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sure those responsible will be punished u.n. peacekeepers and congolese armed forces have deployed teams to assess the situation for both to strengthen their presence in the area by setting up 3 temporary military bases but the congolese army has been unable to control the rebel groups its soldiers and police have been attacked some killed while trying to stop the tribal fighting some rebels also targeted a u.n. helicopter. the situation here is tense they have a community accuses the government of not protecting them they've been protesting against the violence calling for more to be done to stop the killings. the current situation is a responsibility of the national government it must deploy more troops on the ground to fight against the militias in order to stabilize the situation. the violence has forced thousands of people to flee their homes seeking refuge elsewhere on friday and saturday alone more than 6000 displaced people arrived at this camp in bunia many living in difficult conditions with the bare minimum. i
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wonder if we have an authority or president in this country even after the elections and the new president people are still dying like animals. and the 2 camps set up here already at full capacity. but we've been complaining to the authorities and partners since the displaced people started arriving at this camp so we can organize how to assist them properly but nothing has happened now there are more people than the cup come hold and the living conditions where people aren't. eatery is one of the largest provinces in democratic republic of congo it has large diamonds and gold reserves the fight for control of the area is fueling the violence and a longstanding dispute between the hammock cattle herders and lendu farmers tens of thousands of congolese have been killed in the cycle of reprisal attacks and camps like this are becoming a permanent home for many mohammed al jazeera. now in west africa the struggle for
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land and resources has led to deadly confrontations farmers and herders of 40 nigeria and mali dozens of people have died thousands more have been displaced we begin our coverage in mali where one week ago nearly a 100 people were killed in a village as part of an escalating conflict between farmers and herders al-jazeera is melcombe web reports now from ali's region. making $200.00 cows walk in the same direction at the same time isn't an easy. 012 year old buyer the i was a monster of the art he belongs to the lonnie ethnic group many of whom are nomadic cattle herders. and hundreds of whom have been killed in growing into communal conflict here in central mali militia linked to forlornly herders and farmers are behind a series of attacks in each other's communities in the last 3 years. but for
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buyers the constant challenge of following rains and finding pastures infused with life. changing climate makes it even harder. this new home costs too weak to walk but they can't stop. their work as hard when you don't find enough food for them some of them die so it's not easy to get one. by is taking this herd on a 6 month journey about 500 kilometers in search of pastures to keep them fed for long the people were walking with their cows across west and central africa for centuries historians say rituals that are practiced today are depicted in paintings which are a 1000 years old some things haven't changed much others have changed drastically. it's with automatic weapons that the militias of the time each
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other's communities they flooded into the region since libya's civil war began in 2011 that fueled the conflict between mali's government and armed groups linked to al qaida from the north. then 4 years ago lonnie preacher amadou formed an armed group in central mali and called for lonny men to arms this is his video. these fighters attacked mali's army to overthrow the government expel the french army and un peacekeepers and the stablish rule according to their own interpretation of islamic law that governments accused of arming militias to fight back many believe that led to the escalating your violence between the 2 communities army is not doing its job. in the center of the mali even 3 good. proxy war. for
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generations there have been minor disputes when the felony herders cows trampled on land that the farmers were cultivating but in the past didn't prompt massacres. in the summer somare remembers that well he was herding cows when french colonialists left mali in 1960. now he stays at home in the village along with her lawyer women and other older men. before people were very tolerant we would always find ways to resolve disputes with humanity and dignity than it today passing through a farm can turn into a much bigger problem. fire on hundreds of thousands of forlornly point like you have to keep crossing the subtle region with their cows while their communities caught up in a conflict it only seems to get worse malcolm webb al-jazeera corrie molly.
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is head of programs at the center for policy research the united nations university he says mali's current government wants to survive it must address tensions between communities. one of the most important things to recognize is that from 2013 to 2015 there was a relatively successful process there was in elections there was a peace agreement in the north the u.n. was largely deployed to oversee that peace agreement and is largely its resources are focused on that and in some of the urban areas now that the conflict is moved to the center one of the implications is that the u.n. may not be balanced in terms of where the real risks to civilians are and also may be focused on a political process where none of the parties in the central part of the country are actually involved in that peace process so i think the security council met last week and is going to adopt a mandate and part of the discussions that are going on is whether more focus should be on this conflict in the center and more resources might need to be moved to address that and i think the question now is should the political emphasis also
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shift and starting gauging some of these communities a bit more and meanwhile the center of the country has become the most dangerous part of the country but i think one of the challenges they face is none of the parties in the center appear ready to talk and the government doesn't seem willing to talk to joe hottest groups either like ciena and so i think one of the big questions for the current mali in government is whether it can survive with its current approach without actually politically engaging and without really addressing some of the underlying tensions between the communities let alone the extremist groups as well well in nigeria a gunman who killed 34 villages the internet company south city in the northwestern state of zamfara hundreds of people have died in the region this year. as more. in fact the conflict in some 1st stage started way back as far back as 2009 and it's been like this for
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a very very long time however the last 4 years of seeing a spike in the number of attacks 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 there are criminal gangs who have also come in and taken advantage of 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 in to them for a state and also 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 4034 major smaller camps in some forested alone so the problem of climate change is 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
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a result of movement of these cattle they sort of drive their cattle through farm lands 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 purposes and through that stage set the stage of conflict between the 2 sides and now the conflict has moved from the arab north depart into the central part of nigeria and into the southwest where we've seen in the last 2 years hundreds of people have been killed. the rebels say they've targeted a small airport with a drone for the 4th time since weapons day hasn't yet confirmed or denied the attack on airport close to the any border on saturday a military spokesman for the who sees one people to stay away from airports in and the united arab emirates. iran is expected to detail it further reduction of its commitments to the 2050 nuclear deal the president hassan rouhani has told
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a meeting of asian leaders and stop that he wants other signatories to the pact to protect iran from u.s. sanctions america pulled out of the deal last year well tensions between the u.s. and iran has risen ever since washington blamed tehran for explosions on 2 tankers in the gulf of oman last week but the u.s. democratic chair of the house intelligence committee is concerned the white house is sending mixed messages on iran certainly the president has said that he doesn't want war but nonetheless his people and i don't know what this is pump aoe or bolton or both seem to be taking 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 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
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that somehow through this pressure campaign we were going to force around a complete 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 candidates vying to become the next british prime minister have taken parts in a televised debate the discussion centered on how they would strike a deal to the figure rypien union however boris johnson the favorite take over as leader of the governing conservative party didn't show up in. thanks in the end it was a show without its leading with no sign of boris johnson the front runner in the u.k. leadership contest his absence at this televised debate collaring lee. leaving the rest of the candidates to stay why they should become the next conservative party leader and by default u.k. prime minister and with the opportunity to take
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a flight at an absent johnson where is boris if his team won't allow him out to debate with 5 pretty friendly colleagues how's he going to fare with $27.00 european countries with the conundrum that is brecht's it and what to do about it of course dominated the debate argued for bracks it right from the beginning i led the leave campaign i will deliver bracks it a responsible prime minister would prepare for a new deal and i think if we prepare properly which we haven't done the story is that it will actually bring on a deal and that's the best way to end this uncertainty to actually have that deal this leadership contest is an issue of trust and i'm the only one i believe who can be trusted to get us out by the end of october. in the 1st ballot of this contest boris johnson britain's paul more foreign minister secured a 114 votes from with parties m.p. his nearest rival receive just 3 johnson defended his refusal to take part in the debate by saying he was staying away because the public had had enough of party
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infighting tourism a got the top job back in 2016 when her final wife withdrew from the leadership race some called it a coronation contenders in this latest battle a determined that won't happen again saying the path won't be cleared for boris johnson to get the keys to downing street they are not going to get a different deal we all know that whoever does when will have to do what a reason may fail to do and deliver britain's exit from the e.u. rarely though in conservative leadership contest is the big. actually when if we were talking about a wide vote where the public were involved then maybe you know you would see people like you did when the room today i think he would have a bit more popular support i don't think he has that much support when it comes to party members who are very much kind of having a boris's come the perspective leaders will hope they'll have done enough to win
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more votes ahead of the next ballot on tuesday despite his absence here some still kill the leadership is boris johnson's to win or throw away and he would out just there and under. almost $800.00 undocumented migrants have been found packed into cargo trucks in mexico they've been taken to a migrant facility about half of them were children the drivers of the vehicles have been arrested the government's under pressure from washington to curb the number of people crossing over into the united states. people in big parts of india are experiencing their worst drought in decades is forcing many to leave their land and shelter in relief camps as they wait for monsoon rains before this india was already suffering a critical shortage of water my colleague elizabeth urana reports now from the hardest hit region of beads in maharashtra states in western india they walk in intense heat sometimes for kilometers in search of water getting down this path has
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been dangerous and all they found at the bottom of this well as a puddle of muddy water. we have no where in humans for water we keep getting it from whatever source is available. my daughter fell in belle when she went to fetch water a passer by rescued her when she heard her scream. collects 5 parts of water that's about 100 liters a day for herself and her 4 children the government sends water tankers but ashes says they come only every 4 or 5 days elsewhere and beat farmers have left their land and moved to nearby believe camps where the government provides fodder and water to keep their cattle alive through that i list members and i will decide that there is no water left in the area it used to rain by the 7th of june but there are still no signs of rains last year we had a drought situation this year is worse if it doesn't rain again this year we have to leave our village. now not cut them has already spent 4 months at this camp
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this is the worst drought in maharashtra in 47 years and that's as the country suffers its lowest rating for before a monsoon season and more than 6 decades and that lack of rain along with the rising demand for water mismanaged resources and climate change are being blamed for this drought. and vironment. has been warning about india's water crisis for decades the water famine we are facing is a result. of about 30 or 40 years of ill advised by financial institutions and that ill advice on the one hand mind the ground water diverted river waters destroy the soil moisture but also is the single biggest reason for climate change prime minister the morning has held a meeting on the water crisis and promised to pipe drinking water to every
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household by 2024 but for those who don't know how they'll survive if the monsoon rains come that is a very long way off elizabeth piron and beat maharashtra. ok let's get right up to date with one of the possible consequences of those big demonstrations that we saw in hong kong the student activist who became the face of the pro-democracy demonstrations in the former territory and 2014 has now been released from prison he's joshua wong he was sent back to jail last month that was after losing an appeal to quash a sentence for his involvement in the demonstrations there known as the umbrella movement of harsh of a 2 month jail term for blocking the clearance of a protest camp as a scene he would be eligible for early release as of monday from a 2 month sentence it's unclear whether this move is explicitly linked to the march or not we've been talking to various people in there seems to be
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a growing consensus that the authorities in beijing are a little bit embarrassed by horse going on so where the command was fed down from or the order was fired from to release him slightly earlier than churchill where that's come from it's impossible to know for sure insiders that we've been talking to just in the past half hour here on the news saying the. it's difficult to predict as well how much longer carry. by in her job having according to them misread the signals in the run up to these big demonstrations people who not only want this controversial extradition legislation suspended they wanted completely obliterated they want it removed from the statute books but you can see the live shots of joshua one who was the face of the 24 team protests as well. still to come for you here on the news hour as his wife is
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found guilty of misusing public money the israeli prime minister goes to the occupied golan heights to donald trump with a new settlement named after donald trump also had a plan for peace in libya but the country's internationally recognized prime minister rules out talks with the man behind an attack on tripoli. also ahead flying the flag indian supporters celebrating victory at the cricket world cup over pakistan. the weather 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 klan doesn't look too frightening
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to think of the scale of china's development is certainly coming out from the west and this dark agreed it goes up towards the yangtze valleys where we're going to see the heaviest of the rain i suspect is the rain on life 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 your eyes actually up towards shanghai and that could be where most of the heavy rain is if you drop says yes so be showers in the philippines some parts of vietnam and thailand that's where the bright work 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 silly way to 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 because we're watching for the monsoon trough to finally jump ahead 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.
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the weather sponsored by the time always. i'm counting the cost india has lost its crowds the bass is growing bigger khana me. so full after his landslide election victory no longer the world's garbage can china disrupted the multibillion dollar industry counting the costs on al-jazeera. new yorkers are very receptive. because it is such an international city they're very interested in that global perspective that al-jazeera provides after decades of being programmed with instructions hungry computers can only on their own identifying back and predicting human behavior. official intelligence could monitor ombudsman. and decide on. the big picture. of the world according to
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a i think exposes the bias inside the machine to. 0. let's go back to some live pictures coming to us here at the news out of hong kong the student activist who became the face of pro-democracy demonstrations on common times 14 has just in the past since we've been on a release joshua wall is his name he was then but last month let's listen in to what he's saying so i want. to go to functionality that may get high wider and more to the outside for sure though it's just as he went to mr wong
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the young mr wong went into. not speaking in english we were monitoring what he was saying what you're looking at now comes after he originally lost an appeal to quash a sentence for his involvement in the protests known as the movement there we are pictures of him leaving a little earlier this happening in the last 30 minutes comes as a group of protesters in hong kong have been gathering to spend another day on the streets many many fewer numbers out on the streets overnight into early morning there following very big demonstrations during the course of this day yesterday rather they're standing their ground after another mass protest against that controversial picks traditional bill they want people post law dropped and carry the chief executive to step down. in other news renewed fighting between
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ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo killing at least 160 nearly 40 villages were destroyed more than 800000 people are being forced to flee in the eastern province of a tour over the past week. a story mentioned just a little earlier a court ordering the wife of the israeli prime minister to pay $15000.00 after she was found guilty of misusing state money her husband benjamin netanyahu was not in court with her instead he inaugurated a new israeli settlements in the occupied golan heights it's called trump heights in owner of donald trump the u.s. president after he recognized israeli sovereignty over the territory contrary to international law harry force of 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
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a sign but for benjamin netanyahu an important symbol of. the golan was and it will 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 or there 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 if 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 that also said that the release of the political part of the plan might well be affected by israel's election panetta you know 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. taking public funding significant amounts throughout several years against the rules and 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 a netanyahu the stakes are high perry force at al-jazeera western. sudan's ousted leader omar al bashir has been taken to the public priest's 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 this comes as a diplomatic effort to build bridges between sudan's military and protesters
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continues to face obstacles. as more. this is sudan's most unpopular man mohammed have done that below is the commander of the rapid support forces 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 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
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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 it to himself along with the had of the military council of office rating the violence. on the streets the protesters remain defiant. i don't think you'll be dressed investigation if it's the military council investigating that i'm one of the victims no one came to ask me anything 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 mitra deposed longtime leader. hoping to be part of the new a political process but he was arrested and deported to neighboring south sudan
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after the crackdown on the sit in now he darts the. if he wants to hand over power to civilians it is sudanese people who with the revolutions in military. of the revolution he is not the one with that it would. have behind border who are civilian. government the us e.u. and the african union have sent voice to sudan to mediate they are concerned the impasse could lead to more violence and certainty. algeria's former prime minister and finance minister have appeared in court as part of an ongoing corruption investigation. and careen should die are among a number of senior officials who were detained after the resignation of the former president abdelaziz bouteflika in april should i was being conditionally released elections are planned for but protesters continue to call for the removal of put of
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because before any vote libya's un recognized prime minister is offering a road map for peace to end the 5 year long civil war however fires are says he will not negotiate with the warlord he for hafta who launched an offensive 2 months ago to take the capital tripoli and for them to believe that meeting have to for me personally is too late now we've met more than 6 times throughout the past years it seems at the end that he was only trying to gain time in the last meeting was in abu dabi we were trying based on that meeting to launch a forum on the 4th of april but what he had done on the 4th out of foolishness was a stab in the back which eradicated the political process i will not sit down with that person one more time because what he has done throughout the past years has proven that i have not found a partner in the political process mostly with her story. has more now from tripoli . it's the 2nd speech to be delivered by libya's recognized prime minister
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face but this is different from the 1st the speech in this speech. is announcing a new stage of the political settlement in libya and it seems that he's announcing a road map to include several categories of the libyan political landscape but not with the warlord that is indicating that the negotiations between the rival factions before april the 4th that's when have to his forces launched at the military offensive in tripoli is different from the negotiations after april 4th so now it seems that the meetings held was really. personalities from the east of libya during the past weeks the past few weeks in tunisia to choose people to be overturned it gives of the warlord who for
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have to take part in the political process is turkish and syrian government forces have exchanged fire in the province of what was quote a deliberate attack on its soldiers so he has long back certain rebel groups in syria where as the syrian government has been backed by the russians last year and moscow did agree to establish a deescalation zone in it but the deal faulted in recent months has. these rescue workers are calling on those inside to make themselves known the reply . help process for god's sake a boy is found under the rubble by the white house who later shared this image telling the world he survived. more than a dozen others were not so lucky killed in airstrikes rosted live on saturday syrian civil defense units say russian and syrian warplanes have been attacking
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them while they're trying to rescue civilians. hundreds have been killed in the province over the last 6 weeks in what's been designated a deescalation zone hours after russia announced its latest ceasefire in adelaide last week turkey announced syrian forces shelled one of its observation posts. injuring 3 soldiers turkey warned damascus that it would respond to any attacks and sent reinforcements into the country on sunday turkey said its forces were attacked again for a 2nd time in 3 days and it responded with heavy weapons with turkish troops apparently coming under attack by the syrian government that's backed by russia an area that was supposed to see a decrease in fighting is becoming increasingly unstable and chapelle al jazeera. in turkey the 2 contenders to become the mayor of istanbul have taken part in a t.v. debate a week before an election rerun the former prime minister banally yelled at him and
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the opposition candidate criminon mogul campaigning again after the election in march was declared void and a mogul had been declared the winner however the election council ordered a rerun off a complaint from the governing a k. party over irregularities and violations of election law. guatemalans of choosing a new president 19 people are competing to succeed jimmy morales if no candidate wins an outright majority it'll go to a runoff the issues of gang violence and poverty dominating the campaign. power is being restored across 3 south american countries after a massive blackout tens of millions of people across argentina uruguay and paragon i will left without electricity 100 teens power grid collapsed early on sunday citing cutting supplies the entire country but nightfall by nightfall in some areas they were still dark with emergency crews hoping to direct traffic trains water supplies and internet services were affected the government says the power failure
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was quote unprecedented. teresa pope has more now from when the. people in argentina woke up this sunday to a massive power that not only affected this country but also neighboring countries like worldwide parul why most public transport it was affected most stations around the city from 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 will cite us but also in other parts of the region that we're preparing to celebrate father's day for example and also for provinces who are holding local elections there's been reports that the main figure happened in the northeastern dar them at the border between part of y. and argentina. and interconnection there apparently is with costus 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
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a failure but that for years happen all the time and 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 modi so 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 this massive power cut is a surprise for the government still ahead here on al-jazeera. armley welling's in manchester where the biggest diamond cricket the royal india but pakistan.
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. change. a album by gary woodland is the new u.s. open champion the american. people beached push him out. he was 3 shots ahead of books. and chased him straight u.s. open title. nothing ignites passion in indian cricket fans like a victory over their fierce rivals pakistan these are the scenes as supporters celebrate a bit taking a big step towards securing a place in the world cup semifinals $89.00 run victory keeping intact an unbeaten
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record so far in the tournament in england for more on the indian win and the rest of the international sports news here's andy. thank you very much india were comfortable winners of the face rivals pakistan in their match at the cricket world cup the same time champions winning by $89.00 runs and taking a big step towards a place in the semifinals lee wellings was in manchester it's watch the action unfold i cricket's biggest guy india of the pakistan. 5 points occasion at 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 they put india into but i rohit sharma showed his class again i completed
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a fine century that that night the indian contingent i 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 right in just total 336. the 2 questions in pakistan's reply that they wish to target i'm beat the manchester right by last early to shankar but a century stand between fuck as a man and. reminded us to never quite right 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. we're in complete control of that mean so much to both teams. of course we have to be it's a broad moment for india i mean we had to in the word go but i'm sure we'll get there's a lot of maybe that's why the 0. 000
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july 14th back to live picked up one final time to 01. and there were expected to be strong in this tournament i'm remind on bateson with afghanistan their next opponents and a place in the semifinals beckoning for their great rivals pakistan a quick it's a miracle looks to be needed if they're going to progress in this wild card they welling's. manchester well the standings don't make pleasant viewing for pakistan fans with 5 games played the 2nd bottom in the table the teams all play each other once in the group stage with the top 4 progressing into the semifinals. asian cup champions cats are secured a dramatic draw in their 1st game at south america's biggest international football tournament so all guest entrance of the copper america in brazil got sold during $22.00 with paranoia at rio's merican all stadium court taking at suno lead in this
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game against the next world cup hosts. scored a record breaking knowing goals at this year's asian cup then pulled one back for cats. later from berlin when the game finished in a draw argentina and columbia are the other teams in this group our correspondent. was at the game. for the cup america tournament where them truly underway with wins now for brazil at colombia o'neill will draw between venice way there in peru and this game just finished between qatar paraguayan paraguay seem to be cruising to do a lot before guitar came back with 2 late goals one from the outside of the area the bundled into the net after 77 minutes their 1st time in this tournament invited along with japan to participate with the 10 nations from south america was ill the favorites as they often are playing on their home territory the current holders it surely the biggest winners of this tournament to europe why it's almost just
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begun but still plenty to play for the brazilians here in general supporting their kids our national team paraguayan skills who came here in some numbers very evenly balanced match and as i say still all to play for still several we more weeks of football to go away and here are the magic in our stadium in rio de janeiro football's governing body fee for has told the saudi arabian banks satellite broadcast that arab sent to stop illegally distributing consent from the katherine channel been sports fi for has said be out accuse an all surprise transmissions of the women's world cup a made available by way of arab satellite frequencies fief it is therefore seeking the cooperation of arabs in addressing the misuse of intellectual property chelsea have confirmed their manager mercenary sorry is leaving the club to take over at u. vance's sorry joins the italian champions after just one season in england he led
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chelsea to a 3rd place finish in the premier league and see the europa league title. boxer tyson fury is one step closer to regaining the world heavyweight title after convincing knockout win over some schwartz he was dressed to impress for this fight scene last fagan is free putting on an impressive display making quick work of the german winning with a 2nd round stoppage the british books are targeting a rematch with dion say wilder the w.b.c. title holder dion taylor wilder is coming this fight is going to happen as it was through your system heavy weight division and then there was 2 i already saw again and again and again i ain't gonna fight 50 percent types of year e anymore is gonna get a fully much fit back active but sharp dies a very and see tom foreman i want world champion find the alonso is celebrating victory at the amounts 24 hour race for the 2nd straight year he was part of the same that took the honors in the famous insurance events on sunday in france
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alonso's team winning by a margin of 17 seconds ok but it's a sport looking for now more later mick is here from 3 g. i will see you very soon. stories generate thousands of headlines with different angles from different perspectives. on just stand up with international is finally separate the spin from the facts the misinformation from the judge to let some protestors complain about the under reporting of police violence the sensational the demonstration with the listening post 0.
