini foreign minister describe the the influential sheer cleric kamal to other assad as behaving like something that was a half man half dog as you can imagine deeply offensive here in the muslim world as
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a result of that we saw protests overnight outside the bahraini consulate in from the embassy here in baghdad it's very important to put this kind of diplomatic spat in some sort of geopolitical calm context here of course in recent months we've seen an increase in an effort by the u.s. to galvanize pull in its anti iran coalition a coalition that is very much supported by saudi arabia and by bahrain and let's not forget that iraq is a majority shia country that neighbors iran and sees itself very much as being in the center of this wider geo political context other souther up until now has always been so far at least as being quite moderate in his language very keen to point out that iraq is a sovereign nation and that iran will not meddle in its affairs and neither will
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the americans and their supporters so they say it's important to put context on this diplomatic route but it highlights once again as i say these very deep seated sectarian and political problems of this region and just how tense the situation is becoming the leader of hamas is calling on palestinians to unite against president donald trump's peace plan is about honey as is the deal doesn't include plans for a palestinian state in the us president is just favoring israel and he is calling for a committee that includes national regional and international players the details though off middle east peace plan are actually still unknown. egypt will not accept an infringement of its sovereignty and we as palestinians will not agree to anybody else having sovereignty over our land we also reject being moved to an alternative homeland in jordan in afghanistan they're marking the
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anniversary of the overthrow of the soviet back to government back in one thousand nine hundred two after occupation by the soviet union in the one nine hundred eighty s. what's called liberation day signifies the end of russian involvement in afghanistan actually thirty years on some believe moscow's influence is returning reports now from kabul. it's not feasible or has been learning russian for six months in kabul university that i was at first i chose this language as a hobby but after learning it i found it is very rich it gives me broader ideas and connects me with the world which can improve my life. the course was started in one nine hundred seventy nine as the soviets invaded afghanistan they were in afghanistan for a decade fighting the mujahideen when the military retreated so did coach times not what was up. when nato forces came to afghanistan we only had one russian class now we have four classes because there is no sensitivities around learning russian six
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thousand five hundred afghans are studying russian and three hundred sixty can apply for paid scholarships into russian university. i want to learn russian because it is an international language if i learn this language i will be able to introduce the russian culture in afghanistan and vice versa russia has turned towards afghanistan as the u.s. has turned away after eighteen years at war america is looking for a way out u.s. taliban talks are progressing seem to be around a foreign troop withdrawal without being asked moscow held parallel talks in march upstaging the us by getting afghan leaders and the taliban in the same or agreed with on many fronts and the fall date in future can be succeeded nude photos and on thursday moscow hosted a trilateral meeting with china and the u.s. when they agreed to work together to bring peace to afghanistan russia's rebranding
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afghanistan extends to a new cultural seem to hair in western kabul in the one nine hundred eighty s. this was the site for the sort of hit hard science and culture it was destroyed during the civil war the ruins became a refuge for carbo's drug addicts now they teach russian language hold arctic submissions and movie nights they have soccer tournament's with players from former soviet states this exception showcases one hundred years of diplomacy between kabul and moscow an hour for afghan people to have an opportunity to compare it is yes and. you know. spent for afghanistan several deviance of draws right. now russia is hoping for a fresh start in afghanistan one without u.s. interference shallot ballasts al-jazeera kabul sports coming up on the news hour
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including this. it's a house but ferrari's young star making a big mistake and qualifying for the azerbaijan grand prix summer is here in just a moment. the story of one of the most successful p.r. campaigns in the u.s. . study after study has demonstrated that israeli perspective dominated american media coverage what part of this can you get through your thick head is hamas a terrorist organization the only thing that you're going to say is what we want you to see and if you don't say it when i go at you speak it would be very hard for ordinary americans to know that they're being deceived the occupation of the american mind on al-jazeera. the latest news as it breaks he just did not have time to see just how large. crowds payment ultimately. to start
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bringing to the truth details coverage of protests let's talk to the golf club members executives of those topics they displace the problem around the last few days and that is where the water is once more rushing down it's an unwelcome precluding record fairly begun really. the program backs out of here with a look at your sport now figure. style buckyball in cool leonard asked putting one of the most impressive performances of this year's n.b.a. playoffs he scored forty five points to help the toronto raptors win game one of this second round series against the philadelphia seventy six. has said magic has
