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a day of protest turns to bloodshed at least seventeen palestinians are shot dead with more than one thousand injured by israeli troops on the gaza border. this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up turkey's president tells his french counterpart to back off rejecting emanuel offer to mediate with kurdish forces in syria. officer blaine salamone has been terminated from the baton rouge police department to take action against the police officers involved in yet another fatal shooting of a black man which sparked nationwide protests across the u.s. plus. your love. your love means more than anything to marry. or no not be anything without you. a tearful apology from a son vice captain of
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a stranger's disgrace cricket team for his role in a cheating scot. u.n. secretary general antonio good tara she has called for an independent probe into the deaths of at least seventeen palestinians shot by israeli forces in gaza more than a thousand unarmed protesters were injured by israeli gunfire in a moment we'll have the latest from the un where the security council has been meeting to discuss the deaths with first abdulhamid reports on the day's events in gaza. it was supposed to be a peaceful day but as an armed protested march towards the border fence. israeli soldiers opened fire. sharpshooters were deployed but palestinians frustrated by the endless siege to live under undeterred. israeli commanders say
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they issued warnings against approaching the border fence. we will never shoot one bullet against anyone who stays away from the security wall we have wanted to join the last few days that everyone who tries to violate the israeli sovereignty or to infiltrate the israeli territories will put himself and his life in danger but for besieged palestinian they mistreating next to the border is about the only visible means available for the world not to forget their plight we live under immense pressure that is why the people explode the blockade and the siege led to the explosion we either choose to live properly or to die we have no space we have no alternatives but to explode we have nothing except the oxygen and the air. land is considered the first palestinian popular uprising for the past forty two years palestinians have been commemorating this day but this year after trumps the collaboration over jerusalem it has taken greater significance it all started here
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in the world in israel after thousands of hectares of land were confiscated from palestinians back in one nine hundred seventy six six palestinians were killed then yet of a hammy says nothing has changed since palestinian land is still being taken away now more than ever enemies in here we came to commemorate this day because we have to confront the state it's important to remember our martyrs and it's important to save our ownership of the land i personally think we should resist until our last breath we shouldn't negotiate anymore we shouldn't give up our rights we need to find new ways many of the people living in gaza today are refugees and they're demanding their right to return home several tens have been erected a little further away from the border fence for what is being called the great march of return people are vowing to stay here until may fifteenth by dead do us is you to have moved this embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem put up that hamid
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al-jazeera in the road in israel. well our diplomatic editor james bays reports on reaction from the un security council. this meeting was hastily convened on an official u.n. holiday it was called for by the arab member of the security council kuwait because its ambassador told me of the scale of the bloodshed. this is a violation of the international him to the law as occupying power also they are by awaiting the. geishas in accordance to geneva convention what should the council do now we will ask the council to take action originally this was supposed to be a closed meeting behind the scenes the u.s. was blocking a council statement condemning israel and so kuwait threatened to call an open meeting the u.s. being represented by a mid-level diplomat rather than its ambassador nikki haley didn't back down those
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involved to take steps to lower tensions and reduce the risk of new clashes bad actors who use protests as a cover to incite violence and danger and sent by us the palestinian ambassador was very clear about his government's view of what happened on the gaza border those who brought the violence and the killing of the israeli on forces our people in the gaza strip raising not a banner of faction but the palestinian flag demonstrate it peacefully peacefully peacefully and they were attacked by the israeli armed forces it's a massacre by them the u.n. secretary general antonio terraces issued a statement calling for a transparent and independent investigation into what happened on the gaza border the un security council however can't even agree a statement with the u.s. as it's done so many times before taking one side that of israel james. or the united nations. churches president has rejected france's offer to mediate between
