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it's in the last 2 years and kuwait is the mediator but there was no way that it could be shared with saudi arabia and the u.a.e. as long as the boycott was in place and the boycott is about much more than the world cup will be in war khalifa haftar has rejected french appeals to put a halt to the fighting in the capital tripoli talks between i have to president to mario mccraw and paris failed to reach an agreement on a ceasefire after us forces have been fighting troops loyal to libya's internationally recognized government based in tripoli for weeks now. i want to update next here on a 0 then if the bill is not passed then this house will be faced with a very stark choice to resume his final push to win support brigs a deal fails to convince the opposition but also some in our own party. in the u.k. suffers a crushing defeat at the u.n. vote on the shadows island.
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the weather sponsored by cattle and ways. welcomes another look at the international forecast to get some slightly quater weather now into southern parts of china we still got a few showers just around the south china seas into the gulf of tonkin high land could see some light showers over the next couple of days but it does look a little quadrant of the southeastern corner there hong kong you might just catch your chap 29 celsius what's the weather there across northern parts of vietnam easing across into laos in the picture as we go on into friday i feel brighter there for hong kong but i think is going to hear that wind coming in from the sea sticky conditions too into the philippines into where much of southeast asia borneo malaysia saying that long line of showers there pushing up into somalia right up into the gulf. summerall the wet weather for a time said it was
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a to the day shatter really backing away as we go on towards the weekend 35 celsius the top temperature in bangkok and that cloud on the right you can follow it a little further north with 7 policy may well see the start of the monsoon rise just pushing their way and see how the cloud links right back aim to sri lanka piles of india a few showers in central areas still about the hate 43 cells just from that pool not enough a little bit as we go to friday. the weather center and weighs. one and a mad to try now settled in towns and villages. but many are unregistered and invisible. toxic spores into you know none of them have citizenship al-jazeera world. people. right out and into the persons can see the. statelessness in lebanon. on
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al-jazeera. again this is al jazeera let's just remind you of the main news this hour hundreds of protesters been arrested in indonesia's capital following a 2nd bite of demonstrations against the reelection of president joker widodo there are reports that the u.s. can see is considering sending more troops to the middle east this against the backdrop of tension with iran earlier members of the trumpet ministration downplayed the possibility of war with iran but strongly defended the military buildup in the gulf and football's world governing body fifa has abandoned plans to expand the 2022 world cup tournament. to include $48.00 teams.
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britain's prime minister tourism is resisting calls to resign after her latest briggs plan appears a backfire mazed new pitch failed to win over both the opposition and her own party one of her senior cabinet ministers the leader of the house of commons andrea let's resigned after saying she doesn't believe the new proposals can deliver briggs's the revised plan included a possible vote on whether to hold a 2nd referendum once the legislation passes the 1st stage if we are going to deliver bracks it in this parliament we are going to have to pass a withdrawal agreement and we will not do so without holding focus on the issues that have divided us the most that includes votes on customs arrangements and on a 2nd referendum we can pretend otherwise and carry on arguing and getting nowhere but in the end our job in this house is to take decisions not to duck them so i
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will push those decisions to this house because that is my duty and because it is the only way that we can deliver bricks it will be ongoing uncertainty over briggs's has been blamed for the collapse of british steel the u.k. 2nd largest steelmaker as lawrence lee reports thousands of jobs are at risk. exactly a year ago pritish steel produced this corporate film glamorizing what goes on inside its plants in. high quality tailored manufacturing the sort of thing the u.k. used to be feigned for all over the world. one year on the accountants of moved in british steel has collapsed putting some $25000.00 jobs in direct jeopardy the government it seems was unwilling to provide just $30000000.00 pounds or $40000000.00 to keep it afloat the opposition cannot believe it but also mr speaker want to express. behalf the labor party might outrage that the government has again
