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because i've been here for some time i can help them with lots of things that mrs ford to me the great take it's not just about museum just about forming a new part of life its culture. her. rescue teams find twelve poison a coach and live off the nine days trapped inside a cave in time. i don't know this is al jazeera live from london also coming up in the show german chancellor angela merkel satchels around with her interior minister the migrants that had thrown the government into disarray. a seismic political shift in mexico and left its leader and his manuel lopez obrador sweeps
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the power to stomp out corruption. and the french government is accused of freely selling egypt's president the tools he needs to crackdown on dissent. so yes we begin with a remarkable story of survival out of thailand twelve boys and their football coach have been found alive after spending nine days trapped inside a cave these are the latest pictures of the boys inside the cave they sold the rescuers torchlight for the first time the group became trapped after heavy rains flooded the exit rescue teams from all over the world who spent days trying to reach them some even spending their nights inside the cave to try and speed up the search. keep you happy keep that today is the best day i have been waiting for my son for so many days i thought he only had a fifty percent chance of survival. i am so excited the first thing i would do is
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hug him i would like to take thanks to all the journalists who are here. to speak to our correspondent at the scene when he joins us from chiang rai and way in a great relief all round inside the cave and outside the cave but it's not over yet a lot more work to be done. this in early is nic but for once in about an hour or so when daybreak you will be waking to good news every day since this ordeal began the nation has been gripped by this and waking to hope to hear news of positive outcome from the effort the night before they haven't been able to do that up until now monday night late monday night the chiang rai provincial governor announced that all thirteen had been found alive inside the cave as you say now the hard work begins of trying to work out exactly how they're going to get all thirteen out of the so far from the limited video footage that we've seen the
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limited number of reports coming back from those divers who first found them they seem to be in relatively good health but those assessments are being carried out as we speak there is one doctor who has been trained to dive who has made their way to that area where the scene have been found so medical assessments medical equipment will be on hand for all of them to determine how they have fared over the past nine and a half days out what are the chances of them being able to make the long dangerous journey out of there and again exactly how they're going to do that and what challenges now lie ahead in trying to get the mountains i presume that the rescue team so far had to go under water to get to them so do they have to take them out under water as well. well the water remains the biggest concern yes the level of the water in much of the cave has dropped dramatically over the past few days for a couple of reasons has been as much rainfall as we had seen previously but also
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they brought in much heavier pumping equipment so the combination of those two factors have seen the water level drop enough to enable those divers to push through into that area where they discovered the scene but it's still very high as you say they still had to dive to get there the dock is having to dive to get there so that presumably means that at the moment if they want to get them out any time soon that means the boys are going to have to dive as well and as well as the twenty five year old coach of course that has been something that they have talked about throughout this ordeal that it may come to that they may have to inside that cave teach. the basics of scuba before that get them strong enough to be able to go through that ordeal of course the hoping still that they won't have to do that that they can continue to pump the water out of there it will continue to get the rain stays away which is not guaranteed there is some more heavy rain forecast in the next few days and there is another option as well that they are still considering
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and that is going through a hole in the ceiling of the cable drilling down through the roof to try and get them out that way they know there are some holes up there so far there's no evidence that any of those holes lead down into the particular chamber where the thirteen have been found but it's fair to say at the moment that all of these options are still on the table make all right we will leave it there for the time being thanks very much to the when he reported the time. now the german chancellor and her interior minister say a compromise has been reached in a migration dispute and he can host zero for have been holding talks in berlin to resolve the crisis locals as a government will now establish centers inside germany to send asylum seekers back to the e.u. country they first registered in dublin cain joins us live now from berlin just tell us more about this agreement this compromise has been reached. monica this is
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the agreement they've reached effectively it is as it were a resolution between the two branches of conservatism in this country between the christian democrats wrangle americal and the christian social union of the varian sister party as it were and it basically boils down to tougher immigration tougher controls on borders and it gives the government if this is agreed for it goes through the parliament it gives them the power to create centers in which illegal immigrants that they consider to be illegal immigrants i should say can be detained as it were pending return to the countries where they first made landfall in some instances people will be able to return back at the border directly the point is though this is not agreed completely by the entire grand coalition remember angela merkel's government is her party of the varian sister party but also the social democrats now the leaders of the parties involved in the grand coalition
