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us. i'm del walters in new york. the news continues live from london, next. ♪ hello, i am lauren taylor, this is the news hour, coming up egypt's president promises to work with other countries to protect foreign tourists after the the plane crash. the prime minister says it is likely a bomb brought down the airliner. the absence of effective authority is manifesting itself in growing insecurities and criminal activity across many parts of the country.
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>> as he steps out to take a controversial new job. >> the siberian coastline, louisiana hit by rising sea levels and environmental instruction. >> in doha, plenty the same things that happen to valentino rossi's moto g.p. title hopes. details later. egypt's president says he is ready to work with what he described as all our friends to ensure the safety of foreign tourists. >> hundreds of people have been protesting nearby against president ceci's human rights record. it is more likely than not
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that a bomb was the cause of the crash, he says britain is worth more to egypt to restore normal flights as soon as possible. >> is to act many the right way, to keep british citizenning safe and security. and to put their security first. i act on the basis of intelligence, that i received, act on the basis of advice that i get. of course, i can not be sure, my experts can not be sure, that it was a terrorist bomb that brought down that russian plane. but if the intelligence is and the judgement is, that that is more likely than not, then it is right to act in the way i did. >> even after the crash there was a telephone call with his excellentsy. and we agreed on more coordination on checking the safety procedures. and i showed complete understanding of his concerns about the security of his people.
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and we responded immediately tohe demands and received a team at the airport, and i say here, that we are ready to cooperate with our friends and make sure that the security measures taken at the airport provide the safety needed for people to come to us. german air lined group has suspended flights as a me cautionary measure. relatives are saying goodbye to their offed ones as the first of many are held for the people onboard the airbus 8321. devoted mother and grandmother, in the first of the victims to be buried. as bathes increase the search area around the flight 968 came down, britain has revealed they have additional intelligence, indicating an isil affiliate could have been behind the disaster.
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the government held an emergency meeting discussed the information and how to get some 20,000 british holiday makers home safely. we cannot be certain that the russian airliner was brought down by a terrorist bomb, but it looks like that is the case. so i act on the intelligence. it is the right thing to do to suspend these flights so we can bring people home. remains pure speculation, and that anger is not being party to the information is palpable. >> it is surprising that it is not specialists or experts making the public statement about this, but the chief of a foreign affairs ministry and frankly, we are really shocked to find out that the british government has information which could shed light on what happened in midair in egypt.
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another new piece of information, members set broughting the plane crash, following the suspense of all british flights to and from the government has sent in a small military team. and ensuring everything that goes on to those planes is screened. >> not before the government is convinced that passengers will be safe. as the search continues for more remains from the disaster people are pinning their hopes on the data recorded from the black boxes, so may will answer the many questions of what happened in this final moment. i think it must have been, it would have been interesting to be a fly on the wall, when david cameron met president
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ceci, but i think you see that when they speak in public about it they are trying to play down divisions, they are so obvious, that maybe the israeli fooled by that, but i think that when the prime minister talks about the need to prioritize the safety of british citizens, that's really quite a difficult arguement to do inning about it. >> he talks about having seen the intelligence and that's what he based the decision on, do we expect that by now the egyptians will also have seen this evidence?
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that they wouldn't be part of, i imagine that the president would have asked for directly what with the basis was for the decision but i imagine that they would be elaborated more than he has done in public. it looks likely that sort of language, i think is -- probably a reflection of something that is a significant indication of that. otherwise i guess they wouldn't have done it. >> if it turn turn out to be an isil bomb, where does that put isil in terms of what they are trying to achieve, and does it change what with we expect of them and what they are capable of. >> i think it would do two things. it would turn as though they have the capability to do something quite sophisticated in the face of heavy security
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i think it would also be a very very serious message about the cost to rush it. the direct military intervention in the syrian crisis that's been going on for other a month, the threats you would expect were made if it does turn out to be a terrorist attack it's reasonable to assume that that would be in response to moscow's decision to interphone so clearly in that crisis russia is intervening in this crisis, so it does transpire, that this was a terrorist attack, it would be attributed to isis, i think that would be quite -- a very very heavy reminder of the cost of it and in the war. >> that may be about to
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change as it begans to expel thousands of seekers from south eastern europe, the government there says figures show in the first nine months more than 70,000 or a quarter of all asylum seekers came from syria, yet more people some 70,000 people came from kosovo. and many arrived in the same period as from afghanistan, reports from berlin. as the germans call sit well established communities have been long at it they have been joined from the balkin countries and it is they that are subject to hard choices by the german government.
