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egypt egypt made in china on al-jazeera. get the families back together u.s. highest court rules against the blockade of cattle which is keeping relatives up honks. though there are more of live from doha this is also coming up states of emergency and fear of the weeks ahead we struggle to contain wildfires are the death toll climbs. the scandal over fake vaccinations in china as parents panic a corruption probe is launched into the pharmaceutical company. and he's kicked off a big debate and a decision to quit the german team says questions about race and football.
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un's highest court has labeled actions by the united arab emirates against thousands of countries as racial discrimination judges in the hague say the moves have split families and they should be reunited cattle took a case against one of four countries that's imposed and at sea and land blockade more than a year ago. reports from the hague. qatar's legal battle with the united arab emirates has dealt a defining blow the international court of justice says the measures taken by the u.a.e. after the blockade of qatar amount to racial discrimination according. the usa has failed to respect the obligation is the i.c. j.s ordered the u.a.e. immediately to allow qatari families expelled from the country to be reunited students to finish their studies and those qatari affected access to courts and tribunals the order said the i.c.j.
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president is compulsory the core fairness that this all of that is. and that article forty one of these that. bind in effect. and there's a international legal obligation is for any part to her the provisional measure is that it's last june the u.a.e. saudi arabia bahrain and egypt sever diplomatic ties with qatar and imposed a land sea and air blockade accusing catarrh of funding extremism and accusations it denies qatar says its citizens were either illegally expelled or denied access to the u.a.e. separating families and denying people access to health care education their properties and assets of course the u.a.e. is the only one of the four countries to have imposed a blockade on cattle but is the only one out of the four to be brought here before
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the international court of justice why because it's the only country out of the four that signed up to the international convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination but bahrain egypt and saudi arabia will be watching this case closely and drawing their own conclusions this is a statement that there is a likelihood of discrimination so one would think that the other states in the region would say that means something again likely that this is a violation in earlier hearings the u.a.e. denied any policy of expulsion saying it's measures were designed to have the least possible impact on ordinary citizens it said his argument was with the qatari government not the qatari people but the u.a.e. must comply with the court or face further legal action qatar could go to the u.n. security council and demand an informant order this is one of a string of legal challenges mounted by qatar to try and end the blockade a ruling the country will welcome but whether it will help end the blockade now in
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its fourteenth month is less certain neave back at al-jazeera the hague. that's the exact attacks have the absent of washington he says the court's ruling praised the blockade of castle as a legal this is certainly a victory and it breakthrough for a couple that i think i thought ought to be from gradual a to dip team the league of teamed up represented it under the leadership of my friend dr mohamad binocular as he's a whole life he did an excellent job in presenting their case before the court and convince it convinced that to take this professional who really doesn't necessarily imply the end of the blockade but it's certainly points to the illegality of the blockade in terms of human rights violations that he see today is not the same g.c.c. we knew fourteen months ago by choice i think the blockading parties. they
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are responsible for that and they seem to be willing to destroy that most successful experienced if you will in a cooperation council within the arab world for rather some some fish reasons some of them individual states seeking to control and truth on the sovereignty of others i think the decision of the court prove something very important hoops that the blockade has at a serious impact it's a form of racial discrimination it is real in terms of daily impact on the lives of people in the region it is a kind of long lasting impact and it's harmful. new satellite images appear to show north korea has begun dismantling its main nuclear launch facility hey you can see the site this month and then a few days later part of the structure has been removed the pictures were released
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by mongering site thirty eight north it would be an important step by pyongyang after kim jong un pledged to pull apart the facility join the singapore summit with donald trump while there are signs of progress in north korea the relationship with iran is getting worse the iranian foreign minister has released a tweet mocking donald trump's late night threats trump warns the republic of consequences never seen before the u.s. president says he's unconcerned that he may be heightening tensions shepparton see reports. the iranian foreign minister's tweet mimics of the all caps late night tweet from the u.s. president color us unimpressed it said the world heard even harsher bluster a few months ago and iranians have heard them albeit more civilized ones for forty years we've been around for millennia and seen full of empires including our own which lasted more than the life of some countries be cautious exclamation mark be cautious is how donald trump's tweet ended as well thanks at the white house donald