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a meeting in the building behind me that's the chancellery that's angela merkel's office if you want to put it that way the lights burning into the night because the leaders are discussing as i say this document the question is now that i'm going to machall has formed a four sort of agreement rather with her. political allies can she form that agreement with what would normally be political opponents namely the social democrats from the center left will they be happy to accept tighter immigration controls the idea of people being sent straight back across the border and indeed the idea of people being detained because they're illegal immigrants that's the central question this evening. it's a problem has this been for angela merkel. well it's been a particularly serious problem because this because about this her party and have a very and sister party well they've been effectively wedded at the hip as it were
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for decades they govern germany for many decades they are a potent political force together in every general election they present one chancellor candidate and for these two parties since well more than thirteen years it's been angela merkel has been the person that they have put forward so the idea that she has had to fight tooth and nail to achieve the piece of paper this document demonstrates quite how serious this problem is it's almost unheard of for the for these two parties to bicker the way they have to and let's be clear about this also her interior minister who represents a party with forty six seats in parliament compared to her two hundred has in some ways been holding her hostage to the policy outcomes that he wants however she promised she would get an e.u. solution she promised she'd make bilateral deals with other countries and indeed she did she came back from brussels with what many people many analysts in germany
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believed would be sufficient to placate the c.s.u. problem is now that she's done that she's now going to placate the social democrats and there are one hundred fifty three of them in parliament far more than in the c.s.u. or direct thanks very much indeed that's a picture from berlin dominic came forty mexico's president elect is vying to stamp out corruption fight drug cartels and reduce social inequality after his resoundingly win on sunday under his man well lopez obrador will become mexico's first left wing president in decades the sixty four year old takes over a country is struggling with a record high murder rates that sluggish economy john holdren his latest now from mexico city. this mix can elect simpered a couple of first to the country the first president elect from the left in four decades the first president elect for eighty nine years but hasn't come from one of the country's oldest parties the pre the pan really many in the electorate spoke
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this time around and said that they wanted a change this is a country in which the political class a dog by scandals and conflicts of interest especially the governing party it's a country in which fifty three million people are below the poverty line and in which one percent of the population hold a third of the country's wealth this is a country in which crime it's such a level that two thousand and seventeen was the most violent year on record and two thousand and eighteen is set to be even worse now president elect lopez obrador says that he has with tools and that he can resolve those issues for the country in the next six years that he'll be in power critics say that the policies that he's come up with to do that are pretty basic and that will be needed to be more concrete if he's actually going to be able to make an impact on those big problems in mexico now he has five months between today and the period in which he'll be
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sworn in in december as the country's next president to work out exactly how he's going to tackle those problems. israel's knesset has passed a law to allow the government to deduct some three hundred million dollars a year from the budget of the palestinian authority the money will be taken from taxes and tariffs that israel collects on the palestinian authorities behalf israeli lawmakers claim the authority paid three hundred fifty million dollars last year to palestinian prisoners jailed for attacking israeli security forces and their families. seven former u.s. ambassadors to the united nations of called on the trumpet ministration to restore funding for palestinian refugees the u.n. relief and works agency is facing a major budget shortfall after the u.s. announced earlier this year that it's withholding sixty five million dollars the agency provides aid for millions of palestinians across the middle east. so to come
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here on all deserve a massive government offensive in syria is there a provence forces more than a quarter of a million people to flee. and we will have the latest from north georgia where more than forty african leaders are discussing fighting corruption and extremism. hello there is pretty wet and windy for some of us in australia at the moment we take a look at the satellite picture we can see this area of cloud here that's been drifting its way across the southwest corner that's what's given us our heavy rain and all battering winds as well some of us have seen over seventy millimeters of wet weather from the system and gradually is edging its way eastwards now as it clears them perth will get a bit drier but only for a short period as we head into wednesday there's another weather system edging its
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way towards us so it will get wet at once more but the southeast corner all of it all straight year here is being pretty cool in melbourne recently the temperatures are slowly beginning to recover i think we should get to the dizzy heights of fifteen degrees as we head across towards new zealand on a little spiraling area of low pressure is moving away from us now say things are calming down and actually they'll stay fairly settled as we head through the next few days it won't be that warm they were looking at a top temperature in christchurch just of ten degrees over the next few days and there will be more cloud across the southern parts of the south island as we head through the next couple of days even further towards the north and forests across japan and south korea we're watching this this is our telephone isn't rocketing its way towards the north very strong winds on that and a lot of flooding rains as well. we have here we know the product of from buying everything that you're doing that's
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really where the power of the all powerful internet is both a tool for democracy and the threat you believe that any of your companies have identified the full scope of russian active measures on your platform in the echo chamber world of fake news in cyberspace the rules of the game left changed there are no precedents people in power investigates this information and democracy just . reminder the top stories here on al-jazeera the young football team and their coach been found alive nine days after going missing in a cave and that the group became stuck after heavy rains flooded. the.
