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this is a. remark toward all this until until the 6th day or misses the point of forgive for she said hobbled us to pawtucket off if you don't see it when you're on the top of korea for the. kids to school the rest of us or not. at 18 going to big all became junior champion of europe at 19 he was the youngest athlete for the french delegation at the london olympics in a sport where you normally reach the peak of your performance in your early thirties his career seemed to begin well. i don't know maybe the. ideally. suited me they do want. you know
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a certain. parties on priscilla sister who the more traditional on the open your then you know all dogs are very good next from the midtown times revenues but all called the hospital put up through this certainly that. door is a good use of the doobie. i'm sure to new york. or just some 2. year funded are funded from what you are fitted are fun to do you do this will. show you when your eyes are to pop or. then in 20126 months before the london olympic games clinton injured himself the issue of doping came up for the 1st time to market one made for mccain issues a bit. it's a possible writer. and only for. our smith who played it cleared for some top of the physical. sets you up i would see or touch i thought i was also
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a lot of. city leg going to do tours. during the from a. distance to one pin when the trailer. where i go not a trophy and was originally prescribed by doctors to stimulate the secretion of sex hormones athletes use it for its anabolic effects to help increase muscular mass. quentin b. goal was also taking testosterone proponent injections. meth and die alone orally. and stanozolol the steroid taken by ben johnson in 1988 for 2 years quentin was able to avoid testing positive. jump assisted in europe's known dispense it in any way for the apollo once problem. well when it comes. to
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all the. issues you know what's in there but don't. see it on the way in hindsight he incriminates his relationship with his trainer. i mean don't foam affair or. the book. it is journey type of fairbridge the point this was on a limb on that all kind morning drew we appreciate more papa bear it is resolved of our process at all because. she considers the real. issue when he would load up his conservative. second 2nd well. his former coach denies any involvement clinton admits he made a mistake and wants to move on and says oh
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yes i mean. for you to call. it just before proposals. so there are thousands of cricketers if not it's on the visit of a family. every year worldwide $3000.00 athletes are suspended by their federations. on a global level the fight against doping began fairly recently in 1999 the world anti-doping agency wada was created what defines doping in legal terms. you have bad you see a map of drugs also stirs just the fear for amnesty but if requests i would also want to use for what is just part. in 200-5191 states signed unesco's international
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convention against doping in sport and began to harmonize their legislations but the world anti-doping agency still has no operational role it is the responsibility of the sports federations to find cheaters and therein lies the main problem. or has 2015 beijing hosts the 15th world athletics championships organized by the i.w. and the international association of athletics federations since the 2008 olympic games china has excelled at organizing sporting events for 9 days almost 1900 athletes from 208 countries watched by 6000000000 television viewers. and the i.w.a. after the event and sells television rights to broadcasters oddly though they are
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also responsible for enforcing anti doping regulations it's a system which makes the federations both judge and jury. holo competition roller coaster suv stop it i join our lawsuit bubble. and of course the question was ill pulled is old was the only player for the charger sources that i hope shall apply to what was. behind the finishing line doping inspectors and members of the international federation await the athletes selected for testing i have the stuff the past 3 days so we are secure in knowing that the don't concede a can of mace many of the athletes that have been selected were required to do so in a case of stunts off the bus in the proceedings and. in
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this accuser own 500 samples are taken no camera can enter when an athlete is present. and then c c c. so essentially they say that's exactly what we need you can see how. kind of mary this is now. thank you thank you see. so. resounding so i can see. to tell you yes. there were cases where. things were not required to. draw completely so the possibility to hide something with it. they were not only.
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an example of this was a trick most famously pulled off by boxer mike tyson who confessed to having deceived testers by using a fake penis filled with clean urine. an independent laboratory analyzes the samples there are $35.00 in the world that are accredited by the world anti-doping agency each athlete must provide 2 bottles sample a for analysis and sample b. for a 2nd test if required the anonymous samples are separated into several tubes and tested for 400 different chemicals every year the world anti-doping agency publishes the list of prohibited substances and methods the athletes take great care to avoid the banned substances. for a book all of us are very very pretty do we do was it it was sick of all going on as it. is what do you want to see if it's statistically. it will prevent more people doing what. it is sure. they will do it.
