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of the capital port au prince. over the weekend in an easy call returned to the city with debris from roadblocks still littering the streets having a motorbike was the most efficient way to get around we visited the shanty town of the poorest slum in the city. there we met 65 year old so lend-lease the living conditions in her neighborhood are far from sanitary and many of her family members are sick. she tells us she remembers a time when she had steady work and life in the country wasn't nearly as hard but those days are long gone. the way things are going and the country has made things worse for the poor we feel even more mistreated than before there's no one here to help us we have to look at fosse selves. there are thousands of haitians who like solenn have been deeply affected by the political crisis there's an ongoing petrol shortage a fuel pumps are crowded and with public services crippled many people are forced
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to walk long distances in search of supplies in the mountain if you do and i have a wife and children and i can't find water i've got 5 dollars to buy water but i don't know where to find it with tensions still high the government continues to call for a national dialogue to. violence is not the best way to make your voice heard there's a major impact on the country's economy especially if it means haiti is locked down not unwilling to negotiate opposition leaders have once again called for mass demonstrations. there was a lot. over the weekend with the opposition calling on some of the more militants it's of demonstrators to use up on the protests to give people an opportunity to leave their homes to go out to the markets to fill up their vehicles with. to go out look for water and all these lies but the opposition had said already that he wanted the protests started again on monday and that's exactly what groups of protesters meeting up early is higher urgently we can confirm that at least one
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person was killed within the context of protests that began on monday on monday morning of course the opposition is calling for more protests we know that there was a meeting today with. diplomats from several different countries including the united states canada france throws brazil who are trying to alleviate the conflict what authorization we've been saying that they're not willing to negotiate with president weighs in saying that the only solution their only condition to restoring peace on the streets according to the president 2 guns on. hello with the latest there from puerto prince manner well for the moment thank you. and still ahead in this half hour u.s. president donald trump intensifies his rhetoric against those leading an impeachment inquiry against him plus. how a horn once used in football matches is taking on a new role in
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a country right. however that's a very wet and windy weather across parts of northern europe bands of cloud and right piling in from the atlantic there's been some travel disruptions across parts of germany can see how tightly packed the ice about here and that has led to a few trees down and as i said some travel disruption as a result of that another weather system that's making its way in as we go on through the next 24 hours or so so warm weather there for cities of southern parts of england and wales we've got right morning flood warnings in force here we've got so warnings in force to across parts of the low countries and again back into germany wet weather across a good part of france down towards the by of biscay push into central parts of
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europe eastern areas it's lovely it's gorgeous we got some warm sunshine once again because rest of 28 celsius to 29 the 4 athens and still some wet weather there for a time across that western side of russia colder as we go on into wednesday 12 celsius there for moscow still base in places of rain piling it becomes a cold air that's going to drive its way down across the british isles london top temperature just 12 degrees celsius weather continuing there into southern parts of france around switzerland spite of portugal staying fine and dry in the fata dry weather that continues to this northern parts of africa will see temperatures in tunis 30 degrees. every year 50000000 tons of electronic waste is thrown away the majority is illegally dumped in developing countries right now electronic waste is the most creative out of this with retracing the tech through the criminal organizations
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making big profits and asking why the west is turning a blind eye. on the waste trail on al jazeera. welcome back here's a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera yemen's who the rebels have unilaterally released hundreds of prisoners the u.n. hopes the move will help to revive a stalled peace process after months of failed efforts to push through a prisoner swap protesters are back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of the president give many more as the
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demonstrators are angry about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and fuel shortages turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth behind the murder of john after the saudi crown prince the night that he ordered the journalists death this week marks a year since the show was killed inside the saudi consulate in. more than 100 people have been killed in floods in the north and east of india thousands more homeless than without shelter after 4 days of heavy monsoon rains rescue teams in the states of with a profession bihar with. working to help those affected the indian air force has been asked for helicopters and machines to pump out floodwater. the u.s. military says it has carried out air strikes in somalia killing at least 10 fighters the strikes were in response to 2 attacks carried out by the own group on foreign forces in the country in the 1st attack fighters attempt at the storm
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a military base where u.s. special forces trained somali commandos the attack was repelled the 2nd assault was by a suicide bomber targeting italian forces in the capital mogadishu the explosion missed the convoy of peacekeepers but injured somali civilians. u.s. president donald trump has lashed out at the chair of the house intelligence committee which is investigating him for possible impeachment in a tweet from say the democrats adam schiff should be tried for treason this week the committee investigation is said to hear from a number of witnesses who say trump asked the ukrainian president to investigate democratic presidential hopeful joe biden and. for more let's go to our white house correspondent kimberly halkett she joins us now from washington as you can with what is happening with the inquiry right now. this is fast moving it is expected
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to go until at least the american thanksgiving holiday which is in november but already well congress is not in session there is a lot going on up on capitol hill there is an effort underway to get a deposition from a number of key players including former u.s. officials to ukraine also some closed door testimony of the inspector general of the intelligence committee the prepare the report from the whistleblower and there are negotiations underway to try and get testimony from the whistleblower as well but i can tell you in the midst of all this investigating there's also been a lot of questioning about what kind of investigating might be done back in ukraine because of course that this impeachment choir if you remember that it was president trump who was pressuring allegedly his counterpart in ukraine to investigate one of his political rivals former vice president joe biden well the president of ukraine vladimir zelinsky has been speaking about this in fact well he says that
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he's leaving open the possibility to see where any laws have been broken he will not yield to any pressure from the united states just because i'll be only with you we're not doing anything going to homs were independent country with no following any commands we have only one command to sort of ukraine on the. ok so the view there from the ukrainian president and what about the american president once trump himself been saying about this. yeah he's been speaking in the last hour barbara and if his tweets earlier today were any indication his mood has really not changed he is extremely angry alleging that the democrats investigating him in the democrat controlled house of representatives essentially accusing them of corruption trying to find out who the whistleblower is and insisting that his call to the ukrainian leader back in july now the focus of this impeachment inquiry was in fact in his view perfect he also is very angry with the house intelligence chair adam schiff
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you were talking about at the start of the segment saying that in fact he made up the president's words at a hearing last week on capitol hill so the president is particularly unhappy as he was speaking there to reporters at the swearing in for his labor secretary he underscored the points he had made that really signals that this president is acting as his own spokes person as this impeachment inquiry moves forward he's certainly trying to lay out a defense in the public discourse much like we saw in the russia probe using very similar language that this is a giant witch hunt but i can tell you at least according to democratic polling 54 percent of the american voting public is supporting this impeachment inquiry and trying to get more answers and clarity can really help you with the latest from washington d.c. at the white house kimberly thank you. thousands of indonesian students have protested against the new law saying it cripples anticorruption efforts.
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demonstrators have set fire to tire isn't. gasoline bombs and firecrackers but also angry about a proposed law that would ban sex outside marriage officers have used tear gas and water cannon to stop the students from reaching the parliament building in jakarta m.p.'s have passed the bill that reduces the indonesians and the corruption agency but they've delayed a vote on the proposal. to outlaw extramarital sex. the main rival to afghanistan's president ashraf ghani is claiming victory in saturday's election a beloved the law hasn't given any evidence to back up is that collaboration and the independent election commission says it's far too early to call preliminary results aren't expected for at least another 2 weeks candidates need more than 50 percent of the vote to be the clear an outright winner or the top 2 will head for a 2nd round in november. national talks to end the separatist crisis in cameroon
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have faulted before they even began most rebels and opposition leaders are boycotting the summit which was announced by president paul b. people in cameroons english speaking areas have been demanding independence accusing the french speech speaking majority of discriminating against them the u.n. says violence between rebels and government forces has killed nearly 2000 people and displaced more than half a 1000000 acquitted risk reports now from the capital young that. the start of the talks here in your own day marks a significant milestone for many years who said for the phos time the government acknowledges the fact that there is a reinforcement in the north west and south west of the country the government on its part represented by the french minister of cameroon says it's impressed with the turnout and with their arrangements on the ground despite the fact that many or most of the separatists are not yet in 1st was somewhat just one state the
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government should allow everything to be on the cards one of the main problems here at this dialogue is that the issue of separation is not on the cards. convince the people who want. not to think about secession any longer by carrying on concrete actions in the field everybody wishes to have. but peace is a consequence of action built on social justice over the next 4 days are just one strong from various sections of capital will be discussed in different committees and come up with a solution that the government hopes will help to solve the crisis in the north west and southwest of the country however what's not clear is that if the resolutions of this conference or dialogue will indeed convince others especially the some projects to lay down their arms and embrace the path of peace as the
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governor wants them to do. the greek government says at least $3000.00 refugees and migrants on the island of lesbos will be moved to the mainland following a deadly fire at an overcrowded camp at least one asylum seeker was killed when the blaze broke out on sunday 17 others were injured around 12000 people are currently housed in the more a camp which is more than 4 times the site's capacity separately greece has also announced plans to send another 10000 migrants back to turkey by the end of 20th and. china has more than doubled the deployment of security forces to hong kong as the city braces for another bout of protests foreign envoys have told the reuters news agency that beijing has sent up to $12000.00 troops to the territory in case the crisis deteriorates the city's government is ramping up security in preparation for china's national day on tuesday when mass protests aren't dissipated sarah
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clarke reports now from hong kong. after a weekend of violence between police and protesters hong kong is business as usual . these demonstrations have become the norm of the last 4 months the unrest has threatened the city's reputation as an international financial center but on monday the asia pacific arm of the world's largest brewer dai boot on the hong kong stock exchange raising nearly $5000000000.00 it's the 2nd largest i.p.o. this year it's a very good start to reopening the market is this the biggest to be the 1st meaningful you know large scale fund raising we've seen for several months in asia yes hong kong continues to be and will be for the foreseeable future the main main international both investing and capital raising venue but visors initial attempt to list in july was prevented by political unrest the scale and intensity of those demonstrations has only escalated on sunday hong kong witness. some of the city's
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worst violence protesters set fire to parts of its business district and government headquarters was under siege police have arrested at least $150.00 people in the half of students one was told these are. the weekend's violence is an ominous sign on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic of china hong kong government will officially host a flag raising ceremony the probation groups have also organized a number of events to celebrate national day the anti-government movement will also come out in force its moral will be demolished and the movement in the face of tyranny you can only fight like it's a lost battle when the tape to show its effect revolution becomes a duty pro-democracy groups have organized rallies across 6 districts including a march in central hong kong police have denied permission to go ahead that's
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unlikely to stop a movement that wants to spoil by genes celebrations. al-jazeera hong kong. it was one of the iconic images and sounds of the 2010 football world cup the meter long blown by south african fans during matches. yeah there it is now nearly a decade later the instrument is taken on a new purpose it's been used to alert 2 women in so wet all south africa's largest health check that their local patrol group is ready to a support them to public transport and the issue of women's rights is in the spotlight following a string of brutal attacks that have shocked the country the world health organization says that around 3000 women in south africa were murdered last year that's one of the realities. turns up the picture waiting violence against women it's become the norm it's our culture and rape jokes on our on the normal ity you
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know and protecting perpetrators rape apologists of the last year well known filmmaker came out and we came out a lot of us came out against him and one of the survivors was even contacted by one of his business associates saying we'll how much do you need for this to go away you know so so there there there is the reality of what we're living with on the ground and of course it's driven by the patriarchate ideology. much more on that story and everything else that we have been covering on our website there it is the address al jazeera dot com. announced take a look at the stories that are making headlines here on al-jazeera yemen's who the rebels have released 350 prisons which could revive efforts to end a war that has sparked the world's worst humanitarian crisis the u.n.
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hopes the move will lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi and erotic who will listen it comes a day after who the commander is released video footage that they said showed the capture of thousands of saudi backed fighters economic output we hope for the release of prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are all the prisoners and their families are suffering. protesters are back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of the president the marchers once again turned violent as protesters set fire to tires and clashed with police the demonstrators are angry about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and fuel shortages. turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth behind the murder of jamal khashoggi after the saudi crown prince denied that he ordered the journalists death this week marks a year since i was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul. more than 100
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people have been killed in floods in the north and east of india thousands more homeless and without shelter after 4 days of heavy monsoon rain rescue teams have been sent to the states of pradesh in the heart. the u.s. military says it has carried out air strikes on somalia killing at least the 10 al shabaab fighters the strikes were in response to 2 attacks carried out by the armed group al-shabaab fighters attempt at the storm a military base where u.s. forces trained somali commandos commandos another suicide bomber targeted a convoy of peacekeepers. u.s. president donald trump has lashed out at the chair of the house intelligence committee which is investigating him for possible impeachment in a tweet trump said the democrat adam schiff should be tried for treason trump is accused of asking ukraine to help find the dirt of his political rival joe biden those are the headlines stay with us coming up next it's the stream and more news
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at half an hour thanks for watching but i. welcome to the stream i'm femi oke a uganda mother has launched a landmark legal effort to be reunited with her child was taken through a forward and adoption but her case isn't linked today we ask has international adoption trick to condom parents for their children single thoughts through twitter and be changed.
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in most cases adoption gives the child opportunity and stability but some biological parents in uganda have lost their children without their consent amid fraud and exponent exploitation last week a mother father ugandan coopetition to overturn what she says is the illegal adoption of a son a lasso a living or patients from campaign group no white savior has suggested the stream cover this story and sent this video card to have a look if you want it's because the book comes with the road. as a tribute to the united states with others who want us to be signed up to now so this should be a stop on display be ugandan government this is what we are doing for now. which aside as you can to find solutions to this problem. we're joined from the ugandan capital kampala by dennis and that of magna advocates he is the legal representative for the mother who filed that petition and ike of l.
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is a correspondent is emmy award winning 4 lines film adoption inc the baby business examined for the adoption cases in uganda he's also in kampala nicholas arpaio is a human rights lawyer who has in the past brought on adoption cases is also in the ugandan capital and joining us right here in our washington d.c. studio ryan hanlon he is vice president of the national council for adoption what it's good to have you here nicholas you used to work on adoption cases it was such an awful experience you gave up why. well about 12 years ago when i went to them actually told me. who are you telling me to provide legal representation and. funded. home. i mean that. i did a couple of the option cases but after. doing
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a couple of cases i get that because the entire 15. action process in this country was for correction. and my conscience. so many occasions so many american families came to a court hearing and only met. me in court. and my conscience clear i abandon the person i talked to the american embassy and to the media suggesting. something. unfortunate grab the time we need to be. doing that. with the most and ran by the attorney general of the republic of uganda and say nothing nothing much will be done about it and they continue to question was allowed to continue you know dennis what you're describing
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is actually not a typical in that with international adoption it's a very normal thing that when u.s. families travel they often don't meet that child until they're in country to finalize the adoptive placement so exactly what you're describing there is something that we would see in countries all over the world the system is designed that way where the parents aren't in the country or selecting a child in advance they're receiving paperwork from the foreign government or from the foreign entities that they're partnering with the u.s. side and the foreign countries are partnering in that collaboration that sounds like a transaction it sounds like you have to time. the product is ready. it's very transactional in we wouldn't want to use those commercial terms and we're talking about anything pertaining to you know children in the hallways guard but what we want to talk about are the safeguards that are put in place and i need safeguards where on the u.s. side we're screening in assessing parents and then the foreign side they're screening
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the entire situation revolving involving the birth parents and preparing a file on the child to make sure we have the proper medical information the socio biographical history and then the foreign government and the u.s. government are both agreeing to that adoption so the idea is the paperwork that stuff before the family snap solution you know that's the liberal that's ideal all right let me think that i think nicholas let me show you something good yet there had because then i want to show our audience something that i thought they to connect with us you want to see the families and i know it went and met families on both sides of the atlantic because you don't have a faith that i think in cases involving children one of the most important is for the family to be able to have a connection with the child it isn't simply about the paperwork in my family more than a connection because if the child is jack's you you can be very difficult very much an oppressive to the child there or so i think that our interaction would be
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terrible to me important and the fact that this is not being done and it didn't being suggested that it necessary i think for me even if you completely disregard it will be emotional i well being of the child dennis am i right in thinking that the the laws in uganda have changed somewhat over there. that there is a period of time with adoptive parents have to be available to that child and have to have contact with that child for a year was it through yes help me out. thank you i think what may grow their own say by missing the point and i want to call go with my brother nicholas that the relationship between an adoptive parent and a child is that of a rigorous possibility and it's built together with that but then sure intending to period should have an opportunity to live together so that well and grows dark in
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the ugandan laws under the children's act it only intending to parent is supposed to leave with a child to period of one year and they should have 1st of that child so that one period and footnote really the system is cured you know where that adds up to can't explain the look polls as to defeat the ends of justice as far as children's interests are concerned in adoptive person says i guess let me just take a pause for a moment i want to play a little bit of the 4 lines film that was involved in making because it takes us out of the process and the paperwork and really interesting says the real people behind some of the stories where they have rock have a look. the only place florence genova see their children now is in photos 5 years ago they sent them to stay with their system area. but when they returned
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to collect their children had disappeared. marian claims she put them in a boarding school but in fact the children had been taken to america legally adopted without their mother's knowledge. what do you think about the fact that a family can come from another country and become illegal parents of somebody else's child to be sure you know who he'd run an amateur family is you know he's going on and i wonder whether he would have for a long time as it is high level around. and i want to bring into this conversation revised and tweets and some comments from our online community so look at eva here eva says it would appear that the adoptive parents and all the orphanages are taking advantage of the language communication barriers of the mothers and so they're helping the mothers raise their children the system is enabling the children to be taken away very sad and then this very simply for.
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they still children what is your take. well i think we were talking about the bill i guess which will about the paperwork area and that is significant but i think what it might be difficult for people outside uganda and other countries like uganda might be able to understand is that institutions don't function as a christian lee if they do elsewhere in the world in the u.s. for example and people's communities and people's families are not necessarily going to be as organized as people in the developed world would expect to it might seem very surprising that 2 mothers could send their children off to boarding school pool and have no idea that they are being legally adopted without their knowledge that's because documents he can very easily be forged and in that case for example the aunt posed as the mother of those children and was able to take those documents not only to court but also to the u.s. embassy and claim that she was the mother of those children so the paperwork was
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significant only in that it was all appearing to be official as far as anybody in court or the american embassy or the u.s. adoption agency may have been concerned and i think that is at the heart of what this problem because if you can't trust the paperwork or if you can't trust the institutions were corrupt and is widespread it's very very difficult to protect the families in uganda who are abusing their children and it's also difficult to protect the adoptive families in places like america because when they just go over what's happened when they discover this report they're also victims of this and very did and you're right that we do need those protections in place and what i would say is that we have protections in place and there are solutions here we can do d.n.a. testing of these individuals to determine are they the birth parent or are they different relative or are they not related to a child at all so that we don't have that exact same situation happen we can do record interviews to make sure this isn't happening but right now the system in
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uganda is the same as it is in many countries where the birth parents or others would have to go to. and providing a revokable consent there then interviewed again by the u.s. consulate and so you know there there are solutions and we need more safeguards such as the ones i'm proposing here to put those protections in place because to your point we don't want any any parents the birth parents or the adoptive parents to feel like anything was not all but above board and i had i i do appreciate that that is an effort that some countries are making but what i think again it's difficult for outsiders to understand is that's not necessarily going to help all of the families who were tricked into giving up their children who i met didn't understand what was happening so in many cases they were coached to go to court or to the u.s. embassy and lie because they understood that they were getting a wonderful sponsorship opportunity for example these people were very very easily exploited by the agents who were finding these babies and a d.n.a.
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test wouldn't change that because these people were coached to go and lie in court and at the american embassy and again that might seem difficult to understand from the perspective of an american audience but here in uganda one is a single mother she is illiterate she has no money and somebody apparently of influence like a lawyer or an adoption agent comes to her and tells her what to do it be very difficult for her to resist she's very very easily tricked it's very easy to mislead to these people and i mean something that people here are fond of saying is there is no armed adoption. apparently there is no equivalent so it's very difficult to explain to somebody in a rural area i think i have more faith in you know in the people i have gone to to understand what adoption is and its is a cultural practice it's something that happens within families within uganda all the time so i don't think what you're saying is accurate at all and i think the what you're describing here and even even the i don't know that you have there and
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we had a we had a birthday parent whose child had already been placed for international adoption so the idea that she doesn't understand that just doesn't make sense this makes very very fortunate that our community has been your grabber. communal children are viewed as community. extended. and. higher. because. parents because the child. so they will. be. socially speaking across the country that's. a good.
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believe to be. raising so i think that's a good point but for me we're missing an important part of the conversation here and i don't completely missed perhaps purposely excluded an important voice here which is that there is an organization going around uganda trying to coerce and threaten birth parents and telling them they need to rescind and then the same organization is reaching out to u.s. families and doing the same thing so i have a question and why didn't you report on that in your film. i've actually never heard about it's not something recent so i don't know it's not only relevant but i would have thought had you raised your little girls and i we should get all angry you know let me let me play this in because this is a little clip from the film and i think what i did in the film was she did reflect that money was a big impact in terms of people feeling that maybe my child will be looked after better by by these other people across the ocean not quite understanding maybe what
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that transaction actually meant and the local agent who used to work for one of those organizations so that she was pushed into working for them and if she didn't do the work she would be fired have a look at risk. so what was the involvement of journeys of the heart. to provide their financial support and then i would provide this service and was this service was to find children that can be adopted they want to live between fast 1st because if if you get a child today spends in our home late 23 months is adopted that means they're spending most of this child. but if a child comes to his for a year. it's much experience. and they would say that to you they would say we need children that can be adopted 1st so dennis this idea of this mother who
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doesn't have a parent or rights over her own child and you are trying to get them back for her is that even possible legally she is not the parent anymore. my sister. also married the situation as it is under a system where. abuse the processes and procure information together we. all grants now the case 100 is close to what i know is saying we have to all legal guardians living in louisiana will mr presented to court that the. periods or the channel or as eventually taken grant who will fall who so minute it
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gives you or there was granted was this is why when you look at there was the mother is with us today mr smiley because i know you've been following this case for a long time i just wanted now can you get your child back if there has been saying or somebody say well what that's kind of right there's been some fraud involved can this mother become the mother and form or the adoptive parents who are legally the guardians were they at some point be out to get that child from here that that child where legal guardians procure an adoption order it then becomes grounds for challenging all for playing for evocation of that very ground where i'm not really going to sue presidents that dennis finish has been a dentist let dennis finish that basically if you got to is actually going to get her child back that is that's that's what i was curious about knowing is that possible. it is the responsibility of court.
