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wants unity and yes despite the support of $20000.00 u.n. in foreign troops the president seems unable to bring the country together. he's facing mounting protests with calls for his resignation including from the influential cleric. leading the demonstrations. the president is my friend but i will continue to denounce his governance people from the north the armed groups the people fighting against each other we're all volume's we need to promote dialogue bring an end to the violence that's turning into a senseless war. it is a country in crisis deeply divided with each community mourning their dead. to break the cycle of revenge nicholas hawke al-jazeera pharmaco well in nigeria gunmen have killed 34 villages the attack happened on saturday in the northwestern state of zamfara hundreds of people have died in the region this year
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and address has the details. in fact the conflict in some for a state started way back as far back as 2009 and it's been like this for a very very long time however the last 4 years of seeing a spike in the number of a types and the number of casualty figures because of these frequent attacks between the cattle herders and of course the local farming community now the problem as escalated to such a level that that are criminal gangs who have also come in and take an adventist advantage of the situation and this criminal gangs and are only limited to the nigerian side of the border that are foreigners as we were told by officials who have come into them for a state and also for being part and parcel of this problem an official told al jazeera a few weeks ago that there are more than 48 cams 8 major cams and 1434 major smaller camps in some forested alone so the problem of climate change is
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partly responsible for this crisis more and more cattle herders are moving in words or inland as the area in the north or the area north becomes dry and dry and so they move their cattle and as a result of movement of these cattle they sort of drive their cattle through farmlands and if we don't use we spoke to say that these farm lines have been expanded into grazing areas and cattle routes or who for cattle for migration papas and all that stayed set the stage of conflict between the 2 sides and now the conflict has moved from the north depart into the central part of nigeria and into the south west where we've seen in the last 2 years hundreds of people have been killed. still to come here on al-jazeera a date in court sudan's former leader appears in public for the 1st time since he was overthrown. also ahead of how a power failure across several south american countries left millions in the dark.
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to wet and sponsored by cattle and. hello there was a lot of flooding in central southern china from the last batch of developing rain well this is likely to be a repeat performance but in different places the clown doesn't look too frightening to think of the scale of china's development is certainly coming out from the west and this darker green it goes up towards the yangtze valleys where we're going to see the heaviest of the right i suspect his eyes are right on off in hong kong once again you've got the cloud and the more sure of course that maybe it will be particularly heavy so we will watch inland in particular which will take share as action up towards shanghai and that could be where most of the heavy rain is if you drop the sas yes so be showers in the philippines some parts of vietnam and
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thailand that's where the bright white tops have been recently then south of that and sudden borneo soloway sea not much in the last 24 hours and in the forecast light showers maybe a sort of way see jakarta looks dr most of job in bali is there are showers scattered to the west but the emphasis is probably going to be the further north of course we're watching for the monsoon trough to finally jump ahead it's 2 weeks late for most of india and it's not exactly obvious where it is a massive cloud in the bay of bengal but not really on the indian side. the weather sponsored by cateye always in morocco unregistered and under-age marriages have caused problems especially for women and children but i've been trying for years to get my daughter legally recognised by her father pressure from lobby groups has led to changes to the modelling of the family code giving women greater rights in marriage while keeping the family at heart now the divorce rate
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has increased a lot mainly without the patients made by wives. al-jazeera world. welcome back you're watching al jazeera live from your top stories the police in hong kong have moved in to disperse protesters camped out since a mass demonstration against the controversial extradition bill that organizers say up to 2000000 people took part in the protest on sunday. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people nearly 40 billett shoes were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced to flee in the eastern province of touring over the past week. and vigils have been
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held in modeling following a series of attacks that killed almost 100 people the international criminal court is investigating allegations of crimes against humanity. a court has ordered the wife of israel's prime minister to pay $15000.00 after she was found guilty of misusing state funds however benjamin netanyahu wasn't in court with her instead he chose to inaugurate a new israeli settlements in the occupied golan heights it's been named trump heights in honor of donald trump the u.s. president after he recognized israeli sovereignty over the territory contrary to international law or a force that reports now from west jerusalem. in the early evening sunshine the israeli prime minister and the u.s. ambassador unveiled what had hardly been a secret in golden font they you know be rated trump heights a planned new settlement in the occupied golan heights for now at least it's just a sign but for benjamin netanyahu an important symbol of. the golan was and it will
