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being held in a u.s. prison was still on suicide watch jeffrey epstein was found dead on saturday f.b.i.'s investigating his death cheriton say has more from washington jeffrey epstein faced a maximum of 45 years in prison for the trafficking of girls as young as 14 to his homes for sex he pleaded not guilty after being denied bail last month the 66 year old had been found unconscious in a cell with marks on his neck and reportedly placed on suicide watch however there are conflicting reports as to whether he was on suicide watch when he was found hanged in his new york jail cell early saturday morning epstein worked in finance reportedly managing other people's food chains he presented himself as a billionaire and he lived an extravagant lifestyle but the source and extent of his own money is obscure his social circle was extensive and influential documents show former president bill clinton britain's prince andrew and donald trump were all acquaintances and before he became president trump called epstein a quote terrific guy he likes beautiful women as much as i do trump said but added
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quote many of them are on the youngest side however since epstein's arrest the president has distanced himself i was not a fan of jeffrey yet and you watch people yesterday saying that i threw him out of a club i didn't want anything to do with them i was many many years ago it shows you one thing that i have the day long with allegations that he supplied young girls to his circle of influential men all denied by the man in question just on friday thousands of documents were unsealed from a legal case against one of his associates that alleged a young girl was forced to have sex with quote many powerful men including numerous problems american politicians business executives foreign presidents and well known prime minister and other world leaders and quote epstein was 1st indicted in 2007 on similar charges that could potentially have led to him spending life in prison yet he served only 13 months in a private wing of a county jail in florida following a plea agreement under the terms of that deal investigations into his activities
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were ended and the extent of his crimes and who else was involved concealed the federal prosecutor who negotiated that deal with alexander acosta who subsequently became donald trump's labour's. secretary he resigned following renewed scrutiny of that plea deal it would be selfish for me to stay in this position and when you are talking about it it all gets old rather than about on me right now even off to epstein's release as a registered sex offender he mixed in elite circles but in july federal prosecutors ordered his arrest again his house was searched and crews of evidence seized it's expected that civil proceedings will continue against epstein's est and perhaps the truth of who epstein was will be settled down see al-jazeera. south korea has opened the last of 3 hiking trails along its side of the demilitarized zone the government hopes the initiative will probe cooperation with the north. korean has more than body thought but they were going into the 3rd and last hiking trail along
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the demilitarized zone that separates north and south korea is now open to the public. once marked by fences and land mines along this highly militarize the border public access was restricted for decades until now it's just a. little aside that has been forbidden to the public is now open for the 1st time i believe this symbol of division will become one of peace thanks the program is part of an agreement signed in september by the 2 korean leaders that seeks to ease the decades long military standoff with the north would say leaders hold summits continuously and now more than ever people aspire to peace hyper unification can be peacefully achieved unlike other tourists to give the general public and president access to a demolished guard post in the demilitarized zone or d.m.z. it was set up after a split between the north and south but tensions have remained high since the truce
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ended the korean war in the 1950 s. but despite efforts to build trust the provocations continue north korea recently launched a string of new short range missiles and rockets an apparent warning against what it calls hostile joint military drills by south korea and the united states has your north korea's one of the most isolated countries in the world for many visitors it's a rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the secretive communist state for the 1st leg of the d.m.z. peace trail was opened in april the 2nd in june while this program hopes to bring peace there's still a long way to go towards normalizing ties between south and north korea. so the young al-jazeera. still had on al-jazeera. the performer performers pushing experimental theater to its limits at the end for
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a festival. and sport u.s. athletes face serious punishment after several podium protests at the pan american games in lima. as one of the world's hires stood before many a taking up the farmers against for military style white nose to radical surgery what i want to investigate is the chinese battle to get on al jazeera i mean this is different whether someone is telling call someone a spirit doesn't matter we think it's how you approach it and that's what it is a certain way of doing it you can't just. inject a story and try out. if you were looking at this from the outside you would really wonder what was going on but what is this grace is a religion that they have an in-depth exploration of global capitalism and our obsession with economic growth this is still the center of capitalism there is no
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limits i view myself as a capital artist we are trying to make this a world smaller and smaller we don't want to be set realistic in the world we would rather have a fantasy growing pains on al-jazeera. and that's what the whole michelle thank you very much in a few hours' time the 1st real heavy clash of the new english premier league season will kick off as manchester united how does chelsea between the 2 teams of $110.00 after the last 15 premier league titles man united boss all are going to start to give a debbie to his $96000000.00 defender how do you mcguire that's for chelsea will
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their record goalscorer frank lampard be making his premier league debut as chelsea manager having succeeded magic pill sorry in the. i always enjoy playing out trafford incredible stadium incredible history and always a difficult match and i want year 0 but when you went up against. south yeah of course it's a completely different thing now we're both. off by as you might be in similar stages in a way that we know people will talk about early and now i think is his real chance to make a stamp on that same way that was a window and a pre-season behind him and i'm trying to make a stand here so it makes for a competitive match when it's half time in the to early matches on sunday in county go with the king pass the idea and send james's. well on saturday champions manchester city serve notice that once again they'll be the team to beat they thrash west ham at the london stadium raheem sterling is happy trick helping them to a 5 nil win terrific game on the english south kerry says the blades of sheffield united