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failed our steel industry putting 5000 jobs at risk in british steel 20000 more in supply chain this government has failed those people the government will work closely with the official receiver and prospective new owners to achieve the best possible outcome for the sites the government is providing and indemnity to the official received who is now responsible for the operations we will take every possible step to ensure that these vital operations can continue the irony isn't lost on anyone that the news of the demise of british steel comes one day before european elections in which the conservative party is expected to receive a thrashing and the story of british steel plays into a much wider debate about brics it and the future of british manufacturing. has been blamed in parts for the demise of british steel just like hundreds decision to close its car factory in the west of england it's widely thought the so-called hard bricks it would lead to the closure of nick's sand in northeastern england as well
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to many voters the points of the exercise was to get politicians to pay more attention to their communities it's not happening the reality is and it's an uncomfortable truth is that we wouldn't be having these difficulties in the way in which they're presenting themselves this week if it wasn't for the decision to leave the european union perhaps the most startling statistic around british steel is that over the last 2 years alone china produced more steel than the u.k. has done since the industrial revolution in the 19th century maybe politicians think it isn't worth trying anymore but they don't have any other alternatives for people in scunthorpe it's difficult to explain a situation where the government can find $5000000000.00 to renovate the parliament building and another $5000000000.00 to protect the country against the worst of a no deal bracks it and yet cannot find the money to protect the u.k.'s steel industry or the been explaining it so voters is anybody's guess. yes lawrence lee
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al jazeera in london the british government is considering lodging a complaint with the united nations over a damning report on poverty in the u.k. the report from the un report on extreme poverty says the government is in a state of denial about the 14000000 people living on the breadline that it goes on to say the u.k.'s social safety net has been deliberately removed and replaced with a harsh and uncaring ethos. turkey's main opposition candidate for the mayor of istanbul is launching his election campaign for the 2nd time from him among blue won the votes in march beating the act party candidate but he was stripped of that victory the election body cancelled the results after accusations of irregularities by president earlier ones governing party the head of the un relief and works agency for palestine refugees appealed for urgent funding at least 1000000 people are dependent upon food aid from on raw in the gaza strip the agency says that
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funding is running out fast and that it can't afford to have any interruption in food distribution but israel is hit back its calling for the elimination of it has accused the agency of inciting violence against israel. failed to date the gathered 3. that they did only knew 30 again the they do have either the. mandate must come to an end. i can simply not accept that i'm president that the efforts that been run takes every single day in one of the most polarized if not the most polarized context on the planet to preserve the integrity dignity and neutrality of his operations be questioned in this manner i rejected robustly and the permanent representative knows that because we have had these conversations before in northwestern syria rebels have launched
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a counterattack against pro-government forces fighting has been intensifying in the area since last month as he responded jump jhoom reports. in northwestern syria these rebels are advancing on pro-government positions in the town of kufa in the buddha this operations under way as government jets attack opposition strongholds according to the syrian observatory for human rights dozens of fighters have been killed on both sides this is part of an escalation in fighting since the russian backed syrian offensive in it began last month. and as the violence has intensified so has the humanitarian crisis syrian forces seized control of cuffing a buddha in northern how my province in early may that area is largely controlled by the have you to show an armed opposition group formally affiliated with al qaida in syria. now hundreds of thousands of people living there are caught in the crossfire dozens of aid groups are calling for an immediate end to the conflict
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saying conditions have reached a crisis point in my out of the norm and people say the town's marketplace was crowded when it was attacked by air raids. not go on a russian and regime plane struck the area of the mosque it's a crowded place in the middle of the cornish street. shops are destroyed the flesh of the injured people is on the floor people are collecting their belongings the strike hit an hour before the morning ramadan meal but according to the u.s. it may not just be conventional weapons that are now in use in syria the state department says pro-government forces may have carried out a chlorine gas attack on sunday in the region security experts say that would be very disturbing if proven true quite frankly they have a negative track record in that area so i wouldn't be surprised at all they are in really this falls to russia it's raining and because russia is the patron russia signed the agreement with the united states half dozen years ago or syria to get rid of its chemical weapons it will guarantee that and i mean again we're seeing