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because if you're going to go to this issue of. potential this is that. testing during competition is above all about protecting the reputation and credibility of the athletics event in question these urine tests are supplemented by other checks elite athletes are subjected to testing several times a year either at home or at a hotel tests that the federations normally do not allow to be filmed. and is there she's my colleague sure how do you stop this time it's a blood test. images. once you. have.
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blood testing allows levels of other substances undetectible in you're in to be assessed. the equipment a protocol all the same for all athletes in all countries all blood data is kept on record by the idle a f. for comparison purposes to help identify any suspicious variations this is what is known as a biological passport. the best of the regime scene. made by do do do do canadian act i'm honest. we do vollies says if it. of it of a movie or the mask of saga sold in. kenya naaman over let in more stubler a keeper of the year last. year as well pleased to be all over. this is the value of various will like to watch it or not at all sure it will turn
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on the downward dog of the boss will disappear. in beijing 450000 euros to spend on the drive to unmask don't produce but only 2 kenyan athletes testing positive samples can be reanalyzed for a period of up to 10 years. so i started to do what are sort of to show. the case that that was fair does attitude. is the cause of me. because for us all these are what i when they said the poses had to be democrats or through the desert let polyfill fish other for. these retroactive tests can shatter the podiums years after competitions since the london games russians are a poorer was stripped of her gold medal in the 3000 meter steeplechase. the u.s. relay team lost their 4 silver medals and turkey returned her gold medal for the
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1500 meters via his left us pair of the medina saves me is one boy's them is what their sexual means the pleasure morning in town but i. don't mean to infer that being your me s. or the boys to their is the drugs no he will sign do is me leaving safe nozzles the hail me usage going on here but. nowadays any athlete is seen as capable of don't bring. them up on. suddenly the sentence now had to. be content to stick his mind out of the neck of the wood he. wanted to. kill me dog for sale ice.
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sheets and chose to stay here this kind of last night don't flip out on the couch next time tonight. this is not. going to spy on me. you will have. no deal oh. my bowels and they. form a new killing for his team. which i want. dalton you've. been a. voice in. the face of. you same voice. so i spoke at a sit com joy leave me you know my face you see the. i'm in the
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entire history of the 100 meters i fled 6 blue ribbon sprint event only 10 men and run the distance in this the 9.8 seconds using bones is the only one to have never been accused of doping. was it was it was the jamaican is the 1st sprinter to have been proved $100.00 metres world record 3 times some of these records were achieved during a period when no blood testing was carried out on jamaican athletes. yes you do. you know. it by tab you give it back pocket i'm the best short. of it is that let the tony and the law. because the day are bad you don't.
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tend to get the full immersion. if the law says that led to. some. may be demo not to. sit in on something they don't need a bad political better looking for it possible here lighted up is possible. in theory every country needs a national anti-doping agency able to independently organize the testing of its athletes however in many countries due to the interference of national sporting federations of the state the agencies do not carry out anti doping tests thus in 2012 there were no urine tests in jamaica during the 6 month period that preceded the london olympics where using bolt made off with 3 gold medals.