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their lives to help the decided in war torn afghanistan on al-jazeera. hong kong activist is freed from jail and immediately calls for the territories needed to resign. but i recall it was live from doha also coming up we travel to central mali to find out what's behind the ethnic violence that's killed more than 100 people in one village and then plus. i'm elizabeth purana and tried to reach in and was defected
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by the trial that's facing a little. flying the flag how indian supporters are celebrating victory at the cricket world cup over the famous right. side in a face of protest movement has been freed from jail a day off to 2000000 people rallied in the territory you can see the unpopular extradition law joshua walang was the student activists at the heart of the 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations he was sent back to jail last month after losing an appeal to cost a sentence for his involvement in the protests known as the umbrella movement and he echoed calls from protesters for the resignation of hong kong leader kerry last . fall we asked for is such urge carolan. executives should withdraw extradition. and what more we try to do
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is show. through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we will not keep silent under the suppression of president xi the ship executive caroline ellis producer klugman who joins us live from hong kong and sir it was about the timing of this what's caused this release the tape. while he was actually put in jail over it returns to us in such as full time he spent time in his prison he was released 6 weeks to 2 weeks earlier than these 2 month sentence sorry it was extraordinarily just extraordinary good timing for the pro-democracy movement to have been released you know one day off this mass rally of 2000000 people marched in hong kong he said he was still catching up with the new obviously the relationship about half an hour ago he thanked the people for coming out yesterday
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he also thanked the governments around the world we suppose that the part democracy groups and those opposed to this extradition treaty he said there are still 22 activists i was still in job he called for the release of as you mentioned earlier that the key for this on the sites that he had with the press was all about the resignation of fairyland said the suspension of this bill is not not expected to return at some time in the future but he wants this but will withdraw now for those who don't know just when he was the face of the of my movement back in 23 to the front cover of time magazine and he was such that the chief of the made up of the students the young part of secrets back in 2014 he's really says extraordinary timing for those people who read baathists die and a welcome he's going to write us with those emotions she livid at the extraordinary scenes that but what next for the protests. will the council meetings which might shed all the time which were supposed to be to the fight the 2nd pretty big sedition bill of course that's been cancelled tonight it's
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cancelled some on the mass vote has been a lot of reaction to the number of people who marched on the streets yes died. as you mentioned this distance of 2000000 people there are still some practices on the streets this morning on your hands to be a 100 but there was a very minimal number of police out there not being clear but of course those areas around. until about an arab as. there is another rally and no doubt just one would turn to the fire and join those protests from now on and of course in a couple of weeks we have won which is the anniversary of the british hand and no doubt we'll expect numbers once again to come back on the streets all right sir thanks very much there in hong kong. just mentioned a group of protesters are standing their ground to home calls most demonstrations against this controversial extradition bill please let me camp out overnight but say they now want to clear the streets organizers say up to 2000000 people took part in sunday's protests as we see here it was the latest in
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a series of demonstrations which have already forced the suspension of the proposed law but opponents want to drop completely in the territories leader to step down. when i mean the uniform and chairwoman of the democratic party in hong kong she says the government must make more concessions. the most immediate thing that the administration should do is to come out and announced a would withdraw the bill immediately then i think some of the protesters in that roti on hardcourt row some will withdraw and the thing is a little bit is no real organizer these people mobilize themselves so it's very difficult to talk to them but still the administration need to have some go between to talk to the opposition the protest is and someone that the administration trusts to do the work but now there is no such person no such thing and so i think kerry lemme give ministration is very stupid and her apology socor apology yesterday was
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just on paper she would not even appear on television to physically apologize to the public so many found that extremely wanting. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people over the past week nearly 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced from their homes in the eastern province of turkey has gained exclusive access to one of the villages that was attacked we're going to have it has this report. this is what's left of mark both village in bunia in the northeast of democratic republic of congo fighters attacked it overnight looting and burning several houses at least 40 villages and more than $100.00 houses were destroyed in violence between the lendu and hemet tribes and the militias this week members of the hanna community say then do assailants came to their homes armed with machetes
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members of the lendu tribe now occupy these villages community leaders say lend to rebels blocks roads as a way to control the area. be ready to live in peace without him and neighbors despite many youth in our community who have lost their minds and committed unfortunate actions we call on our youth to come back and live in peace with everyone and. the government is calling for calm. we are aware of the killings that have taken place against civilians in this area the only message for you as victims is that we must investigate and make sure those responsible will be punished un peacekeepers and congolese armed forces have deployed teams to assess the situation they've also strengthened their presence in the area by setting up 3 temporary military bases but the congolese army has been unable to control the rebel groups its soldiers and police have been attacked some killed while trying to stop the tribal fighting some rebels also targeted a u.n.
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helicopter. the situation here is tense they have a community accuses the government of not protecting them they've been protesting against the violence calling for more to be done to stop the killings. the current situation is a responsibility of the. national government it must deploy more troops on the ground to fight against the militias in order to stabilize the situation the violence has forced thousands of people to flee their homes seeking refuge elsewhere on friday and saturday alone more than 6000 displaced people arrived at this camp in bunia many living in difficult conditions with the bare minimum. i wonder if we have an authority or president in this country even after the elections and the new president people are still dying like animals. and the 2 camps set up here are already at full capacity. we've been complaining to the authorities and patna since the displaced people started arriving at this camp so
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we can organize how to assist them properly but nothing has happened now there are more people than the cup come hold and living conditions where people aren't. eatery is one of the largest provinces in democratic republic of congo it has large diamonds and gold reserves the fight for control of the area is fueling the violence and a longstanding dispute between the ham a cattle herders and lendu farmers tens of thousands of congolese have been killed in the cycle of reprisal attacks and camps like this are becoming a permanent home for many mohammed al jazeera. well in west africa the struggle for land and resources has led to deadly confrontations farmers and herders of 4 to nigeria and in mali dozens of people have died thousands more displaced we begin our coverage in mali where a week ago nearly 100 people were killed in a village it's part of an escalating conflict between farms and heard as auditors mark webb reports now from molly's could be called
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a region. making $200.00 cows walk in the same direction at the same time isn't easy. 012 year old buyer the i was a master of the art he belongs to the lonnie ethnic group many of whom are nomadic cattle herders. and hundreds of whom have been killed in growing into communal conflict here in central mali militia linked to forlornly herders and farmers are behind a series of attacks in each other's communities in the last 3 years. but for buyers the constant challenge of following rains and finding pastures infused with life. changing climate makes it even harder. this new home cost too weak to walk but they can't stop. their work as hard when you don't find enough food for them some of them die so it's not easy.
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no buyers taking this herd on a 6 month journey about 500 kilometers in search of pastures to keep them fed for long the people we've been walking with their cows across west and central africa for centuries historians say rituals that are practiced today are depicted in cave paintings which are a 1000 years old some things haven't changed much others have changed drastically. it's with automatic weapons that the militias of the time each other's communities they flooded into the region since libya's civil war began in 2011. that fueled the conflict between mali's government and armed groups linked to al-qaeda from the north. then 4 years ago creature. formed an armed group in central mali called arms this is his video these
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fighters attacked mali's army to overthrow the government expel the french army and the un peacekeepers and the stablish rule according to their own interpretation of islamic law. the government's accused of arming the militia to fight back many believe that led to the escalating acquire land between the 2 communities. is not doing its job. in the center of the mali even. a. proxy war fire on hundreds of thousands of people would like him have to keep crossing the south tel region with their cows while their communities caught up in a conflict it's only seems to get worse malcolm webb al-jazeera corrie molly. it nigeria gunmen have killed 34 villages the attack happened on saturday in the
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north west and started for hundreds of people have died in the region this year i'm going to address has the details. in front of the conflict in some for a stage 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 have seen a spike in the number of a type something number of casualty figures because of these frequent attacks between the cattle herders and of course the local farming community now the problem escalate. to such a level that that are criminal gangs who have also come in and taken advantage of advantage of the situation and this criminal gangs and 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 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 4034
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major smaller camps in some form of state alone so the problem of climate change is 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 so they move their cattle and as a result of movement of these cattle they sort of drive their cattle through farmland and if one is we spoke to say that these farm lands have been expanded into grazing areas and cattle routes or for cattle for migration papas and through that stage set the stage of conflict between the 2 sides and now the conflict has moved from the arab north depart into the central part of nigeria and into the southwest where we've seen in the last 2 years hundreds of people have been killed so the head here announced the date in court sudan's former leader appears in public for the 1st time since he was overthrown. how
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a power failure across several south american countries left millions in the dark. some states and had to be quite a bad day for indiana was many tornadoes touching the ground mostly i think small ones but it's that time of year again you see the whites be white chunky clouds all the way from texas ups are. well probably also saddles nebraska and towards harlem beyond that potential is going to be realized the next day and so other on monday or on tuesday that line will divert some pretty big shot there shasta north and to the west up into the higher ground but the pacific coast remains sunny but adrift in the northwards with the wind surfing about 20 in san francisco itself in a warm and central valley and the showers are returned or maybe have never left
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florida this general area of florida the bahamas down to cuba has been pretty sundry recently and that same potential exists dominican republic or haiti rather less so for lesser antilles although a massive cloud here and rain stretching out from venezuela may well catch the southern islands as for mexico guatemala etc the big shot of late are going to be reflected in daytime temperatures producing those big sunday heads and you'll see them on monday or on tuesday at the same time we have still got if you're a nice or rather wet forecast for you. brazil a bastion of economic development and a key player in a shifting global order a country that's become an increasingly and attractive destination for african migrant workers viewfinder in latin america follows an angolan migrating who turns
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to music once his brazilian dream encounters hardship and racism open arms and closed doors on al-jazeera. there was a reminder of our top stories this hour and a face of hong kong's protest movement is being freed from jail a day after the $2000000.00 people rallied in the territory against an unpopular traditional joshua wall that code calls from protesters for the resignation of hong kong leader. or a new fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed
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at least 160 people nearly 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 been forced to flee in the eastern province of eternity over the past. and vigils have been held in mali following a series of attacks that killed almost 100 international criminal court is investigating investigating allegations of crimes against humanity. people in large parts of india are experiencing their worst drought in decades it's forcing many to leave their lands and shelter in relief camps as they wait for monsoon rains before this there was already a critical water shortage in india and as a person i'm reports from the hardest hit region of bead and maharastra state in western india they walk in and tense heat sometimes for kilometers and search of water getting down this path has been dangerous and all they found at the bottom of this well as a puddle of muddy water. we have no where in humans for water we keep getting it
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from whatever source is available. my daughter fell in value when she went to fetch water a possible risk you would hope when he heard her scream. collects 5 parts of water that's about 100 liters a day for herself and her 4 children the government sends water tankers but says they come only every 4 or 5 days elsewhere and beat farmers have left their land and moved to nearby believe camps where the government provides fodder and water to keep their cattle alive through that i list members and there is no water left in the area it used to rain by the 7th of june but there are still signs of rains last year we had a drought situation this year is worse if it doesn't rain again this year we have to leave our village. now not cut him has already spent 4 months at this camp this is the worst drought in maharashtra in 47 years and that says the country suffers its lowest rainfall before
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a monsoon season and more than 6 decades and that lack of rain along with the rising demand for water mismanaged resources and climate change are being blamed for this drought. and viral mentalist than a shiver has been warning about india's water crisis for decades the water famine we are facing is a result. of about 30 years of ill advised by financial institutions and that ill advice on the one hand mind the groundwater diverted river waters destroy the soil moisture but also is the single biggest reason for climate change prime minister the more he has held a meeting on the water crisis and promised to pipe drinking water to every household by 2024 but for those who don't know how they'll survive if the monsoon rains don't come that is a very long way off elizabeth. the evans who 3 rebels say
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they've talking to saudi airport with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has not yet confirmed or denied the attack on the port close the m.e. border on saturday a military spokesman for the who sees warn people to stay away from airports in saudi arabia and in the united arab emirates. sudan's ousted 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 say he was also charged with illegal possession of foreign currency when all this comes as diplomatic effort to build bridges between sudan's military genter and protesters continues to face obstacles . as more this is sedans most popular man. is the commander of the rapid support forces they were made up of fighters from the
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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. earlier this month. also known as hammett t. 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 we're not going to arm 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 it to himself along with the
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head of the military council of 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 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 a political process but he was arrested and deported to neighboring south sudan after the crackdown on the sit in now he darts the military wants to hand over power to civilians it is sudanese people who made the revolutions in military council is a product of the revolution it is not the one weird that it would border is not 0
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you have behind border who are civilian. government the us e.u. and the african union have sent voice to sudan to mediate they are concerned the impasse could lead to more violence and certainty. algeria's former prime minister and finance minister have appeared in court as part of an ongoing corruption investigation. and karim judy among a number of senior officials who were detained following the resignation of former president of the ninety's beauty flicker in april judy has had been conditionally released elections are planned for algeria but protesters continue to call for the removal because allies before any. libya's u.n. recognized prime minister is offering a road map for peace to end the 5 year civil war that. says he will not negotiate with warlords before have to do the offensive 2 months ago to take the capital
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tripoli for the. i believe that meeting have to for me personally it's too late now we've met more than 6 times throughout the past years it seems at the end that he was only trying to gain time the last meeting was in abu dabi we were trying based on that meeting to launch a forum on the 4th of april but what he had done on the 4th out of food was a stab in the back which eradicated the political process i will not sit down with that person one more time because what he has done throughout the past years has proven that i have not found a partner in the political process power is being restored across 3 south american countries after a massive blackout tens of millions of people across argentina uruguay and were left without electricity argentina's power grid collapse early on sunday cutting supplies to the entire country by nightfall some areas in the capital still in the dark with emergency crews helping to direct traffic trains water supply lines and
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internet services were all affected the government says the power failure was unprecedented as well enough from bonus errors. people in argentina woke up this sunday to a massive power of god that not only affected this country but also me were in countries like worldwide parul 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 when a 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 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 that was. 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 happen all the time and the end never end up in this
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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 this massive power cut is a stock price for the government's gary woodland is the new u.s. open gold jump you can be american so you can put. 2 to for the number. 2 job the head of books hope to do is to see a 3rd straight year so you can talk to. well know the passions in indian cricket
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friends like victory over the fierce rivals pakistan. and these are the scenes of support a celebrated the team taking a big step toward securing a place in the world cup semifinals their $89.00 run victory keeping intact an unbeaten record so far in the tournament in england he welling's has more from manchester. i cricket's biggest guy in india the pakistan. vocus 5 points occasion i don't trust it in manchester only 25000 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 box i. rang it sharma showed his class again i completed
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a fine century that that night the indian contingent the. he was eventually out for $100.00 full say but can't seem to continue to push too many pies in total he scored $77.00 other side of a point the running in just total $336.00. 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 of barbarism reminded us to never quite right off pakistan. and so both foxman were dismissed in quick succession and the collapse of wickets in shamed faces been a problem in the world cup and when the rain arrived india were in complete control again that means so much to buy teams was that as of course we're happy it's a proud moment for india i mean we had to win the world cup but i'm sure we'll get there's a lot of maybe that's why the oh god. oh hello
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the july 14th back to lift the cup. one final time 201 i. n d a were expected to be strong in this tournament i'm going mine on base with afghanistan their next opponents 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 wildcard play welling's al-jazeera manchester. results are these all the top stories in the face of hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day off to 2000000 people rallied in the territory against an unpopular traditional joshua was echoed calls from protesters for the resignation of hong kong leader kerry. what we asked for is such an urge carolan evolution executives should withdraw extradition how many.