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this issue and it's really something that needs to be punished. crosses all red lines. the state department says it will respond quickly and appropriately if it finds evidence of a chemical attack a statement that comes just a day after more than $400.00 u.s. lawmakers urged the trumpet ministration not to pull u.s. troops out of syria. and just. allies of philippines presidents were treated to have won a landslide victory in last week's midterm election that's despite criticism of policies that the president has pursued in his 1st 3 years in office john allen dogon reports from the law. after a bitterly contested campaign lasting 3 months it is official the philippines has a lead. enough candidates from rodrigo to 3rd his administration to put the senate on their almost full control of the president that's
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a devastating defeat for the opposition liberal party run by former president. its influence has severely weakened over the last few years and the campaign was no match for a well organized administration to solidify the 3rd disconcert all for the remaining 3 years of this presidency but many say the electoral process wasn't free and fair there are reports of widespread vote buying across the country and a 7 hour delay in the release of early electoral results has led many to question their credibility. ranging from number one. we're not. going to. which never happened before. we're wrong we'll have. we'll have. we'll have. but
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a. problem our. work program gore and the one who are ok. opponents say he is growing relationship with china is a threat to the country's sovereignty and his so-called war and drugs has left more than 5000 filipinos dead. i mean marcus the daughter of former dictator president for didn't marcuse won a seat in the chamber reveal air returning senator and former actor won another seat despite being charged with corruption when he was in office those in the opposition say this is possibly one of the least inspiring line ups in recent elections but widespread criticism over how the elections were conducted and threats of. the commission on elections were not enough to stop the proclamation and a greater extent growing political influence. china
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is accusing the u.s. of the economic bullying of its tech firms foreign minister. says u.s. sanctions on chinese companies such as walk away aimed at hindering his country's development ranks comments come despite washington's decision to temporarily ease restrictions on the chinese tech giant china's 3 biggest airlines are demanding compensation from boeing after the troubled 737 max fleet was grounded china was the 1st to take its fleet out of service when a 2nd 737 max plane crashed in ethiopia killing all on board investigators think a flight control system problem was to blame for both crashes the un general assembly has demanded that britain give up control over the silence within 6 months claims that it was forced to give up the territory in the indian ocean in exchange for independence the move is a diplomatic blow to britain and the u.s.
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diplomatic editor james bays explains. a humiliating defeat for the u.k. and its ally the us in the un general assembly countries voting overwhelmingly 160 nations in favor of the people who still live on a small group of islands called the shah goss just 4 countries voted on the side of the u.k. in the us back in the 1960 s. britain did a secret deal with the united states to build this military base on the largest of the shah diego garcia the islanders were forced to leave their homes more than 50 years on earlier this year the international court of justice ruled the u.k.'s actions at the time were illegal in 1968 when marriages gained its independence from britain the share goss was split off from the rest of the country so that the base could be built one who. that any country found to be engaged in an
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ongoing wrongful act by the highest court of the word would hasten to make amends why will you not listen to the international court of justice to the un general assembly and give these islands back to the people they belong to. the island surrounded british suffering i want to make that point very clear that's point one. point 2 this is a bilateral so she then outlined the british government's detailed legal position so i followed up with another question the principle don't the showgirls people though have the right on their side the united kingdom sincerely regret the manner in which the chaika where we moved from british indian nation territory in the 1960 s. and seventy's the shag also islanders say they'll continue their long protest they say they just want to return to their we left a paradise we were done. we were left.
