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it's been a difficult week for relations between the u.k. and the united states after leaked messages from britain's ambassador to washington were published and now another batch of leaked diplomatic cables critical of president donald trump have been made public. joining us from london how damning are these latest batch of leaks story. well what has been released this sunday in the newspaper the mail on sunday and i have it here is the yes as you say the latest batch of the diplomatic leaks and they come from kim darrick who was until quite recently the u.k.'s ambassador to the united states and these leaks are essentially cables that he wrote back to his governments in london saying what he thought of donald trump and it's not particularly pleasant what he thought of donald trump the latest round of these leaks says that he thinks kim
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darrick that trump got rid of the iran deal walked away from the iran deal because he thought that it was a bomber's deal and he doesn't like obama so basically it's out of spite he thought that trump walked away from it and kim darragh calls this an act of diplomatic vandalism now the leaking of these cables has been at. the seriously impactful event i think in british diplomacy in british politics over the last week and a half or so it has shaken the british diplomatic service because they now don't trust that what they say in confidentiality will stay that way if an ambassador can't write home to his government saying that what he really thinks of what's going on in the country that he's posted to without fear of that making its way into the press then the ambassador is probably going to temper what he or she says
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and that's no way to conduct foreign affairs really then you also have the impact that this is had on the u.k. u.s. relationship is dented it severely donald trump was very outspoken against him derek basically cold shouldered him said he wasn't going to work with this guy anymore and that effectively led to derek's resignation and then you also have. but the way that this is affecting freedom of speech debates in the u.k. this is now a criminal investigation to try and find this leak supposedly according to another newspaper the identity of the leaker has been has been found out well that we don't know who it is yet but yeah this is the same the shock waves throughout the british establishment ok rory chance thank you once more ahead on the al-jazeera news hour including. calls for justice tens of thousands rally in sudan
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to mark 40 days since a violent crackdown by security forces we'll have more from the u.s. is tropical storm barry moves slowly inland and can roger federer make it 21 grand slam titles peter has the latest from the wimbledon final. but 1st u.s. immigration and customs agents are expected to raid homes in 10 u.s. cities protests have been held in philadelphia and elsewhere against the raids president donald trump told reporters that potentially 2000 undocumented immigrants will be detained the u.s. president said the aim is to get criminals out of the u.s. and put them in prison where they came from john hendren is joining us from washington d.c. what more can you tell us about what immigration officials are doing. well the administration initially said that millions of people were going to be deported
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they said this was going to happen in june and president trump said he put it off until now and then announce that it would be today on sunday when this would happen here in the united states that 2000 people who've been given final deportation orders in major cities across the u.s. would be raided by immigrations and customs enforcement officials now it's important that those are in big cities because republicans generally have their base in rural areas and there are plenty of undocumented immigrants in those rural areas performing agricultural and other jobs but in the big cities those are generally run by democrats and that is part of the reason that the president seems to be targeting those specific cities places like los angeles houston new york baltimore chicago and the mayors of those cities are fighting back the mayor of chicago has denied the immigrations and customs enforcement agency from having the
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police databases to use to track down these people other mayors are warning people that they don't have to let these ice officials in unless they have a warrant with their name on it that allows them to enter the home but the head of the custom of the immigrations and customs enforcement agency was on one of the morning talk shows today he was pressed on this he didn't give a lot of detail but this is what he said. but what's going on why is the president telegraphing a big new effort to to deport well look if we don't have interior enforcement we don't have deterrents then people think they can get by that 1st line just as you described earlier and they're done it's over well it isn't over and over a 1000000 people in this country have who are here illegally have gone through extensive due process have removal orders and have not left that how many of those people are going to how many people are you going to forcefully well we'll we'll see we'll see. how many rolls on with and it's it shows how far we've fallen that
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it's even news that ice is doing its job this is their job every day is in blow it will in fact the numbers are far fewer. under you are fewer people being deported oh that's right president trump and under president obama that's correct. now ken ken cuccinelli there seems to be suggesting that they've telegraphed this ahead of time as a way of deterring people but it's highly unusual for a law enforcement agency to do this to tell people it's coming for them usually these raids happen in the dead of night and they don't tell people about it ahead of time but it's really it's really part of the trick of getting trump. allowing the president to state to his base that he's really following up on his promise to crack down on immigration and he's followed up with some tweets today criticizing democratic congresswoman there are 4 of them he said it's interesting to see the progressive democratic congresswoman who originally came from countries whose