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>> al banian, say the new asylum law has left their community trying to work out whether a hostile germany is actually any better than a life in poverty where they came from. >> on the one hand, they see that he is a much better life. they have security, they have hospitals, doctors the all of these things. on the other side, the field is home sickness, and of course the kind of strangers. the numbers suggest that even more made the journey this year, than syrians and the german opinion is hardened against the numbers here. the number has grown that they have used the syrian crisis as a trojan horse, to come into germany on a false claim. the new laws here serve more than one person for a start,
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they help keep the coalition together, which believes that german is becoming a soft touch for anybody who wants to comer hoo. but merkel can also argue that getting rids of tens of thousands of people can free up money and space for tens of thousands of desperate refugees. from syria. the removals are already beginning, police arriving in apartment blocks to explain macedonians, serbs al banians bosnians, that they have to go. it is a big job, and the immigration authorities don't have enough resourcesources to expel all of these people, but there are trained police talking to them, hoping they will volunteer to leaf. we off them money to return home. yet the claim that all the countries are safe, since they are not war zones isn't shared by human rights grouped who say some in particular many are at great risk if they are forced to return.
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i would not say it would fall under the geneva convention, what we have is the situation when they go back tokos have, it is a situation which would not allow them to have a life with dignity. >> still, the bold fact is that nearly 200,000 people from the balkins will be removed under this scheme. however desperate the situation at home, whether they think themselves worthy of asylum, their failed cases are collateral damage that the syrian war. lawrence lee, al jazeera berlin. >> on the greek island where many new refugees arriving every day, so what situation is like there now? >> the situation is dire. here there is a ferry worker strike going on, which means there's a backlog of refugees even here, the refugees who have gotten permission to go on they can't do so, every aid worker that we have
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spoken with in the past three days has said that nobody had expected this crisis as far as the crossings would go on this long, because the weather has been worsening and i can tell you even though the weather has been better the sea has been calmer, the temperature has been a bit warmer, the fact is these crossings are still heroing. and it only seems to be getting worse. cheh independent as many as 600,000 refugees to cross from turkey into greece, over the course of the next four months. they are desperate to get more funding just to be able to provide the most basic needs of these refugees that are here right now. >> he went to the first
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refugee camp accomplished he went there to plead with the european union to provide more aid for greece, and the aid workers here to try to help the refugees, but the fact of the matter is, they are still desperately lacking in aid. more and more people are coming in, now they can't even get off to try to go to@thens so many of the refugees we have been speaking with, they just don't know what to do. they thought this would be the entry point that they would be able to cross over, and end up in germany, now they can't even get off,s in a small island the logistics are difficult, they have stopped taking them to the docks and that's only exacerbating the situation. and now according to all the aid workers and all the agencies we have been speaking with it is only
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getting worse. >> the senior communications officer he joins me now, so it seems that the sailing system is getting extended further than people would have expected in previous years what with is the u.n. planning for winter months in. >> we are desperately, trying to respond to this situation. we need to provide close to the refugee school are arriving as we heard, increasingly in numbers into greece. we need to's late how great and improved the buildings that are being used now, we immediate to provide heated pens and other emergency shelter. and we need to provide transport for those that are not able to walk, and let's not forget that temperatures in northern greece and in the balkins can fall below freezing in the winter. winter can be very harsh in
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this part of the world. >> what is the situation with regards to funding. your appealing for more money, has it not been coming through? >> we have made an initial fund and so far we have received only 23% of that money. that money is need to respond to this situation, to provide blankets with clothes hot meets transport, is there any way to say that's how it out
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to be done. >> yes we think a lot can be done, and this situation is critical because it has not been handled in the a coordinated way. countries are not working together, they are beginning to do so but we want to see more cooperation between the different countries. countries such as greece, and italy, are urgently in need of help. the responsibility of looking after so many has to be shared among e.u. countries, greece, and italy, and other small countries are not in a position and even large countries are not in a position to deal with this situation on their own. >> syrian refugee whose are at the moment in turkey, and jordan, and lebanon, this country also needs help, so that they can continue to provide assistance and protection to the 4 million syrian refugees who are.