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always be an integral part of our country the golan is israeli it's important to stress this again and again we are not strangers in the go a long way ahead due to our national vote which have been deep here for thousands of years. it was a fank you to the u.s. president who to fishley recognized israel's claim on the golan heights seized from syria in 1967 and considered occupied territory under international law at the height of the israeli election campaign in late march america's ambassador to israel who sat in on the cabinet noted so far only one place in israel had been named after a sitting president the one who recognized the new jewish government in $148.00 president trump will be honored to be america that small cadre of heroes of israeli heroes of harry truman and battle trump i think they belong together and i think they are they will always be known as the 2 greatest presidents for the state
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of israel and i might be a little biased i would say i think mine is just a little bit better is really opposition parties are calling this event a publicist on saying netanyahu is interim government can't legally create the new settlement that will have to wait until after september's elections that unprecedented 2nd vote in a year follows netanyahu failure to form a coalition government last month and the likely impact of that election on donald trump's long delayed peace plan is now becoming clearer on sunday israel confirmed that it would be attending the u.s. led economic workshop in bahrain the trumps regional envoy jason green but also said that the release of the political part of the plan might well be affected by israel's election but netanyahu the election is bound up with his own legal fate he faces 3 pending charges for corruption failing to form a government has hurt his chances of passing immunity legislation ahead of his 1st indictment hearing in early october. on sunday his wife sarra was ordered to pay
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$15000.00 u.s. dollars after being convicted of benefiting from a mistake in a case involving the use of public money to purchase meals for her family she is going to be taking public funding significant amounts throughout several years against the rules then struction is a criminal offense that carries conviction and concrete financial punishment but it's benjamin netanyahu own pending cases would resent by far the bigger threat to his position electioneering is under way and as of and you know who the stakes are high kerry force it out 0 western news. tension between the u.s. and iran has risen since washington blame to iran for explosions on 2 tankers in the gulf of oman last week however the us democratic chairman of the house intelligence committee is concerned the white house is sending mixed messages on iraq certainly the president has said that he doesn't want war but nonetheless his people and i don't know what this is pompei o or bolton or both seem to be taking
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actions to undercut that to stay out of warfare at a time when the president sent a message apparently through the japanese prime minister of an interest in going back to the table to negotiate bolton was announcing new sanctions on iran now is that an effort to scuttle the president's effort to initiate a dialogue it certainly seemed to have that effect. but i think the the whole idea that somehow through this pressure campaign we were going to force around to compare chile and say ok we'll come back to the table give up everything was naive dangerously naive in the 1st place and this is what our allies are reacting to. tyria is former prime minister and finance minister have appeared in court as part of an ongoing corruption investigation. and karim to die are among a number of senior officials who were detained following the resignation of the former president abdelaziz bouteflika in april has been conditionally released elections are planned for algeria but protesters continue to call for the removal
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of beautifully allies before any vote. sudan's see dida omar al bashir has been taken to the public prosecutor's office after he was charged with corruption this was his 1st public appearance since he was overthrown in a military coup on the 11th of april reports say he was also charged with illegal possession of foreign currency. all that comes as a diplomatic effort to build bridges between sudan's military jointer and protesters continues to face obstacles here's how. this is sudan's most unpopular man mohamed hamdan that glow is the commander of the rapid support force they were made up of fighters from the notorious gen joe weed militia who were accused of killing tens of thousands of people in the darfur region they have been accused of opening fire on civilians during the dismantling of the sitting in front of the military school to him earlier this month hamdan also known as him it
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faces growing calls to resign and face justice. but the man seems determined to stay in power has been holding rallies like this one in the capital over the last few days where one minute. we are prepared to hand over power the protesters say they want a government of technocrats that's fine with us we want the same thing but here's the problem the protesters are in favor of an unelected parliament to eradicate the military council. how miti told the crown that the perpetrators of the crackdown will be executed but many accuse him if he himself along with the had of the military council of rating the violence. on the streets the protesters remain defiant. i don't think you'll be just investigation if it's the military council investigating i'm one of the victims no one came to ask me anything
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criminals must not be the same people investigating the attack many sudanese say they are angry with the military council yes it a man is a rebel leader who had been in exile he returned to sudan after the military deposed longtime leader. hoping to be part of the new political. but he was arrested and deported to neighboring south sudan after the crux of the sit in now he darts the military wants to hand over power to civilians it is sudanese people who with the military council is approved the only does not do one with the borders no deer is here as you have planned border to a civilian. government the us e.u. and the african union have sent all voice to sudan to mediate they are concerned that could lead to more violence and uncertainty possible but.