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trump was asked if he had any concerns about provoking tensions with iran this was his response. things have changed in the administration everywhere now those around on from who've long advocated for regime change in iran notably national security advisor john bolton he released the following statement if iran does anything at all to the negative they will pay a price like few countries have paid before but white house press secretary sara saunders argued that the administration's approach to iran has been consistent and the president's been i think pretty strong since day one in his language towards iran he was responding to comments made from them and he's going to continue to focus on the safety and security of american people the president's tweet came at a time though when much of the international community is arguing that withdrawing from the iranian nuclear deal has made everyone less safe not more diplomatically i think a lot of countries are very resentful of the united states they think the u.s. pulled out of a perfectly fine nuclear deal that iran was complying with i think they're
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diplomatically maybe iran feels like it's with europe and russia and china saying that the u.s. is overdoing it here world has become on sunday secretary of state mike said the u.s. would attempt to stir unrest in iran by beaming antigovernment broadcast into the country but beyond that it's still unclear what the long term strategy of the trumpet ministration is almost three months since the u.s. withdrew from the iranian nuclear deal she had zero washington. has already struggling to control. wildfires around the capital now have a new challenge strong winds whipping up the flames he's already in force in two areas and more than twenty four people have now died many fifth things will only get worse diane reports. smoke spreads across the greek capital carrying fear of what the summer may bring around athens fires having got several towns homes have burned to the ground the hillsides no match for the raging
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flames thousands of people have evacuated many who managed to escape are still in shock if the course of the new thought i think it becomes about us or thankfully the sea was right there and we went in the flames were chasing us all the way to the water it started burning our back so we dove into the water yes the fire has led greek prime minister a lexus the press to cut short an official visit to bosnia. just there with but that's i want to believe that despite the adverse weather conditions we will do whatever is humanly possible to get the fire under control in spite of this i'm still concerned by the parallel outbreaks in the east and west of africa this is one of them but one of the owners of the firefighters the coast guard and army are teaming up to respond to the state of emergency the fires are burning in several areas including the small resort town of kmita about fifty kilometers from athens northeast of the capital the area is also affected as well as the southern island
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of crete the low visibility has led to flight delays the closure of roads and a main highway. in the village of monte charred cars cover the streets greece is now asking the european union for help not to make any greece has submitted a request through the european civil protection mechanism for international ground and air assistance. still fresh in the country's memory are the devastating two thousand and seven wildfires. more than eighty people died as fires burned for days across greece over a decade later firefighters know it's a race against time with unforgiving flames destroying everything in their way. beyond. china has launched a corruption inquiry into a company at the center of a vaccine scandal
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a criminal investigation is also underway after it emerged hundreds of thousands of children may have been given faulty doses the case has provoked what's being described as a tsunami of fear and fury on the internet with parents worried that babies could be endangered as young brown has more from beijing. it is a worrying time for parents across china outside beijing's top children's hospital we found many still absorbing the fact the china second largest pharmaceutical company has been producing vaccines for babies that are fake you know your god you know the people who made this fabricated vaccine should be executed right away without any hesitation they did it to babies not adults he added this mother is especially concerned her one year old son was inoculated for rabies last month he has a fever and the scandal has heightened her anxiety my son was born very weak he always has fevers now his dad and i don't know if it's related to the fake vaccines in
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china or vaccinations to prevent diseases like tetanus hooping cough and rabies are free but now some parents no longer trust the made in china versions. these free chinese vaccines cannot meet correct safety standards i would have to think about buying imported vaccine so far there have been no reports of children harmed by the vaccine or having contracted rabies. the trunk shroom biotechnology company in northeast china produced the fake vaccines executives have now admitted falsifying test results for its rabies vaccine production is halted all vaccines are being recalled were still just last thursday this same company was fined over its substandard production of other vaccines so a tiny she at the end after we found out that the company forged the records of production and production inspections and modified technical parameters and equipment at will the actions seriously violated their relevance to belay sions of
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chinese law this scandal broke four days ago but it wasn't until sunday night the china's premier league chang spoke out urging severe punishment for all those responsible now the government says that all companies that produce vaccines in china will be subject to unannounced inspections this industry was already in trouble just two years ago another pharmaceutical company was found to have improperly stored tens of millions of dollars worth of vaccines many of them had expired but in unusually open coverage china's state controlled media have called for an overhaul of an industry which one newspaper editorial said had been contaminated by scandals adrian brown al jazeera beijing. still ahead here on al-jazeera last chance to convince voters in pakistan a twenty four hour stop on campaigning has now begun. it's just amazing how many children have been born through the fire exactly. and look at her now what is