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related i let me bring in remembering it another another thought i was just on a run this by brian because the concept of international into country adoptions is quite controversial and become more so and move there are actually beginning to drop and the more countries that say no you cannot take our children out of the country the more places like uganda democratic republic of congo become more attractive for families and parents to to possibly be actual adult do you feel that adoption should not be allowed to happen from one country to another country without make life a lot simpler for both sets and there's hundreds of thousands millions of children around the world growing up without parents right and if we cherry pick one case here and one case there and we make a docu documentary and say you know adoptions what made you say quotes were stuck in the document nowhere because it didn't come across as journalism it came across
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as activism it didn't show the whole story what i was saying earlier before i was cut off is there are going to say she's going around from birth parent to birth parents threatening them telling them they have to rescind you know telling them that what they did was wrong and so none of that was reported on in that so-called documentary i don't think that's an accurate depiction of adoption whatsoever in fact i think adoption is a way that we're able to allow hundreds of thousands of children who need parents to get the loving families that they deserve all right before i close i want to show you something to hear these out and read it all to my everybody nicholas nicholas hoult site this is really important for our audience how will carry on my laptop these adoptions international adoptions i'm going to just pick 2018 i'm going to go down to uganda. to write down here despair with me everybody because i want to see the number of adoptions that we are talking about that are registered and then i you can come right back in here here is uganda. i'm going to press go
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here and then you can see how many adoptions happened in the last 26. yeah thank you i'm just i'm curious about ryan's perspective because he's now talking to you to uganda but the law there's a huge volume of evidence which says that your dollars existing international adoption coming from places like you is that the american state department right and what is your perspective i use they are keen to dismiss the idea that to be cultural differences raju why don't you prepared to listen to people here in uganda no i think you're misrepresenting what i'm saying of course i'm willing to listen to them i'm not going to pretend that you're the other 2 guests here are unbiased one of them has litigation on this very matter but you brought of unicef unicef around the world has been shown that they are supportive of adoption and they've
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actually employed mark riley who is part of the couple who's part of this organization reunite that's anti adoption that's going to birth parents and harassing them and threatening them and coercing them so i'm glad you raised that with unicef and my question again to you is why are you not reporting on that how could you put together a documentary where this is widespread reported within uganda and not show another side of the story only one side of the story's been shown in the film you've produced let me move on haiti i don't i just i know i do think that it's just that just in a line if you may and i want to move on ahead. over the course of my 5 year investigation i interviewed hundreds of people and the only coersion i found was coming from be a job. and that was reflected well let me move on to run if i like read your go here is both major why i don't like the film and as such it's been a long a lot of time working on that film i'm going to move on if i may a rock shadow namu you member is ambassador for you can there's
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a dog that's an organization in uganda that says that we can take care of our kids we can take care of them a week and a look after them and adopt them within the country have a listen to what she had to contemplate to asho today i think it's really sad that unscrupulous people are taking advantage of desperate families and they being facilitated by different players within the system i believe adoption should only happen as a last recourse after all efforts have been made to try and resettle children with their birth families just so they're not kept to situations because the honestly don't belong in institutions and even then i don't believe that intercountry adoption. to uganda you know children's problems because it's bad enough having to be raised by a family that's not sugar family but to be taken away from an environment in a culture that you are familiar with into a different country can be very very difficult and honestly we've been talking on children formally and informally for a very very long time and we do not need to turn to the west all right so i'm just
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looking here and yet you do not come to mind my laptop because it's not looking pretty baby armored regress create family villages do not let foreigners adopt knickers a couple of other ideas change is possible perhaps an adoption of international treaties is a 1st step in force through bodies such as the un african union etc etc etc are there other ways that children uganda can be adopted. in the class i had. there i think that 1st and foremost important to make the point that i really ugandan could be a group to be us and do what america hears for our children that's not true. we won't. you dear to our giving children from. a poor country or community and i think the remark. question about that there isn't that nicholas there is there's
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a conversation in the us that if i just want to cite just my at and u.s. the reason why parents often adopt overseas is it's very difficult for them to adopt within the united states that's actually not true there's $124000.00 children in the u.s. waiting on adoption they can be adopted from foster care there's also lots of private domestic adoption the children that are adopted internationally concerned are they got that going for them here are they going fake young babies is that why no actually americans more so than any other country adopt holder children children with medical special needs children that are part of sibling groups they're going because there is a need there i mean your guests are the clip you just showed she said she'd prefer children to live in an orphanage instead of a family that's a ludicrous position children have a human right to grow up with parents they have a human right to a family and to have guests on there that say otherwise is really appalling and i think ought to be called out nicolas what you said is absolutely right if i may i did actually speak just before a lot of our you know i don't speak somebody you're watching are feeling you can't
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guess about that why are. we at the end of the show i can tell that this is the by the continuous it's the place that you know very well ryan because they idea into country adoptions is incredibly controversial even to the. dead us. thank you for being part of this conversation will continue we appreciate your time here on the stream us again next time to catch. growing dark and harsh and unforgiving circumstances children learn to play dangerous games they say if i throw stones that destroy the house and take me worn down by frustration and broken promises young men living under the constant threat
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move. where every. hello there i've been a staple in london and these are the top stories on al-jazeera yemen say the rebels have released hundreds of prisoners which could revive efforts to end a war that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis the u.n. hopes the move will lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi an iraqi coalition assumptions of 8 has. the paraded in front of cameras and told they can go home but.
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these are some of the 350 prisoners released by yemen's hooty rebels assured me that it's an overwhelming sense of delight happiness and pleasure as i am coming home back to my family at home and i mean. we hope for the release of all prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are you many and all the prisoners and their families are suffering was there were on the list drawn under a un brokered prisoner swap agreement signed in stockholm in december the deal to release $7000.00 detainees was seen as a breakthrough through words peace for the yemeni government and the hoodies have blamed each other for failing to implement it. will say this and conditional release should show their commitment. we are prepared and willing for an all inclusive swap deal with or they are yemenis or other nationalities and to prove our sincerity we have initiated the unconditional release of $350.00 prisoners we
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have called the united nations to pressure the other side to reciprocate. among those being held are saudi citizens who they say will be handed to the red cross aid workers have called for gestures like this as a way to build confidence with hopes that it can lead to a peaceful resolution the people who were released today were our fathers sons brothers of course we hope to see more initiatives in the future bigger numbers from all sides and as the international committee of the red cross we are always ready to act as a neutral facilitator just as we did today in any future release of. gratian so definitely we are hopeful and we also hope that this release we've got contributes to the revival of the stock on agreement in a media briefing on monday the spokesman for the sound the u.a.e. coalition was noncommittal under leasing captives in response to the hutus from hundreds of fighters according to the who the military spokesman they launched a major attack inside the saudi territory of mage run and destroyed multiple
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vehicles as well who double short the capture of hundreds of yemeni and saudi soldiers which al-jazeera cannot independently verify the saudi spokesman also cautioned against taking these videos at face value. it's part of a series of attacks including the one on saudi aramco which took out half of its oil production earlier this month the hoodies criticized world powers were condemning the attack and said oil is a commodity which is not more expensive than yemeni blood it is an escalation of violence in a war that many see as a proxy conflict between iran and saudi arabia but i'm a big job it is their protest as a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president jovan l. maurice a march is that once again turned violent as demonstrators set fire to tires and clashed with police on the streets of the capital there is widespread anger about an alleged government corruption spiraling inflation a fuel shortages. turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth about
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the murder of jamal has shot of the saudi crown prince tonight he ordered the journalist death this week marks a year since he was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul saudi crown prince has told us t.v. network that he didn't order the murder but still takes responsibility because it happened under his watch. more than 100 people have been killed in floods in the north and east of india thousands more homeless and without shelter of the 4 days of heavy monsoon rains rescue teams have been sent to the states of the to pradesh behalf. and the u.s. military says it's carried out air strikes on somalia killing at least 10 fighters the strikes were in response to 2 attacks carried out by the group al-shabaab fighters 1st trying to storm a military base where u.s. forces train somali commandos the 2nd attack targeted a convoy of e.u. peacekeepers and those are the latest headlines mom a's only anyways trail is
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i'm going to move this pile of real west that i've been down here looking for to us that tugs on a property tugs gives a little indication and provide a clue as to who owned it we used it be it in holland general denmark spain wherever it would help me get to the bottom of this dumping to get to. these higher public places university hospital. the 1st one. that i found was like ages ago they're very both even my luggage so i'll need to cover the sort of fiction. the idea is to take these things but to the preview as
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well as the original and these are easy with the belong to people in the u.k. . i wasn't questions asked to call these things go to go if they have any idea. what goes around comes around. somebody has to pay for these things because the environmental and health consequences in almost killing people who get it is simply immoral and criminal initial response and. the longer they want to tie me to you let me help me. with you right now. let them know this is the council my name is mike and i. like to come and see to show you what i found entry investigate how your just got a computer equipment found its way to god.
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this is the moment that i have been waiting for to listen to the other side of the story. good morning. who wants to make it counsel is a button he want to come this way with me about the. cycle of the awesome tax for some of the he wished the good spell been going on well college and their seniors if you medical students like salt bank university young university don't say you go fast spread of the england you know let me show you the place where fathers equipment. this is why i keep lists. to cut. shut off. it's terrible to mark such an emotional she says sam of all over africa oh he's your specific bastard i figure well well we're having problems when we have nigeria i don't cause god you know these 2
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countries are the major countries you see even 20 who's there is research as far as we can. that particular piece of waste from the serial numbers look in there to me which on 20 years ago. i mean the article was for to be ethical was. called mission and given the challenges of care for their own called it was but i will think anybody actually saw things through what happens when when it is no longer in you. were not able to complete the training to find all the good men from leeds went to because a deposit on to a community organisation would have committed lizzie she no longer exists. really southern weather for that we're not able to get that much information that could offer included the story for me.
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this is the piece that i found in gone from a dump site it's only words belong to doubly sure constabulary and i really do want to bolt it into prison yes we put the story on the front page because we knew that people would be outraged that their daughter should police you know were somehow getting their equipment around fill in god it was a difficult investigator in the story and i had to fill in the press offices several times and to push it they said that they at that time were using a contractor to deal with their waste and it was the contractor who had arranged well for the waste to be disposed of and so i guess there was a little bit of them saying it's not really us here it's the contract. a waste i don't think people have quite grasped the seriousness of it and can brush it away
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to a certain degree in the way that they wouldn't necessarily raise you know these kind of other crimes. trucks and so on. and you look at the speeds of equipment yes you realize that obviously there's a loss of touch but it belongs to the ship not the letter yeah it does mark i'm really pleased you've come way from gone with us and let me 1st to apologize to you and all the people of gone and it was happened it shouldn't happen this to you and acceptable to most of the time you find children some as young as 5 dismantling in berne indies and and exposing themselves to very toxic chemicals yes the police of the time did use a proper bonafide licensed recycling company to recycle old computer equipment had to be replaced if you conduct formal investigations into what happened the munder standing is was cry alone subcontract chain from a company when used in the time it was called broke already ceasing.
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then we should at least come from possibly only from one person from one of his asian company to the other those that were very difficult to be one who is acting to want and when. whatever my name is mike and i mean i'm trying to reach to him to with our 2nd issues and you have. their. gratitude for certainly be taken over they can't marry where they're going and your main thing i mean you're right you're here. but you and i have no beginning and i. am very much disappointed i have been to several places and the usual this q. is as has been 20 years or we give them to charity and i find these as cues rather
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funny. because it doesn't. away the problems it doesn't take away the complicity and it doesn't take away the. blatant. today it's on the fish for 2nd plan for the u.s. and spain. this is. generated by developed countries should go for recycling. the shredder is done using proper equipment with a hill specialized machine. which
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is protective. you don't have to use a bit like the children and dump site in a can go. up to 90 percent of the materials i reuse of tools. let me ask you this question you have this wonderful recycling facility and so why do we still hope the little village when it was illegally being dumped in ghana for instance. but they don't. go to the black market to block that i don't know but i really think it is that we are safe 25 percent no
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mater what i consider wrist what does it go i don't know to come to my come. ready ready ready ready ready ready this is a tracker for money during each waist so in this way we can control what are the movement from didn't quite extreme point to their treatment plans. so it means that one's it is installed in the us you can full of the movements and look and possibly final destination so yeah that's it for him and. i think is very important so we can get to simply live wire to send it in the way these things are or let's go.
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now we have there's this. computer we can follow this thing now from this that allows. we can see down this prison where we're going to be collecting. them taking the discarded computer with a tracking device to a public collection point. i wonder where it was going and. this was sold you know we control all the money in the basis this is the battle of this money because an indication of this leave where we have a place so we can go that isn't in this difficult so we have a rio to be fair on the players we have this in this one it is possible to track
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all the way to god yet when we see this thing not all we can say is sing gonna. get us money not looking for somebody to program up on this fancy globus he. doesn't imply what he was the look is look at us i'll just go. to. the underside of the city and then don't we decided it was just going to give up little. one everywhere if it has. to be which is the given and i thought i'd been done behind we've got the door to the hamas and it been done in p.r. they were not that enough i wanted to get out to get another just because what i asked is a lot of i don't i'm not a mother this come by the. a lot of the glad i think you are aware those who
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believe you still are your mother while that's the guy who's going to evolve. the bill but i've had people yes i've got to be up. thank you. we've actually been to most of us had a lot that we see on time and they're looking at you know a lot about them and their stock is bullish fundamentalist personality the masses will tell you about the. last police units being in or not will be now the
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government is going to. use them will be in battle. with your projects trucking the movements and flying locations of us what are the findings could you share that with me i think it's the by cisco so if you're in a story in some cases it was all the less than half of the devices they are rife authorize is naming a little nyquist yes what happens or even used the reciprocal market is it is still insulting is because the value so if you have and you can take these waste to an illegal market where you can sell these devices do out of attaining a benefit to.
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responsible for that you need all shipments and dumping of the west africa. by member station incentives and you we tried to use to expose a combo form as a crime. where does it all go wrong. for research we found it is leakage of virtually every stage of the process here in the u.k. at least half of the original waste and is the black market. or even china it's for exactly how it actually gets diverted. from. you set out a fake company based in hong kong and really then put together sort of the vehicle hit list of companies we thought was suspicious and we contacted those companies to
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see what they're offering or not that's a few meetings with these companies. our story was there one of our customers from the other goods in china that asked us to secure some supplies of c r t's got there a choose from from europe and so we were just presenting us i was going to middleman if you like yourself because it's your field and we all. just before they die when it was a phone call is something these thing europe i mean there was a you know we can get you 1000 pretty quickly we get them from a major recycling firm he said here about $1000.00 or more slower medicine so it was a computer that was a result of income or something else so we have really it's not a wall thing it's huge is that small towns or it's he she said on the person it's tough for you know the. whole staged visit he was good i bet it members of the
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public to hold the choice agreement to accept a community site you know council dump site at that point these sites are run by by companies a subcontracted by the local authority local council to miners the waste but often in these locations as we found as for this of constructing 2 small companies that deal specifically with the electronic waste and instead of this material being recycled it's is simply put in containers and shipped out to places. like west africa and the far east. president. that i must do was sell people off of. this stuff or so i could do something for live. what is the motivation why is this so much he was been sent to got the military from straight is just pure money pure profit if you can receive a payment from
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a local council and the subcontractor 200 this waste and then instead of recycling and simply put in a container and ship it out you're basically getting paid twice or because you're avoiding the cost of recycling and you maybe give us some money to pay for clothes harvest. that good idea how to bag yarn story in fun lend it golson heffron and i wouldn't feel nuts muncy contain negatives to be told we have full of electronic
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shots without fault and does iowa and at stake illegal. we do want to close the loop hole which is leading to so many electrical goods ending up in developing nations being taken apart by by children bonfires and jumps. at least kenya he had to hope miss for us in god's own fucking electoral shot into the tibetan and suppose an awfully kikes but yet one is just my nominal mischa to top it. indifferent or viewed us this us down mocked into name as i suppose lima. elect to live in an age say about economic being as i say this to me and.
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this is a very toxic waste stream pouring out of europe we are wasting what could be and should be used again numb it would know she would up us to ski vanya masoud off to the productive it up with the lectern each next 23 years since cousins tot mom it to suit off the top that. i would assume. with or without the 3. yeah bro i. should know i'm best is. to elect to short mia. to be an athlete conscious linda exported to. the us a d. you needn't be x. partier in the us alice beleaguered with some documentation with snuff eyes and listen to sync was off watch that.
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it was interesting seeing the port in scotland and having a feel for what is actually done by way of controlling these ship winds will be with. the actually open the container in my presence in the for me was so important . and historic lesbian west africa play model in nigeria over the last 3 years we have noticed a net increase to ghana one of the usual tricks but these illegal exporters use is an example changing that contain a drop off point last month so as we can be there to check our potentially have and material on the 1st floor philos of the container of our walk in order of itself until something behind that is not working order. was a lot of money to be made an export most wanted him who we estimated by the export
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of organizing it could potentially make up to 5000 pounds in a container. of the container and inspect the material to see if it wished them off . as waste fridge equipment not being private to them and be illegal so due to the very thing you could measure functionality not of this angle of cover the amount of exports that is placed in the us or someone because the fact of the use of resources a fact of life. can come a spike to check for back up the container for material. goods or can afford to foot the pool table but the camera was no longer there just the endless as little as another and occasion that's why the majority of an effort goes into that. is of intelligence and the use of inspections on analyst day. we've already out information for mags most of the sure the feature of the french's had been tested
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when i was a small object in children and people of the governess marched up. for me i would say that the control that i saw on the port in scotland was not good enough every single item would have to be checked for functionality particularly you'll be continence it was refrigerator is a big television several computers to talk to finally the world the a working in good working order before this should go with a just jump. for most when we grow old we take life at a slower pace well not for this centenarian. online dating teaching the use kicking in doors. she's
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it is possible to fully clean the premises and skeletor but what you don't leave is evidence that you have 40 clean some mystery wanted to give an example of the problem started speaking about the old. before even the saudi government if i were just a general manager in a saudi consulate on al jazeera. i know that i'm going to see in london with the top stories on al-jazeera yemen's heathy rebels have released 350 prisoners which could revive efforts to end a war that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis the u.n. hopes the move will lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi amorality coalition it comes a day after he commands us release video footage that they said showed the capture
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of thousands of saudi backed forces at the one on the top of the hour we hope for the release of prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are you many's and all the prisoners and their families are suffering protests as a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president george. march's once again turn violent as protest is set fire to tires and clashed with police demonstrators that angry about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and fuel shortages. turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth behind the murder of jamal has georgie after the saudi crown prince denied he ordered the journalist death this week marks a year since assured he was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul the saudi crown prince has told a us t.v. network he didn't order the murder but still takes responsibility because it happened under his watch more than 100 people have been killed in floods in the
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north and east of india is more homeless and without shelter of the 4 days of heavy monsoon rains rescue teams have been sent to the states of a pradesh the ha. and the u.s. military says it's carried out air strikes on somalia killing at least 10 fighters strikes were in response to 2 attacks carried out by the armed group. fighters 1st tried to storm a military base where u.s. forces train somali commandos the 2nd attack targeted a convoy of peacekeepers. u.s. democrats carrying out an impeachment inquiry into president dollar trump of issued a subpoena to his lawyer giuliani they say giuliani has already said on national television that he asked ukraine to target former vice president joe biden you know was prompted by whistleblower leaking details about a phone conversation between trump and his ukrainian counterpart and those the
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latest headlines here on al-jazeera more for you in 25 minutes not made continues next. we don't have a law in this country forbidding that type of export right now electronic waste is the most traded hazardous waste it is recognized as being the most severe problem with respect to toxic trade and it still goes on every day from our ports here in the united states.
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since the country that is the. wasteful country. and produce the most electronic waste. in all different types of programs in explorers out there save your insides all 3 of them all the time they cozy up charities the symbol of this very really nice there is help for so much money considering ways. but basically it's all about filling up a seagoing container. one
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of the things we've been able to do to demonstrate to. how prevalent this type of exporting is we will just go around to these people calling themselves recyclers and you drive by them and the beauty is that you can't hide big old 40 foot container. they're all at a loading dock so these buildings are designed so you can't drive them into the building. so it's very easy to photograph them and they have prominent numbers and we take pictures of those and we date them. or i can type that number into a database called track trace and here we see the whole record of that particular container and it's last week's voyages it's gone from thailand to singapore now it's in new zealand. we've been starting to get this data which nobody else has
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was really the flows look like. it comes through concomitant almost 65 percent of the time from us we didn't know that and we started tracking and tracking tracking wow they're all going to hong kong. come from every way oh uncle from the united states of america from europe and even from africa. every day do about 80 ocean going marshals coming into on call and 63000 boxes in containers coming into one doesn't really is a huge number right.
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this market is just one some places that doesn't always and see if they can find some loopholes they think that they falsified the descriptions of the decoration. so as they try to. deceive their customs of officials but i can tell you that districts will get. a receipt back to high risk on janus or ships for processing. we have 2 types of x. ray scanners we can scan on to a truck in less than 2 minutes the whole truck i mean if i tell you. his movies put a container under the scanner because season one is us. for you ways that we have
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a number of kazan apos failures and most of them are the credits posix scrap metal scrap. we intercept a container and not just face and process the container the container is being repaired traced back to the states and then to have a successful prosecution in hong kong hong kong company and the us company also. we do not process each and every container coming or going out on call around a while there's no known one customer ministration that can process 100 percent of them.
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have always wanted to do something to make some change so i joined going peace in 2002. first can pat is watching only waste. missing these amazing and the really shocking we can fund of the. united states you waste in hong kong. farmland. i heard about the waste from alyse coming to hong
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kong 1st store in rio. i checked my mobile phone that i found here of a big contents ariel we have here. in this region. you can see. from the 2nd book and whole. thing.
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this one is coming from the even mental protection bureau in united states you know what is going to do with. 'd united states government deal we stay you with the united states not send the waste to out of country trying to. meet. you name the us from here to manage on. the trucks and reload in new territories and drive across 3 clubs and they have to pay a bribe is the only way they can get across or use a small coaster boat to go up the pearl river delta into areas like man high and there again you pay
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a bribe to unload it. when we went to look we don't see. any signs to say ok this is what we just said smail greystone the smell ok we know we are around. every year. several 1000000 tonnes you is throwing to look from overseas that the united states and europe in japan korea l l l l at least home over 80 percent local people make life depends on you waste recycling.
