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someone says i'm staying in power no matter what they have to crash into a goal of reality that usually gets. sent here americans take is from a vice president al jazeera. hello i'm down in jordan in doha the quick reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera at least four palestinians have been killed in an explosive exchange between israel and hamas the israeli military says thirty six rockets have been fired from gaza but it intercepted several of them israel or tally aided by targeting hamas sites in the territory with air strikes the u.n. special coordinator for the middle east peace process is alarmed at the escalation of violence make a limelight and of says collective efforts have prevented the situation from exploding until now if the current text escalation however is not contained immediately the situation can rapidly deteriorate with devastating consequences for
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all people under simmons as the latest from gaza. deep into the night in tents six changes of far from the factions here by rockets and from israel as strikes right across the strip up to twenty of them and precision targeting it would seem certainly the vast majority of the strikes were against what is described as military targets now because some brigades that's how my house made a statement joran all of the firing in fact you know during rockets going up not far from here some of them hit by the defense system but majority got through and the statement said brigades that's the military wing of hamas in reaction against the israeli aggression the resistance is firing rockets and will continue to do so aimed at israeli forces will it stop that's unclear but we also
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heard from the islamic jihad that's how crudes that they were going to protect the people of gaza and they would continue the conflict now all these assertions that relate to the cease fire a major talks progress which is a massive issue that's not clear has to be said could this be just before run out to another truce oh well it isn't clear either and we're not sure quite how hamas in particular will react further on down the road the senior delegation that was here in gaza for eight days is now in cairo and supposed to be having talks there they sounded optimistic twelve hours ago what are they saying now well it's a statement that doesn't sound in any way like any dove type of action but never say never it's not clear where the road is going in terms of the talks but this is
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a very very serious escalation the biggest yet canada's prime minister justin trudeau insists his country will always speak strongly on human rights saudi arabia froze ties band new trade deals after canada the release of jailed political activists the saudi foreign minister says canada is to blame for the dispute. argentinians have been protesting for and against legalizing abortion the senate is debating a bill that would allow terminations during the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy votes are expected in the next few hours. at least nineteen people have been arrested over what the venezuelan government says was the attempted assassination of the president nicolas maduro wasn't hurt when explosions from a drone interrupted a parade in caracas on saturday he's blame the opposition colombia and a group of u.s. finances for the apparent attack some opposition figures have been stripped of their parliamentary immunity over the incident. the government of the democratic republic of congo as it routes president joseph kabila will not be standing in
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december's election instead he's backing the former interior minister emanuel ramazan issued ari kabila was due to step down from his post in twenty sixteen the former first lady of ivory coast has been freed from jail after being granted amnesty for her role in the civil war simone back bowe's husband laura refused to accept electoral defeat in twenty ten triggering a conflict that killed three thousand people she was sentenced to twenty years in prison and twenty fifteen. and the u.s. says it will impose sanctions against russia an attack on a former spy in britain early this year the state department says russia used a nerve agent novacek to try to poison cripple and his daughter in soulsby in march the kremlin denies any involvement. but those were the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after al-jazeera word statement that so much.
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mian maher over fifty one million people. and sends to cheese party won elections here in twenty fifteen but the army still wields great power on chance that she unfortunately has no practical ability to rein in the security forces since independence from the british in one thousand forty eight its many ethnic minorities have been engaged in almost continuous to full war.
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it's a majority buddhist country but one minority is the region joe who are muslim and they have suffered longstanding persecution. of the majority over again john have traditionally lived in rock kind state many in and around. in october twenty sixth seen the army began a siege of the city. there were reports of mass killings rape and of tens of thousands of russian just seeking refuge in neighboring bangladesh. the me and mark government has always maintained these reports were exaggerated so al-jazeera arabic correspondents and i'm in doubt we travel to me and mark also known as burma in february twenty seventh team to investigate for herself.
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the conflict between me and mars ethnic minorities and the ruling burmese majority that controls the army is one of the world's longest ongoing civil wars the united nations and other agencies have repeatedly accused me and maher of widespread human rights violations and genocide. on. the land. arrived in gone the country's largest. to find a large demonstration in progress. the military government was dissolved in twenty eleven and sends to cheese party then won a majority in both houses of parliament in the twenty fifteen elections but has not yet succeeded in addressing the country's long standing ethnic conflicts.