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they didn't go. because i know that there's more. to football when. they say look there's a young for a saturday and they got the does not only are. you saying balls great american rival justin gatlin has been suspended twice after testing positive for amphetamines and testosterone he returned at the age of 32 even stronger and faster than he was when he tested positive for his performances judy raised eyebrows. am. and. to strengthen the good you have to show the good all the more with your calm still
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if you are in beijing looking out the pacific ocean you'd see american warships when mess was that somehow time is aiming to replace america and around the world all the chinese are not that stupid these guys want to dominate a huge chunk of the planet this sounds like a preparation for our 1st president george washington said if you want peace prepare for war the coming war on china part one on a jazzy. hello i'm suits hassen and london with the top stories here on al-jazeera. ukraine's prime minister has insisted he won't ask european union leaders for another extension for brics it's claiming he'd rather be dead in
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a ditch boris johnson has vowed to take the e.u. k. out of the top of the 31st what ever the cost despite parliament moving to block a no deal bricks it is also called for a snap election although the opposition labor party says it won't back the move until a no deal exit is off the table johnson faced tough questions from the media but remain defiant about the brics it deadline i'd rather be dead. to give it resign fast prime minister than go now to that dilemma i just do it i really it costs a 1000000000 pounds a month in achieves absolutely nothing earth is the point of. delivery i think it's totally totally pointless. france has appealed to around to refrain from any action that doesn't comply with the 2015 nuclear deal the agreement has been unraveling since the u.s. withdrew and impose sanctions iran's president has sent rouhani has warned that his
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country's energy program will soon operate without limits on friday iran will begin developing centrifuges to speed up the enrichment of uranium which can produce fuel for either power plants or atomic bombs at least 10 people have been killed and more than 40 wounded in a suicide blast in afghanistan's capital kabul the taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack saying they targeted a foreign military convoy the attack took place while the taliban negotiates with u.s. officials over the possible withdrawal of american troops. the south african president has vowed to tackle a wave of xenophobia that's fueled days of violence in 2 of the country's main cities nigeria is recalling its top diplomat to south africa in protest against the assaults attacks on foreign businesses have killed at least 10 people in johannesburg and pretoria. president donald special envoy for the middle east has
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announced he plans to resign says he will step down in a few weeks off the champ unveils his long delayed peace plan about with a full news hour right after the 2nd half of sports doping the endless chase.
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in the entire history of the $100.00 metres sprint event only 10 men of run the distance in less than 9.8 seconds using bolt is the only one to have never been accused of doping. the jamaican is the 1st sprinter to have improved the 100 metres world record 3 times some of these recalls were achieved during a period when no blood testing was carried out on jamaican athletes using balls great american rival justin gatlin has been suspended twice after testing positive for amphetamines and testosterone he returned at the age of 32 even stronger and
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faster than he was when he tested positive for his performances judy raised eyebrows scientists suspect that doping may indeed have long term effects. it came or could be a key and they're back to do it only one law suit. and. then is key for what i saw. the whole defamation effective law connected to mood if he sued if they put it up oh. yes compliments of the crypt. considering your nowadays performance this president has to remind you this path is life. he wrote that your job is to go out there and give. give the news to the world but have a biased opinion so i think they don't do a good job of being the reporters can meet later and to discuss more about it and
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all of that. despite 4 years of suspension justin gatlin signed another contract with nike the world's largest sports equipment manufacturer is sending out mixed messages. as for not they don't weigh. within that that though there was a good one i keep one of them brought in with a nigga gotta get this back up or about their own there's not a question on the opposite they want him better they got. the. second month than in there was chemistry in there from the 1st. with the order to make it should be runner up at the end of this which i let us call modern young just england in my domingo thought that was going the opposite they were going to show you the truth in all 4 nike is told only they are they there for more than one .
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and we don't believe we need most is the sheeple who frequent romel and murders hall snort who couldn't be the core of the explorer effects party with the office for tsunamis this could go on there. but will seek a new self monuments meet up on the critical spot in the form of b. and e. but that your story to the end they almost. end the source of the revolution. to stop cheating many athletes are demanding more severe penalties. now mr spirit has been on the side to clear. things held open eyes saying it's about the last thing on socialists in london so i 1000 and so.
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on they can from the olympics and you know i think this year seen the stakes. plate in 2000 couples have to set new goals in. this industry just so few of us here on this board speak to me welcome to kid them mint on their plate and i'm stuck on an i'm so who make him want to see meat on a lot of his meat come his and he says nice to say oh mommy says that. this is to have colleagues who missed us he felt and those fish have a complaint in laos and south of him east.
