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these were reported but the damage was significant. from the get go we are calling on the united nations mission in libya and the international community to do their part to protect civilians and face the aggression that has been targeting civilians. the target appears to have been numbers of the beast the parliament which is controlled by have to realize they broke away and established a base in tripoli of that have to his forces began their offensive to take control of the capital civil civilian locations have been targeted by have jets says the fighting began in southern tripoli. last month many people here call it a war crime and are demanding the perpetrators be brought to the international criminal court. 15 days of fighting between hefted his forces and others loyal to you and recognize the government have taken nearly 500 people have
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been killed more than 1401 did and about 70000 forces from their homes. the protesters say they will continue to protest every friday until hefted his forces move to the east of the country. tripoli. saddam's military chief has arrived in neighboring egypt on his 1st trip abroad since the army overthrew the former president to share. health talks with the egyptian president. the meeting has been closely watched by protest groups who reject any interference by egypt's egyptian government says the 2 are quit on the priority of supporting the free will of the sudanese people. well in some of the stories we're following clashes have broken out between saudi backed forces and hoofy fighters near the yemeni city of ties the reports of loud explosions and
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clouds of smoke in the area local sources are saying that a soldier was killed in the fighting funerals have also been taking place for the victims of a saudi u.a.e. as strike in the yemeni capital last week the 6 victims include 4 siblings so it reports. the. family friends and neighbors before the last islamic prayers for those killed in last week's coalition air strike in sanaa. the coffins lined up one by 14 of the victims were children from one family 3 brothers and a sister the family's only surviving son was in the same house as his brothers and sisters when the airstrike hit. still my 4 siblings were killed my sister she her my brother abdul rahman khalid and wassim my father and i are the only survivors we're here to bury them our home is destroyed. as other family members said their last goodbyes was the children's father sat quietly seemingly
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loss in despair but he still soon turned to justice and i don't remember the aggression on yemen isn't just may god avenge them they killed my 4 children for no reason. this is attack is a reminder that no one who you see controlled areas in yemen is immune to the sounds of it strikes was dozens of others were injured in the attack including 2 russian health workers. yemen's capital sanaa has been held by the filthy since it ousted the internationally recognized government of abdul rubble months will head in 2014 the airstrikes and renewed fighting in yemen's for data port city have further complicated u.n. sponsored peace efforts to end the 4 year war that has killed tens of thousands of people and pushed the country towards the brink of famine sort of played out. still to come for you on the news hour the leadership race and jockeying is
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underway to replace british prime minister to resume a as breck's it continues to gulf u.k. politics. forced disappearances in bangladesh families demand the immediate release of opposition activists who say they have been secretly detained by the government . and install with peter roger federer pays down his chances after 4 years away from the paris clay. un maritime tribunals has ruled russia must release ukrainian soldiers and ships at sea during a standoff in waters off the crimean peninsula the hamburg based tribunal called on russia to facilitate their release immediately and urged both sides not to aggravate the dispute but russia did not attend the hearing domenic cain has more
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several of her country's sailors and ships have been held by russia since last november so on saturday ukraine's deputy foreign minister led her delegation here at the international tribunals for the law of the sea in search of justice in contrast russia chose an empty chair strategy seemingly unconcerned by the possibility of an adverse ruling. the tribunal consider is it appropriate under the circumstances of the present case to prescribe provisional measures requiring the russian federation to rule is those 3 ukrainian naval vessels and 20 full detained ukrainian silversmith and to a low dome to return to ukraine. one of the judges on the panel was russian his was the only dissenting voice among a panel of 20 a moment of success then for ukraine for out this is
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a pure greek theory there's what we asked did you know and 2 of you now clearly the that all our vessels and our crew should be released immediately the tension between the 2 governments has been high since the russian annexation of crimea in 2014 which is why some legal experts believe bringing this case has been part of a wider ukrainian strategy ukraine is definitely in a very very difficult situation and they try hard to. acquire judgments in favor of their legal position in order to increase political pressure in order to make it possible to for the presidents to sit down and come to some kind of agreement but the russian government is clear who it believes is at fault it says it's detained the ukrainian vessels and crew for violating its territorial waters a criminal act according to russian law this ruling is pretty clear the minister has what she wanted but the russians want to hear the russians don't have what will