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on on monday a call put on by libya. this is the time that you know we've got a government that we're going to be best government that we all the what we all want will we all believe that this time we don't have to fight each other we have to do have a dialogue to you know to have little to debate a better country would be for the time that you know that we are all the people standing up together to kill all britons. but there didn't seem to be any sign of the real hinge at this demonstration. to send them as protesters about the problems suffered by the rain in june. so that you're not up on the bottom and they're not having concrete know it on the scene about the same ooc happening that's a mistake i met idea to see out there are there were over
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a million brain jamie mark they say they did in what's now rock kind steam for generations but the million mark of raiment continues to maintain that their illegal immigrants who came to what was then called the ira can after independence . rights activist about their disputed origins and uncertain citizenship status. are migrating to brandon. and there we. if it is of this country. we had a voting record with our people many people were out of the running election we have a time limit or there is an i.r.s. sukumar mochas hummin i don't hanker after the military in ninety sixty two and the great changing their behavior. after the delta abuse ninety eighty two citizenship law. just admitting to borrowing up people from does
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citizenship as the government and through or was not from this going to and they are not us it is them the illegal immigrants from the battle out there with us wise to only going to going to deny we are not bangladeshi we are not the people who can migrate to from bangladesh from any dye we had the back of that this land from centuries. before the british rule. us you behalf that. produce very rarely will question because you are already issued many going to visit me and you want you recognition you have to state also issued a statement as relations and then always see and then everyone talking about what they were got to. do it. but through which you every time was my question is why.
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me and mark had been tightly controlled for decades and journalists banned from much of rakhine state for some time. but i have to fish eat eat some amateur video from nando there were burning houses and revenge appearing to flee but some images of human remains were too disturbing to show up just here i needed to find out more about what happened in one tow in twenty sixteen. went to the capital of frack kind state city. way rangel were allegedly forced from
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their homes there and put into camps. from sittwe a she planned to continue on to madoff. but soon after her plane took off there was some unfortunate news. a prominent lawyer coney had been murdered at tiangong airport. been nk san su cheese legal adviser for several years he was also a muslim a member of suchi is ruling national league for democracy party and helped create the office of state councilor that enabled her to become the effective head of the government in twenty sixteen. sittwe a was at the center of serious violence in twenty twelve hundreds of rahane joe
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were killed and tens of thousands forced to leave their homes in the city and move to nearby camps. in february twenty seventh teen it was difficult to find any range on the streets. there was no call to prayer and it was forbidden even to enter any of the mosques. salaam wanted to enter one of the camps near sits way but it was heavily guarded by the army. other. it's up to. them to fly for the full
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measure of safety that's the lead up. to. what happened. just write my name so my congressman my phone number so on but in this it doesn't report into the office. that's going to spoil. your. meal you know maybe. the comp was not only have pretty guarded but strongly fortified by barbed wire
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fencing it looked much more like a prison than a camp. the range and live in huts here they say they fled their homes after being persecuted by the ethnic burmese they allege that buddhist monks were among their attackers they relied heavily on non-governmental organizations and were restricted in their movements their ability to marry in their educational opportunities and their access to health care. first of all i want to thank. you. both even more i am in a confident also that. you have learned to love something akin to a living how that might be because it was a letter. that you had the landlady talking. much of
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that among us can manage you can feel like a. comic how michael would say we haven't. selamat the camp's so-called doctor but it turns out he had no medical training or qualifications. but that it would be. a money a job not on your life and i would love only. sugar you didn't show but you money that in the edit room me over the movie so good you know i just. didn't want to see the money. on the lawn with. but i thought. military or.