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there was no support the british did not look after us for the people of the shire goss the best hope now probably lies in the unpredictable cauldron that is post the brics it british politics the current u.k. opposition leader jeremy corbyn says if he is prime minister he will abide by the international consensus and hand the shadows back to its people james 0 at the united nations. it is good to have you with us adrian from going to here are the headlines and i'll say are hundreds of protesters have been arrested in indonesia's capital following a 2nd bite of demonstrations against the reelection of president joker widodo parts of jakarta. a bit on lockdown following the deaths of 6 people and rioting on
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tuesday there are reports that the u.s. department of defense is considering sending more troops to the middle east that's against the backdrop of tension with iran officials have told reuters and the associated press news agencies that defense officials will go to the white house on thursday to discuss a possible deployment earlier members of the trumpet ministration downplayed the possibility of war with iran but strongly defended the military buildup in the gulf war now from mike hanna in washington. according to these reports quoting unidentified defense officials these are point that are up for discussion that will be presented to president trans national security advisers in the course of thursday now the reports put the number of troops that the pentagon wishes to deploy at anywhere between $5.00 to $10000.00 along with other resources such as added patriot missile batteries more nabl warships in the area the pentagon itself
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has been approached for comment today will not speak on troop movements basically declining to comment in any form football's world governing body announced that the 2022 world cup tournament in council will not be expanded to $48.00 teams usually $32.00 teams participate but in 2017 feet for decided to include more teams in the competition last year the organizations president's journey infantino so the change could come into effect in $22.00 but those plans of now been scrapped qatar's put on the sea and land blockade by saudi arabia the u.a.e. bahrain and egypt since june 27th. britain's prime minister's reason may is resisting calls to resign after the latest briggs's plan appears to backfire may's new pitch failed to win over both the opposition and many in her own party the leader of the house of commons andrea let's step down over may's breaks of policy and there's the headlines the news continues here on ars here after today's inside
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story next. what's next for weiwei as google restricts access to its technology how will consumers in the industry be affected and could this change the course of the ongoing us china trade this is inside story. hello and welcome to the show i'm sam is a major technology companies are considering their next steps out of the u.s.
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president blacklisted weiwei the chinese firm is accused of endangering u.s. national security american suppliers have 3 months to keep supporting weiwei uses before they have to cut ties google says it'll carry on updating its software on existing weiwei devices but new handsets won't have access to google's operating system and applications that's raising questions about how the world's 2nd largest mobile phone maker will adapt while ways founder says the u.s. is underestimating his company's abilities. although this time we're on that blacklist our own company won't be affected by it but the u.s. is a country with the rule of law u.s. companies cannot avoid respecting the launch as the media reports on this they should deeply understand that u.s. companies share a common fate with us well let's have a look at how we got here last week the u.s. president donald trump added weiwei to
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a trade blacklist that means the telecom giant can't get technology. a jew from u.s. firms without government approval washington says while away acts for the chinese government might have been spying on americans while wade denies that though the u.s. is urging its allies to ban while away products in 5 g. mobile networks in some countries have stopped using the firm's equipment all of this is seen by many as another escalation in the u.s. china trade war. let's bring our guests into this show we have joining us in washington d.c. robert scott senior international economist at the economic policy institute on skype from hong kong pauline lu a veteran china policy risk analyst she runs the research consultancy asia analytical and in preston of the u.k. max i's a lecturer in computer and network security at the university of central lancashire
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he specializes in security and consumer trust in new technologies good to have you all with us if i could start with robert though this isn't the end is it what happened with google we're about to see even more companies follow suit and end business with weiwei right. exactly i think this is where we're coming here at a critical moment as the 5 g. networking systems begin to be rolled out in the united states and other countries and there is growing concern there was always technology represents a real threat to the curity for the u.s. companies in the u.s. government if its equipment is used in these systems the company was hit with i think 23 indictments earlier this year for theft of intellectual property and for prop fraud the cia has determined that while a is getting funding from chinese security agencies and and the company vodafone has found back doors in some of
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us technology that it chinese or sources to get access had no access to information used in these systems given everything robert has said let me take this question to pauline the commerce department older means that u.s. companies which want to sell to while away need to get a license in practical terms given everything rubbish just outlined then the allegations against it how easy would it be for u.s. firms to sell to while at this point i mean to get a license to sell well it would depend on how easy washington wants to make it whether it. is. in the trade discussions over whether it is and i believe it is. in the 1st step to look for a wind it just it's really the 2 countries it's not just the functional a it sounds
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like you feel that this is highly politicized this is not just about a straightforward security matter. but security is everything for a country if you believe that a company or whether it's a commercial company whether it's a government run company is and can do your nation harm then then it becomes a different story altogether and it's and don't believe it's it's a matter of commercial competition that you know that who are way is a commercial competitor i do believe that washington thinks that while waste more than just a commercial competitor it's a security risk and this is obviously a very serious development for weiwei isn't it max how will it impact the company when eventually i think after the 3 month period it looks like no u.s.