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ankara and kurdish armed groups in syria dismissing emanuel out of his death comes a day after u.s. president donald trump contradicted his own defense chiefs by saying that u.s. troops would pull out of syria very soon stephanie. the americans have long had a presence in this part of northern syria supporting the syrian democratic forces arrest in the fight against eisel but turkey views the kurdish y p g which makes up the bulk of the s.d.f. as a terrorist organization and in the latest twist french president met with an s.d.s. delegation on thursday night in paris an offer to mediate which isn't going down well in ankara but there's the. micron says that he gave guarantee of support to the y p g that france can be mediators between turkey and the s.d.f. who gave you this juji do not engage in things beyond. turkish armed forces have
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already taking the troll of much of the syrian problems about free in pushing out the y.p. everyone has long threatened to push further east on to members where the us has military bases and all the way to the iraqi border the americans have also been monitoring the potential front line between kurdish fighters and the turkish backed syrian rebels who are nearby and to complicate matters even further the u.s. commander in chief had this to say and by the way we're not going the hell out of isis will become another syria like very soon let the other people take care of it now very soon very soon we're coming now. that boast goes against what american commanders have been saying all along that the u.s. will remain in the northeastern part of syria for now to prevent the resurgence of beisel trump port even the state department of guard i can't comment on what the president supposedly said i haven't seen and i have to refer you back to the white house. i have not seen it myself and said it i have not seen that myself ok. you don't necessarily comment or report on things that have been. heard second hand and
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i'm not going to do that that's ok that's fine so you're not aware of any policy determination to poor to pull the us out of i am not know the us presence in syria gives it a stake at the negotiating table as long as troops men tain their presence in the kurdish areas the war in syria is now entering a phase where russia turkey and iran are in the process of bartering for their strategic interests. the kurdish y p g currently controls around twenty percent of territory in syria the second highest area of land up to president bashar al assad and his forces turkey wants that to change it's anyone's guess how it will play out stephanie decker al-jazeera. a syrian rebel group has denied reports it's agreed to evacuate the last opposition held on plate at least until to both russia and the syrian government say they've reached a deal with. to leave the town of duma but representatives of the group say the reports falls on wednesday syria's government issued a three day ultimatum to get out or face an all out offensive. as more from beirut
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. another example of just how complicated things remain on the ground in syria the russian military has stated that it reached a deal with a rebel group jaish an islam and the judicial islam had announced its intention to evacuate. which the rebel group is still holding and that they would seize control of that area but a short while after that she issued islam in fact denied those reports saying any reports stating that their group had in fact reached a deal with either the syrian government syrian pro-government forces or the russian government were patently false we spoke with the spokesperson for islam by it up he said this our position is still clear and steadfast the rejection of force displacement and the demographic change of the rest of now this really isn't
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a change from what we've heard from the past several days while they are negotiating to try to reach a deal with the syrian government and the russian government they do not want their fighters to have to evacuate the area this is all coming at a time when there's a lot of concern of course about the humanitarian impact of what is going on it's still unclear just how many civilians may be trapped in duma how they will be able to get help and of course this comes at a time when there was another deadline given there was a deadline given by the syrian government the russian government saying that if jesuits now and did not come to some sort of an agreement with them by saturday evening that they would go ahead and go into that area and attack that area with full force. a white police officer in the u.s. state of louisiana has been fired for the killing of african-american alton standing another policeman has been suspended for three days thirty seven year old sterling was held down by the two officers and shot dead in the city of baton rouge and twenty sixteen michaela reports from washington d.c. . the current recruit. the baton rouge police have finally
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released the body camera footage of the killing out on sterling was selling c.d.'s outside a convenience store when the two officers arrived on the scene a struggle broke out and six shots were fired earlier this week the louisiana attorney general announced no criminal charges will be brought against the two officers but after an internal investigation the better on rouge police department has announced disciplinary steps one officer tempted to use deescalation india's disengagement techniques consistent with policy and procedures in training and one officer did not follow the tactics training. professionalism and organizational standards simple the officer who wrestled sterling to the ground how we lake has been suspended for three days but his partner blake's alimony who fired the shots