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this is very typical local family will show. the world has recycled the plastic all c r t. the sky used the light to burn the plastic and cars 5 difference have. the walk don't have any protective mask to protect their health. this isn't a daily life they will. miss family books are people used to pick up the. expensive metal for all my cheeks. and the bad seeing is the
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waste i see people using only going out into the river so local iran mint has been able to raid. by the way. in the summer but children jump into a river mystery splat is full of hate. but always feel ready side. of meals when he even mental friendly is good but people health well harmed and the local environment also well. really what's happening is people are extremely wise in cost you don't want to solve the problem you'd leather let someone else deal with it and you'll never have to pay for it you don't ever get a bill from china saying you contaminated my land you have to pay.
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we are all the time appalled which is one of the biggest balls that we have and discomfort. that is so much softer or a little ships coming in here from all over the wall. it is a very lovely beach here i mean the coastline in ghana here it's marvelous is beautiful. but it's sudden still hugs to realize that most of the ships that are coming into the port here mated with one team is the poles that help so much and that's when they would say. we'll be environmental protection agency you know that it's the responsibility of educating your no more and so somebody
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zimmermann the problems. so when you say the countries of origin a little has been shipped to god we did a country survey of the can. we realize that about 60 percent of it comes from here and then the new used equipment not the qualified as we just. so for me the whole thing is being is for economic reasons and it is all organized leg in business is organised so that makes a community there's a cascading effect will be big money for the book as who are mostly europeans then how do the middle group being africans who are involved in. bringing them
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here we also get a certain proportion and then when it comes to look at a market then do it was all in a statue that was on sailing and other things what is the way old what should be the solution we didn't have laws so we have developed a draft policy which was in the palin meant to be passed say that we can prosecute in country once we have the laws passed nationally that is our own parliament and we can stop it and challenge any government is to say. that you do together with my team responded by 6 months doing that mr keeshan and then we got even undercover press agents.
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it was was one of the biggest areas that we looked into for example most fraud have been through the east system. the stones have a form of valuation for such home appliances so it's an evolution is next to nothing. somebody goes who clearly used comes from the west's and you look at it as condemned goods so we are not going to pay the value that you would be ordinarily noble. he does this thinking about them but meant that not even their ministry not even their customs offices all that they care about is that you say he defeated them to be used counts ways that my cat from. to amy i am going to. the right instead of credit taking those 4 upon which.
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you. may know from the city to see this as of his as walking through the 1st afforded him cells that became somebody think it's useful. to scrap the law to come in on this done by at the point waiting for a bias to declare or the custom of systematic lead most of them must occur and best way to take it if. it was not in that way and it would ease me into check if he could see if i had a disability fund but told that this is it it may have a fault. for example if you think about pay t.v. and i was the only way can really be about $2.00 or 3 but then that people would buy also rely on some repair work on it you want to give it to mechanics tools you can look at it to see what had become repaid. with the
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thing and. in the. evening go to. look at it. and. this machine then i need to find out about the i just want to keep in touch and that is my next week and then this one through the 4th wall from the legion of egypt. if i find out when the forces continue some of the names.
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in. the offing cop is no easy thing for a film guest on 3 guys no easy to it off isn't one just. the same since. the book comes about as school is if you see something studious. majority of goodman's about 90 percent of americans would want to depend on these 2nd homes because. of the new forms new laptops but it is still expensive but to pull them up the money good will for these the. people of say particularly some of those behind the shipment of say but while we're trying to bridge the digital divide between you merica and in the recent off
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how i once again we should start to see the temperatures just easing up nicely across southeastern parts of australia over the next couple days lossie clear skies with a pretty good high pressure is in charge temperatures in melbourne getting up to around 20 celsius and on that shoes day in 19 the city a little on the disappointing side but 26 in adelaide with a northerly wind there around 18 degrees the perth on she's day simply temperature treatment is to go into wednesday with us southeast including say. melbourne gets up to around 23 degrees and sydney touch is 24 a little further north we have got a few showers there into that eastern side of queensland just around the gulf coast pushing up to the north of brisbane up around the sunshine coast as well 23 celsius here now we got some wet weather on the other side of the day for new zealand we
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have got some clout of rain pushing its way through it'll be snowing. the highest ground in temperatures all struggling a little struggling to get a double figures that will cross just that on shoes they would choose they should be lousy dry the what's the weather pushing across the north grassy easing out of the white but never ready to fall weiss essential as in new zealand we'll see some wet weather sunny if ever the wet weather making its way towards a korean peninsula over the next couple of days because hc comes typhoon me tag. october on al jazeera. this month marks a year since the merger of the journalism. maybe has sam mostyn new series of interviews or data tackling the big issues of our time. world leaders expense and environmentalists will assemble in iceland to discuss the future of the arctic. i
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am episodes of folk lines examining us is thrown in all around and will bring you coverage of the announcement of the $29.00 team nobel peace prize. october on al-jazeera. this is al-jazeera. hello everyone i'm from the city bar and welcome to this news hour live from london coming up in the next 60 minutes another political firestorm in the white house reports that u.s.
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president donald trump asked australia's leader to investigate the minor inquiry. the protests hit haiti where anger against corruption and shows against this highly push on the president to resign. the rebels release hundreds of prisoners raising hopes it will revive talks to end the devastating civil. dime peter stammered at the world athletics championships was a golden light for africa mathlete ethiopia uganda and kenya all waiting titles on the track in doha. donald trump's presidency looks set to be engulfed in another firestorm this time over a report that he asked a 2nd foreign leader for political help the new york times says the u.s.
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president off the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigating the mulla inquiry which examines russian interference in the 2016 election well this is strong faces an impeachment inquiry over a phone call with ukraine's president where he asked for political on democratic presidential candidate joe biden let's take you straight to washington d.c. and speak to al-jazeera she had her tongue see so she had 2 interesting developments in the last couple of hours tell us more. well that australians story it is actually a microcosm of interpretation because depending on who you ask you could say ah you see donald trump once again using the office of the president to try and get to him as opposed to discredit mother and so on or you could simply say look there is a department of justice investigation currently underway into the origins of russia gate and remember him a lot of what we heard about russia proved not to be true so there is an argument
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there should be an investigation into whether all this come from and we do know that australia played a key pause in initially alerting the f.b.i. that something might be going on with the russians on the 26th election so you could actually argue that this is a perfectly. proper area of inquiry for the d.o.j. investigation into the origins of russia gates so. that really there's not much in it all if you're a democrat you see i see it's more it's will move more shenanigans trying to pressure our allies into something until we see the transfer to this particular story it's very difficult to make a judgment on that meanwhile though in the last year i was a bit several of the stories were broken one through congress rudy giuliani the president's personal lawyer. i mean there's also speculation about his exact role when it comes to the president trump he's now been his papers have now been subpoenaed by the impeachment inquiry what what i think it's quite clear actually from the congressional letter to rudy giuliani what to these committees are trying
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to figure out is giuliani has said he wasn't acting and learned when he was talking to ukrainian officials for example about trying to investigate what exactly joe biden home to biden's activities were in ukraine on to biden joe biden son of course did get some enormous sums of money from ukraine and energy from despite having no real. experience in the energy sector soon after his his father helped overthrow the government so again they're going to trouble in a certain way because it'll be a prop up. donald trump rather rudy giuliani. my investigations work in the coordination with the state department and that leads to some questions of the congress trying to get to the bottom of how much coordination was there i'm them just in the last few hours the wall street juggles just revealed it might compare with the secretary of state was in oh about phone call the phone call that has been the most contentious so far with gold trump speaking to the ukrainian president democrats claiming he was trying to get some quid pro quo going you will release
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all military aid in return for information on biden that's on the subject there from the from the transcript but all of these things that have been sort of bubbling away in the in the in just in the last few hours so yeah as usual at the end of the end of a working day in washington we have lots of different threads which are connected to the impeachment inquiry that you can put together however you want of a moment at least certainly plenty for a journalist to get that teeth went to look into dials what has the trump been saying about some of these developments. yeah i was looking at twitter handles of anything in the last few minutes at least but certainly earlier on in the day once again causing a great deal of concern because you really does seem to be suggesting he's actively looking for the identity of the whistleblower and that's very concerning not just the whistleblower the lawyers but just anyone who understands the concept of whistle blowing in fact the senate judiciary committee the democrats on they have just written a letter to the head of the senate judiciary committee lindsey graham says quote this committee should not sit idly by as the president threatens potential
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witnesses this testimony may be crucial to congressional investigations into credible allegations against him so that's causing some concern meanwhile also going off to adam schiff the head of the house intelligence committee who's leading the democratic impeachment inquiry in some ways suggesting that shift should be arrested for treason for his summary of the call with the ukrainian president last week at the house intelligence committee which he says was completely inaccurate so using the term treason prying the word around treason in relation to a member of congress and treason is a penalty punishable by death in the united states so those are just some of the some of the comments from the from today she had in washington from him in the coming hours no doubt thank you yemen's heathy rebels have released hundreds of prisoners which could revive efforts to end a war that has cost the world's worst humanitarian crisis u.n. hopes the move will lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi an iraqi coalition on sunday he commands us released video footage that they said showed the capture of thousands
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of saudi backed. reports from the capital sanaa. was. raided in front of cameras and told they can go home. these are some of the 350 captives released by overseas assured me that it's an overwhelming sense of delight happiness and pleasure as i am coming home back to my family. we hope for the release of all prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are yet many and all the prisoners and their families are suffering was they were on the lists drawn under u.n. brokered prisoner swap agreements signed in stockholm in december they needed to release $7000.00 detainees was seen as a breakthrough towards peace but the yemeni government and with ease have blamed each other for failing to implement it both these say this and conditional release
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should show their commitment about the sham you know what can you not get here last but we are prepared and willing for an all inclusive swap deal with or they are yemenis or other nationalities and to prove our sincere a team we have initiated the unconditional release of 350 prisoners we have called the united nations to pressure the other side to reciprocate. among those being held saudi citizens with these say will be handed over to the red cross ok to hold their release of $350.00 prisoners isn't. good well. to hold their own and was silent inside saudi arabia but they say that hasn't stopped the saudi qualification from a saudi king targets. aid workers have called for august chairs like this as a way to build counter dence with hopes that it can lead to
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a peaceful resolution the people who were released today were fathers sons brothers . of course we hope to see more initiatives in the future bigger numbers from all sides and as the international committee of the red cross we are always ready to act as a new tour facilitator just as we did today in any future release operation so definitely we are hopeful and we also hope that this release. contributes to the revival of the stock on agreement in a media briefing on monday the spokesman for the saudi u.a.e. quality was noncommittal on releasing captives in response to the hall with these freeing hundreds of fighters according to how the military spokesman they launched a major target say the saudi territory of no urine and destroyed multiple vehicles as well as say the show the capture of hundreds of yemeni and saudi soldiers. to independently verify the videos this hour the spokesman also cautioned against
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taking these previews at face value. with these criticize world powers for condemning the a turk and said auriol is a commodity which is not more expensive than the yemeni blood. turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth about the murder of jamal. this week marks a year since the journalist was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul the saudi crown prince has told a us t.v. network that he didn't order the murder but still takes responsibility because it happened on the his watch reports from principal hamad bin selman acknowledges of responsibility but distances himself from the murder of saadi journalist jamal huzzy the calm prince also known by his initials. brushed aside accusations he personally gave the order to kill the journalist.
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absolutely not this was a heinous crime. but i take full responsibility as a leader in saudi arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the saudi government turkish officials insist the killing was given by the highest of the arabia the concluded in his assessment the order came from the crown prince as international pressure. put 11 suspects on trial and fired close aides to. the trial is held in secret. and. the un special rapporteur. found out in her inquiry for the murder was deliberate premeditated and extrajudicial a report was dismissed by saudi arabia the crown prince is also facing growing calls to free activists have been detained for months one such case is that of le
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jane i'll have little one of the most prominent female activists who fought for the right to drive her family says she was subjected to torture. if this is correct it is very heinous islam forbids torture the saudi laws forbid torture and human conscience forbids torture and i will personally follow up on this matter. and the meantime the crown prince faces more pressing issues drone attacks this month targeted critical oil installations not 5 percent of the world's oil supply the u.s. vanes iran describing the attacks as an act of war and d.s. is calling for a tougher stance but draws a military option against iran. if the world does not take a strong and firm action to deter iran we will see further escalations that will threaten world interests supplies will be disrupted and oil prices will jump to
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unimaginably high numbers that we haven't seen in our lifetimes saudi arabia also blames iran for arming the whole theory rebels in yemen more than 4 years since the start of the saudi led military campaign thousands of civilians were killed the u.n. says the humanitarian crisis in yemen is the worst in the world. first if iran stops its support of the who thing militias and the political solution will be much easier today we open all initiatives for a political solution in yemen we hope this happens today rather than tomorrow. but fighting has spared up in yemen dashing hopes for and a peaceful way out the crown prince in his interview with c.b.s. didn't mention the d.c.c. crisis at all the blockade imposed by saudi arabia and it. has led to deeper divisions and to raise concerns of further instability in
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a volatile middle east saudi authorities have recently announced easing visa restrictions and dropping strict dress codes for foreign women to attract tourists and diversify an economy addicted to oil many of those say these steps are in the talent. to rebuild the image of the crown prince his reputation has been damaged by the murder of the mother and the war in yemen. or washington. d.c. protest as a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince to modding the resignation of president xi of unalloyed marches and once again turned violent as protest to set fire to tires they clashed with police in the streets of the capital is widespread anger about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and feel sure to tell us how we can take you live now to manuel rapido who is in the capital port au prince for us now well it has been weeks of course since this unrest began still no sign of the crises improving kind of what's happening on the ground things
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have calmed down quite a bit today earlier we saw people taking to the streets once again it's you saw in those images introduction that you need just now burning and blocking roads taking to the streets a much different scene than what we saw play out on friday when thousands of people were on the streets or the prince demanding the resignation president of course it's always the poorest in the community who tend to suffer from this unrest it's not just going to rest it's skill shortages it's the it's sort of his of water who rule and other supplies want to give him sense of what that was like but we can take a look. for weeks protest against haitian president should no noise have paralyzed much of the capital port au prince. over the weekend in an easy call returned to the city with debris from roadblocks still littering the streets having a motorbike was the most efficient way to get around we visited the shanty town of
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the poorest slum in the city. there we met 65 year old so lend-lease the living conditions in her neighborhood are far from sanitary and many of her family members are sick. she tells us she remembers a time when she had steady work and life in the country wasn't nearly as hard but those days are long gone. the way things are going and the country has made things worse for the poor we feel even more mistreated then before there's no one here to help us we have to look at fosse selves. there are thousands of haitians who like solenn have been deeply affected by the political crisis there's an ongoing petrol shortage a fuel pumps are crowded and with public services crippled many people are forced to walk long distances in search of supplies while not in their mind and if you do and i have a wife and children and i can't find water i've got $5.00 to buy water but i don't know where to find it with tensions still high the government continues to call for
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a national dialogue who knows violence is not the best way to make your voice heard it is a major impact on the country's economy especially if it means haiti is locked down out unwilling to negotiate opposition leaders have once again called for mass demonstrations. over the weekend there was a lot in the demonstrations where its leaders of the opposition had called on the more militant leaders to ease up on the. opportunity to grow out of work for water for fuel and others other supplies but by the end of something that was once again it renewed protests this. songs images for people who want to get to order prints to burn tires to block roads again demanding the resignation a president should know the ways of the opposition's if they do know that they did meet with what is known as the this is the delegation of. ambassadors from countries including the united states canada france which still germany they're
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trying to mediate the crisis that continues to unfold here in 88 calling like the government for national dialogue for negotiating to the opposition repeats to do so instead they're continuing to call on protests people to to continue to go out of the streets to continue to pressure the government to step down for the opposites you hear there is no negotiation the only the only thing they're asking only one condition in the immediate resignation of the president. forests importer prince thank you. still ahead on this news hour from london a video of a man desperately trying to save his cycle rickshaws but a human face on the tragedy of india's floods. more trouble for u.k. prime minister boris johnson he's facing allegations of personal misconduct as that bracks it deadline believes. that scotland's proved too good for summer.
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we'll have the. first though a naturalized u.s. citizen living in california has been charged with working as a spy for the chinese government would paying was working as a tour guide in the san francisco area but according to court documents he was also acting as an illegal agent for china the department of justice says paying provided chinese officials with classified material about u.s. national security let's go to washington d.c. and speak to al jazeera as party call him so patty tell us more about this. well according to the complaint sure way edward paying as you mentioned worked as a travel tour operator did chinese tourists visits around the san francisco area they said that they were working with basically a double agent so they had a confidential source and whenever this comes up the question is was this entrapment we'll know more as the case proceeds through court he was just arrested
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on friday but what the government alleges is that this double agent would basically give him these secure cards and in exchange he would leave money at a hotel room so he'd get this hotel room put the money they have videotape of him taping it underneath the dresser and then leave a key at the front desk this double agent would grab the key get the money leave this disk which the government says paying thought was filled with classified information then shortly after that he would travel to china now was a really classified information that seems highly unlikely considering it was a double agent and it seems like the government was on this from the beginning that after all they let it go on for 3 years but still paying has been charged with acting as the agent of a foreign government without registering and that bring could bring a potential sentence of up to 10 years in prison and $250000.00 fine but another indication this might not be the big giant case that the government is indicated it could be is that this is a tiny amount of money we're here at $70000.00 over the course of 3 years
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a different hotel rooms from california to georgia so $70000.00 now he's facing these charges which again it's not like he's looking at life in prison he's looking at potentially up to 10 years in prison or in washington thank you. well china has more than doubled the deployment of security forces to hong kong as the city braces for another bout of process foreign envoys have told the reuters news agency the beijing has sent up to $12000.00 troops to the territory in case the crisis deteriorates the city's government is ramping up security in preparation for china's national day on tuesday when mass protests are anticipated sarah clarke reports from hong kong. after a weekend of violence between police and protesters hong kong is business as usual . these demonstrations have become the norm of the last 4 months young rist has strengthened the city's reputation as an international financial center but on
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monday the asia pacific arm of the world's largest brewer dai boot on the hong kong stock exchange rising nearly $5000000000.00 it's the 2nd largest i.p.o. this year it's a very good start to reopening the markets it was the biggest to be the 1st meaningful you know large scale from raising we've seen for several months in asia yes the hong kong continues to be and will be for the foreseeable future the main main international both investing and capital raising venue but visors initial attempt to list in july was prevented by political interest the scale and intensity of those demonstrations has only escalated on sunday hong kong witnessed some of the city's worst violence protesters set fire to parts of its business district and government headquarters was under siege police have arrested at least 150 people in a half of students one was told these are. the weekend's violence is an ominous
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sign on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic of china hong kong government will officially host a flag raising ceremony the probation groups have also organized a number of events to celebrate national day the anti-government movement will also come out in force tomorrow will be demolished and the movement in the face of terror and. we can only fight like it's a lost battle when the tape to show its effect. revolution becomes a duty pro-democracy groups have organized rallies across 6 districts including a march in central hong kong police have denied permission to go ahead that's unlikely to stop a movement that wants to spoil beijing's celebrations. al-jazeera hong kong. so then china is preparing to mark 70 years since the communist party seized power
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parades 3 beijing on tuesday will display the country's growing wealth and military strength but experts are warning that increasing government control over the economy could be china's biggest challenge as well matheson reports from beijing. 2 armies on the streets of beijing the 1st works during the day made up of battalions of gardeners carpenters and elec traditions busily preparing for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic of china and you know i have seen all the great changes in the past 20 years in beijing people's living standard has been improved a lot so this celebration means a lot to me as well as to many other people. i hope that our country becomes more and more prosperous we'll no longer afraid of the military threat from other countries that's why i fully support this military parade. the 2nd army marches by night when china's military and thousands of flag waving students
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practice tightly choreographed displays by daylight the route a long long piece avenue in through channon main square isn't as busy as usual many businesses nearby have been ordered to close until after the celebrations large numbers of people have been told to leave beijing and return to their hometowns october the 1st is expected to be a demonstration of china's military might as well as its confidence in the future under president xi jinping but there are protests in hong kong against chinese rule there are allegations being made involving human rights and of course there is the trade war with the united states but some analysts believe the biggest problem that china is going to be facing in the coming years is its own economy china has made significant efforts to open up trade particularly to foreign investors but experts warn there aren't enough private businesses to generate innovation and create jobs they say the government of xi jinping is increasing its domination of china's economy what we've seen since he took power is he's an authoritarian i mean he's an
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authoritarian like but again like putin i mean they all come from very different backgrounds but that instinct is to centralize china's government says it's determined to keep its society stable. it keeps a tight grip on the media and the internet it discourages comment and criticism particularly from foreigners on topics it would god's a sensitive or simply china's own business anyone cannot really understand china if he or she adopts a very ossified perspective or is very eager to put a label on china because china is changing so many of the misinterpretation a misunderstanding is probably because of lack of on the stand the other rapid changes in china china may be changing rapidly but preventing its economy from stagnating could become its greatest challenge rob matheson al-jazeera beijing. and there is plenty more still to come on this news hour including
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a summit to encountering separatist crisis alters 40 begins its rebels and the opposition boycott the talks. after deadly fire greece needs dozens of migrants and refugees from an overcrowded camp last. course with pisa announce their decision in the emiliano sala transfer case. however it's a very wet and windy weather across parts of northern europe bands of cloud and right piling in from the atlantic there's been some travel disruptions across parts of germany to see how tightly packed the isobar are here and that has led to a few trees down and as i said some travel disruption as a result of that another weather system that's making its way in as we go on
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through the next 24 hours or so so warm weather there for southern parts of england and wales we've got right morning flood warnings in force here we got so warnings in force to across parts of the low countries and again back into germany. well of course a good part of frog dance was the buy of biscay pushing to central positive based on airs this lovely is gorgeous with some warm sunshine once again because rest a 20 to 29 there for athens and still some wet weather there for a time across that western side of russia colder as we go on into wednesday 12 celsius there for moscow still basin pieces of rain piling in it comes the cold air that's going to dive is way down across the british isles london top temperature just 12 degrees celsius weather continuing there into southern parts of france around switzerland spite of portugal staying fine and dry in the find a dry weather that continues to this northern parts of africa will see temperatures in tunis 30 degrees.
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below. 0 world tells the dramatic story of the birth of a nation and how a political agreement reached my fronts into news you would spot the baser a stiff you. this guy didn't see it in. the 2 minutes we were still occupied rivalry conflict and division to have to newseum the battle for independence on al-jazeera. salmon is the fact of today's headlines there are protests like this one that are trying to preserve and we forested areas that have been already devastated dissenting the agenda for tomorrow's discussion you've been out there with the protesters on the streets what are they been telling you international filmmakers and world class journalists bring programs to inform unspot.