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power is being restored across through south american countries after a big blackout tens of millions of people across argentina uruguay and paraquat were left minus elec tricity marching team's power grid collapsed early on sunday leaving the entire country without electricity power transport public transport rather water supplies and the internet all affected to reason as more from point a cyrus. people in argentina woke up this sunday to a massive power that not only affected this country but also neighboring countries like worldwide peril why most public transport it was affected most stations around the city the capital were also affected there were no traffic lights and that combined with massive rain also complicated plans for people here in the capital where site is but also in other parts of the region that were preparing to celebrate father's day for example and also 4 provinces were holding local
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elections there's been reports that the main figure happened in the northeastern dar them the border between part of y. and argentina. and interconnection there apparently is this cost this problem however there was an announcement made by the secretary of energy where he was basically saying that there's going to be an investigation that there was a failure but that for years happened all the time. in the end never end up in this massive blackout that affected most of the region and that's why he has given the companies around 15 days to initiate an investigation and fulfill a report and that if there is a need in order to do away with demand and initiate at the un continue with the whole process then the government will do what's correct us not forget argentina has had an energy deficit for many many years when nobody saw markets across office he said that fighting it was one of his priorities and that's why the government has invested heavily on energy in this country not only in renewable energy but also in other projects all around the country and that's why they're saying that
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this massive power cut is a surprise for the government. nothing ignites passion in indian cricket fans like a victory over their fields rivals pakistan these are the scenes as supporters celebrates the team taking a big step toward securing a place in the world cup semifinals the 89 run victory keeping intact an unbeaten record so far in the tournament in england the wellings has all the action from manchester i cricket's biggest guy in india of the pakistan. vocus 5 points occasion that all traffic in manchester only $25000.00 were lucky enough to have a golden ticket over 700002 the plight more than a 1000000000 people in total expected to watch the game in india in pakistan and across the globe. after a disappointing start to the world cup pakistan needed the points most but i couldn't make the breakthrough when i put in during the pot i broke it sharma
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showed his class again i completed a fine century that that night the indian contingent i he was eventually out for $140.00 but can't seem fair at kohli continued the push to an imposing title he scored $77.00 other side of upright the running in just total 336. the 2 questions in pakistan's reply that i wish to talk it i'm beat the manchester writing i lost in early to shankar but a century stand between fuck as a man and barbarism reminded us to never quite write off pakistan i and so both parts were dismissed in quick succession and the collapse of wickets and shoot this has been a problem in the world cup and when the rain arrived india were in complete control again that means so much to both teams was that as of course we have been it's a proud moment for india i mean we had to win the world cup but i'm sure we'll get
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there's a lot of maybe that's why the oh god yeah. ok. july 14th. and dia were expected to be strong in this tournament i'm remind with afghanistan their next opponent and a place in the semifinals beckoning for their great rivals pakistan a cricketing miracle looks to be needed if they're going to progress in this world cup. al-jazeera. 0 these are your top stories protesters in hong kong continue to stand their ground a day after another mass demonstration against a controversial extradition bill they want the proposed floor dropped on the territories leader kerry lamb to step down police protesters camped out overnight