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>> thank you very much indeed for joining us. >> a lot more to come on al jazeera, including. frees in pakistan as rescue workers continue to search through the rebel of a collapsed factory for survivors. >> caught wrap fighting and famine, we reported on a starving yemen stuck in aid groups that they can't reach. >> and the world anti-doping agency is set to publish evidence of widespread drug use in russian athletics as the fall out from the arrest of the sports former boxing continues. now the u.n. chief negotiator is set to step down and take a job with the gulf country which supports one of the rival governments. to work for the united arab emerita which is supported the u.n. backed government based in that brook. to take over as head of the
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u.a.e. diplomacy academy. it has brought a furious response which has asked them to investigate. the absence of effective authority is manifesting itself in growing insecurity the criminality across many parts of the country. the growing influence of terrorists and other groups is posing a threat, to the very authority of the libyan state. the cruelty and barbarity witnesses in the areas under their control, and omen yet to come unless there is a united action to contain and eliminate this growing threat. >> well with the u.n. secretary general says bernadine has been criticized
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by both sides of the power struggle. says leon's work speaks for itself. >> the mediator in libya, speaks for itself, and as we said yesterday, the secretary general very much stacked in for the dedicated work he has done. >> rescue teams are searching through the rubble of a collapsed factory, with 150 people thought to be still inside. at least 21 people died in wednesday's incident, it is not clear what caused the buildings collapse, there was structural damage due to an earthquake last week. al jazeera sent this update. >> nor a second night, they are trying desperately to dig corridors with gaping holes to try to reach under the
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rubble, of the large factoried building that you can see behind me. it is now the second night and the attempts are being made to cut through the concrete and steel in order to reach possible survivors who may be in pockets of air under the rubble. this industrial state known as the southern industrial state is situated about 30-kilometers south of the city. this is also the industrial hub of the province, importantly, people are saying that the building collapsed because of poor construction. and despite the fact that they were warning about the poor quality of construction, the owner decided to add yet another floor to this building. but right now, you can see it is proving to be a very difficult task. they don't have the experience to deal with this kind of emergency, despite the fact that there has been a deadly earthquake in 2005.
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as time goes by, hope is fading for others trapped beneath the rubble. >> u.n. food agency is warning that it hasn't been able for five weeks more than 3 million people on the brink of famine, intense fighting. >> . >> these positions in the mountain. keep awhy houthis rebels coming in from france. >> in the district inside.
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an important area that links to the southern port city which is a strong hold for progovernment forces where the administration of the president hattie has been operating. if houthis and militias take control of this area. >> and roadblocks set up by all sides for five weeks the program hasn't been able to reach these, which means tens of thousands of people are without essential supplies. >> they are beyond our reach.
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and we have two government aids and emergency and security levels it means that the government of hungary, and we haven't gotten aid for the last few weeks. doesens have been wounded in neighbors thai as well, many civilians including children have been killed and injured. people say rebels and forced. and medical supplies are also running out. >> it was already hard to bring humanitarian aid to this terrain. once the fighting starts the damage and roads will make it even hard tore provide help. >> al jazeera. >> mine people killed near the syrian border, four others were wounded in the attack, which happened jut side a meeting of religious scholars. which helps refugees the
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state run national news agency says those killed include the head of the group. >> in families in hebron has become even harder during the current unrest, palestinians force today live right next to settlers say they are being forced to have physical searchers every time they leaf home. >> the children are excited to have new visitors. that their father struggled to hide emotions.
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this is not alive, we are not living people can't visit us since the area has been declare add closed military zone, and lately we aren't allowed to go in and out through the streets unless they check a list that we are on. we have become merely numbers. outside a microcosm of this network, have forced to live side by side with israeli settlers all under the watchful eye of soldiers. it's always been tense, but with the recent violence thicks have become worse. >> on their door, now palestinians can only walk a few more meters down this street. there's an army check point and beyond that only settlers are allowed. >> . >> but unlike palestinians the settlers are allowed to go anywhere. this is the roof of the house lost thursday, the voice you hear is mufed, he is yelling
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for the army, says settlers are on his roof, there is not much he can do against men hold machine guns. later that same day, a settler street party right outside their door under the protex of israeli soldiers. it is an example that palestinians complain about all the time, and they say nothing changed and no one seems to care. >> there isn't one person in this house that hasn't been attacked by settlers or the army, whether it's me, my brother, our wifes or our children. not one hasn't been attacked. >> it's why this city and anyone in it is always on edge. my hope is to live until tomorrow that my children will live until tomorrow that's it. i don't know what will happen the day after tomorrow, we only think in spans of 12 to 24 hours we don't think more than that. >> in a quiet moment, the smiles are gone. our team their new visitors
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will soon be gone too. our interview is other. but they will stay here, he says you don't become used to it just because you live it every day. stephanie decker, all al jazeera, in the occupied west bank. still ahead, insists she will hold the real power if her party wins sunday's polls. rome tries 26 accused of rigging lucrative public contracts for years. and in sport, pakistan has ended in a spin, on their final day of the third test.