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interior minister compromise has been reached in a migration dispute. government will now start his sentence in germany. back to the e.u. country they first registered in. mexico as president to corruption fight drug cartels reduce social inequality. has. become. president. of the united nations says more than a quarter of a million syrians have now been displaced by the government's offensive to retake their a province jordan is set to hold talks with syria's ally russia this week in the hope of paving the way for a ceasefire it comes off the talks with the opposition broke down when splits emerged between rebel groups as this reform. syrians plea as front lines continue to shift in that our province the united nations says two hundred seventy thousand
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people have already been uprooted during the syrian government's military offensive now in its third week there remain in towns under opposition control are being battered by airstrikes and shelling and the fear is an escalated military campaign now that talks collapse was going on in there is a military escalation to pressure the rebel factions to accept the russian military is gone dishes to on the assault those conditions are he relating for the opposition they just want them to give up everything after years of psych revises they can't accept that. the opposition delegation involved in talks with the russian military which were mediated by jordan formally pulled out of negotiations it's not clear at all rebel commanders support their decision but those who have made separate deals are being called traitors to. the representatives of a handful of towns have been signing so-called reconciliation deals with the
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government or what amounts to a surrender syrian state television is showing people celebrating the return of government rule more often than not there is little choice such deals stave off further military action and prevent more suffering but anyone wanted by the state such as rebel fighters and those involved in opposition activities or who worked in rebel run administrations leave. rebel areas are shrinking more than sixty percent of that is now under the control of president bashar al assad's forces rebels still hold parts of the provincial capital that are city and the areas along the borders of the occupied golan heights and jordan including then crossing the opposition is in a weak position it has been abandoned by its allies the united states told them not to expect to be back to militarily jordan close its borders to weapons shipments and refugees instead it says it wants to focus on mediating a ceasefire but a ceasefire is not what the process and government camp wants. it is pushing for
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a military victory a win in the southern corner of syria would follow significant gains close to the capital in recent months then like now it is the civilians who pay the heaviest price. could she feel let me ask every person with a conscience to help stop the shannon why are they shelling areas where there are children helpless elderly and sick people the children are hungry and without food we only brought her with us please for us this criminal to end the shelling. that is unlikely to happen that this isn't by some of the opposition not to sit at the negotiating table a stepped up military campaign especially since the government stated goal is to recapture southern syria so what they're al-jazeera beirut the un search for general says he's heard unimaginable accounts of killing and rate from refugees who fled miramar to bangladesh and turning to terraces been visiting overcrowded camps
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in bangladesh as trucks as bizarre districts where hundreds of thousands of people sheltering he says refugees are living in terrible conditions there because of massive human rights violations and meanwhile june has more now from one of the comes in culture is bizarre. united nations secretary general antonio good terrorists has come and gone life here a coup to prolong the world's largest refugee camp goes on we're here in one of the older sections of the camp this is one of the main trading areas a lot of room for refugees have set up stalls and this is where they trade with each other now i want to give you some example of what it's like here the conditions on a day like today today there were touring chal downpours for short amounts of time so it wasn't extended rain but there was rainfall throughout the day take a look at what we're walking through here again this is one of the main thoroughfares in the old part of the camp and this really just goes to show you how
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dire the circumstances are here for the nearly one million for him to refugees who live here and in the surrounding areas in the sprawling makeshift very very large camp now a lot of the refugees we spoke with today they were happy that the u.n. secretary general came here they were glad that he was bringing the world's attention to this continuing very dire crisis but there was a lot of concern we heard from him the refugees as well many of them said that they didn't believe that the u.n. was doing enough to ensure that if and when they do go back to me and more that they will be able to get citizenship so it's not just right of return it's also the issue of citizenship that really concerns them now many of them were also quite happy about the fact that the world bank has said that they are going to contribute