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governments are a complete and total catastrophe loudly and viciously telling the people of the united states how to how our government is to be run he goes on to say why don't they go back and help fix the broken system in crime infested places from which they came he in fact he's talking about 4 democratic congresswoman only one of them omar is was born in another country that was somalia the other were born in detroit the bronx in new york and chicago but the president is heating up this rhetoric in this campaign season and that is really rattling his base and spreading pervasive fear among immigrants across the u.s. right ok john hendren thank you. now the united arab emirates has recruited at least $500.00 troops affiliated to yemen's transitional council assessment as the organization in the south to be trained in abu dhabi the move follows the announcement of the u.a.e. as parcel withdrawal from yemen senior officials are describing it as
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a redeployment and insists they remain committed to the saudi u.a.e. coalition which has been fighting what the rebels since 2015. has more from yemen's capital it stop. this kind of also recruitment has taken part in previous times it's not the 1st time for the united arab emirates to recruit people from the south also saudi arabia is involved in such recruitment of yemeni people from south areas and also from ties to defend its borders in the south of its country. regarding also the. the question about the. discount of recruitment and also the united arab emirates a withdrawal from areas in the north of yemen as it has already withdrawn from and double manned. according to reports the in these areas
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saudi officers have replaced united arab emirates officers in these regions which are strategic regions over log on the red sea whiston yemen so the strategic babbin manned and also moca where the united arab emirates have extensively invested and also backed the saudi led qualification in its fight against the whole of these in the worst cost line of all who they are many observations believe such a withdrawal will waken the quality. i'll turn serve on and they do but others say that this will support the sweden peace agreement that was signed in stockholm last december even though the united arab emirates have during the saudi that qualification in order to reinstate the former president or 3 green stay
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the president are durable and sort of had the which is the hose the president of the legitimate government recognized by the world but on the ground many observers wondering. why the united arab emirates is supporting the transitional council which is calling for this is session of the south of yemen from the north this is contradictory to the main goal of the quality in which is supporting the internationally recognized government so dan's military genter has appealed against a court decision to restore mobile internet services they were blocked for more than a month after a violent crackdown on protests demanding civilian rule a transition deal between the military and the pro-democracy coalition has been agreed in principle but as yet to be signed in the meantime protesters are refusing to be silenced as for morgan reports. there the same chance which were heard at the
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sit in at army headquarters in her home last month 40 days after the military attack on the city him the chance are being repeated nationwide the protesters demanding justice not only for the dozens of protesters who were killed then but also for the lives lost in the months before our daily struggles with. their yearly. now we feel they need from the standard actor or from their families that are going to bury your very sure back in march or fight will be in the soup and we have to bring back the justice for. order to look. the sit in started in april following months of protests demanding the resignation of president obama and the sheer he was ousted by a military coup but the sitting continued as protest leaders known as the forces of
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freedom and change held talks with the gentile talks broke down in disagreements about who should be the joint transitional government. on june 3rd security forces stormed the peaceful protest camp outside the army headquarters so then central doctors' committee which is allied with protesters said more than 100 people were killed and hundreds others injured the government said the total was $61.00 talks between the protest leaders and the agent to resume a month after the attack and the 2 sides agreed to form a transitional government i thought that was an example of the demand for justice and they have to finish the killings of their fellow foot that's the way they need it are here because even after the law the father i say everything would have to fit within the whole this was life by the father was example of this was the deed includes a 39 month transitional period the 1st time to want to be led by the military and the last 18 by civilians before elections are held but many of the details of the agreement have yet to be published. the armed groups in the coalition say they
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wanted to ensure an end to the ways in the various parts of the country another was when they participated in this historic revolution so we just need to come up with a deal that is agreed upon by the armed and civilian groups and recognize the aims of the peaceful and revolution and we will work for peace so we are sure a deal can be reached that the whole of to done. but deal or no deal protesters who came out on saturday say too many lives have been lost to let go of their demands for justice this if the killers of the protesters aren't held accountable then any agreement on the political future will be incomplete even more going on too there are. more police have been seen on the streets of cape town's poorest neighborhoods us soldiers are sent to join the city which already has south africa's highest murder rate has seen a surge in shootings and killings almost 2000 people have died since the start of
