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setting in as you go on into friday eventually pushing up towards north island oakland at around nineteen degrees at some very wet weather recently into japan and places say things are showing up nicely over the next couple of days. disillusioned with life in their own countries since the arab spring and looking desperately for a new sense of identity freedom and self-worth kalitan and the way i don't feel like system my own country the country creamed about demonstrated for and sought to achieve many things to al-jazeera world here's the stories of those deciding to emigrate in search of a new life and nationality passport to freedom on al-jazeera. this
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is zero. zero on three turns and this is the news hour line from london coming up. let the streets it's. no planet be a monument prone takes aim at donald trump's agenda urging u.s. lawmakers true jact nationalism and isolationism in a pointed speech to congress. opposition protesters back on the streets in armenia after the government is accused of refusing to negotiate a transfer of power and israeli soldier gets nine months in prison for killing a palestinian teenager in twenty fourteen and when chile is out a comma deserts west stargazers say like pollution is hampering the search for life on other planets. and then for its advantage real madrid on
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after the first leg of their champions league semifinal against by munich oryol win it to one in germany to stay on target for third straight title. french president emmanuel urged the u.s. to move away from nationalism and think gauge with the world in a speech to american lawmakers he received a three minute standing ovation as he arrived to address a joint meeting of congress and despite his apparent love in with donald trump over the last few days markram took a at the u.s. president's agenda in his speech which some viewed as a rebuke of trump he said the two countries a very special relationship virtually raised their differences on the environment and warned the u.s. against shutting out the world. let me see we have two possible ways ahead.
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we can choose isolationism withdrawal and nationalism this is an option it can be tempting to us as a temporary remember if to our fears but closing the door to the word will not stop the evolution of the word it will not dollars but inflame the fruits of our citizens we have to keep our eyes wide open to the new risks right in front of us by mark and trump has been the around nuclear deal the french president has tried to encourage his u.s. counterpart not to throw out the agreement but improve on it as a white house correspondent kimberly hellcat reports. the president of the french republic. before a joint session of the u.s.
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congress french president emmanuel macross argued the united states should remain part of the iran nuclear agreement it is true to say that this agreement. may know the address all concerns and very important concerns this is true but we should not abandon its without having some seen substantial and more substantial than said. a day earlier in meetings that the white house might cross suggested the current deal to limit iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief should be the cornerstone of a new supplemental agreement. and it would address trump's concerns beyond twenty twenty five including limiting iran's influence in the middle east and halting ballistic missile testing we can change and we can be flexible you know in life you have to be flexible so despite criticizing the existing iran agreement repeatedly
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for years trump is now signaling he's open to recertify iran's compliance under the terms of the deal but only if his criticisms are addressed with the deadline for donald trump to make his decision just weeks away european leaders are conducting a high level lobbying effort on friday german chancellor angela merkel will be the next to visit the white house she'll work to persuade try to remain in the twenty fifteen iran deal but iran says a u.s. withdrawal will kill it tehran has threatened to respond by pulling out of another agreement the nuclear nonproliferation agreement on weapons. i'm wednesday iran's president question trumps ability to even comprehend the terms of any agreement show more color shift hot seat you don't have any background in politics you don't have any background in law you don't have any background on international treaties how can a tradesmen a merchant someone who builds towers for
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a living make judgments about international affairs and well he's currently signaling he's open to the u.s. for maining in the deal negotiated with iran and five other world powers given his impulsive nature there's still time for trump to change his mind and follow through with threats to leave the iran deal kimberly health at al-jazeera at the white house. first two days in washington were characterized numerous backslaps handshakes and kisses with donald trump but what do french voters make of his close relationship with the u.s. president natasha butler reports from paris on the apparent blossoming burma. there was pomp and ceremony and displays of affection and of the words i like him a lot the apparent friendship between the french and american presidents was on full show during emmanuel machall state visit to washington politically the two men