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he's been at them i don't know said leighton digital topic but in a baby seriousness of the flu have to be stuff that i missed and. then i know those being all those they leaked beyond the recent. the month even this just. thought they stayed in on their plates and. it seemed as mystifying start to focus on the stuff when we say look if any skin. this is to a mouse this is going to want to. pios it but it is one of the few journalists specializing in dumping since 2006 he's been conducting a study on cheating in spain china and kenya in 2015 he brought the lies and corruption at the highest level of the i w f to light.
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this is a comment. that inventors read about as. they gather in very. blue to get a fresh start or season for me and track and spirit. the massive doping facility try to take away ya invective eason's and most these are the results of blood tests for 5000 athletes taken between 20012012 amongst them 800 a suspected of doping for example this value of this blood sample should not exceed 143 sometimes we find samples valuing 145155 or even 156. norton but versions of it here get off talking kind of persons i know a lot interesting a bit of the talking to a vet to happen too often a tradition was a hands off of your insanity i don't know annoyances. dropping little going on
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without hoping it wouldn't be noticed the federation the us knew that many of their athletes with doping notably the long distance and medium distance runners but they allowed this to happen even worse the directors of the i.w.a. f allowed athletes who tested positive to compete in exchange for money according to the newspapers le monde on l'express mean diac the president of the idea of up until 2015 admitted to french prosecutors to having him penciled 1500000 euros the money would have been used to fund the election of the senegalese president in 2012 his son back former marketing consultant supposedly targeted athletes such as the russian marathon runner. from whom he allegedly demanded 450000 euros so that she can still compete racketeering money was moved to a company in singapore black tidings when investigated by interpol he denied all involvement gabriel de lay the head doctor of the federation is suspected of having
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received nearly 200000 euros for having concealed the doping but see this is obviously just. much dop that's about to push the united top of a culture clubs and get it for blunt and i stuck to it as i said comforting talking at the forefront in the fight against doping one internets and argue about it see or touch these after about and i cannot asking time locked out don't go if now to just good story that is all bunch bought up we're talking to americans i get comes i'm. disgusted by these practices athletes decided to take matters into their own hands here i don't we cannot trust you anymore you damage our sport we have to. this is what we have to see. you put money. i want to run against clean athletes not monsters. integrity. hash tag.
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some athletes went even further us to part of russia's 800 metres champion in 2011 along with her husband vitali unveiled to the world how russia creates its champions for 5 years yulia rub shoulders with the world's best athletes the tally is an advisor to the director of the russian anti-doping agency this is him at the side of the sports minister in 2009. in 2014 the couple decided to reveal the systematic doping of russian athletes doping organized by the country's medical and sporting bodies and covered up by the state there revelations caused a scandal. is doing their part undoes being in atlantic city size of russia facing stanek the caribbean also there at the start of the civilities boost it will take i'm going to need to do better to cope with just learn from that what i think is
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below us will see us that are spewing out a lesson and let's not forget all to do push the ball shook the city gets your. if . forced to react the i.w.a. af suspended 4000 russian athletes it was the biggest collective punishment in the history of sport. vladimir putin was forced to reassure the world. you're pretty much produced just for yourselves in there are still in your. every species somewhere i carry a picture i'm a group of young men in fact mission not only me and you look. 2 months later 2 directors of the anti doping agency died under suspicious circumstances. the i just love scene have nikita come on have their deaths took place just as they were preparing to make public disclosures according to the sunday times considered traitors of their homeland the whistleblower couple exiled
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themselves to berlin. was this just talking to my good pastor it mysel mr. dusting his name of course it is here's. the story began the day that usually a med surg a porter got off the head of the athletics federations medical department who prescribed a doping program. to go after getting claridge. upset at the dog that wasn't that's because it's good that i got to hit spots near enough that i got there it's bored me. to find out on you for all but mad the need a lot of us to. spot an absence i mean that i just. need to stage a whole new. class that's just what the quote. how do.