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this year soldiers will concentrate on these areas where police have been unable to impose order and these areas account for almost half of all attempted murders in the entire western cape province. has more from cape town. where in belittling st louis even the so off putting i think is speaking to community members he wants to find out what some of the problems are around the high levels of crime and what their leaves are this is one of the areas we the military is expected to be deployed it's one of the areas in the case that's really been high incidence of gang violence here in philippi 6 people were killed in one incident and another friday just $24.00 always later it's one of the most extreme cases of what's regarded to be gang violence and a simple yes. the family. haven't been able to contain the extent
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of the violence that essentially things that are often told you're not going to pursue a prize in the community is this of the deployment of the police and the army the army and the police must be received in the scepter by the communities so this is not the enemy when you need to stop the. enemy. a friendly forces here a community that must be ready for that the minute you finally come to the track of this by working with the army to save the lives there i am. going there from. another area similar to the others where they are high levels of poverty unemployment and with is a concern the police have lost their. on trying to maintain safety still ahead on the al-jazeera news hour why some genocide survivors in iraq are refusing
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to wear anything but black. india's tower of trash continues to grow daily despite its use being banned for years. and this sibling rivalry in nascar saw one brother come out on top peter has the details and sport a little later. had i would have been hot recently and dry there's no surprises mid-summer but we've seen some clouds form over iran in areas where you may not expected than here for example the bride's top stuff ways but the showers around the caucasus have maybe missed these one or 2 decent showers around the coast of the caspian so 2 millimeters this time of the year in one of those showers is not to be sniffed at
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i'm sure it's very welcome but temps has been more of the story with turns forecast of 41 it doesn't look or does it on this general spread but it's near record high levels come quite reached a record well above average in contrast to baghdad where we're probably right about the average or even a bit below we have seen near 49 further south the last couple days in iraq i think we'll see much the same possibly in kuwait as well but it's nothing to extreme it's what you are to expect the breeze on shore keeps beirut a decent $29.00 and the rather strong breeze darren's for iraq is not going to change temperatures will bring the dust with it and given the wind direction might increase humanity down the coast of east and parts of saudi bahrain or qatar temperatures are typically middle forties here with the obvious change in similar weather one if the set in quite reliably now will be there for weeks.
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now and over again the top stories on the al-jazeera news hour iran says it's looking at legal measures to free an oil tanker seized by the u.k. off gibraltar britain says the would be willing to release the ship if iran can get it it won't deliver oil to server or to syria and breach of e.u. sanctions. there were clashes in hong kong as police tried to clear protesters in the district of shot 10 earlier thousands demonstrated against what they say is beijing's growing political influence in the territories of parents. and protests have been held across the u.s. against an operation to raid the homes of thousands of undocumented migrants across
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time and merica in cities donald trump says the aim is to get criminals out of the us and put them in prison where they came from. it's the 5th anniversary of next month of the start of i saw a campaign of genocide in iraq it's estimated that between 3 and 5000 years these were killed because of their religious beliefs many more are missing and some of the survivors are women who were sold into slavery priyanka gupta reports. shunts the colors she's surrounded by she will only wear black until her missing husband carol returns the search is one of the estimated more than 6000 you see the girls and women who are kidnapped and sold into slavery by isis fighters she makes dresses to sell for a few dollars in a can for the internally displaced people in northwestern iraq where my chest started that is she any if i was sitting here with one hand on top of the other be
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constantly thinking about what i saw did to me while my husband isn't here where my 2 kids are and about my 9 relatives still in iceland herm's. isis fighters invaded the city of sin jar in 2014 and killed thousands of you see these u.n. investigators describe the attack as genocide saying there you see these were systematically targeted for their religious beliefs it took 15 months for kurdish peshmerga fighters to force eisel from sin jar around $3000.00 you see these are still missing half of them women. earlier this year u.n. teams began examining bodies from mosque raised to identify the dead and gather evidence of ice of the trustees for eventual trials. but for forensic specialists matching samples with easy the survivors isn't easy because they're scattered both
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in iraq and abroad. but in the years really community was dispersed across many countries after being heavily persecuted by ice so for example there are 2280 families in germany that i aspire to reach to get d.n.a. samples and match though there are 800 families in australia 800 in canada and nearly 100 or 150 in france some families are losing hope of learning the fate of their relatives but. there's no more dovish not in iraq not in syria not anywhere that's aggressive dice that was able to keep prisoners and in the whole camp there are only women and children no men but it would still be better to know them not to know closure that the you see the community desperately needs as it struggles to rebuild. or take you back to our top story we were telling you about the dispute between iran and the u.k.