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have little in common but the liberal macro is determined to get on with his conservative counterparts we have to make a berth for years in france opinion polls suggest donald trump is unpopular but many people support mike ross approach. what on that they are great friends doesn't matter michael is the french president and he must create strong ties with the u.s. citizens and it's very important for france and for the u.s. and even for europe especially as trump seems to really appreciate president it's a sea chill to have good relations analysts say that macros courting of trump is seen by many french people as a political tactic mcroy is probably really doing of a strategy of trying to show from that he actually does respect him and to value the transatlantic relationship because at the end of the day from a european perspective every might not like the american president but the u.s. will always remain an important partner since micros election he has nurtured his
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relationship with trump inviting him as france's guest of honor to last year's bastille day celebrations and talking regularly by phone mike ross says he was able to convince trump to keep u.s. troops in syria some people say that america is close mr trump is a risk because the u.s. president is so unpredictable but others say the french president has much to gain he can try and influence trump on important international matters such as the iran nuclear deal and it may help france's international standing rockwall seems to her very. well thought through diplomatic strategy which is to create the largest amount of flexibility for france by making sure the u.s. is on side micra will leave washington with few promises on a number of issues it's unclear for example whether trumbull impose u.s. trade tariffs on the e.u. or agree to an expanded iran nuclear agreement but if trump changes his mind on
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either issue many people in france may feel the two look back slapping and smiles who was it natasha butler al-jazeera paris. or about this with joel rubin who's president of the washington strategy group and a former deputy assistant secretary of state thanks very much for coming on to algis there have just witnessed a masterclass in diplomacy really president lovering up to the president president trump heaping praise on him and then turning up at congress and basically setting out his own agenda and having a day get the u.s. president. yeah president mccrone really did demonstrate how global leaders should be in gauging a foreign power and he came here to washington did what he needed to do to get president trump on his side it's clear that there's a personal bond it's deep and it's deeper than any policy disagreements i believe
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will will potentially cause problems with essentially this personal bond is going to be strong but at the same time mccrone also engaged democrats in congress in particular with his language and he really had them curing in on their feet so he got both sides liking him very much and i suppose that one of the questions will be will present micron's was that congress make any difference he was singing to that conversation where it is saying some of getting that the democrats on his side in congress is probably not going to really change the opinions of the republicans and indeed change opinions of the u.s. president. well smart foreign leaders understand that the american system requires engaging both parties not not ever can we really expect one party to dominate all of government and with midterm elections coming up soon it's quite possible the democrats will take one chamber of congress maybe even two so what
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mccrone did by engaging president trump was essentially get the republicans on board and the executive branch and by engaging the democrats in this speech today he also showed that he could hear both sides but he did make a real eloquent police for the united states to come back into the global community and staying gauge that was his overarching theme and i do think it got a lot of attention in congress from both sides of the aisle now it used to was that may well of reviver eighty's and in downing street in the u.k. in those two ways with special relationship something that the u.k. has always had it has with the u.s. now front seems to be saying well it's actually as it's called the special relationship is that significant. it's quite clever and france and president mccrone really did lay in to the concept that france was there for the united states for the americans against. an oppressive country britain
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clearly at the time was the corneal power and the french they stood with us and by calling out that relationship he is attempting to position himself as the leader and the go between we've seen this before however about a decade ago we saw as with tony blair where he tried to play this intermediary with the bush administration and it is fraught with risk what's a day looks good tomorrow could potentially turn against him tony blair was derided as bush's poodle and really less public how is the media treating his visit hair and they see him as as an equal to president trump. i think that the media is viewing him quite frankly is a breath of fresh air really we've had such a negative political environment in recent months in the last year plus that to have mccrone come in and appeal to president trump bring out the good side of president trump and appeal to congressional democrats really is a reminder to americans and the media and the political community that there are
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bigger forces at play that the united states should be engaging in so it was well received across all sides there's hardly any negative commentary maybe i'll start tonight with a friendship joel rubin thanks very much for coming on silence as there. coming up on the news hour an indian guru with millions of followers is sentenced to life in jail for rape we'll look at the link between monday's van attack in toronto and the online subculture that advocates hatred towards women and in sports the former tennis world on the wrong he's struggling to hit the heights on his return from injury. protesters have been back on the streets of the armenian capital after the country's acting prime minister canceled crisis talks with the opposition protest leader nichol passion you can hear is the movement forced on me as former president