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but say they now want to clear the streets renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least $160.00 people nearly 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced to flee in the eastern province of it over the last week and vigils have been held in mali following a series of attacks that killed almost 100 people the international criminal court is investigating allegations of crimes against humanity. the rebels say they've targeted a saudi airport with a drone for the 4th time since weapons day hasn't yet confirmed or denied the attack on airport close to the yemeni border. israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu has inaugurated a new israeli settlement in the occupied golan heights it's been named trump heights to honor the u.s. president who recognized israeli sovereignty over the territory all this happened the other day whose wife was found guilty of misusing public funds power has been
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restored across 3 south american countries after a massive blackout tens of millions of people across argentina uruguay and paraguay left without electricity argentina's power grid collapsed early on sunday leaving the entire country without power public transport water supplies and internet communications all affected. what we know is that at 7 o 7 in the morning local time the failure occurred in the coastal grid that failure is not abnormal or extraordinary but it is abnormal in the sense that it calls the total power. nothing ignites passions in indian cricket fans like a victory over their fierce rivals pakistan these were the scenes as supporters celebrated the team taking a big step toward securing a place in the world cup semifinals the 89 run victory keeping intact an unbeaten record so far in the tournament in england those are your headlines the news continues after inside story on have more news in 28 minutes.
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see. albania was hoping to be asked to start european union membership talks this month but that now seems unlikely to happen e.q. leaders want to see a country with stable democratic institutions but in the past week president has canceled local elections that were scheduled for the end of the month because the opposition democratic party refuses to take part in them making matters worse the ruling socialist party has questioned president met the constitutional authority to
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change the date there's no constitutional court to rule on the matter because its judges finances a being investigated and they also suspended so albania presents a picture of anything but a stable democratic state which is a precondition for membership today on talk to al-jazeera the president of the met . mr president thank you for talking to al-jazeera thank you very much for. into the showing to me come to the situation in albania today is described as a constitutional crisis the constitution describes albania as a poem entry republic which means that you are elected by parliament and. while you enjoy the trust of parliament parliament has the power to remove and replace you with a large majority as long as the constitutional court also ratifies parliaments decision
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. but it may only do so if you have committed an agreed just silly unconstitutional act in parliament's opinion so do you think that you have committed such an act and do you think that parliament has indeed become such a process of replacing you is that what we saw in the censure motion brought to the floor of the parliament. i want to assure you all that i don't want to make use of this interview to talk about the parliament. and about its responsibilities. but that is very clear according to bill bennett of course it's a constitution that when the parliament can dismiss the president and it's very clear when the president is doing
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a very grave. constitutional violation. which also should be verified later from the constitutional court so i have to let you know that. in the article in the constitution of the republic awful benno that has been violated from the president of the republic and i want to assure you that. the. constitutional order for by now is based on political pluralism and free and fair elections and what the president has that is exactly. showing his commitment. to to put attacked. political pluralism in the country and also to get on t.v.