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over an oral tanker seized in gibraltar we can now speak to lawrence a brennan he's an adjunct professor of law at fordham university he's joining us from new york thanks very much for speaking to us on al-jazeera mr brennan iran now saying it's looking at legal measures to free that iranian oil tanker does iran have a case to log here illegally. well they may have a legal case it has not been made public and the details from what the british foreign minister of state that this morning the 2 track negotiations seem to have come close to an agreement and if the parties agree to the terms that mr hunt has announced it looks like something could be arranged in the next next few days if not shorter in terms of an agreement that would allow the oil to go to syria subject to conditions that would be verified and reduced to
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a written agreement it would be similar to what we normally deal with in a typical commercial shipping dispute involving in the rest of the ship in the united states in a british court or any any one of a number of admiralty courts around the world yes i think if there are other issues it's going to drag out and if it's going to be litigated go ahead go ahead. no the problem with any litigation whether it's this very complex international case or a simple commercial transaction is courts move slowly and there are rights that are protected and you go from the 1st level trial court the admiralty court to the court of appeals and possibly to the supreme court of the united states rarely in the united states to cases go that far but if people are interested in an efficient business like resolution they usually reach an agreement quickly let me ask you about your mentioning the oil a moment ago because the u.k. accuses that iranian tanker of heading towards syria and carrying oil so that the
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tension itself was performed under e.u. sanctions that have been placed on syria and not iran so can the sanctions then be enforced on a 3rd country like iran. oh yes this is a series of sanctions that have been historically and followed in a number of cases certainly in the post world war 2 regime since the 1960 s. with the the breakaway government in rhodesia and the world is prohibited from trading so any member state of the united nations must obey the sanctions or in the case in this case the states and the russian and clinically were not of interest by the u.n. clear surety council and that is iran's argument. that is iran's argument that the e.u. waters where the ship was seized are different in that argument that would be
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litigated in the 1st instance in a drill to a court perhaps it would go to the international court of justice or a special maritime court in hamburg but again it takes time and effort if people are interested in a global resolution of what has been a 2 month ongoing series of escalating conflicts with hundreds of millions of dollars worth of property damage to other tankers and one new u.s. drone they're going to reach out and try to do something if they want to continue to agree to disagree it's going to be a long slow process and as i said before this is a 2 track series of negotiations we see in public what is being offered by the parties but i gather from what mr hunt had said recently there have been private negotiations as we would expect between the british government in the iranians and that is what led to his public statement that to paraphrase henry kissinger 50 years ago pieces at hand so if there is a to be
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a deal it's based upon what mr hunt in the in the iranian ministry of done and maybe that needs to be finalized and if they if they work over the oxford commas in the semi-colons it will take forever if they get a global deal that is agreeable and enforceable with some assurances for the parties that the oil will not be delivered to syria it may happen right here and i just can't answer in what the the status of the parties agreements right we'll have to wait and see both the time being lawrence brennan we thank you very much for speaking to us from new york. amnesty international is calling on russia to ease what it says is the harsh treatment of civilians living along disputed border lines with georgia it accuses the moscow back to administration's in south. stopping free movement and illegally detaining people for crossing the boundaries understands visited the georgian side one of many communities split into he's 85 he's frail and david byrne is really feels like
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a prisoner in his own home russia sees his small patch of land as an international border georgia calls it the line of occupation on a map it's a dotted line on the ground it calls his heart break. daughter and grandson live on the other side. of the a widow can cope with poverty but not the separation. here. on c.n.n. or site it's so important to be busier periods. to look after them but if i cross a line i'll be detained. we visit debates and he told us he feels trapped and like his daughter helpless. sometimes he comes here as far as the fence and cries because she can't cross and see her sick mother. it's hard to imagine but davidge frequently risks detention by finding
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a spot to cross the line at night in order to get his pension from georgia the people here are poor they had an uncomplicated way of life yet the atmosphere now is one of repression more than 30 security bases built near the line only a few crossing points and their strictly controlled. much of the messages but protest is a daily anti russian demonstrations in the capital is aimed at raising awareness that 20 percent of georgia is in their words occupy. georgia is renowned for its stunning landscape its traditions its fine cuisine and the bonhomie of its people but at the heart of it all is what happened here 11 years ago and its legacy razor wire and human rights abuses. the european union monitoring mission patrols the georgian side russia has observed all parts of a peace deal and it's been engaged in what's called border eyes ation with fences
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amnesty international issued a report this month saying hundreds of people face arbitrary detention each year trying to cross the line it says there's be widespread loss of land loss of access to water and livelihoods most of the land vanish he used to farm is the wrong side of the water he asks us if i die here who will find me andrew simmons our whole village in georgia police a fired tear gas to disperse protesters in paris just hours after the annual best you know day parade his house there's through barriers and set fire to rubbish bins as you can see as they made anti-government chants and a number of people have been arrested. a magnitude 7.3 earthquake has struck eastern indonesia the shallow quake hit around 165 kilometers in the city of tire