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all the action. with toronto gripped by playoff fever and hip hop star drake playing cheerleader the pressure was on the raptors to deliver the job was a win and that's exactly what they did in game one against philadelphia the seventy six ers themselves have two of the n.b.a.'s most feared players in their ranks say the all star jones envied and last season's rookie of the year ben simmons. true that a truck driving job was but neither could out sean cole while and what they're looking i think they were the one time n.b.a. champion putting up a personal playoff five or forty five points in a trade should be his efforts helped him to want to stay ahead for much of the game and take an eleven point lead into the final quarter there were to be no hiccups in the fourth leonard killing off any hopes of a philadelphia comeback was to run to seed it one away to ninety five so all i'm
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focused on is winning no camera tonight making shots to run to have failed to live up to expectations in recent seasons but with this domino looking unstoppable this just might be their year so halo malik al-jazeera. the denver nuggets are into the second round it's a one game seven against the san antonio spurs man and. getting them through a serve in triple a double. i think team expect. me to do. something you know just trying to. play my best. is possible. a goal for me and i'll mess is secured barcelona's eight spanish league title and the last eleven seasons bossa beating avanti one nil zero to win the championship but with three games to spare messi scored
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a decisive goal after coming on as a second half substitute given their star man a bit of a breather ahead of wednesday's champions league semifinal against liverpool messi is the first player in the club's history to win ten league titles. then have pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the season they stand. to win the french cup on saturday and deny the league champions a domestic a double p.s.g. who've won the competition for the past four years looked in complete control dani alves opening the scoring in the twelve minute. marked his return from a three month injury layoff with the brilliant go to double their advantage. but this is joy it was short lived then came back thanks to personally him. own goal and mixer levelled it to two to send the game into extra time that's one
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things got the really bad for p.s.g. when star striker kim back was sent off the game went on penalties the sofa missed the spot kick at hand to hand than the first title since nine hundred seventy one. side because including a move to the scalp represents everything a whole crazy season after a crazy game here we are down turn elegance p.s.g. at the start to france i think there were very few people who thought we could come back it's a huge one. christian or not those called his six hundred club goal as italian champions eventis dealt the blow it to enter milan's european culture cation hopes into one two one nil up as they try to cement their place in syria belgium matilda roger nuchal and with the strike up to seven minutes but on the hour mark were now the side as the san siro with his twentieth league all of the season and left
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looking over their shoulders with roma just four points behind. the semifinals of the african champions league are underway as spells of tunisia hosted. exam be in the first leg of that time hum of. a with the only goal to play against next saturday for place in the final. well number two i fell in a dog has been denied the chance to win his twelve barcelona open title has been beaten and determined semifinals of for the first time ever austria so many team was the man to do it it came in straight sets as well no mean feat as nadar has only ever dropped one set in any of the semifinals or finals he's played here six four six four the school tim will play an image that is in the final.
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in the n.h.l. playoffs columbus have leveled their second round series against the boston bruins one all the blue jackets needed a double overtime to do it but to shane got the winner to seal a three to win the columbus are looking to win the stanley cup for the first time ever. and dallas have also levered the series with the st louis blues in one game apiece rupie hints scored twice to seal a four two victory and said lose run of three straight wins. i see this have locked out the front of the grid for sunday's formula one goal play in azerbaijan. is in poll with teammates and reigning world champion lewis hamilton just behind him not such a good. look look. clarke had been facias in all three practice sessions leading up to saturday's qualifying
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session but after that crash the twenty one year old will start the race and minds on the grid with his ferrari team mate sebastian vettel up in. of course we'll have the latest from the f one but for now i had to back to come out of a thank you son and your son and i back at thirteen hundred hours g.m.t. a couple of hours from now with the next news out right after the break their writer and finnegan with the latest news right here on officer. on counting the call says the u.s. slams the brakes on iran's oil exports will try the spillover effect also have
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a secret world of high risk lending and it's the poor in a sting operation to catch a spider what's a flight for control of the next generation of my bob counting the cost on al-jazeera. an army of volunteers has come together to help with the influx of tens of thousands of evacuees. but their retreat to a church shelter has brought new challenges an outbreak of norovirus and other gastrointestinal problems. smoke from the massive wildfires now blankets much of northern california leading to some of the worst air quality in the world but with more than twelve thousand structures lost in the wildfires concerns remain about long term accommodations jobs and medical care. local officials say there isn't enough housing stock available. radicalism is on the rise across the globe and we're told it's everywhere asked we're told was supposed to be
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highly suspicious of everybody and everything but our government policies aimed at tackling radicalisation in fact pushing youngsters to the fringes of society the impact is. there's only so much me can take before you say ok that's me rethinking radicalization part of the radicalized syrians announces the era. of all of our the talk started with high spirits and great transparency and we've reiterated our joint regard for the country. a breakthrough in sudan as the military council in protest leaders agreed to bring civilians into the transitional government.
