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the refugees striving to co-exist with nature ok so what's going on there simulating what happens when an elephant life up to conflict on al-jazeera. this is al-jazeera. hello i'm adrian for the game in doha this is the news from al-jazeera coming up in the next 60 minutes more than 21 dead in northern syria as the u.n. says that more than a quarter of a 1000000 people have fled violence since it live over the past month. protest leaders in khartoum hope that a 2 day national strike will force military leaders to join in a new round of talks. and in london with the top stories from europe including european leaders gather in brussels for negotiations as that fight begins over who
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will take the top jobs in the e.u. and the flare up in tensions me at the serbia cos of a border serbia troops are put on full alert following police raids. and in sports several footballers have been arrested in spain's top to lead silva suspected match fixing and in the n.h.l. the boston bruins take game one of the stanley cup finals fighting back to beat the san louis blues in boxing. more than 20 civilians have been killed in estrich some rebel held areas of northern syria syrian government forces and their allies have been attacking the last rebel held areas and how all over the last month the un says that haul off the syrian population has either fled the country or faced repeated internal displacement it says the recent. has left more than $160.00 civilians dead at least
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270000 of those displaced in the past month the world health organization has reported a total of $25.00 attacks targeting medical facilities in northwestern syria reports from. the intensity of strikes like these is increasing and so is the number of civilians killed across southern and northern russian and syrian jets are carrying out more than 100 raids a day. and most are hitting crowded residential areas marketplaces are reduced to rubble hospitals clinics and schools have been destroyed in the offensive in northwest syria that is entering its 2nd month. of the. many civilians have been killed the planes have returned to hit moderate to normal the people are panicking afraid. opposition
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activists are accusing the government and its allies of using internationally banned weapons like cluster bombs and white phosphorous they say it is part of a strategy to depopulate a belt of territory on the southern edges of it live province to secure 2 international wrote more than 200000 syrians have moved north towards turkey's borders seeking safety in open fields but tens of thousands are believed to be caught in the area of hostilities the russian backed syrian government offensive has barely changed the lines of control government forces are trying to recapture territory to connect cities under their control and revive trade but they haven't been able to take much ground russia too is trying to push the rebels north so that its military base in lucky i will no longer be within the opposition's firing range . opposition forces have unite. and are fighting back and some of the armed groups
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say they are getting military support from turkey which wants to strengthen its negotiating hand many believe the offensive is about pressuring turkey which is trying to balance relations between moscow and washington there are reports that turkey is holding behind the scenes negotiations to try and revive last year's cease fire deal and create a demilitarized zone that fighters from the sham or h. the s. and the syrian army will respect. there's a. basket of. us must. attack. the same. mortars artillery that sometimes will respect this this ground. although
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a cease fire would save lives there's no sign of a deal but for now through their proxies russia and turkey are reminding each other how costly it is when they're not working together so. that. the un security council has discussed the worsening humanitarian crisis in syria at an open meeting our diplomatic as a james base joins us now live from u.n. headquarters in new york what's been said at this meeting james. well this is actually the 5th meeting that they've had that has raised the subject of it live since this latest offensive which is now being going on for months 5 meetings in which this is being raised very strong words but no possibility whatsoever of action because there is division around the security council table and clearly one key country russia which is involved in the bombardment has a veto at the security council we heard the ambassador's 2 earlier on listen to an
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appeal from one of the un's top humanitarian officials can't to this council take any concrete action when attacks on schools and hospitals have become a war tactic that annoy longer sparks outrage is there nothing to be said or done when indiscriminate barrel bombs are dropped in civilian areas a clear breach of international humanitarian law and of council resolution 2139 millions of bettered and beleaguered children women and men cannot wait for another geneva round to succeed. 22 health facilities have been targeted the u.s. representative at the meeting says there needs to be accountability france make it
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clear they believe that this could be war crimes that are being carried out by the russians and the syrians very much stuck to their position that they've had since the beginning of this offensive the russian seat was held by the deputy foreign minister and he said simply that they were targeting what they describe as terrorists he says 99 percent of the deescalation zone is currently controlled by armed groups that he calls terrorists of course you have to look at what the law is on this international humanitarian law and that's quite clear it says even if you're fighting groups that you consider to be terrorists you've got to be proportionate in the way you do things and remember there are some 3000000 civilians living in it live men women and children so on the international humanitarian law bombing areas where there are civilians would seem to be something that is clearly not allowed our diplomatic editor james bay is reporting live from