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more we try to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we would not keep silence under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive karoline so a clock has worn off from hong kong after nice you don't know just what it was that i said i think that i'm back in the front cover of time magazine and he was somebody that the chief of the made up of the students i think young by democracy greats back in 2014 he's releases extraordinary timing people who read much just about you know welcome he's with. a group of protesters who come to it overnight after sunday's mass demonstrations have moved to a park they blocked a road next to the city's legislature for several hours before dispersing. renewed
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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 have been forced to flee in the eastern province of interior over the past week 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 yemen's heathy rebels say they've targeted as saudi airports with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has not yet confirmed or denied the attack on airport close to the yemeni border power is being restored across 3 south american countries after a huge blackout tens of millions of people across argentina and paraguayan were left without electricity argentina's power grid collapse early on sunday cutting supplies to the entire country trains water supplies and internet services were all affected there's the headlines got more news here on al-jazeera right after you find latin america. talk to al jazeera. we ask
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of the city. and buses would always stop but it was. one of these a she. said you're probably a bad the small end up getting. the frozen. it was the name of the futuristic bullet train that 1st drew me to japan almost 2 decades ago trains are reflecting the 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. the latest news as it breaks local communities here importing are very frustrated because the lack of host
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foreign services with detailed coverage this hour with the bag-o. people who flocked to see this struggling to make ransom notes and just want a better life from around the world and obviously has been offered to those who rebel against the government often except those involved in human rights abuses a war crime. al-jazeera. and for your. big stories generate thousands of headlines with different angles just from
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different perspectives to lay out as on just a long standoff with international borders is finally over separate the spin from the facts the misinformation from the journalism protesters complain about the under reported of police violence the sensationalizing the demonstrations with the listening post on outages. kerry must stand. hong kong activists is freed from jail and immediately calls for the term interest leader to resign. and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up ethnic violence kills dozens and forces thousands from the homes in the democratic republic of congo. i'm
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elizabeth raanan and try the regional worst affected by the drought that's facing. and what a way to nail it gary woodland held off gold in the latest when i say. so than a face of hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day off to a mass rally in the territory against an unpopular extradition law joshua wall was the student activist at the heart of the 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations he was sent back to jail last month after losing an appeal to quash a sentence for his involvement in the protests known as the umbrella movement he says will be joining the latest protests soon. what we asked for is such an urge carolan evolution executive should withdraw extradition
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amendment. what we're trying to do is just prove civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we would not keep silence under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline what organizers say up to. 2000000 protesters rallied in hong kong on sunday in the latest demonstration against the extradition bill it would up people in the territory to be sent to mainland china for a trial was suspended on saturday but opponents want it dropped altogether and the territories need to carry land to step down. a group of protesters who come to have a night off to sunday's mass demonstrations have moved to a poet they broke to road next to the city's legislature have for several hours before dispersing joins us from that part right now and so sara they keeping up the pressure as it is indeed just when. they are
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as you mentioned justin when he was put in john for this this particular sentence for the 2 months but they released him after 6 weeks is released today is extraordinary timing for these part democracy groups and those opposed to this extradition treaty he said he is still catching up with the news and what happened he thanked all those people who did much yesterday he also thanked the governments around the world for supporting hong kong in their opposition against the new the amendments to the traditions he said there are 22 activists who are still in jail he was calling for their release but of course it is my main goal is mine message which we want to carry land to resign and you also want to do this particular bill to be withdrawn not just suspended enough for those who don't know just too long he was the face of the younger student a part of oxy movement back in $24.00 changing occupy protests and as you also mentioned he will be joining these protests from now on yeah and his joshua one is is released to the protests some protests there's still a guy that around you there well what's the next move. but yes
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right behind me we put a couple hundreds of protesters who where we are under the legs of counts ability to just stop the riots of people sheltered here but the power behind me as well by about 50 meters behind me either again there are protesters gathered there nothing for the protesters who were on the streets this morning they've cleared the streets most of the roads have been reopened of the next move is meant to be a nother rally to stuff at 2 pm local time that's a couple of hours from now that we know just a number of groups joining that particular protest but as for what's happening inside this building the government headquarters it's closed again today. the debate was meant to resume in the next to the council building which is hong kong's parliament that is being canceled today and tomorrow. and of course we've got a couple of weeks but the july 1 rally which every year people come out the streets tomorrow the hand of the british handed back to china and of course that probably will no doubt be another point to the ill symbolize and represents what these
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protests are all about and that would be opposition to the treaty and gone home or sara thanks very much sir clark reporting there let's hear now from a really low who's the former chairwoman of the democratic party in hong kong and she says the government must make more concessions if it wants to quell the protests the most immediate thing that the administration should do is to come out and announce stay would withdraw the bill immediately then i think some of the protesters in that roti on hardcourt row some will withdraw and the thing is though but this is no real organizer these people mobilize themselves so it's very difficult to talk to them but still the administration need to have some go between to talk to the opposition to protest this and someone that the administration trusts to do the work but now there is no such person no such thing and so i think gerry lemme give ministration is very stupid and her apology so-called policy
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yesterday was just on paper she would not even appear on television to physically apologize to the public so many found that extremely wanting. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people over the past week nearly 40 villages were destroyed a more than 100000 people have been forced from their homes in the eastern province of the tury. exclusive access to one of the villages that was attacked. this is what's left of mark both village in bunia in the north east of democratic republic of congo fighters attacked overnight looting and burning several houses at least 40 villages and more than $100.00 houses were destroyed in violence between the lendu and hemet tribes and the militias this week members of the hanna community say then do assailants came to their homes armed with machetes members of
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the lendu tribe now occupy these villages community leaders say lend to rebels blocks roads as a way to control the area. be ready to live in peace without him and neighbors despite many youth in our community who have lost their minds and committed unfortunate actions we call on our youth to come back and live in peace with everyone and. the government is calling for calm. we are aware of the killings that have taken place against civilians in this area the only message for you as victims is that we must investigate and make sure those responsible will be punished the un peacekeepers and congolese armed forces have deployed teams to assess the situation they've also strengthened their presence in the area by setting up 3 temporary military bases but the congolese army has been unable to control the rebel groups its soldiers and police have been attacked some killed while trying to stop the tribal fighting some rebels also targeted a u.n. helicopter. the situation here is tense they have the community accuses the
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government of not protecting them they've been protesting against the violence calling for more to be done to stop the killings. the current situation is a responsibility of the national government it must deploy more troops on the ground to fight against the militias in order to stabilize the situation. the violence has forced thousands of people to flee their homes seeking refuge elsewhere on friday and saturday alone more than 6000 displaced people arrived at this camp in bunia many living in difficult conditions with the bare minimum. i wonder if we have an authority or president in this country even after the elections and the new president people are still dying like animals. and the 2 camps set up here are already at full capacity so. we've been complaining to the authorities and partnership of the displaced people started arriving at this camp so we can organize how to assist them properly but nothing has happened now there
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are more people than the cup come hold and living conditions where people aren't. eatery is one of the largest provinces in democratic republic of congo it has large diamonds and gold reserves the fight for control of the area is fueling the violence and a longstanding dispute between the hemet cattle herders and lendu farmers tens of thousands of congolese have been killed in the cycle of reprisal attacks and camps like this are becoming a permanent home for many mohammed al jazeera. people in large parts of india are experiencing their worst drought in decades is forcing many to leave their lands and shelter and relief comes as they wait for the monsoon rains before this was already a critical water shortage in india elizabeth reports from the hardest hit region of butte in maharashtra state in western india. they walk an intense heat sometimes for kilometers in search of water getting down this path has been dangerous and all
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they found at the bottom of this well as a puddle of muddy water. we have no where in humans for water we keep getting it from whatever source is available. my daughter fell in when when she went to fetch water a possible i rescued hole when he heard her scream. collects 5 parts of water that's about 100 liters a day for herself and her 4 children the government sends water tankers but ashes says they come only every 4 or 5 days elsewhere and beat farmers have left their land and moved to nearby belief camps where the government provides fodder and water to keep their cattle alive through that i list members and decide that there is no water left in the area it used to rain by the 7th of june but there are still signs of rains last year we had a drought situation this year is worse if it doesn't rain again this year we have to leave our village. now not cut them has already spent 4 months at this camp
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this is the worst drought in maharashtra in 47 years and that's as the country suffers its lowest rainfall before a monsoon season and more than 6 decades and that lack of rain along with the rising demand for water mismanaged resources and climate change are being blamed for this drought and vajra mentalist than a shiver has been warning about india's water crisis for decades the water famine we're facing is a result. of about 30 years of ill advised by financial institutions and that ill advice on the one hand mind the ground water diverted river waters destroy the soil moisture but also is the single biggest reason for climate change prime minister the morning has held a meeting on the water crisis and promised to pipe drinking water to every
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household by 2024 but for those who don't know how they'll survive if the monsoon rains don't come that is a very long way off elizabeth. well still ahead here on al-jazeera we traveled to central mali to find out what's behind the ethnic violence that's killed more than 100 people in one village alone. and as his wife is found guilty of misusing public funds israel's prime minister goes to the occupied golan heights to one of donald trump with a new settlement. the weather sponsored by cattle and. hello there are still like to be some pretty big showers around the southern caucus this georgia east and turkey you can see on the satellite picture that we want to in the forecast but that's not really the thing
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the moment is just hot dry weather of course from iran westwards such 6 and to run 10 more down the plains of iraq and overseas cooler near the coast of the eastern mediterranean but the wind is picking up to some degree and i think it will cool things down in baghdad still about 40 of course we see near 50 in bandra and new kuwait and that hot dry dusty weather is going to be blown down i think through the gulf for that northerly breeze not necessarily not the temperatures back though cause forecast to go out to $47.00 again now there is cloud around that's been spilled out of the still tropical cyclone in the northern arabian sea but it's no more than a cloud as far as i can tell so it's not going to be particular human it won't produce thunderstorms there's no real change the temperature of the temperature forecast for the next couple of days so hot dry and occasionally dusty wind hardly a surprise forecast made all of southern african areas that dry time of the year frost it not if you run lucky cape town looks cloudy in fact the whole western cape
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does on monday rather better on tuesday. the weather sponsored by qatar airways. big stories generate thousands of headlines with different angles from different perspectives. on just a long standoff with international is finally separate the spin from the facts the misinformation from the journalism protesters complain about the under reporting of police violence the sensationalizing of the demonstrations with the listening post on al-jazeera.
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and again you're watching our desire a reminder the top stories this hour and a face of hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day after 2000000 people rallied in the territory against an unpopular extradition law joshua wall says he'll be joining the latest protest soon. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people nearly 40 villages were destroyed more than 100000 people have been forced to flee in the eastern province of material over the past week. people in large parts of india are for experience you know worst drought in decades it's forcing many to leave their lands and shelter in relief camps as they wait for more rain. to west africa where the struggle for land the resources has led to deadly confrontations farmers and herders of 40 in nigeria and in mali dozens of people have died thousands more displaced we begin our coverage in mali where we go
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nearly 100 people were killed in a village all part of an escalating conflict between farmers and herders. reports now from ali's coral region. making $200.00 cows walk in the same direction at the same time isn't easy. 12 year old piety i was a master of the art he belongs to the lonnie ethnic group many of whom are nomadic cattle herders and hundreds of whom have been killed in growing into communal conflict here in central mali militia linked to the lani heard as and farmers are behind a series of attacks in each other's communities in the last 3 years. but for by the constant challenge of following rains and finding pastures confused with life changing climate makes it even harder. this new home cost too weak to walk that
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they can't stop. their work is hard when you don't find enough food for them that some of them die so it's not easy to get on. no bias taking this herd on a 6 month journey about 500 kilometers in search of pastures to keep them fed. people have been walking with their cows across western central africa for centuries historians say rituals that are practiced today are depicted in cave paintings which are a 1000 years old some things haven't changed much others have changed drastically. it's with automatic weapons that the militias have a time each other's communities they flooded into the region since libya's civil war began in 2011 that fueled the conflict between mali's government and armed groups linked to al-qaeda from the north. then 4 years ago
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preacher amadou koussa formed an armed group in central mali called lonnie mentor arms this is his video these fighters attacked mali's army to overthrow the government expel the french army and the un peacekeepers and the stablish rule according to their own interpretation of islamic law. the government's accused of arming militia to fight back many believe that led to the escalating your violence between the 2 communities army is not doing its job. in the center of the mahdi even. a proxy war fire on hundreds of thousands of forlornly point like you have to keep crossing the south tel region with their cows while their communities caught up in a conflict it's only seems to get worse malcolm webb al-jazeera corrie molly.
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in nigeria gunmen have killed 34 villages happened on saturday in the north west instead of zone far hundreds of people have died in the region this year i would address as 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 attacks 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 our criminal gangs who have also come in and taken advantage 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 in to them for a state and also being part and parcel of this problem an official told al jazeera
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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 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 if one is we spoke to say that these farm lines have been expanded into grazing areas and cattle groups or who for cattle for migration papas and all that stage 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. sudan's
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ousted leader omar 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 this comes as a diplomatic effort to build bridges between sudan's military genter and protestors continues to face obstacles and as more. this is sudan's most unpopular man. 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. earlier this month. also known as hammett faces growing calls to resign and face justice. but the man seems determined to
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stay in power has been holding rallies like this one in the capital over the last few days where one of them 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 it to 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 dressed investigation if it's the military council investigating i'm one of the victims no one came to ask me anything criminals must not be the same p. people investigating the attack many sudanese say
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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 mystery deposed longtime leader. hoping to be part of the new political process but he was arrested and deported to neighboring south sudan after the crackdown on the sit in now hit darts the military wants to hand over power to civilians it is sudanese people who made it with the military council is a product of the revolution and he's not the one who made that it would be china's border is not there is here as you have behind border to a civilian at democratic government the u.s. e.u. and the african union have sent on voice to sudan to mediate they are concerned the impasse could lead to more violence and uncertainty about. yemen's heathy rebels say they've targeted a saudi airport with
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a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has not yet confirmed or denied the attack on a port close of yemeni border on saturday a military spokesman for the who want people to stay away from airports in saudi arabia and the united arab emirates a court has ordered the wife of israel's prime minister to pay $15000.00 after she was found guilty of misusing state funds but benjamin netanyahu wasn't in court with her instead he chose to in or greater new israeli settlements in the occupied golan heights it's been named trump heights in honor of the u.s. president not to be recognized israeli sovereignty over the territory contrary to international law enforcer 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
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a sign but for benjamin netanyahu an important symbol of. the golan was and it will always be an integral part of our country the golan is an 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 or there 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 if 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 that also said that the release of the political part of the plan might well be affected by israel's election for 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 has learned taking public funding significant amounts throughout several years against the rules and struction is a criminal offense that carries conviction and concrete financial punishment but it's benjamin netanyahu own pending cases would present by far the bigger threat to his position electioneering is under way and as of a netanyahu the stakes are high perry force it out 0 western. gary woodland is the new u.s. open golf champion american time not in means apart at the 18th at pebble beach to push him out. on the how about that he was 3 shots ahead of the. tracy thank you. well nothing ignites passion in indian cricket fans like victory over their
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fierce rivals pakistan these are the same to supporters celebrated the team taking a big step toward securing a place in the world cup semifinals 809 run victory keep intact and on the record so far in the tournament in england the wellings has the action from manchester. i cricket's biggest guy india the pakistan. has 5 points occasion i don't trust it in manchester only 25000 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 showed his class again i completed a fine century that that night the indian contingent i was eventually out for
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$100.00 full say but can't seem fair at kali continued the push to an imposing title he scored $77.00 other side of a point to running in just total $336.00. 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 of barbarism reminded us to never quite watch off pakistan. and so both foxman were dismissed in quick succession and the collapse of wickets in shamed this has been a problem in the world cup and when the rain of arrived india were in complete control the kind that mean so much to buy 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 there's a lot of maybe that's why the oh god i didn't have the oh oh july 14th yeah back to live pick up one final time 201 and india was
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capture and here were expected to be strong in this tournament i mean mine on base and with afghanistan the next opponents and a place in the semifinals beckoning with a great rivals pakistan a coup. it's a miracle looks to be needed if they're going to progress in this wild card. al-jazeera. so this is out 0 these are the top stories and face of hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day after $2000000.00 people rallied in the territory against its own population additional joshua wall echoed calls from protesters for the resignation of hong kong need to carry. what we asked for is such earth can rely on each shoulder chief executive should withdraw extradition. and the
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more we try to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we would not keep silence under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline was our clock has more now from hong kong. you don't know just what it was that i said i think it's maybe the front cover of time magazine that he was somebody that the chief of the made up of the students young by democracy gets back in 24 and he's releases extraordinary timing. and i welcome. a group of protesters who come tired overnight after sunday's mass demonstration have now moved to a park a block to road next to the city's legislature for several hours before dispersing were new to find scene between ethnic groups in the democrats or republicans congo has killed at least 160 people nearly 40 villages were destroyed and more than
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100000 have been forced to flee in the eastern province of a teary over the past week but jools 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. people in large parts of india are experiencing their worst drought in decades it's forcing many to leave their lands and shelter in relief camps as they wait for monsoon rains. yemen's rebels say they've targeted with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has not yet confirmed or denied the attack on port close to the border israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu inaugurated a new israeli settlement in the occupied golan heights it's been named trump heights to the u.s. president to recognize israeli sovereignty over the territories. headlines got more news here on our right after the listening post by from.
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the red cross has provided a lifeline for afghanistan's physically disabled. through remarkable people risking their lives to help the disabled to an afghanistan on al-jazeera. that's the. first time. ever i'm. like i. can take such a house like that in order. for a story. hello i'm richard desert and you're at the listening post here are some of the media stories that we're covering this week now you read him now you don't iran dissin from ation and the curious case of. hong kong and why journalists are among those who fear a proposed new law that could land them in a chinese prison the you tube chronicling and powering the protests in algeria plus
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the me too movement and the voices that have gone on her we begin with iran and 2 stories over the past 10 days that show that when it comes to the coverage of the islamic republic all is not as it seems 1st the online opinion writer who was it. was one cited by the white house as a credible commentator on iran but he'd have far more credibility if he actually existed it turns out he's a fictional persona reportedly created by the ne k. mujahideen. a shadowy group opposed to the iranian government and supported by washington then there's the iran dissin from nation project funded entirely by the american taxpayer a stand simply to counter iranian propaganda it trolls and sometimes smears iranian american commentators and journalists online the government in tehran is no innocent player in all this it also tries to engineer what gets said and read
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online as the trumpet ministration continues with its hawkish talk on iran dissecting this debate and figuring out who's driving it is proving more complicated by the day our starting point this week is washington d.c. . a self described human rights and political activist with 30000 followers on twitter a critic of the iranian government advocating regime change and a remarkably prolific writer widely published his columns appeared on the websites of the american business magazine forbes as well as the hill the federalist and the daily caller on the saudi owned. on the voice of america's persian website until the american news outlet the intercept published this story saying that hash marks did not even exist that he was
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a creation of the m e k an iranian opposition group schooled in the black arts of propaganda and that all the news outlets that had published all of it in forbes this case 61 times had been gained. what was shocking was that force magazine daily caller federalists the hill published a person who did not exist were talking about someone who they thought existed but never bother to verify in any way shape or form and i don't think you would ever see that happening on any other issue i think this is an iran specific thing in which the standards and the bar in the us media particularly on the right is essentially non existant and his content wasn't a very subtle if you go back and see the record label as. you can see where he's coming from but the fact that nobody realized just shows
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a lot of responsibility on the part of the media and he really utilized that and yet a track record of published articles that then made his ideas on twitter believe that he's a real person and he's a credible and published author for failed on so many levels if one journalist could discover. that. a fake fictitious character an entire organization as well funded as forbes could have challenged him at several times and the misinformation that it was propagating online and never never responded so naturally i you know at your unit that to. join a list with gigantic ego or someone who is very busy but now we know.
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that those media outlets the end ek should have been well known to all of them the us considered it a terror organization until 2012 and since that classification was dropped the m e k has cozied up to american officials who share its hawkish views on iraq one of them president trumps national security advisor john bolton spoke at the group's annual conference in 2017 there is a viable opposition to the rule of the. opposition is centered in this room today. enrique runs a sizeable troll farm in albania where it's all part of target online voices who expressed support for the iranian government the iran dissin from ation project does a lot of that too only it's based in washington and is paid for by american taxpayers its brief is to counter dissent from ation from iran but the project has gone much further than that among the people it trolls iranian american journalists and in
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geo workers like. of human rights watch she landed in iran disinfo crosshairs after sending this tweet seeking information from iranians on how economic sanctions are affecting the availability of medicine there. was a purely research base to. and it was in persian it was intended to towards the iranian audience to help me find some evidence that i could use for my research they retreated my tweet and said something along the line of this by the fact that hundreds of protesters have been killed since 2018 human rights what the researcher is working hard to prove iran's right any moderate or nuanced view or reporting of iran has been triggering their it i had been called a mouthpiece
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a lobbyist for the regime other people had been called apologists or lobby just for simply voicing their criticism against president trump's policies or a nuanced view of what is going on inside iran that was seen as hardline enough by the iran disinfo group here you have an entity that was supposed to fight iranian propaganda online instead it was actually spending almost all of its time attacking critics of the trumpet instructions iran policy to make it worse the fund that came from the state department was actually designed to fight isis propaganda and russian interference in the united states instead the trumpet ministration diverted that money to fight critics of trump's iran policy. including jason rezaian a washington post writer iran disinfo went after him which was ironic because just
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3 years ago the same state department that funds the project was lobbying to free resume on from prison in iran the authorities there are notorious for their treatment of journalists this past week they revoked the credentials of the new york times as bureau chief there without explanation tehran also invests in its own . online dissent from asian campaigns setting up fake news websites generating spurious articles and creating online personas that was what iran disinfo was created to fight against before it turned to trolling critics and lobbying for regime change and it's just one of the many players in washington lobbying on one side of this story or the other some iranians accuse the d.c. based national iranian american council. of in fact being the unofficial lobbying arm of the iranian reformist movement. in the m e k pushes
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their own political agenda by creating fictitious characters such as the. brands of people who do not agree but as of war mongers iran descend for engages in similar tactics so what i'm trying to say is everybody is engaging in those tactics iran has multiple diverse voices and for certain groups with more financial resources to be able to monopolize this space is doing them the service certain positions are much more marginal and certain viewpoints are much more mainstream and the viewpoints that has represented you know holding iran responsible for its human rights violation but at the same time engaging in dialogue rather than and war is vastly supported by the iranian american community if there are any campaigns by anyone to manipulate the debate
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manipulate social media then obviously that should be shut. iran disinfo has avoided being shut down so far but it has taken a big hit over its rude behavior to the filing does remain suspended. and there with good there's a review process that's ongoing right now. together iran disinform nation project and the m.e. case hash mat deception provide lessons for anyone news outlets included dealing with the iran story with hawks in the trump white house flexing american muscle and placing maximum pressure on iran iran has been a very dangerous player very bad player there a nation of terror and we will put up with it the times call for extreme caution in separating fact from fiction legitimate voices from paid trolls and credible commentators from virtual ones. or analysts reporters
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policymakers anyone who is trying to make sense of iran these days if their only point of reference is what's happening on social media they should think twice before publishing it as this is how iranians feel about this things one thing that these 2 seemingly unrelated stories that have come out at the same time prove is that this space is highly manipulative and it's far from reflection of iranian public opinion. we're discussing other media stories that are on our radar this week with one of our producers johannes joe hundreds of thousands of protesters on the streets of hong kong this week demanding that the government scrap this proposed new extradition law journalists were among those protesters why is that well primarily because of fears among press freedom forgets that this new bill which would allow
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the extradition of alleged criminals from the semi autonomy city of hong kong to mainland china will be used by beijing as a way to target political enemies and critics including journalists and their sources once in china they say those extradited would be at the mercy of an opaque justice system and at risk of serious human rights abuses according to reporters without borders china currently holds at least $111.00 journalist under law. threatening conditions in an open letter sent to carry law who is hong kong's head of government 23 human rights organizations including the committee to protect journalist and penn hong kong urged the government to scrap the law and what are both news outlets on the chinese mainland how have they been covering this story well they've either completely ignored the protests china's state broadcaster for example that not mentioned them at all or they are parroting the communist party's line on this in some cases blaming the unrest on foreign interference and collusion with the west the chinese edition of the global times was one example of that
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saying quote some international forces have significantly strengthened their interaction with the hong kong opposition in recent months the english language paper china daily also played down the story it said that more than $800000.00 people had backed the new law in an online petition in but titian countering a protest by about 240000 people which clearly is a very conservative estimate of the numbers out on the street online searches for news on the demonstrations on china's twitter like way bow or the messaging at you'll get no results at all nothing and well no such answer ship currently exists in hong kong activists are warning that those liberties are slowly being eroded as beijing moves to tighten its grip on the city ok thanks josh. for 4 months now algerians have been hitting the streets demanding political change while they've succeeded in toppling the country's long time president abdullah as he's beautifully they are done they're demanding a comprehensive dismantling of the ruling elite there rallying cry they must all go
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many algerians are far too politically aware to trust the state owned news media which initially under played the protest story and continues to spin it long before the demonstrations began a generation of youtube people like garage. and nest tina emerged as unofficial spokespeople for algerian youth and as yon is a musician now living in exile in prague and tina is a comedian still posting material from his home in the algerian capital both get clicks in the multimillions we spoke with the 2 of them about the grievances they articulate the political and social changes they advocate in the videos that they've produced that are now part of the soundtrack of the algerian revolution.