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>> you're the first one on the scene. suicides, homicides, the roof is crushing into somebody's chest. >> what is the number one cause of death for police officers? >> suicide. stories here.f the top egypt's president says he is ready to work with what he described as all our end froms to ensure the safety of foreign tourists. he has been meeting with british prime minister in london. >> the united nations refugee
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agency expects 5,000 people to make daily crossings from turkey to greece, over the winter months. the u.n. chief negotiation has been criticized for taking a job with the united arab emeritas the country that supports the u.n. backed government in that brook. at least 50 civilians and isil fight pers have reportedly been killed by russian war planes that bombed a popular market at the center of eastern syria. a number of people were injured, the town on the border with iraq has been under control since last summer. the syrian government says it has taken control of a strategic highway in the divided city. the rout allows it to supply it's forces based in the western part of the city. it is cut off by fighters last month. there have been weeks of fighting the government along with it's allies pushed into this region. al jazeera is in beirut in the neighboring remember monoand reports now on the battle for syria.
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this is just one bat until a war that is focusing on the highways. the opposition has advanced in the country side. faking control, a town on the main road in the west of the country. there has been weeks of fighting since the government many syria, along with it's allied pushed into this region, they have been backed by russian air strikes with uh the rebels have managed to take background in this region. more rack is north of the controlled city, it is close to a main highway that runs through syria's major cities. the government wants to take full control of the country side to be able to protect strong holds and push further north. the regime pushed into northern hamas, and southern to regain the highways. they need land routs they cannot air drop supplies to their fors. be uh the opposition has now turned the tables and took the road, the government is in a difficult position now. >> but it has regained ground on another front, it's forces
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have recaptures an important supply rout. when isil captures the road over a week ago, it was seen as a set back for the government. this road is a lifeline for the military and the people who live in western controlled districts in the divided city of aleppo. but the main highway between aleppo and the capitol further south, has been blocked by the opposition for years. >> this new battle is about securing highways. it always has been, the army has had man power problems. even with the support of allies like lebanon movement, it has had to choose battles. two goal of the government and the supporters no uh is to secure movement between the cities and maintain control of what it calls territories. this also has political goals each side is hoping to change the balance of power. and while tactical gains have been made, since the start of the recent military campaign, neither side has achieve add strategic win.
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al jazeera, beirut. she will hold true power above the president if he party triumphs in sunday's election. the 076 leader is constitution nally barred from running for the top job herself. it shows the interests in the upcoming election. at home, and abroad. it is being hailed as a test of the transition to democracy. but all is cautioned against too much optimism. >> .
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>> the upcoming moll too is not without it's problems. opposition party, the the national lead for democracy, says it is concerned about errors in the voter list, and in how advance voting overseas had been carried out. >> in some parts of the country fighting between groups and the military will prevent many from voting in recentlies thousands of people have been displaced the election commission has said that polling will not take place in seven townships. and in as many as 600 villages around the country. it is disappointing, who is planning to run as a
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candidate for party representing the minority. >> it makes people leave their voting rights and also the ethnic candidates have lost their chance to represent the people. >> and in the western state, hundreds of thousands of muslims an ethnic group does not recognize will not be allowed to vote. they have been rendered stateless and struck from the elick story role amido sentiment in the country. some are -- al jazeera. >> from rome.