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the u.n. james many thanks. protests leaders in sudan are increasing the pressure on the transitional military council to hand over power to a civilian one of ministration a 2 day strike is on the way with workers nationwide walking off the job protesters are hoping the strike will force military leaders into a new round of negotiations let's go live now to the sudanese capital khartoum just there was a man caught as the iran the deputy head of the transitional military council is speaking right now what's he been saying. yes that's absolutely right he's known locally as a miti he was addressing a did a full fellow officers and what he said was quite key actually he began his statement by saying that this the army was part of the revolution that it was part of the protest movement and that without the army the sudanese leader omar al
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bashir it would still be in power he also said that if the protesters went back to their old slogans and he used old slogans that may well be the possibility of a deal to live it very quickly is still speaking at the moment so we're waiting to see whether he calls full the sudanese people to go back to work however we haven't heard from the sudanese professionals association they're the ones that have been leading the charge when it comes to organizing the protest on behalf of the opposition coalition they're likely to issue a statement in response to have bts statement and it's likely to be very strong because they feel that this strike action is working and that the sudanese people have had enough of this negotiation that's going on between the opposition coalition and the army itself and they say that the army simply isn't negotiating in good faith in rome what impact on daily life is this strike having how well
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supported is it. well here in khartoum certainly it's almost citywide i was out during the day taking a look at the streets every few blocks or so there were protesters out in the street take a look this is supposed to be one of the busiest orifice in cartoon it's actually completely empty old the shops the shots this is the holy month of ramadan so everything does open in the evening in the streets are normally very busy but like i say they have been very busy because of the strike so let's take a look now at exactly how the day has gone. on any other day this would be the main transport hub for the whole of holter but the central bus station is shot and the general strike is holding disruption to the capital's airport would strike is displaying signs saying we will build our country shops and businesses are closed citywide and protesters are out in the streets a handful of shops and government offices did open but the strike is widespread
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enough for the organizers to deem it a success the plan today walkout was organized by the sudanese professionals association speaking on monday night before the strike started organizers said they were forced into taking action because the transitional military council are not negotiating in good faith. the sole guarantor of the revolution are the sudanese people and the law and order in what we agree upon as a constitutional declaration or otherwise this is the guarantor of the revolution not a military rifle for the workers who have walked out they hope that the military leaders who replaced ousted president omar al bashir will listen to their demands for a civilian like government. 2 but for more. longer she was a little shocked at the base of the transitional military council has criticised the strike saying it won't hand over power to an unstable civilian government it's
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also said that the army is the most popular institution in the country according to these people that's not true however the transitional military council will be very concerned that the strike is holding and it's courtroom why it's the opposition coalition will be hoping that the strike gives them negotiating power and that the transitional military council will have to listen and we have been told if they don't opposition leaders say they will take further action such as more strikes for now the padlocks remain firmly closed as do the talks between the 2 parties. which is there a lot. here with the news from al jazeera still to come on the program u.s. drug companies in the crosshairs as a court case seeks to hold them to account for their role in the crisis. for violence in brazil's prisons just 24 hours after 15 inmates were killed in a riot at a facility in the. and in sports more bad news for the name oz he loses the
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captaincy of brazil's national team will be here with the details in around 30 minutes. european leaders are meeting right now in brussels to discuss who they want to fill the e used top jobs let's go to barbara sara now with more from our european broadcast santa barbara. thank you yes backroom negotiations have already begun to appoint the commission's president and the other heads of the e.u. institutions the elections a soul center right and center left parties loose support and populists liberals and greens taking advantage of voter anger with the current direction of the e.u. they've a change there has more now from brussels. who's next for the top job in brussels the german chancellor angela merkel arrived with the name of only one man on her
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lips to replace john called yoga as president of the european commission the truth is this would include not to be a great coalition i support them for their vote but not all coalition partners do the same for the 46 year old but varian has never held an elective office in his life but as the leader of the european peoples party tradition at least recently dictates it should be gives we know they cannot celebrate a big to reveal lost seats but we are still 2nd as a 1st party and that's why we are ready to talk now is everyone to sit together to find a common understanding prosecutor the french president demand your mark on both was clearly against his job and part of those choices and he's gaining support among other leaders repos will be confirmed. but you don't want today to speak about a name and to turn to names i think we must take into account what came out of the poll was what european people expressed we must also have decision makers who have the credibility required to be able to react no party in the european parliament