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free and fair elections for all citizens of for albania because i was going to have voting for 45 years during the communist regime but everyone knows that there is a big difference between elections and the vote as you know last month millions of europeans went to the polls to elect a new european parliament albania has had trouble elect. deciding when to elect 61 mayors. any of ready to join the european union. albanians. the citizens of this country. they have been married the. even earlier to do into you. but. in the coming hours and in the coming days the political leadership of the country. is going to be tested
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if it has the right maturity. not to be an obstacle for this spirit. of the albanian citizens because they hear more than i do 5 percent of the albedo so. eager to go into the european union and with my your decision i wanted to give time to leaders to reflect to calm down. and to create the conditions for a reasonable dialogue that demonstrates maturity. first of all towards our citizens here but also to assume your opinion him that this country yes is ready to make a major step ahead. all right but again going back to the constitutional
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issue the argument against you being expressed by the government is that you do not have the right to cancel an election. i am not talking about. political. speculations. i showed you that this is a very solid. constitutional decision. the only. authority supreme authority is the constitutional court. we. can. go on this sort of. decree but what i want to assure you it's this is waste of time what we are discussing and what they are debating because these ikari was published in official newspaper and according to our constitution and legislation from that moment it is obligation of every city to show central or local to implemented
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all right but politically speaking prime minister says i am not going to go back to the dialogue with the opposition to find a consensual date for an election they had a chance to register they decided to abstain and i'm going to stick to what we originally agreed to before the president what what is the solution to this are you going to recognize the result of the local elections if they happen now after this decree. was signed then came into force there is no formal and legal date for the elections about 30 of you about this claim of the but i mean is that arma i want to let you know that. this president of. postponing good journal local elections in the
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country was created for the 1st time in 20062007 when he was the opposition leader and mayor of tehran and they wanted an additional document. to be. included in this technical process in order to participate in the elections and that time for the. very 1st time we had the such president which later also was repeated in different cases so this is not something you know of course this is not something normal because when everything is going. well. there is no reason to take a such. decision and. i hope that our prime minister is going to be more aware about the. ruling principle that the government
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bears greater responsibility for the whole country not only for its supporters or. militants and i hope that living up to this response plus responsibility and reflecting girl saw not in the best interests of the country but will you recognise the results if the government holds this election. there are no elections on 30 of these the committee has been published in the official newspaper and this is now. legation of everyone to implemented so there are 2 sharply distinct interpretations of the constitution which the constitutional court would have to adjudicate there is no constitutional court because its judges are undergoing
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ethical review and well being vetted yes there is only. one supreme. authority that can no such decree which he's the constitutional court and which is not functional for the moment as you rightly mentioned and everyone knows that the president of the republic has that every effort for a long time to avoid the such a situation but this is not any more important and now in these conditions this. the creek cannot be contested from any court in the country and of course it is. the creek which. i have signed in front of the albanian citizens taking all the responsibility for that and i'm sure that. i have done. the best to avoid this. further escalation
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of the conflict between the government and the opposition and to give to both sides the possibility to calm down to reflect and to enter soon in dialogue for the best interests of all the bells and in particular. in these days before these 2 very important positions are going to be taken from the member countries of the european union about the european future of the of it now let's talk about the domestic political aspects of your decree for a moment. you have as you say expressed in that to create the desire to see no threats to public security and no threats to democratic stability you've asked the 2 sides to come together under your aegis but so far the socialist party has not done so some of the smaller opposition parties have met with you and that seems
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to be the beginning of a dialogue but we have no. indication that it will in compass the main players quite the opposite the socialist led government says that it's going to proceed with the election and the democratic opposition says something rather cryptic but certainly not conciliatory mr basher on thursday said that he calls upon citizens to do whatever european citizens are forced to do when they're faced with the prospects of an effective could you tell which is which is how he describes the gov the government of iran so are you concerned that your decree doesn't seem to have had the desired effect i am. very determined. to do my best. for. creating. the necessary conditions for dialogue and for a viable solution because this is.
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very important not only for. the stability of the country and the democratic. of our citizens but this is very important for the european church or of. albania and with holding elections without opposition. this is completely an investment against the european should serve this country which is a national goal of all obey knows no matter of. party affiliation and. also i'm realistic. that after these poor 5 miles of. confrontation as you have also fall and. reported the solution cannot in 2 days and 3 days but i'm
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not hopeless that also means that i will come back here and. other. leaders we. conclude. agreement on the solution which will help the country. not only to avoid to avoid the these divisive a climate but also which will help contrary to demonstrate to. european union and to all a part of. that i maturity and that this is a country which is improving the democratic standards and not downgrading let's talk about the european aspects of you want to create to cancel and postpone these elections you have said that you want to safeguard the copenhagen criteria of
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holding free and fair elections of guaranteeing democratic institutions function properly with the greatest possible participation of the persons concerned. and on the 9th of june you issued the decree in which you stated these things very clearly on the 10th of june prime minister rama went to brussels and met with the president of the european commission he said that i am in favor that these elections should take place on june the 30th if not this would harm the european perspective of albania mr you has a completely different interpretation of what is in the interests of your european perspective to you how do you explain that. president you. he's also. a great friend of mine and he's a great democrat but i'm sure that he was not reported that.