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really happen in moscow following this judgment until we hear that it's likely these sailors may not be going home any time soon dominic came out zira at the international tribunal for the law of the sea in hamburg. now to south africa where several ram opposed has been sworn in as the country's president while his party the african national congress won the may elections it did suffer its worst showing ever a new president has promised to tackle endemic corruption and unemployment that has now reached 27 percent for me to mill has more from pretoria. the president there that would place raise up your. help. so. in front of thousands of south africans so ramaphosa took his oath of office well this is the beginning of rum a process 1st full term as president he came to power 15 months ago when jacob zuma
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resigned amid corruption scandals his party the african national congress is struggling to recover from the damage caused by suma and internal conflict will run a process calling his presidency a new dawn he's also acknowledged his party's failures in recent times our people have watched a some of those in a home they had invested they are crossed 4 have summoned up to the temptation of power and richard. they have seen the size of the various situations of our democracy eroded. and resources quando their challengers not a what country they are huge and they are real. but they are not insurmountable among those where it least 50 heads of state and dignitaries and more than 50000 people many south africans see them oppose us presidency as the
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government we committing to working for them from of course those used his address to reassure south africans they'd be an end to unemployment poverty and inequality is promised a better life for all promises the thousands of people here have heard many times before. the question for them is whether the president will not allow up to his pledge for the a.n.c. governments provided millions of south africans with running water electricity and free education is being criticised for the slow delivery of services at 27 percent more south africans than ever before unemployed we are expecting a lot of jobs to be there the best from them not only him but if he at large be out be told it's their option. to stop the sale of the slightly expect that they do decisively with corruption to take our culture for what and i know all the investor will come back in the coming days and of course as expected to name
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a new cabinet he's under pressure to rid the government of ministers who underperformed or implicated in corruption but he's also facing the risk of further dividing the a and see if his appointments don't appease factions within the party but for now it's a day of celebration for a man who carries the hopes of many south africans from al-jazeera pretoria south africa. or here in the u.k. politicians from the ruling conservative party of launch their bids to take over from to reason may the prime minister announced she will resign next month triggering a leadership contest that's already seen several candidates step forward the contest is likely to be defined by the candidate's positions on of course that of former foreign secretary leading bracks a campaigner boris johnson is currently the favorite to win. so let's take a closer look at how this could impact the negotiations with the e.u. and speak to press alec stewart to the director of the center of bricks studies at
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birmingham city university thank you for taking the time to speak to us so all eyes now on the leadership contest that has been a long time coming the front runner as you is saying is the former foreign secretary boris johnson. but the favorite to win in such races isn't necessarily the victor what are your thoughts on his prospects. no ourselves the course is clearly the raging favorite one poll suggests that it could affect easily 40 percent of the vote tory party members as a person say dominic rob and i knew about this than 20 percent but of course what does it mean to to win in those circumstances a pm johnson and it was yesterday reaffirmed that he would be leaving that they want the end of october deal or no deal would still be facing a parliament before the remain a majority of the risk clearly no appetite at all to leave you with no deal so he
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would he or she would still face the same constraints that a reason may do. and that the e.u. appears to be preparing for a bar a stance and premiership that is the expectation in brussels isn't it now he has indicated that he is prepared to leave the e.u. with no detail but if he wins this leadership contest do you really think he is prepared to leave the e.u. at any cost. but barsukova suspend that source that famous in the past that you terms that of course one can recall prior to the $26.00 a referendum every pay and drop basis for both remain and lead sides so i wouldn't be at all surprised if the prime minister as opposed to or the leadership came to the powers took a more prosaic pragmatic attitude to the actual realities of facing an ideal exit from the e.u. wouldn't surprise me at all and i think i wouldn't put it beyond possibility that if he were in that leadership position facing all star parliament they might still have to ask for an extension to the other 50 period yet again i can easily see that
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happening yes and now a minimal might brussels be to an extension of article 50 their current position is that they are not prepared to reopen the withdrawal agreement they don't want to continue negotiations but there have been the is subtle differences in the position of emmanuel macro to france versus anglo-american of germany. yes these positions were certainly there in the run up to the last granting of this current extension americans by a lot of noise about being britain where this and a merkel course was more conciliatory i think to you kate things are paramount here one is that the issue of the northern autumn backstop and the withdrawal agreements on offer in general none of these things are going to be reopened to any alternative any different british prime minister of iraq still face the same fundamental constraints in that regard the 2nd jay point to consider of course is