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not saying the moloch us islands some houses were damaged and panicked residents fled to temporary shelters there were no immediate reports of casualties and off already said there was no threat of a tsunami. flash floods and landslides in nepal have killed at least 60 people including children after 3 days of incessant rain another 30 people are reported missing the bulk river overflowed its banks destroying roadways and flooding towns more than 10000 people have been displaced and more rain is in the forecast. in a few hours india will launch its 2nd unmanned mission to the moon the chandra and 2 is carrying a lunar rover to explore the remote south pole but the actual touched on won't happen until 7 weeks later scientists hope $341000000.00 mission can analyze materials on the surface as it searches for traces of water let's speak to
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francisco diego he's a senior research fellow department of physics and astronomy at university college london he is joining us now from there thanks for speaking to us once again on al-jazeera so this launch coming in midst a resurgence of interest in the exploration of space by various countries like the united states and china is this a sign that india doesn't want to be left behind in the growing space race. years of even like a kind of space race between the asian countries actually china india and japan but i think you saw a very healthy competition in this case india is going to continue with. chandrayaan one that discovered water in the near the south pole of the moon and no children 2 is going to be launching throughout the area we've got a lot in there and we thought rover to explore the possibilities of finding water you know more direct way with more that they've either and so it is very
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complimentary to what all the nations are doing it is called are there any risks at all though francisco you say that it's healthy but are there any implications of countries like china and the united states and china and india perhaps clashing in space. yes there is always this. kind of idea that we're going to explore. expression of the solar system the same way we have explore our proud of our planet and that is a major conflict a potential problem if we explore exporter. i think the. the air force got to be more international remember we are now celebrating they got a very sort of apollo landings pluck it say so we came in peace for all mankind and this is the motto i think this is the mission that we should have a humanity to go to space in peace for all mankind. in
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a way seeing the borders between countries and going. to money with collaboration because space is very risky these are very difficult to adventure. we need to help each other even contingency with man made with human exploration we have all this country's our countrymen help so we need international collaboration as it is the case in an particle for example and it is the case with international space station so what issues then do you foresee when it comes to regulation specifically because not only do we have countries in the space race like you mentioned but also there are companies and start ups. yes it is it is very complicated on is becoming more and more complicated with more players coming into the game but the regulations have to be enforced very very strictly. to reach a space treaty the out the outer space treaty from the united nations are what
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started the in the 1950 s. is a very fair subtle it was launched then we have regulations about planetary protection for life in other planets and importation of potential dangers of living organisms into our planet. especially the treaty the committee for the. peaceful use of the space exploration very important and i think all these players will have to be to come to these regulations it has to happen otherwise is going to be a major mess ok and francisco deegan thank you for joining us from london. so while india may have ambitious space plans it's struggling to contain a mountain of rubbish back on earth at 65 metres high the site in east l.a. is growing by 10 metres every year that's despite the government banning it's used 2 years ago after 2 people were killed when part of it collapsed was withdrawn and reports from gaza poor delhi. a mountain of waste this is where 2000 tonnes of east daddy's rubbish is dumped every day you're
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not love are you people living around the site say it's affecting their lives. as you can see the smell here is unbeatable if the wind blows towards us and it's difficult to eat food at home it is such a mess here the rubbish dump doesn't just smell bad it's also dangerous meeting gas from the way sparks fires releasing toxic fumes. began as a land for the 19 eighty-four that reached its capacity needed 20 years ago like the engineered landfill and it means that you have a big hole which is dug out and that it is lined with non-polar members so that your stock sickly jered of chemicals which comes out from garbage does not lead into the soil and cause what the pollution but in gaza where there is no such thing trucks continue to dump rubbish here despite delis govern abandon them after a part of the hell a collapsed 2 years ago killing 2 people. this is a cruel joke this is contempt of the people to sponsor will continue to dump
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garbage in the site they haven't stopped for day after the court order you know we asked the east delhi municipal corporation why this is happening but because of the northern ireland by the way with us so we continued to. dispose of all about me or dislike that. it's estimated delhi produces 14500 tons of waste every day the problem of waste isn't confined to the cities rubbish dumps. around 3000 pounds all of some of the rubbish produced daily isn't collected leaving it longing on the streets and all that all the space junk because child he manages this recycling center and says waste isn't just the government's responsibility what i've got is i feel that resegregation should begin to pull these people start segregating wrist then rest can be recycled properly and the direct consequence will be that garbage mountains like the wanted one be necessary at all the
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municipal corporation has started testing a recycling program in 3 areas that they hope to be on the top of the rest of the region within one year i they also say they'll start clearing gazi put in september and some of its waste will be used to build a national high right elizabeth purana al-jazeera east delhi. still ahead on the news hour and semifinals day at the africa cup of nations peter has the details in a moment. to.