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you know it you know go there bill stuart you know. that the storm the government your own go ideas don't save in the word of what it's must see that zone go justin's that he will eat up with. 2 of the gold medal winners of the london olympic games if you athletes tested positive it was because the anti doping agency in moscow were themselves corrupt. bit about us as a slow as some moved it is just and since the dawn. of the machine you must be out there now got to go off on these cars are. just it's about doc was more but they still are on your door when you going you boys at the your process as they also which. toward stu don't know but damn to be over the blanket was of an account on the b. sonoma problem he knew so much good that moment probably but so i guess that's just
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based popcorn that what they've said it has a place where disallowing number probably clear dns name stop i guess most probably no names consider when you. didn't did you did while competing union met retire early or future husband on their 2nd date she broached the issue of joking. it's. just. me and you don't ask are you in my own yard but i'll. know. because because it does bring up in that. the time to get lost of course it's hopeless condition for which to sit still for some. severe measures 3 children at the college level so there's no new offer to the shop or put already off because i always need to take a stretcher with me straight to the sunni doctor but only. and they me up as what
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they all if i watched. the man who said nothing was we are just love scene of one of the 2 directors the died under suspicious circumstances. but what were the russian athletes doing to escape checks abroad. that we said come on instead of nonya. they on is not generally design is good neither wisdom is damned that will come to. us at the brigade a sentiment is plentiful is that not only you know the detection methods is always changing and the dates how long. some substances can be detected always getting shorter but again usually the directors of the labs are the 1st ones
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to receive this information so that they in a country like pressure the they have to share this information because the main goal is not to catch their peers the main goal is to help people in the gold medals . the russian anti-doping agency disputes the accusations. vitali he has refused to cooperate with us on this matter. and for us it's a pity if you want to fight against doping in sport you should not only give these bold statements publicly it's not enough just to you know appear in the screen and say everyone is corrupted facts and presumptions that what we need to have in order to establish an underdog and. the evidence was collected by high level.
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as if you have a as a tradition yesterday in your own bitter. and you just have an off duty guy i mean . in video and audio form the. why is. he going to not need to have one in you know not on sweaters and sort of. you know. video of yahtzee and is so good to see does he get up i know don was a times to this economic hot. beleaguer. just dropping and it was his night at 8 o'clock tired. or maybe tina. reagan was testes and sustain imminent is probably him there's always this response to minister to was disinvited to take us through what is it that's all it was his form of good luck almost a 1000000 pickiness that she took the equivalent. of the vision image from throughout me that i used to but i couldn't conceive in my books if the minimal follow
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a month i was just not that. good he should be more of the fishies that makes you don't. lose it that is a sore spot people who are. going to look past me to look want to me that. following vitaly unions revelations want i began investigating russia. meanwhile julia hopes to rediscover her best film. because i just want to get i guess that no also get the most you get though this is me of a child that. i suggest to you on each of. these 3 you have a new wife still. stays yet you still get all of the sports.