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that the e.u. it made it abundantly clear that significant extensions really require a significant say check so i think if we were looking at a further extension beyond october the. trickle treaty day of an away game it would have to be something clearly iraq along the lines of another referendum and a public vote if you will or alternatively a general election for a. different tory to translate a stronger mandate and in fact that's the only way i could see any any sort of public indorsement no deal would ready be a promise to barroso some of the brics city for example but to try to pursue that they would need a stronger public name but to do so actually i don't think that will happen because polls suggest that any better quarter if you try populous in that regard actually would support lead in the e.u. with no deal so i still think it's more like it a lot that will get an extension because of these reasons thank you very much professor ags thereto with your analysis that direct to the center backs it studies
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at birmingham city university. can. you still with the news out life from london much more still ahead u.s. president donald trump lands in japan as the 1st state guest at new and present not he to. make him of every success deadly consequences to some who scale the wells highest but over crowded. and it's all change at the top and cycling 0 to tally at the task the details a bit later. hello again welcome back to international weather forecast here across europe we have seen plenty of unsettled weather over the recent days across much of central europe now into eastern parts of europe and western russia as well will be watching new system down here across the med over the next few days but all the last few days we have seen so much rain in southern poland we have seen flooding renewed across much
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of that area now it's a little bit of easing here on sunday so rain is pushing a little bit more towards the south but as we go towards monday notice what happens here across the mediterranean this low pressure begins to develop we do get some windy conditions perfectly cross parts of sicily and here on monday rome is going to be quite a rainy day where the terms are there are 20 degrees also up here towards the north we do expect to see some rain coming through northern germany as well as some winds there where that same system across the mediterranean is going to cause some windy conditions and some rainy conditions here across the northern part of africa so for algeria tunisia as well as into libya it is going to be quite windy we think here on sunday as we go towards monday the system slowly makes its way a little bit more towards the east we get a little bit of a break across the coastal areas but from morocco it is still going to be quite nice in robot at $27.00 degrees and maybe some clouds coming over here across parts of egypt with cairo seeing attempt of 36.
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the pollution is palpable. delhi shares the symptoms of many modern metropolis but it's unique features have been got in a crisis. people in power investigates the toxic mix feeding the city's invisible killer and asks why. more is not being done to relieve the citizens. form of jersey or. al-jazeera as their what a story breaks but it's also the to see what happens next situation. is fired by the barriers for a model barricade of the 47 streets that lead to here the movies now is we will about change people have gone near the area the mission of the national army is to search the entire complex i love just your stories about telling it from the
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people's perspective what they think is happening in their culture. welcome back recap the top stories iranian foreign minister homage of odds a reef says the u.s. decision to send more soldiers to the middle east is extremely dangerous for the region he's currently in baghdad for talks with his iraqi counterpart mohamad a high came about the rising tensions in the area. at least 14 fighters loyal to ward 105 to have died in fighting south of the libyan capital tripoli forces belonging to the un recognized government say they've pushed back against tough does fighters. and in russia's absence
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a un maritime tribunals has ruled moscow mist release ukrainian sailors and ships it sees last year during a standoff in waters off the crimean peninsula. well in all the stories we're following demonstrators in the bangladeshi capital dhaka have gathered to protest against forced disappearances calling on the government to release activists and members of the opposition who they say have been secretly to tend human rights groups in bangladesh say around 435 people have disappeared in the past 9 years while the abdel-hamid how small. yes there is no respect in their torment even during this month of ramadan where did they leave fasting is made more difficult by the longing for a loved one has disappeared into the pig justice system of bangladesh many unheard of for several years. despite repeated appeals now calls to stop in force disappearances are getting louder this one organized by the mothers call campaign
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a family initiative inspired by a movement in argentina through which mothers there called on the authorities to reveal the fate of their missing children their story is similar to that of these bangladeshi families one of a family member picked up on the street by security forces and never heard of again for those husband who was abducted on his way to a birthday party he was a student leader of the bangladesh nationalist party the main opposition force in the country personally this summer they are it was on the 2nd of december 2013 it was his friend son's birthday humans out with 6 friends 4 of them are sounding together at one corner and the other 2 in front of a shop suddenly security forces got out and picked up 2 of them and put him in a fan both were white 2 days later send us to his brother was also snatch along with 5 other friends from the streets of dhaka by men dressed in black witnesses say they were part of the anti terrorist elite force it was the eve of