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we're divided. by the never lived. in the connecticut with the. young. but i want to go to the busy home shut. out of. that we're. on the. on the move and we are going to. from the. video with
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maybe maybe from the maybe we don't make. the big move out of the valley the low but they are not. moderated by their lovely live by their own and i get the. money. they've got to come to their member. of the. big new deal with. its accountants mind and suffering. many rangers seem to have been there for years. and these children appeared never to have lived
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anywhere else. mohamed took to visit a woman suffering from joint pain but he warned her that they were both probably under constant surveillance. after an out of town there at the when you're looking at them. or. something. like. that gift. giving connected mohalla tough. i got a good getting money out of the nothing with my video that we have an hour i. never
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had a movement out there would have on their own mother to. get a ha ha ha ha ha round lot of. know about it marley and me i mean the idea but i'm going to do what it would up farmers are from above all that i mean are they will not be. young and young young either one of them would love it. but there were an individual. who does it is the most popular religion in me and maher some have accused rightwing monks of being prejudiced against muslims particularly there where he just. said i want to visit a monk to ask him about the situation. ocasio
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one would free up what he thought i let you fraud allah. will let you know he. little. but now i. will go pick up on that i could not yet. do the i mean moving. you know grandmother and here he had little to cremate even when you're not ready yet he knew who. she grew. up with him when you were a young man. that you have known. by. the public figure who is the real thing and not just a. nine to one loving knocking on your ass the second time she could little
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five month. not going to be out for that but who check that you have to go before the accent free yet the head of cox and the un for you can still ask something could be up and up on people but that can be nothin for what i'm not and how we are going to the length of my hobby i have got i go through that big not from up long i'd be paying you to produce it here we have mining about would you like not without the mining and it wouldn't work out of. the market grew up with food without decent mining have it on me. and loves you here i'll be the child on the roof who would not be here among the lucky come up and go out of the field i might get goofy while he did the plan there because obviously if i think. if lennon and love built. this up it could be
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a kind of a if a limit on having it but i didn't see the. room even with it i thought it would be rude to. go oh yeah maybe go. do good now go where you love it. but shouldn't i have a problem that. the one who won't get another place who want to mean me and my time i'm not going to get any kind of one who might decide to come back better to him. without which she took them up and got me that way she will. still have it tough going no good no way needed like that much of it tell me nothing of the letters get out. can you get my lovely bill of. varied and come out get above them up they'd be nice. but yeah i mean it yeah. we gotta see the mckenna. behind the
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rule. yeah. although only a movie that did up. with a little. italian are put up in your book only if you're. in an interview in early twenty seventeen state councilor and sense to change a knowledge there were problems in rock kind states. she didn't refer to the ringette by name but said that ethnic cleansing was too strong a term for what was happening. she said that there was a lot of hostility and talked about people on both sides of the divide a divide she stands she was trying to close.
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to find out more about the region just citizenship problems headed for another part of the tway to meet a community leader she asked about the claim that the row hinge on migrated from bangladesh. hell fundamental member. the rules are being levied on hold the award yet the mahmoudiya vehicle much easier. than it really that. much to learn general of english. german. t.v. that it uses danny with little. me in mars nineteen eighty two citizenship laws did not recognize the marine child and this has precluded them from gaining equal rights. but the government
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has to be sure to what are called white cards. at the time this was viewed as a commitment to ground the rain just status that would enable them to apply for citizenship . zones osho disallow these whites id cards. that they got a few got what that. did get up the pole mystical nick. and all the money but you don't democrazy it we were. then you have it. written down the seine will not. need it that. will be viewed all the same are.
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never made get to our legendary beard if you are unable to give it to a beat it will be not. only a song on obama not thousand it better not to be dirty they are more noble. who are so we have. i don't go about. their that a slew of it i'll move out of the well what zozo was referring to was the government's move in twenty fifteen in which it asked the region just to handed their white cards in return for new papers categorizing them as bengali of all that all of them are. you know one or two gonna look most muslims in a good mood and i will not. give it a mob out the whole will all go to the whole obama in the hope of really not move him the money or money of it the money or not get it into the water looked up the
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music upbeat and look at the movie again. coming up in part two there were a hinge a women who fled to bangladesh with harrowing stories of their alleged treatment by the army in broad kind states. put a muzzle but that. club is on the other really well and then it would take to get that the mother automated it would be a good one as he did get in and it would be by the court of law that are going to be gallant i am just. to train and equip the opposition in syria so they can help push back these terrorists people in power investigates how the us supplies soviet style weapons to its allies through private companies and the us government could wash their hands
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and say well we didn't know where it was so weapon that was supplied by the us government may well end up being pointed at us soldiers yes absolutely pick it up that's me two months after the fact until america's gone the secret pipeline to syria on al-jazeera lead their lives that's. created the modern world. the slave trade to include language the geography and the very fabric of human civilization upon it were built the great western palace and was constructed and hierarchy of races but how did it come about and what became of it. the slavery is coming soon on al-jazeera every weekly news cycle brings a series of breaking stories join the listening post as we turn the cameras on the media and focus on how they report on the stories that matter the most.