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hello i'm adrian from again this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up polls are open in spain's general election with a fragmented field between left and right vying for power in the third election in four years. disagreed tragedy. the sending his son a billion man one week on churches in sri lanka close their doors and broadcast their services on television as fears grow of more attacks. we store strongly condemn the evil of it services i'm in a police in california arrest a teenager after a shooting inside a synagogue. protest leaders in sudan have struck a deal with the military that promises to move the nation towards civilian rule it
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happened at a meeting between military leaders and a delegation representing protest groups they agreed to form a joint council until new elections can be held it follows weeks of mass demonstrations across sudan that have continued even after the removal of longtime president obama al bashir al jazeera morgan reports from car too. a breakthrough in the very first night of talks between the committee of sudan's ruling military council and the coalition of opposition parties they've been trying to find a way to rule the country until a deal can be reached on elections on saturday night the two sides reached a partial agreement to form a joint civilian military council that will supervise a transitional period so. the talks started with high spirits and great transparency and we've reiterated our joint regard for the country talks will continue and we are optimistic on reaching a final result that we can announce to the sudanese people as soon as possible. the
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coalition made up of opposition parties and the sudanese professionals association has been leading anti-government protests which began at the end of last year. sparked by a rise in fuel and bread prices but they quickly widened into demands for bashir to step down and earlier this month a sit in outside the army headquarters in harpoon prompted the army to stage a command since bashir was ousted the military and the coalition have been in talks on a future government over the usually continues until i give you a rare for civilian government i was very very disturbed are we seeing the military council is sensible enough drugs that it stands out among some since. the sit in for is now in its fourth week as people wait for a new government the two sides would meet on sunday to try to work out how to deliver that as negotiations continue on the formation of a transitional government protesters continue to keep pressure on the military council over the past three weeks more people have been arriving from different states to go on the sets and they say they want civilians and not the military to
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be there want to have the ultimate say it's a dance teacher protesters are now also focusing on foreign governments they accuse of interfering in sudan's affairs hundreds demonstrated in front of the egyptian embassy in her tomb on saturday egypt saudi arabia and the united arab emirates want to see the military retain control of the country but. foreign interference is all. only aim to keep the military in power we want aid to come to the sudanese people and keep relations between the people and not the military. or foreign interference impacts the decisions of the military council which we don't accept because we want a civilian government and this is the will of the people. dance revolution for change started more than four months ago and these protesters say they will not give up until they achieve their goal is to villian government he will morgan argues they are hard to live not a cost too much serious muhammad is there for us mohammed what do we know about what actually has been agreed. right now they have agreed
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only on one point which is the formation in principle the formation of a joint civilian and military. council which is going to be called sovereignty council. instead of just military or just civilian the demand of the protesters over the last couple of weeks was that it should be majority civilian and only with limited military representation the military have even been saying that they wanted to be purely military and leave a cabinet for the civilians so now that's a compromise they have agreed on both sides are happy they say that has been negotiated in front class pelosi they think that they will agree on the details of this starting from today as we speak now the meeting the second meeting the second round of talks is about to start in the presidential palace they have difficult points to discuss including the number of representatives from both sides the
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military say they wanted to be only ten members three civilian and seven military. the other side the protesters they say they want the council to be made up of fifteen members eight from the civilian side and seven from the military side so they want the majority of at least by one to be on their side. also other points include the the number of years for the transition the civilians are asked for four years because they think that that's the only put the amount of time they need to fix issues related to the previous regime to tackle corruption to make sure just as it is implemented and make sure that the ground is ready for a civilian election in so that the military side they say two years are enough so these are just some of the issues they are going to discuss and it's going to take
