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well and good but then it still does end the peace and the solace that i thought i'd get opposition politicians in hong kong are pushing for a vote of no confidence against the city's leader carry a day after she apologized for trying to rush through changes to the extradition law members of the legislative council have met for the 1st time since huge protests forced the government to suspend the bill with a vote of no confidence against lom is bound to fail as the opposition doesn't have majority in the legislature demonstrators say they'll keep flooding the streets until the extradition changes are scrapped together and lam resigned says sarah clarke has more from hong kong. this is the 1st time the list of council has resumes meetings since d the protests we've seen over the last couple of weekends the 2 mass rallies we've had which saw 2000000 people march in the streets on sunday at the pan democrats made a rowdy entrance they were wearing black they were holding white flowers other holes are holding banners now they made this morning's debate all about the handling of the protesters by police they've called on kerry lamb to resign over
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this it also called for the security secretary to resign over the handling of the excessive force that they accuse the police of using on those protesters the soft and also those pan democrats the protestant groups they will raise in the council meetings a no confidence motion in carry land now this will be the 2nd no confidence motion in carry land there was one last month but she survived 8 that motion simply because the government has the numbers that is expected by this afternoon now as for the protests and their next plans that the student groups have held a press conference today on wednesday they've announced that the deadline for tomorrow night at 5 pm thursday 5 pm for the government to meet those demands which is number one for kerry lamb to resign and number 2 for this extradition treaty to be withdrawn if that deadline is that has not been met their call for action is for students and other pro-democracy groups to rally around the lips of council building the government headquarters which is where we are now and that is for friday. the u.n.
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refugee agency says the number of people who fled want persecution worldwide has reached. a record high it's the good show 71000000 people were forced from their homes by the end of last year it includes 26000000 people who've crossed seized deserts and border fences to leave their own nations and $41000000.00 who are displaced within their own countries the 1st time venezuela has topped the list of new asylum seekers with 340000 looking for refuge in $28.00 ing a total of 4000000 that's more than 12 percent of the country have now fled venezuela's economic collapse and one and a half 1000000 ethiopians make up the largest population of newly displaced people with leading aid groups calling it a forgotten crisis grandy as u.n. high commissioner for refugees and says latin america was once considered relatively safe but is now at the heart of a continental crisis. this figure and especially this trend that every
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years sees a higher figure is the symptom is the symbol of a world without peace or rather a world in which making peace has become very very difficult this figure indicates a global issue it's not confined to one region or the other and that latin america which for many years would have been considered a relatively stable part of the world. is the theater of that if you crisis we see people moving from the northern part of central america we see people moving from nicaragua into costa rica and perhaps the biggest movement of all people moving out of venezuela where the crisis continues not to be resolved into a lot of different neighboring countries we live in a world of 7000000000 people surely we must find we can find ways to address crises in the poor old affecting 70000000 or i still had some on the program
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a major league baseball player shows why it's the course it is always keep your eye to be on the ball that things will have backs on the rest of this force is in a moment. business updates brought to you by qatar airways going places together.
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the a. business updates to you by. going places together. now again the race for orders between boeing and the air bus at the paris air show took off on wednesday with airbus announcing a major deal for its new aircraft but there's another competition underway to produce the 1st viable green planes as natasha butler reports. stylish
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sleek and fully electric the e.v.a.'s prototype is a glimpse into the future and more environmentally friendly flying powered by batteries the 9 seats a plane on display at the paris air show would produce ciro carbon emissions and beechfield by sustainable sources the c.e.o. of the israeli startup behind the plane says he could fly commercially by 2022 can we build an all electric 787 to compete with today's planes were absolutely none but there it acknowledges not even close to that but to fly at the speed of this size and to beat those designs that are out there since the seventy's or eighty's well here it is this was build the way we believe planes in the 21st century should be electric planes could be a sustainable option for short flights but cutting c o 2 emissions on medium and long haul travel is a bigger challenge aviation officials say that the airline industry is responsible
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for 2 percent of the world's carbon emissions climate activists say that is nearer to 5 percent and one of the problems is that the technology needed to reduce the airline's carbon footprint is still out of reach some airlines are experimenting with hybrid technology and biofuels nicholas shah bears company is working on a hybrid plane with the air boss the european plane maker aims to have an electric aircraft by 2035 years we are all committed to reduce by half 2050 our emissions and the larger companies such as. are very interested to make sure that we can take the quickest way to access technology but campaigners say the aviation industry isn't taking climate change seriously enough and continues to put profits before the planet. there are people living around airports who can no longer stand the noise they will have to be listened to by making new quieter
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planes little by little change will come with pressure from society and from politicians they pretty there are nearly 100 fuel powered aircraft at the paris air show a potent sign of how far the industry has to go to become more ecological but with the air passenger numbers expected to double in the next 2 decades there's a sense of urgency in the air natasha butler al-jazeera paris. the right time to place a source with peta thank you felicity kane williamson produced a captain's innings as new zealand beat south africa in the closest finish so far at the 2019 cricket world cup. the south africans battered 1st alleged bastien in birmingham thanks to a half century from harshman land $67.00 not out from rusty found a dozen they were able to post $241.00 for 6 in a reduced $49.00 over innings because of wet weather the new zealand burners kept the run rate below 5 and over with lucky food and taking 3 wickets is
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a big 6 from front to discern. the scoring was slow in reply this is martin guptill making 35 before he was out in unusual fashion hitting his own stand chris morris hope with 3 wickets but it was williamson who fired an unbeaten 106 to steer new zealand home by 4 wickets and the 3 balls to spare as their top of the group table. a setback for india with opening batsman shikhar dhawan ruled out of the tournament if actually firm in the match against australia stand by batsman the parent takes his place in the squad india's next matches against afghanistan on saturday v.a.r. controversy reared its head again the scotland were dumped out of the women's world cup by argentina the scots were cruising with 20 minutes to go and leading 3 nil but argentina fought back and a 32 were awarded in injury time penalty after a v.a.