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on the medical marvel who was the world's first idea baby. and that sounds great. when. the weather sponsored by qatar airways hello there was still thing some showers around the black sea they've been with us for a good while now and there's plenty more of them at the moment just drifting their way towards the east over the caspian sea of the some of us around the black sea we've seen some fairly dramatic weather recently this is a water spout that we've seen spotted just off the coast of southwest russia and it looks like the showers there could stick around as we head through the day on tuesday eventually though they are beginning to pull away and as we head through into wednesday things are generally looking draw up there will just be a couple of showers in the far northern parts of turkey elsewhere it's going to be
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a bit hawks are i think on wednesday so a maximum temperature in beirut of thirty three degrees this time in force in baghdad will be at around forty five here in doha been quite windy over the past few days and that's helped to keep the temperatures down a little bit however the wind is going to ease as we head through the next few days so a maximum on tuesday probably of around forty four degrees and that's where we're expecting it to stay for wednesday too just to the south of us though there will be a little bit more cloud around particularly thick over parts of a man and into yemen and around the coast it could be giving us a few outbreaks of rain at times for the southern parts of africa largely fine and dry for us here just a couple of showers around parts of mozambique and for madagascar as well. the weather sponsored by cattle i always say. where were you when this idea popped into it when they're online which i'm going to the chief called. over to the quality of our society today or if you join us on sat criminal justice system is dysfunctional
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right now this is a dialogue what does it feel like bring you to go back for the first time everyone has a voice and allow refugees to be the speakers for change join the cologne conversation on our jazeera. or again you're watching al-jazeera has a reminder of our top stories this iran's highest causes ruled in favor of qatar in the case it goes against the united arab emirates court of justice says the measures taken by the u.a.e. off the blockade against cattle amount to racial discrimination. more than twenty four people have died as wildfires rage close to the greek capital athens strong
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winds are hampering five finalists and states of emergency have been declared in several areas. and china has launched a corruption inquiry into a company at the center of a vaccine scandal a criminal investigation was already on the way after as a merged hundreds of thousands of children may have been given fake doses. the way. now tens of millions of pakistanis have less than twenty four hours to make up their minds before they head for an election many see as one of the most contentious ever campaign has ended with candidates from a more attempts to sway of a says the boss here for. his wife's attempt to well some of the reports from lahore. from the rooftop to the seats are arranged below political workers gathered in their hundreds jaj by the anthems of change they
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believe the twenty eight hundred election will turn the tables on the tradition of venice. it will be a one sided contest from the rule belts we will sweep the pakistan muslim league nawaz party we will also win from urban areas this is the last time they can express this confidence before the july twenty fifth election campaign activities have been suspended by the election commission twenty four hours before poor. it's the last day of campaigning and crowds have been gathering at various rallies being held by the back of this is the party being led by forget to turn politician in wrong who according to polls is leading in the race two words the pakistani parliament. the job the heartland of pakistani politics the province holds one hundred forty eight out of the two hundred seventy two geographically constituencies which make up the national assembly. god really gives the nation this chance to change their fate these corrupt politicians have been ruling the
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punjab since one thousand and five even their children are billionaires. but it's not going to be an easy fight for imran khan a crowd of now jailed former prime minister in the musharraf is also fired up. because he's done a tremendous job in making projects like the natural. order. that's why i will only support him. the nerve of the is now led by his brother shahbaz sharif who has been criticized by his opponents for not being a crowd puller. insists that his support is among the masses who have benefited from his development projects and people in his party's constituency seem convinced waters of the muslim league see their leadership and party has been targeted unfairly by the judiciary and the military establishment. but a few. people will vote for the lion because they have performed in the past five years whether it's the china corridor or a network of roads buses and trains education and health sector is where they did