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says saga stand to resign on monday he says he's ready to lead on meaning into new elections on the around robin forest jaywalker reports. they brought the capital to a standstill in. the. carnival atmosphere. for others it was lead to believe it's the police have ceased to intervene instead they have retreated to protect government buildings said. yesterday. though his republican party still in charge is the next target of the protest movement. of the young smell revolution. want justice and want. to be the prime minister acting prime minister caught in kind of pity and cancel talks with the opposition shut you for wednesday said he was ready for elections
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but not on the street he has bullets in new york each game i don't know of any country where the people's canada is elected in that way that's why we have elections there are some in the citizenry who are disappointed how are we to measure the desire to have the going is the desires of others and the citizen. who want a different candidate make a call consolation in mikel taking actually the part from mr cutler it's not clear who else is willing to stand in the way of opposition leader nicole passion. parties in parliament sided with his movements on wednesday and the international community is taking him seriously too we caught up with him fresh from talks at the russian embassy republican party has lost his power and the. republican party a short recognized victory of the people and without any condition as far as he is concerned and as far as this crowd is concerned because he is on the
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threshold of becoming this country's new leader and i shrink a new democratic era to the republic of armenia it was i don't yet know the corridors of power but he has proven he can mobilize our millions in time there where his power is on the street and here on republic square reverse the walker al-jazeera. and israeli courts sentenced a soldier to nine months in prison for the twenty four team killing the palestinian teenager now dame no wara was shot during a lull in protests marking the day israel came into existence in one hundred forty eight hour a force that reports from the occupied west bank four years ago in a dream of the wara took part in these protests in the occupied west bank town of beit two nya it was one of the group of young men and teenagers throwing stones towards israeli security forces israel says they were instructed to use rubber
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coated bullets but when the seventeen year old was shot he collapsed and was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead. later an autopsy on his examined body would show he'd been shot through the chest with a regular bullet medical volunteer mohammed saleen was there that day he arrived in time to see a second teenage boy shot through the chest right next to him throw a stone and he was like walking back so his face was toward this their accent and when he reached almost here he was shot in the back and then he turned around and fall he gave first aid to the victim muhammad but he too died no proceedings were brought in the case of one would i would die here but the killing of nadine nora was different at one stage israeli border police officer who pulled the trigger was indicted for manslaughter. ben derry was initially accused of deliberately placing live rounds in the magazine of his assault rifle which should have been firing only rubber coated i mean in a plea deal that accusation was dropped and he was convicted instead of negligence
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his sentence mine months in prison now deems father has fought a long legal battle on behalf of his son from the moment he says he found alive bullet in the backpack nineteen was wearing when he died and a kid in nor i have proven that israel has no justice or fairness when it comes to palestinians i prove this with evidence because the cares of the d.m. is one of the strongest piercers in the israeli palestinian conflict. proven today mustn't actually killed palestinian activists say a double standard is at play highlighted by the case of i had to mimi the palestinian teenager convicted of assault and incitement to slapping an israeli soldier her sentence eight months i mean is a child to slap the soldier and received almost the same sentence as the soldier who put an end to the life of testing and charged so you can compare the double standards that this really justice system is following the israeli police have
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declined to comment on ben darry sentencing the judgment criticized him for aiming at the upper body of someone who presented no immediate threat to having a live round in his magazine but it found no intention on his part to load that bullet or fire it at nineteen nora perry force at al-jazeera the new york ipad west bank palestinian journalist wounded while covering the protests at gaza's border with israel has done it of his injuries akhmed has sane was injured in demonstrations thirteen days ago when israeli forces used a life fire against unarmed palestinians his death brings the number of palestinians killed in the past month at the border to at least thirty six. international donors have pledged four point four billion dollars in emergency aid for syria well short of the u.n. target this year that's after the u.s. fell to semester pledge saying it's reviewing the support it provides the country meanwhile the e.u.