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a play on words on balance tone paul the french incarnation of me to the song features women of all ages and varied backgrounds and their stories of sexual harassment and gender discrimination however one group is notable in its absence muslim women and that did not go unnoticed by 3 belgian you tube the mowlam sisters who tweaked on jells lyrics to make the song their own highlighting the islamophobia and the harassment faced by women purely because of their religious dress not the kind of discrimination that often makes the headlines we'll leave you now with some of that video and we'll see you next time here at the listening post . some of wendy. get sick again if you get yet. to me.
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debate but why wasn't a front runner. what a way to name it gary woodland held off gold. to win. a face of hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day off to a mass rally in the territory against an unpopular extradition law joshua walang was the student activist at the heart of the 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations he was sent back to jail last month after losing appeal to quash a sentence for his involvement in the protests notice the umbrella movement he says he'll be joining the latest protest so. we ask for is such an urge carolan. executive should withdraw extradition. what we shy to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the
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whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we will not keep silent under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline what organizers say up to 2000000 protesters rallied in hong kong on sunday in the latest demonstration against the extradition bill would allow people in the territory to be sent to mainland china for trial the proposed law was suspended on saturday but opponents want to dropped altogether in the territories leading kerry to step down. group of protesters who come tired overnight after sunday's mass demonstration of gathered closer to government headquarters they blocked a road next to the city's legislative for several hours before moving. well circuit because there joins us now is there are they keeping the pressure up because the joshua woman is running. i said you know keeping the pressure up and as you
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mentioned joshua has called on these protests to to to remind strong and committed to the cause in his press conference outside the he said he doesn't just want the suspension of the spill he wants this deal with going on to get that he will join these are protesters like where we are now with the government headquarters and this is where the protesters have now starting to rally just one is also i thanked governments around the world for their support in the home comes opposition to this extradition treaty but he's also called on the other $22.00 activists who've been giles in hong kong it's called on their release now and as you mentioned before just long he was the face of the occupy hong kong movements $24.00 tane where hong kong was probably lived for about 2 and a half months and it was a for democracy 5 tests now he's become the face of this particular protest what he will from now on he's been in jail 4 times reports today was misplaced and it's also it's extraordinary timing his release and i've seen him make this particular
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movement strong right and this was a protest in the can so what's next for them. well 6 as you can see as i mention is a couple of 100 people behind me now that is that the people who organize yesterday's protest there cool for another rally to soften it to be no means is because yes there where as you mentioned 2000000 people on the streets that that must be a record at least since the 9097 handover that these protesters have said again and again i want a withdrawal of this particular bill i don't want to just suspended that's what's happening inside government headquarters is nothing happening it's been closed for 2 days we had our last apology yesterday of course you know it's the suspension to belong sas that's the device on this particular bill it's been adjourned the council meetings a shop to die and tomorrow they carry lambs but no deadline when the resumption of that bite will start again or sir thanks very much sir claude reporting there from hong kong. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of
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congo has killed at least 160 people in the past week nearly 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100 thousands have been forced from their homes in the eastern province of it turi has gained exclusive access to one of the villages that was attacked them hamad this report. this is what's left of mark both village in bunia in the northeast of democratic republic of congo fighters attacked overnight looting and burning several houses at least 40 villages and more than $100.00 houses were destroyed in violence between the lendu and hemet tribes and the militias this week members of the hanna community say then do assailants came to their homes armed with machetes members of the lendu tribe and now occupy these villages community leaders say lendu rebels blocks roads as a way to control the area. be ready to live in peace without him and neighbors despite many youth in our community who have lost their minds and committed
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unfortunate actions we call on our youth to come back and live in peace with everyone or. the government is calling for calm. we are aware of the killings that have taken place against civilians in this area the only message for you as victims is that we must investigate and make sure those responsible will be punished un peacekeepers and congolese armed forces have deployed teams to assess the situation they've also strengthened their presence in the area by setting up 3 temporary military bases but the congolese army has been unable to control the rebel groups its soldiers and police have been attacked some killed while trying to stop the tribal fighting some rebels also targeted a u.n. helicopter. that situation here is tense they have a community accuses the government of not protecting them they've been protesting against the violence calling for more to be done to stop the killings. the current situation is a responsibility of the national government it must deploy more troops on the
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ground to fight against the militias in order to stabilize the situation the violence has forced thousands of people to feed their homes seeking refuge elsewhere on friday and saturday alone more than 6000 displaced people arrived at this camp in bunia many living in difficult conditions with the bed. i wonder if we have an authority or president in this country even after the elections and the new president people are still dying like animals. and the 2 camps set up here already at full capacity. we've been complaining to the authorities and partnerships of the displaced people started arriving at this camp so we can organize how to assist them properly but nothing has happened now there are more people than the cup come hold and living conditions where people aren't. eatery is one of the largest provinces in democratic republic of congo it has large
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diamonds and gold reserves the fight for control of the area is fueling the violence and a longstanding dispute between the hemet cattle herders and lendu farmers tens of thousands of congolese have been killed in the cycle of reprisal attacks and camps like this are becoming a permanent home for many mohammed al jazeera and west africa the struggle for the resources is led to deadly confrontations farmers and herders of 4 to nigeria and in mali dozens of people have died thousands more displaced we begin our coverage in mali where we go nearly 100 people were killed in a village as part of an escalating conflict between farmers and herders are deserves marc webb reports now from ali's corner region. making $200.00 cows walk in the same direction at the same time isn't easy. 012 year old buyer the i was a master of the art he belongs to the lonnie ethnic group many of whom were nomadic cattle herders. and hundreds of whom have been killed in growing into communal
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conflict here in central mali. militia linked to for lonnie herders and farmers are behind a series of attacks in each other's communities in the last 3 years. the constant challenge of following rains and finding pastures infused with life. changing climate makes it even harder. this new home cost too weak to walk but they can't stop. their work as hard when you don't find enough food for them some of them die so it's not easy on. your buyers taking this herd on a 6 month journey about 500 kilometers in search of pastures to keep them fed for long the people we've been walking with their cows across west in central africa for centuries historians say rituals that are practiced today are
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depicted in cave paintings which are a 1000 years old some things haven't changed much others have changed drastically. it's with automatic weapons that the militias of the time each other's communities they flooded into the region since libya's civil war began in 2011. that fueled the conflict between mali's government and armed groups linked to al-qaeda from the north. then 4 years ago preacher amadou koussa formed an armed group in central mali you called me a mentor arms this is his video these fighters attacked mali's army to overthrow the government expel the french army and the un peacekeepers and the stablish rule according to their own interpretation of islamic law. the government's accused of
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arming gone militia to fight back many believe that led to the escalating your violence between the 2 communities army is not doing its job. in the center of the mahdi even. a. proxy war fire on hundreds of thousands of forlornly boys like you have to keep crossing the south tel region with their cows while their communities caught up in a conflict it's only seems to get worse malcolm web al-jazeera click or mali. in nigeria gunmen have killed 34 villages the attack happened on saturday in the north west instead of zamfara hundreds of people have died in the region this year has the details. in fact the conflict in some 1st stage 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
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a spike in the number of attacks 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 taken advantage of the vantage of the situation and this criminal gangs and 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 sort of state alone so the problem of climate change is 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
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a result of movement of these cattle they sort of drive their cattle through farmlands news we spoke to say that these farm lines have been expanded into grazing areas and cattle groups or who for cattle for migration papas and through that stage 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 ahead here on out. on a limb a prominent and try the regional worst affected by the drought that's facing off. and flying the flag how indian supporters are celebrating victory in the cricket world cup over the its rival.
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hello there are still like to be some pretty big showers around the southern kolker says georgia east and turkey you can see on the satellite picture and then we want to in the forecast but that's not really the thing the moment is just hot dry weather of course from iran westwards such 6 and to run 10 more down the plains of iraq and overseas cooler near the coast of the eastern mediterranean but the wind is picking up to some degree and i think the other cool things down in baghdad still about 40 of course we see near 50. kuwait and that hot dry dusty weather is going to be blowing down i think through the gulf for that northerly breeze not necessarily not the temperatures back though cause for cross to go up to 47 again now there is cloud around and that's been spilled out of the still tropical cyclone in the northern arabian sea but it's no more than a cloud as far as i can tell so it's not going to be particular human it won't produce thunderstorms there's no real change the temperature of the temperature
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forecast for the next couple of days so hot dry and occasionally dusty wind hardly a surprise forecast made all of southern african areas that dry time of the year frost it not if you run lucky cape town looks cloudy in fact the whole western cape does on monday rather better on tuesday. it was to move to futuristic bullet train that 1st drew me to japan almost 2 decades ago trains with that seat kind of thing stuck covering around that japan is aging the birth rate is falling and the lines and losing money having experienced both the rule railway and try speed i think the one will not be neglected to the other off the rails a journey through japan on al-jazeera. you're
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watching al-jazeera reminder the top stories this hour and a face of hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day off $2000000.00 people rallied in the territory against known population additional joshua wall who says he'll be joining the latest protest soon. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people daily 40 villages were destroyed more than 100000 people have been forced to flee the eastern province of material in the past week. and 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. people in large parts of
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india are experiencing their worst drought in decades it's forcing many to leave their lands and shelter in relief comes as they wait for monsoon rains before this there was already a critical water shortage in india elizabeth pronoun reports from the hardest hit region of b. in maharashtra state in western india they walk in the intense heat sometimes for kilometers in search of water getting down this path has been dangerous and older found at the bottom of this well as a puddle of muddy water. we have no where in humans for water we keep getting it from whatever source is available. my daughter fell in vail when she went to fetch water a possible i rescued her when she heard her scream. asher collects 5 parts of water that's about 100 liters a day for herself and her 4 children the government sends water tankers but ashes
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says they come only every 4 or 5 days elsewhere and be farmers have left their land and moved to nearby believe camps where the government provides fodder and water to keep their cattle alive through that i list members and decide that there is no water left in the area it used to rain by the 7th of june but there are still signs of rains last year we had a drought situation this year is worse if it doesn't rain again this year we have to leave our village. now not cut them has already spent 4 months at this camp this is the worst drought in maharashtra in 47 years and that's as the country suffers its lowest rainfall before a monsoon season and more than 6 decades and that lack of rain along with the rising demand for water mismanaged resources and climate change are being blamed for this drought. and vajra mentalists been a shiver has been warning about india's water crisis for decades the water famine
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we're facing is a result. of about 30 years of ill advised by financial institutions and that ill advice on the one hand mind the groundwater diverted river waters destroy the soil moisture but also is the single biggest reason for climate change the prime minister the more he has held a meeting on the water crisis and promised to pipe drinking water to every household by 2024 but for those who don't know how they'll survive if the monsoon rains don't come that is a very long way off elizabeth. yemen's heathy rebels say they've targeted a saudi airport with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has not yet confirmed or denied the attack on a port close to the yemeni border on saturday a military spokesman for the thieves want people to stay away from airports in saudi arabia and the united arab emirates sudan's ousted leader omar bashir has
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been taken to the public prosecutor's office after he was charged with corruption this is his 1st public appearance since he was overthrown in a military coup on the 11th of april reports say he was also charged with the illegal possession of foreign currency all this comes as a diplomatic effort to build bridges between sudan's military jointer and protestors continues to face obstacles and somehow as more this is sudan's most unpopular man. is the commander of the rapid support forces 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. also known as hammett t. faces growing calls to resign and face justice. but the man seems determined to
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stay in power has been holding rallies like this one in the capital over the last few days where one we're not going to arm 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 hannity himself along with the head of the military council of 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 criminals must not be the same people investigating the attack many sudanese say
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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 a political process but he was arrested and deported to neighboring south sudan after the crackdown on the sit in now he darts the military wants to hand over power to civilians it is sudanese people who when the revolutions in military council is a product of the revolution it is not the one weird that it would border is not there is here as you have behind border who are civilian i don't agree big government the us e.u. and the african union have sent voice to sudan to mediate they are concerned the impasse could lead to more violence and uncertainty. algeria's former prime minister and finance minister who appeared in court as part
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of an ongoing corruption investigation. and karen judy among a number of senior officials who were detained following the resignation of former president of the ladies beauty flicka in april judy has been conditionally released elections are planned for algeria but protesters continue to call for the removal of before any vote. libya's un recognized prime minister is offering a road map for peace to try and end the 5 year civil war but says he will not negotiate with warlord holy for after the fence of 2 months ago to take the capital tripoli. for them to believe that meeting have to for me personally it's too late now we've met more than 6 times throughout the past years it seems at the end that he was only trying to gain time the last meeting was in abu dabi we were trying based on that meeting to launch a forum on the 4th of april but what he had done on the 4th out of foolishness was
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a stab in the back which eradicated the political process i will not sit down with that person one more time because what he has done throughout the past years has proven that i have not found a partner in the political process now that candidates vying to become the next british prime minister have taken part in a televised debate the discussion centered on how they strike a deal to leave the european union but boris johnson the favorite to take over as leader of the conservative party didn't show up going to hayward has more from. thanks in the end it was a show without its leading man with no sign of boris johnson the front runner in the u.k. leadership contest his absence at this televised debate collaring the obvious leaving the rest of the candidates to stay why they should become the next conservative party leader and by default u.k. prime minister and with the opportunity to take a flight at an absent johnson where is boris if his team won't allow him out to
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debate with 5 pretty friendly colleagues how's he going to fare with $27.00 european countries the conundrum that is brecht's it and what to do about it of course dominated the debate argued for bracks it right from the beginning i led the leave campaign i will deliver bracks it a responsible prime minister would prepare for a new deal and i think if we prepare properly which we haven't done for 3 years that it will actually bring on a deal and that's the best way to end this uncertainty to actually have that deal this leadership contest is an issue of trust and i'm the only one i believe who can be trusted to get us out by the end of october when this is on in the 1st ballot of this contest boris johnson britain's paul more foreign minister secured a $114.00 votes from with parties m.p. his nearest rival receive just 3 jumps and defended his refusal to take part in the debate by saying he was staying away because the public had had enough of party
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infighting tourism a got the top job back in 2016 when her final wible withdrew from the leadership race some called it a coronation contenders in this latest battle a determined that won't happen again saying the path won't be cleared for boris johnson to get the keys to downing street they are not going to get a different deal we all know that whoever does when will have to do what a reason may fail to do and deliver britain's exit from the e.u. rarely though in conservative leadership contest is the big. actually when if we were talking about a wide. where the public were involved then maybe you know you would see people like what we stuart here did when the room today i think he would have a bit more popular support i don't think he has that much support when it comes to party members who are very much kind of i think in boris's camp the perspective leaders will hope delap done enough to win move ahead of the next ballot on tuesday
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despite his absence here some still till the leadership is boris johnson's to win or throw away and he would just there are. only results coming in from guatemala as presidential election center left kind of into the former 1st lady sandra taurus has taken in the early lead but she still far short of an outright majority and that means a runoff with a conservative challenger is likely 19 candidates are competing to succeed president generals the issues of gang violence and poverty have dominated campaigning almost $800.00 undocumented migrants have been found packed into cargo trucks in mexico they've been taken to a migrant facility about half of them were children the drivers of the trucks were arrested the government under pressure from washington to curb the number of people crossing into the united states. gary woodland is the new u.s. open goal champion the american center 9 meter packed 80 foot pedal beach to push
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him out to 13 and there is 3 shots ahead a broad scope to use chase a 3rd straight year so. well nothing ignites passion in indian cricket fans like victory over their face rivals pakistan these are the scenes of supporters celebrating the team taking a big step toward securing a place in the world cup sammy's $89.00 run victory keeping intact an unbeaten record so far in the tournament in england the wellingtons and latest from matched . i cricket's biggest guy in india the pakistan. has 5 points occasion i don't trust it in manchester only 25000 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
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couldn't make the breakthrough when i put in during the pot i broke it sharma showed his class again i completed a fine century that that night the indian contingent i was eventually out for $100.00 full say but can't seem fair at kohli continued the push to an imposing title he scored $77.00 other side of a point the running in just total $336.00. 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 of barbarism reminded us to never quite right off pakistan. and so both foxman were dismissed in quick succession and the collapse of wickets in shamed 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 buy 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 oh god oh. july 14th back to lift pickup one final time 201 i. n d a were expected to be strong in this tournament i'm reminded with afghanistan the next opponents 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 wildcard lay welling's algis their own man just. so this is a 0 these are the top stories a face of a hong kong's protest movement has been freed from jail a day off the 2000000 people rallied in the territory against an unpopular extradition law joshua was calls from protesters for the resignation of hong kong
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need to carry. what we asked for is such an urge carolan evolution executives should withdraw extradition. and what we try to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we would not keep silence under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline well sarah clarke has more now from hong kong. now for those who don't know just why he was the face of the i think. the front cover of time magazine he was somebody that the chief of the media after the students young high democracy gets back in 2014 and these releases extraordinary timing for those people who read much just that and i welcome you to. a group of
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protesters who camped out overnight after sunday's mass demonstration have gathered closer to government headquarters where they brought to a road near to the city's legislator for several hours before moving renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democrats 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 its history. the people in large parts of india are are experiencing their worst drought in decades is forcing many to leave their lands and shelter in relief camps as they wait for monsoon rains early results are coming in from guatemala as presidential election center left confident and former 1st lady sandra taurus has taken in the early but she's still far short of an outright majority and that means a runoff with a conservative challenger is likely to stay with headlines here and i'm sure it got more news coming up right after what i want to eat. cost.
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so. far. because. it's a. day 6 days a week. is financed and furious but it's not all machines that they are building it's saudis one. at a time. to see the red cross is defeated. on. flying for people with disabilities victims of. accidents.
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as. they make the patients keep coming. one on one east meets the remarkable people risking their lives to help the disabled in war torn afghanistan. sunday morning in the afghan capital kabul. it's the start of the working week. and the busiest day at the red cross is also people doing and physical rehabilitation center. hundreds of patients have come for treatment some have traveled for days risking landmines and taliban checkpoints to get.
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inside physiotherapist karim. is doing her best to calm the newest patients to say they know because they go to cut off that. 6 year old you surf hasn't walked for months ever since he was injured in the houston run car crash they all the by him i now go made most. other they all the behave the. way to the why not go. by all of them using it. his grandmother says he's already been through several painful surgeries he's now terrified of doctors though all of us had a cargo whatever. the bitch got in either the one other boss my mother and others out the top of having a lock on. because i never look well higher cause i doubt he's a ducky. you know that. it's kareem is job to
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help you save for the game but it won't be easy. i was going to him out there that are already there was i'm other than are we are these are mother these i want his legs are a mangled mess but she's more worried about the scars she can't see the child is very sad because. father tyler they walk and they it and i lie but he's always that thing on the wheelchair. things maybe you know i walk. despite his injuries yousif is very lucky outside we meet his 16 year old isra who'd lost his leg in the same accident. he knew so for waiting for a bus home from the market when a speeding car plowed into them when he came in you know i was in a room. the driver tried to break but the car started flipping years over what
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you saw voice hit it went flying into the ditch i'm awkward to all of them marches on doesn't look good and i was pulled below the car and my leg went under the wheels still in yonder but the car around the pole. on the question when i tried to pull it i saw blood pouring out it was everywhere all over my clothes i started screaming my leg humping my leg. is translate was completely separate but his worst fee is what feeds you so if i use a board i want to keep you so forcing the children's hospital from it he went into a coma for 6 days the exam there was only a 5 percent chance he'd survive it. are you i was crying a lot for you sunny or no i thought he was gonna. my family started to bring me
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pictures of you every day to prove that he was still alive. ever since there is trouble hasn't taken his eyes off his nephew. use of small souls are so weak that he's going to need a leg braces to help him stand up to the same people get. to see that only got your cheek i got to be a watch and they'll be among those on the ballot. recount band over and over and over. to. istra the recovery is going to be even tougher he needs a whole new press that he call a. brother moment only older brother or her brother the family got. the ability.
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or. oh how about more more more on her show her that i don't want women or measuring them to buy the come out of. my father god to give him a walker what about a van we're going to be around us very fast right. now where you surf and this road ahead. but the work for these technicians is just beginning. over the next few days they will painstakingly mold the new leg braces and priests thesis for the boys devices that will change their lives. in the sushi years that this program has been operating in afghanistan they have made me leave to hunt. 3000 artificial limbs and treated almost 180000 disabled patients. will be on our must see the only place they can get help is here at this
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red cross center that i haven't seen in another place that provides this kind of free service. nobody knows how life changing this work is better than karimov. boy my daughter there made that claim i've had this leg for about 20 years i've never asked for a new one because i'm used to that. a patient surprised when you tell them that you have a prosthetic leg what him up why when my legs are covered and nobody notices anything when i show them my leg that totally surprised by that they don't believe that was an artificial leg that they can walk normally my foot in the form of them but then i show them and i tell them you see my leg is artificial but i still come here and work on it. first came to the red cross as a 13 year old patient at the time kabul was engulfed in
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a deadly civil war she was shot in the leg 4 times while walking home from her grandmother's house as a 1000000. when i regained consciousness my leg felt very light i tried to feel it but i realized it had been cut off the sugar will be here and when a woman becomes disabled she becomes invisible people think she can't do anything while at work it was hard for me to accept this situation i mean i couldn't accept that i could have killed myself on the whole she would. instead the red cross offered to train her as a physiotherapist when she finished high school that was almost 25 years ago since then she has helped thousands of patients just like. them because i'm disabled myself i understand their situation and i mean whatever they're going
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through i've already been through it. really how. do you. make them. the same town has a policy of hiring people with some kind of disability just like their patients some of the staff have been crippled by in the says like polio many like kareen a victims of the country's relentless war. for as long as i can remember that has been fighting in afghanistan and it will never end. and day by day the number of our patients is growing it's because of the war landmines and suicide attacks. ready are not. even by afghanistan's grim standard the
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situation here is becoming increasingly deadly a record number of civilians were killed and injured last year in attacks by the taliban isis and pro-government forces some of the most brutal violence has accrued right here in kabul. with incidents like rockets and bombs on. we've seen a lot of these horrible incidents it's been hard but we've gotten used to it. through good old the taliban has allowed great cross to stay open. a month after they took power the taliban came to us said they visit at the male and female . they were satisfied with our work and we carried on with our problems.