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scored an 88th minute equaliser against i have seaborne the cherries and 3 goals in the last 17 minutes so spurs come back to be aston villa 31 we didn't find that we do believe in the way that we wanted to play would be a bit of course when we see the photo of the manager and mind my plan didn't work and of course we wouldn't need to be. taking rest decisions that's a good look at the young man behind me because you'll be hearing lots more about him in the coming years his name is felix he's 19 years old and he cost i think i'm a good $135000000.00 well the portuguese teenager was a summer signing from benfica and many say he is the next christianity ronaldo was kind of at the 2 played each other on saturday as a genetic heritage on events in a pre-season game in freedom and it's fair to say that felix stole the show with a goal and an assist that let it be give a 21 no go for that man if he was subbed off with 20 minutes to go. for the team
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that not charity event is in last season's champions league i.x. well they've already begun barely campaign the dutch champions cruising to a 5 nil it's the end of the year on course arena in amsterdam it's all right 1st part of the season having drawn. against the sun. have a look at these pictures a strong winds brought down a large section of the roof at the stadium of dutch club out there were no injuries fortunately from the collapse as the side were playing at the time that engineers are checking the structure to see if it's safe ahead of their next home game which takes place on wednesday. 2 american athletes have made political protest during their gold medal ceremonies at the pan american games in peru. when perry raised her face at the end of the u.s. to have a 74.62 majors she later said that somebody had to stand for all the injustices going on in america and fence
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a race. during the medal ceremony for the team for oil events he wrote on twitter afterwards that racism gun control mistreatment of immigrants and a president who spreads hate with short comings that cut short the pride in his country the likely to be sanctioned over their actions former u.s. marshals champion patrick reed all too often his final round at the northern trust are open in a few moments time some interested aquatic observers in new jersey sort redefine 67 on saturday to give him a one shot lead going into sunday's final round serena williams is looking for a 4th rogers cup title after coming from a set down so when her semifinal check qualifier marie colvin looked on track to make it 4 wins in a row of a grand slam champions after winning the 1st set $61.00 but williams found her rhythm to claim the next $0.02 and her $500.00 career victory on hard courts she will play her new town favorite bianca and the rescue in the final. we're off on
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a dollars made it through to the men's final will play a done deal it may be a dead even without stepping on court for the semi's but that was due to make it what would have been the frenchman's 2nd match of the day but most east withdrew before the start of the match with an ankle injury following this win about alberto about. skateboarding will make its olympic debut in tokyo next year world renowned tony hawk feels the olympics needs the uniqueness of the sport more than skating needs the games itself. probably through my more prominent professional years. i wouldn't care if it was in the olympics because we already had a road scene in skateboarding was far more fun and popular than most of the big sports so it wasn't like we needed that validation so at this point i feel like they need our cool factor more than we need their validation it's about time i mean someone who's been there for a while now. that's always been phenomenal actor and you're a whole to the largest arts and culture festival in the world where artists are
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challenging the established theatre dance circus and visual arts and my friend is hosting some of the world's most experimental productions charlie angelo reports. are staging a show at the edinburgh fringe is often a night. or day but philip fabric show is exceeding expectations. bending acrobatics with. slapstick girly skating and pacu with piano music the canadian trip is reinventing so this. it's always circus circus is so vast you can end up playing with a mike and juggling with it oh it's circus but wait a minute which is the theater ages dance thing he was talking while he was doing it so he's again doing theater while dancing and there's music but then he does juggling so we call it circus. mixing up films is also in evidence that adam was
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botanic gardens where there's a multi-sensory was inspired by the sights sounds and scientific study of the flow country scotland's peak folks trees breathe in saying. c transporting visit is to another wild. c commissions 9 artists who have all been inspired by the flow country and far some aren't and caithness the south island which isn't the norm. of scotland so they've all spent a variety of time between 3 days some as long as 18 months up there they 4 or 2 scientists based on the flow country and that's been the inspiration for all the works that you see in the gardens edinburgh is the perfect environment for artists to experiment with new technologies this is a sonic brother it's given to each visitor and plays the sound of birdsong the original piano. also comes in handy when the weather plays out. one
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american company is making live cinema using actors projectors and 500 shadow puppets to recreate the story of frankenstein. an eccentric orchestra plays a haunting soundtrack with some instruments controlled by robotics these cutting edge pieces are playing well with audiences in edinburgh breaking the mold and creating art that refuses to be defined. al-jazeera and. that's all for the news hour but i do have much more news for you on the other side of the break here and i'm just here. in an exclusive series of documentaries i was born into a very ordinary japanese family al-jazeera shows 5 different stories i am just too excited to focus on anything else right now from 5 different countries he was really angry about it but i don't support only those with one journey no one in
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rewind the games with faggots in city under siege for 68. years is one way that we shot 60 on al-jazeera. al-jazeera. where every. winter minister of yemen's un backed government says 100 u.a.e. army vehicles were used by separatists to seize control of aden.