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says russia iran and turkey are causing an escalation of violence in syria instead of helping to reduce it speaking at the international fund raising conference in brussels a foreign policy chief for the rica or a nice said the conscious of a special responsibility to establish a cease fire. nigeria's president has vowed to hunt down done man who opened fire on the catholic church killing at least nineteen people the early morning attack happened in. the village in bending state on tuesday since twenty third same have often been violent clashes in benue between for lonnie men who are mostly muslim and pharmacists who are predominantly christian nigeria's information minister told al-jazeera at the root of the issue is a clash over resources between headsman and followers the government swung into action on the deployed would the military and the police and resent times be
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married and that they have been prosecuted in addition the government will believe that the long term solution is for the has meant to adopt ranch in on also for the farmers also to go to. a more modern techniques and for me for higher yields since the land and resources would lead. turkish journalists working for an opposition newspaper have been convicted of helping what's been described as terrorist organizations a corner istanbul handed out multiple sentences to the thirteen with portis and executives in a trial seen as a test case for press freedom in the country they remain free pending an appeal three of us were acquitted turkey's government has been accused of serious violations of media freedom including locking up dissenting journalists. so india now where a self-styled religious leader who has millions of follow us has been sentenced to life in prison for rape a siren back who was convicted of sexually assaulting
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a sixteen year old girl and one of his spiritual retreats into saying indian security forces were put on high alert in the northern states a wrench a stone image fears of a backlash from supporters all challenging reports. known for its extravagant and sometimes different costumes also known bapu or bapuji us he's known has disciples around the world and in hundreds of hindu religious retreats known as a shrimp. whose such as a psalm say they meet people spiritual needs but some are accused of exploiting their followers for money property and sex by offering them a one stop shop for everything you have been you have you have spiritual family problems this man has all the. security has been tightened across the northern state of rajastan that's after court convicted for the rape of
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a sixteen year old girl and sentenced him to life in prison. the allegations made against completely false and there is no truth in it is not alone he has millions of followers who support him and will continue to do so us arm supporters say the guru practices black magic and can instantly transform fortunes but the guru has also been linked to the mutilation of four young boys in an alleged sacrifice ritual. many in india have called for tough legal action against him and other self professed god men we demand his ashram his religious center be seized by the government he should be put behind bars and all his property throughout india no matter what it is should be seized a solemn as forty six year old son not only on are also accused of other crimes including the rape of two sisters over a period of ten years in the city of swat. police said saddam's son admitted the
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sex assaults and fathering a child with one of his victims but nearly all witnesses in the rape case changed their mind about testifying fearing expulsion from the community at least two witnesses were shot and killed that case is continuing these kind of over the period of trying have a lot of political patronage. various political party didn't in india who see their support doing election time who have become all powerful and they're good to lead and. they are above the law prosecutors are fighting back by using laws passed for the protection of children against sex offenders to stop religious leaders from breaking the law paul chatterjee on al-jazeera danish invent a piece of nonsense has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering an dismembering a swedish journalist on his submarine came vols remains were found at sea after
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manson on his homemade vessel manson admitted to cutting up session died accidentally of carbon monoxide poisoning while on board prosecutors say vall died either by strangulation or having his throat cut. he brought various items down to the submarine objects with which kim was to be tied up tortured and killed be subjected to sexual abuse dismembered and then thrown overboard from this submarine and what the court has also emphasized apart from that it was a planned route to and cynical murder is that we talk about a woman who was working as a journalist and is completely innocent in all this. canadian police say most of the victims of the toronto van attack on monday were women raising questions over the motive of the suspect shortly before plowing his vehicle into them the twenty five year old appears to have written a post on his facebook page and read that the end selwyn belly and has already
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begun we will overthrow all the chance and stay says i went on to refer to a previous attack by self described in-cell elliot rodger so what is an insult short for involuntary celibates an online subculture comprised of mainly men who are deeply suspicious and disparaging of women who they say reject their right to sex and selves describe men who are successful with women ists chance women who reject in cells are described as stacey's the most extreme and sells advocate rape and other forms of violence against women such comments have been documented on the popular site reddit ensoul sometimes talk of a bitter uprising movement led by males like then to overthrow what they say is oppressive feminism in society too is an author and professor from coke or dia university in montreal she says it's not the first time in cell ideologies may have
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inspired violence against women. there are men who seem to feel that they're not attractive that they don't have economic status so i'd imagine that they come from you know a wide range of backgrounds across society but i suppose when it becomes dangerous or friend we start to see these violent repercussions often those things are links to and mental health to childhood trauma so i suppose some some people are more susceptible to the rhetoric than others and the tone of the spaces and angela nagel talks about this really productively in her book kelong or me the tone of the spaces is this kind of like jokey for the lows is it ironic or is it not kind of tone you're not supposed to be able to tell whether they're joking or not and the nagle argues very convincingly in her book you know it's not apparent that the posters themselves know whether they're they're joking or not and and so you have
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people there who are just in it for the laugh they're making like what a disgusting jokes and then you have people who are taking it seriously. benson well still to come this hour a sea of red in south africa as the union statements rallies over a proposed a minimum wage and just one dollar sixty an hour well gregson deliver for the u.k.'s fishing industry how leaving the customs union could complicate the supply chain and the japanese baseball star who's making a fast start to his first major league baseball series and. hello to spring his return then across much of europe cooler fresher weather making its way in from the atlantic little less speckling of shall cloud there across the northwest across the british isles some west of weather coming in across the baltic
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states to scandinavia some of the wet weather to into that western side of the mediterranean we have got this area of cooler air coming through the behind our cold front winds coming in from a northwesterly direction or as a showery direction that's going to the cases because i want for you stay for a single day the way to stay in fact fourteen or fifteen cells for london and paris where the system does make its way further southward so just easing down across southern germany into the alps into austria still a fair bit of cloud across that western side of the mediterranean for the race we have got temperatures of about fifteen or sixteen celsius full room moscow over the next couple of days but some places the cloud rising live the shadows any possibility the skies do open up as we go on into friday more the west sunshine but dahlan cloudy and cold for london the eleven degrees celsius off to a frosty still not wet weather we do have across the western side of the maddest right now will bring some heavy downpours once again into northern areas of iraq or more so into algeria it will clear through nicely for friday.