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this election so 1st of june no. practically or substantially were voting and not elections because. they were. elections without the opposition i'm sure that he has not been fully aware about. in this frame i see what you are saying is a very correct but we know very well that now this is not anymore. but it's still subject of the commission because a commission has made a positive accommodation for a way now now this decision is going to be taken that. the political level and the messages have been clear that the elections without opposition do not help the european. progress awful but now it does seem however that regardless albania will not receive an invitation this month to start membership talks with
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the european union. how do you think this is going to be received in albanian society and what do you think is going to be the political impact i steal the prey. that. obama is going to open the negotiations. as soon as possible hopefully with a smile both with north. but it's very important in the coming hours it's very important in the coming days that we show maturity to overcome this. crisis and this is the only way that obey now to. have a better chance is for a. positive a disease in june or in september. this is now not the most. important but this one as possible but if the crisis is. going to.
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last. but johnson would be undermined photios not for months this is clear why do you say that do you think that the current political confrontation is the chief criterion for being invited to start membership talks the functioning of the market to secure so. is fundamental for every decision at the high speed to go. levels and as i have underlined the standards of the free and fair elections have been always decisive forward to such decisions o.b.l. was having some problems and concerns also in the past about the. elections and the if we don't up to show. normality and progress now related to.
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general local elections it will be a disaster. there are also other concern as the european member states have expressed in their recorded in the european commission's report particularly a disappointment with the lack of high level convictions of organized criminals and particularly in drug crime and trafficking. doesn't. continue to have a serious problem with organized crime in your view rule of law. and tangible progress in the fight against the organized crime and also corruption. is. fundamental for. going go ahead albania has initiated.
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very important judiciary. reform but there is. much more to be down to show more political will to implement it i plea and also to. be more reliable partner with all international partners in fighting this organized crime. so you think that there is still a lot of progress to be made why has it taken so long for the judicial review why has the albanian but then without a cause to touche no court for 18 months. the lack of course situational court it's a. big problem for the country and. it helps. government to.
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take. additional authority which is not in the constitution a full day now. or for that but. anyway i hope that things will be improved in the coming. mounts but now it's important to address this. crisis and to take more time for all the reforms that are required to be permanent. and if. albania does not receive an invitation to open membership talks this month do you think that there is going to be the danger of widespread emigration legal or illegal away from this country we're already seeing indications that there are large numbers in the 10s of thousands of
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albanians who are leaving albania to look for work elsewhere because salaries a low unemployment among adults is 12 percent but among young adults it is 22 percent very difficult numbers to manage i don't like to describe the worst scenario. that you're mentioning. i am determined to fight for the best scenario. which means that soon we find a solution we show that i maturity. and our citizens. have more confidence for the european future of full benefit and also our partners . are convinced that we deserve optic off because as soon as possible. let me go back to what you have identified as the principle obstacle which is that the state the political situation in the country today extremely polarized very
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confrontational and you seem to be getting dragged into it now whereas you waded into these very powerful political currents in order to try and save the system the system seems to be sucking you in prime minister rudd impugns your neutrality in parliament on thursday and said that you have ceased to hold have the right to hold your office because you have effectively become partisan in your position you've effectively back to the position of the democratic party opposition and you have asked for elections to be postponed the government position is the opposite do you think that you are in danger of losing at least the image of you and your travesty in society. that i'm a has no reason to be disappointed with me because the. one of his strongest out
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a good month when he proposed me as the president the full day now the time we were apart or soon the ruling coalition. was exactly that. he couldn't find. someone. that could. war to get on to that i'd say of the opposition. then mr met. one final question with the president does prime minister enjoy your trust and support as head of government in this country. and this. question. is. something that was. earlier when i have confirmed him as. prime minister of albania. i was expecting from he may