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now has an overall majority each decision on policy each decision on appointments will take time and calm provided. the presidents and prime ministers of europe will thrash out their differences over dinner but no quick decision is expected. to put each prime minister to reserve may run out of both of those commodities in her the go she ations with europe over breaks it is a matter of great regrets me because i have been able to deliver. but of course that's mass reason for my successor and they would have to find a way of addressing the very strongly held views on both sides of this issue. she left to join the other european leaders for dinner to reserve may might have been reflecting on prism our crowns warning at the summit everywhere the extremes are rising and what it is driving on on fear and on lies david chaytor
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al-jazeera brussels. as queen parties make their strongest ever showing in european elections an international summit focusing on ways to curb climate change on a global scale is being held in austria united nations secretary general antonio has blamed fossil fuel subsidies for making the situation worse politicians company representatives and activists are in the capital vienna trying to speed up sustainable climate protection projects that mccain has this update from vienna. and the austria world summit has been all about combating climate change and particularly prioritizing clean energy production again and again the delegates inside the auditorium he referred suit what more could be done to. prioritize that one of the particular issues at this particular conference as being the rise of the green movement politically drawing some substance from the european elections that took place between thursday and sunday of last week in which green parties right
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across the board performed particularly well especially in germany but one of the things that the keynote speakers at the venue have been stressing is the need to combat climate change mero we heard from the swedish teenage campaign a good grades and soon saying that time was running out people have to realize what was going on and governments had to speak the truth finally one of the local citizens as it were from austria the former governor of california arnold spot senate had a pretty strong words for multimedia for the large multinational companies saying that time was running out it was as if they were letting sound fall through their fingers it was going to leave a mess in their hands that they couldn't deal with that's a pretty good summation of what people here feel about what's happening with climate change. troops in serbia have been put on high alert after cost of and police made several arrests in the northern semi autonomous territory dominated by
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serbs police said that they were targeting organized crime but serbian leaders who recognize crossovers in the pendants say the officers were sent to intimidate them or a challenge reports were. in the air and on the ground kosovan police . are on edge their raid into the city has prompted serbia's army to be put on full combat readiness. this morning at 629 as a commander in chief of the armed forces ordered full military readiness of our arms units in case of any serious disturbance of war or danger to life of serbs in northern we also go armed forces will protect people or cosby near. serbia's russia has called it a provocation the un says a russian u.n. worker has been released by cross of the police after angry protests from moscow his detention. the un is demanding the release of another employee also alleged to
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have been detained and injured. the river and makeshift barricades divide the 2 ethnic half of the city majority albanian kosovo declared independence from serbia in 2008 a decade after nato stepped in to support kosovan forces in their separatist war with belgrade but north mature still has a population that is mainly and many of them like serbia itself still do not accept kosovo as an independent country nato peacekeeping force in kosovo ok for is urging calm and says it's ready to intervene if necessary kosovo's government hasn't confirmed how many people have been arrested albanians bosniaks are among them the president says the operation has about law enforcement and nothing else. but belgrade should not under any circumstances be an address that protects those involved in crimes and regardless of their ethnicity. with its bloody history and
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complex ethnic and religious divisions the balkans have long been a focus for international tensions anger is rising there once again chalons. let's go live now to belgrade. yelling at tell us more about what happened today. well look after very. situation both in kosovo and serbia seems to be peace now earlier today serbian president alexander who teach confirmed that serbian afford to act if necessary but just a few hours later he changed that statement and said that we are ready to protect our people but enough talking about any military intervention so what we saw today was a very different interpretation about what happened kosovo police arrested 23 people who as they said were involved in corruption in organized crime also cause civil police said that their action took place not just in the region with serb majority
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but all territory of course of about syrian president said of course the police have used force against an armed service serbian authorities claims that action was organized to scare of serbian people in the course of all this all situation is happening in the moment when cossack is a big issue not just is serbian public but also in serbian parliament in the best of 4 theatre hours the members of serbian parliament were discussing the report on costs of war and that was the 1st time after 6 years of course of the topic in serbian parliament. that the dialogue would be in belgrade and prishtina has been stopped things months 6 months ago of the course of a made a decision on 100 percent taxes on products from serbia since then syrian authorities has underlined that taxes must be withdrawn for the dialogue to be continued and yesterday serbian president said that normalization is only