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new yorkers are very receptive to it because it is such an international city they are very interested in that global perspective that al jazeera provides. and i'm down in jordan and with a quick amount of the top stories here on al-jazeera at least four palestinians have been killed in an explosive exchange between israel and hamas the israeli military says thirty six rockets have been fired from gaza but it intercepted several of them is rather telling i did but that and hamas sites in the territory with air strikes under simmons as the latest from gaza. deep into the night intent six danger. from the factions here by rocket and from israel strikes right across the strip up to twenty of them and precision targeting it would
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seem certainly the vast majority of the strikes were against what is described as military targets canada's prime minister justin trudeau insists his country will always speak strongly on human rights saudi arabia froze ties and banned new trade deals after canada urged the release of jailed political activists the saudi foreign minister says canada is to blame for the dispute argentinians have been protesting for and against legalizing abortion the senate is debating a bill that would allow terminations during the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy a vote is expected in the next few rounds at least one thousand people have been arrested over what the venezuelan government says was the attempted assassination of the president nicolas maduro wasn't when explosions from a drone interrupted a parade in caracas on saturday he's blamed the opposition colombia and a group of u.s. finances for the apparent attack some opposition figures have been stripped of their parliamentary immunity over the incident the government of the democratic
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republic of congo has announced that president joseph kabila will not be standing in december's election instead he is backing the former interior minister emanuel. the former first lady of ivory coast has been freed from jail after being granted amnesty for her role in the civil war simone bad those husband are wrong refused to accept defeat in twenty ten triggering a conflict that killed three thousand people she was sentenced to twenty years in prison and twenty fifteen. the u.s. says it will impose sanctions against russia over an attack on a former spy in britain earlier this year the state department says russia used a nerve agent novacek to try to poison a script l. and his daughter in soulsby in march the kremlin denies any involvement. well those were the headlines and news continues. to.
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mean maher also known as burma had the bottom million range at the start of twenty seventeen they're muslims and say they've lived in what's now known as rock kind states for generations. but official and public discrimination led to widespread violence in twenty twelve and tens of thousands of friends moved to refugee camps by early twenty seventeen thousands more had fled to bangladesh but numbers have now reached about seven hundred thousand with the un finding evidence of human rights abuses including gang rape murder and torture. al jazeera arabic correspondent salaam hindawi this it'd mean maher in february twenty seventh team to investigate how the rangel were being treated. and i want to come. out of.
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every. car. me. or. that yanno. and her film crews every move was closely observed by paying close police. on. a walked a short of the end and i will call you a dog had a cow. boy we're not talking about shadow i know about the hog not yet donna.
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you mean. yeah right eat and watch and watch. what. they ate meat is. highly. shane and. it's. still wary of the police who are all hinge a man showed said a video clip from an isolated area of mondo in rock kind states. what happened. is a member of crew and the police supremes. where my dorm and
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a number of the unmarked police were killed by an armed group in rockland state in october twenty sixth seen. this reportedly sparked a series of attacks against a range by the army. special government committee was set up to investigate the violent. but it found no evidence to support the allegations of atrocities against there were hints despite these powerful images. was given more video by humanitarian organizations the images were again graphic appearing to show violence arson murder and torture.
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and of. some of the images were simply too horrific to be shown on television. i had planned to travel on from scituate to mandalay deeper interac mine state but
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the police refused to allow it. me and mark can often be a very difficult place for journalists to operate. instead i met a member of the rock kind national party who had served on the government committee that investigated the alleged violence against the rangers in october twenty sixth teen. could have done and on he when they can. do of these are you me are you believe that you did a lot you know double of being leo was a bully of an emoji that he needed anyway you cry to really are. these are the big alleviate the entire area to be the go to. go.
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double is terrible area to whom you wrote that much as i do go to little mode if you will. he doesn't appeal or don't. only need to remove any need to which all of you and he made me do much either not now you know ari monday night on the new year on change i'll do it the new dick who will run will go local celebrity by to join a lot of them that alliteration. asked why there seemed such think of feeling against the rancho drilling everyone. from over the general devolved to the iraqi government general blown up the way. they're trying to gin up here is a joke. think by bizarre that roy doubled it. to have not only a moment generally try but the other people with different views of what it will
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would. love even as it was there would be too general a soldier a kind of oval office general being the home. of a growing doesn't of it who are your me you cried with a big will decrease of the rubble of the comic relief. in february twenty seventh team the u.n. reports to a raft of human rights violations after interviewing over two hundred russian jock . in march twenty seven thousand it announced a fact finding mission to me in march but in june twenty seventeen the me and marc government said it would deny entry to officials taking part in the un investigation. meanwhile me and mark continue to receive financial assistance from india israel russia and the united states which lifted sanctions against it in twenty sixteen. scilab mehta former director of human rights watch in me in march
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now an independent observer. the military is still the major institution in this country and the military still has extraordinary powers guaranteed by the two thousand i consider to sion twenty five percent of the seats in in the parliament three k. ministries that really controls a lot of the country massive troops all throughout the country. they run huge parts of the economy they don't just get one of the the biggest shares of the national budget they also have extensive business interests throughout the country . asked what the situation was like in mandell in february twenty seven thousand there is no doubt that there is a new phase in the conflict among or with the appearance of this militant group that has staged violent attacks against the security forces and has killed a number of security personnel however. the threat posed by this new group.