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i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. your gas and arrests police in hong kong are out in full force as protesters hold rallies across the city. israeli soldiers clear palestinian wars. for some parts of the oxer mosque compound in east jerusalem also . can an alleged war criminal become the next president sherry lanka will have the latest from colombo. again this half hour with breaking news the ensure minister of yemen's un backed government is accusing saudi arabia of not protecting its allies he says 400 armored vehicles given to southern separatist by the u.a.e.
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were used in attacks against his forces in a on saturday the separatists are now affectively in control of the port city which was the seat of the government of president hadi a cease fire was called for on saturday evening after 4 days of fighting but even that appears to have been broken by a saudi coalition air strike on sunday and the u.n. says at least 40 people have been killed in the violence so far. i can. 100 armored vehicle landed in from the united arab emirates fully loaded with weapons and ammunition bases to combat thousands of medicine that he's hired fighters who are being manipulated just fighting with hands with what they've got a weapon in our hand however we criticize and we are surprised to see this silence dogood brothers and so do it via we condemn and we surprise for this silence for 4 days while our partner in that coalition is solo today and we will meet too soon on
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that. not all tom is live for us in santa so this is been a developing story kind of difficult to figure out what's going on we have a better grasp of it now tell us what the latest is. the current kerik situation and. aden is a really. surprising many people especially who are in the north of the country. have witnessed such a development. with more concern because the we were expecting that the saudi arabia would declare another decisive military campaign against separatists who. may divert the already foreign minister of the internationally recognized government he described it as a coup against the legitimate government the people here expected that the saudi
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arabia would take and would carry out another decisive military campaign similar to that one which there were carried out against the these in the north of the country . but what we have witnessed that the saudi arabia has called for the ceasefire she's trying to protect such a ceasefire by its fighter jets to attack anyone who's trying to move or advance but on the ground the separatists have already taken control of all the military camps and they have also there are reports about. people are looting the. missionary and also lights missionary and weaponry from the military camps so the situation and aid in is chaotic despite that the saudi call for negotiations between both parties but so far with the united arab emirates is loading more hundreds of armored vehicles loaded with weaponry it seems that now the
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separatists or the transitional council is having the upper hand on the ground there are some analysts stumbling to kl observers see that the saudi arabia is also turning a blind eye to what is happening there's action or move has also. led down what they. describe themselves as the saudi arabia's loyalist and also the loyalists of the internationally recognized government. thank you. within hong kong have fired tear gas on the tank weekend of anti-government protests a large group of demonstrators marched in the sham show a poll just right after an unauthorized march earlier on sunday police say they had to fire tear gas one time and the crowd hurled bricks and refused to disperse several arrests have been made and pride has the latest from hong kong. we've had
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a another day of the typical hong kong protests they start quite peacefully almost an accountable type that most fear as you mentioned that the protests that were taking place today are not allowed to have taken place they didn't have permission from the police nonetheless thousands of people turned out police were nowhere to be seen they just basically allowed people to take over the streets they they have their own marshals or there were marching along that seemed to control the traffic but then as predictably perhaps again the ends in these violent clashes the protests we've been following in particular this has been on the cow district of hong kong from a an area called champs and basically thousands of people marched all the way across the county who put it to this place which used to show one when the people reached here thousands of those simply went home but there was always in these protests a hardcore that advanced on the police station that's in this area they advanced as
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they have done many times before build a barricade put up the umbrellas to get closer and closer to the police station basically trying to get within throwing range and they were using not only a few rocks this time but also mobbles being fired from catapults devices there are . different types of devices being used on police did respond in force there was tear gas and also quite a few rubber bullets and then after that in this particular area of town loon police really did come out in force to hold squads of riot police took to the streets very much just stamping their all star team wants more on this place that they are in control. pilgrimage for millions of muslims in saudi arabia is coming to a close it's the world's largest annual religious gathering are performing the stoning the devil ritual some will later sacrifice animals to mark the beginning of on saturday more than 2000000 climb the sacred hill of mount arafat they prayed and