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that killed the thirty seven year old has been fired from the police and this reaction from the attorneys of elton sterling's family. today was a troubling day. goes and day. but it was a day for truth. truth that we don't really see too often. it may have come in the form of a horrific incident. but it was a day for truth the killing back in july two thousand and sixteen led to massive nationwide protests and galvanized the black lives met and movement and to the tens of thousands who took to the streets the disciplinary process may be seen as too little too late the question to why the police found the officer who fired the shots culpable but the state's attorney general did not mike hanna al-jazeera
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washington time for short break or not as they are out when we come back. you want to save innocent lives take the millions of dollars go into this carnival of a march and hire on guards in schools all over this country america's largest gun lobby goes on the attack against the florida students to adapt to this part of their classmates were killed in the shooting plus law used to celebrations of taking on a special significance families caught up in the philippines war on drugs more in the state. how it was there were some rather lively weather in africa asked for north america they say there were clouds and rain and on the northern flank snow now in the process of pulling away see these areas of low pressure right up the eastern seaboard that will ease our sense of the bright skies to come in behind but really
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it's just making way for the next system so some wintry weather there pushing into one teria coming down across the lakes into the central plains sinking a little further south which as we go through sunday some heavier rain coming in here but for the phos up the east doesn't see bad at all twenty four celsius in atlanta notice some snow rolling off the rockies as we go on into sunday further west is generally fine and dry thirteen celsius in seattle one teen there for san francisco no great shakes seventy celsius in l.a. some clouds rolling in so a little on the cool side meanwhile there will be some places a cloud into the caribbean but for many to be fine and dry lots of tropical sunshine coming through generally set fair than this you can see for the most part a little more cloud over towards the window dollars leave it all is that it too badly says we go on through sassed a few showers there to southern parts of mexico for time but by and large way more sunshine than showers as we go on into sunday we might even see the creeping towards jamaica.
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in twenty sixteen when he's revealed big girls from some as young as fifteen were trafficked to singapore to work is mean it's illegal and costing lives so why does it still continue in law abiding singapore want to win east on al-jazeera i mean this is different not saying whether someone is going for someone's favorite. thing it's how you approach an official and i think it is a certain way of doing it you can't just inject a story in fly out. welcome back a quick reminder of our top stories this hour the u.n.
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secretary general has called for an independent investigation into the killing of at least seventeen palestinians by israeli forces in gaza more than a thousand on demonstrators were injured by israeli gunfire during the day protests such as president has rejected a french initiative to mediate between turkish and kurdish forces in syria french president emanuel macrame the offer of a meeting with a kurdish delegation on thursday. and a white police officer in the u.s. state of louisiana has been sacked over the killing of us going to america alton sterling another policeman has been suspended but a seven year old sterling was held down by the two officers and shot the city of baton rouge in twenty sixteen. now russia is throwing out diplomats from twenty three countries as the dispute over the poisoning of a former spy in britain grows basters were summoned to the foreign ministry in moscow to be told of the decision the moves in retaliation for a series of explosions of russian diplomats by the u.k. and its allies london accuses the kremlin of being behind the nerve agent attack on
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sergei script and his daughter on march the fourth were a chance has the latest from moscow. well one after another black ambassadorial cars have been pulling up here outside the rather ornate silver gray doors of the russian foreign ministry and the ambassadors have been walking into essentially get a dressing down from the foreign ministry staff air and be told how many of their personnel has to be packing their bags to leave from what we've seen so far it seems to be broadly tit for tat in line numbers wise with the explosions that we have heard from western countries kicking out russians over the script all of the british ambassador was told that the total number of u.k. personnel here diplomatic and consular paster eventually match by the end of the month the number of russian stuff in the u.k.