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do you think that they take yet. within a few and then they figured out that if. you were. to take part in international competition she 1st needs to find a host country to accept into their team. but go to closing it was dubai is a cocoon fix that and then you just get that from my store up and get to the caucuses that are stepping up to the head you have to get your question. which country would be dead if i russia and adopt yulia. russia however does not have the monopoly on doping every year worldwide $3000.00 athletes test positive for doping among the sports in which cheating has been found to be the most prevalent in recent years our bodybuilding athletics baseball american football weightlifting
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boxing wrestling cycling ice hockey rugby swimming and basketball power and insurance sports are not the only concerns. only on the overall is a specific nick book if you didn't. saw that it. would board put it in his pool and it has all of it is. more all now but the movies were that in order to need me all could do sure that the. natural skittishness of said look they stood it to me not in this book it's promoted. as a sport that relies on technique football would seem to be above doping scandals and yet it has been tainted by much rigging and corruption. you. know
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during the 2014 world cup in brazil 736 players were tested as shown in this free for promotional video. once again the tests are financed and carried out by the federation that organizes the event do you think that those of the like in other words or what is your opinion is long difficult in football. just moved around just moved pool of use your brain. and you moved on so little that this court was. no footballer tested positive in rio a satisfactory result of a free for. all. the last. case we had was during the 1994 when the united states. there is a very clear commitment to make the fifa competitions free. despite
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this show of toughness to the leaders of world football really provide the necessary means to catch cheats in 1954 had all the samples destroyed after the world cup thus avoiding any subsequent unmasking of drug cheats in 2006 no blood samples were taken in 2014 the laboratory that tested the samples was in no zone over 12 hours away from rio after 12 hours tiny doses of a no longer detectable in urine samples so is the myth of clean football to be believed retired player right world champion in 1904 is skeptical. so. what you would. hope it is. really my article vital to those. sports working to control the strain of the strain of the of he used to look at as
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a future boy as he would inject when things are bad. bad move on with my i was there with my shorty there was that i may perceive him as massive amounts of muscle . and being. ripped out of some fees. if we went in this year and if that specter. of dementia. would only whatever was a bit of both when was heavy. with me. to grab his issue at 1st only to be no. no i. was only moved to the minimum is more. yeah we've history got it or wars and you're closer to. it watch the video of it you know what in my arm i see my eyes fickling to my eyes my eyes up without the pa. ha ha ha.
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i mean because it was part of that i think an issue part. i want to get. i pop your finger in. i. was i to finish a book was my cock at night by the twit of all still could not now frog. these parts and sweet. little budget i'd stick a dixie or for boat call early i let the explaining. that keep a saw so maybe you'll see still could nationalise point out what you do but do point to that then bash shot you feel cool because it will be able to teach you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance yes he just wouldn't you guys look at this good scene today by the beagle with you on the human what's on your ball kinetic and even when you want to see it all out much but to start. with i used. to wait you need to be made accountable at the most
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sophisticated level is it the official welcome to geneva for the special one to independent commission press conference that we have found to cover up speed film destruction of samples in the fortress payments of money in order to conceal the doping test so it's worse than we thought. hello there now we are heading away. out of that into the southeast of australia
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some very unsettled weather system working its way across the great by bringing the rain but it's also bringing some pretty strong winds as well temperatures over a little bit lower just. say but look at that 32 in brisbane but that rain to stretch right the way across into hope but not bad in perth of the hive 18 degrees celsius and some pretty good sunny skies similar story that by saturday the temperature come down to more bearable 24 degrees in brisbane was a little bit unsettled in the southeast across into highball system is on its way across the tasman sea not going to get there for the next couple of days but it is still fairly cold plenty of cloud showing up on the. place you know for the next couple of days quite windy as well but clear conditions generally into christchurch by friday and on saturday but feeling a bit cool just 9 degrees celsius that we had at tools japan on the korean peninsula and what we're watching here is this massive cloud this is actually the next system it's father to the south is pushing up towards the korean peninsula
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this is ling-ling and so ahead of us as you can see here this is all these boats have taken cover just to prepare for that storm that arrives later in the week. with the plummeting birthrate and families moving to the cities south korea's rule schools are shutting down one on one east meets the grandmas who is saving these schools while finally getting an education on al-jazeera. this is. their i'm sitters and this is the al jazeera news hour live from london coming up.
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really did he do much as even his own brother does a simple u.k. prime minister boris johnson still won't be budged on bricks it wasn't a phobia violence in south africa is testing relations between africa's 2 largest economies al-jazeera has given rare access to terror on this nuclear research reactor as iran pledges to further roll back its nuclear deal commitments. we have seen 3 koreans lies we have seen through the lies of this government and more trouble i had for hong kong's and bottled leader this find her bowing to a major demand by protesters. and i'm far as well have all the day's sports including the lowest ranked team in africa as somalia stands in bob way one nil to report their 1st ever world cup all fine with.