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a general election every day when dying every day our each member of this family wait every night that maybe we'll get information maybe my brother will back other brothers will be back. so they should realize that they should take action or that it's not something government is implying as they want that you grant that they should accept that so that's our only only request to them so far authorities have denied any knowledge of the whereabouts of cindy does brother or anyone else is relative human rights groups say more than 400 people have disappeared in the last 9 years some have been found that but the fate of the majority of the missing bangladesh remains unknown couldn't the how many are. india's newly elected m.p.'s from the governing b j p of re-elected prime minister narendra modi is their
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leader a party won a landslide victory following a 6 week election in the world's largest democracy when gives modi a powerful mandate to implement his nationalist vision. meanwhile the us president has been speaking to japanese business leaders saying that he wants to address a trade imbalance between the 2 countries donald trump is in japan for a largely ceremonial 4 day visit and will be the 1st foreign leader to meet the country's new emperor not a heater but trade delegations are also working to thrash out a new bilateral agreement among the issues is a threat by trump to increase tariffs on japanese car exports with this deal we hope to address the trade imbalance remove barriers to united states exports and ensure fairness and reciprocity in our relationship and we're getting closer just last week u.s. revoked sports gain full access to japanese and to the markets in japan for the 1st time since the year 2000 we welcome your support of these efforts and we hope to
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have several further announcements soon and some very big ones over the next few months and wayne hay brings us this update now from tokyo. despite the fact that the white house and the japanese government had been saying that trade was not going to be a big factor in this visit by donald trump to japan i think no surprise that the u.s. president made it all about trade pretty much soon after he got off the plane in tokyo speaking to business leaders he referenced the big trade deficit as he has done many times before that the united states has with japan saying also that he wants a better deal the official reason for this visit is that donald trump will become the 1st foreign leader to meet japan's new emperor another heat oh at the imperial palace in tokyo but there is no doubt that trade will be discussed as well when he meets formally with the japanese prime minister shinzo abbay on monday trade
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negotiations on a deal are underway they started in april and we've seen the trade delegations continuing those talks over the last few days in tokyo having said that i don't think there is an expectation that they will be any significant announcement on trade while donald trump easy in japan and north korea will be discussed between the 2 leaders as well particularly after the 2 missile tests from north korea earlier this month we heard from the national security adviser for the united states john bolton he's also in japan he said that those 2 missile tests were clearly a violation of united nations security council resolution so the issue of north korea regional security will be discussed when donald trump meets shinzo up in. a british man has become the 10th person to die on the slopes of mount everest this climbing season robin haines fish reportedly fell ill on his descent from the
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world's highest peak weather conditions have made it one of the deadliest seasons ever on the mountain on friday irishman kevin hines died in the so-called death zone known for low levels of oxygen local hiking officials have attributed most of the deaths to weakness exhaustion and delays on the crowded route nepal is facing scrutiny though issuing a record $381.00 permits for this year's spring season well mountaineer alan hanks is the 1st and only person to conquer all 14 of the world's highest mountains enjoys me of a skype from darby good to have you on the program with us obviously drawing on your extensive experience in climbing and mountaineering what are you all for what are your. what is your assessment if you like of these fatalities could these deaths have been prevented do you think. well if she's rather tragic you always like to think that deaths could be prevented for 3 mounts noone is dangerous stress
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do happen and it was to sound flippant because it's pretty tragic goes out to the families of these people died you didn't really do i'm usually say there but for the grace of god you know with myself. boots you know there are lots of people never so the moment has been that remarkable photographs are in a queue of people who are at the top and not do as. does up to the risk if you hang around for several hours in the deaths and presumably it means that the most popular time of year when the permits issued when everyone's there at you know trying to get to the top of the summit that also baps means it's the riskiest time to be doing this in some ways. whether there is only one for the dish some it's about my everest plate and also when that photographs taken you know if the several 100 people attempting everest they're all going to try and not will that's why there was 200 i presume today there wasn't 200 attempts in it and believe in a lot between june and may there's nobody on everest after all it's completely
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empty but the chances of getting to the top a slim in june july august is the monsoon and there's a lot of snow and the rest you know it's too cool to windy up to avalanche prone so you know unfortunately you know you pay a lot of money and you pay a lot guards and local sherpas to help you get out there and then sometimes you can't get up there because it's blocked or it's too many people known of course if you have reached that stage in the journey of even vested all that time and training and money a certainly not going to turn back when you see a queue like that you're going to want to wait and try and get to the top of the summit tell us what it was like for you how long did it take that last leg of the journey how challenging was it or you know i was going to criticize a lot of these people have spent 40000 pounds which is a life saving to do it in the can afford to go but the following year you know that . multi-millionaires you know multimillionaires usually on the yachts than on everest when i did it i was lucky it was only is about 20 years ago and there was