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more than just one day according to expectations it's going to take days and while that continues the protest is also should you want to continue ok mohamed many thanks indeed mohammed bowl there live for us in khartoum earlier we spoke with the abraham mughal an assistant professor at community college of cancer he says that there are many political a political parties that need to work together for the government transition to happen smoothly. the main concern is the relationship between the military council . and you know that that is for the men in this situation if it is a military council themselves then the protesters the u.s. the unknown force then and then. the alliance of freedom and tint this is another body and also the. sudanese professional association is here actually this is the men. so the challenge is
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how hard a morning is the relationship between this all these parties together and you know the. non political. alliance they have their traditional buddies and the military council those who they have their own agenda you know because that is the literacy between very game the previous game and the military council is the current military because so the idea now they start food to be shipped. negotiating. searching is on the way in spain's general election but the country's politics more divided that any time in its recent democratic history no single party is predicted to win an outright majority campaign that was dominated by the rise of the far right and the issue of cattle early is independence saudi arabia reports from the
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druze. final cool to mobilize the party faithful spain's socialist prime minister pedro sanchez surrounded by a sea of supporters urges them to go to the ballot box the country deserves to turn the page in the last seventy years and look to the future with hope and excitement which is precisely what we are offering our citizens to the young what we are asking is that you vote for your future and therefore vote for the socialist party . voters have a wide choice decades of dominance by two political parties has given way to a multi-party system the largest players are still the socialist party and the people's party but their influence is gradually ebbing away. in the socialists maybe to head in the polls in the lead up to the election but the reality is that even if either side does when the most votes he will still have to go to coalition with the far left regional parties if you fail to do that but it falls on to the
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people's marty and they were have to do a deal with the far right either way it is a big compromise for both parties. the main spoiler in this unpredictable election box capitalizing on the populist wave spreading through europe the anti immigration policies have resonated amongst voters angered at the status quo the constitutional crisis caused by catalonia as attempt to secede has also dominated this campaign it's the first time a far right party has entered mainstream politics since the dictatorship of general franco so well as your own sovereignty won't be broken in catalonia it won't be surrendered in brussels we're not going to kneel down in front of those who don't respect the anti austerity together we can and center right citizens' parties have a chance of being part of a national government. previous coalitions have struggled in spain disagreeing
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factions have failed to pass national budgets the makeup of the next government is far from clear polling ahead of sunday's vote suggested forty percent of voters were struggling to make up their minds there are some people in between p.p.o. there are some people who have faith in between p.p.i. involved and then some of them between. so we can see that they because not the cure but on all four you know one part of a very highly and they say that whatever their. results forming a coalition is likely to take time and a reflection of what's happening across europe the only certainty is that politics in spain has become more fractured it more polarized a sign of the times when increasing completive political stage it's undeniable al-jazeera madrid from the capital let's go to barcelona where we find the answers here as jonah whole journey the issue of cattle and independence has played a very significant pass in this election has been the.
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yes absolutely pivotal adrian this is the first general election since the events of october two thousand and seventeen of course when the regional government here in catalonia held that you know latch rule referendum on independence followed by a declaration of independence deemed illegal by the government in the grid in sparking a constitutional crisis since then twelve probably dependence leaders have been on trial very publicly in madrid on charges of sedition and rebellion and this issue of independence over the past eighteen months has been central to the national political debate and impacted heavily on the face of politics here in spain the socialist government of sanchez with his partners on the left perhaps more sympathetic of their predisposed to the cause held out against the possibility of negotiation but paid a very heavy price for that labeled traitors by the right and catalyzing really the growth of this far right fox party with its explicit promise now to stamp out
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separatism to revoke regional told on him in reimpose direct rule and that issue as vox is seen to be doing so well in the polls is of real concern here turnout expected to be high.


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