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fearless journalism things like that i am glad to see the world from a different perspective on al-jazeera. welcome back reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera french president emanuel mark on the u.s. to move away from nationalism and work with from its to talk of global challenges made the plea in an address to the u.s. congress thousands of people have been back out protesting in armenia and sitting in a call from the opposition leader who accuses the government of refusing to negotiate a transfer of power and an israeli soldier has been sentenced to nine months in
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prison for killing a palestinian teenager in twenty fourteen nadeem not know why our road has she was shot during a lull in protests marking the day israel came into existence. a lazy and police say two suspects in the killing of a palestinian hamas member a still in the country but they don't know where they are father he was shot fourteen times in the back while heading to a mosque in kuala lumpur where he worked as an engineering academic flawlessly reports from the malaysian capital. oh a final farewell for. the. mourners carry his body to a mosque near his home in kuala lumpur. the engineering lecturer who taught at a university in the city was shot dead by two men on saturday. i feel that their whoever assassinated the car the has any doubt in your mind it's for this
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despicable act when you fail to compete with palestinians in academia and in the time to take excellence. gumbo and eliminate the scientists don't go and eliminate the distinguished scholars who know. it was a member of hamas the palestinian group that controls gaza his family and how must accuse israel's intelligence agency of ordering the killing a claim the israeli government denies it's not the first time mossad has been accused of killing hamas members in other countries from the little boy just body will be taken to its final resting place in gaza his family has only recently obtained a book called a chance on the body via the rock offering which has been told by egypt. while boche and his family leave malaysia his killers are thought to still be in the country police in malaysia have released
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a photo of one of the suspects. with an example of one with the following the recovery of the motorcycle we were able to trace the original image of the suspect on tuesday police found the motorbike used by the gunman abandoned not far from where al boche was shot dead. the identities of the two men are still not known police are appealing for people to come forward to assist in the investigation start slowly al-jazeera quality report. of other ration of trade unions in south africa house staged a nationwide strike in the commercial how a. janice businesses closed as thousands marched demanding a higher national minimum wage and prince writes as this report. thousands gathered to march into johannesburg city center and demand a higher minimum wage and it proved right the breakaway federation of unions called the nationwide strike its leader has spent years representing south africa's union
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many of which he now says giving workers a bad deal. i south africa's one of the most on the countries in the world economically many things haven't changed since apartheid so a message of better wages for workers resonates. because the strikers are growing bigger and bigger as they marched into the city center come here to present their petition and there's a monster three different government departments some of south africa's major historical unions are part of this the people here those unions have failed to
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represent. some of the major unions agreed with the government to introduce a minimum wage of just on the three hundred dollars a month people here don't agree and they say well paid union bosses have grown too close to politicians and business owners some of the you know don't care all they care about is to be ready to be deployed in parliament so we asked the spokesman of south africa's congress of unions which negotiated and agreed to the minimum wage. he said it's not ideal but it's a start and it'll help four million out of the lowest paid workers we should not send them for streams with a new color like i was that has to go into seven percent of the population that is unemployed that doesn't have seventeen million people on welfare you can't return to that economy has the star mean and it is also has to give people two of those and five hundred twenty minimum wage is there really to offload in twenty. the
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striker is waiting to see if the government. and for the organizers to break away federation of unions is the first task of that power malcolm webb al-jazeera to have as burke south africa dozens of migrants to capture the attention and anger of the u.s. presidents with journey through central america i began arriving at the us mexico border jumpers all that officials to repel them joins me now from tirana so what are they saying she was special about the conditions that they've been living in well. well round one hundred twenty have arrived and what you see behind me is another approximately sixty three individuals asylum seekers that arrived here in tijuana only a short distance from the us mexico border most of them are from central american countries like. most of them are however from honduras these are asylum seekers you can really see it in their faces that long arduous journey that they've been
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through you can see how hungry they are and the tiredness in their eyes many of them are here with very little to no money a lot of women single mothers with their children who have made it all the way from central america across mexico to arrive here. and i want to give you a sense of what we've seen over the course of the last twenty four hours here take a look. at more than one hundred central american migrants have arrived at the us mexico border for many of these men women and children the journey has been the ultimate test of physical and mental resilience. the most difficult thing has been traveling on the train because the children became seriously ill some of them fainted so you see it's difficult after traveling for a month from honduras carlos and his family are tired hungry and anxious think that it will. be each one of us here has a story and each one of us has a case to make we've traveled all the way here with our families because we all