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the u.k. prime minister boris johnson has warned he will not ask european union leaders for another extension to bret's it claiming he'd rather be dead in a ditch it's been another world in 24 hours for the prime minister who has now had to deal with the resignation of his own brother andrew symonds has. boris johnson may have suffered a humiliating defeat at attempts to call a general election but here in the north of england you could be forgiven for thinking the campaign had already begun do you want this government to take us out . the 31st or do you want john recall being a labor party to go to that crucial summit in brussels table the 17th can you make a promise today to the british public that you will not go back to brussels and ask for another tonight yes and so he can and would you like i'd rather be dead in a ditch it's a good state jail johnson's day had started in downing street with
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a visit from u.s. vice president mike pence and this was the message from the white house the united states is ready willing and able to immediately negotiate a free trade agreement with the u.k. the national health service is not a table as far as a negotiation and. we're not using all that already. we have we have a already thinking of our own. then light sounds off the remark aimed at the labor opposition leader i think to the shop thank you all very much but it's time to move on and i thought i was writing the passive story i think a part there's nothing funny about the latest resignation and the prime minister's brother joe johnson quitting as junee a business minister he tweeted in recent weeks i've been told between family loyalty and the national interest it's an unresolvable tension and time for others
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to take on my roles. thank you the prime minister was asked about his brother's departure if your own brother can't back you why should anyone else joe doesn't agree with me about the european union because it's a it's an issue that obviously do divides families and divides everybody but i think joe would agree is that we need to get on and sort this thing out and so what next all seems set for boris johnson to again seek parliamentary approval to call the election next monday but does the labor leader jeremy corbyn accept that all scupper it again boxing in boris johnson even more than he is already and ruth simmons out 0 westminster let's go live now to john holl who's outside parliament in westminster a journey we know sibling squabble all the time but the timing of this resignation
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as far as johnson's brother could not be why are screwed it. absolutely it's a week for boris johnson it's gone from bad to worse he's lost control of his own majority and with it control of the house of commons he's lost control of his own brakes its strategy and now he's lost his brother from the cabinet with that let me bring in my guest patrick dimond joins me he's a senior lecturer in politics and international relations but formally director of . planning and policy forgive me under 2 former labor prime ministers tony blair and gordon brown he hasn't even got control mr johnson of the timing of the election he now so badly well yeah i mean a week is a long time in politics and with drugs and our seems like a period of eternity things change so quickly that boris johnson a week ago was in a position where he appeared to have lots of options politically had lots of places he could go his strategy was fairly clear today he looks like a prime minister who's in office but clinging to power his options are running out
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he's running out of road his premiership looks like it's in some serious difficulty and he depends now on the support essentially of just of jeremy coleman in the labor party in a motion for a general election expected to come on monday do you think jeremy corbyn will instruct his m.p.'s to vote for that while the mood in the labor party is somewhat splits there is a group around jeremy cope and he would like to have an election as soon as possible so when the legislation is passed formally through parliament at the beginning of next week they would like to move very quickly to an election i think there is a mood also there among other labor m.p.'s and among some of the other opposition parties who would like to keep boris johnson hanging for longer this is partly of course to avoid the calamity of a new deal bragg's as they would see it keep johnson in say that the no deal is properly avoided but in addition to that wait longer and put johnson on the pressure there's a sense that he is starting paps to weaken to crumble the longer he stays in that position the more vulnerable the look and therefore the easier he might be to beat in a general election give him a bit more rope essentially but he also points to