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firms are going to be able to sell or supply any technology or components to it. well it's it's really interesting these times when a big company like wa way is coming under this kind of pressure the customers one side are raising a lot of the questions and concerns i mean in the last 2 days since today a lot of you were started asking these questions can we still use this phone can we can we actually trust to use this for one guy or been my online banking should i actually go and buy a new form so in the short term there's a lot of concerns of trust issues emerging especially on the security side of you know mobile phones and technologies from the customers whether we're talking about current customers or future customers. it is a really tricky situation for
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a while at the moment. it's obviously an issue in consumer trust but coming back to why weighs options right now i wonder robert can while we quickly find alternatives to those u.s. suppliers well one of for example take the google question i know has announced. that what they get from google in part is the is the end droid operating system that it uses on many of its phones. has announced that they've developed in the process of developing their own back up operating system for those phones so i suspect if they can probably given the fact that they have access to massive state resources in china they can probably innovate their way around this problem and survive. the question is whether or not
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. they're. their major markets will be cut off in the united states and especially in western europe i think you know they will probably continue to be able to sell phones in china and elsewhere perhaps in many countries in asia but i think is going to this is going to cut its growth going forward that is an interesting question before we get into want to come back to max and say even if they they find a work around if they can innovate their way around this one or there is going to be some impact on huawei uses who will any sort of innovation be able to get around the trust issues and get around perhaps the loss of well for new customers the loss of anything related to your google apps basically. well. you were saying that they were preparing for this eventuality they
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were you know they call that plan b. which means that they were thinking about they were. developing their own of rating systems. they have a history because in china they don't have access to google services anyway and they have like a middle track so they can actually pull the security update and any new things from google on android and push it to their customers in china that maybe the who they had the momentum for for users in the u.s. and perhaps other parts of western europe who are used to having access to their usual apps saying well we can open up an alternative chinese app store for you is my not really meet people's expectations and needs right. that's true indeed you're absolutely right because a lot of evil like the feasibility and the usability of android phones because they
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have google maps installed they have google everything is ready and done for you now to get used to a new system is going to be very challenging for for our way to gain customers it's faction and customers trust i mean we see people a little bit reluctant to novel from an apple phone to an android phone because they don't want to you know to experience this change they want everything to run as a smooth as possible so it's very challenging to see how the ball will react to a new store a new technology a new operating system it's not an easy road for a while but in the in the future stephanie nani's erode pauline do you agree with max's point there thing where we're heading is that effectively was always going to be locked out of the u.s. market not only because consumers in the u.s. and perhaps western europe are going to be you know not very happy with losing their access to the app store. but also because the u.s. let's not forget has also is going other band about banning its companies from even
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installing hallway networking equipment new poor all that together is how are we basically out of the u.s. market. well if washington continues with its policy the way it's been. to what china yes i think one way is essentially out of the u.s. market not just the u.s. market but many european markets i mean it is true people don't want to change you have an i phone you want to go to an employer given and i want to go to an eyeful and you certainly don't want to switch over to a plumber or system people by the way phones i believe because of the price not because. it out they they like it's a pretty system because it doesn't happen it takes western technology do you think the u.s. will continue with this approach or is this just perhaps