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on al-jazeera. well again a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked feel strangely and prime minister to help the justice department investigate the inquiry this is trying faces an impeachment inquiry over a phone call with ukraine's president or he asked for political on the democratic presidential candidate joe biden. protests as a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president of the normally demonstrates the angry about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and fuel shortages. the rebels have
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unilaterally released hundreds of prisoners un hopes the move will help to revive a stalled peace process after months of failed efforts to push through a prisoner swap. police in nigeria's biggest city lagos have freed 19 women and girls who'd been abducted and impregnated by captus planning to sell their babies the victims who are mainly from eastern nigeria said they were tricked into coming to lagos with the promise of getting jobs as domestic staff 2 women have been arrested in connection with the case national talks and a separatist crisis in cameroon a faltering before they've even begun most rebels and opposition leaders are boycotting the summit which was announced by president paul. people in cameron's english speaking areas have been demanding independence accusing the french speaking majority of discrimination of media dress reports from the capital. the
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start of the talks here in your own day marks a significant milestone for many as you said for frost on the government at knowledge is the fact that there is a real problem in the north west and southwest of the country the government on its part represented by the french minister of cameroon says it's impressed with the turnout and with their arrangements on the ground despite the fact that many or most of the separatists are not yet in process was somewhat does one say the government should allow everything to be on the cards one of the main problems here at this dialogue is that the issue of separation is not on the cards you know topple subjects. convince the people who want. not to think about physician any longer by carrying on concrete actions in the field everybody wishes to have. but peace is
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a consequence of action built on social justice over the next 4 days are just ones drawn from various sections of trouble what we discuss in different committees and come up with a solution that the government hopes will harbors of the crisis in the north west and south west of the country however what's not clear is that if the resolutions of this conference or dialogue will indeed convince others especially the suffragist to lay down their arms and embrace the path of peace as the governor wants them to do. well that conflict can be traced back to events more than a century ago cameroon was once a german colony but following the country's defeats in world war one the terror to misplace between the u.k. and france in 160 french cameroon was granted independence and a year later britain's colonial territory was incorporated into cameroon and nigeria many in cameron's english speaking regions began complaining of discrimination by the 1990 s.
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there were increased calls for a breakaway english speaking state. tensions flared in 2016 when english speaking lawyers and teachers began an indefinite strike then in october 2017 separatist leaders unilaterally declared the southwest region independent some rebels took up arms that same year president bia declared war on war on the secessionists well as i'll speak to her he is a teaching fellow in politics and international relations at the university of aberdeen and he joins us live via skype thanks for being with us on the program why are so many of those separatists and the opposition deciding to boycott these talks . i think the major reason is the nature of the dialogue south from what i can count not for the separatists is that the pre dialogue commitments year chanst didn't provide wheat enough assurances against.
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rest also or not sharon says with regards to what the dam was to be complained the agenda to dilute has been completely controlled by the government and did not. particularly short of exactly what it cannot is designed to achieve it's important to point out isn't that there isn't just one unified and a phone group they have very different views don't like. that is true but what has been important got there is that or most of the leaders already. leaders won some sort of resolution of the problem however they think the necessary confidence building measures that should have been taken in advance to this particular dialogue where not taken properly so they're not very certain to.
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disagree. why did president himself agree to hold the biggest talks what has prompted this so i think you have to look at the dialogue in terms of. dispute politically between the down so the 1st thing you look at is the international pressure they haven't been a lot of members of the international community. calling for. anything else bet national dialogue so there's been a lot of pressure on the government dime on the other hand. there have also been suggestions from the government that if you or some sort of a national event like this perhaps might reduce some of the pressure on the ground it might discourage some people from getting engaged in the violence of the pencil
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on 2 levels the governor wants to reduce the pressure from the international community and also want to destruct. are not coping and to see where that it can reduce that meant to of the conflict in the northwest and southwest. talks here that's money elections are joining us there via skype from aberdeen thank you. flooding in the north and east of india has killed more than 100 people for days a downpour has left thousands homeless with rescue teams working around the clock to help those affected. reports. this wasn't able to stop the monsoon floods in uttar pradesh where 80 percent of the state has been affected 7 days of heavy rain here forcing many from their homes. our home has been destroyed and is ruthless we have no place to move my brother uncles father all of us only
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have armorel us we have been cost into the street. people in rural areas are using everything they can to get to safety relief camps have been set up an indian government has promised to compensate families of those killed by the floods are going to go on and i'm going to go toward the eastern states of bihari is no different the damage is extensive this is the local government building mostly submerged. rescuers have been working tirelessly to transport people to temporary relief centers. overwhelms the states government has called on the indian air force to airdrop much needed food and medication. a lot of people have been affected by the flooding especially in the low lying areas the disaster response teams have evacuated them almost meant 1000 people have been moved since this morning. but for those who have not only just lost their homes but their
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livelihoods they'll need a lot more help. by robert i don't bear this video shared on social media shows a man who refuses to leave his rick sure that earns him a living. he cries as he tries to rescue it. most businesses have come to a whole lot of other. schools and some of the worst hit districts are closed until tuesday with some roads and bridges destroyed it's still not clear when life for those in the states of it's a possession and bahar all return to normal. at al-jazeera the greek government says at least $3000.00 refugees and migrants on the island of less force will be moved to the mainland following a deadly fire at an overcrowded camp at least one asylum seeker was killed when the blaze broke out on sunday 17 others were injured around 12000 people are currently
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housed at the morea camp which is more who are times the sites capacity separately greece is also in else plans to send another 10000 migrants back to turkey by the end of 2020. well as reality donor is a european migration research or thomas international and she joins me live in the studio good to have you with us here in london let's deal with the situation on less force 1st of all 4 times capacity these come. sorry but crowd it. just for sort of conditions of people who are living in these camps something that what for many years now what conditions they're living in yes indeed situation in let's 1st this is one of exceptional overcrowding where now we're witnessing the camp 4 times its capacity with the over 12000 in the camp of but the situation of of overcrowding as been lusting for 3 years at this point with turkey deal which has essentially trapped refugees and migrants in the camps and undersea
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international together with other rights groups have been monitoring the situation for a year is and we have been reporting on the unsanitary conditions under quote conditions of accommodations for a long period of time we often have winterized of containers that are not adequate for a winter and as winter is coming is coming again basically we are heading for another situation of emergency which is a normal it's one of this point so the idea of taking some of the migrants some of the refugees from less force and relocating them to greece 1st of all is that something that amnesty approves of and when it's something that needs to happen surely surely needs to happen mrs been calling for transfers to adequate accommodations on the mainland for years then again transfers on their own are not sufficient measure if they're not to complain accompanied by a broader a structural reform and rethinking of the turkey beyond the confinement on the
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islands the government has announced $3000.00 people to be moved i believe at the end of october yet at the same time just in the last week we have 3000 arrivals so on their own these transfers so simply insufficient to deal with the issue and it's not a given noise is guaranteed that people will be moved to other quick accommodation on the mainland because capacities and we should there as well so what actually should happen i mean greece itself as we know. has been struggling economically for syria struggling as well to know what to do with these migrants with these refugees . who should actually be helping the greek authorities deal with those people who've landed on its shores well absolutely we recognize the greasers played a very difficult role being one of the main entry points for migration flows on its own interests been bearing the 30030000 of the overall $60000.00 arrivals so via
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see india all of europe so it does it is under an exceptional burden but at the same time what we have been insisting on is that the migration issue is one of a european them and so our calls are and have been for the bus for years so to open say for relocation channels for refugees to be safely are located to other member states but in a separate development of course and you were talking a little bit about the deal between greece and turkey greece is announced that it wants 10000 migrants sent back to turkey by the end of 2020 these would be the 1st people to of course what happens to these refugees to these migrants when they are indeed sent back to turkey well we cannot obviously speak for the current conditions in detail but the returns to turkey is something that we have been opposing consistently in the past 3 years we don't believe in the use of the safe 3rd country concept in turkey saw as a general rule we would welcome
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a safe. access opportunities for people to access asylum in the european territory or at around to get to talk to you thank you thank you reynolds. the u.k. prime minister is coming under increasing pressure over allegations of personal misconduct boris johnson has denied a journalist accusations that he groped her 20 years ago well that case has been overshadowing the conservative party conference in manchester from where rory chance reports. questions questions questions boris johnson attended the conservative party conference facing many what is his bricks it strategy did he improperly favor a u.s. entrepreneur with public money when he was london mayor and the latest to the great female journalists 20 years ago his answer is no you and i think what the public want to hear is about what we're doing to level up and unite the country that's
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debatable but it's certainly the view amongst women party members i spoke to i don't think it really mountains i think that he and the service personnel it's a woman just amaze getting back to it so that you know he's trying to do his job under so much smearing on the mainland and also that can't help but think that this isn't just a i'm not a i'm not the psni i'm against get breakfast done is boris johnson's oft repeated mantra he still insists he'll do this on oct 31st no ifs no buts deal or no deal but neither he nor his advisor dominic cummings of explain how they'll get around paula mantra legislation that expressly forbids crushing out of the european union with no acceptable settlement in place they are both asked repeatedly of course that happened on time yes it is and questioned but mr cummings cryptic response is we shall just have to wait and see opposition leaders fear
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a trick and they met in london on monday to strategize but the liberal democrats joyce winston says they won't push ahead with a vote of no confidence in the government this week even understands that if anything that would just increase the rest of the regs that and therefore play into the poorest of the some inside the policy lament the path taken by johnson and cummings to dominic grieve has consistently rebelled against a hardline bracks it where watching the ticket even mr cummings has behaved. and is somebody who frankly has a maoist revolution review of how politics should be conducted and appears to be willing to smash anything up for the sake of achieving his end goal well that is very dangerous. there was a question about the fate of this conference following last week's supreme court ruling that the government suspension of parliament was unlawful at least that one now has an answer but on who will be leading this country and if it'll still be part of the e.u. in
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for how we can join peace ally. championships in. welcome back to berkeley for international stadium where day 4 at the world championships has been africa's day a terrific finish in the women's 800 meters final as ugandan holly monarch i produced a big upset to take gold after a terrific battle to the line a favorite a.j. wilson of america only finishing food african success continued with most thought it was successfully defending his title in the men's 85000 meters in a season's best time countryman selam on but i got taking the silver match to the delight of the g.o.p. in fact. and a 3rd african gold came from beatrice chip courage in the women's 3000 meter
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steeplechase a kenyan finishing it well clear of the field. and i would title successfully defended worlds in the men's $400.00 metres hurdles no way cost involved all held off the challenge from his arch rival ray benjamin to take gold again hosts qatar also getting their 1st medal as. one. in the field or one small area unless it's made it 3 world titles in a row in the high jump her mark of 2.04 metres proved good enough for another gold for the russian competing as a neutral athlete. and they were big celebrations from sweden's daniel shall as he took gold in the discus final he's a fit of 67.59 metres good enough to secure these 1st global titles. let's get reaction now to a busy night in the stadium with our sports correspondent andy richardson. few
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track and field events have sparkled in the last couple of years in the way that the 400 meter hurdles has now the world record was set back in 1992 at the barcelona olympics by american kevin young the next 3 fastest man in history are all contemporaries and all running in this final cost and of no way right benjamin of the united states and out there aman samba have kept so he's been recovering from an injury for much of the season well this time out of his 402 goal defending his title from 2 years ago benjamin winning silver and somber winning a bronze medal in front of his home crowd it's great great feeling tonight win the bronze medal so happy with this. i'm going to say thank you but everybody coming tonight going to support me it was really really good music tonight i'm always pumps almost trying to be motivated for my races and that is probably what makes me a good championship runner and to win today was a special feeling in me now
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a real rising star 6 swedish pole vaulter plants is still only a teenager he's already the european champion and with a good chance of winning gold on tuesday now the pole vault looks like a somewhat scary unnatural event to many of us but as he told me that's not necessarily the case if your dad also happens to be making pole vaulter i grew up 4 years old set up in my backyard and so you know other people were learned how to ride a bike i was learning you know you know funny enough and you know i think it's a very very unique and strange turn that your average the average person you know when you put a pole in my hand and i have to track the box that it stands for all the things that you know you need to create a public set up it just feels natural just normal feels like i'm riding a bike my body kind of just takes over and does it now another athlete who makes everything look very easy and natural is american sprinter no alliance he qualified
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for tuesday's 200 meter final with the fastest time in the semifinals and it's $22.00 looks to be closing in on his 1st major title. so after 4 days of action the united states leads the medal table with 4 golds and $113.00 medals in total followed by china jamaica and kenya who have 2 golds each and that 1st medal for host nation cutter puts them in 17th position now the new $100.00 metres world champion christian coleman is preparing for the relay events that start on friday is victory were soured by controversy before the championships of 3 missed 3 doping tests and he richardson spoke to the head of the athletics integrity unit david alman who says coleman has done nothing wrong under the rules he missed 2 tests. the other breach that he was at least to have committed was afraid you'd provide the proper we're about some from asia so it wasn't
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a missed test. the difficulty was that the. use of for those 3 for ideas 3 breaches occurred in a 12 month period. and i didn't because the roof says the failure aspect takes place at the time that you were about information into the system not the day that you actually file so. his 3 alleged breaches took place in a 14 month period not a 12 month period he's innocent. he's still got the possibility of another strike within a 12 month period but you can't cast aspersions on somebody who hasn't actually broken the rules the way they were written and he hasn't so. i think there should be cleared up in the earlier to get on with his life in a more normal fashion. away from the athletics scotland have their 1st win of the rugby world cup thanks to a bonus point victory against some or 2 penalty tries along with scores from sure
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make them great laidlaw secured a 34 nil win for the scots qualifying from a for the finals has become wide open of the host nation japan's victory over ireland. and in the english premier league manchester united have made they would just start to a season in 30 years after they were held to a $11.00 draw at home by arsenal scot mccloughan a gave united at half time lead at old trafford appear in america bum a young scored an equaliser with the assistance of v.a. or to secure a point united have just 9 points from 7 games this season favre have ruled that cart of must pay not once $6.00 and a half $1000000.00 for the transfer of a 1000000 asylum the argentine striker was killed in a plane crash in january after signing for his new club and was travelling to join them cart of contested they were not liable for his full transfer fee of
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$18000000.00 as he wasn't officially their players when he died. and that's all the sport from the international stadium for now we'll see you again later for more have you back to london with felicity we look forward to peter thanks so much now it was one of the iconic images and sounds of the 2010 football world cup the missile long movers zella blown by south african fans during matches. are. only a decade later the instrument has taken on a new purpose it's been used to alert women in so wetter south africa's largest township that their local patrol group is ready to assault them back to public transport but the issue of women's rights is of course in the spotlight following a string of brutal attacks that have shocked the country in the world health organization says around $3000.00 women in south africa emeritus last year that's
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one every 3 hours. have been like. this no one coming in to play. not the police definitely they're not doing anything we're not happy about that because i think the need to be you know to fight didn't do anything brady didn't do any you know enough safety going to take. turns up a picture waiting violence against women it's become a norm it's a culture and rape jokes on our on the melody you know and protecting perpetrators rape apologists of the last year well known for making came out and we we came out a lot of us came out against him and one of the survivors of the contact about one of these businesses as you say will how much do you need for this to go away you know so so there there is the reality of what we're living with on the ground and
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their course it's driven by the patriarchate ideology. quick reminder of course you can find out much more about many of the stories we covered by going to our website dresses al-jazeera dot com. dot com. that's it for me and the news our team but join us again a couple of minutes. as governments tale to cut emissions scientists are proposing drastic measures to save the planet. people in power ways technological endeavors to counter humanity's
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pollutants against the risks of further meddling with the environment feel like this is playing god as i should quite unsettling i'm quite frankly makes me quite. klein attackers on al-jazeera. an army of volunteers has come together to help with the influx of tens of thousands of evacuees. but their retreat to a church shelter has brought new challenges an outbreak of norovirus and other gastrointestinal problems. smoke from the massive wildfires now blankets much of northern california leading to some of the worst air quality in the world but with more than 12000 structures lost in the wildfires concerns remain about long term accommodations jobs and medical care. local officials say there isn't enough housing stock available. subzero temperatures
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to stream altitudes. this is where the hard part because of the extraordinary journey. to touch it you start. ordinary joining us with 2 high oh there's no oxygen. just to experience life simple pleasures. risking you don't live. on al-jazeera. another political firestorm in the white house reports that u.s. president donald trump asked australia's leader to help investigate the murder inquiry. and again i've listed are and you're watching al-jazeera live from london also
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coming up new protests hit haiti where anger against corruption and shorter games is piling pressure on president to resign. yemen's heathy rebels released hundreds of prisoners raising hopes it will revive talks to end a devastating civil war. turkey's president vows to uncover the truth about the killing of jamal. on saudi crown prince insists he didn't order the matter. hello donald trump's presidency looks set to be engulfed in another firestorm over a report that he asked a 2nd foreign leader for political help the new york times says the u.s. president asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the miller inquiry which examined russian interference in the 2016 election this faces an impeachment inquiry over
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a phone call with ukraine's president where he asked for political dirt on the democratic presidential candidate joe biden let's go live to washington d.c. and speaks out a serious party culhane so party let's 1st of all deal with what trump asked of the australian prime minister. well again this is just coming from the washington post just within the last few moments so we're going to have to wait and see other people try to confirm it will of course try to look into this but basically what they're saying is recently u.s. president donald trump picked up the phone called a foreign minister scott morse prime minister scott morrison of australia and said hey i need you to help me out with this investigation so let's take a step back look at the broader context of all of this we know the president hates the investigation into potential collusion with russia and his campaign even after the moeller report had some damning things to say about it but it pretty much left the president in the oval office he still says that's not enough so he has ordered
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his attorney general to investigate how the investigation began so why australia because it began with australian diplomat according to intelligence officials what they say is george papadopoulos who is on the president's foreign advisory committee that he was meeting with an australian diplomat in a london bar and then he got very boisterous and started saying he just met with someone who said that the russians had all this dirt on hillary clinton thousands of emails they were going to release it so then the australian diplomat prodded back to his people his people brought it to the u.s. and they started looking at this investigation so now back to today the president's been pushing his attorney general to try and look into the origins the investigation now we know he has personally reached out to the prime minister to try and get that help and again like the ukraine conversation that started all of this impeachment inquiry apparently the staff felt he could have been so potentially explosive that they didn't nor followed the normal protocol they put it in that secret vault according to the washington post that the ukraine conversation
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went into so this whistleblower who brought up the whole complain in the 1st place he said there's a lot of there's a few conversations in there we believe some are with putin some are with mohammed bin solomon of saudi arabia. basically of russia but now we can add another one apparently the australians who are right fighting i mean library in washington for us with an update thank you. we as democrats carrying out the impeachment inquiry into president trump have now issued a subpoena to his lawyer when he giuliani she has a tennessee has more from washington d.c. over the course of the last documents from trump's personal lawyer rudy giuliani have now been subpoenaed for the impeachment inquiry giuliani has said that his contacts with the ukrainian government about investigating former u.s. vice president joe biden and his son hunter were conducted in coordination with trumpet ministration officials congressional democrats want to know how deep that coordination went meanwhile the white house donald trump once again suggested he
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had no time for the whistleblower protections mandated by law they were trying to find out about a whistleblower when you have a whistleblower that reports things that were incorrect as you know and you probably figured it out the statement i made to the president of ukraine a good man a nice man knew was perfect it was perfect but the whistle blower reported a totally different state than and he continued to attack representative adam schiff the democratic congressman leading the house inquiry into the president's conduct with the ukrainian government he actually took words and made it up the reason is when he saw my cough to the president of ukraine it was so good that he could quote from last thursday schiff summarize president from school to his ukrainian counterpart in the house intelligence committee like this we've been very good to your country very good no other country has done as much as we have but you know what i don't see much reciprocity here i hear what you want i have
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a favor i want from you though and i'm going to say this only 7 times so you better listen good. i want you to make up dirt on my political point and understand lots of it and it's this summary that's been the focus of the president's anger in recent days trump even mused on twitter where the ship should be arrested for treason a crime punishable by death but democrats insist their investigations will be swift leading to a house vote on impeaching the president if successful the senate should then consider whether trump is guilty the senate majority leader however is leaving open the option of speeding through a trial so i would have no choice but to take it up a lawyer on it is a whole different matter but i would have no choice but to take it up based on a senate rule on impeachment adam schiff meanwhile is expected to convene his committee later this week shift as he also eventually hopes to hear from the whistleblower travel times the al-jazeera washington as they were this.
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yemen see the rebels have released hundreds of prisoners which could revive efforts to end a war that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis the u.n. hopes the move will lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi a morality coalition on sunday he command has released video footage that they said showed the capture of thousands of saudi backed. mohammed al a top reports from the capital sanaa. raided in front of cameras i'm told they can go home. to some of the 350 captives blazed by both these assume the bad guys but it's an overwhelming sense of delight happiness and pleasure as i am coming home back to my family at home and. we hope for the release of all prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are yet many and
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all the prisoners and their families are suffering. they were on the lists drawn under u.n. brokered prisoner swap agreements signed in stark. in december the deal to release $7000.00 detainees was seen as a breakthrough towards peace but the m.e. government and the hoa fees have blamed each other for failing to implement it both these say this and conditional release should show their commitment about sham you know what can you not get me alaska we are prepared and willing for an all inclusive swap deal with or they are yemenis or other nationalities and to prove our sincerity we have initiated the unconditional release of 350 prisoners we have called the united nations to pressure the other side to reciprocate. among those being held saudi citizens who the hell with these say will be handed over to the red cross ok to hold their release of $350.00 prisoners isn't
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guest of god well. to hold their own and was silent inside saudi arabia but they say that hasn't stopped the saudi quality from a king targets. aid workers have called for against churches like this as a way to build counter dence with hopes that it can lead to a peaceful resolution the people who were released today were fathers sons brothers of course we hope to see more initiatives in the future bigger numbers from all sides and as the international committee of the red cross we are always ready to act as a new tour facilitator just as we did today in any future release operation so definitely we are hopeful and we also hope that this release we've got contributes to the revival of the stock an agreement in a media briefing on monday the spokesman for the saudi u.a.e. quality was noncommittal on releasing captives in response to the with these
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freeing hundreds of fighters according to how the military spokesman they launched a major can say the saudi territory of no you ron. destroyed multiple vehicles as well as say the show the capture of hundreds of yemeni and saudi soldiers dizzier cannot independently verify the videos the saudi spokesman also cautioned against taking these previews at face value. with these criticised world powers for condemning the a turk and said oil is a commodity which is not more expensive than a yemeni block. turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth about the murder of jamal has. this week marks the year since the journalist was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul the saudi crown prince has told the u.s. t.v. network that he didn't order the murder but still takes responsibility because it
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happened under his watch reports from principle been selman acknowledges responsibility but distances himself from the murder of saudi journalist. the crown prince also known by his initials. brushed aside accusations he personally gave the order to kill the journalist. absolutely not this was a heinous crime. but i take full responsibility as a leader in saudi arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the saudi government turkish officials insist the killing was given by the highest of his in saudi arabia the concluded in his assessment the order came from the crown prince as international pressure on sunday arabia. put 11 suspects on trial and fired close aides to. the trial is held in secret.