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but in afghanistan nothing is guaranteed. days into our visit we hear about a disturbing development the taliban have just announced their spring offensive against the afghan government and the military so what this means is that we're likely to see a lot more attacks but they're also saying here that the red cross will no longer be protected this is a really serious problem for the star and the patients at the center. it's not long before the news spreads running for the 1st for you to remember even though that is. in the women's department crema is also briefing they get you michel almost and i was going to. give them something on everything but the. closer they know the melodies are never going to listen we'll never for a long. time like. you guys worried at all about your safety and i wish him all
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the journey on the understanding. that a mom other. husband that he might call really well that it was. one of the shots that. one of the stars he is seaman faced i'm struggling to understand why the taliban would ban the work of a humanitarian organization especially one that helps disabled afghans. it's too risky for us to ask the taliban in person so we called a spokesman you recently revoke the security guarantees for the red cross why did the taliban decide to do that. says the red cross has failed to deliver the medicine and services it had promised
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the red cross says they can't respond because they're still negotiating with the taliban. what we do know is that the organization supports clinics across afghanistan in areas where it's difficult to access any of the health care most of the people that work at the red cross and certainly all of the patients are afghans including members of the taliban and your families are you hurting your own people by taking this step i mean i don't. want to. go. but just weeks after this phone call the taliban did attack an american aid organization in kabul killing at least 5 people all of them afghans. back at the red cross
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there's no sign of things flowing down the need is simply too great. afghanistan has one of the highest rates of disability in the world last year a record 12000 people sought help from the several rehabilitation centers across the country. people like isra and use if you can't afford private treatment. you know 5. 100 you went to. the office you know. it's a big day for the boys they're about to try on the new devices for the 1st time. they pretty excited and they're not the only ones. this little boy has just been given his new lick and he could hardly wait users.
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it's not long before the technician arrives with prosthetic issue enough to be. connected like the man was on the another there. even now he can't help but to use his nephew in the family i want. but it's not all fun and games physiotherapists should be rock walls is struck that this is just the food stamp. term of your. i nischelle more harm in him nearly as much as a kid mel brought afghanistan we couldn't be sure to have been taught but on him brought us to intercept it on it's not only the rehabilitation of a missing limb we have to support him psychologically we have to change his mind.
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just accept it has to be really for the future she has treated thousands of patients like is struck he tells him the secret to his recovery is his mind why he should work beautifully could knock her off and i mean to me to me from a kid as much as a robot because the. mom must acquit us from. moment to her point out on what sort of wonderful music and money you make out of the beginning i am a shock 0.0 point toward assist by humans would miss work more posted at this meeting is in the hope that this make. it to a nice one i'm with the bus pallone maker the middle opponent the middle of the pit the hottest what is in the hospital for lack of any 24 cutting that this is his mo tooth it's a choice that sugar love faced himself he's ago when he was just 17 he stepped on
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a land mine my group was born to my face was born i left my leg. there was nothing to say if there was no flash tissue on their blood i lost my my hope ali thought i was not very violent to be too alive anymore because i was seeing very dark my future very dark he says the only thing that saved team was this job and the chance to help patients like is all that you make me quite to me want to get. off of it it bust out a couple. of. when i came to the prophecy for a job completing my life change. i can be a man i come out of my normal life i can be a normal person. and it gave me a hope that i can live to forget if i were disabled completely given the my family some time to forget him a visit which i'm happy of crap because they should not come see them as
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a visible people bishop. see the table. this resilience is what he's trying to pass on to instruct it to flaca got a poison pill for your. past. but trying to motivate a traumatized 6 year old is another matter backed up for them i'm a bit. off to not using his legs for 6 months use if is struggling to stand that alone or. kareem is patient yourself as moment rather. than. as a modern woman. but no rational what use of says she keeps pushing him. he
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has to use his legs to make them strong again. ok that you. know off. my 1st of all most of the size of them with. it's been a tough 1st day. getting used to this new reality isn't easy especially for. just a few months ago he was a confident teenager and a champion wrestler. but then his father died of cancer and a month later he lost his leg in the accident but. our life has changed a lot. we've become poor we've lost the head of our family. i used to go out with my friend in the moment i was the strongest amongst them. now
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i'm the weakest moments of life for them it makes me feel so bad he was one of the rugby. cricket i think about what i'll do in the future will i be a burden will i work as a laborer pushing a wheelbarrow. because i can't even push a wheelbarrow. instead of worrying about school or his next wrestling match is from now worries about his family. i want to work to feed my family all of them and i don't want to baghdad anyone for help he heard the song it's very difficult one i'm fed up with my life. is straw doesn't talk to his family about any of this instead he focuses on helping
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you so if it's called being i want a feeling of get out of hand are going to be hard to call unity magic question of the payroll going to have the money almost to get public you know what you're going to get bush will. destroy has brought his nephews and nieces to the park is a treat it's a welcome distraction for everyone it's of good ol buddy about yusef has changed a lot most of what he used to play with all the kids but he thought anymore he's become quiet and he cries a lot. he asked me why can't i walk why can't you take me out. along the. way i do very much like many. who would want to go out on me. and would give the. use if it's still young so his chances of a full recovery a good but says his own future is going to be very different to what he'd imagine.
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the other day this guy came up and so much to learn are you a cripple. but want to as long clinician i can get my old life back but you all started your life. i'll continue my education and get a job that's a. day off today i watch as truck come to the orthopedic center and practice house for war. it's a slow painful process huge to get him that i have seen that he doesn't hold well and doesn't immediately yes to make very short steps but what went on in western now we can learn is fundamental for every report about you know just. alberto cairo is the italian physiotherapist who has run the center for 30 years he and should work hand in hand to make sure days on the right path. resemble your
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blanket with him. but no matter how difficult it is there are others here who are much worse off than is struck. he says seeing big progress and spies here to work harder. next door you surf is also struggling with never. let us out and. yes what i want. but after almost a week of practice both the boys are getting strong. and faster. with giving wrigley. gimmickry. if you. find it in the day has come when they can take the new prosthetic and leg braces home possible use of them also make
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a name of. a hot army gather to get the one i could have to. buy the x. out. yourself it was maybe some of that machine. that we see. his nose in the whole boy your dog the one i gave us the front of. so he's only given one well that's what they said. that was with the most. but it was a good one. is also getting some parting advice from should have been is in the get the. boy i didn't want to look at more. wants to join the center's wheelchair basketball team and apply for the red cross' education program it's not only the mark of slowly working with i
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feel that i am helping the people is like me i hope at least clear for 5 people. at least one of them the life to be. like that in the future so that is why they stayed longer with atheists here in my life i love writer. across town istra and use of family is waiting for them everyone is curious about the prosthesis. or he lost. to me. for the. use of is also thrilled with his braces although not for the reason you'd imagine. he was that of a lot. to. want to see these cousins
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play and tease each other you'd never guess how much they've been through. poverty pain and the death of a family member. the future is still very much on certain but now at least there's hope. sri lanka's easter sunday bombings reverberated around the world with religious and ethnic tension rising one a one east investigates by is the new front line in sri lanka on al-jazeera. yes well i'm. glad you. got some of it i like in morocco registered in under-age marriages have caused problems especially for women and children i've been trying for years to get my daughter legally recognized by have pressure from lobby groups has led to changes to the modelling of the
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family code giving women greater rights in marriage while keeping the family at heart now the divorce rate has increased a lot mainly with occupations made by wives. al-jazeera world. i don't know how the top stories here on al-jazeera and the face of hong kong's protest me has been freed from jail they all for a mass rally in the territory gates and i'm populous traditional joshua wall echoed calls from protesters for the resignation of hong kong to carry. what we ask for is such an urge carolan the full chief executive should wish jaw extradition of man much. more we shy to do is just through civil disobedience
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and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our home people we would not keep silence under the suppression of president she and the ship executive karoline organizers say up to 2000000 protesters rallied in hong kong on sunday in the latest demonstration against the extradition bill it would allow people in the territory to be sent to mainland china for trial the proposed law was suspended on saturday for the president's one to drop what. i saw. a group of protesters who come to it overnight off to sunday's mass demonstration have got that close it's a government headquarters they blocked a road next to the city's legislature the for several hours before moving sari club because the. what joshua once released from john is extraordinary timing in the wake of yesterday's mass rally where we saw around 2000000000 people marched on hong kong streets that he's called on these protests to remind strong and continue
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to support for the extradition treaty to be dropped he thanked governments from around the world after the support of the opposition has also called for the release of those $22.00 activists who are stealing joe off of the various roles in the big occupy movement for these particular protests which is against the extradition treaty and more protests are planned on monday which is today here in hong kong some people also striking in support of this movement you see a couple of 100 people behind me now this rally is expected to gather us to carry that i carried out she's apologized to the people and the government bill has been suspended but these protesters died just want the suspects in the street and they demanding that the home phone extradition treaty with china they don't want to get renewed 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 to being forced to flee in the eastern province of it too early in the past week.
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people in large parts of india are experiencing their west drought in decades it's forcing many to leave their lands and shelter and relief camps as they wait for monsoon rains early results are coming in from guatemala as presidential election center left kind of the former 1st ladies on 2 tours has taken an early lead but she still far short of an outright majority that means a runoff with a conservative challenger is likely libya's u.n. recognized prime minister is offering a road map for peace to try and end the 5 year civil war but fires out serrata says he will not negotiate with warlord who he for have to do it all is an offensive 2 months ago to take the capital tripoli. i think we're going to i believe that meeting have to for me personally is too late now we've met more than 6 times throughout the past years it seems at the end that he was only trying to gain time the last meeting was in abu dabi we were trying based on that meeting to launch a forum on the 4th of april but what he had done on the 4th out of foolishness was
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a stab in the back which eradicated the political process i will not sit down with that person one more time because what he has done throughout the past years has proven that i have not found a partner in the political process yemen's heathy rebels say they've targeted a saudi airport with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has not yet confirmed or denied the attack on a port close to the yemeni border on saturday the group said it launched the drone attacks on another airport in southern saudi arabia israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu inaugurated a new israeli settlement in the occupied golan heights it's been named trump heights on of the u.s. president to recognize israeli sovereignty over the territory all this happened on a day that netanyahu is wife was found guilty of mis using public funds are you know stay with headlines here or not to serve got more news coming up right after al-jazeera correspondent.
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and i thought i could join. the pool look we've got. could law i said to. this train with service in 139. other music in his car no real car may not be ok. and some of the who i don't know bill clinton the much the actor. on or. so car used to have are pretty solid to give no more y'all 7 to it or. the sister ski the wind up the heat and. stuff got her so by cell got her in the. car fixed
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on. the contrary it's good to get it done but what are the cards on the horns he said was snide their cocks are not being coerced the. shareholders. if for a threat do not have it or is he kind of parent. shuttle car to shut the car or shut the curtain. it was the lure of the shinkansen the futuristic bullet train gliding past snow capped mount fuji that 1st drew me to japan almost 2 decades ago i was young and i had seen the future the utopian world where technology and culture a fuse together and where the trains run not just to the minute but to the 2nd. i
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fell in love with the country and went on a journey taking in every railway line and writing a guide book japan by rail. it said that no foreigner can ever truly understand japan but get to know its railway and you've come close to understanding what binds the people of this island nation together. one thing that wasn't here when i was last in japan was the 7 stars a high end luxury train catering to the wealthy.
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2 this train is like being on a. on a railway that no longer exists you know that kind of golden age where you go on the railway to travel and experience conversations and talk to people it's almost like there are 2 parallel universes going on there's this high end luxury product that's been developed by the railway company to attract a new type of play on tell and here we are in a place where many rural local well when lines are closing down because they can no longer afford to sustain.
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i'm heading to no bianca on the southern island of q shoot where i taught english to high school students when i 1st came to japan. some of my fondest memories are of watching the lush landscape and glimpses of people's lives out of the window of the local line. from. the rural railway has always been a lifeline connecting towns and communities but it's increasingly under threat japan is aging the birth rate is falling young people are leaving the countryside
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and the lines a losing money the local railway could be a real risk of disappearing forever. so this is going to be a novio to the place where i live for 2 years and it's pouring rain which is often how i remember it in the summer months and hopefully with family time and mr cowen will be on the station platform somewhere. i'm excited to meet mr tommy tucker and mr cowen 2 of my friends and colleagues who i haven't seen since i left not be ok 15 years ago. this is a long time no see nothing to go for i think you know you're looking good how was the calendar ok because god says it was this was this you haven't changed oh well you leader i know it's like we've all got older when i was here we was the tech they were away all the time into it but i think it closed down because of the
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typhoon came and it's been washed away the real reason was and we couldn't keep having them around so the whole thing completely got destroyed by things right. i remember riding the local tack ichigo railway from here deep into the mountains where the trains he says sort of by stay in sidings before that go out from here to talk that she had on the local runway but it's completely gone i mean there's nothing left of it basically and you would almost not know it existed if you didn't know that had been here 30 quite sad. whatever. they are we sitting here in a railway carriage from the tech itchy hero way but it's stuck in a cafe it's never going to move again do you feel sad about. what i feel they're going to mixed feeling of course i feel a little bit sad because it's not running in war but now at the same time it's kept
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here as it was if you were transported back today to your childhood on the tech and you're away what can you tell us about what you were seeing and hearing the sounds and smells and sights to paint us a picture while yeah maybe i take of my shoes and stand on the seat and see you know who's coming ok or this very crowded and the conductor. comes in and check the ticket. the smell is kind of or the thing kind of grease i could feel the shake of the engine. and it's kind of a. curve it's open the windows sometimes you can hear the voice in summer time i could hear the announcement and yeah there's.
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always a like a really deep voice yeah. you know walk on the platform i felt kind of stable. and relieved in a sense and here we are. you made it yeah. then . you know not he must not like 99 or as if. you could. put in that this month did you think that was a negative when you thought you did. but he did these it was good to do it but it is over. mr tommy tucker invites me to speak to students in one of the classes where i used
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to teach english i'm sorry for a crashing your english class. oh. well it's great i was teaching here 15 years ago as an l.t. in high school how old were you in 1999. 00. great so you were born just as i arrived. back that's not that's that's depressing to hear takes the train sometimes on the weekend on holiday is anybody take the train. has anybody been on the bullet train the shinkansen. he doesn't write here about him no he hasn't reached me as i could yes maybe maybe. maybe one day you will have your own bullet train coming to me as i cannot be ok in particular so this is the one place called japan by rail. to. me home.
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why are you laughing. and the very nice. i see you've been talking about a monkey falling from a tree. i'm wondering what that's about. and then the more i thought about the problem the more difficult it was for me to solve it. last i gave up no that's not that's not the culture of gun but they. don't but the masses like the opposite of this phrase that you must always carry on never give up because you can always create your dream. was to me. super super super super bowl or almost the super. bowl food. model.
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see how. i travel to walk in central japan where i've heard about a railway line that was on the brink of closure until they came up with a unique solution to their financial was a cat. 11 a business card with. the symbol of the railway the cat on it just. such although. i must i. can you tell us about why this cat is so important to you other some kids you know not number 2 that's not up. to your eyes it's a. it's one. time a child has helped revitalize the railway by bringing in tourists from japan
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and across asia tamar is more than just a catch she's a marketing phenomenon. but tamar is ill a new station master can't need tama number 2 is being groomed to replace her so we haven't seen the can't yet but can you. show me where your cat is and. it's. right here ok. i don't. want. anything like 3 minutes of a. oh yes or no time incident was not used to getting the cats out using the new. rule you know not running i'm not going to be this guy so. you know i'm going up but it's a lot of this and i miss. how much aren't going to.
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the nearby oil gal railway is another local line under threat and here again train tourism seems to be the answer this time instead of a cat the steam locomotive is the main attraction akira sure i a former executive at the oil gal railway has been campaigning to preserve both the steam locomotive and the local line on which it runs for more than 40 years. i 1st met mr 10 years ago when writing my book how are you doing how old are you now. and e.t.a. it's long we will reach 90 do you remember meeting. not. going to market today we're not there at all except to scream but. don't tell me come on and continue on the skin of this game or the fundamental.
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thing about him. if i take you out young face of. mine it's an enemy that no thanks much. thanks to my. you cannot you mustn't take what you need most of their own hands and just go. in as much up and get into the kennel simple snoozed that's much you know one don't get no car that. was only a couple there's no consul your money in the room they know what the. basket. so. he wants and not thinking it.
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is a. crown brahma down on this hill these fellows of time i see. this right how would you feel give away clothes it. hurts my good rex but it's impossible to avoid. possible to avoid closing yes because. money there's a scene with. joyce is there. to give her. trains are just reflecting upon the kind of things that are occurring
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around it you are losing your population your rule local economy is not doing well it is not the train that you must 1st look at it is the overall environment that surrounds the train connections tom he called is a special advisor to japanese prime minister shinzo ab a train lovers especially nostalgic certainly about the last lines. the greater perspective i think is the one that one must look at in the ninety's in the last decade or so it seems that japan has lost its way a bit when it comes to innovation and innovative technology that's right that's right that's one of the greatest anxieties and concerns for many and the deflationary environment it's almost like. you're going through a slow death process your self-esteem your self if it is see yourself have gone
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down so it's very much important for you to boost the collective psyche especially the among the young people in order for them to become innovative. it's 1964 and japan receives a huge post-war boost with the launch of the shinkansen. is one has. you know then. she makes history by driving the 1st bullet train from osaka to tokyo he breaks the high speed world record and it's proof that japan is back on the world stage 70 june in this. new home. more. than saving the assassin. towards ascension and. high single you home. to. the shuttle in japan national
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railways was under pressure from the government to keep the top speed to well under 200 kilometers an hour. 31 but. no no $200.00 looking on the. mark. on this is on the up on the way. to more moderate in the said i. consent. keith i hear the forum on your home. she will i've always wanted to try my hand at driving a bullet train and the opportunity comes with a simulator at a japan railway's museum this is the author this is the xo back all the way ok.
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they were all corrupt. is there an emergency stop button in the butchery. but there is no emergency stop in the simulator so we start this i'm speeding to. release this. because being on camera the. brake brakes are going to break no sorry. i was i. took a. place very realistic this is not going to do this now is this ok you have to brake slowly brake slowly yeah there's stuff that prays that where we can affect me if i can i'll try to stop. it it's not going to make it this the very place the. ladder made it to the finish i can't believe it was so close that marks out of 10 from my performance 10 out of 10 or 8 out of 16 out of 16 of us
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and he knows everything that's ok for a 1st time i guess ok thank you very much. thank you it's driving a high speed train could soon become a thing of the past japan is already building the next generation by its speed trains the maglev this magnetically levitating driverless train runs on a cushion of air at speeds of over 500 kilometers an hour and will shorten the journey time between tokyo and osaka from 2 and a half hours to just one hour. travelling to times. speaking. this is. true dr who now we've switched me and you can feel the difference. if you change my russian. to see. the fire and then come.
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this is a tough spade why. i don't want. to double the speed of the bullet train. it's amazing. please. come back. by 2 seconds to get out of this is. as amazing as the maglev is impressive and innovative technology but it's a far cry from the adventure and sense of journey i felt travelling around japan by train and i wonder if investing in ultra high speed driverless trains linking megacities is really what japan as a whole needs as its rural railway lines a closing. we were on the this book train there the scroll news blog of the bullet
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train entrance to the carriage started flashing the time of the station master cat in key she station walk in emma turns out died. at the time don't do this because. you are looking at the. wrong nose on the northern sky in my. school but i remind you one day you yes yes see you all nobody else could. it was on. your own was not but it doesn't it's not on the go through i mean also again are you thinking you would. think you. mean. true confessions my thoughts were never be clean after many but not for a cynical example of communist propaganda and i wanted to put it in the bank and make your money what baron i want i want to do it i was told in 2010 al-jazeera
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access to north korea to investigate the alleged use of biological warfare by the us during the korean war rewind revisits dirty little secrets on al-jazeera. the big breaking news story can be chaotic and frantic behind the scenes got people shouting instructions in your ear you're trying to provide the best most accurate up to date information as quickly as you can. it's when you come off air things thinking that you realize this is history in the making. after decades of being programmed with instructions data hungry computers can now learn on their own identifying patterns and predicting human behavior.
