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history. but he room a legend or simply a human being. was neil armstrong. was his destiny starts july 20th on t.w. . the united states has released new photos it claims show iranian forces were involved in attacks on 2 oil tankers last week the photos reportedly were taken by a u.s. helicopter in the region iran has the 90 allegations as tensions continue to mount the pentagon has announced it will deploy a 1000 new troops to the region. egypt's former president mohamed morsy has died morsi reportedly collapsed during a court session in cairo and was rushed to the hospital where he later passed away
he was a key figure in egypt's muslim brotherhood and the 1st democratically elected president in the country's modern history morsy had been jailed since 2013. at least 12 migrants have drowned after their boat sank off the coast of turkey officials say that the boat capsized in the gnc near the greek island of coast 31 other migrants were pulled the line from the water it's not yet clear just what caused the vessel to sink. police in germany have arrested a man in connection with the murder of a politician who supported uncle america's open door migration stance during the 2015 refugee crisis german media is reporting that the man has links to right wing stream ists. look it was strong for a gunshot wound to the head in his garden in council in central germany 2 weeks ago .
this is africa coming up in the next 15 minutes it's forcing people to migrate cost in economic growth and excessive facing conflicts there are warnings today about the grace at which 1st hand is turning to all over the world a phenomenon known as the desertification will look at the solutions being implemented in africa. and will meet the woman pulling no punches when it comes to empowering young girls but why is she teaching them to fight. to grow how knowing that leg of their woman they will power they have a say and they can motivate others they could be the leaders of tomorrow. i am christine wonder welcome to africa i'm glad you choose.