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a tactical maneuver in trade negotiations what do you think robert. well i think we really have crossed a watershed and in the development of our relations with ship with china i think there's a growing interest not just in the u.s. government but amongst many u.s. companies and stepping back from engagement with china is a recognition that the way its government interacts with and supports. companies like wall way is. represents a growing threat to the united states not only on a technological basis for example we talk mostly about phones but i think the bigger question is what the use of what way networking in the development of 5 g. networks in the u.s. and around the world i think that's really a major threat so i think there is
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a growing recognition that we really need to step back and disengage and reduce our reliance on these chinese companies and this is true not just for awhile way we saw it last year in the debate with the chinese. phone companies e.t.e. there's a currently a big debate about in the u.s. about. involvement with the chinese rail car company which has provided rail cars to los angeles and chicago and philadelphia and this great against concerns that the use of these rail cars spread presents a security threat to consumers who are writing in them with their phones so i think there's really a growing recognition that there's a systemic problem here that we need to step back from. max no doubt some of our ways rivals can have a field day with this is going to reshape the market and who stands to gain well. see how things will develop because at the moment like you just mentioned earlier
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there's a 90 days timberly supply that will continue i think the decision google has taken even if it's withdrawn later you know during negotiation or anything like this i think while we got the message that they need to develop their own system they need to develop their own apps. and like i said before it is going to be a challenging task for them in the short term future for their users following what do you make of the suggestion that as fierce as the bans in restrictions not now the u.s. might just lift them or hawaii just as it did before on t.v. they did not let everything what they did was to put in a lot of conditions for its operation i mean for instance they've even got an american reporter to be sure that you know they're watching everything that's been
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done they change the entire management so what the deuce perhaps lancer been focusing on is oh the t.e.a. got good or true well actually it's a little bit less than guts do you see that sort of scenario potentially playing out here pauline that perhaps some conditions are put in place in why ways welcome back into the american market. and i can really see i mean basically the question of why our way isn't i mean are they. you know are they spine can we prove that this by the question is do they have the means motive and opportunity if your country and china. law will always have the means motive and opportunity to do you harm and i think the answer is
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washington in the present climate is a big yes talking about washington let's go back then to robert and say let's not forget some of these bans in restrictions are obviously going to hurt american companies right which are they going to see some of their sales drop i think we already saw the share price of some of these companies on monday like broadcom and qualcomm drop. there's going to be some suffering on the u.s. side right. there's no question and i think that's the other side of the politics here that the suppliers are got may push back against these restrictions i think that's part of the reason why as e.t.e. was eventually let off the hook and it was it was allowed to settle complaints in that case but the 2 cases are really fundamentally different in the earlier case with the z. t. . the major complaint there was was fraud and that they had violated u.s. restrictions on trade with north korea and iran and they were able to put in place
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the controls within the company to make sure that problem was not repeated here we're talking about fundamental security threats as as we've been discussing in terms of creating back doors that would expose the u.s. to to ready to harm. as a result of china's security system having access to. to secrets from both the government and the private sector so it's a trade off yes in the short run we're going to lose sales to while away but in the long run there are going to be replacements for that equipment that are going to be developed here in other countries so new markets will develop so i think it's a transitional problem for us suppliers next follow a path security perspective how unique the shall we say national security concerns to while away compared to any of its competitors all alternative systems.