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is is disproportionate to the scale of the security forces responses. what about the role of nk send suchi. aung san suu kyi doesn't have a role in this she hasn't done anything and when she is effectively the leader of the country and she stays relatively silent about the abuses going on and does not make a public call for the security forces to rein in their behavior and call for calm. an ability for any violations have taken place then she's been in dereliction of injuries as i was a bit julie elected leader of the country i'm so she's really been absent when the home voicemail as a leader needs to be heard quite simply i think the military and the government of blocking people from going into northern longo because they have something really horrible to hot i think they're all indications through satellite imagery into the government's own admissions and through credible reporting coming out of the area
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that there has been extensive human rights violations and they want to hide the extent of the of the abuses against the civilian population that's a cover up. and i decided to make one more big to try and get to maddow shaking off her minder and arriving at the ferry terminal at dawn. sort of and that i could little by law but up to thirty could assist me i had to get out but as of that there wasn't enough but they don't want in her cell phone was an additional. mandell luck and i felt at that that that. shortfall here meant to be ahead here at the dock.
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to. libya. why i knew better michel. why i misread a mission to the. place to find out. if it does tell you that the. the police stopped before she even got close to the ferry. i meet their mission. but it will be it will all get if i don't get. no paper no trip to man.
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the alternative was bangladesh. in late twenty sixteen and early twenty seventeen with tens of thousands of or hinge i began fleeing there to escape the violence in iraq kind states. again salaam could not gain access but british members of her film crew were allowed to travel. they would broadly follow the same routes as they were hanged across the nafs river which separates the two countries a hazardous journey for the or henge on foot but i'm going to let you know that i voted for do not already.
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it's now estimated that around seven hundred thousand two hundred john have fled to bangladesh since august twenty seventh team. this prompted them to set up security posts and checkpoints along the border with me and mar. once inside the country the crew had to pass through further bangladesh. checkpoints where they posed as tourists and used hidden cameras.
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which if. any of the them there was the summon index or. even there was the military intelligence maybe this innocent most of them. would use the day to live the usefulness of them. it is the better difficult. but when trying most of. them you can see the bismark. soul food. there were a hand job by the side of the roads. in
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order to continue filming the crew took a side road to avoid attracting the attention of the bangladeshi police. they came upon one of the many unofficial hinge refugee camps in bangladesh to. these refugees were living in the most primitive conditions in locations rarely seen by the international media. even by the standards of makeshift refugee camps this was
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a miserable existence. the crew spoke to a group of ranger women who had recently arrived from mandal. but i sure do most of that event was a very wise and now. question i wonder why some of them are moslems and it is very . odd i know those are the harness of the quote i thought a hollow permissive look at the heart of god in mind you were done once about an idiot on the side you were to. get out of the bigot i want to be done is i better mindset i know i did i need you to. sadler's it in now or in a zen master and then you're no good you can get the lot i need to put the hunted in the back. room. be outlawed again in about a month but the man i know i did my job. for might manage to have more. of a. businessman and. i actually did have those with an.
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employer. who can call it hard to have it a mindset hossam wanted that gave. it a time to get on one job. done over the. there and joe women all tell similar stories of their treatment to me and mark. what a little they did it i had a. and plus i don't. buy it at all i'm not a done not by your. area got out of that i didn't them a lot of our guys to manhattan and out of the got that are there are a mob i can out of their studio had a mass and. decided. to sell to the louvre i did learn a little bit more. about them without the need for grab that i want you to monkey little boys will. blow me up.