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artificial intelligence can monitor ombudsman. and decide on our future the big picture decodes the world according to ai and exposes the bias inside the machine part 2 on al-jazeera. your child has their arms the whole wrong a reminder of our top stories a phase of home calls protest movement has been freed from jail a day after 2000000 people rallied in the territory against unpopular extradition laws joshua war calls in the testers for the resignation of hong kong's leader curry long. what we asked for is such earth carolan that evolution executives should withdraw the extradition amendment and what we
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try to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people we will not keep silent under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline so a clock has moved to hong kong. for those who don't know just what it was that i said i think maybe the front cover of time magazine that he was that the chief of the leader of the students young by democracy gets back in 24 days and his release is extraordinary timing for those people who read much just today and i welcome it i. agree with the toasters who camped out overnight after sunday's most demonstration of gathered closer to government headquarters they blocked the road next to the city's legislature all for several hours before moving. renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic
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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 it in the past week and vigils have been held in mali following a series of attacks that killed almost 200 people the international criminal court is investigating allegations of crimes against humanity. to south asian people in large parts of india are experiencing their worst drought in decades it's forcing many to leave their lands and shelter in relief camps as they wait for monsoon rains. early results coming in from guatemala as presidential election the center left candidate and former 1st ladies under taurus has taken an early lead but it's far from an outright majority that means a runoff with a conservative challenger is likely those are the headlines i'll be back with more news in half an hour here on al-jazeera which is their correspondent continues.
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the. the the. i said once that line from. oh yes it's like a fiend from. the the even to sound off the train all trains my to toe to toe to toe this was always ready people to feel was like music
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for me it's like going in to see it to know it's a continuous flow which moves itself. the. the the the the really. been a long time could skin so is a swiss monk who showed me the holy mountain of course son 10 years ago so how long is it from here to the temporal how you can speak about time in the paradise this is go good how could ya didn't you take the train we did not invent a. cable car this is called. bridge to the planet dies do you take the train a lot when you when you leave. only take the train our mind self it's like a train that everything passes it stops when you think oh it should not be days
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straight always should be that way we are travelling all this body and then reason your body and the next body we are always travelling what you can't know but then you think in japan visit with this too much focus on high speed and getting there 1st and find. that's what you're saying there's nothing wrong nothing wrong with high speed trains you know for me let's say. my. technology it's incredible i have to take the train i have to take the al plane and so on so why shall i not enjoy it when i use it. which employs he from this one i guess one is good as your temple yeah day very nice people ignore it as your temple surely what are you talking each temple is good for each temple is bad but sometimes that's beyond value is here we were always in life we're trying to make contrasts and comparisons but you should give it up this makes the
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suffering in the world it will not change immediately. i love my lesson more than 200 south and stuporous on here present they don't know exactly maybe 300000 small and weeks until. this thread to go. it's. even the local railway has its own memorial here on korea's real fusion and i'm not sure you see even the manmade things are turns from sea road in nature it has a sense of attorney is going on he's going on is going on.
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you know we could we did not talk to someone with economic you know not go. get it to come out you're going to know it's going to messed up at the moment that they're going to they're going to be a match because of the. government to aggression the. world city in the world that you. and your son monger been going on sam i'm also going to hear heard. now that makes you think i know you don't wish dead i know tandoori. you know stick a function or how does it feel like how does the exact thing that happened i started important question just think time thought it can fax you comito is a writer who explores the history of punctuality and the japanese railways can you paint a picture of how significant the impact of the railway has been for japanese society
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. take up to you know sort of the at the what am i going you know in the market not known but a great sound that. you know kind that they're there and warm for you or that i found no good at them for another book you give them and they all their food isn't like yeah can you calculate it when the bill i 2nd the next for you i know you go out to do the we not i saw in the book there from the high you made it through your doctor who one minute i thought you know you count knowing that you have been a myth. train. i mean i just think that i mean time i don't know. that i didn't only how much talk
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a talking dog on the. other come up i'm not saying that. i mean they are there. at the but the but the. but. when they're going to be ready for everything. you know. and. i think i have. a crucial element to this just in time culture is the timetable a monthly publication that includes every train line in the country one man who knows the challenge of creating this complex book is the timetable editor. of the number one came along came or. simply as your other one of
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your. you got talking out of it i thought i saw you know this how does it feel to be the keeper of this timetable widely considered to be the bible of the railway system and for railway fans. for the most. noticed when you pulled there are. not a single vehicle to one if you know my pockets kind i hung up this was not there can you tell us from your timetable when is the next consent to come by. and i thought i was. going to go to the depo it's not in the timetable of fortunately. for them and they could just say. what do you want. to call your
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posts. how does it feel to see a doctor yellow. it is an act of war like it isn't there so you gotta pick some of them when you call the other 2 out of the must. see are thing that i would do anything else. i should have got talked. to tonight on my last dr yellow a special bullet train that checks for problems on the track has taken on an almost mythical status in japan and shows how for some the love of the railways borders on obsession. so i'm waiting for super bells who's famous in japan for his ability to recreate railway sounds and he's a pop musician rapper in his own right and he's coming here to perform in
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a collaboration with mr mcconnell who's studio we're in a very big railway founders. some of you know there's a thing i just love that thank you so much. oh. yeah man.
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yeah during those i was one of. those on the whole. science that will hold but i want to. do us modeled. it idles a list single. so.
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in the evening i meet up with super belles at the keyhole bar for a live performance of the train where they were trained by well you know train and you're all welcome inside this train like the 2nd and gourmet canned food which is a contradiction to what was going to go. over this question if you know i thought my head. turned to a good voice to look good to see my small man must be the only. muscle you. can see who's on the field i'm on. i'm on it's don't get by as much and put too much at gunpoint lockers to. light reading for the railfan the kids have come in for a beer and maybe a bit of a. risk roll through the 2008 november timetable just to read of the old times oh yes i'll come out in the car. when you know the whole of our and all
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special guests got to go i must say oh superbad is this. you know group. well that's what. new new new new juju news. look. who are. you. sure. it's.
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yuko kimura also known as screen idol is a t.v. personality who dresses like a railway conductor she's invited me to meet at a railway themed is one of the most bizarre moments like a cross-section of different cultures the japanese it's team industry meets trains . you know what we're going to see and they say what's going on. 5050. 0000. 00 there with the what's your message is i don't think that's going to go the money or the coolant are going to come where you know you are in the mine and then what is the latest. was. the. tension no no no you just you know it's not a sound that got or how i might think. this is
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that a given i. cannot walk into the school when i don't have a high that it was it doesn't do. this so because again they're fine even. more so . it's good that one of. the law that's live in the me on the one of the good thought or the good i'll say needs or something it's declared and this is what. i know not disliking nor kummel me this card that silly other sources or so called the thinking of the it is so this is actually doing every trade everything i mention she's ready to. have you on you know my mother because she their core to settle down they are busy also tied up on this and then they got up. this house get through to them it all goes on is it they want it the most they're. there to do the one or several dozen. and what this is is all that without beginning in number of
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local full height there was a car you know from the daiichi militant underskirt all right so here on the kind i don't want to see the law a little here but they could as i write i must go yes i know you can must. fascination with the railway goes well beyond pop culture interest in trains also permeates modern japanese literature one of japan's best known novelists economy sets one of his recent novels that shinjuku station in tokyo. camorra gives guided tours of the platform for more economy fans i want to mention i've got multiple. associates and you click that authority or he goes to their dancing got their. dancing wasn't that. they want to open it why they're going on they said
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what i think you are slowing them finalist i devalue what i call thought their pull . on all sorts of the shit out of them they said that i'm looking to fill it up if they sang on the locals and not going out to sea. on all the time just going up and going to go to. look i thought this must get out the. people to come not. what i want to find out if i want to go to the scene and i'm going to have a lot of the good you know what you going to look like on the front companies and i'll dance at the mall you know on the 9th or this on the table to the top you know . well.
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this is the 1st time we're going north of tokyo in 2 months often seen as somewhat of a back trip to paris much more rural a new territory. some high rise buildings in tokyo many. poets' matsuo basho called this journey the narrow road to the deep north an area known for its beautiful but dangerous natural environment and a place still struggling to reconstruct following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami which wiped out communities towns and railway lines. will summon shima moto was driving a local train on the sanriku railway the day the quake struck.
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it's taking i will take over to her sister. and she is saying. some stuff. and this. congress today because india. got out of the saying from all this and that a lot of. the kind of want to hide. and this and not in the last day or 2 that make a whole lot of anything they would. think i'm going to get in this. tomato to me. and i did this it took exxon or you gentlemen to get it and get it. in thing notice you'll have to let it go get some of us know what you said but i do something that. i sort of going to.
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do you know whom are doing something. wrong and together whether it is just end up with that if you got caught in this hollow has got to if you took one look. lots of her friends were here as was the station in. this. economy muscle. and i mean even body. parts of the sound recruit were completely destroyed and rebuilding it was a crucial symbol of recovery for the region. of oregon but they're going to let us settle down. but despite all the reconstruction including massive and controversial seawalls many other rail lines have been left abandoned.
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not that far down this way you hit the coastline and i remember writing about it being the most spectacular journey you could almost find anywhere in the country to be able to ride the rails within 2 meters of the water's edge japan ryo had said that it will reopen this line in 2018 minutes covered in we there's bits of track lying around. it's rusting away. i'm not talking vince a baseline is something that anybody wants to invest money in reopening. i leave the north behind and head back to tokyo on my way to walk a yama to attend the funeral of thomas chan the stationmaster cat. my dog
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her record here i'm the leader of. the feel or. look at the crowds of people who have gathered in front of this train see don't feel open to much you will notice that something i'm going to talk to you once you move is a manner that makes me think that such a. thing now did nothing happen is gone i don't care it's still not enough. we just reminded me she station wuky emma and i'm smack in the behind if you people got to be so many people in the stationary it is a right. several 1000 people including the national media attend tammas funeral with messages sent from across japan. how much a is
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a symbol of peace and see if you still mind but can the walk again the electric railway continue to flourish under a new cat station must it meets you know who could head of the railway is up to mystic at that much on the go i mean to go to new york then to hold this in all possible human oh god there you go she said and you're done and. i just did another day but i said i want to sing that the you know. if your story is i'll drive you and interfere ok. ok though. i don't know i'm open of that it would be easy to conclude that tema chance of death is somehow a metaphor for the state of the railway in japan today with so many lines struggling to survive and so much being invested in an ultra high speed future linking megacities 2 but leaving much of the rest of the country behind the truth is as ever more complex. japan is a country where people
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a passionate about their railway and a fighting to preserve it for themselves and for future generations having experienced both the rule railway and high speed i hope that is japan makes decisions about its future the one will not be neglected for the other. night on the galactic railroad is a well known short story by japanese author kenji me as. it's a lyrical metaphor for our journey through life. joyous voices resound it throughout the train and from far off in the cold distance of space came the sound of a trumpet blowing. and then the glass flute blew and the train began moving and a silver mist obscured the scene so they could see no more. i've
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always been fascinated by space but the story of the space race isn't just about the men who risked their lives to travel into the unknown but the ones who held those lives in their. grandfather and his colleagues worked on the space search they designed the spacesuits apollo 11 was his triumph. and the perfectly designed space suits for his legacy putting man on the moon on al-jazeera. examining the headline scientists are telling us that we have just 12 years to make an impasse that any changes unflinching journalism i am told to leave toward
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complete in a certain absolutely sharing personal stories with a global audience we simply politicize the place this is what i want to see explore in abundance of world class programming the world is watching on al-jazeera. hello there are still like to be some pretty big showers around the southern ca casis georgia east and turkey you can see on the satellite picture that we wanted to in the forecast but that's not really the thing the moment is just hot dry weather of course from iran westwards such 6 and to run 10 more down the plains of iraq and overseas cooler than the other coast of the eastern mediterranean but the wind is picking up to some degree and i think the other cool things down in baghdad still about 40 of course we see near 50. new kuwait and that hot dry dusty
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weather is going to be blowing down i think through the gulf for that northerly breeze not necessarily not the temperatures back though cause for cross to go out to 47 again now there is cloud around that's been spilled out of the still tropical cyclone in the northern arabian sea but it's no more than a cloud as far as i can tell so it's not going to be particular human it won't produce thunderstorms there's no real change the temperature of the temperature forecast for the next couple of days so hot dry and occasionally dusty wind hardly a surprise forecast made all of southern africa now it's that dry time of the year frost it not if you run lucky cape town looks cloudy in fact the whole western cape does on monday rather better on tuesday.
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exactly sure where to draw the picture of this young man the. pressure builds on hong kong's leader as a popular democracy activist leaves jail and joins mass protests. so rahman you're watching al-jazeera life my headquarters here in doha coming up in the next 30 minutes iran is to further scale back its compliance with the nuclear
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agreement that the us abandoned last year. also ethnic violence kills dozens and forces thousands from their homes in the democratic republic of congo. where in one of the world's most repressed countries to see if its leader is delivering on promises of a new era. welcome to the program a well known member of hong kong's pro-democracy movement has been freed from prison and is vowing to join mass protests joshua was served a short jail sentence for his role in the 2014 umbrello demonstrations that block told calls major roads for weeks he's now backing calls for the islands of beijing back leader to resign. what we asked for is such an urge caroline that she told chief executive should withdraw the extradition amendment and
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what we're trying to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international communities to realize that our home people we would not keep silence under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline. well organised up to $2000000.00 protesters rallied in hong kong on sunday in the latest demonstration against an extradition bill the amendment would allow criminal suspects to be sent to mainland china for trial it's been shelved for now let's get the very latest from robert mcbride our correspondent in the hong kong joshua wong now he's released rob is becoming a formidable voice in terms of those activists that don't agree with the current legislature in hong kong. that's right saheli
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always was a figurehead of this pro-democracy movement and the fact he has just been down here in the past half hour or so addressing these largely student occupy demonstrators here outside the legislative council building which has been the focus of all of these protests hundreds of protesters are still here possibly over a 1000 or 2 and stuck with them still vowing that they won't budge until this controversial bill is is withdrawn and carry land the chief executive resigns and just go along came down amongst them almost treated like a rock star if you will that loud applause spoke to the crowds thanking them for pushing forward with their demonstrations apologizing that he couldn't be with them that's understandable he was imprisoned and it's interesting to how he's almost treated like a veteran in these advancing years of being what nearly 23 years old now he's treated as a veteran by many of the students here which says
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a lot about joshua ones age it says even more about the age of some of these protesters here many of them high school students you'll remember of course that umbrella movement the 79 days of sitting in the streets it was meant to try to increase the amount of autonomy for hong kong within china it could be said that it largely failed the local government didn't budge neither did china. itself but joshua long and the other activists at the time said all along that this is an on going process and if you like these people have taken up that mantle levy are now holding the torch if you like holding the flame calling for greater representation in the future at some point just sort of seems to rob that the public sentiment has certainly and its action has weakened the chief executive carry land but one wonders how we can is her position threatened now. yeah you mean when you look at her reputation her standing it is certainly taken
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a blow when you have up to 2000000 people from the city of which you are meant to be the leader walking through the streets of that city shouting resign that's a massive almost one 3rd of the population saying go that's not going to do much for your self-confidence so there is a lot of pressure on a kerry lamb even from pro establishment figures here a lot of people are questioning whether she has completely mishandled this or whether her tone her style is too autocratic authoritarian she came into power having quite a lot of sympathy having quite a lot of support especially compared with her free to assess her but a lot of people here would be questioning whether she is up to the job more importantly perhaps whether beijing itself though publicly they said they you have supported her and continue to support or whether they will in the scenes at least be quite angry with that carrier and bearing in mind social stability is such an important watchword for the central chinese government that she allowed the
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situation to get to the stage where there were students in the streets even worse there were police in the streets firing tear gas at those students did well hasa what events as we have been a very carefully for the next few days for the moment rob thank you. well fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people over the past week nearly 40 villages were destroyed all the 100000 people are being forced from their homes in the eastern province of duty soldiers there is going to exclusive access to one of the villages that was attacked as well. this is what's left of mark both village in bunia in the northeast of democratic republic of congo fighters attacked it overnight looting and burning several houses at least 40 villages and more than $100.00 houses were destroyed in violence between the lendu and hemet tribes and the militias this week members of the hamill community say then do assailants came to their homes armed with machetes members of the lendu
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tribe and now occupy these villages community leaders say lender rebels blocks roads as a way to control the area. we're ready to live in peace without him and neighbors despite many youth in our community who have lost their minds and committed unfortunate actions we call on our youth to come back and live in peace with everyone and. the government is calling for calm. we are aware of the killings that have taken place against civilians in this area the only message for you as victims is that we must investigate and make sure those responsible will be punished the un peacekeepers and congolese armed forces have deployed teams to assess the situation they've also strengthened their presence in the area by setting up 3 temporary military bases but the congolese army has been unable to control the rebel groups its soldiers and police have been attacked some killed while trying to stop the tribal fighting some rebels also targeted a u.n.
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helicopter. the situation here is tense they have the community accuses the government of not protecting them they've been protesting against the violence calling for more to be done to stop the killings. the current situation is a responsibility of the national government it must. deploy more troops on the ground to fight against the militias in order to stabilize the situation the violence has forced thousands of people to flee their homes seeking refuge elsewhere on friday and saturday alone more than 6000 displaced people arrived at this camp in bunia many living in difficult conditions with the bare minimum. i wonder if we have an authority or president in this country even after the elections and the new president people are still dying like animals. and the 2 camps set up here are already at full capacity. we've been complaining to the authorities and partnership of the displaced people started arriving at this camp
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so we can organize how to assist them properly but nothing has happened now there are more people than the camp come hold and living conditions where people aren't. eatery is one of the largest provinces in democratic republic of congo it has large diamonds and gold reserves the fight for control of the area is fueling the violence and a longstanding dispute between the hammer cattle herders and lendu farmers tens of thousands of congolese have been killed in the cycle of reprisal attacks and camps like this are becoming a permanent home for many really mohammed al jazeera. so the middle east where iran is but today to announce further moves to scale back its compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal iran's government already stopped at a hearing to some elements of the agreement in may after the u.s. withdrew and began reintroducing sanctions. that would start in witching uranium at a higher level unless world powers who are sticking by the nuclear deal do more to
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protect its economy. is our correspondent joining us now from tehran we are expecting this rather important announcement from iran nuclear body or an announcement virt world powers will be listening to very carefully. yes certainly we're expecting the spokesperson for iran's atomic energy organization to lay out the details of this there what they're preparing for in the 2nd phase as they call it to scale back their commitment to the 2015 nuclear deal now we know that on may 8th the iranian president announced that iran was. issuing a 60 day period for the european countries that signed this nuclear agreement to abide by their end of the bargain because the iranians haven't seen any of the benefits since the united states withdrew a year ago from this deal so this during the 60 day period the iranians said the
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europeans have to come back to us and show us that they are still part of this deal we have to see the benefits now about 2 weeks later in mid may the iranians said that they were going to quadruple their production of low enriched uranium so they were that was the part they were suspending with in the nuclear agreement because they weren't seeing any of the benefits they said we're going to continue to produce uranium enrichment and we might exceed the cap that was provided under the nuclear deal of 300 kilograms now this in an instant today is the 2nd phase of all of this we're expected to hear about the preparations of what's next and of course that 60 day period we're about 3 weeks away the peons have to respond to the iranians by that time but of course still so we've seen this sort of this tooth old approach happening before our very eyes we've had a military buildup in the gulf that sells and we've still had diplomacy ongoing what we had the german foreign minister into iran last week we've heard the iranian
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president make very clear statements of the real recent regional conferences world so these 2 sort of. lanes of force and action going. yes certainly the past few weeks has been a flurry of diplomatic activity within the islamic republic and there has been various visits from different members of the signatories of the steel and also as you said the japanese prime minister was here all of this is an in an effort to try and keep this deal together because the iranian president said that one of the reasons there has been such instability in this region is because the united states has withdrawn from this deal but also they've put severe sanctions on the iranians main one being the sentients they've imposed on iranian oil so this is what the iranians are calling economic terrorism and the iranian president has said that
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this is the specific reason we are seeing this instability and they are urging the european countries as well as the international committee to try and control this issue to try and maintain this nuclear deal and to keep this deal going because the future of this region is so wide told in the security is so important and this deal is seen as a way of trying to maintain some stability in this area for them but will leave at the door some calls come back to you for more reaction to that all of this once we get that announcement coming out of rob thank you. well the weather is next and then we'll be looking at what's driving violence in nigeria that's killed hundreds of people listen. also the massive power failure that's plunged 3 countries into darkness which ones will tell you after the break.