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have something bad that's happened in our lives and. these new arrivals are part of a larger group of migrants seeking asylum in the united states most say they're fleeing violence or persecution in their own countries including hundred all solved or and guatemala. the vast majority who want to get across and seek political asylum some with attorneys that are helping them prepare too but to answer questions when interviewed by u.s. immigration officials in the united states the department of homeland security announced recently that any illegal entries into the country by members of this migrant. will be referred for prosecution unknown and now we want to you silent seekers are being helped by immigration activists and charity volunteers who are providing temporary shelter medical aid and food but their journey doesn't end here . as i said president stuck to the department of homeland security not to let them into the u.s. is pushing them off actually giving themselves in that the border. the president
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trying to trumpet ministration has also announced that they will be sending immigration judges and prosecutors to the border but i want to talk about the perception of these migrants this is not a case where hundreds of migrants are storming the u.s. border in fact there are legal advisors who are who have identified somewhere around three hundred fifty individuals mostly women single mothers and their children who may be better qualified to to request asylum from border officials the men that are part of this of this group of migrants have said at least the ones that we've spoken to that they will stay behind that will stay here and mexico they've accompanied the women and the children because there's a sense that there's safety in numbers we're talking about several hundred migrants those who are planning to request asylum will do so by turning themselves in to border authorities and that we begin that legal process of requesting asylum which they have every right to do so under international law good to tell it shame on her
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life for us to own a mexico. south korea has unveiled the main meeting room for friday's historic into korean summit it will be the first time in more than a decade that the linkages of north and south korea have held direct talks in the house of peace on the south korean side of the troops footage. and many south koreans are hopeful the meeting will help sentiment the more peaceful atmosphere on the korean peninsula this year especially those living in the four kilometer demilitarized zone between the two koreas cafe novak has been to visit takes on village this is a farming village unlike any other in south korea it's inside the heavily guarded demilitarized zone that separates the two koreas north korea is just over a kilometer in that direction villagers who strayed over the border in the past were arrested by north korean guards so farmers get
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a military escort to their rice fields to go. we have to report every time we enter an exit village were farmers so we have to go out just tell our crops but so many restrictions apply to us which makes it very difficult when the nine hundred fifty three armistice ended hostilities in the korean war the two koreas set up a village each inside the d.m.z. as a sort of model of what life is like on either side the south koreans call ketone on the other side a propaganda village they don't believe people really live there when south korea erected a one hundred meter flagpole the north put up a one hundred sixty meter flag pole villagers are close enough to hear propaganda broadcasts from the north but they say they haven't heard any since monday after south korea announced it would stop broadcasting its messages across the border for about two hundred residents evacuation drills and a curfew from midnight to sunrise are a way of life but in exchange because this land is under un command locals don't
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pay taxes to the south korean government with about seventeen acres of farming land per family the average incomes are higher than those of other farmers and men are exempt from mandatory military service. the thirty five students at the only school inside the d.m.z. get personalized attention with only about five children per teacher and us soldiers visit to teach english. if you're not a direct descendant of an original resident and want to move here you have to be a woman and marry a local man men don't have that option because the south korean government doesn't want them taking unfair advantage of the military service exemption the u.k. is brecht's it debates and says a new phase on thursday with a vote on borders and customs tourism a is government is trying to avoid defeats but many m.p.'s say even if the u.k. and the if the e.u. must stay in the customs union if it doesn't it could risk economic disaster which
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is a very real concern for the fishing industry and scotland as lauren slee reports it is anything liable to annoy the supporters of brics it's it's europeans taking fish from british it's on the east coast of scotland and other saudi to the story to see also seven o'clock. or. five of those ago this warehouse was stacked with fish by now it's being prepared for market across the u.k. and the brought more than a home to europe that needs to go fast to fetch a decent price could leave the market here about eleven o'clock process and evening and catch fire in the morning or go through the tunnel whatever. any delay at all to this volume. means an experience or a lower price for the process which in these times is critical for. many fisherman support breck's it in the interests of protecting their waters and stops but just as many in the fishing industry would open borders with europe can they have both.