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a great job. instead of a single large rally all major parties finished their campaigns with smaller political gatherings marred by some incidents of violence campaigning is ended now votes will decide which political party succeeded in getting their message across to some of the job yet others here a lot italy's foreign minister says migrants rescued from the mediterranean will be allowed to come ashore whilst nations tackle the issue of migration if these new government has taken a hard line on migration turning away rescue ships carrying migrants and refugees over the next five weeks countries will discuss how those rescued at sea can be distributed across the block. turkey has weighed into the debate over german football a mess a decision to quit the national team and revise the turkish presence has said there's no excuse for discrimination in the way it was treated as unforgivable as announced his retirement on sunday saying he'd suffered racism and disrespect
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because of his turkish descent from berlin dominic cain explains. his international career is over now club duties with arsenal have taken mesut ozil to the far east but in his absence the fallout from his retirement is reverberating around germany the newspapers have seized on his statement in which he pointed the finger at the german football association specifically and its president hein hardaker linda accusing him of having a racially discriminative background as ill has been in the spotlight for his off the field actions since this moment posing with the turkish president both alone and with other german players who have turkish roots red chip type area one is a divisive figure in germany as are the policies of his government but in the turkish community in berlin even among those who oppose aerotow on many support earth will and i think most became from begin fighting racism begins with showing people where the limits are we've had enough someone needs to say that to the
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german football federation that all players with non german backgrounds are welcome and we will make sure that you feel well in germany if you have a second or third home that's ok but you're here and you're a part of our society some in the football world here remember what happened after france won the world cup in one thousand nine hundred eight how that multicultural team acted as a catalyst for the then german hierarchy to change its thinking first of all they try more integration they've tried to build of more schools and as you see it worked in whether you were twenty one in four thousand or nine and whether with the team in two thousand and fourteen in brazil. you know that if there are success nobody discusses where they come from. and yet after this summer's french victory in russia some did highlight the racial background of that team with one comedian describing the victory as africa winning the world cup something french
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officials angrily dismissed saying there is no hyphen in people's nationality they are french and only french. here in berlin mesut ozil does have one very powerful ally angle americal says she values him as a great footballer who did a lot for the national team and in his career he wore the national jersey ninety two times scoring twenty three goals and helping his team to win the world cup but now he says the levels of racism and disrespect he's received mean he will never wear this again dominic came. in. the craggy as president has denied responsibility for months of violent protests saying he doesn't control the paramilitary groups blamed for most of the deaths more than three hundred people have been killed since the protests against daniel ortega government began in april demonstrators want to call early elections but in a rare interview with us television or take
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a has refused to step down saying they were moving the vote would increase instability he told fox news the elections will go ahead as planned in twenty twenty one the white house says president donald trump could revoke the security clearances of six former intelligence officials who've criticized him over the rusher inquiry among them as former f.b.i. director james comey who fired last year trump accuses them of influencing agencies that are supposed to remain a political u.k. government has decided not to object to the united states seeking the death penalty for two suspected british members of eisel xander cody and sheffield shaikh used to executing several captives including journalists whilst part of eisel in syria human rights groups of criticize the move because britain abolished the death penalty more than fifty years ago a few bank you know is a former prosecutor and author of the executioners told he says the u.k.'s decision
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flies in the face of a long standing position. well it looks as though it's legal hypocrisy i mean you're either in favor of the death penalty or you're not in favor of the death penalty you can't begin after fifty years of. steadfastly being opposed to the death penalty to start to carve out exceptions to that even if it is for purposes of terrorism i still think it's a departure from a long standing in afton much looked upon among other european countries as a a strong steadfast position the united states has a mechanism to pursue the death penalty in appropriate cases the federal government has a death penalty statute it hasn't been used quite frankly much over the last twenty thirty years but the statute does exist that's if we if the united states was what was going to try these cases in
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a civil criminal courtroom there's other options as well these individuals could be transferred to guantanamo bay where they can be held without being charged prosecutions until they say they are investigating more than one hundred fifty members of the roman catholic church for sexual abuse have been complaints from more than two hundred sixty people notice what children and the alleged to peace happened to this he has publicly apologize for what he called a culture of abuse and cover up until his catholic church if you can this is not the national prosecutor has ordered me to deeply investigate all the cases related to sexual crimes committed by priests or people related to the church against boys and girls teenagers and adults was forty is since the world's first baby was born to envy. and he's brown was conceived in the park in the u.k. since then more than six million babies have been born using i.v.s.