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acceptable solution for peace today alexander which added that after today's situation in cost of all things will not to be to seem after today at their axes he said relation to abandon negotiators will be different so solutions are likely to be found soon the negotiation process just become even more tense in the glue search with the latest from belgrade thank you. and that is it for me and the rest of the team here in europe let's go back to age window barbara a test case begins in the us today on whether individual states can hold pharmaceutical companies responsible for widespread addiction to prescription drugs millions of americans are hooked on painkillers which resemble other opiates such as morphine and heroin as only gallacher reports now lawyers in oklahoma are arguing that a drug money a fracture is to blame for the so-called opioid crisis that's after 2 other
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companies settle out of course. it's a drug crisis of epic proportions that's what i wouldn't die for it according to the center for disease control in 2017 close 250000 people died from overdosing on drugs more than a 3rd of those deaths were caused by prescription opioids given to patients for pain faced with a growing crisis oklahoma's attorney general decided to take action to big drug companies purdue pharma and tiva pharmaceuticals have already settled before being taken to court that leaves johnson and johnson who lawyers say are an opioid kingpin these companies we believe. made no effort. when this process began 20 years ago to ensure that they were providing in a clear and informed way what the downside was oklahoma's case is just the 1st of almost 2000 lawsuits brought by states local municipalities and native american
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tribes this then is an important test case for the entire nation if lawyers here can prove a multi-billion dollar company like johnson and johnson played a role in the opioid crisis the ramifications could be huge ultimately campaigners say it will save lives and could be the beginning of tackling a crisis has claimed so many legal experts say whatever happens drug manufacturer is watching closely and think it's going to have a really good benefit for the public as a whole in terms of the safety and the marketing of drops in april president trump valid to tackle the opioid crisis by providing more treatment and oversight of big pharmaceutical companies we will end this terrible menace we will smash the grip of addiction we will make our cities safe our communities strong and our future brighter than ever before as one united nations we will work we
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will pray and we will fight for. the day when every family across our land can live in a drug free america. the opioid crisis has already claimed countless victims over the last 2 decades and continues to blight the lives of millions pharmaceutical companies claim they're not responsible but courts across the u.s. and now primed to hold them to account that he joins us now live from oklahoma today and the we saw the opening arguments by the state of oklahoma what did they say well some pretty powerful opening arguments the essential challenge here is to prove the company that it isn't acting illegally is doing something that's adding to the opioid crisis so you had one lawyer saying if you oversupply people will die that's in reference to a accusation that johnson and johnson flooded the market with these kind of opioids that have taken so many people's lives the attorney general wants even further and said johnson and johnson only cares about one thing and that's their profits he
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said they were greedy but it is a difficult case for them to prove johnson and johnson's lawyers will be taking to the stand this afternoon this is a judge only trial that's actually being streamed live on you tube which is a bit of an unusual move but one that goes to the heart of how important this is to a place like oklahoma 800 people died here last year from overdoses and many people have been coming in just to watch the trial because they've been directly affected by an opiate crisis that's plagued this nation for 20 years you've been speaking to a mother who lost her son to or period addiction what's her reaction to this. well this is emily walden women are outside the court she's not taking part in the trial but has son was 21 years old when he died from opiate addiction in 2012 he starts it off with a back injury i wonder prescriptions run out he found the drug illegally something is quite easy to do so she has no doubts about it that these companies need to pay for what they've done $1.00 estimation says that it will cost the state of oklahoma
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$90000000000.00 over the next few years to fund long term treatment addiction programs she's all for that she thinks this is a day of reckoning for big pharma as they call it here in the united states not just here in oklahoma but across the entire country and the many thanks of zeros and gallagher reporting live from oklahoma who got a weather update next year on the news out then. ball so now we won't have any negotiation with the united states iran's foreign ministry says there will be no talks until the nuclear deal is put back on the table. 2 people including a schoolgirl were killed in a mass stabbing attack near the japanese capital. and the women's world number one comes close to being knocked out in the 1st round of the french open. but i don't come back for a little later in spring. still
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got a chance of one or 2 showers into the middle east over the next couple days but by and large is getting hotter there's a shower cloud just missing across iran that's going to ease its way further east was to the east of that horse enough in kabul around $31.00 celsius that it is therefore they get one or 2 showers just pushing in across northern parts of iran $43.00 celsius the bag that the pleasant sunshine on the eastern side of the med we can be up to $29.00 celsius. 31 there for jerusalem over the next couple of days shows become a little more scattered that push their way a little further resources go on through thursday still getting up into the thirty's therefore could bowl mid thirty's for pakistan this low to mid forty's across iraq and potentially now really hotting up just about everywhere a little more cloud just pushing into the gulf of aden maybe southern parts of