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i think the main concern from a national security point of view is the technical ability for weiwei to. to install doors or have ways to access information or ready there is also a growing concern that if huawei wants to install like ready kill switch to to shut down the network. that could be boss a bill from a technical point of view it is possible now whether while we do it that that's a completely different issue but do we know max have any are other alternatives instant on platforms special who have the exact same features or backdoor skills which is i mean how much do we really know about what's going on not only with y. way but with the competition well it's goes back to
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a trust issue i think the the main issue with weiwei is there are links broadly to the ready chinese state with other companies because they regard themselves as private companies they don't have government so links so they are more trusted they come across more reliable in the market because they are more about computer sharing more about providing a good service to their customers and they operate on an international level as i said before they are trusted they've been tested before. so that's why they are there is more tendency to trust these providers encumbers into why we lately. pauline how much concern do you think there is into art let me give robert chance going you want to get in on this one go ahead robert. i just want to stress the
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broader point i think the difference between chinese companies like wall way and say a company like apple in the united states which has had its own security problems is that in china you have the role of the state as we've been discussing you've got a big problem with state owned enterprises and beyond that you have the involvement of the chinese army and other chinese military services directly and indirectly in these companies sometimes it's. in a public way some more often it's not and i think that's really where the core security concern right now lies is that there is a different way of operating in china right right pauline is that how much concern is there in china that opus had been that this is really part of a trade war if it's not resolved well maybe other chinese companies might be targeted lenovo open and so on so forth oh i think there is a great deal of concern that this is just the start. list
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of companies that might be put on the practice so that's why christensen in pink has been making visits. this week to read sections in places like that to say we do have free telly options. so yes china is very concerned what will kind of retaliatory options does china have at this point . well it seems to be basically 2 that are cost effective $1.00 is as i said because china has effectively cornered the market. on rare earths and the current that people don't seem to think about is the market of one point full. 1000000000 people and with that sort of market you can capitalist companies really want each other quite of them so it dangle
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a bit of character and you hope that there will be a lot of company. lot of money washington on your behalf robert 2020 lections not too far away how far do you think the u.s. president wants to see what i guess you could say u.s. companies and consumers suffering. well i think that's a really a big question you know it terms of the chinese market it's it's still for us producers for production estates is a relatively unimportant we export about $100000000000.00 a year to china we know where the goods most of its raw materials that they need to make things work for back to us we import about $500000000000.00 worth so it's a $5.00 to $1.00 ratio there china as a market is more important to companies like g.m. it's selling cars they're making profits there that they cars that they make in china but in terms of the production in the u.s.
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it really doesn't register very much the question is what does trump going to do about this is he going to cut a deal are all these threats really just designed to generate some kind of press release that he can announce or is he think for his 2020 campaign he's going to be better served by having an active. in economic sense a shooting war by having tariffs across the board in place is that going to be a symbol to his voters that he's really doing something about our trade problems i for one think. the bigger question is has he actually achieved anything with these policies yes it's a good idea to address the security concern but has he addressed fundamental concerns such as the the overvaluation of the u.s. dollar if you promise to do he has done nothing about that today i guess time will callus been fascinating and it's been fascinating discussing this with you thank all of our guests at this point full of this discussion robert scott holy noon and
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that's the sound. we're at the. camp for palestinian graphic al-jazeera in world news i really felt liberated as a journalist was. getting to the truth as i would that's what this job. again adrian fenty get here and the top stories this hour hundreds of protesters have been arrested following a 2nd night of violent demonstrations in jakarta they're angry that president joko widodo was declared the winner of last month's election 6 people were killed and rioting on tuesday florence louis reports from jakarta. day 2 of protests in jakarta and
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a pattern emerges as night fell the situation tend to follow tao protesters threw fireworks and other objects at police who after holding. back initially fired tear gas and chased them down police say they've arrested more than $250.00 people that they got because after questioning of the suspects admitted that they were told to riot and that it was claimed we are still looking for the person who gave the instruction in the money. it was a different picture earlier on wednesday morning where the crowd was small and peaceful these are supporters of probably. who ran against president joker we don't know in last month's presidential election and the previous one what it was but last i mean they cheated on us and 2014 we don't want to happen again enough is enough one never had so little going to getting justice through the courts is impossible with the government we have so we come here we don't care about our safety we are prepared to give our lives as protests spread to at least 2 other