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almost half a billion dollars to the government of bangladesh which will be earmarked specifically to help or hinder refugees but again they say that right now they are in crisis the aid workers we've been speaking with to the last two days of said that what's going on here is an emergency within an emergency. it's underfunded the agencies don't have enough money these people simply don't have enough help. the philippine mayor has been shot dead by a sniper during an official ceremony. taking part in the flag raising panel and three video of his assassination was posted on social media and really had previously led a controversial walk of shame campaign in which suspected drug dealers were paraded round the streets more than forty african leaders have met in mauritania to discuss ways to fight corruption and extremism on the continent france's president made
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a guest appearance at the summit meanwhile macro has discussed the five nation french backed anti terror unit g five so held force which has come under attack from on groups recently. as this report. these are delicate times for french troops operating in this region of sub-saharan mali armed groups have attacked and killed french soldiers and their regional task force our allies. friends have sent thousands of soldiers to the remote area where groups affiliated with i.c.l. and al qaida have grown in size and influence since two thousand and eleven. i obviously want to take a moment here for our mali and friends following the cowardly odious attacks of the terrorists and survive. several french soldiers have been wounded and of being evacuated to france and it is mali and civilians african civilians who are killed
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by terrorism who are the first victims of these barbarians we fight. despite u.n. sanctions targeting smugglers in libya their networks remain a busy main gateway for migrants crossing the mediterranean into europe than wash out summit issued a watered down report on the situation in western sahara calling for the a you took play a central role in breaking the embarrass. a united nations brokered cease fire has been in force since one nine hundred ninety one but morocco and the police are your front remain deeply divided over how to end the conflict. and the african union says it will introduce zero tolerance policies for corruption but the leaders of countries often accused of graft inefficiency and crippling bureaucracy didn't
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elaborate on what kind of measures they planned to take. africa's problems have spread beyond the continent which explains why the e.u. has stepped in offering cash and military assistance to tackle the surge in attacks by armed groups investor had region and to dismantle the migrant smuggling networks but it's unclear if that will work with the ongoing conflicts and lawlessness in many african countries. washout. the french government and several companies are being accused of selling egypt's president the tolls he needs to crackdown on dissent the international federation of human rights has investigated weapons deals and well as cells of surveillance technology. has more from paris. it's five years since egyptian security forces commanded by then general abdel fattah el-sisi brutally dispersed a protest in cairo at least eight hundred supporters of ousted president mohamed
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morsy were killed the four thousand injured of what's called the rather massacre the international federation for human rights says french made armored vehicles were used in the crackdown in a new report the organization says that french companies are increasingly selling weapons surveillance technology and drones to egypt arms they say help president sisi crush dissent after the coup in twenty thirteen by sisi the european union council decided to suspend the sale of all military and surveillance equipment to egypt to condemn the dictatorships abuses but france has profited in the name of counter-terrorism to increase its arms exports to egypt the report says between twenty ten and twenty sixteen french arms sales to egypt increased from forty six million to one point five billion dollars exports included conventional weapons such as warships and fighter jets but also surveillance systems that help egypt's security services to monitor citizens. egypt's army has been fighting armed
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groups in the sinai region last year france's president said that egypt was an important partner in the fight against terrorism. context that i am aware of the security situations and conditions in which prison system must operate is not in paris like us the challenge is to stability of this country in the fight against terrorism and religious fundamentalism it's the context in which you must govern the authors of this report. say that france is voting international rules on weapons explored such as the arms trade treaty which says that if there is a doubt that arms are being used to suppress people in this area will simply suspend it egyptian authorities are saying that they combating terrorism and the french say we have a great partner in fighting terrorism however in practice and we saw that those terrorists are humanize the founders are journalists independent journalists are
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intellectuals and have nothing to do with political violence activists say that in the past five years egypt has detained at least sixty thousand political prisoners and if france will stop all of this reputation as the defender of fuel and rights the government must carry out proper checks on egyptian arms exports who face being complicit in some of the regimes abuses natascha al-jazeera paris. up. value. some other like.
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nothing i can't refuse them so i take care of them even when they come pay me. but the challenges faced by me now can be extreme this is what's left of her clinic she says a group of men set it on fire a couple of months ago and she can't afford to rebuild it and. it is devastating not only for her but for those women who rely on her. dad.
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