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tv   The Stream 2019 Ep 41  Al Jazeera  March 13, 2019 7:32am-8:01am +03

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a deal and that means that we either have to have a deal which means to resume a steal or we have no proxy to talk and the e.u. would much rather we had no products to tool than leaving without a deal parliament will most likely agree former vatican treasurer has been sentenced to six years in prison for sexually abusing two choirboys cardinal george pell is the most senior member of the catholic church to be found guilty of child sex offenses he was convicted by the story in court in the case which dates back to the one nine hundred ninety s. before giving the sentence the judge said pell's case was complex in your case this complexity is exemplified by the fact that on the one hand i must punish and denounce you for this appalling offending you know on the other hand i am conscious of the heavy reality that i am about to sentence you a man of advanced years who has led an otherwise blameless life to
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a significant period of imprisonment which will account for a good portion of the balance of your life. andrew thomas has more from melbourne. a small cheer went up when the crowd outside court heard the sentence as it was broadcast over speakers here on the straights the judge had spent well over an hour running through the reasons he was about to impose the sentences that he was before he actually revealed what those sentences would be he talked about the gravity of the offenses the power imbalance between the archbishop on the one hand and to thirteen year old boys on the other but he also talks about cardinal pell's ill health and his eye and his otherwise good character and incidents of consideration as well the unprecedented interest in this case the fact that pal had saved the gauntlets of people shouting at him screaming at him as he walked in and out of court each day that his experience of prison will be that much worse than it will be for people of
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a lower profile only that considered he said meant that he was imposing an overall sentence of six years of which kill at least three and a half before he is eligible for parole will cardinal pell is appealing his conviction that will be held in june that's a pale but in the meantime he'll spend those days in prison and he could be in prison for a lot longer beyond that. cardinal george held conviction sent shock waves through the catholic church the most senior catholic figure ever convicted of sexual abuse has been in prison awaiting sentencing since late february now he knows how long he's likely to remain locked up though it was a priest in rural australia who rose to become archbishop of first melbourne and late to sydney as australia's most senior catholic he oversaw the church's response to accusations of child abuse by others when a freaking clarrie was held looking into that he had to defend what many saw as
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a coverup. but it didn't slow his career by now hell there's a cardinal at the vatican in charge of the church's finances and close to the pope that life ended though when pelle was personally accused of sexual abuse in twenty seventeen he was forced to return to australia to stand trial i am innocent of these charges. but twelve members of a jury in melbourne disagreed believing the word of a victim over the acts of the former archbishop the shock was widespread many question the verdict of former prime minister was among those to give character references for help in the hope of lessening his sentence pell is appealing his conviction that appeal will be held in june but until then at least help remain in jail and return us out as. a wave of groundings across the globe european
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nations china and india have joined the growing list of countries suspending the flying of the seven three seven max eight aircraft it follows an ethiopian airlines crash on sunday which killed all one hundred fifty seven on board it was the second major accident involving the aircraft in five months for the us aviation regulator insists the model is safe and sees no reason to ground the planes john hundred has more. as investigators begin the first full day of their probe into the cause of a second deadly crash more and more of boeing seven thirty seven max aircraft are being grounded u.s. aviation officials insist the aircraft is safe but a growing list of countries say that until they get the assurances they need over the safety of the seven thirty seven max it is banned from their airspace u.s. airline passengers and an american flight attendants union share their concern u.s. senators are joining growing calls for the plane to be grounded well i think out of an abundance of caution and frankly common sense it makes sense to ground aircraft
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has been involved in a two very tragic accidents and all the six months the seven thirty seven max. eight should be grounded immediately. there is no reason for american flyers to be less. than. china ethiopia argentina mexico and now apparently the united kingdom but boeing insists the plane remains safe saying it has full confidence in the safety of the seven thirty seven max the biggest users of the aircraft american airlines and southwest continue to fly the plane as do several foreign carriers and at the moment based on our safety assessment there is no requirement to take any action aircraft that safe to fly speculation into the cause of the two separate crashes is centered on flight control software the u.s. federal aviation administration plans to require
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a software enhanced meant that boeing says will be deployed on the next fleet in the coming weeks boeing says the update to maneuvering flight control and pilot display software would make quote an already safe aircraft even safer passengers might be confused but investors have reacted decisively they have hammered boeing stock costing the company billions of dollars in market value boeing had hoped to use the. plane to overtake airbus in market share but now the company is just struggling to survive there is precedent for a global ban in two thousand and thirteen boeing took its massive new dreamliner out of service to resolve a problem with battery fires now once again boeing is struggling to hold steady through the turbulence john hendren al-jazeera chicago. mall from the boeing headquarters in seattle boeing insists that safety of its passengers and its crews is priority number one and it says that it understands why some other
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governments around the world and the airlines have decided to take the seven three seven max out of service until investigations are concluded into what went wrong in indonesia and in ethiopia but the company says at the same time it's relying on guidance from the federal aviation administration here in the united states and the f.a.a. is saying that it is found no systemic problems with the seven three seven max and therefore has no reason to order it to be grounded the company boeing says that it has taken on board all of the available information and according to what it knows it stands behind the safety record of the seven three seven max and says there's no reason for boeing to issue any new guidance to plane pilots or