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hell or the hot area of europe is getting smaller now we've been seeing atlantic charging from the west indies produce some pretty big thunderstorms recently this is the hope of through slightly colder air i say it's colder the temperatures are going to be 23 in berlin 27 in warsaw by sunday but of course here in the thirty's couple days ago and that cooler stuff is spreading sas for the czech republic and into austria leaving a good part of ukraine and owner countries the south in the thirty's still it's warming up in nice contrast further west and it looks dry and sunny from the south coast of spain up to the east coast of england well mostly anyway still the potential for some big thunderstorms in switzerland particularly over the alps and of course as mass agree represents showers in the still hot air south of austria and down towards the tip of greece and certainly we've seen circulation of showers in turkey for the last week or so they're going to continue although they're not
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widespread the difference in the weather across the mediterranean it's remaining drive-in there is a fair amount of cloud taking the sun out of the skies and $28.00 in tunis eastern 20 want to rebut and that's despite the almost no constant sun shines on shore breeze the hot weather is terrible it's just inland in libya. freezing winds and rugged terrain and at times seem impossible. but for afghan traders who brave the work on korea that is no choice. combating the impossible to sell their goods and isolated areas. we follow that daring journeys as they overcome the extremes. risking it all afghanistan on al-jazeera.
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of the back you're watching officer with means to hell ramming a reminder of our top stories the face of hong kong's pro-democracy movement has been freed from jail just for warm years now and joining mass protests against extradition changes that would allow people to be sent to mainland china for trial . also we are awaiting an announcement from iran the which should reveal the next steps teheran plans to take in scaling back its compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal. and renewed 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 it in the
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past week. yemen's who the rebels say that they've targeted a saudi airport with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday rehired has neither confirmed nor denied the attack on our port close to the yemeni border on saturday a military spokesman for the who these warned people to stay away from airports in saudi arabia and the united arab emirates let's go straight over to our correspondent in santa obviously a concern for both sides about this 4th attack allegedly pause but the real concern will be the warning by the that anybody wanting to go to an airport in saudi arabia should be weary of that journey. yes. the attacks on a saudi approach seems to be the. scenario for the time
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being specially that the calling for the saudi arabia to lift its ban on sun our international airport which has been destroyed over the 4 years. these kinds of. as you mentioned that the have targeted port for the 4th time in a week. attempted to destroy this time maybe the biggest station the true fuel the airplanes the in the previous time the. the hope. that they have already part of the ports. out of service they are attempting to continue on to the completely. put this port out of service. or to put more pressure on reality to lift its ban on sides and boats the kinds of retaliatory operations carried out by unsubtle love forces or the whole of these be known that attempting
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to put pressure on riyadh and also to continue their reprisal attacks it seems that this. vicious cycle of violence will continue as they have already i warned that the civilians should stay away out of the airports now the civilians in the saudi territories have become subject to such as collations yemenis over the past 4 years have been also subject to the saudi are striking. the situation continues to escalate civilians on both sides. have become subject to such as collations and also the dangerous developments of the conflict here in this area indeed for them really even for that update mohammed our tom thank you for joining us from santa. let's go to west africa where the struggle for land and resources has led to deadly confrontations farmers and herders her 4 to nigeria and dozens of people have died thousands more displaced we begin our coverage in mali where
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a week ago nearly 100 people were killed in a village it's part of a cold look between farmers and herders. reports from ali's. region. making $200.00 cows walk in the same direction at the same time isn't easy. 012 year old buyer diallo was a master of the art he belongs to the ethnic group many of whom are nomadic cattle herders. and hundreds of whom have been killed in growing into communal conflict here in central mali militia linked to forlornly herders and farmers are behind a series of attacks in each other's communities in the last 3 years. but for buyers the constant challenge of following rains and finding pastures confused with life. changing climate makes it even harder. this new cars too weak to
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walk but they can't stop. their work as hard when you don't find enough food for them that some of them die so it's not easy to get one. you know buyers taking this herd on a 6 month journey about 500 kilometers in search of pastures to keep them fed. people have been walking with their cows across western central africa for centuries historians say rituals that are practiced today are depicted in cave paintings which are 8000 years old some things haven't changed much others have changed drastically. it's with automatic weapons that the militias attack each other's communities they flooded into the region since libya's civil war began in 2011. that fueled the conflict between mali's government and armed groups linked to
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al-qaeda from the north. then 4 years ago creature. formed an armed group in central mali called the mentor arms this is his video these fighters attacked mali's army to overthrow the government expel the french army and the un peacekeepers and the stablish rule according to their own interpretation of islamic law. the government's accused of arming militias to fight back many believe that led to the escalating your violence between the 2 communities army is not doing its job. in this center will be in my view even. a proxy war fire and hundreds of thousands of people would like him have to keep crossing the south tel region with their cows while their communities caught up in
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a conflict it only seems to get worse malcolm web al-jazeera corrie molly. nigeria gunmen have killed at least 34 villagers the attack happened on saturday in the northwestern state of them father hundreds of people have died in the region this year. periods capital. in fact the conflict in some 1st stage 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 attacks 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 there are criminal gangs who have also come in and taken advantage of 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
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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 4034 major smaller camps in some forested alone so the problem of climate change is 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 farm lands and if we don't use we spoke to say that these farm lands have been expanded into grazing areas and cattle routes or who for cattle for migration purposes and through that stage 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 southwest where we've seen in the last 2 years hundreds of people have been
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killed governments across 3 south american countries are trying to work out the cause of a massive perth tens of millions of people across argentina uruguay and paragon were left without electricity and seen as power grid collapsed early sunday cutting supplies to the entire country by nightfall some areas in the capital will stay. in the dark with emergency crews helping to direct traffic trains water supplies and internet services were affected the government says the power failure was unprecedented. what we know is that at 7 o 7 in the morning local time a failure occurred in the coastal grid that failure is not abnormal or extraordinary but it is abnormal in the sense that it caused the total power is to know. that i was on my way to eat with a friend but we had to cancel everything there was no subway nothing is working the lack of power is making everything so difficult today is further i just talked to
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a neighbor and he told me his son's won't be able to meet. almost 800 undocumented migrants have been found packed into cargo trucks in mexico about half of them were children the truck drivers have been arrested mexico's government is under pressure from the u.s. to reduce the number of people crossing the border illegally the 2 countries have signed an agreement after u.s. president donald trump threatened to impose tariffs on mexican goods. thought long ago was described as one of the world's most closed countries ruled by a dictatorship with a terrible human rights record 3 years after the death of long time. his successor is being credited with significant reforms but as time passed reports and critics satisfied yet. a newly opened journalism university in tashkent one of the signs of change in a country where hundreds of journalists politicians and activists were jailed
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during the 27 year rule of president islam karimov since he died in 2016 a new wind is blowing in those big he stands with more freedom of speech and dozens of political prisoners released in a well known court case reopened. as campaigned for years for the release of her brother discolor and. he was sentenced in 2017 to 11 years in prison human rights groups said treason charges were fabricated this caller has since been moved from present to a penal colony where we spoke to him on the phone. thanks to our current government at its roots always me and other prisoners has completely changed i hope the reforms will continue or so people can prove their innocence it's not like 2 years ago and now we are treated as humans. who but in son has appealed for his father's release on social media any rules because it has been called the whose
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backs bring the openness and reforms at every place and that creates long awful theory and regime the fact that we hear reporting now is evidence of these changes but some say the old system remains intact except for new faces and a different old. abdulai of was detained by the security services for online publications critical of the government but he was acquitted after going on trial. he says the reform process has stalled does that. even the reforms to hop implemented in the economy and social life have not been finished early 10 to 15 percent to be completed and then is forgotten there is no systematic change expected reforms of the political system change to the constitution but that's not happened surveys show that most blacks are backing president meal so yes reform process but they complain about difficulties such as finding jobs one of the
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government programs aims to make it easier for people to start their own businesses and to attract more foreign investors despite militarily of the reform process general mood according to the also review our counter to the people demonstrating the people of the people who are. supporting what's going on around the world freedom of entrepreneurship more opportunities for them. to run their own business more openness in media and social networking better you are in the religious faith sphere one of the test of political reforms in the stand will be parliamentary elections later this year analysts say more political parties should be allowed to participate to make voting free and fair while human rights groups have urged the government to release all political prisoners freedom has come within reach and
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a coup back in now his court case has been reopened he hopes he will be released soon step rason al-jazeera and. and finally in sports news gary woodland is the new u.s. open golf champion the american sank a knowing me to park to the team at pebble beach to push him out to 30 and he was 3 shots ahead of brooks here who was chasing a 3rd straight u.s. open well done to. your children their arms the whole room the reminder of our top stories a well known member of hong kong's pro-democracy movement has been freed from prison and is joining must protests joshua walls of a short jail sentence for his role in the 2014 umbrella demonstrations that blocked hong kong's major roads for weeks now he's backing calls for the island's beijing
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backed leader to resign rok mcbride has more from hong kong. we're outside the legislative council building which has been the focus of all of these protests hundreds of protesters are still here possibly over a 1000 or 2 and stumm of them still vowing that they won't budge until this controversial bill is is withdrawn and carry land the chief executive resigns in just one came down amongst them almost treated like a rock star if you will that loud applause spoke to the crowd thanking them for pushing forward with their demonstrations apologizing that he couldn't be with them that's understandable he was imprisoned iran is expected to announce further moves shortly to scale back its compliance with the 2050 nuclear deal iran's government already stopped adhering to some elements of the agreement in may after the u.s. withdrew and began reintroducing sanctions iran said it would start enriching uranium at a high level unless the world powers do more to protect its economy. renewed
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fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people merely 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced to flee in the eastern province of it today in the past week or staying in the region in nigeria gunmen have killed at least 34 villagers the attack happened on saturday in the northwestern state of them father hundreds of people have died in the region this. power is being restored across 3 south american countries after a massive blackout tens of millions of people across argentina and uruguay and paraguayan have been left without electricity argentina's power grid collapsed early on sunday cutting supplies to the entire country by nightfall some areas in the capital were still in the dark with emergency crews helping to direct traffic those were the headlines and back with more news in half an hour next on our jazeera it's inside story to stay with us. talk to al jazeera. we
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ask problems in this side of the instability is corruption we listen binns i hadn't been so who are pushing the united states and president trump into conflict we meet with global newsmakers and talk about the stories that matter is there a. problem it's a daunting climb to one of the holiest sites in bhutan. astri seems to defy gravity every beauty's is expected to complete the pilgrimage to ensure peace and happiness when it became a democracy in 2008 the time put happiness at the center of all political policy inspiring the un to pass a resolution urging other nations to follow betimes example but how do you measure it. it's a nice happiness but when hewitt if it is quantifiable of advice simply turning its pursuit into policy bhutan has done what no other country has.
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suspended but not scrapped anger over hong kong's controversial extradition bill isn't going away and protesters are demanding the territories leader step down so how will hong kong deal with growing public discontent and how is it viewed in china this is inside story. hello welcome to the program i'm adrian finnegan a controversial extradition law has been suspended in hong kong but protesters say that's not enough the bill would allow suspects to be sent to mainland china for trial the demonstrators have demanded that it be scrapped completely and now want the territories leader kerry lamb to step down to the chief executives like a prime minister has chosen by committee but that committee is made up of the.
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really probe aging politicians and business leaders the one country 2 systems governance deal with china was meant to protect hong kong semi autonomous status but protesters say their freedoms are under threat and that they'll fight to keep them right mcbride reports from hong kong. if the hong kong government thought its last minute backdown would keep more people at home this was hong kong's answer. protesters filled the length of the route of the march and spilled over into adjoining streets ah well before the show jewel start time the crowds began forming at the starting point they say hong kong's freedoms within china are being further eroded and a calling on the chief executive kerry lamb to quit and we will not stop until we get true democracy in hong kong because even in parallel with that dollar the system is still unfair we do not have through the month a real we do not have
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a election most protesters will black to show their anger towards lam and the hong kong police and many carried white flowers in memory of a man who fell to his death the night before the march while putting up a protest banner. the incident adding to a sense of bitterness towards a government they say doesn't listen to them i don't think the government listen to us but at least we know we have the staying out does carry a lamb support your city. your face of course our said that's our biggest star in the world they may have a joke with every so i think the government is better now. this is the 2nd major march in as many weeks protesting against a controversial extradition bill the government has been trying to introduce critics say it would allow china to extradite political opponents to face summary
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trial in mainland courts protesters want that bill withdrawn altogether. and they're also angry at the way the police dealt with last week's occupation of streets around the local legislative council building the organizers have made this not just about the ad. tradition bell but also a protest against what they say was the excessive use of force by police in breaking up what was largely a peaceful demonstration last wednesday some of the most violent scenes on hong kong streets in years kerry lamb has promised to consult more closely with hong kong people over the proposed legislation and insists she hears their voices today it must be difficult not to hear the. public pride al-jazeera hong kong. so let's introduce our panel for the days to scuttle from hong kong we're joined by emily lau former chairperson of hong kong's democratic party from beijing i know
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tangan a political analyst specializing in china and from steve sang director of the china institute at the school of oriental and african studies good to have you with us all of you emily let's start with you how much longer can carry lamb survive as hong kong's leader why are people so angry with her in particular. well i don't know i think people who march today day or demanded her resignation and also of course demand that they withdraw of the bill immediately but unfortunately she didn't hurt respond in the evening she just used she did not even come out to meet the press she just issue a statement saying offering an apology and that is too little too late i think the people are very angry steve tsang china's foreign ministry has publicly backed lam she says that china's leaders have confidence in my judgment and will support me is
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beijing going to 2nd beijing we'll get her view will be forward end of her term but beijing will not remove her right away there is a need for beijing to save face and have for people who have to or push really and or scary lamb but bait in really were. i really am would not have backed down yet. and basically suspended you in. an attack and you've heard what both steve and emily said how embarrassing is this climbdown for beijing was it instigated by of aging. highly doubtful i mean beijing is trying to keep an eye on the situation they rely on carey lamb to take control and to manage things and i think they're deeply disappointed i would agree
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with my colleague from england that this is going to be a situation where they will back her now but probably look for a replacement before the term has ended emily after sunday's processed what happens next will will public anger in hong kong subside will the legislation do you think be brought back once things have calmed down or will it be allowed to rocks like 2003 xp article 23 national security will well if kerry lamb refuses to withdraw the bill as soon as possible i think the anger will not subside and it is very stupid and i understand that the probating legislators are also very nervous and one of them cried according to a newspaper when they had a meeting yesterday because they were very afraid of elections coming up local elections in this november and then a legislative council election in september next year and they are very afraid that
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they will lose the election because they know that many hokum people are hopping mad so if kerry does nothing and just throw out an apology i don't think that's enough and i think the commotion that the their anger and the demonstrations will continue emily were was this just badly thought out legislation. as kerry lamb has implied or do you suspect that there was something more sinister to it. well i don't know i think now 1st of all i think this thing was scary lem's making because i don't think beijing forced it on her kerry land use the taiwan homicide case to say oh we want to find a solution not just for the taiwan case but also for mainland and macau and she's totally underestimated the sensitivity of the issue and also the hong kong people's
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fear of the communists and then when the whole thing now developed like this of course i think beijing must be unhappy at 1st if they thought that she could solve the rendition problem that's great but now they saw that you know this whole thing has attracted so much international attention and then today they met the n.p.c. delegates the national people's congress telling gays and and the. and the other rubber stamps went to the chinese liaison office and they told them they said oh in the last few days they were 68 statements issued by foreign governments so of course they care about international public opinion and i hope the international community will continue to look at what's happening in hong kong and the media will continue to report wall to wall of what's happening here ok we'll talk more about the international reaction just
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a moment 1st steve. clear up. the situation surrounding kerry lamb was this situation entirely of her own making she says her only errors were in communication she insists that she isn't beijing's profits were she encouraged though do you think by beijing to push this legislation through so quickly. i think it is a very very large extends to every lambs making i really don't see every lamb just paid things pockets and killing except the assume was told by a tame my reading is that baiting a for a general instruction or request to carry a lamb which is to put in place the legal framework for the rendition all tilted to mainland us who use hong kong safe haven or the e.u. gotten dates then tevye them make
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a very close critical judgment and widen the scope of the lol which would in fact make people in hong kong as well as one of those working in hong kong or even coffee food on kong was 10 surely subject to being renditioned to china to face times to respect them and that is where everything starts going wrong as you keep on making a huge number of mistakes in terms of the example they use of force by the police force and her refill so to apologize properly and even when she make them as they meant to retract she put the safety of police officers had all her citizens it is not somebody who has any sense of what a political leader needs to be by not trying a president she is a leader who tolerates failures by those around him by officials do do you do you
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honestly think that lambs position is safe is it only a matter of time before she is replaced. i've already answered that earlier i do think that there will be an examination of exactly how she put this but let's change the narrative a little bit this idea that having an extradition treaty with taiwan macau and china is 20 years overdue this would be like puerto rico and the united states not having ability to extradite murderers and rapists now what was actually put on the table was quite reasonable in fact much more reasonable than the 20 other extradition treaties that hong kong has with other countries including the united states the united states the only threshold is that it's punishable by a year or more what was on the table by carrie lamb and i agree she did not communicate it well was this idea that nothing political nothing valving tax or religion would be things any crime have to be punishable by more than 7 years
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hardly something that is threatening the daily existence of hong kong people and then on the other hand you have people like former legislator lao strident voices who are calling for all sorts of perceived wrongs but there is absolutely no end game this is lemmings running off a cliff and destroying home call in the process on kong's recent. over the last 2030 years of the reason they have done well is because of china acting as a gateway now it has different competitors and chan's and shanghai and even in beijing and terms of the capital and financial markets this is not the time to be rocking the boat it should have been a time in which people like miss laos should be telling people that you have to be practical about what the situation is hong kong is part of china it is not going to
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float away emily lau what do you make of the. well i think most of us accept that we are part of the people's republic of china and we want this policy of one country 2 systems which bating foisted on us we didn't create it beijing force it on us and britain also agree in 1907 when they handed us over to communist rule but under one country 2 systems of course hope all will continue should continue to thrive as an international business and financial center but the people will also continue to enjoy the free lifestyle person no safety the rule of law independence of the judiciary these are things we enjoy under british colonial rule and as chris patten said just at the handover the law was amended to ensure there's
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a file war which separate us from the communist regime so that we you know the chinese legal system would not come into our own kong but what this extra british extradition bill proposes to do is to drive a truck through the fire wall create a big hole then we don't have our legal system anymore so it's one country one system and a homecoming people we want it to be a business and financial center but we want our core values to be preserved person no safety civil liberties and the rule of law steve saying we're currently watching lemmings running to the cliff edge says. look at london there's nothing to stop people from relocating their operations post breaks when conditions change the same is true of hong kong what do you make of that. i think that it's at the top but it told them of straight hong kong he's in that bit of a very tight corner not at the moment and i take my head all. the people in hong
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kong in the way i have been standing up for their own value and then they outweight like and you have been in a very reasonable way. in he'll reason why she jinping and the chinese government can back off all the current situation is that the demonstrators not go on the speech the same. people think they could not say we are close to communes model is simply for what we are here from being our basic. weight of life and to our children now that is something which a lot of times governments. tactically. over till now so say you straight over to turn iran where the country's atomic
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energy agency is making a statement on its dealings with the nuclear deal of 2015 that the u.s. pulled out on the sanctions that iran is experiencing at the moment let's listen to what they are going to do carried out in the nuclear industry and in the implementation of the directives by the. president and national security council and other higher authorities. that our atomic energy agency has received and i was also going to provide you with a report on the progress of measure of how that this heavy water facility. our engineers and experts. after both areas. factory and
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heavy water reactor will also provide the reports. to the progress that has been made. and also what comes with general issues i will provide you with some details . in relation to the. decisions that have been taken by the national security council of tech county you're aware of the fact that. directors were given to the atomic energy organization of iran. there are 300 kilogram commitment for you've. increased from that unlike off. commitment to lack of accepting their commitment to . supply. this to outside the country. within just make it public of iran. was supposed to provide the supplies to the
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international market. and the 2nd phase comes the 2nd phase. i'm not sure whether we will touch upon that. enter that or not it has to do with the decision to just say pureed specifically european countries there have been meetings and visits. and there have been discussions of what is evident is that for us within our atomic energy organization there our leaders whatever decision they make will implement them. where they got to the fact that. we're now as i said have been towns facilities. and we're going to increase it by for the 4th time to increase uranium enrichment for time. production by 4 times. and also has been increased recently. you can get the countdown has
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a started actually started from 10 today for 10 days. for the on the 10 day of the count date i.e. on the 27th of june the 6th of march. from the synagogue 300 kilograms we will increase who will go farther from that ceiling of 300 kilograms not only that but we are also increased production dust equally and. after we. passed the level of trying to claw grams the pace and the speed for enrich uranium production. rate will also increase when it comes to the heavy water as you are aware. do to the developers that have done the fall that here within this facility here. you will get from miller's letter we are now consumers of heavy water. different kinds of
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applications for instance. the f.t. g m the pits machine new russian research. and. another medical area including. screening of funds from stands. up to $57.00 kinds of diseases can be discovered that the beginning of the. birth stage of any infant diseases that come for example later on during the adult life can. cause problems they can be diagnosed in front of a stage. experts and this news will also provide. as for the details about this there will be a very good presentation and i to commend all of you. see that and then listen to that and reported in your media coverage. it will make our people heartened and
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happy and proud to see that we have had so much progress. only one or 2 countries have had progress on achievement or. high tech level of that kind we can say that. most of them already you are applied in pharmaceutical industry and their and their country as well need for that is there will increase and. currently. i would defend research centers that we have we are actually providing them with this kind of material previously we. import that from outside. i'm saying to you know tend future. even the rate of consumption within the country will be at a rate. that might not be even needing to export them to outside
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countries even heavy water for example at this. stage so if we come parrot for example to gas. if we. friend stand 6 port a friend some materials off gas. canonically it might be. good for instance if you compare it to the aereo you'll get familiar later on with what i'm saying where. the commitment that we had before the markets that we had found. both in terms of our commitments and also in terms of the market that we're going to protect. we might have a trend. if you think a $130.00 rate of $130.00 is not our target. if. they're wet when it comes to their economic advantages
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and we're going to explore things we will plan it. and so that we develop this industry so that we won't have to export. and out there by products for example oxygen 18. 1 gram of this. is. one kilo eggs and one kilogram of example $30000.00. this material. as far as. as far as. the 2nd stage is concerned i should say that we are waiting for this agenda for our officials and we still have time the time for the europeans is there's enough time for the europeans if they decide. in the past or so they had
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this approach and this time. one year off the strategic patience passed and then another 2 months. and. they do not want if they don't do anything during this period or money or they want but they cannot do it whatever the reason is. it is it has to do with technical issues technical capabilities or abilities or or there are issues that have to do for example today or not may be able to resist power from hire from a stronger countries imposing upon them if they indirectly if they are saying that they're not able to do anything. over our missile front affairs as responsible for this of course they're actually in contact and mr smith came and
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they had a meeting with mr adachi. good wars are still. going on but this topic of what if iran cannot wait any further for what they're going to do in practice one point i'm going to refer to here is this specifically for europeans i doubt if. the 2 majors a so the are going to take place a longer time and during differences stage. their futures to the 3.620 percent rate to. it is not going to more time one or 2 more days for example if you are going to do something. after sick after 60 days then they will have more $660.00 or more days. you're watching are because there
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are these are live pictures coming from iraq where iran's atomic energy a good energy organization is giving its statement of what it intends to do in the coming days with regards to its uranium enrichment it is saying that it will continue to enrich uranium up to the 300 kilogram limit that is agreed with the j c p a way but they will increase that development in the coming days. it's 100 hours you're watching g.m. t.v. you know you're watching it is over 800 hours g.m.t. you're watching al-jazeera live from lines how it plans to further scale back its compliance with the nuclear agreement that the u.s. abandoned. watching on to their arms the whole raman live in doha coming up in the next 30
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minutes. exactly which. actually. pressure builds on hong kong's leader as a popular democracy activist leaves jail enjoys mass protests. i think violence kills dozens and forces thousands from their homes in the democratic republic of congo. and contenders for the u.k.'s next prime minister clash in a t.v. debate but why wasn't the frontrunner. welcome to the program iran's atomic atomic energy organization says it plans to increase uranium enrichment by 4 times iran's government already stopped adhering to some elements of the agreement in may the u.s. withdrew and began reintroducing sanctions iran said it would start and rich in uranium at a higher level unless world powers who are sticking by the nuclear deal do more to
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protect its economy dr de bar is our correspondent was also listening in to that press conference from iraq and joins me from tehran and also really to cut a long story short it seems that the iranians are make it very clear that they intend to increase their uranium production certainly by june the 27th. i don't think it's going to be let's. join our guest here as well in the studio early for to learn is a visiting fellow brookings doha center joins me here good to have you with us on the program of course there can be always a little bit lost in translation in what was the what we just heard from iraq but the ball part conversation from iran is that we are going to increase our production and that is going to a lot not only washington d.c.