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yemen could catch spots of to rain as we go on through thursday that will be just christian greeny conditions in here elsewhere it's hot and dry warm and dry across southern africa meanwhile want to see showers pushing just crossed c.s. and cape could see a little bit of time weather just coming in here then as we go on through wednesday but prices guys come back in as we head towards the end of the week. i really want to get down to the nitty gritty the reality whether online league have a male chauvinist and that is thinking perhaps with the entire global federation and it is really hard to get a piece of that or if you join at sunset people are free now they can speak up their mind this is a dialogue everyone has a voice to talk to us and i live here to chat and you too can be in the street join the colobus conversation on al-jazeera. the
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pollution is palpable. delis shares the symptoms of many modern metropolis but its unique features have been gotten a crisis. people in power investigates the toxic mix feeding the city's invisible killer and asks why more is not being done to relieve its citizens the least deadly aired on al-jazeera. it is good to have you with us hello adrian fenty good here in doha with the news out from office here are the headlines more than 20 civilians have been killed in
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ass trikes rebel held areas of northern syria syrian government forces and their allies have been attacking the last rebel held areas of it live and how much over the last month a 2 day nationwide strike is on the way in sudan protest leaders are trying to pressure the military to start a new round of talks for a civilian government but oklahoma's attorney general says. by pharmaceutical firm johnson and johnson helped to fuel the opioid crisis the u.s. state is holding the 1st trial against drug manufacturers that could hold them responsible for the at the demick for more on the opioid crisis now that suspect michael bought a chili who's the executive director of the great consensus for addiction at the boston medical center and previously served as the director of the white house office of national drug control policy of the obama administration he joins us now live from boston good to have you with us michael in a national sense what's the significance of this trial in oklahoma.
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so i think this trial in oklahoma as well as the lawsuits that are happening around the country are tremendously important here i think they're important for a number of reasons one i think that drug manufacturers and distributors need to be held accountable in a very transparent way for all of the pain and death that they presumably have caused as a result as a result of their manufacturing and distribution process sees you know i think that it's really important that we see what these companies did and in no exactly the practices that may have led to the most significant public health crises that we've probably had in the united states history so and i think that they owe it to the parents of kids who have died not only that they are held accountable but also that they pay for treatment and prevention services i think that's really an
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important part to these lawsuits is the now of a mental building. against. these manufacturers at the state and federal level. i'm sorry can you repeat the question is is there a momentum building legally speaking against these manufacturers these drug manufacturers at the state and federal level. there is a significant momentum building and i think just about there are hundreds if not thousands of lawsuits that are making their way through the state and federal court systems now to hold manufacturers and distributors distributors accountable for their behavior and i think that's really an important and growing part of the issue here i think that you know having spent the bulk of my time at both state and
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federal government levels that government has a responsibility but certainly the businesses that may have contributed to this epidemic and quite honestly made hundreds of billions of dollars off of these drugs be held both financially and legally responsible for the behavior that they that may have led to their contribution to this epidemic what do you think we might learn from this trial to what extent is a pandora's box about to be opened in oklahoma. well i think it's really one of the important reasons that these cases go to trial in the sense that through the discovery process and through the transparent discovery of documents and practices that the public and parents will have will see i think on a 1st hand basis what these manufacturers and distributors did so i think that
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there is a transparency to these lawsuits that settlements quite honestly don't often allow for that sort of public disclosure in terms of the practices of these businesses michael really gets to you many thanks indeed for being with us michael to charlie that. white house advisor jarrett is in morocco drumming up support for the american plan and the future of palestine and israel u.s. envoy is due in jordan and israel later this week donald trump's son in law is to present the economic part of the plan of a conference in bahrain next month the palestinians are rejecting the proposals of urging an arab boy course of the conference mike hanna reports now from washington the white house has confirmed that jared cushion is traveling to morocco then on to jordan then a west jerusalem before going on to join president trump on his state visit to the united kingdom now he's accompanied by special representative jason greenblatt and
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the u.s. iran representative brian hook it would appear that this trip is connected to the conference for bahrain next month at which the jared cushion is says that economic aspects of his settlement proposal for israel palestine are to be discussed he's insisted that the economic aspect of this deal needs to be settled before the political aspects can be addressed now significant believe the king of jordan king abdullah has not indicated whether he'll be attending that conference in bahrain equally morocco has not made clear whether it will be attending the palestinian leaders have made very clear they will not be attending that conference insisting that they no longer see the u.s. as an honest break in the ongoing conflict between israel and palestine so very important for jared to convince king abdullah to convince morocco to take part