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and. the un special rapporteur. found out in her inquiry for the murder was deliberate but meditated and extrajudicial a report was dismissed by saudi arabia the crown prince is also facing growing calls to free activists who have been detained for months one such case is that of le jane i'll have little one of the most prominent female activists who fought for the right to drive her family says she was subjected to torture. if this is correct it is very heinous islam forbids torture the saudi laws forbid torture of human conscience forbids torture and i will personally follow up on this matter. and the meantime the crown prince faces more pressing issues drone attacks this month targeted critical oil installations and not 5 percent of the world's oil
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supply the u.s. planes iran describing the attacks as an act of war and d.s. is calling for a tougher stance but draws military option against iran. if the world does not take a strong and firm action to deter iran we will see further escalations that will threaten world interests supplies will be. did and oil prices will jump to unimaginably high numbers that we haven't seen in our lifetimes saudi arabia also blames iran for arming the shia who theory rebels in yemen more than 4 years since the start of the saudi led military campaign thousands of civilians were killed the u.n. says the humanitarian crisis in yemen is the worst in the world. first if iran stops its support of the who thing militias and the political solution will be much easier today we open all initiatives for a political solution in yemen we hope this happens today rather than tomorrow. but
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fighting has spared in yemen dashing hopes for and a peaceful way out the crown prince in his interview with c.b.s. didn't mention the g.c.c. crisis at all the blockade imposed by saudi arabia and it. has led to deeper divisions and to raise concerns of further instability in a volatile middle east saudi authorities have recently announced easing visa restrictions and dropping strict dress code for foreign women to attract tourists and diversify an economy addicted to oil money those say these steps are on the talent. to rebuild the image of the crown prince his reputation has been damaged by the murder of the mother and the war in yemen has a. washington d.c. protest as a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president. there is widespread anger about alleged government corruption
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spiraling inflation and fuel shortage yes or no has more. things have calmed down quite a bit here in that he should capture him here to what we saw take place on friday where thousands of people took to the streets protesting calling for the president to resign now there was a moment over the weekend here the opposition leader's recalling of the more militant demonstrators to ease up on protests and allow residents of port au prince to go outside and look for water look for fuel and other supplies but those that low and quite quickly on monday protest once you get started on the streets of port au prince least attempted to to 1st the crowds using tear gas unfortunately we can't confirm that at least one person was killed within the context of latest protest to place on monday now even though the president is calling for a national dialogue and international group delegation of ambassadors is also calling on the political opposition the president to join to that in
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a negotiated people to join in a dialogue the opposition refuses to do so instead of calling for more protests more pressure the condition the only condition that the opposition is calling for is you idiot resignation the president should. all right still ahead so on the program more trouble for u.k. prime minister boris johnson he's facing allegations of personal misconduct on us the price that deadline looms. and a summit to encountering separatists crisis feltus 40 dickinson's rebels and the opposition because the talks. hello once again we should start to see the temperatures just easing up nicely across southeastern parts of australia over the next couple days largely clear skies with a pretty good high pressure is in charge here we'll see temperatures in melbourne
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getting up to around 20 celsius then choose day in 19 the city a little on the disappointing side but 26 in adelaide with a northerly wind there 18 degrees the perth on cheese day simply temperature treatment as you go on into wednesday with the southeast including see the melbourne gets up to around 23 degrees in sydney touches 24 a little further north we have got a few showers there into that eastern side of queensland just around the gold coast pushing up to the north of brisbane up around the sunshine coast as well 23 celsius here now we got some wet weather on the other side of the ditch for new zealand we have got a cloud of rain pushing its way through it'll be snow over the higher ground in temperatures are struggling a little struggling to get a double figures there for christchurch then on shoes they would choose they should be largely druther what the weather pushing across the north all of grass easing out of the way but never really too far away so central areas of new zealand will see some wet weather so if ever the wet weather making its way towards the korean
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again and reminder the top stories on al-jazeera at the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the mill inquiry this is from faces an impeachment inquiry or a phone call with ukraine's president kerry asked political democratic presidential candidate joe biden. the rebels have released hundreds of prisoners which could revive efforts to end a war that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis. protesters a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president. there's widespread anger over alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and huge shortages. a naturalized u.s. citizen living in california has been charged with working as a spy for the chinese government edward pegg was working as
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a tour guide in the san francisco area but according to talk court documents he was also acting as an illegal agent for china apartment for justice says paying provided chinese officials with classified material about u.s. national security china has more than doubled the deployment of security forces to hong kong as the city braces for another bout of protests for an envoys have told the reuters news agency that beijing has said up to $12000.00 troops to the territory security is ramping up in preparation for china's national day on tuesday when mass protests are expected sarah clarke reports from hong kong. after a weekend of violence between police and protesters hong kong is business as usual . these demonstrations have become the norm of the last 4 months young rist has threaten the city's reputation as an international financial center but on monday
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the asia pacific arm of the world's largest brewer de boot on the hong kong stock exchange raising nearly $5000000000.00 it's the 2nd largest i.p.o. this year it's a very good start to reopening the market so it was the biggest to be the 1st meaningful you know large scale from raising we've seen for several months in asia yes the hong kong continues to be and will be for the foreseeable future the main main international both investing and capital raising venue but visors initial attempt to list in july was prevented by political interest the scale and intensity of those demonstrations has only escalated on sunday hong kong witnessed some of the city's worst violence protesters set fire to parts of its business district and government headquarters was under siege police have arrested at least 150 people in a half of students one was told these are. the weekend's violence is an ominous
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sign on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic of china hong kong government will officially host a flag raising ceremony the probation groups have also organized a number of events to celebrate national day of the anti-government movement will also come out in force tomorrow will be demolished in the movement in the face of tyranny we can only fight like it's a lost battle when the tape to show its effect. revolution becomes a duty pro-democracy groups have organized rallies across 6 districts including a march in central hong kong police have denied permission to go ahead that's unlikely to stop a movement that wants to spoil beijing's celebrations. al-jazeera hong kong. national talks to end a separatist crisis in cameroon a faltering will be even begun most rebels and opposition leaders are boycotting
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the summit which was announced by president paul people in cameron's english speaking areas have been demanding independence accusing the french speaking majority of discriminating against them off many reports from the capital now in day. the start of the talks here in your own day marks a significant milestone for many as you said for the phos time for government at knowledge is the fact that there is a real problem in the north west and south west of the country the government on its part represented by the french minister of cameroon says it impressed with the turnout and with their arrangements on the ground despite the fact that many or most of the separatists are not yet in process was somewhat does one say the government should allow everything to be on the cards one of the main problems here at this dialogue is that the issue of separation is not on the cards you know topple subjects. convince the people who want. not
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to think about physician any longer by carrying on concrete actions in the field everybody wishes to have. but peace is a consequence of action built on social justice over the next 4 days are just one strong from various sections of what we discuss in different committees and come up with a solution that the government hopes will harbors of the crisis in the north west and southwest of the country however what's not clear is that if the resolutions of this conference or dialogue will indeed convince others especially the suffragist to lay down their arms and embrace the path of peace as the governor wants them to do. the u.k. prime minister is coming under increasing pressure of allegations of personal misconduct for stills and has denied a journalist accusations that he groped her 20 years ago but the case has been overshadowing the 2nd day of the conservative party conference in manchester where
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we challenge reports. questions questions questions boris johnson attended the conservative party conference facing many what is his bricks it strategy did he improperly favor a u.s. entrepreneur with public money when he was london mayor and the latest to the great female journalists 20 years ago his answer is no you and i think what the public want to hear is about what we're doing to level up and unite the country that's debatable but it's certainly the view amongst women party members i spoke to i don't think it really mountains i think that he and the service personnel it's a woman just amaze getting back to it so that you know he's trying to do his job under so much smearing on the mainland and also that can't help but think that this isn't just a i'm not a i'm not the psni i'm against get breakfast done is boris johnson's oft repeated mantra he still insists he'll do this on oct 31st no ifs no buts deal or no
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deal but neither he nor his advisor dominic cummins of explain how they'll get around palm entry legislation that expressly forbids crushing out of the european union with no acceptable settlement in place and they are both oscar repeatedly of course that happened on time who to ask you the same question but mr cummings cryptic response is we shall just have to wait and see opposition leaders fear a trick and they met in london on monday to strategize about the liberal democrats joyce winston says they won't push ahead with a vote of no confidence in the government this week even understands that if anything that would just increase the risk of the new deal breakers that and therefore play into the poorest of the some inside the policy lament the path taken by johnson and cummings to dominic grieve has consistently rebelled against a hardline bracks it where watching the ticket he with mr cummings has behaved and
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. if somebody who frankly has a maoist revolution review of how politics should be conducted and appears to be willing to smash anything up for the sake of achieving his own goal well platies very dangerous. there was a question about the fate of this conference following last week's supreme court ruling that the government suspension of parliament was unlawful at least that one now has an answer but on who will be leading this country and if it'll still be part of the e.u. in a month's time in the words of dominic cummings we'll see where al-jazeera manchester austria's form a chance less about kurt says coalition talks a lot likely to be more challenging this time around after his party's victory in sunday's snap election the 33 year old leader is looking for a new paulus to form a government after his previous far right ally the freedom party lost votes in the poll john mccain reports from vienna. on
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a sunny afternoon people here taking stock of sunday's election it's clear who the newspapers think is the leading man now sebastien the courts faces a choice of who to govern with. tries to it's good talks with all the other parties in the parliament and tries to form a government the furthest for the people forced in vienna people speculate that might mean the greens who muscled their way back into parliament with their best ever result and who might be prepared to work with courts if you will compromise reducing the need for better we're well prepared for these discussions and i can only say that we will campaign for changes in this country especially regarding climate protection but also in terms of integration that is the mandate that we got . unlike the far right freedom party whose vote share plummeted due to the corruption scandal its former leaders called in the spring seemingly condemning
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their parliamentary colleagues to a spell in opposition and in effect meaning there are now no far right parties in government in much of western europe some analysts believe this absence from power may only be temporary it will always be a roller coaster day here to stay there will be a huge market for liking populist parties. and because there is enough anger and distrust in the population with the political system to feed the success of right wing parties and yet here in austria that political tendency is currently in check left to lick its own self-inflicted wound it's one that watches its former partner bask in the glow of electoral success for the past 4 months this federal chancellery has been run by a caretaker government but after sunday's election result it's pretty clear that no matter who. gourds governs with he will be the chancellor dominic
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came out 0 vienna. the greek government says at least $3000.00 refugees and migrants on the island of less pulse will be moved to the mainland following a deadly fire at an overcrowded camp at least one asylum seeker was killed when the blaze broke out on sunday 17 others were injured around $12000.00 people are currently housed at the morea camp which is more than 4 times the sites capacity separately grace has also announced plans to send another 10000 hybrids back to turkey by the end of 2020. and a reminder the top stories on out as here at the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the mulla inquiry this is trump faces an impeachment inquiry over a phone call with ukraine's president very asking political dirt on democratic presidential
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candidates joe biden article has more. so basically what they're saying is recently u.s. president donald trump picked up the phone called a foreign minister scott morrison prime minister scott morrison of australia and said hey i need you to help me out with this investigation so let's take a step back look at the broader context of all this we know the president hates the investigation into potential collusion with russia and his campaign even after the moeller report had some damning things to say about it but pretty much love the president in the oval office he still says that's another enough so he has ordered his attorney general to investigate how the investigation began so why australia because it began with australian diplomat according to intelligence officials protest as a back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president jovan are maurice the marches once again turned violent as protesters
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set fire to tires and clashed with police demonstrators that angry about alleged corruption spiraling inflation and fuel shortages yemen's heathy rebels have released $350.00 prisoners which could revive efforts to end a war that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis the u.n. hopes the move will lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi admiralty coalition. turkey's president has vowed to keep pushing for the truth behind the murder of jamal has shot of the saudi crown prince tonight he ordered the journalists this week marks a year since a short she was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul. a naturalized u.s. citizen living in california has been charged with working as a spy for the chinese government edward peck was working as a tour guide in the san francisco area but according to court documents he was also acting as an illegal agent for china and those are the headlines women make change
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one in 3 is coming next you stay with us. october on al-jazeera. this month marks a year since the murder of the journalist jamal khashoggi maybe his son my host a new series of interviews are going to tackling the big issues of our time. world leaders explodes and environmentalists will assemble in iceland to discuss the future of the arctic. plan represents a long line examining the us is rolling along. and we'll bring you coverage of the announcement of the 2019 nobel peace prize in. october on al-jazeera. i've got the muscles. in place with people i keep on when enslaved and did they
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think the problem we begin this. is not about money. we. will just. let me show you something this is a $1.25 of where i live it will buy you a very small cup of coffee millions of people around the world exist on less than this amount a day of the numbers have gone down but there's still a lot of work to be done at a time when the world is looking at how to reduce extreme poverty the spotlight has been towed on the women wherever they have the opportunity to be actively involved in the local communities and economies the huge benefits to the people around them to. know that investing in women. it's not just the right
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thing to do it's small it's economics because there's a ripple effect that spreads into the wider community so let's take a look at how this works. today we had to brazil where one in 3 women experiences domestic violence globally violence against women costs around $80.00 trillion u.s. dollars here and that's when you take into account health costs and loss contributions to the economy in brazil the straw hat project teaches women about their rights and gives them the confidence to get out of abusive situations and into the economy.
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but i think the better lead up to like that is all that you know how did that boarding that morning it is going to be on the make it a spot to see the good of the whole of the this and all the other yet they let. it get that is of this is that most of the got the suspect something else but then the 2nd thing that was you could make about this if you made i mean that there's my small bump in it that it does everyone says no so as long almost a big audience of the big investment of the dad that knows it all goes numb but it doesn't have that may do it for the sex it's not sick i mean yes but if he knew that what back if you can advise you will not buy.
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me. one little. more. than one. taken. on the streets of greece anti immigrant violence is on the rise there or you have to go for. the sense that this is all fun plus ism and increasingly migrant farm workers are victims
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a vicious beatings. not just the task is helping the pakistani community to find a voice the stories we don't often hear told by the people who live them undocumented and under attack this is 0 on al-jazeera when the news breaks you know i came here to vote in order to get someone who can get this country out of the crisis when people need to be cut. from the little cross this border area without medication al-jazeera has teams on the ground for the last few months these come because from the elders from the streets of hong kong to come back to the world lulu documentaries and lightning on air and online. is no one way of telling us all a key thing is to write and to be respectful best seller is great we have to get to know the person for he tells. 2 planes came from school and 15 men checked you
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know what tell mr mir mushers missing for 5 days it is possible to fully clean the premises all forensic evidence but what you then leave is evidence that you have 40 clicked on mystery wanted to give and it's the end of it from start to speaking about the role in the us before even the saudi government just jamal khashoggi murder in a saudi consulate on al-jazeera. and the slaughter of the most incredible stories are often true. and cheering go on experiences. makes an unfamiliar for me. in this life over should you make sure do. troops understanding the importance of being part of something much greater so in this life what i want to use is freedom of expression. the right to. sean and to march into the
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town. because you dislike. the design to. make sure you. and human condition is universal. this is al-jazeera. alone on a park a this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next 60 minutes or allegations about donald trump as an impeachment inquiry intensifies the us president is accused of pressuring a 2nd foreign leader for his own political agenda. meanwhile the u.s.
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president's lawyer rudy giuliani a subpoena for documents about ukraine. china for a massive show of strength to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic as it costs a watchful eye over protesters in hong kong. showdown in peru the president dismisses parliament's off to legislators elect a judge defying him. donald trump's presidency is struggling to contain about mentum for impeachment as new revelations pile up he's now accused of asking. 2nd foreign leader for political help the new york times says the u.s. president asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the inquiry which examined russian interference and 2016 election
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meanwhile democrats in the u.s. house are taking action against trump's lawyer a regular defender on t.v. rudy giuliani shihab rattansi has more from washington d.c. over the course of the last no hints from crumbs personal lawyer rudy giuliani have now been subpoenaed for the impeachment inquiry giuliani has said that his contacts with the ukrainian government about investigating former u.s. vice president joe biden and his son hunter were conducted in coordination with trumpet ministration officials congressional democrats want to know how deep that coordination went meanwhile the white house donald trump once again suggested he had no time for the whistleblower protections mandated by law well we're trying to find out about a whistleblower when you have a whistleblower that reports things that were incorrect as you know and you probably figured it out the statement i made to the president of ukraine a good man a nice man knew was perfect it was perfect but the whistle blower reported a totally different state than he continued to attack represented throughout i'm
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sure if the democratic congressman leading the house inquiry into the president's conduct with the ukrainian government he actually took words and made it up the reason is when he saw my cough to the president of ukraine it was so good that he couldn't quote from last thursday schiff summarize president trump's call to his ukrainian counterpart the house intelligence committee like this we've been very good to your country very good no other country has done as much as we have but you know what i don't see much reciprocity here i hear what you want i have a favor i want from you though and i'm going to say this only 7 times so you better listen good. i want you to make up dirt on my political opponent understand lots of it and it's this summary that's been the focus of the president's anger in recent days trump even mused on twitter where the ship should be arrested for treason a crime punishable by death but democrats insist their investigations will be swift
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leading to a house vote on impeaching the president if successful the senate should then consider whether trump is guilty the senate majority leader however is leaving open the option of speeding through a trial so i would have no choice but to take it up a lawyer on it is a whole different matter but i would have no choice but to take it up based on a senate rule on impeachment adam schiff meanwhile is expected to convene his committee later this week shift as he also eventually hopes to hear from the whistleblower the al-jazeera washington. lane joins us live now from washington d.c. patty it seems that the case against the president of appears to be strengthening on a daily basis the president and those close to him saying there's nothing to see here what more do we know about these allegations involving the australian prime minister. that's right this is coming from the new york times and people at home are probably thinking wait russia investigation u.s. election what does australia have to do with it well this all goes back to the
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origins of that russian investigation you know the president his allies say this is a deep state trap to try and trap the president and basically stare him in something that he was perfectly innocent of so he's ordered an investigation into the origins of the investigation so how did the original investigation start well aides to the president george papadopoulos who's on his foreign relations board advisory board he was in a bar in london we believe speaking to an australian diplomat he started bragging that he just met with someone and the russians had a lot of dirt on hillary clinton thousands of e-mails and they were going to release them while stralia being an ally reported that back to the u.s. intelligence community that got the foreign intelligence surveillance act go in the courts got involved they issued. basically ability to look at george papadopoulos at investigate him and so the president now asking australia to give a more information on that diplomat in that conversation about see specifically
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about the president's personal lawyer rudy giuliani i mean he's definitely in a tight spot. to what extent do we think he's actually going to play ball here and provide the detail communications that he's been asked to provide. well you know a lot of this goes to is he actually the president's lawyer if he is the president's lawyer then he can cite attorney client privilege 'd and he can't be compelled to testify the problem for him is giuliani has given a lot of different statements to a lot of different media outlets and one he said i'm not really the president's lawyer he is admitted that the president doesn't pay him that he's doing this for free so he's still protected under the confidentiality to tell you the truth nobody really knows what's going to come out of rudy giuliani's mouth at any given time you know when this 1st broke he said people should think i'm a hero for doing this and then he said the state department told me to do it and he was on fox news the conservative conservative news channel cable news channel the
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president's to watch and actually held up his phone and said look i've got text messages from the state department this is an official mission so we really don't know what giuliani is going to do he said he would cooperate that was representative shift but if the president said so but it we're going to hear more about 2 hours time and that's what we expect giuliani to go back on fox news and we'll see where is what he's saying about it today ok patty thank you very much the paul definitely thickens while others are being summoned to testify in the u.s. house including secretary of state for not to sing documents related to ukraine and the wall street journal is now reporting that it was among the officials who listened in on the phone call between trump and the ukrainian president this wednesday 3 house committees analogy to get a deposition from. you have on the rich former u.s. ambassador to ukraine it was recalled in may trump labeled news according to
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release transcript of his cool and on thursday the committee are expected to hear from kurt volker he resigned last week as the u.s. special envoy for ukraine. well we can now talk to a lawyer in the form of jeff house he's the executive director of the revolving door project to the center for economic complicity reach she joins us now from washington d.c. so boyles q how come the democrats and those opposed to try enforce this subpoena giuliani suggested he won't cooperate so. well they have a couple different options there's something that is rarely used which is the inherent contempt authority of the u.s. congress which is based in parliamentary procedure going back hundreds of years in the united kingdom whereby congress aggressively seeks to enforce their subpoena they can also move directly to impeachment of donald trump if down trump or to be
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directing rudy giuliani to fail to comply with a lawfully issued subpoena because that would constitute the president undermining congressional oversight and that was a matter of the impeachment of richard nixon there's precedent that you can be impeached as a president if you direct people to undermine congressional investigation and you can also go to court although that will and that would be an effective means for democrats but an exceedingly slow one by the standards of what is required here so i would imagine that everybody giuliani or mike pompei or any of these figures tried to avoid righteously issued congressional subpoenas you're going to see impeachment moved up even more quickly from the house of representatives can you talk through the impeachment process legally impeachment is just the 1st part of a 2 stage political process right. sure. the term impeachment is a little odd because impeachment is essentially more like an indictment and impeachment is something that needs to be voted on by the house or means that house
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of representatives as a full body they essentially recommend that the president or another high official be removed from office and then the senate votes on it and 2 thirds majority of the u.s. senate is required to actually take the high official out of office and that is never occurred in american history of course that's because richard nixon essentially quit rather than be successfully impeached and convicted and that of course only 2 u.s. presidents in history bill clinton in 1900 johnson of the 860 s. have been impeached but neither was convicted or removed the logical next question then is whether or not this impeachment can succeed. i think it can succeed i mean the standard wisdom among pundits in washington d.c. is that there is no chance that trump could be removed by republicans in the senate but i think there are a few different reasons to think that that view that this is certain and debt dead
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in the water even before it begins i think is wrong one is that just last week the senate unanimously requested that the whistleblower complaint be made brought to congress that is an unusual act by all senate republicans and that shows something is going on within the senate republican caucus the other issue is that more than 20 senate republicans are up for reelection in 2020 and many of them could potentially go down with the ship and the minute one or 2 republicans start breaking off and undermining republican unanimity the pressure starts building on each and every republican both of with respect to their political future and also with really honestly how what will their arbitrary read how will they be remembered by history and so i think there is reason to think that democrats can proceed and really just put the ball in the republicans court and see what the republicans want to do with it i don't think we should know. act like we know for sure what the
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republicans will do if trump is impeached and the house of representatives ok we'll leave it there for now thank you very much jeff in washington d.c. . beijing is preparing to mark 70 years since the communist party took power parades on choose day are expected to reflect china's growing wealth a military strength but experts are warning increasing government control of the economy could put prosperity in peril but months and reports from beijing. 2 armies on the streets of beijing the 1st works during the day made up of battalions of gardeners carpenters and elec traditions busily preparing for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's republic of china i have seen all the great changes in the past 20 years in beijing people's living standard has been improved a lot so this celebration means
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a lot to me as well as to many other people. i hope that our country becomes more and more prosperous we'll no longer afraid of the military threat from other countries that's why i fully support this military parade. the 2nd army marches by night when china's military and thousands of flag waving students practice tightly choreographed displays by daylight the route a long long piece avenue in through channon main square isn't as busy as usual many businesses nearby have been ordered to close until after the celebrations large numbers of people have been told to leave beijing and return to their hometowns october the 1st is expected to be a demonstration of china's military might as well as its confidence in the future under president xi jinping but there are protests in hong kong against chinese rule there are allegations being made involving human rights and of course there is the trade war with the united states but some analysts believe the biggest problem that
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china is going to be facing in the coming years is its own economy china has made significant efforts to open up trade particularly to foreign investors but experts warn there aren't enough private businesses to generate innovation and create jobs they say the government of xi jinping is increasing its domination of china's economy what we've seen since he took power is he's an authoritarian i mean he's an authoritarian like but again like putin i mean they all come from very different backgrounds but the instinct is to centralize china's government says it's determined to keep its society stable. it keeps a tight grip on the media and the internet it discourages comment and criticism particularly from followers on topics it we've gone to sensitive on simply china's own business anyone cannot read the china if he or she adopts a very also fide perspective all is very eager to put a label on china because china is changing seoul many of the misinterpretation
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a misunderstanding is probably because of lack of on the stand the of the rapid changes in china china may be changing rapidly but preventing its economy from stagnating could become its greatest challenge right matheson's. beijing. while hundreds of protests as a form a human chain around hong kong victoria harbor head of china's national day police are anticipating mass protests across the city on tuesday people linked by holding green for soft toys a symbol of the hong kong protest movement. for more on this let's go live to a school in hong kong what's in store for china's national day that. naval right behind me is the convention center and works acting a flag raising ceremony to take place inside there about 12000 guests and dignitaries who will watch it through a video link normally it's held outside but obviously because of the security
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concerns and the protests that have been going on for nearly 4 months now officials here are going to hold that flag raising ceremony for the 70th anniversary found in the people's republic of china in doors in the convention center just behind me now what we're going to see probably over the next few hours and we know that there's a very very high security presence on the streets here in hong kong police issued a pretty strong warning yesterday saying that it's going to be a very very dangerous situation there they were sourcing online chatter from protest leaders that they're going to try to carry something out today they tried to get permission for a. a march through causeway big area here in hong kong but that was denied by police so police are saying it's going to be a very very dangerous situation thousands of police are on the streets to make sure that nothing happens but as you can imagine any of you know what we've seen over the last several weeks the protesters do pop up in many different creative ways that is anticipated exactly how that's going to unfold that's a big question mark right now but what we can say is the police is really really
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going to crack down hard as they say old if you put this into a context for us why is this such a big focus for the government and the protest is. what we were just hearing from rob matheson's story about how beijing views this it's a very very important day yes generally for the people's republic of china but specifically for she's been paying he has really kind of pushed forward with his leadership as a one china policy and obviously what's been happening here in hong kong goes against that when it comes to these protesters and what they're trying to do so they're going to try to make their voice be heard on this day that she's in pink and china is celebrating the 7th anniversary of the people's republic of china and that is one china 2 systems they're going to try to counter that those images that we're going to be seeing in the coming hours and tenements where the military might and power of china they're going to look to counter those images here the protesters but as we've been hearing from the police it's going to be a tough thing for them to do because there's such a security blanket that's been put down but again we've seen this in the last
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several weekends have been getting pretty violent particular this past sunday that protesters were most likely try something at some stage there right now it's not clear how that's going to happen if it's called in hong kong thank you and allege chinese government spy has been arrested in the united states paying a naturalized u.s. citizen was working as a tool guide in california prosecutors say he was living a double life as an illegal foreign agent for china the department of justice believes paying provided chinese officials with classified information about u.s. national security. plenty more ahead on the news hour including as the increasingly violent protests in haiti drag on society's most vulnerable are paying the highest price. deep divisions why a bit to end a long running crisis in cameroon could be a risk. it's a gold mine for african athletes of the world championships peter as all the action .