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cities president joker widodo has called for calm but also issued a warning so. it will work together with anyone to advance this country but i will not tolerate any one of these rights to security democratic processes in the unity of our beloved nation and got any. has refused to accept the election outcome and has urged his supporters to demonstrate against it so i urge everyone the police the military and all relevant parties to restrain themselves and avoid violence as they express their aspirations. the change they are shortly after pressed the delivered his victory was. likely to continue. which is when we expect from. the last the presidential election to play to the constitutional court the challenging the election outcome the indonesian capital remains on edge with parts of it under lockdown $50000.00 police and military
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personnel have been put on duty as protesters show no sign of giving in florence lee al-jazeera jakarta there are reports that the u.s. department of defense is considering sending more troops to the middle east that's against the backdrop of tension with iran officials have told hughes agencies that defense officials will go to the white house on thursdays discuss a possible deployment mike hanna reports from washington. according to these reports quoting unidentified defense officials these are points that are up for discussion that will be presented to president trans national security advisers in the course of thursday now the reports put the number of troops that the pentagon wishes to deploy it anywhere between 5 to 10000 along with other resources such as added patriot missile batteries more nabl warships in the area the pentagon itself has been approached for comment today will not speak on troop movements basically
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declining to comment in any form football's world governing body fifa has announced that the 2022 world cup tournament in council will not be expanded to $48.00 teams usually $32.00 teams participate but in 2017 feet for decided to include more teams in the competition last year the organizations presidents johnny infantino so the change could come into effect in 2022 but those plans have now been scrapped qatar has been on the sea and land blockade by saudi arabia the u.a.e. bahrain and egypt since june 27th. britain's prime minister to resign may is continuing to face pressure from her own m.p.'s to step down after one of her senior ministers resigned from the cabinet mase do you pitch fail to win over both the opposition and many in her own party the revised plan including the possible votes on whether to hold a 2nd briggs's referendum once the legislation passes the 1st stage is the
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headlines more news after al-jazeera world stay close in lebanon next. worried people were once a nomadic tribe and used to bring their animals to the pasture lands of what's now lebanon for decades if not centuries. today's tribe members are descended
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from bad women who roamed the arab peninsula and the levant for hundreds of years but now their nomadic life is over. they began settling in lebanon in the 1920 s. and continued through the fifty's and sixty's. the establishment of modern nation states with defined borders and a series of droughts gradually forced them to give up herding and their traditional way of life. political system is based on a sectarian power sharing agreement. politicians opposed to changing nationality laws say it would affect the demographic balance in the country. some of today's older generation were granted lebanese citizenship in 1904 but are now unable to pass this on to their children. a whole generation of the avoid
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like some other groups in lebanon have become invisible citizens stateless unregistered people living a precarious existence on the margins of society. this is the story of one such group around the town of us in the bekaa valley. area i don't know where you. are. and i see. it as an island of a lot of it a lot of the art and the idea out of all i mean. i don't know the london center. a little bit and i was a country and when had gone so vile about young to not often see without a lunar lady and the whole iran doing. what we do.
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and i. would not. be forced that permanent key in. the jews to stephenie between summers in lebanon and winters in syria and i suppose i'm not going to show you this or. can. know not how it is only on the reality. of not one not one on one. or. many no. no no no how do you know with a nod of. how you go to chop. the establishment of borders between lebanon and syria forced to up where you had to change their whole way of life.
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the ones moved freely from place to pace without restrictions are legal formalities . today they obviously need travel documents to move from one country to another but also within lebanon. but their legal status has not evolved in line with these changes. and this is the good thing money collimation you're going to see what i heard. about the lottery and you. were down a little bit as a matter of you know now russia much way over look you've been an amateur you've been injured and i do. know some of these and use. them a lot but i know in an opinion about when all of them and. a dumbbell
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but but. the fish i'm sure we get out of the not how we have done in ohio and the new one. that is you. know we. had but out of our not with only when people think that. the geological model of any you put a lot of that fear. in their nomadic past the worried were stateless but free to move were pretty pleased. today young men like holly and marvie cannot move within the country they settled
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in the old romantics teacher snus has turned into a lack of the basic human right to have a nationality. and you say hey you're high up in. the higher demand did you see amanda she. i. think yeah ok and which i wanted to include. the largest number of woman. then it was certainly that you were there then. well i don't know your heart. surgeon. yeah i know have an issue about the yeah and i just have a certain image and i'm up at 100 i'm reasonable and there were i made you.


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