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protecting the rights of british fishermen has become eight hotel make issue for many leading breakfasts as they say the u.k. must leave the european free trade area but staying in the european free trade area is crucial for those parts of the fishing industry which need to move their stock quickly to some of the best restaurants in places like france and spain and that's a big problem coinciding which is a local delicacy but not if you live in the post for a week. to make a point about what happens to fish if it gets stuck in a truck for too long and the local m.p. here sent the government minister in charge of bricks it's a traditional fish pie in the post government ministers who support breck's it he says don't understand their own constituency. i believe they're simply choosing to look at the divisions in the tory party they're making the decisions based on politics gnostic economics not the interests of the people in these islands it's
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time they looked at the harsh realities of where they got the story. of course it isn't only fish anything perishable or goods reliant on a fast turnaround could be affected disastrously if british trucks are forced to queue for days before entering the continent they were in continue discussions with the u.k. government and scottish government i think the concern is we've had real clarity as to what you can government don't want which is the customs union but real uncertainty still as to what the future does hold. in peterhead they're expanding the ports because they believe their markets will grow. supporters of shore continental europe will fall for a deal on taxes and tariffs because they love to eat british fish the livelihoods of people here may depend on this assumption forestry al-jazeera east and scotland . just coming up.
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business. now here's some of that with all the sports. thank you very much to its advantage real madrid fans of the first leg of their champions league semifinal against by munich ryall winning two one in germany to stay on target for third straight title by took the lead the audience arena through right back. but the twelve time champions hit back with goals from marcello and i since you christiane or
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nadal failed to score in the european game for the first time the season the size meet again in madrid next tuesday the pool fans have been celebrating their team's big going in the other semifinal on tuesday liverpool beat roma five two in the first leg of that tie and field mohamed salah scored that twice to take his tally for the season up to forty three the return leg is in its eighty next wednesday. now we have to. but again to draw him that's no problem we would have yeah that would have been broke for us to do when we win five now because it's brawn would have tried everything to strike back anyway so that's not a big difference and i but i learn tonight is that we can win the second game as well even when it will be different last fourth correspond that he wedding says liverpool have overachieved to reach this stage of the competition. well liverpool
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has a proud tradition in european football but at the start of the season i would really stickley not have expected reaching the semifinals of the champions league let's along winning the first leg against a five so of course roma do have my grammar of hypothesized like if i can do the same things in liverpool that i did to barcelona in the last round the other thing that liverpool wouldn't have been expecting is for masala to turn out to be quite as good as he is of course it was a record signing of cosplay hides hopes that he would be a key player in the new look say monday you can call but chilly school forty three goals and counting to a broken record after record to be one player of the year another record that he's broken now is the first african player to school ten dollars in a champions league season that sends out a warning so the other semifinalists by a munich madrid who applied that first leg on wednesday night of course the trophy
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holders of course they have christiane the interesting thing now is that saleh has moved into the bracket over now dolly messi in terms of his performances as the to sticks can he do it for the long term coming proposal of a polo european cup or champions league trophy. well roma have issued a statement condemning the apparent behavior of a some of their fans police are investigating the assault of a liverpool supporter outside the hilda stadium but before kickoff there were clashes between supporters at minutes before the semifinal started two men from roma have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder fifty three year old a song called is in critical condition i said those involved have brought shame on the club. also knows our going manager are some vendor has admitted the timing of his departure from the club wasn't his decision then go and house on friday that he would be leaving arsenal off to twenty two years in charge his team face at let me