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the parliamentary.
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again time for sports news with peter and an update on wimbledon that's exactly where were thought the arena wimbledon of the heavyweight final going on right now roger federer going for a 21st grand slam title and 9th at the all england club novak djokovic is the man standing in his way he's looking for a 5th title day you can see it's looking quite good right now for the serbian sort of anyway 761676 but faydra leading in the fold say it is a dong battle. england's cricketers also looking for glory at the cricket world cup final chasing a target of $242.00 to win against new zealand at lord's both nations are looking to win the trophy for the 1st time in a currently $86.00 foot 4 that's off to $23.00 overs a new zealand chose to bat 1st they posted a total of $241.00 in their 50 overs. liam plunkett and chris
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works took 3 wickets each planchet removing captain kane williamson for 30 and also taking the scalp of henry nicholls. he was the make a half century out for $55.00. that final for us had loads not even at $100.00 yet and already 4 wickets down you'd have to say that england or just under a little bit of pressure right now. looks relatively comfortable position half an hour ago but we've heard it in the last few seconds. on the captain our morgan in this could have been the big occasion for him of course. qualified for the captain this is his team over the last 4 years. has been transformed under him and we always hear
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a lot of positive things about him but this was his excel and he's got on top of the dismissals of before it was started with a rush. have gone from this position where the 1st ever world cup in the 1st final for 27 years was looking within their grasp look i certainly thought the new zealand had my dinner of judgment not bowling 1st thing this morning under the cloud cover but of course what new zealand wanted to do was get runs on the boat put under pressure its. strengths and that's what they're doing the let's talk about the tournament as a whole for a moment the previous world cup had 14 teams this one was reduced to 10 it's a very long round robin group stage taking around about 6 weeks and finally culminating in today's final we also saw the same the final the 2nd one anyway lot of empty seats there was some confusion there according to the i.c.c. with all that in mind would you say that this tournament has been a success. but
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i think. in the u.k. . it is. the only. people in the u.k. . and that is a huge problem for the future if you. like. that was the. expected a lot of people hundreds of millions of people. would
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be disastrous. a little bit later. now lewis hamilton has won the british grand prix at silverstone he's miss a day's team had started on pole hamilton securing a record 6 the victory at the race and formula each campion ship has been thrown wide open on the final weekend of the leader john erik verne crashed on the street circuit in brooklyn on saturday finishing outside of the points vern had looked assured of the title going into the 2 season ending races in new york up until then it opens the door for brazilian lucas to grassy he's 22 points behind with a maximum of 29 points available later and how about berth for some sibling rivalry at nascar's latest event in kentucky could push one his 1st race of the season beating younger brother column the final lap to win the quaker state 100 but after the race kurt had to get a lift home because carl had already left or made j.t.