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in that conference otherwise it could well lose whatever credibility it may have. iran says no prospects of talks with the united states unless donald trump commits to the 2015 nuclear agreement that he withdrew from the reports from tehran. in his 1st media briefing as iran's new foreign ministry spokesman abbas moussavi wasted no time getting to the point if the united states wants talks with iran the starting point is returning to the 2015 nuclear deal. now we won't have any negotiation with the united states and on line has always been respect for international agreements to restate could return there with. and based on delusion so we have no prospect for negotiation and invades for developments. as to offers by 3rd parties while iran's leaders are open to hearing from concerned friends of he says mediation isn't necessary yet stubbornly sticking to his guns
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seems to have worked in the iranian government's favor the u.s. has rolled back hawkish language and even with the american military buildup still in the region a war seems much less imminent iranians often say they don't care about iran's strategic victories or even standing up to america they care about things like the price of diapers for their children the value of their real currency fluctuating from one second to the next and generally being unable to afford a happy life. in my opinion everything should be solved through negotiations but out of politics should be separate from social issues because innocent people are being grouped into political games if iran and america. get better during a visit to japan this week the u.s. president struck an optimistic note i do believe that iran would like to talk and if they'd like to talk we'd like to talk also we'll see what happens but the
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iranian government says the u.s. pullout from the 2050 nuclear deal has shown negotiate. with americans is a fool's errand and as long as meaningful reduction of sanctions remains unlikely talking is a waste of time trudy islamiya the iran is not interested in empty rhetoric and pays more attention to behaviors and will decide and act up and. iran seems to be meeting american sanctions and military threats with more soft power doubling down on a policy of strong links with other countries to build a chain of consensus and condemn america's role in the middle east to that end the new face of the foreign ministry often iran's loudest voice on the world stage made it clear iran remains wide open to diplomacy with everyone except the united states zain but to her on the family of al jazeera journalists are saying and says a new investigation against him has been opened days after an egyptian court
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ordered his release to say it's been held for more than $880.00 days now without chanche trial or conviction after he was arrested in egypt while on a family holiday scott griffen is the deputy director of the international press institute he says that egypt's willingness to ignore a court order has confirmed his worst fears. we had hoped that at the very least he would be released under some kind of conditions you know that he would have to report to pretty soon a in the evening for example which is obviously not ideal but at least he would be able to be free and spend time with this family so we're very concerned that this latest move is a sign that egypt is not going to let go of much to say that easily i think we need a lot more pressure from each of us allies in the 1st place we need countries that are western powers that are allied that see a friendly face in the courage of the government to stand up for the ballot was that they claim to protect if you look to the u.k. for example which this announced
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a major campaign for media freedom globally egypt this is the kind of country that these sorts of campaigns need to be targeting it's absolutely unacceptable that allied countries are killing journalists like this and and the case that mark was saying i mean it i do think there has been some impact we finally had a court ruling that ordered his release but the authorities have decided to step in and start that i mean we had some success really to this year or to unesco awarded its journal the surprise to the photographer shot he was police under conditions and we were as i said we're hopeful that that was what would happen in my case so we are calling for more pressure from egypt's allies to be written to the foreign minister yesterday urging the governments to of finally said 3. and all to syria investigation in libya has revealed foreign military aircraft including spy planes are supporting the warlord khalifa haftar and his forces as they battle to capture
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the capital they're being resisted by troops and fighters loyal to the un recognized government in tripoli shala palace reports. libya divided. huffed and his forces and nearly 2 months into a push to take the capital tripoli from the un recognized government after his men have now reached the airport road just south of tripoli will see the government trying to push them back mcgovern article we have overpowered the enemy and we are now on the airport road we have overpowered them and they will return to where they came from. but prime minister 5 years alsa russia's troops are not just bestselling haftar and his self described libyan national army and al-jazeera investigation has revealed several foreign owned military planes based outside the country have been supporting her after the aircraft to flown regularly between egypt israel jordan and libya the tracking devices were frequently switched off concealing their
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movements to and from eastern libya have to space private jets have also been used one carrying military equipment was seen in 3 libyan cities and a pro then tracked flying from egypt marrying half his advance towards tripoli on the 10th of may. and an egyptian military cargo plane flew west out of egypt on the 15th of april before we talk to right just off the libyan it's over the last few years a lot of countries have been supplying her without which he would not never have been able to dominate the eastern part of libya primarily it is the u.s. that has been pointed out throughout the last 3 years or 40 years by the united nation and multiple reports that it is the primary it's a supplier of weapons and munitions and so on to the hopped up side.