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around the world catherine sounds a little before. i know christina and martina mccarthy have their hands full. their children zoe and santina are two energetic happy and healthy toddlers but they and their husbands would never have been able to experience the joys of parenthood if it weren't for the development of in vitro fertilisation all i've put a sister called a very. but yeah it was my only my only chance of conceiving if it wasn't for the treatment being if i did he wouldn't be here i think it's amazing that through this miracle of medical intervention we were able to have a beautiful healthy daughter it all began with louise brown she was conceived in a british laboratory in november one thousand nine hundred seventy seven after robert edwards patrick steptoe and jean purdy spent nearly a decade trying to fertilize a human egg outside the body and was just shy of her fortieth birthday louise
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a celebrated at london science museum she's the focus of an i.d.f. exhibit which features the very desiccate or where her embryo was developed it's just amazing how many children have been born through the process. jaime lights in families is created and hope and joy is just. a mind prices be the first one i.v.'s may be commonplace now but there was a lot of controversy when we as brown was born many religious leaders denounced the use of any kind of medical intervention and other critics said i.v.'s could pave the way for so-called franken babies louisa's family received many letters of support but they also received hate mail including letters splattered with fake blood not only has the perception of i.v.'s changed so has the availability it grew from one small clinic in the u.k. to a multi-billion dollar global industry i gave has changed the landscape of humor production
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eight is talking about six mill. i believe that it is much more because i've technology has to reach remote areas in the whole world and it's probably unlikely for us to get feedback of how many babies were born in these remote areas so it's an underestimate it's important to appreciate that currently predicted that by the end of the century there will have been four hundred million babies resulted as i from my very forward white christina in march that pioneering technology gave them families they would otherwise never have had happen stansell al-jazeera london now members of the thai football team trapped for two weeks in a flooded cave are taking part in put a ceremonies to thank the spirits for their rescue. but. they are as a ministry in their child right where they've also held a ritual for the time navy seal who died to join the operation later eleven of them
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will shave their heads and on robes before spending the next nine days living as trainee monks meditation techniques and it helping physical and mental recovery. without their these are our top stories the un's highest court has ruled in favor of qatar in a case that brought against the united arab emirates international court of justice says the measures taken by the way to the blockade against qatar amount to racial discrimination by eight voters to seven the united arab emirates must ensure that one families that include qatar. separated by the measure is adopted by the united arab emirate on five june twenty seventh. hugh satellite images appear to show
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north korea beginning to dismantle its main nuclear launch facility you can see the site this month and then a few days later part of the structure has been removed the pictures released by monday site thirty eight north iran's foreign minister is warning the u.s. president to be cautious donald trump threatened iran with severe consequences on twitter tensions between the two countries of escalated since the u.s. withdrew from iran's nuclear deal in may and said it will reimpose economic sanctions. more than twenty four people have died as wildfires rage close to the greek capital athens strong winds one hundred firefighters and states of emergency being declared in several areas china has almost a corruption inquiry into a company at the center of a vaccine scandal a criminal investigation was already underway after it emerged hundreds of thousands of children may have been given fake doses campaigning has ended
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for pakistan's election candidates now mark what's called a day of silence as more than one hundred million people had to go to the polls on wednesday the campaign's been dogged by violence and claims of vote rigging. turkey has weighed into the debate over german football him as a decision to quit the national team advisor to president has called his treatment unforgettable announced his international retirement on sunday saying he's suffered racism and disrespect because of his turkish descent. with all the headlines we're back with another news bulletin after the stream stay with us. on counting the costs of stronger growth. in africa but a big trade challenge is looming the world's second biggest aviation trade show takes off in the u.k. . three d. printed buildings are causing some. counting the cost on al-jazeera.
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