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. it semifinals there at the africa cup of nations with the action kicking off in the next few minutes to near 0 who are the 2004 champions they will be up against san ago who have never lifted the trophy later in the 2nd semi nigeria and algeria face each other that one also in cairo the algerians have a 100 percent winning record at this year's competition but they're only in the semifinals for the 1st time since 99 when they actually won the tournament geria haven't won it since 2030. pair of sentimental taking action for his failure to report for pre-season training but neymar certainly wasn't hiding his whereabouts on saturday the brazilian forward was in his home city sell paolo for the annual 5 a side tournament that he supports neymar missed the cup america due to injury his future p.s.g. is in doubt with the club saying they are willing to let him leave for the right price and neymar making no secret of his desire to return to bosler. whenever they
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we cannot see everything. we rely on experiences of others and the legacies of previous generations. of that testimony we would know very little. with this documentaries that open your eyes on al-jazeera. for the last 2 years these students have been collecting rubbish every day it's helped clean up the campus and helped build some of its facilities for every 2 kilo's of plastic waste they collect the school receives a brick made of plastic and cement. for some activists this may not be the most ecological way to eliminate the problems of plastic but this is seen as an immediate solution to the growing problems of landfills across the country waste can now be used to manufacture building materials. conflict
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pascha. more the killing gradients to any successful suggs for mexico's most loved it is no different behind the cameras this week tensions run high as the produces are forced to balance creative and social issues with the dimanche of commercialisation. our sides of olives episode 4 of soapbox mexico on al-jazeera. iran is stepping up on legal challenge to force the release of an oil tanker detained by the u.k. . watching al-jazeera live from a headquarters in doha i'm very happy great also. fighting between police and hong
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kong protesters who refused to move on after another day of demonstrations against the territories leader and. we follow the plight of these in iraq who survived i sold campaign of genocide. also on a map but it's just a daughter blind but on the ground this barrier has torn a georgian family apart. below iran says it stepping up legal action and forcing the u.k. to release an oil tanker seized off gibraltar britain says it would be willing to allow the ship to leave if iran guarantees it will deliver oil to syria in breach of e.u. sanctions iran insists the vessel was never heading for syria in the 1st place for such a bari has more from to iran. for the 1st time since this incident happened on july
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4th the rains are hopeful that the british government will soon release this vessel it's carrying 2000000 barrels of crude oil arabian oil and it's worth over 200 $1000000.00 now the iranians say that it is an act of piracy what the british have done and they are demanding that this vessel grace one be released as soon as possible we've been hearing from the iranian government spokesperson earlier today in the capital this is what he had to say it was almost. as to what we have adopted didna syria judicial process and we go it's what they're all tankers seized by the british military forces and we think courts in gibraltar are influenced by to publishers of britain we're chasing up our legal measures fortunately the court itself hasn't found a strong evidence and they have released the sailors considering the situations and their comments i predict that soon britain will change its mind for now the iranian officials have said that they've hired a legal team and they're pursuing all the political and legal ways they can get
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this tanker back and they have said that the destination of this vessel is not syria but they haven't specified where it was going they say that the reason the british government seized this tanker was because of its destination that is under sanctions since 2012 and the iranians don't recognize those sanctions on the syrian government because they haven't been indorsed by the united nations for now it appears that this tensions that have developed between the iranian government and the british have said there is some hope that they will be deescalating them in the near future by the british government possibly trying to release this tanker in the iranians getting back what they've been requesting. france britain and germany have issued a joint statement calling for a resumption of talks to ease tensions with iran and they were a new president hassan rouhani has reiterated his offer of talks with washington if the u.s. lift sanctions and return to the 2050 nuclear deal us withdrew from the agreement
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last year there have been clashes in hong kong police tried to clear protesters who were holding out in the city's district of shots in for hours. demonstrators hold umbrellas at riot police who wanted them out of the shopping center violence came after thousands took part in a demonstration against what bases beijing's growing political influence in the territories affairs jamila of a dog and has the latest from hong kong. protesters here tell us they are driven by deep seated anger and discontent over the past few years this is why they're taking their fight to the suburbs to this march started like any other and that the similar ones over the past few weeks it started peacefully with over 100000 protesters marching here at the suburban area of shacks and by nightfall came we had seen riot police struggling really to contain the situation we've seen thousands of young protesters setting up barricades similar to the ones that
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happened saturday night in shanghai showing the message here is quite clear that nothing that the government has done or said over the past will be enough to pacify the protesters here today and they tell us this will be the last and me and less real political forms are in place and this carol lam and other executives resign and unless the police and essentially beijing keep their distance and promises not to erode you know the rule of law in the way of life that people here say are slowly basically being eroded because of creeping toward tarion is coming from beijing police of fired tear gas to disperse protesters in paris just hours after the annual bestie day parade protesters hold objects of police and fire to rubbish bins as they made anti-government chants a number of people were arrested. sudan's military has appealed against a court decision to restore mobile internet services they were blocked for more