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last week the u.n. special representative for libya and salami called for immediate action to cut off the flow of arms saying many countries were sending weapons to libya's war in posses the country is under a u.n. imposed. both sides are violating their weapons in bargo and there are many countries supplying weapons to both sides but the primary. country for furnishing arms to have to are in the east is and the primary country supporting the defense of tripoli in the west is turkey. this recent escalation in libya's 5 year civil war has killed. more than 500 people forced nearly 80000 people from the horror prime minister fayyad is alsa raj inhofe to have a greece national elections are needed critics say with 3rd party supporting the complex they're not the only ones at the table shiela ballasts. in brazil dozens of prisoners have been killed fighting among themselves and 4 different jails the riots 4 years of overcrowding jail break attempts of rival gangs battling for
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control of the howard reports. as a deadly fight broke out between inmates inside this prison in my analysis on sunday anxious family members protested outside demanding answers blocking roads and clashing with police look at you know what i meant what am i going to tell my mother in law and my kids when i arrive at home that my husband did prison guard say the attack happened during visiting hours. around 11 am an internal fight broke out billions 5 in 3 weeding the warden to immediately activate the prison intervention group on the right caused the deaths of 15 inmates at the prison intervention groups action was fundamental so we could maintain control of the incident started around 11 am 11 porting it had been attained with. this prison is one of 4 in amazonas state where riots have started over the past 48 hours officials say 42 inmates were found dead others stabbed with toothbrushes which had
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been crudely shop and. gang violence overcrowding and breakout attempts are common in brazil's jails. result prisons pretty much governed by drug trafficking and when people. arrives in prison they have to basically choose decide between these factions full protection of the guards or not them all in and out that referral area and when these fights break out there's an officials that are on the ground all control what is going on. brazil has the world's largest prison population close to 3 quarters of a 1000000 inmates is twice the capacity of what the jails were designed to hold. 3 weeks of. prison 2 years ago and did with nearly 150 inmates dead. the same year hundreds of inmates escaped in sao paulo after setting fire to their
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jail. government attempts implementor reforms were assisted by powerful criminal gangs with connections behind bars and outside to public buildings banks and petrol stations were targets in a series of attacks in january president diable scenario has promised to build new prisons address underfunding to control the overcrowding and boost security reinforcements. as angry family members await for news of the recent deaths prison guards are on alert for further retribution attacks. al jazeera a schoolgirl has been killed. in a bus stop in japan a man was also killed before committing suicide a report from the scene. the attack happened just before 8 in the morning in this usually quiet suburb of kawasaki city as children were waiting to board a bus to go to a nearby private catholic elementary school a man attacked
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a group of girls with knives it appears he deliberately targeted the students but some adults were also caught in the violence eyewitnesses say the attacker was carrying 2 knives the latest stabbed himself and died in hospital with. a sock kids screaming and crying other kids in people at the scene looked too shocked to do anything i didn't know what i could do for them. medical staff say most of the wounded being treated at several hospitals are children among those killed an 11 year old girl an attack like this mainly against children is particularly shocking in japan which is regarded as one of the safest countries in the world with one of the lowest murder rates in july 2016 there was another mass stabbing in the same prefecture on that occasion 19 people were killed in a home for people with disabilities by a former employee as the scene of this attack was cleaned investigators were trying
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to find out why children may have been the targets of such violence wayne hay al jazeera kawasaki japan years of war and poverty have had a devastating impact on afghanistan's health care system the country's largest children's hospital treats up to 1200 patients every day stephanie decker reports. she's barely a year old but little roy is struggling to stay alive it took her family 6 hours to drive here and there is little they can do now but wait. you would we took her to a local hospital in our village and but it didn't help her health condition was getting worse so we came here there is only one intensive care room here and it's full of their tiny bodies share the beds. even with all the books. astound that it it is completely against all medical standards but we have no choice it is the lack
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of facilities that we're faced with that the current condition is stressful for doctors and nurses and it has a negative impact on treatment. every day is a challenge inside afghanistan's largest children's hospital they desperately need money it's not only a lack of space but the equipment needs to be fixed and updated and some of the machines don't market will only need to 1st of all invest more in. the basic markets for health services because the current investment isn't sufficient and the system isn't able to serve. on the road the whole population of afghanistan and children are always the most vulnerable so the impact there is is the worst for all these challenges doctors tell us at least these children managed to reach the hospital their families able to afford the trip there are many more children across afghanistan who urgently need medical care but have no access. stephanie decker al-jazeera. just ahead on the news out the world series may be far
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off but could this already be the most dramatic moments of the baseball season sather will be here with all the sports next.