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but also european powers yes is actually part of this iran is tragedy that has started months ago in terms of reactivating parts of its nuclear program and the aim is to increase the bargaining leverage that iran has and on the other side the aim is also to put increasing pressure on europe because the 60 day ultimatum by to iran to europe is going to stop them going to kick in in a few weeks so this is more symbolic than substantial because iran is not going to commit to any violation but this is a signal primarily to europe to put more efforts in providing iran with economic benefits and in. instax in terms of the amount of uranium that iran can produce and enrich is for international viewers what sort of levels are we talking about how many kilograms can they actually produce without breaking the agreements as they announce are not going to break the agreement there are going to go as far
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as possible to the threshold because when they break the agreement they will lose european support and for now this is not the iranian strategy to completely you know go for a clear violation and break of the agreement how much pressure does this really put all new europeans because of one level we've had for example the german foreign minister in iran last week we had the japanese prime minister there trying to find a way forward in terms of negotiations between tehran and washington d.c. . iran is pushing and pushing to get the europeans to move to find a way of helping them protect them do you see any movement to not use in anything positive happening well it's still is very difficult because what is lacking is obviously european political will to stand up to the entire design of sanctions by the united states and the compliance regime this time around with the u.s. sanctions on iran is quite heavy or that it was it used to be the case so it's very
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difficult for the europeans to deliver what the iranians want on the other hand we have the prime minister of japan's visit to tehran as you mentioned and the iranian supreme leader actually rejected this kind of mediation offer so you know the situation remains quite tense and what we would hope for is that those kind of actions will signal to a lot of international players that diplomacy should be the way forward but for now unfortunately we don't see much hopeful signs indeed in terms that diplomacy to a certain extent we've seen a u.s. military buildup and then also the u.s. president saying he's willing to talk the iranians saying we won't talk if we're going to be pressured and threatened militaristic fashion yet there are avenues to talk with any willing to talk to the europeans it is a very complicated jigsaw puzzle of trying to get people to talk to each other how
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much of it is public and how much of it is behind closed doors that's a very good question because. the iranian supreme leader publicly at least publicly rejected the mediation effort by sheens arbet the prime minister of japan but i think the iranians have never last received the message from trump and may be in a secret fashion there was some kind of response we do not know so on the public level they want to signal that they remain. steadfast resistance is the way forward and iran is not going to blink. in all this kind of poker game which is dangerous there might be secret side to it as well and it was sure to follow that's very close to our no doubt thank you for joining us here in the larger thank you so let's go to another of our top stories here on al-jazeera
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a well known member of hong kong's pro-democracy movement has been freed from prison and is vowing to join mass protests joshua wang served a short jail sentence for his role in the 2014 umbrella demonstrations that blocked hong kong's major roads for weeks now he's backing calls for the island's beijing backed leader to resign. what we asked for is such urge carolan. executive should withdraw extradition. and what we try to do is just through civil disobedience and direct action and let the whole world lead the international community to realize that our hong kong people will not keep silent under the suppression of president xi and the ship executive caroline. organizers say up to $2000000.00 protesters rallied in hong kong on sunday in the latest demonstration against an extradition will be learned
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and would allow criminal suspects to be sent to mainland china for trial it's been shelled for now. well let's cross over now to rob a bride to send hong kong rob joshua one really is becoming a formidable voice and personality and very central now to this story that's evolving from hong kong. that's right saheli i mean during the berlin movement he was very much the poster child if you like of that particular movement he is now considered by many people involved in this particular movement almost as a veteran but the advanced years of nearly 23 years old it tells you just how young some of the students are some of the secondary school students who were taken taking part in these protests he has been along here to the legislative council complex where there is still an ongoing rolling protest where he was treated almost like a rock star he was out why that each year he stood up on
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a set of steps and gave a very accomplished speech leading the chants there calling for this legislation to be removed also calling for harry lam to resign the chief executive. very much giving a message that the students should carry on and thank you them for their efforts now it has to be said that throughout the day the number of students here young people has been fluctuating but jet gradually building and there are i think in this complex maybe up to a few 1000 people it has emptied out in the last few minutes and that because a few minutes ago the word went up that we're on the move and they have all now circulated around here around to the chief executives office that is on the other side of this complex they are walking very slowly very peacefully but it looks like they're going to be standing out. side they're carrying lambs office calling for her resignation it's not even known though if she is in there at the moment indeed
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of course talking a carrier she certainly has the backing of beijing but it seems that the actions and her statements over the weekend have potentially weakened her. position as chief executive in the eyes of many on the island i mean how weak issue and could she be forced to resign is that a distinct possibility. i think there's been an awful lot of criticism of her and how much integrity she has left and how much it would have a reputation has been damaged by this also a lot of questions i think about her political judgment is worth bearing in mind that kerry lamb is a career civil servant she has spent her whole career serving in the civil service here in hong kong she's not a natural politician and there has been a lot of questioning on her judgment even by a lot of pro establishment figures now you say she has the support of beijing and that certainly is true in public and certainly she was their pick 2 years ago when
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she took over from her previous sessa who is extremely popular with the people of hong kong he. was very much the hate figure of the umbrella movement of 5 years ago and carry land was seen as the kind of figure that people could rally behind she was quite capable she was quite likable but i think her performance in this whole issue has led to a lot a lot of questions about judgment and also her tone she has seemed at times to be aloof almost sense of arrogance in her style which is worked against her and when you have nearly 2000000 people who through the streets of the city that you're meant to be in charge of calling for you to resign to quit that doesn't do much for your feeling of self-confidence and doesn't and of course we will continue to monitor events with you through the day rob abroad there our correspondent in hong kong. well fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has
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killed at least 160 people over the past week 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced from their homes in the eastern province of a 230 again exclusive access to one of the villages there was a turned a small. this is what's left of mark both village in bunia in the north east of democratic republic of congo fighters attacked it overnight looting and burning several houses at least 40 villages and more than $100.00 houses were destroyed in violence between the lendu and hemet tribes and the militias this week members of the hamill community say then do assailants came to their homes armed with machetes members of the lendu tribe and now occupy these villages community leaders say lender rebels blocks roads as a way to control the area. be ready to live in peace without him and neighbors despite many youth in our community who have lost their minds and committed unfortunate actions we call on our youth to come back and live in peace with
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everyone and. the government is calling for calm. we are aware of the killings that have taken place against civilians in this area the only message for you as victims is that we must investigate and make sure those responsible will be punished the un peacekeepers and congolese armed forces have deployed teams to assess the situation they've also strengthened their presence in the area by setting up 3 temporary military bases but the congolese army has been unable to control the rebel groups its soldiers and police have been attacked some killed while trying to stop the tribal fighting some rebels also targeted a u.n. helicopter. the situation here is tense they have the community accuses the government of not protecting them they've been protesting against the violence calling for more to be done to stop the killings. the current situation is a responsibility of the national government it must. and more troops on the ground to fight against the militias in order to stabilize the situation the violence has
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forced thousands of people to flee their homes seeking refuge elsewhere on friday and saturday alone more than 6000 displaced people arrived at this camp in bunia many living in difficult conditions with the bare minimum. i wonder if we have an authority or president in this country even after the elections and the new president people are still dying like animals. and the 2 camps set up here are already at full capacity. we've been complaining to the authorities and partnership of the displaced people started arriving at this camp so we can organize how to assist them properly but nothing has happened now there are more people than the cup come hold and living conditions for people. is it eerie is one of the largest provinces in democratic republic of congo it has large diamonds and gold reserves the fight for control of the area is fueling the violence and a longstanding dispute between the ham
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a cattle herders and lendu farmers tens of thousands of congolese have been killed in the cycle of reprisal attacks and camps like this are becoming a permanent home for many really mohammed al jazeera. will still have here on al-jazeera will have more or iran about its announcement that it stepping up you raney of enrichment as it looks further away from the 2015 nuclear deal. the west sponsored by cattle alway's. hello again or welcome back here in the national weather forecast where we have seen plenty of stormy weather here across parts of europe some of it has caused power outages widespread damage and even some deaths have been reported because of the storms now are still skin to see some storms down here across parts of the balkans here on monday the temperatures are
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still quite high across the region into the low thirty's plenty of moisture to it we are going to be seeing some rain up here towards the north where we are seeing a break though today is going to be in the evening here across much of the west where we've seen a lot of stormy weather as well and you were across france down through parts of switzerland even down here to spain but it's really going to last one day because as we go towards tuesday the temperatures are going to start to rise we're going to start to get more moisture coming into play here but we are going to start to pick up some spotty showers across the region so take advantage of monday tuesday is going to get a little cloudy or as well as a little rainier there too where across parts of northern africa not a lot of weather to talk about we are seeing a lot of clear skies across much of the coast where the weather is across parts of northern algeria into tunisia here we could see some embedded showers there over the next few days tunis here on monday a cloudy day if you a $27.00 degrees but gazi though it is going to be plenty of sun with a temperature of $31.00 degrees there. the weather is sponsored by cattle
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and always it's my privilege to name al-jazeera english the broadcaster of the year the cartels are fighting each other and we've been told that we can tell you this is the largest demonstration that's been held by their refugees since over 700 dollars each year some of the americans who was on the front here all they think of the big plastic here. al-jazeera english crown recipients of the new christian broadcaster of the year award for this. book about you watching al-jazeera with musical rom a reminder of our top stories the iranian atomic agency says the country will break
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its uranium stockpile limit set by the 2050 nuclear deal in 10 days time. also the face of hong kong's pro-democracy movement has been freed from jail joshua long is now joining massive protests against extradition charges changes that would allow people to be sent to mainland china to trial and renewed fighting between ethnic groups in the democratic republic of congo has killed at least 160 people in the 40 villages were destroyed and more than 100000 people have been forced to flee in the eastern province of to read in the past week. so let's get more on our top story have calls iran statement that it's going to start continuing to enrich more you raney more correspondent also jabari joins us now from tehran it's what we were expecting. but it's sort of still pushing the boundaries as far as teheran is concerned but leaving it still open to negotiation.
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yes certainly somehow we've been hearing from the spokesperson of iran's atomic energy agency who is still speaking in iraq which is just south of around 250 or 280 kilometers south of tehran has been saying that iran will continue its production of low enriched uranium at the level of 3.67 percent that's been agreed upon in the 2015 nuclear agreement but he's very clear that if the europeans don't hold up their end of the deal within the coming weeks the iranians are in the position to increase their percentage that is something that it will be up to the leaders of iran to decide the spokesperson also said that we've heard a lot of good words from the europeans but we have not seen any action yet they have of course been giving a 60 day deadline that was issued by iranian president hassan rouhani on may 8th it's coming up in less than 3 around 3 weeks that line so the europeans will have
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to come up with some proposal about how to save this nuclear deal because the rains are saying they've held up their end of the bargain according to the i.a.e.a. they are going forward with what they've agreed to but the europeans after the withdrawal of the united states last year haven't done anything to try and revive iran's economy so they're very very anxious to hear what the europeans will come back what of course is a delicate time in the region itself both online and see with sort of the political rhetoric of the military rhetoric really being ratcheted up. yes certainly in the past few days of course we've seen those incidents in the gulf of oman which the united states have blamed iran and iran has categorically denied any involvement the iranian president at a coast summit just a few days ago said that the insecurity in this region is due to the fact that the united states has withdrawn from the nuclear agreement that they are forcing
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economic sanctions and wage an economic war on iran and they are bullying essentially the international community the european countries included there preventing them from conducting business with the iranians in this situation is creating a very hostile environment in the region so they're holding the americans solely responsible for what is happening for the moment to do also we'll leave it there of course continue to follow events with you from tehran thank you let's stay in the region because yemen's who through verbal say that they've targeted a saudi port with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has neither confirmed nor denied the attack on port close to the border on saturday a military spokesman for the who these want people to stay away from airports in saudi arabia and the united arab emirates. small from sanaa. how things have once again at. ports and i see your province for the 4th
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time in a week. is likely to target the. oil station the gas station the roof fuels of the. airplanes especially as the saudi arabia's authorities have now nst in the previous attack in the 3rd attack that we have intercepted the messiah that was going to attack the gas station so far we can't give me no more details about the what they have targeted this time but the the how with the seems adamant continue their attacks on international airports in order to what they described to put more pressure on riyadh to left its ban on the sun our international airport which has been under such sage for nearly 3 years. civilians are not allowed to use this approach. they are only
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forced to use the faraway airports and say you own and aden which makes it difficult for patients also the attacks have become dangerous for civilians in saudi territories personally that the the whole of these have announced that the will continue their attacks on saudi international airports until the fulfill their demands the yemenis in general have also been suffering from the saudi arrest strikes on the yemeni territories so both civilians from both countries are now become under the risk of being attacked by these retaliatory operations from both sides hopefully that the the many who are saudi arabia will support the agreement which war which was signed in. last year the.
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peace deal would continue to contribute in achieving a realizing the compressive peace agreements especially when forcing both warring sides to return back to the negotiating table to resolve their differences peacefully. officials from iran afghanistan pakistan and the united nations are meeting in the pakistani capital islamabad to talk about how they can better help afghan refugees who are being sent home to laura but mostly takes a look at the numbers afghan refugees who fled war conflict drought and natural disasters often found themselves in neighboring iran and pakistan more than 2000000 afghans left in the last 6 years 1500000 went to iran and nearly half a 1000000 to pakistan but since the beginning of this year more than 2 100000 people have come back from iran about 70000 were deported this year
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the u.n. agency for migration expects a return of more than half a 1000000 people to afghanistan the u.n. says demand for afghan labor in iran has drastically foreign and that's largely because of political and economic problems and just over 20000 afghans have come back from pakistan the u.n. warns more than a 1000000 may face deportation this year. in 2018 these were recorded as the top 5 regions that afghans returned to they included nunca how possible for this crisis more and more cattle herders are moving inwards or inland as the area in the north or the area north becomes drier and drier so they move their cattle and as a result of movement of these cattle the sort of drive their catalyst through farmlands if we don't use we spoke to say that these farm lands have been expanded into
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grazing areas and cattle groups or hooch marked for cattle for migration purposes and through that stage set the stage of conflict between the 2 sides and now the conflict has moved from the arab 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 now the candidates hoping to become britain's next prime minister her faced off in a televised debate there was a notable exception though boris johnson who is considered to be the favorite over here what explains why from london. thanks in the end it was a show without its leading man with no sign of boris johnson the front runner in the u.k. leadership contest his absence at this televised debate collaring lee obviously leaving the rest of the candidates to stay why they should become the next conservative party leader and by default u.k.
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prime minister and with the opportunity to take a flight at an absent johnson where is boris if his team won't allow him out to debate with 5 pretty friendly colleagues how's he going to fare with $27.00 european countries the conundrum that is brecht's it and what to do about it of course dominated the debate argued for bracks it right from the beginning i led the leave campaign i will deliver bracks it a responsible prime minister would prepare for a new deal and i think if we prepare properly which we haven't done the 3 years that it will actually bring on a deal and that's the best way to end this uncertainty to actually have that deal this leadership contest is an issue of trust and the only one i believe who can be trusted to get us out by the end of october i mean this is in the 1st ballot of this contest boris johnson britain's paul more foreign minister secured a $114.00 votes from with parties m.p. is nearest rival receive just 3 johnson defended his refusal to take part in
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a debate by saying he was staying away because the public had had enough of the party infighting tourism a got the top job back in 2016 when her final withdrew from the leadership race some called it a coronation contenders in this latest battle a determined that won't happen again saying the path won't be cleared for boris johnson to get the keys to downing street they are not going to get a different deal we all know that whoever does win will have to do what a reason may fail to do and deliver britain's exit from the e.u. rarely though in conservative leadership contest is the big. actually when if we were talking about why the vote where the public were involved then maybe you know you would see people like we steward who did win the room today i think he would have a bit more popular support i don't think he has that much support when it comes to party members who are very much i think embarrasses cam the perspective leaders
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will hope delap done enough to win more though the head of the next ballot on tuesday despite his absence here some still till the leadership is boris johnson's to win or throw away and he would out just there and on to. home so horribly reminder of our top stories iranian atomic agency says the country will exceed its uranium stockpile dail limits set by the 2015 nuclear deal in 10 days time iran's government says it stopped at a hearing to some of the winds of the agreement in may a year after the u.s. withdrew and began reintroducing sentients iran wants world powers who are sticking by the nuclear deal to do more to protect its commie. a well known member of hong kong's pro-democracy movement has been freed from prison and designed to join mass protests joshua wong's served a short jail sentence for his role in the 2014 umbrella demonstrations that block
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tongue calls a major roads for weeks now he's backing calls for the islands of beijing backed leader to resign rob mcbride has more from hong kong. where outside the legislative council building which has been the focus of all of these protests hundreds of protesters are still here possibly over a 1000 or 2 and stumm of them still vowing that they won't budge until this controversial bill is is withdrawn and carry land the chief executive resigns in just one came down amongst them almost treated like a rock star if you will that loud applause spoke to the crowds thanking them for pushing forward with their demonstrations apologizing that he couldn't be with them that's understandable he was imprisoned you haven't seen the rebels say they've targeted a saudi airport with a drone for the 4th time since wednesday riyadh has neither confirmed nor denied the attack on the port close to the yemeni border on saturday
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a military spokesman for the who these want people to stay away from airports in saudi arabia and the united arab emirates. and renewed 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 in the past week and gunmen have killed at least 34 villages in nigeria's north west and status of hundreds of people have died in the region this year those were the headlines about with more news in half an hour here on al-jazeera next it's talk 12 do stay with us. i'm counting the cost and. where it all goes wrong for modi so soon after his landslide election victory no longer the world far but you know china disrupted the multi-billion dollar global way from the street counting the costs. to. the.
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overarching national goal is to join the european union prime minister doesn't think the country is ready for membership partly because its political institutions are underdeveloped that has been on display in the past week as political parties have disagreed on when to hold local elections nationwide they were scheduled for june 30th the opposition democratic party now wants that date pushed back and hasn't fielded mayoral candidates the ruling socialists. want to proceed regardless with the candidates they've registered.

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