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than a month after a violent crackdown on protests amending civilian rule a transition deal between the military and the pro-democracy coalition has been agreed in principle but is yet to be signed in the meantime protesters are refusing to be silenced her mortgage reports. they're the same chance which were heard at the city at army headquarters in her time last month 40 days after the military attack on the fits him the chance are being repeated nationwide the protesters demanding justice not only for the dozens of protesters who were killed but also for the lives lost in the months before and i will again be struck. was there you really get the hell out of there as. we face painting from december back or from the families that have died 8 everybody in very short back
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in march or 5 in the city. we have to bring back to justice for. order we look at this it in started in april following months of protests demanding the resignation of president obama and the sheer he was ousted by a military coup but the sitting continued as protest leaders known as the forces of freedom and change held talks with the gentile talks broke down in disagreements about who should lead the joint transitional government. on june 3rd security forces stormed the peaceful protest camp outside the army headquarters so then central doctors' committee which is allied with protesters said more than 100 people were killed and hundreds others injured the government said the total was $61.00 talks between the protest leaders and the agent to resume a month after the attack and the 2 sides agreed to form a transitional government i was that good and to them for the demand for justice and the consequences for the killings of their fellow foot that's the way that these are here because even after the law the father everything was off the fence
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before this and i think the 5 was was the downfall the found. the deal includes a 39 month transitional period the 1st time to want to be led by the military and the last 18 by civilians before elections are held but many of the details of the agreement have yet to be published the armed groups in the coalition say they wanted to ensure an end to the words in the various parts of the country and of the water when they participated in this historic revolution so we just need to come up with a deal that is agreed upon by the armed and civilian groups and recognizes the aims of the peaceful and armed revolution and we will work for peace so we are sure a deal can be reached that sees the whole of sudan. big deal or no deal protesters who came out on saturday state too many lives have been lost to let go of their demands for justice this if the killers of the protesters aren't held accountable or in any agreement on the political future will be incomplete even more going on
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to their own ideas about. the united arab emirates has recruited at least $500.00 troops affiliated to yemen's transitional council a session it's organization in the south to be trained in abu dhabi the move follows the announcement of the u.a.e. partial withdrawal from yemen senior iraqi officials are describing it as a redeployment and insists they remain committed to the saudi u.a.e. coalition which has been fighting with the rebels 2015. turkey has received a 3rd shipment of components of the s 400 air defense system from russia were deliveries are expected over the next few days in defiance of a warning from the united states turkish pilots are no longer being trained to fly america's f. $35.00 war plane and the pentagon is threatening to cancel turkey's orders for the fighter jets it's the 5th anniversary next month of the start of eyesores campaign
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of genocide in iraq it's estimated that between 3 and 5000 years these were killed because of their religious beliefs many more are missing and some of these survivors are women who were sold into slavery as priyanka gupta reports. shunts the colors she's surrounded by she will only wear black until her missing husband carol returns. she's one of the estimated more than 6000 you see the girls and women who are kidnapped and sold into slavery by ice and fight is. she makes dresses to sell for a few dollars in a can for the internally displaced people in northwestern iraq we're going to test that. if i was sitting here with one hand on top of the other be constantly thinking about what i saw did to me while my husband isn't here where my 2 kids are and about my 9 relatives still in ice was hands. isis
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fighters invaded the city of sin jar in 24 teams and killed thousands of you see these u.n. investigators describe the attack as genocide saying there you see these were systematically targeted for their religious beliefs it took 15 months for kurdish peshmerga fighters to force eisel from sin jar around 3000 you see these are still missing half of them women. earlier this year u.n. teams began examining bodies for mass graves to identify the dead and gather evidence of ice of the trustees for eventual trials. but for forensic specialists matching samples with you see the survivors isn't easy because they're scattered both in iraq and abroad. but in the years really community was dispersed across many countries after being heavily persecuted by ice so for example there are 2200 years in the families in germany but i aspire to reach to get d.n.a.
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samples and match them there are 800 families in australia 800 in canada and nearly 100 or 150 in france some families are losing hope of learning the fate of their relatives but. there's no more not in iraq not in syria not anywhere that aggressive dosh that was able to keep prisoners in their whole camp are only women and children no men but it would still be better to know the not to know. closure that the you see the community desperately needs as it struggles to rebuild. al-jazeera. chinese tech giants wild ways says it's getting ready to lay off a lot of staff in its u.s. based offices company is struggling after being placed on an american blacklist it's not known how many people will go but the wall street journal says it could be in the hundreds way employs 850 people and research.

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