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this is on top of the twenty three brits that had to pack their bags and leave some days ago that was of course because the u.k. had kicked out twenty three russians what we're seeing here is this worsening of diplomatic relations tit for tat response it's the catalyst has been the script all affair but of course there is so much else behind all this much that's gone on over the last few years with the camp of russian campaign in syria with what's been going on in crimea and ukraine that has worsened relations between the west and russia of course blair putin and donald trump are both saying that there is room so walk back from this of course they have to say that they don't want to go marching off to war but yes we are in a severe diplomatic crisis of the moment and it doesn't seem to be getting any better right now. some of the students who survived a school shooting in the u.s. are hitting back at criticism of the stand they've taken on gun control they've been powerful voices in protest since last month's attack in florida and that's
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made them a target for the national rifle association as well as conservative media outlets reports. first they survived one of the worst school shootings in history and. then a week ago they organized march for our lives i the student led demonstration in washington calling for stronger gun control if you listen real close you can hear the people in power shaking now they are facing another attack this one coming from america's powerful gun lobby and its supporters who are trying to discredit them the national rifle association by far the most powerful gun lobby in the us put out this video that mocked the shooting survivors who want to save innocent lives take the millions of dollars going to this carnival of a march and hire armed guards in schools all over this country but then these kids would have to shriek from the spotlight and go back to their homework eighteen year
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old emma gonzales and seventeen year old david hallberg two of the most vocal survivors of the parklane shooting who have become the face of the gun control movement and i've also taken the most cruel and false smears against them this memo of gonzalez ripping up the constitution that protects the right to bear arms went viral online by pro-gun groups it was meant to portray gonzales as an anti america leftists the only problem it is fake and was taken from this real image of gonzales ripping up a shooting target and outrage after laura ingram a conservative host on fox news made fun of hog tweeting david hog rejected by four colleges to achieve applied the message read in part ingram later apologized as for the students they're now responding hitting back at their critics were hurts them the most their wallets. if you got me or my friends we're going to go out to you
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because we're limits for is that we're going to go after the money because that's where the. several well known companies on ingram's t.v. program have pulled their advertisements. it's a win for teen survivors turned gun reform activists who aren't backing down from powerful politicians pundits and a gun lobby clearly threatened by them gabriel zonda al-jazeera washington now the battle between madrid and barcelona of a castle answer session is bringing back bitter memories from the spanish civil war which ended nearly eighty years ago for some of the relatives of those who died the wounds of that conflict have yet to be healed as david and i reports. in the hills above the village of us a team of archaeologists has already more than one hundred bodies from the site both men and women. a d.n.a. bank has been created to collect samples from relatives of the missing to try and
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reunite the victims with their still grieving families. came to the mass grave this week because he'd heard they discovered a body with an amputated leg that was the one thing he knew about his grandfather badly wounded in the fierce fighting around the village doctors had to cut off one of his legs like so many thousands of others in the wake of the civil war his own sons never had a chance to mourn at his graveside the forensic anthropologist at the site said there's a high chance the family have finally found their grandfather but the agony of waiting is still not over a genetic match is needed to confirm it. when you know more than a matter when there's a dramatic death in any family a vacuum is created and it's passed down to each generation it's about restoration of about giving him a dignified funeral not here like he was it's important to heal the wounds there's
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never been any judicial reckoning for general franco and his death squads the killings and executions and purges continued after the war was over his victims buried in unmarked and unquiet graves but the divisions here are still very much alive the streets of the village may now seem peaceful but the memories of the civil war that raged around them can never be forgotten you know like i'm going to the war i distinctly remember certain things it was something to be afraid of something we were always terrified of waiting to see what would happen general francisco franco's final resting place is marked with a giant cross in the valley of the fallen outside madrid. that so many of his victims still lie unmarked and claim real peace can never return here until spain comes to terms with its brutal past david chaytor al jazeera catalonia
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more than eighty percent of people in the philippines are catholic and this year easter celebrations are taking on a special significance for families caught up in president robbery go to ted as war and drugs. reports from manila. lifting her prayers up to god surely for alice says she hopes he gets to wash away her troubles too these are trying times her husband reynaldo was accused of being a drug peddler and was gunned down two years ago now she's left to cope her own with eleven children to feed in. the middle of. their day he said he was going to work overtime so he could bias a nice meal it was a special day they killed him on my birthday i don't know where to turn to i blame god i hate his henry but now here i am praying he has better plans for me. fifteen family members gather in a solemn ceremony they are widows and orphans of the so-called drug war of