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call my bid on thursday in the semifinals of the or probably the timing was not redeem my decision and for the rest i've spoken about already honestly i don't know what i will do read i take the rest i returned to new to work . by my. side as well risk being to give my best to where i'm employed done to the last day of my contract the owner of english second tier team leeds united claims the club's decision to go on a tour of minima has been carefully considered these are due to play two games in the country that's been accused of human rights abuses against its own in general nor to the trip is being sponsored by a private man ma banker but the club deny there is a financial incentive. from the tennis world number one novak djokovic is
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continuing to struggle on his return from injury he was beaten by slovak in qualifying martin cares and in the second round of the barcelona open djokovic to has failed to reach the last eight in any of his five tournaments appearances since making his comeback from an elbow injury. and finding champion rafael nadal progress in straight sets he beat fellow spaniard roberto carberry and now the world number one has now won thirty eight straight sets from on his favorite play. and your report into corruption in tennis says there's a tsunami of match fixing in the lower levels of the sport the independent review panel spoke to more than three thousand players around the world close to five hundred said they had first hand knowledge of match fixing the report found no evidence of top level players being involved but says lower paid players are far
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more vulnerable it's a small step for a player who already intends to use for other reasons to then bet or to inform others of his or her intentions so as to make enough money to continue playing then a small step for a player to decide deliberately to lose or to lose just a game or a saint in order to make enough money to continue playing. the golden state warriors have booked their place in the second round of the playoffs they sealed a four one series victory over western conference rivals the san antonio spurs is doing even without stockman's steph curry who was sidelined with a left knee injury we do have kevin durant though who scored twenty five points on tuesday as golden state one ninety nine to ninety one. japanese baseball sensation tiny is once again proving his worth the l.a. angels rookie pitched one hundred one mph fastball in the game which is the
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quickest the by a starting pitcher the season to twenty three year old helping his side to eight to seven win over the houston astros. and that's it for me back to soon land q some now light pollution is threatening to undermine our ability to search for life on other planets is even happening in chile it's a common deserts one of the darkest and areas all of us that's a coma is home to some of the world's most advanced telescopes but light pollution that has increased up to thirty percent compared to a decade ago this in human reports from the power no observatory in northern chile . at sunset the views from the european southern observatory located in chiles at the camera desert are breathtaking but it's a night when the deep darkness and unique atmosphere and conditions of the at the camera turned these guys into heaven for astronomers. but at the pattern al
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observatory scientists probe the universe with giant telescopes but in twenty six hundred meters above sea level and one hundred fifty kilometers from the city of until five asked that these starlet skies are being threatened by light pollution we are in very isolated place in chile but we can see still hollows from the cities from the mines so it's it's very very disturbing to see all of this light. from space you can see just how contaminated by light our planet is becoming making it more difficult to see the stars. although chile's government has introduced standards to significantly reduce street lighting in cities near observatories cheap lights are increasingly illuminating homes stores signs and billboards especially in the cities of last sit in a and. the impact his cronies well no measurable so it's no longer
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a threat it's a reality. it's happening at a time when astronomers like that number selman believe they've never been closer to making the discovery of all time the greatest adventure of humor i mean people right now is happening here which is we're looking for life in the universe and that is happening right now here in become a bit. and for that darkness is crucial this is sort of structure may look familiar it was used as the location for the lair of the forces of evil in the james bond film quantum solace. but in fact the reason why it is practically underground is to keep it light from leaking out at night from this spot and as residents of some one hundred and fifty astronomers and technicians. noising chili will house seventy percent of global astronomical infrastructure in less than five years along with
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the world's largest telescope but astronomers are sending out an s.o.s. warning that if mankind continues to over illuminated the skies we will lose the time long ability to gaze and be guided by the stars see a newman out to see that several better not. forget that phantom on news video on a sport on our website just click on al jazeera dot com that is it from a search as center for this news hour but i will be back in a moment with much more of the day's news don't.
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