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we're going to leave the sport here so thank you very much adrian all several players in spain's top 2 football leagues have been arrested over a suspected match fixing it is alleged that play is an officials from some clubs a form the criminal organization to profit from fixed games while spanish ship
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police released this video of what they said it was the social former real madrid play a role bravo's house they said he was one of those arrested on tuesday after league filed complaints about matches and lower nonprofessional divisions and international friendlies that he says and none of its complaints that relate to games in spain's top league neymar has been stripped of the brazil captaincy ahead of the call american next month he's been replaced by p.s.g. teammate danny alvarez for the upcoming friendlies against peru brazil are hosting the called and their coach was on the pressure to demote mom because of disciplinary issues including hitting a fan after p.s.g. lost the french cup final. in germany union burling have made history by being promoted to the top division of for the 1st time a goalless draw at home to stood guard saw them when the bonds leaguer playoff tie
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on away goals this makes union the 1st side from the old east germany to reach the top flight in a decade players and coaching staff celebrated the achievement along with thousands of fans who invaded the pitch women's world number one now me osaka has avoided the big upset in the 1st round of the french open she lost the 1st set 6 love to slovakia's and the carolina middle over who is ranked number 90 that's 90 in the world japanese was then 2 points from defeat in the 2nd before a tie break to level the match at one set all in her opponent caved after that osaka winning the decide the $61.00 to reach the 2nd round and continue her quest for the grand slam title in iraq thanks men's fifty's 50 the
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alexanders very ever overcame australia's john millman in a battle lasting 4 hours and 8 minutes the german closed out the match in 5 sets to reach the 2nd round. it will also grow as have won the opening game of the stanley cup finals well it wasn't easy though they had to rally from 2 goals down to beat the sent louis blues semi like has all the action. but still. the boston bruins have come into the stanley cup finals playing some of the best hockey of the season based what the eastern conference finals for nothing against carolina but playing on home ice in the stanley cup open i guess st louis things didn't start well but i did tell thing they went one down in the 1st period with great interest in scoring for the blue thank. you would you say things got worse for boston as a lot of new towers genco double play loses advantage was
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about boston no within the 2 about dealing with pressure having gone to a game 7 defied in the opening round thanks conduct and got the fight back stock it was and then charlie mcevoy scored on a power play to go into the final period to all. thanks from their soft and dominate with shaun curry put them ahead thanks and brad muschamp through the comeback win with an empty net thanks i was a final score 4 to boston our team has been resilient all your if you watch our group not necessarily from comebacks but just you know different guys in the lineup different guys producing we're generally going to you know up and down why don't get guys that are going to play hard to stand the bruins are looking for
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a 7th stanley cup title or they'll have the chance to take a step closer to that when they host game 2 on wednesday here. 6 wire malik al-jazeera. oh finished with some incredible reactions to major league baseball take a look at this. stuff. and not escape for the milwaukee brewers pitcher jeremy jeffress the up against the minnesota twins avoiding being hit in the face but catching the ball as well he did twist his name but it could have been a lot worse and the bruins have won 5 full that's different somebody thanks data and that is from the time for the team here in doha to hand the bass home to our colleagues in london will be here in just a few moments with an of a full blizzard of news from al-jazeera i'll see it again thanks for watching.
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june on al-jazeera people in power returns with an investigation into why india's capital delhi has some of the worst and pollution in the world. 2 years into the blockade we look at the future of the g.c.c. crisis and its impact on life and hats off join us for special coverage the big picture examines the power potential unprejudiced of knowledge official intelligence as it used to shape world leaders from the group of 20 nations will
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gather for the 14th g. 20 summit to be held for the 1st time in japan and in brand new episodes we follow people from around the globe who are risking it all just to make a living june on al-jazeera. in 2012 al-jazeera traveled to iraq people who are definitely scared to speak on camera they're saying that if they talk to us they think they'll be arrested down the line to take the pulse of a country ravaged under us occupation some of these graves are completely destroyed it's one of the most holy and sacred sites in all of iraq to turn into a battleground between the mighty army and the americans rewind returns to iraq after the americans on al-jazeera.
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every. $100.00 a raid a day furious onslaught from syria's last rebel stronghold that's forcing hundreds of thousands to flee towards turkey. hello i'm barbara starr you're watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up on the program thousands of people go on strike in sudan demanding that the military hand over power to civilian rule serbia reportedly deploys troops to its border with costs of oh after a police raid the sense tensions soaring.


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