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rome is on trial,s is this the capitol of the underworld. tactics so similar to the syndicates that the investigation was rebranded capitol mafia. it shows consistent -- >> it is a classic method, in rome members of the criminal gang manage to condition local politician they corrupted the local administration to win public service contracts and if someone didn't cooperate may use violence. >> a convicted criminal nicknames the pirate. >> in 1981, his alleged
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accomplices are accused of safe uponning off millions of dollars supposed to pay for cleaning and garbage collection, leaving the city with substandard or nonexistence public services. >> on thursday, the lawyers of the defendants did not deny claims of corruption, but said they shouldn't be tried as mafia mobsters. having to pay public servants in exchange for favors. >> rome is in desperate need of solid leadership. the former mayor is under investigation over his role in the scandal.
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the new major was recently forced to resign over a relatively minor expensive scandal, even though he handed over the proof of years of corruption in the cities add min vagues to the they ares. much more to come after the break, including the japanese chapel of love that has made it to the final of this year's world architecture festival awards. facing up to five years in prison details are coming up.
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hello, again, ivory coast is one of africa's fastest growing economies. the number of children forced to work has doubled. >> this golden mound is a small part of one of ivory coast's biggest industries, cocoa. the west african country is the largest producer of the key ingredient in chocolate. children watch their mothers loosen while they are clinging to the beans but increasingly children are working too. >> on this -- if the government can put more money
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into it, then i would say trust god. >> in the last two years the government spent $40 million fighting child labor. chocolate makers have promised to combat in the supply chain but it isn't wrongerring. sense the fighting that erupted. more and more children are being forced to work on these farms. other the past five years the number of child laborers has more than doubles to 1.6 million. this is a safe house for children working on farms and on the street, now they kept busy with art. with conflict and poverty made them especially vulnerable, the list was kidnapped by a stranger but he was brought here by a relative.
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>> so it is about -- in order to let the people mow the danger. >>en fortunately, if that doesn't work there's little to start parents from selling or sending their children out to work again. the law is really enforced and the border is porous. a bad combination, for children at risk. up a in the ivory coast. >> nato leaders for more than 160 recognized tribes.
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it comes as some are demanding better protection. as well as against rising sea levels. reports from louisiana. >> the women of the nation are recreating their 19 century migration from the lands they reached big marsh just outside new orleans. >> the consistency we have had what do you think they wanted for us, what kind of ancestors do we want, and what do we want for our children. >> finding refugees in the bayou of coastal louisiana, this marsh land cut off from the united states, at least it was until oil and gas was discovered in the 1930s. canals were built, and pipelines layed. erosion already underway, gathers pace, for salty ocean water of the gulf was able to innone date the fresh water wetlands that have acted as a
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natural flood barrier for 6,000 years. the energy industry accepts the responsible for 36% of the wet lanes erosion, between 1932 and 1990. the department of the interior says oil and gas companies are responsible for up to 59% of coastal land loss. it is from the air that the instruction is most visible. still visible but no longer necessary. >> if you look out the window, you will see this is all water now. however, on the map, it is still shows we should be flying over a land mass. >> they are now spread thinly experiencing the highest sea level rise on the planet, every hour an area the size of a football field is lost. there is now only water. already towns experience regular flooding. >> the water was over the highway. the main highway coming in. not a real hurricane. >> not a real hurricane, and
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that's the scary part. >> lawsuits are being fought. compensation is being sought for the damage that's been caused. but many of the tribes will see no help, because they are not federally recognized. as far as the courts and energy industry are concerned they have no standing. no one from the oil and gas industry accepted our request for an interview. but the leadership is clear, the industry provides essential employment for the tribe but lessons have been learned. for the communities they are going into, hold them responsible for what they do. we just opened up the land and said do what you will. >> now, we are here. and now we are being pushed away again. >> there's no consolation as to why they have to move too, i guess. >> well, honestly, once these areas are deemed unsuitable for us to stay here, what is going to happen? you have the rich coming in building camps. to stay here on the weekend
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once again it is seemed the nation will be forced to leave. >> sport now with robin. >> the g.p. first and the hopes of an eight top level world it to velocity taken a huge hit, the court of arbitration for sport upheld the punishment for kicking during the malaysian grand prix, now the incident took place with 14 laps to go in the race last month, number 46, he appeared to kick out the resulting in the spanish world champion clashing out he finishes third in the race, be uh the officials handed in three penalty point which is means he will have to start at the back of the grid. he leads the yamaha teammate by 7 points. already it is difficult it was difficult in the a way, but starting from last make the race a lot more harder.