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reciting the koran. the muslims in indonesia marked the start of meat auto with morning prayers and in asia is the world's most populous muslim nation. thousands gathered in the capital jakarta on the 1st day of the holiday. a former defense secretary accused of war crimes is hoping to become the country's next president a political gathering was held in colombo where. canada c was announced by has brother and former sherlock and president mahinda rajapaksa has been accused of being atrocities during certain long as decades long civil war but now fernandez has more from colombia. ending months of speculation the former defense secretary has been nominated as a presidential candidate of the newly formed alliance sri lanka where the john of perelman is basically told the gathering here today that he has proved by actions rather than words that he is capable of taking on the challenge. that
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i should. today what is needed for this country is leadership with a vision for the future someone who has a plan for development someone who can implement those changes have a principled on corrupt political leadership. those who believe in rajapaksa celebrate as he has the official. for the party but there are those who have misgivings misgivings that the man who led the sri lankan war machine with all the allegations against him me indeed become this country's leader a decision at the pause in a few months time south korea has opened the last of 3 hiking trails along its side of the demilitarized zone the government hopes initiative will promote cooperation with the north it coincides with the launch of several short range missiles by pyongyang as honey on has more. for the 3rd and last hiking trail
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along the demilitarized zone that separates north and south korea is now open to the public well known rock once marked by fences and land mines along this highly militarize. border public access was restricted for decades until now just a. little aside that has been forbidden to the public is now open for the 1st time i believe this symbol of division will become one of peace thanks the program is part of an agreement signed in september by the 2 korean leaders that seeks to ease the decades long military standoff with the north would say leaders hold summits continuously and now more than ever people aspire to peace hyper unification kemi peacefully. unlike other tourists to give the general public and president access to a demolished guard post in the demilitarized zone or d.m.z. it was set up after a split between the north and south but tensions have remained high since the truce
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ended the korean war in the 1950 s. but despite efforts to build trust the provocations continue north korea recently launched a string of new short range missiles and rockets an apparent warning against what it calls hostile joint military drills by south korea and the united states as all your north korea is one of the most isolated countries in the world for many visitors it's a rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the secretive communist state the 1st leg of the d.m.z. peace trail was opened in april the 2nd in june while this program hopes to bring peace there's still a long way to go towards normalizing ties between south and north korea katia locus of the young al-jazeera. israeli police. compound in east jerusalem after a standoff and palestinians at one of the gates to the holy site dozens were injured one officer set off sound grenades and rushed people out the trouble began
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on the muslim holiday a right wing jewish groups demanded access to the site very fast at a port some occupied. chaos and confrontation inside the compound on the 1st day eat out who are. usually non muslims are barred access on muslim holidays but for a 2nd time this summer significant dates for jews and muslims have overlapped and for a 2nd time israeli security forces decided to allow in jewish groups having said they would only do so if they assess the security situation is favorable. towards. the extreme right wing government in the state is supporting the settlers to target the holy sites and to invade them in order to control into judea zone they try continuously and repeatedly but we jerusalem people are resisting and we will fight on against these practices. earlier on sunday tens of thousands of muslim worshippers had answered the call from the islamic walk the trust that operates the
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compound under the authority of jordan to pray in and around other local mosques were ordered closed to maximize numbers the muslim officials aware that right wing jewish nationalists had been demanding access to the site known to jews as the temple mount on t. shirt but of the day jews mourn tragedies in their history including the destruction of the 1st and 2nd temples perhaps the key question about today's events is why the israeli security forces decided to change their minds in the early part of the day i decided to ban on was them entry to the al aqsa mosque compound for fear of friction a change that position and friction ensued anyway a police spokesman said the situation changed after they dispersed muslim worshippers using stun grenades tear gas and rubber bullets he denied that was a tactic to clear the way for jewish groups saying security forces responded after chairs and stones were thrown at them there has been an increasingly vociferously movement on the religious right in israel.

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