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yemen's hooty rebels have released hundreds of prisoners is a move which could revive efforts to end the war that has sparked the worst humanitarian crisis the u.n. hopes it'll lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi amorality coalition mohammed reports in the capital. in front of cameras i'm told they can go home. these are some of the 350 captives released by these silly baghdad it's an overwhelming sense of delight happiness and pleasure as i am coming home back to my family. we hope for the release of prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are yet many and all the prisoners and their families are suffering. they were on the drone under un brokered prisoner
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swap agreement signed in stockholm in december they needed to release 7000 detainees was seen as a breakthrough 2 words peace but the m.e. government and with ease have blamed each other for failing to implement it both these say this conditional release should show their commitment about our county let me give me a lesson that we are prepared and willing to an all inclusive swap deal with or they are yemenis or other nationalities and to prove our sincere a team we have initiated the unconditional release of 350 prisoners. we have called the united nations to pressure the other side to resupport. among those being held saudi citizens who the houthi say will be handed over to the red cross ok the whole thing the release of $350.00 prisoners isn't. of good will. to halt drone and was silent inside saudi arabia but they say that hasn't
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stopped the saudi quality from a sacking targets and. a workers have called for a guest chairs like this as a way to build countered with hopes that it can lead to a peaceful resolution the people who were released today were fathers sons brothers of course we hope to see more initiatives in the future bigger numbers from all sides and as the international committee of the red cross we are always ready to act as a new tour facilitator just as we did today in any future release operation so definitely we are hopeful and we also hope that this release we've got contributes to the revival of the stock an agreement in a media briefing on monday the spokesman for the saudi you equalisation was noncommittal on releasing captives in response to the whole with the freeing hundreds of fighters according to how the military spokesman they launched
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a major can say the saudi territory of measure and and destroyed multiple vehicles as well. they show the capture of hundreds of yemeni and saudi soldiers. cannot independently verify the videos this hour the spokesman also cautioned against taking these previews at face value. with these criticised world powers for condemning the a turk and said auriol is a commodity which is not more expensive than a yemeni blot. on the. us ratings. agency fitch has downgraded saudi arabia's credit rating from a plus to a the agency says it's in response to rising political and military tension in the gulf and a deterioration of the kingdoms of fiscal position riyadh is planning to launch an initial public offering of shares in one of the world's biggest oil companies around. president has dissolved the opposition controlled congress
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and around appointing judges congress has voted to elect new justices to the country's top court president. says the vote goes against his fights to combat corruption opposition politicians vowed to resist any attempt to send them home. trying to orchestrate a power grab. joins us live from the president as we just dissolve congress what more do we know. well indeed he has dissolved congress this is what he has said and announced officially. a few hours about an hour ago now he has the ability to decide congress after he asks congress for a vote of confidence he can ask the congress for a vote of confidence many times but the congress can only be not i the president. the vote of confidence twice during the presidency and they already did
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a few months ago so this afternoon the president has interpreted that the congress was going to deny this vote of confidence that was asked by the prime minister in the morning in congress because 11 congress man has said that they were going to give the president a vote of confidence in specifically specifically specifically this matter to stop the appointment of these 6 new justices to the tribunals to the constitutional tribunals now why has precedent president discover interpreted this because earlier right before the prime minister was asking congress for a vote of confidence congress already began appointing the justices they appointed one of them so throughout the day after the prime minister was in congress since. morning the voice what we've been hearing out of congress from the president of
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congress and the opposition parties was that they were going to continue with the process of appointing the justices on tuesday so that's what president bush house gone ahead and solved the congress without a clear answer from congress now we have 2 scenarios that are completely new to prove in politics one scenario is that because the president dissolves congress with. back to by the constitution he can have the tools of force to get the congressman out of congress he can use the army we don't know if he's going to do this congressman have already said that they will not leave congress tonight the other scenario is that the congressmen are already accusing president. of moral incapacity and they want to vote kate him they are they are going to say that the president is not fit for the presidency and that then they will vote cave him and
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because they have the majority that could happen and the president of congress will take over the presidency and call for elections. with all the latest thank you still ahead on al-jazeera. johnson he's facing allegations of personal misconduct as the. scotland proved too good for the rugby world cup peter reaction. how i once again well winter certainly has kicked in with a vengeance across western parts of canada and indeed ensued the northwest of the united states so early in montana we saw around about $120.00 centimeters of snow
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here and that wintry weather is going to continue just making its way a little further east was for a time central part of kind of the missing something of a wintry mix down to the southeast and currents of very different story temperatures on the high side high pressure is in charge you can see this warm front that red line on a chart to the south of that that's where the heat is so we see temperatures easily getting up into the low to mid thirty's here but behind that we're struggling to get above freezing in calgary those we go on through the next couple of days that warmer weather well just not its way into central and eastern parts of canada chicago gets up to around 29 celsius to run to around 27 degrees and that boundary between the cold and the warm air that's where we got some really lively storms still some wintry weather just tucking in behind at least for a time and we're hanging onto the heat in the southeastern corner that is in the caribbean there's quite a rash of showers particular across the great around here is a slot you try and find for the lesser antilles but showers for central america.
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growing up in harsh and unforgiving circumstances children learn to play dangerous games they say if i throw stones they'll destroy the house and take me worn down by frustration and broken promises young men living under the constant threat of imprisonment they took me to the cheap and blindfolded me it's time for them to regain control of their lives is when the boys returned prison my hiding out at this time on al-jazeera.
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al-jazeera. where ever you. go watching out is there a reminder of our top stories this hour the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked the australian prime minister to help investigate the moeller inquiry trump is already facing an impeachment inquiry over a phone call with ukraine's president where he sought compromising information on democratic presidential hopeful joe biden democrats are demanding documents from rudy giuliani. bruce president has dissolved the opposition controlled congress
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must. the risk honest decision comes after legislators defied him by electing a judge for the constitutional court has been in the middle of a few too with the opposition over his fight to curb corruption. people have formed a human chain around hong kong's harbor hundreds were arrested during a violent weekend in the city police are preparing for mass protests on choosing as china celebrates 70 years since the communist party took power. protesters are back on the streets of haiti's capital port au prince demanding the resignation of president giovino mores the marchers once against turned violent as protest set fire to tires and fought with police on the streets there is widespread anger about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and a shortage of gasoline many petrol stations in the capital have been forced to close let's go live to our correspondent. joins us live in port au prince or
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so how are things playing out there today given the violence that we've seen and the last couple of days. we say the last couple days but really these protests began about 3 weeks ago at the beginning of the fuel shortage that really was the sport these protests begin with today it was a much different city than what we saw last week but still thousands of people that took to the streets once again as you mentioned they are tires they block roads there was violence on the streets there was people trying to up once again and set fire to the stations up the big concern is people safety unfortunately we can confirm that at least one person was killed today within the context of the protests that begin on monday morning political opposition has continued to to call for more protesters there's an expectation that the unrest will unfortunately continue and. how successful or unsuccessful have the protests been in pressuring the government what has been the response from the president. well the pressure has
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the government is under quite a bit of pressure from political opposition to continue to call for more protests to continue to pressure on the president to resign the response from the government has been insistent that there needs to be a national dialogue calling for leaders to join in a negotiating table looking for a political solution unfortunately at the very least the political opposition is so that they are completely unwilling to join in any goshi sions there is delegation of international. aid that are working to mediate the problem even ongoing crisis in the country they did sit down on monday with members of the political opposition asking for that national dialogue to take place but leaders said that they are on willing to negotiate they're saying that the only thing that stops unrest in the country is for the president to resign meanwhile the ongoing fuel shortages
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affecting daily life quite significantly here in the nation's capital as well as in the rest of the country you can walk around the streets of haiti you'll notice that there are long queues people waiting or looking for water water without fuel because this ongoing fuel shortage the trucks that would only be delivering water to people's 'd phones are not functioning public schools are closed until further notice public services are close to further notice unfortunately no one seems to know what further notice means or how long exactly that actually means. steps on the escalation towards a nationwide ceasefire are absolutely essential because the violence and killings
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must stop because there is no military solution because the no solution $2254.00. and a ceasefire with a shared international understanding hold to combat terrorism in a manner that protects the really and hold international law is vital in the on the right and would help the political process diplomatic editor james bays has more from the united nations in new york so a moment off some opportunity on syria but it is worth remembering what is going on in the north of syria in a province which is where many people have fled to as the syrian government and their russian allies have picked off the various what we call deescalation zones it live is the last one the population there swelled to over 3000000 people they now have nowhere to run to and they're being bombarded by the assad government and by
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their russian allies and so i think there is a fear that although there's all this talk about diplomacy the syrian government may still be banking on a military solution the u.s. military says it's conducted 2 air strikes that killed 10 al shabaab fighters in somalia the strike so in response to an attack by the armed group on a u.s. operated military base in the region the u.s. says none of its or its allies troops were injured in the attack in a 2nd incident al-shabaab fighters attempted to target at talian forces in the capital market issue. national talks aimed at ending cameroon's long running political crisis have appeared to falter before they even begin both separatists and opposition politicians are boycotting the event but address reports from the capital. the start of the talks here in your own day marks a significant milestone for many as you said for the 1st time the government acknowledges the fact that there is
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a real problem in the northwest and southwest of the country the government on its part represented by the prime minister of cameroon says it's impressed with the town out and with their arrangements on the ground despite the fact that many or most of the separatists are not yet in process was somewhat does one say the government should allow everything to be on the cards one of the main problems here at this is that the issue of separation is not because we know topple subjects. convince the people who want to see it. not to think about physician any longer by carrying on concrete actions in the field everybody wishes to have. but peace is a consequence of action built on social justice over the next 4 days participants drawn from various sections of what we just passed in different communities and come up with a solution that the government hopes will hard to solve the crisis in the north
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west and south west of the country however what's not clear is that if the resolutions of this conference or dialogue will indeed convince others especially the suffragist to lay down their arms and embrace the path of peace as the governor wanted to do. a new law in the united states a state of california is paving the way for college athletes to enjoy a big pay day until now students playing sports at university were able to profit from brand sponsorships and endorsement deals but the governor of california has signed legislation that would make it a 1st for the u.s. state to give college athletes that opportunity or targets anderson joins us live from washington d.c. she's a branding expert for professional athletes and c.e.o. of t g a unified a branding and media company thank you very much for joining us cust i ask you why you think california has decided to break the mold and spearhead these changes.
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well it's time you know there are colleges and universities are benefiting from marquee players they're making money there any money from that but also it's time to respect the athletes journey so you know doing making an unprecedented move like this you know is compensating athletes for the work that they're putting in and also the you know is equally now with what the universities are making it's a knowledge in their journey could you give us a sense of exactly how much of a big money spinner this is what kind of sponsorship are we talking about. this this is far reaching i mean a lot of people outside of the athletes will benefit brands will benefit sports agencies will benefit you know it's a far reaching move that is acknowledging the athletes journey you know people have this misconception that you know athletes become who they are once they step on the field in college or they step on the field in the n.f.l.
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it takes takes work to get there so you know throughout their journey from you know little legal pop warner leagues they're now here they've arrived in college and they did that through hard work so you know i can respect thing that part of it really puts them in a position so now you know work with brands to get paid for you know what the universities are earning off of their likeness their image or you know who they are what you see the pitfalls what potentially talking about sums of money landing on the laps of young men and women sports stars of the future when the technically meant to be studying. could you see them as being somewhat open to exploitation for instance. if not handle right if not they don't have a great team behind them to manage you know what is going on the types of endorsement deals that they're doing the money that's coming in you know it can be overwhelming for a young athlete who does have other things to focus on i think putting some
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frameworks in place that will protect the athletes maybe putting money in a trust or you know having them invest because you know an athlete career kid ended any moment so if they you know something result god forbid an injury or something they have that you know there are from their endorsement deals while they're in college you know if invested right to last them once they get you know after sports or they get into the you know the professional sports arena it's a very very interesting grounds to keep a close eye on. this and in washington d.c. thank you very much for that. the british prime minister boris johnson has denied accusations by journalists that he gropes 20 years ago the case is being overshadowed by the 2nd day of the new overshot of the 2nd day of the annual conservative party conference in munches to really challenge is that. work questions questions questions boris johnson attended the conservative party
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conference facing many what is his bricks it strategy did he improperly favor a u.s. entrepreneur with public money when he was london mayor and the latest to the great female journalists 20 years ago his answer is no you and i think what the public want to hear is about what we're doing to level up and unite the country that's debatable but it's certainly the view amongst women party members i spoke to i don't think it really mountainous i think that he and the service personnel it's a woman just amazed getting back to it so that you know he's trying to do his job in the same smearing on the mainland and also that can't help but think that this isn't just another one of the smear against get breakfast done is boris johnson's oft repeated mantra he still insists he'll do this on october 31st not if snow but it's deal or no deal but neither he nor his advisor dominic cummins of explained
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how they'll get around paula mantra legislation that expressly forbids crushing out of the european union with no acceptable settlement in place they are both asked repeatedly of course that happened on time who were to ask you the same question but mr cummings cryptic responses we should just have to wait and see opposition leaders fear a trick and they met in london on monday to strategize about the liberal democrats joyce winston says they won't push ahead with a vote of no confidence in the government this week even understands that if anything that would just increase the risk of the reds that and therefore playing into the poorest of the some inside the polity lament the path taken by johnson and cummings to dominic grieve has consistently rebelled against a hard line breaks it where watching me particularly with mr cummings his behavior and. it's somebody who frankly has a maoist revolutionary view of how politics should be conducted and appears to be
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willing to smash anything up for the sake of achieving his own goal well that is very dangerous. there was a question about the fate of this conference following last week's supreme court ruling that the government suspension of parliament was unlawful at least that one now has an answer but on who will be leading this country and if it will still be part of the e.u. in a month's time in the words of dominic cummings we'll see. how does era manchester between austria's former chancellor sebastian kurtz says coalition talks are likely to be more challenging this time around after his party's victory in sunday's snap election the 33 year old leader is looking for a new pun this to form a government and says his 1st priority will be economic growth dominic what came reports from vienna. on a sunny afternoon people here taking stock of sunday's election it's clear who the newspapers think is the leading man now sebastien courts faces a choice of who to govern with will try to give good talks with all the other
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parties in the parliament and try to form a government the furthest for the people forced in vienna people speculate that might mean the greens who muscled their way back into parliament with their best ever result and who might be prepared to work with courts if he will compromise reducing the need for better we're well prepared for these discussions and i can only say that we will campaign for changes in this country especially regarding climate protection but also in terms of integration that is the mandate that we got . unlike the far right freedom party whose vote share plummeted due to the corruption scandal its former leaders called in the spring seemingly condemning their parliamentary colleagues to a spell in opposition and in effect meaning there are now no far right parties in government in much of western europe some analysts believe this absence from power may only be temporary it will always be
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a roller coaster day here to stay there will be a huge market for liking populist parties. and because there is enough anger and distrust in the population with the political system to feed the success of right wing parties and yet here in austria that political tendency is currently in check left to lick its own self-inflicted wound it's one that watches its former partner bask in the glow of electoral success for the past 4 months this federal chancellery has been run by a caretaker government but after sunday's election result it's pretty clear that no matter who is sebastiaan chords governs with he will be the chancellor dominic kane al-jazeera vienna. a german carmaker volkswagen has rejected calls to settle a customer class action lawsuit over its rigging of diesel emissions tests it was
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the 1st day of the having which is the largest legal claim of its kind in modern german history hundreds of thousands of people are demanding compensation following the so-called diesel gate scandal which is already cost the company around $30000000000.00 also i can admit it using illegal software to cheat engine tests in 2015 hungry and remaining years nominees for 2 key jobs in the e.u. commission have been rejected for a 2nd time the european parliament's legal committee refused to recommend a plum of roumania slow truck sonnie of hungry over concerns of possible financial conflicts of interest both countries of us now offer new candidates for the commission which is due to take office in november well of leaders past and present have attended the funeral for former french leader jacques chirac president emmanuel mccrone was joined by his russian counterpart vladimir putin and former u.s. president bill clinton for the service in paris thousands of people lined the streets
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outside the church as the coffin was taken on the procession through the capital. every rains in the north and east of india have killed more than a 100 people flooding has left thousands homeless with rescue teams working around the clock to help those affected reports. this wasn't able to stop the monsoon floods in the pradesh where 80 percent of the state has been affected 7 days of heavy rain here forcing many from their homes have. all heard has been destroyed and this roofless you have no place to move my brother uncles father all of us only have armor unless we have been cost into the streets. people in rural areas are using everything they can to get to safety relief camps have been set up an indian government has promised to compensate families of those killed by the floods. going to the eastern states of bihari is no different the
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damage is extensive this is the local government building mostly submerged. rescuers have been working tirelessly to transport people to temporary relief centers. overwhelms the states government has called on the indian air force to edge up much needed food and medication. a lot of people have been affected by the flooding especially in the low lying areas the disaster response teams have evacuated them almost 9000 people have been moved since this morning. the for those who have not only just lost their homes but their livelihoods they'll need a lot more help. by whatever i did this video shared on social media shows a man who refuses to leave his rick sure that earns him a living. he cries as he tries to rescue it.