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and under a lot of point of view. >> star french footballer facing up to five years in prison after become charged with a member of serious offenses. french police have charged pim with comparety to blackmail and participating in a criminal group. it is part of an investigation in an extortion event. spent the night in police custody but has been freed pending further investigation. real madrid players not allows to see him which could effect france's preparations for next year's champions. >> kareem has nothing to hide, it is astounding to read what is in the press. he proclaims his innocence. he sup effor supports with alls heart. he took no part, no part in the blackmail or blackmail of teams. he will show he acted in good faith, and i hope this will be seen as soon as possible.
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and it comes just a few days before the world anti-doping agency, and reported to claims of widespread drug use, now last year they are shown in german television, unless there was a program of systematic doping in russia. on wednesday, will reveal the former head of world athletics, have been arrested by french police, the x. a.f.f. president is accused of accepting bribes from russian officials to cover up positive doping tests. in the world number one, has extended the unbeaten run to 19 wins now, theserrian through to the quarter finals of the masters after a strait set win of a frenchman. also extends his tour record in 2015 to 75 wins, just four losses the second seat has also been to the quarter finals.
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they will meet again later. can displayed in the countries armed forces now the teams could be forced to return as they report. >> they are calling it paid patriotism. the years displayed like this have been common place at sports events. armed services honored by the flags performing the national anthem, and being applauded by fans. turned out, it came at a price. >> unfortunately, we -- thanks to in depth investigations a lot of that patriot similar paid for. in fact, as much as $6.8 million that we saw the department of defense spend on sports marketing contracts
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since 2012. they obviously should not be doing this. >> a report released on wednesday revealed the demonstrations would taxpayer funded. a multimillion dollars program intended to promote the armed services and boost reutement. as many as 72 contracts were in the place with the 50 prosports teams. the payments totaling $9.1 million involved the country's biggest competitions. the nfl nba, national hockey league, and major league baseball.
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that help the veterans the future displays will have to be free. al jazeera. >> a quick bit of cricket before i go, pakistan has claimed their test series 2-nil in the united arab emirates. leaving 238 turns for victory, pakistan ripping through the line-up, the tourists all out for 136, just 40 minutes into the open oing session. pakistan the winners here. they dominated new zealand on day one of their first test. posting his first sanctuary for the areas. some news just coming in the outgoing special envoy for
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libya has defended his new job. he will take up a role with the united arab emirates which supports the u.n. backed government, the equipment has been criticized by the rival general national congress, based in tripoli. speaking at the u.n. he ink cysted he has followed the rules. >> i prepared the way out. you may say look at the optics is not nice. maybe this is the right answer, but what is important is you know six months ago, eight months ago, when i didn't have any results of my work, you can say this guy is biased. this guy will support one side or will support the other side.
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h this agreement and in the government that you consider it's more inclined or it reflects a nonnatural position of the united nations. the ribbon chapel in japan, has been named as a finalist. designed the wedle chapel and has been speaking to us about it. >> the idea is not to create an object with a strong statement that overwhelms the environment. that's why there's an idea of an observe story and a chapel. i imagined how uh to go up there i thought about the idea of spiral stairways.
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two individuals trajectories of life composed the architecture. a spiral is on steady by itself. but when it is fixed to another spiraling in the opposite correction at four different points it allows the structure to resist the side ways pressure as well as gravity. there are various architecture in the world using spirals but i think we are the first to make a free standing structure in this way. the stairways walls. by intertwining the stairways they perform unconventional roles and weeing is seeded in creating a pure form of architecture using stairways. as they climb the stairs i would like the coup toll reflect on their lives. being born into this world, parents raising them. and as you walk around, you will encounter and pass by your partner.
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two separate walks of life coming to one at the summit. connecting into one stream. >> the concept behind sit to design the path way of experience, and i think that is one of the characteristics of japanese architecture. that d.n.a. runs through me too. and i wanted to reflect it in my work. i think the couples path ways of life and in the design becoming linked in the chapel. the sunlight is beautiful as the sunset it turns into the color of orange, and i think these molts are particularly spectacular, it is exquisite when the sunsets behind the single tree and the light parenties the chapel. when you do there the bright energy fills you and it makes you feel as though you are 11 stating. >> that's it for me with this news hour, back with more news in just a minute, bye for now.
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