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only 4 of us on the so it myself a friend and 2 nepalese to ship was brilliant i was actually that if you're not working as a cameraman so i had my expenses covered when i was climbing everest on the temp by that was filming an attempt by brian blessed it so i did feel privileged that i'd actually make money just to blow up planes on the planet you know and i looked around felt i could see the curvature of the snow looked around to the full amount and it will look seen when after i'm not next so we don't spend long in the snow meets i should point out to people you want to spend about 5 minutes on the summit of mt leverage you've got to get down you literally in the death suit where you know where you'll die within a few hours no chance of a helicopter is about 6 now 1000 meters so so people are risking their lives and it is rather sad that 10 people have lost their lives this year. thank you very much for sharing your experiences and your inventions versatile by the allen hanks
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joining us there from johnny. now calm has returned to indonesia's capital after protests over presidential election results defeated candidate probably asked the constitutional court to review the vote counting process meanwhile people in jakarta recounting the cost of a week's disruption adam thomas andrew thomas as more. people shuttling bundles of clothes from southeast asia's largest textile market earn about $30.00 a day so when violent street protests in jakarta manages to close the town and are buying markets janai idea dealers took a financial hit. problem here new growth last on busy days i can make 40 or 50 dollars so missing 2 days means i've lost nearly 100 dollars i couldn't give anything to my wife there was nothing violent street protests in jakarta or choose then wednesday night stopped much of the indonesian capital protesters were angry
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that official election results showed a big victory for the incumbent president jocko widodo over his more religious opponents. supporters shared their opinions on how the voting was rigged and the vote counting operation was run by biased officials. the violence led to road closures shops and offices was shut people discouraged from leaving home it's all had an economic impact which economists put in the 10s of millions of dollars. short term it will have a negative impact but long term if the government shows it can control the situation it could actually create confidence among investors and on friday opposition politicians appealed for calm as the lawyers launched a formal legal challenge of the election result the city has mostly returned to normal but it's not hard to find proposal supporters sympathizing with the protesters. something strange went on with the lists of voters and with the vote
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counting the witnesses on the site were able to do their job. but the mother mostly he wants life to return to normal he says his personal finance trumps his political concerns if this week's violence turns out to be the extent of the post-election troubles and the long term economic impact here will be pretty small the concern is that it would be more disruption i hate when the constitutional court releases its verdict at the end of june or beyond and to toss out to jakarta . thousands of people marching on albania's government building in the 4 month and the 4th month of anticorruption demonstrations protest as a demanding the resignation of prime minister eddie rama of accusations of fraud and involvement in organized crime the e.u. is urged both sides to find a peaceful solution after demonstrations earlier this month descended into violence with petrol bombs being thrown and police firing tear gas. how it's tasty
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nutritious is being touted as the next super food can your highness has been growing for generations and one of south america's most inhospitable regions well now the grain is being seen as a possible way to ensure food supplies in the face of climate change. are ports from toledo and bolivia at 3600 meters above sea level this desolate arab landscape in the end these mountains doesn't produce much but what it does manage to grow here is a grain with more iron zinc protein and calcium but it's cousin it also has a less bitter taste and them of the presidency than he meant for ancestors food production was an art the art of having a deep relationship with mother earth what we now call the environment they had to have a positive relationship. has that positive relationship to working with a husband and for children to grow and develop the consumption both at home and
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abroad as flower cereal bowls soup and more. deliberative i believe all products must have a fair price for the producer that it covers the effort he puts in but it should also be a fair price for the consumer so they can afford it and then if fair price for mother earth the cost of pollution a sustainable use of the soil. she's keen that they're all going to product does not go the way of sold at high prices in the whole food shops of london new york burlington elsewhere a so-called super food that the bolivians who produce it can no longer afford to go to be tough to survive up here both plugs and humans both need to understand the other lot just to survive and thrive but to provide solutions so they have a hungry world can yell what can withstand frost and heavy rainfall strong winds and even drought making it an ideal crop in areas affected by extreme weather cause .


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