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most businesses have come to a hole. and schools in some of the worst hit. districts all closed until tuesday with some roads and bridges destroyed it's still not clear when life for those in the states of pradesh and behind overtime to normal. so ahead on al-jazeera. success of the world athletics championships.
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it's time for the sport now of peta stamets of the world athletics championships. welcome back to the national stadium where day 4 with the world championships has been africa's day a terrific finish in the women's 800 meters final as ugandan halim. produced a big upset to take gold after a terrific battle to the line the favorite a.j. wilson of america only finishing. african success continued with most thought it was successfully defending his title in the men's 5000 meters in a season space time countryman selam on but i got taking the silver match to the delight of the g.o.p. in fact and a 3rd african gold came from beatrice chip coach in the women's 3000 meter steeplechase
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a kenyan finishing it well clear of the field. and i would title successfully defended was in the men's $400.00 metres hurdles no way it's cost involved held off the challenge from his arch rival ray benjamin to take gold again hosts qatar also getting their 1st medal as somebody won the bronze. in the field in smellier last it scanned and made it 3 world titles in a row in the high jump her mark of 2.04 meters proved good enough for another gold for the russian competing as a neutral athlete. and there were big celebrations from sweden's daniel star as he took gold in the discus final easy for the 67.59 meters good enough to secure these food global titles. let's get reaction now to a busy night in the stadium with our sports correspondent andy richardson a few track and field events of sparkled in the last couple of years in the way
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that the 400 meter hurdles has another world record was set back in 1992 at the barcelona olympics by american kevin young the next 3 fastest man in history are all contemporaries and all running in this final cost and of norway right benjamin of the united states and the rahman somber of cats so he's been recovering from an injury for much of the season but this time out of his 402 goal defending his title from 2 years ago benjamin winning silver and somber winning a bronze medal in front of his harm crowd is great great feeling tonight win the bronze medal so happy with this. i'm going to say thank you but everybody coming tonight under support me it was related to music that i'm always pumps i'm always trying to be motivated for my races and that is probably what what makes me a good championship runner and to win today was a special feeling in
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a love that's really now a real rising star of outlet 6 is swedish pole vaulter plant is still only a teenager he's already the european champion and with a good chance of winning gold on choose day now the pole vault looks like a somewhat scary unnatural event to many of us but as he told me that's not necessarily the case if your dad also happens to be a king pole vaulter i grew up 4 years old a pot set up in my backyard and so you know other people over learned how to ride a bike i was learning how to you know you know funny enough and you know i think it's a very very unique and strange to meet your average guy. average person you know when you put a pole in my hand and i have to track the box that it stands for all the things that you know you need to create a public set up it just feels natural just normal feels like i'm riding a bike my body kind of just takes over in and does it now another athlete who makes everything look very easy and natural is american sprinter no lyall's he qualified for tuesday's 200 meter final with the fastest time in the semifinals and it's
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$22.00 looks to be closing in on his 1st major title. so after 4 days of action the united states leads the middle table with 4 golds and $113.00 medals in total followed by china jamaica and kenya who have 2 golds each and that 1st medal for host nation cutter puts them in 17th position now the new $100.00 metres world champion christian coleman is preparing for the relay events that start on friday he's victory was soured by controversy before the championships of 3 missed 3 doping tests and the richardson spoke to the head of the athletics integrity unit david howman who says coleman has done nothing wrong under the rules. he missed 2 tests the other breach that he was at least to have committed was afraid you provide the proper we're about some from asia so it wasn't a missed test. the difficulty was that the. use of for
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those 3 for ideas 3 bridges occurred in a 12 month period. and i didn't because the rule says the failure s.p. it takes place at the time that you were about information into the system not the day that you actually filed so. his 3 alleged breaches took place in a 14 month period not a 12 month period he's innocent. he's still got the possibility of another strike within a 12 month period but you can't cast aspersions on somebody who has the next day broken the rules the way they are written and he hasn't so. i think there should be cleared up in the air fleet earlier to get on with his life in a more normal fashion away from the athletics scotland have their 1st win of the rugby world cup thanks to a bonus point victory against summer 2 penalty try is along with schools for sure
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made them grade laidlaw secured a 34 nil win for the scots on a fine from pool 8 of the finals has become wide open of the host nation japan's victory over ireland. and in the english premier league manchester united have made they would just start to a season in 30 years after they were held to a $11.00 draw at home by arsenal scot mccloughan a gave united at half time lead at old trafford appear in america bum a young scored an equaliser with the assistance of v.a. or to secure a point united have just 9 points from 7 games this season. favre have ruled that caught of must pay knowns $6.00 and a half $1000000.00 for the transfer of a mini on a solemn the audience on strike who was killed in a plane crash in january of the sunning for his new club and was traveling to join them called of contested they were not liable for his full transfer fee of
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$80000000.00 as he wasn't officially they player when he died and that's what you support from the national stadium from now we'll see you again later formal. but that's it for the news hour stay with us here on al-jazeera.
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i mean this is al jazeera life and also coming up china is set for a massive show of strength to mark the 70th anniversary of the people's republic as it casts a watchful eye over protesters in hong kong. power struggle in peru the president tonight. so you see he's dissolving congress after it defied his warnings and elected a judge to the constitutional court. donald trump's presidency is struggling to contain a momentum for impeachment his new revelations pile up he's now accused of asking a 2nd foreign leader for the political help the new york times says the u.s. president asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the inquiry which examined russian interference in the $26000.00 election meanwhile democrats in the us house are taking action against trump's lawyer and regular defender on t.v. movie giuliani she has returns he has more from washington d.c.
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over the course of the last note he wants from crumbs personal lawyer rudy giuliani have now been subpoenaed for the impeachment inquiry giuliani has said that his contacts with the ukrainian government about investigating former u.s. vice president joe biden and his son hunter were conducted in coordination with trumpet ministration officials congressional democrats want to know how deep that coordination went meanwhile the white house donald trump once again suggested he had better time for the whistleblower protection as mandated by law well we're trying to find out about a whistleblower when you have a whistleblower that reports things that were incorrect as you know and you probably figured it out the statement i made to the president of ukraine a good man a nice man knew was perfect it was perfect but the whistle blower reported a totally different statement and he continued to attack representative adam schiff the democratic congressman leading the house inquiry into the president's conduct with the ukrainian government he actually took words and made it up the reason is
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when he saw my call to the president of ukraine it was so good that he couldn't quote from last thursday schiff summarize president trump's call to his ukrainian counterpart in the house intelligence committee like this we've been very good to your country very good no other country has done as much as we have but you know what i don't see much reciprocity here. i hear what you want i have a favor i want from you though and i'm going to say this only 7 times so you better listen good i want you to make up dirt on my political opponent understand lots of it and it's this summary that's been the focus of the president's anger in recent days trump even mused on twitter where the ship should be arrested for treason a crime punishable by death but democrats insist their investigations will be swift leading to a house vote on impeaching the president if successful the senate should then consider whether trump is guilty the senate majority leader however is leaving open
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the option of speeding through a trial so i would have no choice but to take it up a lawyer on it is a whole different matter but i would have no choice but to take it up based on a senate rule on impeachment adam schiff meanwhile is expected to convene his committee later this week shift as he also eventually hopes to hear from the whistleblower if you have a chance the al-jazeera washington a particle and joins us now live from washington d.c. patty the case against the president appears to be strengthening the president and those close to him saying repeatedly there's nothing to see here and of course these revelations involving the australian prime minister what more do we know either. and this is a whole different investigation so when it comes ukraine this you have just mentioned that has to do with him asking and it's in the trail in the memo that they white house released basically asking for the iranian president's help getting dirt on a political rival this was after he had cut off hundreds of millions of dollars of aid meant for ukraine so now these new revelations are coming from the wall street
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journal new york times the washington post all different strands coming together that the president also wanted foreign leaders help look into the russian investigators and remember he has said that it was a trap the basically the deep state government was trying to lure in his people so he's ordered his attorney general william barr to investigate the origins of that investigation now according to these newspaper reports bar has the president himself reached out to the prime minister of australia scott morrison asked him to help the attorney general that's because an australian diplomat was involved in the initial investigation and apparently bar himself has been reaching out to both the british and the italian governments asking them for help so this is incredibly unusual this is an attorney general going to u.s. allies asking them to help investigate the invest in the intelligence community of his country so again more revelations that this is just going to fuel the fire
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democrats are moving their rapid clip and it seems like every day there's another revelation about what the president's been up to behind closed doors the president's lawyer rudy giuliani he's definitely in a in a tight spot or at least a time to support the new he was a few days ago what more do we know about the subpoena and the kind of communications to the democrats want to see open and on the table for all to see. this delay on is just the latest subpoena they've also asked for the state department to give up all of its documentation on ukraine and all of what transpired there but they really wanted the transcript of the phone call the exact verbatim transcript between the president and the leader of ukraine but rudy giuliani we're going to hear from him is going to go on the conservative cable news channel fox news in about 54 minutes the thing is though rudy giuliani has been very of radek no one really knows what's going to come out of his mouth at any given time. he could say i'm the president's lawyer this is protected under
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attorney client privilege you can't get this but at the same time he then goes on t.v. and says i'm not after you as the president's lawyer i'm just an emissary that gets away all of that privilege and he's a lawyer who actually said i'm not being his lawyer so it makes a lot of people scratch their head as to what his overall strategy is if he in fact has one and the other problem for him is he admits openly the president's not pain him that he's basically doing this pro bono as a favor so we're going to have to wait and see but in 54 minutes i guarantee it will be a whole other thing to talk about with it comes a rudy giuliani ok thank you very much pat to go ahead and washington d.c. with all the latest there. so liberations are set to begin in china marking 70 years since the communist party took power large parades are being held in beijing aimed at reflecting the country's increased wealth and military strength meanwhile hong kong is braced for
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several mass rallies across the city as china celebrates national day members of the pro democracy group league of social democrats gathered in one shot in one of the 6 districts where protests are planned throughout cheese day 3 metro stations are closed and dozens of shopping malls shut the door as if the fears of the protests may turn violent. well we've got correspondents in both hong kong and beijing scott hyder is a flag raising ceremony in hong kong but 1st let's go to rob matheson who is in beijing rob a hugely significant day for china a country that has gone through major changes over the years since the founding of modern china what is happening there in beijing the epicenter of the celebrations. as you say china's going through major changes but one of the messages that's going to come away from the parades today is that those changes have not finished the 1st
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thing we're going to see is a massive military parade a demonstration of china's current military strength we expect to see about 15000 soldiers and sailors and dress uniforms marching up song gun which is the road just 8 lane highway i going to see it just over my shoulder that goes all the way up through gentleman's square that's where president she's going to be making his opening speech it within the next couple of hours but we're also expected to see a fly pasta by about 160 different types of aircraft and about 580 tanks and armored vehicles will also be making their way up children as well the other thing is that they will be accompanied we're told by about a $100000.00 civilians some of them volunteers who will be carrying banners and being part of the parade after president xi makes his speech on military out of this of course they're going to be watching the parades very closely to see if there's any new technology that china has developed that it's going to be putting on a show today but the 2nd part of the message that i referred to earlier is going to
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be a cautionary one and the reason it's cautionary is because in the 2nd quarter of 2019 china's economy shrank that is to say it stopped expanding by 6 but it expanded only at a rate of 6.2 percent that's compared to 6.4 percent in the 1st quarter of 2019 other countries around the world that would love to have their economies expanded by anything over 6 percent but for china this was significant because it was the 1st time in 27 years that the economy started to slow down president xi since that point has been making regular statements warning people of course china's you know a growing middle class is very used to having money in its pocket and things that we can buy that he will be warning that there are tough times ahead we are. in the middle he will say of a u.s. trade war trade war with the united states but of course this is also a sensitive time for china as you were talking about there are the protests and
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hong kong and ongoing allegations regarding human rights were being connection to the people from sin john paul has in the northwest of the country as well so we're hearing great attention to what president xi is going to say rob thank you all on hong kong let's go now to scott hydel who's standing by scott clearly an important day not only for the government but also for the process is there in hong kong what are we expecting. absolutely even those protesters as pro-democracy protesters there want to counter those images coming out of beijing that rob was just describing you know just in the last couple of minutes here there was a flag raising ceremony you see the flags over my shoulder now it was very subdued this year because they're worried about disruption from those protesters during this flag raising ceremony it was held outside here but the $12000.00 dignitaries and guests here for that ceremony were actually inside the convention center just next to it they watched it on television a large screen television so you can under understand just how concerned they are
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about security here now going to what's going to happen today most likely we do know that the protesters will again want to counter those images coming out of beijing coming out of tiananmen square that show of power that's going to be happening so we know that there are some plot protests planned around the city but it's not definitive what's going to happen and when that is because the police has said that they are going to crack down hard on any protest today obviously because of the significance of this day but they also said it's very very dangerous situation because they say they've been hearing threats online in chat chat groups about what the protesters are planning to say so they're using that as an excuse to really put down a very very hard security presence on hong kong today neve scalloped thank you very much scott live in hong kong. peru's president has dissolved the opposition controlled congress in a row over appointing judges peru's opposition run congress has voted to elect new justices to the country's top court president says the vote goes against his fight
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to combat corruption opposition politicians are valid to resist any attempt to send them home and if accused of trying to orchestrate a power grab. or marianna joins sanchez joins us live now from lima marianna 1st of all let's talk about the sudden move by the president to dissolve parliament what more do we know there. well he decided to do solve congress and call for new parliamentary elections after a long day and a long we can of political crisis here in peru this morning on monday began with the prime minister going to congress to ask for a vote of confidence to stop the appointment of 6 or 7 justices to the very powerful constitutional tribunals the argument that the prime minister gave after asking for this no confidence this confidence vote is that there was
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a lack of transparency these subprocesses usually takes between 30 days to 90 days and this was these justices were. being appointed in a period of army days so the government said that this was fishy that they have to stop this and that's why they asked congress to stop this process of appointment of these very powerful justices who can decide on. the rights of people but also many cases that are going on now in peru now the president interpreted that congress was given a no vote after the prime minister went to congress and after that congress appointed to one of the justices and so president but these kind of said this this is interpreted that they have given him
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a no vote. no confidence vote despite that the congressmen have not given him a clear answer yet so there most probably will be discussions about whether it is constitutional or not the fact that the president has dissolved congress congressmen of course are being are going to use this they say that this is a coup d'etat and they have filed a motion to stop. to. to cait the presidency because of moral incapacity however that this is one scenario the other scenario is that the president decides to clear the congress and take out all of the congress men who are have said that they will stay in the chambers that they will not leave so so this is a clear if they've armed forces we'll go inside the congress or not. sanchez thank you still ahead on al-jazeera increasingly violent protests in haiti continue
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as many campaign for better living conditions and government reform. plus more trouble for u.k. prime minister points johnson he's facing allegations of sexual misconduct with the brakes it deadline looms ever closer. however we're seeing some very heavy rain now starting to make its way in taiwan and that's because of typhoon maytag you can just see that on the edge of the screen there fading further north which as we go through the next 24 hours it is going to be the eastern side of china which will see the wettest weather as we go through tuesday it sweeps to the north of shanghai weaken somewhat be a tropical storm by wednesday and exceed by that stage much of central and southern china will be followed by
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a few showers and they could cloud over towards west and pass that was there were quite a rash of showers as per usual across southeast asia luvvie downpours there into malaysia indonesia that is going to be largely dry but across the equator as well the shows should be more wet weather coming through as we go on through the next few days and that wet weather there into northern parts of somalia into the late pledged and maybe one or 2 showers there also affecting thailand and the weather does continue of course across a good part of northern maine there was seen some flooding rains race and then i'm afraid those floods do continue into the top of dash into bear haase date we have got that wetter weather nudging its way into bangladesh over the next couple of days as well and that rain will sit in a similar area and we still quite a few showers into the west and get one or 2 still has for like. good weather sponsored by countdown anyways. growing up in harsh an unforgiving circumstances children learn to play dangerous games they say if i throw stones then destroy the
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house and take no more and down by frustration and broken promises young men living under the constant threat of imprisonment pick took me to the jeep and blindfolded me the time for them to regain control of their lives is when the boys returned prison my side announced at this time i know. you know watching out is there a reminder for our top stories this hour the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked the australian prime minister to help investigate the mulla inquiry trump is already facing an impeachment inquiry over
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a phone call with ukraine's president waste all compromising information on democratic presidential hopeful joe biden the democrats are demanding documents from trump's lawyer rudy giuliani. people have formed a human chain around hong kong's harbor hundreds were arrested during a violent weekend in the city police of a pattern for mass protests on chu say as china celebrates 70 years since the communist party took. president has dissolved the opposition controlled congress discuss decision comes as politicians defied him by voting to elect 6 new judges for the country's top court iscar has been in the middle of a feud with the opposition over his 5 to corruption. yemen's hooty rebels have released hundreds of prisoners is a move which could revive efforts to end a war that has sparked the worst humanitarian crisis the u.n. hopes it'll lead to a larger exchange of prisoners with the saudi amorality coalition it comes
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a day after he commanders released a video footage that they said show the capture of thousands of saudi backed fighters mohammed reports from the capital sana was. raided in front of cameras and told they can go home. these are some of the 350 captives released by these silly baghdad it's an overwhelming sense of delight happiness and pleasure as i am coming home back to my family. we hope for the release of all prisoners and detainees from all sides simply because we are yet many and all the prisoners and their families are suffering. was they were on the lists drawn under u.n. brokered prisoner swap agreements signed in stockholm in december they needed to release $7000.00 detainees was seen as a breakthrough towards peace but the m.e. government and the hoa fees have blamed each other for failing to implement it both
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these say this and conditional release should show their commitment about how can you give me a last one we are prepared and willing for an all inclusive swap deal with or they are yemenis or other nationalities and to prove our sincere a team we have initiated the unconditional release of 350 prisoners we have called the united nations to pressure the other side to resupport. among those being held saudi citizens with these say will be handed over to the red cross ok to hold their release of $350.00 prisoners isn't. good well. to hold their own. inside saudi arabia but they say that hasn't stopped the saudi quality from a king target in. a workers' i've called for a guest chairs like this as
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a way to build countered with hopes that it can lead to a peaceful resolution the people who were released today were fathers sons brothers of course we hope to see more initiatives in the future bigger numbers from all sides and as the international committee of the ritz cross we are always ready to act as a new tour facilitator just as we did today in any future release operation so definitely we are hopeful and we also hope that this release. contributes to the revival of the stock on agreement in a media briefing on monday the spokesman for the saudi you equalisation was noncommittal on releasing captives in response to the with the freeing hundreds of fighters according to how the military spokesman they launched a major you can say the saudi territory of measure run and destroyed multiple vehicles as well say the shoe the character of hundreds of yemeni and saudi soldiers. cannot independently verify the videos the saudi spokesman also
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cautioned against taking these previews at face value. with these criticised world powers for condemning the a turk and said auriol is a commodity which is not more expensive than yemeni blood. at least one person has been killed in protests in haiti many continue to demand the resignation of president. schools and businesses remain closed as the marches once again turned violent demonstrators set fire to tires and forward police on the streets of the capital as widespread anger about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and a shortage of gasoline. has this update from port au prince. thousands of people took to the streets in the haitian capital port au prince on monday as we've seen in days past people burned tires they set up roadblocks there were instances of people attacking police stations cars set on fire of course the big concern is over
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loss of life unfortunately we can confirm that at least one person was killed within the context of the protests that took place on monday opposition leaders continue to call for more protests saying that the only way out of this crisis is the resignation of haitian president should know more ways now there is an international delegation of ambassadors that are in haiti that are trying to mediate the ongoing political crisis calling on the opposition to a negotiating table but opposition leaders say that they are on willing to negotiate again saying that the only solution here is for the president to step down meanwhile public services are are at a standstill there public schools have been closed until further notice there's an ongoing fuel shortage making daily life very difficult in haiti and unfortunately there's no way to know exactly when that further notice is going to and. soon has denied accusations by a journalist that he groped 20 years ago the case has been overshadowing the 2nd day of the annual conservative party conference in manchester where we challenge
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says that. questions questions questions boris johnson attended the conservative party conference facing many what is his bricks it strategy did he improperly favor a us entrepreneur with public money when he was london mayor and the latest to the great female journalists 20 years ago his answer is no you and i think what the public want to hear is about what we're doing to level up and unite the country that's debatable but it's certainly the view amongst women party members i spoke to i don't think it really mountainous i think that he and the service personnel it's a woman just amaze getting back to it so that you know he's trying to do his job and to say much smearing on the mainland and also that can't help but think that this isn't just another one of the smear against get breakfast done is boris johnson's oft repeated mantra he still insists he'll do this on oct 31st no if snow
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buts deal or no deal but neither he nor his advisor dominic cummins of explain how they'll get around palm entry legislation that expressly forbids crushing out of the european union with no acceptable settlement in place and they are both asked repeatedly of course that happened on time you've already asked me the same question but mr cummings cryptic response is we shall just have to wait and see opposition leaders fear a trick and they met in london on monday to strategize about the liberal democrats joyce winston says they won't push ahead with a vote of no confidence in the government this week even understands that if anything that would just increase the risk of the reds that and therefore playing into the poorest of the some inside the party lament the path taken by johnson and cummings to dominic grieve has consistently rebelled against the hard line breaks it where watching me particularly with mr cummings his behavior and. he's somebody
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who frankly has a maoist revolutionary view of how politics should be conducted and appears to be willing to smash anything up for the sake of achieving his own goal well that is very dangerous. there was a question about the fate of this conference following last week's supreme court ruling that the government suspension of parliament was unlawful at least not one now has an answer but on who will be leading this country and if it will still be part of the e.u. in a month's time in the words of dominic cummings we'll see. how does era manchester with the greek government says thousands of refugees on the island of les boss will be moved to the mainland following a deadly fire at an overcrowded camp at least one asylum seeker was killed when the blaze broke out on sunday 17 others were injured around 12000 people are currently house of the morea camp which is more than 4 times the sites capacity separately greece has also announced plans to send another 10000 migrants back to turkey by
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the end of 2020 following an emergency meeting german can make a volkswagen has rejected calls to settle a class action lawsuit over its rigging of diesel emissions tests is the 1st day of the hearing which is the largest legal claim of its kind in modern german history hundreds of thousands of people are demanding compensation following the so-called diesel gate scandal which is already cost the company about 30000000000 dollars also i can admit it using illegal software to cheat engine tests in 2015 well it's got a round up of day for the world athletics championships peta stem it is the khalifas international stadium. 6 titles were up for grabs at the world athletics championships on monday and it was a good night for africa to reflect finish in the women's 800 meters final as ugandan nakai produced a big upset to take gold off to a terrific battle to the line a favorite a.j.