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i'm going to take it you know i thought of who they give it you hear. from so what i did one hundred years old i did a mamma says little that is so good about adoption above i'm old and. cut it out of one hundred but. no matter that i. know math i had to be down and out i've got to and got to get into a bit an anomaly about an anomaly now i had into the heart of me i'm one. of another animal i only love like with the eyes of this will know that you know. i thought i was on the. air in a. manner
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. that really wasn't a good. club as on that of a. blow in the don't believe what it is that i will do not but i gotta. tell you there and i began by good bye and there's another one of about a not on it and i thought i'd get it out. and to get it out i thought i would manage it all about what i'm going to project that there might have been out of there you are all. you're my boss and often as not me i and worry about the down. to the the mother to make it wouldn't do that either get in the way that would be by the court a lot of her going to go down when i am just a. thought out there was hard enough that actually doesn't get that worry about the little pin is known by all the wood as she looked on by that the wood at the bash it or that it would been that he would not but i should have been on our own i guess at that year. after fleeing this terrible abuse
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these women refugees were living in appalling conditions although some camps have since been improved by aid agencies and the generous help of the bangladeshi government like this one. however the rains have already arrived in bangladesh and even this site and its occupants will be at serious risk if the rainfall is heavy and deets to flooding. since and i'm handout these reports in february twenty seventh hundreds of thousands more will hinge on have sought refuge in bangladesh in fact it's now estimated that there are as many growing jane bangladesh as there are remaining in me and mari. meanwhile human rights organizations the un and the media have struggled to gain access to
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rock and state together first hand evidence of the alleged human rights violations . in september twenty seventeen the un high commissioner for human rights. a say in spoke out because myanmar has refused to human rights investigators the current situation cannot be countered yet so it cannot yet be fully asserts but the situation remains or seem use a. textbook example of f. . closer. than in june twenty eighth amnesty international published the results of interviewing over four hundred people in bangladesh and within raw kind states they revealed the plans and systematic military campaign with satellite evidence of attacks on villages in which only the ranger homes where satellites villages were surrounded by the myanmar military soldiers swept through they opened fire on men women and children
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as they were running away and they systematically burned down that which is and what this shows is that this was not the work of rogue soldiers or units involved units across a large area but this was a pattern carried out and therefore suggest that it was a pattern carried out pursuant to a common plan. amnesty also joined the international voices calling for those responsible to be sent to the international criminal court. was unleashed during twenty seven states clearance operations recently ended in but it is a zero and it reached out and made absolutely no mistake the pricing is you know we actually about right now porsche or starvation either land mines and targeted large scale in the us enough runs us so serious and they should be worth it internationally such a referral is not guaranteed as the i.c.c.
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has no jurisdiction in me and mark and china would almost certain devi to any such intervention in the un security council. the main mark government continues to deny any human rights violations meanwhile it's not clear firstly what can be done to enable the range and bangladesh to return safely to me in march. and second to enable the international community to call the mian maher government and its security forces to account. for their treatment of what the un has called the world's most persecuted people. play. some journeys are tougher than others. but this road trip is even tougher
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than the closure of the truck there it's dangerous there's al jazeera world follows the moroccan truck drivers in danger in their lives. just to make a living if you crash they might break your liver or even kill you because of all these long food. from a good idea is to die hard on al-jazeera. it's a story of survival. it's a story about how people led to. my body to the way. they could eat and how that instinct helped them from the financial crash i will
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continue as long as i can stand. this is a story about iceland. welcome to look at weather conditions across the americas snow in north america we saw some pretty warm air across the eastern seaboard that would temperatures in excess of thirty degrees for many areas indeed orphans account of the twenty eight in ottawa rain again in parts of the southeast fine conditions across many parts the west and the safin northwest looking pretty warm there seattle well into the thirty's calgary two looking pretty hot so move through into friday again fine conditions for calgary but slightly cooler conditions for seattle showers likely across the desert southwest you'll notice but los angeles drive the temperatures thirty one down into central american sun pacific coastline of mexico is threatened by a series of storms but largely they expected to remain offshore nevertheless there
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are plenty of showers around during the course of thursday showers all the way southward towards panama and costa rica but the islands the caribbean cherry looking pretty good at the moment lots of sunshine around and temperatures just into the low thirty's into south america going to shows run into northern areas as we'd expect but drawing as you come further south we have this area. of low pressure just affecting your acquired which is expected to pull out into the south atlantic so we should see a brighter conditions coming on but i'm not so we should see some sunshine in buenos aires with highs here fourteen degrees. capturing a moment in time. snapshots of other lives other stories. providing a glimpse into someone else's work. on al-jazeera.
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