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president would be good to turtle they come from the poorest sector of society their faith they say has become the refuge at a time of great uncertainty. more tragically is the loss of consciousness of sin that everything seems to be related everything seems to be all right and ok the callousness of one's conscience the deadening of one's conscience but when you see a hooper isn't lying dead you see that it's ok. rights groups reckon that at least ten thousand people have died in the two years since president of the good thirty began his so-called war on drugs and critics say willage just leaders here have been slow to react though there are signs they are slowly finding their voices in. the hierarchy of the roman catholic church here
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likened leaders of today to the by both the radical king it says politicians are devoid of humility and he even uses violence and intimidation against the poorest sect. society. people here say the suffering of jesus mirrors their own it's dusk and the priests say it was set this time with jew this a tree jesus and his disciples it is a nightfall to where people you say they are most afraid. darkness means gunmen room their streets a time when they fear their loved ones may be taken away. dugan al-jazeera manila. a private funeral for british scientists stephen hawking is set to take place near the university where he spent most of his extraordinary life the physicist worked at cambridge more than half a century refusing to give up in the face of disability he died this month aged
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seventy six peter shop reports. stephen hawking's philosophy of life was simple look up at the stars not down at your feet and try to make sense of what you see and wonder what makes the universe exist and that in fact turned out to be his purpose in life my party is very limited my mind is free to explore the universe to go back to the quickening of time and then to let. there are no limits to the human spirit a towering intellect matched by a dog determination gave him the rare gift of communication complex series not just to presidents and prime ministers but to everyone else when he was twenty one stephen hawking was given just two and a half years to live diagnosed with motor neuron disease he lived on for more than fifty years he died two and a half weeks ago in cambridge near the university where he studied and worked for
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decades thousand signed the book of condolence in honor of the professor who inspired generations of students to pursue careers in science it's always been a hero of mine and my guiding light on my journey here the cambridge a light has gone out but at the same time there is a real joy that he would have to say long contributing to science in the wake of gade hawking always described himself as an atheist but the service at the university church will be both inclusive and traditional to reflect the diversity of his remarkable life peter shop al-jazeera the sat vice captain of a strain as cricket team has apologized for the part he played in a ball tampering scandal david warner has been banned for twelve months i'm told he'll never again hold a leadership role in the team he was the last of the three disgraced cricketers to front up to the media after captain steve smith and that's when cameron bancroft
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a thirty one year old says he takes full responsibility for his part in the incident but avoided questions about what it was that he did all apologize to my family. specially my wife and daughters. you love me your love means more than anything to marry. our no oh no be anything without you. i'm very sorry for putting you through this in our promise that i'll never put you in this position again all when he was of course on our website they were it is on your screen the address al jazeera dot com that's al-jazeera.
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talk a quick recap of the top stories here on al-jazeera the un secretary general has called for an independent investigation into the killing of at least seventeen palestinians by israeli forces on the gaza border more than a thousand were injured in the confrontations during the day protests. for those who tried to say. come on now that is not the case civilian protesters demonstrating peacefully and an armed forces unleashed massive power against them that led to this massacre with this large number of casualties turkey is president has rejected a french initiative to mediate between turkish and kurdish forces in syria the french president emmanuel micron made the offer after meeting with a kurdish delegation on thursday a white police officer in the u.s.
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state of louisiana has been sacked over the killing of african american alton standing another policeman has been suspended thirty seven year old sterling was held down by the two officers and shot dead in the city of baton rouge in twenty sixteen. the sat vice captain of australia's cricket team has apologized for his role in the ball tampering scandal in south africa and emotional david warner has spoken at a news conference in sydney the last of three disgraced cricketers to front up all apologize to my family. especially my wife and daughters. you love me your love means more than anything to marry i know i would not be anything without you. i'm very sorry for putting you through this in our promise you that i'll never put you in this
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position again and russia is throwing out diplomats from twenty three countries the dispute over the poisoning of a former spy in britain grows bastardize were summoned to the foreign ministry in moscow to be told of the decision that was in retaliation for a series of explosions of russian diplomats by the u.k. and its allies london accuse the kremlin the being by the nerve agent attack yes cripple and his daughter on march the fourth well those were the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after wonder what he's absolutely. i am doing this for the benefit of sudan people so bad they see the importance of the arab. witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. they are young vulnerable girls from myanmar is rural villages desperately poor
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