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wilson of america only finishing food african success continued with evidence successfully defending his title in the mains 5000 meters in a season's best time countryman cinemark about a go at taking the silver much to the delight of the ethiopian fans and the 3rd african gold came from beatrice chip courage in the women's 3000 meter steeple chase the kenyan finishing as well clear of the field. another title successfully defended was in the men's $400.00 metres hurdles norway's cost involved home held off the challenge from his arch rival ray benjamin to take gold again hosts qatar also getting their 1st medal as a man somebody won the bronze in the field events last it stan it made it 3 world titles in a row in the high jump her mark of 2.04 meters proved good enough for another gold for the russian competing as
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a neutral athlete and they were big celebrations from sweden's daniel stout as he took gold in the discus final is a fit of 67.59 meters good enough to secure his 1st global tight. we have 4 finals to come on season including the men's 200 meters and 800 meters you can find much more all of our stories on our website it's out dot com stay with us for more new short. this is out as they are and these other top stories the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the inquiry which examined russian interference in the 2016 election is already facing an impeachment inquiry over a phone call with ukraine's president where he saw compromising information on
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democratic presidential hopeful joe biden. this is incredibly unusual this is an attorney general going to u.s. allies asking them to help investigate the invest in the intelligence community of his country so again more revelations say this is just going to fuel the fire democrats are moving their rapid clip and it seems like every day there's another revelation about what the president's been up to behind closed doors celebrations are set to begin in china marking 70 years since the communist party took power large parades will be held in beijing aimed at reflecting the country's increased wealth and military strength meanwhile hong kong is braced for several mass rallies there across the city as china celebrates its national day 3 metro stations are closed and dozens of shopping malls shut their doors over fears the protests may turn violent peru's president has dissolved the opposition controlled congress
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martin discard this decision comes as politicians defied him by voting to elect 6 new judges for the country's top court skaro has been in the middle of a few to the opposition over his fight to curb corruption at least one person has been killed in protests in haiti is any continue to demand the resignation of president john elmore u.s. schools and businesses remain closed as the marches once again turned violent demonstrators set fire to tires and fought with police on the couch on the streets of the capital as widespread anger about alleged government corruption spiraling inflation and a shortage of gasoline the greek government says thousands of refugees on the island of less possible be moved to the mainland following a deadly fire at an overcrowded camp at least one asylum seeker was killed when the blaze broke out on sunday 17 others were injured around 12000 people are currently house of the morea camp which is more than 4 times the sites capacity well those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after the inside story stay
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with us. after months of protests fears of more violence in haiti demonstrators stepped up their demands for the president to resign so what's fueling beyond race and how will the government respond to people speak of incidents this is inside story. and welcome to the program. for months now people in haiti have protested in
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sometimes violent demonstrations that appear to be getting worse a deepening economic crisis and growing fuel and food shortages have sent people to the streets there demanding the resignation of president who has so far rejected that call and frequent natural disasters have made things worse for millions of haitians hurricanes that destroy homes and food production and severe droughts that dry up the country's water resources but let's take a look at the political crisis which began in july last year when haiti's government announced plans to end fuel subsidies as part of an agreement with the international monetary fund thousands protested demanding president should step down demonstrations continue despite the government suspending the reforms that would have nearly doubled petrol prices prime minister jackie tar resigned and his replacement was fired just 6 months after his appointment and protesters got even
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more angry after allegations that 4000000000 dollars from a venezuelan. the program disappeared we have a lot to get to with our guests in just a moment but for assist report from anya in port au prince. food week's protests against haitian president should no noise have paralyzed much of the capital port au prince. over the weekend in an easy call returned to the city with debris from roadblocks still littering the streets having a motorbike was the most efficient way to get around. we visited the shanty town of the poorest slum in the city. there we met 65 year old so little trees the living conditions in her neighborhood are far from sanitary and many of her family members are sick. she tells us she remembers a time when she had steady work and life in the country wasn't nearly as hard but those days are long gone. the way things are going and the country has made things
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worse for the poor we feel even more mistreat it than before there's no one hits a help us we have to look at fosse selves. there are thousands of haitians who like solon have been deeply affected by the political crisis there's an ongoing petrol shortage fuel pumps are crowded and with public services crippled many people are forced to walk long distances in search of supplies them out in the pits to do it i have a wife and children and i can't find water i've got $5.00 to buy water but i don't know where to find it with tensions still high the government continues to call for a national dialogue to nice violence is not the best way to make your voice heard there is a major impact on the country's economy especially if it means haiti is locked down . unwilling to negotiate opposition leaders have once again called for mass demonstrations haiti's political opposition has vowed to continue to protest for as long as it takes for the president to resign meanwhile it's the poorest in the
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country who are worst affected for them this is a crisis with no end in sight but richard up a. court appearance. or less i'll bring in our guests for today's inside story in port au prince we have. junior a haitian canadian activists in durham north carolina in the united states history professor at duke university with a focus on the caribbean and haiti in particular also in port au prince economist and professor at university thank you all for joining us. so much for being on inside story betty if i can start with you and i want to bring up a photo you tweeted just a little over a year ago in august of 2018 and it reads where is the petrol caribbean money just to remind our viewers petro korea they was a venezuela solidarity program which supplied oil to caribbean nations like haiti
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at a discounted price so they could use the money that was freed up towards development but billions as we've heard billions of dollars set the program just simply disappeared so this photo is actually what sparked the anti-corruption demonstrations that we've seen in haiti over the past year what was your intention 1st of all when you tweeted this photo over a year ago and did you think it would resonate the way they did with haitians. well i was not expecting better at all when this happened they were. through i was i was i was sleeping and i couldn't sleep and during the night i just. when i woke up i asked my sister you know i need to take a picture and we took the picture because of all the things that were going on in before. all the protests from july 67 the country and whatnot so way to the picture and it just blew me exploded. and ever since. i got out
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got back to haiti and i went on the ground. fighting with people on the ground and i was not expecting that at all. the protests began over the government's plans to end the fuel subsidies but the government ended up canceling those plans because of the demonstrations so why are people still on the streets in haiti today what are the people's demands those who are protesting there the demands of the people are very simple it is they need to meet their basic needs it's food water somewhere to sleep it's really basic haitians are not asking for much is just you you have the elite bigger debts that has all into their hands and all the wealth of the country is divided between among a few people so it's been liers that is happening and you have that
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predatory state that's the king of sticking in captivity so now the people are demanding to live in better condition to live like decent human being this is the very simple thing that they are asking as citizens. in total trains as i said this has been going on for years are the protesters that we're seeing on the streets of port au prince today. is for the current fuel shortages and food shortages but he took office nearly 3 years ago but these corruption allegations have dante de for a very long time now for many years why is he to blame for the current crisis. and i think it it's a combination of different factors corruption 'd actually is going too far and every time you have a new scandal and it looked like all yll under fire and of people and make people angry. but also we have the highest inflation for that to flow for the
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last 11 years we have the highest currency rated growth for the last 20 years we do worse it could not meet their growth since did earthquake so this here is a particular catastrophic economic year enemy more people game and have the same time how can see you know ready to give gas subsidies when you. when you bang port you giving money to congressmen to vote for prime minister to do those kind of action and development make it more difficult for people to accept and also to trust the government so it's like james war bad but getting worse but how is driven armories responsible how did he benefit from the old system of subsidized feel official investigation have implicated not just him but other officials under previous administrations as well last year he she didn't give the
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answer regarding to lou questions because she he did it a porch to bob a very deep he change of government last year after protests in july but it was not the point so because right now we have a systemic crisis is not government crisis is not just inflation it presses a systemic crisis we do is no way you can't keep so many people in poverty in extreme poverty in a country where it was so sort of theirs in acquiring the enforced ration so you can't there's no way you could keep the system. wing as it was before what does seem people actually people do is sources of the country and he came to use it will it do they do not think we've balanced that day and that's why people are so angry want to get him to resign you know haunted why in north carolina international media has focused on the familiar story of corruption and mismanagement in in haiti
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an all too familiar story but what lies beneath all this in your view what are the root causes side but i imagine that they extend beyond the current government do they not well certainly and i think you know that as my colleagues have said this is in a way kind of a long term process systemic questions coming to a head and i think just a situation that has been building for quite a long time obviously the basic questions about food security food supply water supply both in the port au prince but also in the cities throughout the country that have seen protests recently and in the countryside i think that's fundamental and also the sense that there is there hasn't been a kind of real political response to the demands on the part of people to have transparency to have kind of responses to questions about where where the money has gone and so that that combination that's really greasing frustrations i think many ways came into power he certainly made promises as many governments have about
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addressing agriculture which which really is i think maybe that key or one of the he's to the question how to increase food production within the country how to decrease and dependence on foreign food and there are questions like that that are fundamental that have huge impact throughout the country that simply have not been addressed and sustained way and i think again as my colleagues have said i think people are looking for someone who will provide the solutions for the beginnings of solutions it's obviously a very complicated situation but at least a kind of honest engagement with the solutions and an honest with with long and troubling histories of the lack of transparency on the part of the government basically alan he is. so that someone is that could solve this crisis in the heart i just want to get your thoughts on whether this crisis the current crisis that haiti is experiencing now is different from other crises the country has experience i mean as we've said it's not the 1st sign that haiti has gone to such turmoil but do you sense that it's different this time around and that there could be
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a game changer it does feel like a very different moment i mean i feel like we're not really unsure and most of the by talk to very unsure about where this is heading obviously there are earlier periods in the early 1990 s. or the 2000 when there has been significant political crises and demonstrations we are coming in a period where there's been now several change of presidents that have been that have gone through with elections complicated in trouble election but nevertheless elections and transfers of our that went through without a major violence as there had been in earlier earlier coups and so forth but i think the real question is how the youth movement in particular in the country and how that transfers into perhaps a political project that can be articulated at the level of the parliament and leadership and what the what the next steps need to be to make that a reality will will i think be the big question and determine whether there's a more positive direction or whether a more negative direction or let's put that question to me on bo in port au prince
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is about how do you feel these protests are making a difference have they made a difference since they began over a year ago and what is the plan of the youth movement where are they going to take this well the the haitian people are not grueling to another. what i say i like currently this is the economy is bankrupt the country is chaotic you have gangsters everywhere. we want change you want something new we want. like my colleagues leadership we and the problems really it's you have the oligarchs that they are so attached to their. interests economic interests and you have the international community was like looking at the opposition here doesn't really trust the opposition because they're really steamed their state
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their hands are staying in the corruption and the future guarding money and whatnot so it's even as the u.s. we don't we don't see the change but only thing that we and the reverse that you we have to engage are because. everybody nationwide even in the just for the no longer shows this government or the international community so haitians have come they have to come with their change they have to change their country for themselves and with their all know how how do you go about achieving that change that you're calling for bear i mean opposition politicians have been calling on young haitians to take to the streets is that really the solution because there's a risk that these young haitians will get killed how do you achieve change without violence. that's the thing that they're all the gorki the only way to go through them is to die violence i'm not saying that they have to go through violence i'm
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not i'm a pacifist except this is the only way unfortunately so me personally what i would say. so you get rid of the no you get rid of this parliament you get rid of everyone that if that's implicated in this. scandal and you do a transition that changes and we may when you win year 2 years 3 years you create a commission that's going to focus on the pitch will carry the trial that's very important to send an example once and for all you is more than lies the seed the state you invests in people that not mediocre or incompetent in india the probably got a ration you reinforce the justice system these are the these are the key elements because we cannot go through this before nor have a strong justice system and one of the other thing that's very important is the constitution the constitution is in favor of the parliament series so we have to change that there are the members of parliament so we have to change it sees that
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fortune in the concept yes let's ask about his thoughts on this. says you have to get rid of everyone in the car and then starting with have anomalies of course but he's indicated that he's not interested in leaving power right now how do you achieve that change at the youth in haiti economy for. i think the 1st thing is to say that that's where we are now to engage do you feel because the you've been so outside of politics or the challenges and that's weight here it's very important the social media in technology help us to connect to people in make information more accessible for all and end it because now we have a generation of people who are leading this country not. corrupt and they not didn't have any interest in the country so we have to make sure that we educate and
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we prepare eluded to reason of the leaders with conscious government as well national dialogue the government has called for a national dialogue s.m.l. wise not why is that not a good start because nobody trusts the government when you say you have a dialogue but people people know it's not choose not to censor dialogue so we have we facing the confidence crisis nobody trusts the president nobody to the government every time he calls for dialogue nobody responds because they know he's not sincere has been 2 years is giving so many broken promises and lies so they don't trust him they don't trust him. on the u.s. a sell supports today's of anomalies despite these growing protests against his government and against him how far do you see washington supporting him if these demonstrations continue. i mean i think that's one of the interesting things about
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this moment is that the disc the general disengagement or the are far less engagement from the united states for clear reasons i think we can understand just in terms of that the current administration and their focus and so forth has meant meant that there's a kind of very different context i think that there is a support for movies but the extent to which the u.s. is kind of playing a role as an arbiter in the way that they have for decades in many cases much more directly in the political context actually provides a certain kind of opening i mean i think the key is that you have a lot of people who are really engaged who really want to be engaged who just really would like to see positive change in the country and the key is how to get a feedback loop in place where. they find ways to engage politically that begins to bear fruit i think people understand that will take time but there really does need to be a different relationship between the political class who and and the kind of broader population and an articulation of sovereignty on the part of the people that that
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bears fruit obviously most of these key problems in the country can only be dealt with on a infrastructural level with state and vestments and that is the key and for a very long time for many reasons including the actions of the international community the focus on kind of humanitarian aid and n.g.o.s instead of on state can sort of strengthening all these things are kind of accumulated and i think there's been lots of mistakes to share all around by both inside and outside the country. the hope would be to figure out a way so that the ideas that you use have which i think you know are kind of key and this is a major populations is a very young country right this is the core of the population or younger people that's going to be really icky to find a the key to open up their political participation and move forward is a bad end in port au prince of anomalies was elected without much popular support in 2016 defying another election could solve the crisis and bring about a more representative government for haitians can't go through
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a another election. that's why we were pushing this transition we have to clean up a little more. international here and in our in our lives. who are here. ok let me ask you about the opposition in haiti opposition leaders. have pledged that there would be no peace until steps down and they have been telling the population dries up but i wonder though what alternatives are they offering. they do prison out there but that doesn't mean people chose them out either so when i talk about confidence crisis not not only nominally for the government but a lot of people don't chose the opposition leaders neither because most of them have been in power years ago 'd or couple of decay that didn't decay to go
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and it's not necessarily convincing tentative and that's why some people are not as a seriously. likely to really go for the present president a resignation but those same time i think it should be building should be building with with material from everywhere into little to nothing to get it because the constitution is not really clear about who we push it to do and then to achieve a great alternative but for me now it should be really really folks should be focused for and the national conference and the constitution movies and so does should be to do 2 men takes to do and after that to go to election like maybe after 3 years ok. i mean you've had the repressive regime of the devalues for 30
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years in haiti there was john back hire a seat of course he seems to be in a perpetual state of fragility what is a way out of these crises of current crisis and you mention the us being in the past and all the trades are. if not the us then who today. well i think the key is actually within haiti right and i think that at sea the best solutions will come from within the country and that in the past the interventions from outside have not helped in general what i think i think it's a book and in terms of historical context very important that we've returned also the constitution this is a constitution that was written and directly after the overthrow of that you say you regime it out of it as a central concern essentially containing the executive because it's a 30 year process of an end of an authoritarian executive and so it kind of recalibrated the relationship between the parliament and the executive and a lot of other things it's a constitution that had a lot of positive elements but as as people have mentioned there's also some
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confusion around it and it's not clear that the recalibration has totally worked so i actually think it will be very useful as everyone is suggesting to think about that constitution to think about the political structure in haiti and how it could be improved and i actually think that if that conversation unfolds people will have a sense that that's a very relatively concrete project that can be put into place so that the new political if there are new elections eventually those new political class will kind of work in a different way because the impasse is right now are certainly clear and they do have a connection to that constitutional question ok i really think the question right now is to think about the future collectively from within the country and to construct that future obviously that's a huge challenge let as much as isis an opening as it is a crisis it's also an opening and let me ask. whether he thinks that the solution has to come from within or whether intervention from outside at this stage is necessary to resolve this crisis in haiti once and for all. rice is the been
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profound but if we're talking specifically about richard pryor the trial i think it's a little bit of both you would have knew you would need to have a special court from the you know i'll be chair is from the north like in europe like switzerland. in norway finland and they were training people on the ground. for the pitch recovery but ultimately for the constitution the referendum emerging the political class we we are the youth we are the future we need to engage also like earlier my colleague was talking about that you go you can jean that was very bloody and and on our on our on earth and this. made us look the other way every time there was injustice and was going to so we were in we need to spend world standing as in unity in as were our family ok no
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because this this injustice system it's not helping us. let's leave it there unfortunately we have run out of time thank you so much gentlemen for a very interesting discussion thank you for being on the show today. and at a meal and thank you for watching you can always watch this program again any time by the setting our website at al-jazeera dot com for further discussion go to our facebook page at facebook dot com for slash a.j. inside story you can of course also join the conversation on twitter handle is at 18 stories for me turning back to one whole team thank you for watching and.
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every year 50000000 tons of electronic waste is thrown away the majority as anybody can be done in developing countries right now electronic waste is the most traded as of this with retracing the tech through the criminal organizations making big profits and asking why the. next is turning a blind eye. on the waste trail on al-jazeera. the centuries it was the remote this of brazil's indigenous communities the protected them from the rapacious outside world now it's what shields those who are encroaching on protected indigenous territory starting fires and threatening the residents of the county when i had the 1st contact with the outside world in 1978. catch eager to king her native language translated for us into portuguese remembers
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it well she says they brought diseases that decimated her community but that. we had a lot of land and we lived peacefully now we live with fear that are very few firsts the invaders are coming closer it's difficult to gauge why a place so remote so tranquil should not so so munch to the rest of the walls the indigenous people who live here have always realized that now is the smoke fills the skies and the ashes pollute the river the rest of the world is beginning to realize it too. i mean the top stories on al-jazeera the new york times says u.s. president donald trump asked the australian prime minister to help the justice department investigate the mulla inquiry which examined russian interference in the 2016 election was already facing impeachment inquiry over
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to to consult with the asuna but couldn't do it if you have to fuck no. here there were no other life l.a.'s on the hot. spot authentic and. real person who started this is the one in the book. you have a. list. with. well i'm. getting a man. bible so i sat and i lay out of action that.
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the doubt i had to smash. was. 6 that yeah. 7 there are 7 7. some political muscle. to come back to justice in their midst because the materials that i'm going to just avoid this dark alley this issue hish movie is not just that he's just but it was a dog coming out of hospital presumably he's just watching it and often enough is that because number boss book sometime about a month to month year to this why these places where the middle school is real. who
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the fuck just because you have to be able to see. as young as closely. love you. come of the heart. believe that it is a long model. to tap into the crystal ball if i don't believe you. so i could give him across a tad luster over so i've lost. if one can look into to god about a mask. had shoshone remembered. well but as you heard the interview. with circle of. the dog. the supermarket the. consideration with them. the level. of their shield.
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could be and i thought the dish should be a much. i wanted. this done a bit about us. not on him to the commission. and the lesson of some ultra. left and i think enough said my candidate is a. follows the color. of the. ground in the original. name good stuff.
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for. sure. no they are not. usually young. they're. wrong. things. which is what. they are. giving to the most popular.
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he has shot we'd. had a slightly. cumbersome and can learn never smoke as. official. be here this is one summer. initiate clefts when she was. in the nursery to me a. lot of those. were little but a joke. so i'm. sure one of the most talk about the other issues you have no. real killer. in the face with a good quote and it could hold. the somebody.
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had a hit man you know. and few months ago. i did. the body. for africa man and had them but then out of fun out of this thing i sit in her bottom up they all have to have a city and. we had the little man. and i lost the love though there i met the little. hubbard quote well you know the only. $1000000000.00. dollars in coffee and collision. in the last quarter of a she fission knowledge. doesn't go that i could feel foolish. but nick. who took of the same stock much. of. my. family were.
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given their quads in the cafe of mr. the moment. that's something that's. not definite than the sum of it that the sun the sun. if you want to go i could do so but i will be here sunday and i need you to put up the. book i'm not gonna buy you going. into this lead stuff going to think thank you but i think you are you want i got my editing at here good evening and. thank
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you but not what you. see but you know you say you know if we all of you need the money for the speed i know you're running late on something even more if you look i'm going to have them god thank god thank you. for.
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i think that a howitzer hammer. certain level. of. death for the dish
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so you've seen them in the lead. time to teach. me you. i am.
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sure. you know those are the things you have to tell you did little to perfection. there is a subtle killed among i'm sure yeah and. then she had to have the dummy in at the. moment i mean if you see her in the audience and if she juggles who i could come to thought about not like you suggest so used to having regular have gotten the chance . champagne at the caffeine or. children level and except i couldn't wish i could just all of. had the. all. up to
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me and then when i thought of them just. waffle. cherry getting to some of the shark it could little bit there. in the cage. heather little head a bit less to get a sap hey listen tell me how we know that also if we put more metaphysical the somehow as surely as elemental measure talk about. social care can only be those who do not are just selling with a multi just. oh well north dakota i'm over this in her can you see i'm sure some
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they are one of the catalyst you all should have done my luck and assured them through a little longer and i'm so if something works with them a combo of history a part of history as you say or. loire valley. to soften and don't. she don't see.
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our missing on tonight. could help but now. that i learned. then. they. could all. go home. minnesotan the mattachine. smash the deal. a little in the gadhafi shooting. this appeal in cinemas there's a. film be done here. lol i was the last i
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shot a better one. to make this about that but it does a little careless as. the acting you mean then there you were. in a sense a sundial in turn to be the whole family whole walk or i mean i've heard of a while yet but i'll cut you down in a. few seconds over. the last s.p. one heard him. or glimmer put out so that our i have ever gotten in her. or her better. unwind. how many of this is that are you. going to. be in his shoes at all when most will do.
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is it up this or that off. some of. that is with. the missing of in the. can walk you may be a. bit off. as she. of the. bat without saying but the theme of the cases. of the clearly going to study. is that. you claim you know patients and. why.
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that happened before. i look up how to. look like a little softened by the way. our our our our our own. the marrow of us i mean. really fierce where. the focal point for sure and so was that
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