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a real crisis of trust doesn't it i mean half of that more than half of that is a problem simply doesn't trust the word of this prime minister yeah that's been i think boris johnson's fundamental problem in all of this we have a prime ministerial system in britain not a presidential system and when the prime minister loses the confidence of the majority of m.p.'s in the house of commons let's not forget m.p.'s in his own party in some cases because of the 21 m.p.'s of lost the whip that position begins to weaken and as things stand boris johnson has fewer than 300. m.p.'s are supporting him on the whip that's not a tenable long term position so he is really running seriously out of options it's not clear where he goes from here and patrick worth pointing out that with all this talk of a general election the assumption seems to be made by many that it will break that breaks it impasse there's no evidence of that in the polls whatsoever we could well end up with another hung parliament i think that's absolutely right the academic projections suggest that the election results if there was an election in the next couple of months would be exactly the same as it was in 2017 you have
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a hung parliament not the labor or the conservatives able to command a majority in the house of commons so a general election it must be said may resolve very little in terms of the politics of bricks and yet one has now you never travel pattern diamond thank you very much that opposition lead and the no deal bill makes its way through the house of lords expected to clear it by the end of friday make legislation on monday and then we'll have another vote in the house of commons behind me on whether to call a snap general election much more to come down a whole life or is outside the palace of westminster. and boris johnson's problems don't start there his plan to suspend parliament for 5 weeks is facing a major legal challenge and to fix a campaign as have accused him of an unlawful abuse of power and judgement is expected in the high court on friday child angela has more. this hearing focused on the question of power whether or not the prime minister abused his in requesting such a long suspension of parliament 23 days the longest suspension since 19 lawyers acting
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for gina miller who supported in this case by former conservative prime minister john major argued that the prime minister misled the queen in justifying such a lengthy suspension don't think claim that he wanted to get a handle on domestic issues look into the any chance to tackle violent crime but lawyers here argue that really what he wants to do was run down the clock on bricks that debate on the other side the prime minister's lawyers are arguing this is also about the power of these courts and they say that they have no power to rule on this issue it is a constitutional matter they cannot intervene or do it and that is part of the problem here the u.k. constitution is not one single written document it's a very fine tissue of procedures laws amendments unusual practices and it really depends very heavily on politicians playing fair in following the norms and what
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gina minutes ago was arguing is that the prime minister has flouted those norms and in doing so you could set a very dangerous precedent of the judges here have a judge and they're going to reconvene on friday at 9 g.m.t. that is when they will give the decision. boris johnson is also had a busy day with other foreign leaders including a meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu that held talks inside 10 downing street on strengthening ties between countries and security in the middle east the stressed the need for dialogue and a diplomatic solution on the rhone netanyahu surprise trip to london was only announced on wednesday as he boarded a flight from israel as he said the meeting was perfect timing to increase pressure on iran. coming up on the. al-jazeera news hour from london at least 20 confirmed dead in the bahamas after hurricane dorian the storm is now hammering the u.s. east coast release from jail shot news from ukraine as the mh 17 case takes an unexpected
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twist and in sport in a story a world cup victory from one of the world's lowest ranked football nations. france has appealed to iran to refrain from any action doesn't comply with the 2050 nuclear deal the agreement has been unraveling since the u.s. withdrew and impose sanctions iran's president has on rouhani had warned that the his country's energy program will soon operate without limits on friday iran will begin developing centrifuges to speed up the enrichment of uranium which can produce fuel for power plants or atomic bombs the iranian government denies that seeking nuclear weapons. al-jazeera has been granted rare access to the only
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nuclear research facility in the country where the controversial 20 percent enriched uranium is being used josser jabari has this exclusive report from the tech front nuclear research reactor. this is the reason iran says its nuclear program needs 20 percent enriched uranium to keep its 1st nuclear reactor working. the center of the 5 megawatt reactor does all the work its source is a number of chemical elements which scientists here call a fuel assembly before it came into use in 2009 iran had to import 20 percent enriched uranium from argentina you know i go with this reactor originally used 90 percent of fuel in the past produced by an american company that it was realized reactors like this could work with 20 percent fuel as well so the change all reactors in a way to use 20 percent field including our reactor in 1903. but since iran began producing its own uranium rival powers have objected they're concerned with that
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technology reaching those higher grades of enrich uranium above 90 percent would mean being able to produce a nuclear weapon.


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