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operators at this time. well still to come on al-jazeera tensions flare at one of the most sensitive religious sites literalise. and out on the streets again is the new prime minister small in the jury's demand their presence that's down immediately. how low the weather remains father unsettled across the middle east would you believe yet more rain in the forecast and a fair bit of cloud that's making its way to where rob sees a wet weather was a pushing towards pakistan the loss of cloud just around the east side of the mediterranean sea spilling into the levant somewhat the weather was
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a possibility then some wintry weather a possibility across the the turkish mountains see some rain making its way towards cyprus twenty three celsius in beirut make the most of that will struggle to get sixteen on thursday behind flea it will sunshine in the process that wet weather that still that's going to make its way across iraq will see some cloud and possibly some right to into kuwait process guys coming back into pakistan karate getting up to twenty eight degrees celsius this sort of temperature we have seen recently here in cattle gets up to twenty six celsius almightiness day little cloud coming in as you notice for thursday possible to see some shabby right for some that as we move into the latter part of the way we see somebody showers recently a side of south africa they have cleared away still very concerned about a tropical slot and that's making its way through the mozambique channel central parts of mozambique saying terrific mounts a frame for thursday with damaging winds. the weather sponsored by
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rejected prime minister to resign may's breaks that deal for a second time it plunges the u.k. deeper into crisis just seventeen days before it's tuesday leave the european union and peace will now get a vote of whether the country should meet with al to deal for the vatican dreiser's been sentenced to six years in prison for sexually abusing two choir boys when the strain in court called no george palace the most senior catholic worldwide to be held guilty for child sex offenses new zealand has become the latest country to ground the boeing seven three seven max eight aircraft it follows a similar decision by european nations china and india on sunday in ethiopia now on its crash killed a whole hundred and fifty seven on board u.s. aviation regulations insist the model is safe. for as well as government is investigating officer. for the massive power outage that's left many. without electricity first. brandy why though a us puppet accuse the u.s.
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of mousing a cyber attack on the country's polygraphed. blaming years of corruption and incompetence for the blackouts that is about as well as capital caracas. freedom chanted people on the streets of caracas on tuesday they responded to opposition leader one way those calls to take to the streets once again. one of the social worker who says any change was this situation is horrible for all social classes i only get minimum wage and we can't buy anything there's no water white i was telling venezuelans are on the right path and his popularity has been on the rise why they all went around telling venezuelans they're on the right path he's popularity has been on the rice since he declared himself into a precedent in january little did look out on it there is mourning pain and horror with what is happening in the country we need work and strength and the darkness
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this regime has spread this murder i don't let them take over our hearts the biggest challenge of one way though on the opposition are facing today is to keep the pressure against the government to go in people we have been talking to their state that they're already struggling to make ends meet they have a candidate for to be on the streets every day. many civilians have been trying to cope with power outages for days but even though electricity has started to be restored water shortages are now the main issue relations between the united states have been us will continue to deteriorate when venezuela ordered american diplomats to leave the country within seventy two hours. accuses washington of being behind what he says was an attack against the electric grid. but the united states says it was washington that decided to leave but the regime also cannot in our view provide security. for the embassy in the situation caracas is deteriorating so our decision
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was made. really fundamentally without regard to what the regime wants or thinks the chief prosecutor tatic sab is also asking a promise a supreme court to open an investigation into why they are alleging that he was involved in the failure of the power grid for the army. and you investigation has been opened that adds to another one carried out during the month of january against a citizen one paid out of the wire matic case for he selects duplications in the sabotage carried out to the national election system that happened since thursday march seventh. why the law remains defiant and vows to continue fighting against what he says is an equal last mughal illegitimate rule. algeria has sworn in a new prime minister to try and end weeks of anti-government protests former interior minister noted in by the way replaces ahmed were here by the way is seen
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as a loyalist of president i'm jealous these bits of who announced reforms on monday part of lyrics are also delayed a full selections said he would not seek a fifth term thousands of algerians have returned to the streets despite concessions from the government and they want present bit of tony's inner circle to step down immediately they're also demanding action to address high on employment and corruption. kurdish led forces in syria say they've killed thirty eight deisel finds is in their final assault on the armed groups lost on live syrian democratic forces have been bombarding boys for three days where a number of eyes of fighters remain the operation intensified after a brief pause to allow civilians to leave yes the f. says three of its fighters were killed during the latest operation what are the. syrian border. this is the third night running the bubbles is coming under intense
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shelling and airstrikes there had been a lull last week allowing fighters to surrender and civilians to be evacuated but earlier in the day spokesperson for the syrian democratic forces that's the kurdish forces on the ground leading this battle have said that the battle for bubbles is coming and then that's probably why we see this intensification of strikes and shelling now in the air strikes also stream important simply because on the ground the kurdish forces have been advancing very slowly they are trying to minimize their loss which could be a cure because of the fire or indeed the land mines and booby traps left behind by the i still fight as they retreat further in.


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