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as. staying longer in office. to be more flexible and more copper to with the opposition. first of all. because of the challenges country is having go ahead can. be addressed successfully only based on the but old of cooperation and i'm looking forward to see him. to leave behind these divisive rhetoric so that he. feels to match which is not helping the broader concerns force for a more all inclusive all. policy for what the company needs to be united mr president thank you for talking to others or
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thank you thank you. beatriz dilute the futuristic bullet train that 1st drew me to japan almost 2 decades ago trains are reflective seat kind of things that occurring around it japan is aging the birth rate is falling and the lines and losing money having experienced both the rule railway and high speed i hope the one will not be neglected for the other off the rails a journey through japan on al-jazeera. do
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you stand the differences. the similarities of cultures across. al-jazeera. peter roby in doha with your top stories from al-jazeera protesters in hong kong continue to stand their ground a day after another mass demonstration against a controversial extradition bill they want the proposed law dropped on the territory leader kerry lamb to step down at least let protesters camped out overnight but say they now want to clear the streets martin levy is a founding chairman of the democratic party in hong kong he says kerry will now
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take her cue from mainland china. i think is there whether she resigns or narcos she will look at bait jake and that is 1st we are concerned that bill must be scrapped and then if they really want to discuss let us discuss on that basis that there is no bill we don't want a bill to be hanging over our heads is a 3rd really bad bill and it wasn't even thought through properly by the government we are not just not directing to do with a government has been handling the presence of this bill but they voted bill itself because if this bill were to be passed into law any person living or working in hong kong as well as any person actually spending a holiday or just passing by can be transferred from our car to meet him and china to be tried in a china mainland caught up charges and we don't trust the judicial
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system in china so if this bill would pass welcome people with fear totally exposed to crimes of this really devore commit that they would be convicted of that because in china even lawyers can be locked up when you're fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people nearly 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced to flee in the eastern province of a tortie over the past week in nigeria government have killed 34 villagers the attack happened on saturday in the northwestern state of zamfara hundreds of people have died in the region this year meanwhile the vigils have been held in mali following a series of attacks that killed almost 100 people international criminal court is investigating allegations of crimes against humanity. the rebels say they've targeted the airport with a groan for the 4th time since weapons date has not yet confirmed or denied the
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attack on the airport close to the border with yemen. israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu has inaugurated a new israeli settlements in the occupied golan heights it's been named trump heights to honor the u.s. president who recognized israeli sovereignty over the territory all this happened on a day that mr netanyahu is wife was found guilty of misusing public funds sudan's leader omar al bashir has been taken to the public prosecutor's office after he was charged with corruption this was his 1st public appearance since he was overthrown in a military coup on the 11th of april reports he was also charged with illegal possession of foreign currency. power is being restored across 3 south american countries after a massive blackout tens of millions of people across argentina uruguay and paraguayan were left without electricity argentina's power grid collapsed early on sunday leaving the entire country without power public transport water supplies and
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internet communications being affected. in. what we know is that at 7 o 7 in the morning local time the failure occurred in the coastal grid that failure is not abnormal or extraordinary but it is abnormal in the sense that it calls the total power. almost 800 undocumented migrants have been affirmed packed into cargo trucks in mexico they've been taken to a migrant facility the drivers of the trucks were arrested the government's under pressure from washington to curb the number of people crossing over into the united states. nothing ignites passion in indian cricket fans like a big tree over their fierce rivals pakistan these are the scenes as supporters celebrated the team taking a big step toward securing a place in the world cup semifinals the 89 run victory keeping intact an unbeaten record so far in the tournament in england those are your headlines the news continues after al-jazeera world.
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marriage and the family in morocco is governed by a family code called the madonna an advance serves as a spot that i welcome our 1st listener and dearest moment yes. the legal age of 4
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marriage is now 18 but women as young as 14 have often entered into marriages that have never been registered just does not look like a surrogate and widow honestly that. pressure from women's groups has seen the code updated in recent years. boom false the liberals. the change has sometimes been slow and not only women have felt the need for protection and the concern was that it was worth our as a snail hell you're doing it with. the changes since 2003 have come too late for some some hecklers and she was made up. morocco has updated the model announced by increasing particularly women's rights it's a subject that resonates with families almost anywhere in the world.
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