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or review florencio ben signals a spot kick was saved by keep illegal xander but another v.a.r. review order to retake with the goalie moving over the line too early. scored the 1st time in the game ended 33 scotland were further angered at the referee from north korea added little time for the concept dribble v.o.r. delays and the draw means very go out england finish top of group d. with a 2 no victory over japan ellen white scored both goals for the lionesses to make it 3 wins out of 3 it's the 1st time england have won all their group matches at a world cup. another day and yet another resigning has been officially presented at real madrid this time it was the turn of frenchman furlan mehndi the defender who has joined from leon for $54000000.00 he's one of 5 players to arrive at madrid this transfer window rail have spent close to $350000000.00 as they rebuild after
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a disappointing trophy list season. this it's an honor to be at this club the greatest club in the world thank you to the president for your trust and thanks to the club come in madrid the spanish national team coach luis in the u.k. has been released from his position he's been absent from his duty since march when he cited family reasons for needing time off in the u.k. quit after less than a year in the job he's been replaced by the systems roberta marino the man who's been in temperature of the team for the last 3 matches and they seem a land of name that marco jump our low as they new coach the italian has been in charge of fellow say our side something for the last 3 years paolo replaces gennaro gattuso who left milan at the end of last season now martin del potro is the doubt for wimbledon as the top tennis players continue
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their preparations at grass court tournament in the united kingdom the former grand slam champion was in action at the queen's club in london on wednesday the 30 beating denis shot problem of caliber in straight sets but later he had to withdraw from the tournament due to injury. free time grand slam champion from switzerland stands of rinker proved too strong for wildcard entry dan evans also winning in straight sets most of the matches failed to be completed due to the rain. and the french open champion ashley barty won her 1st match since lifting her maiden grand slam title at roland garros a few weeks ago the australian beat donna vacate chin straight sets of serving in plastic only 6 women have won the french open and wimbledon double in the same season. and that was a surprise as the plesk of the twins faced off for the 1st time at the w t a tour event qualifier christina peters sister and 3rd seed catalina the match went down
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to a deciding set time break. the international olympic committee has outlined plans to run its own boxing program at next year's tokyo olympics the governing body of amateur boxing is currently suspended by the i.o.c. amid a financial and governance crisis they plan to triple the number of women boxes from rio 2016 up to 100 weights categories and qualifying standards have also been agreed the planning is moving forward for boxing in tokyo but they cannot plan with the national federations in the room to seize their timing of the room preparations in the their participation in those qualification events a major league baseball star suffered a rather unusual misstep during training keep an eye here on the washington nationals nationals better max shows a clearly practiced doesn't always make perfect to the ended up with
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a broken nose and it looks like he will miss his team's next game against the philadelphia phillies. and that's all the sport felicity peter thanks so much for the hats and that's just about it for me to see bar and the team here in london they set up our way we're back with more than a sneeze in a couple of minutes time and meantime thanks for watching. mexico's most popular soap opera is changing survived by tackling women socially
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she just can't own in its last episode soap box discovers the drama behind the scene as it reduces day facing the mothers of disabled children and confronts social stigmas by broadcasting the new to the well. child on al-jazeera. new leaders place children in this refugee camp the latest victims of the unending sectarian violence in central african republic among them are survivors of unspeakable violence 10 year olds the work as mother is dead her father is gone killed because they were christian by their own muslim neighbors this is the least you home an overcrowded refugee camp of 23000 people surrounded by armed militia groups celine wants answers she says she wants to be asking the questions and so we traded places inch took the microphone will we find peace how can we make the violence stop when will i be able to return home. more than 10 years after the
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global financial crisis you've taken home more than $480000000.00 your company is now bankrupt our economy is of a state of crisis but a very basic question is this a 1000000 loss that the u.s. . was held responsible i will be fabulously wealthy and i will not be in christ for thank the lord the man who stole my good will on al-jazeera. love. dogs. the exit of mr casually wars a killing by the state a damning report by the un special investigator finds saudi arabia responsible for jamal khashoggi murder and credible evidence the saudi crown prince was involved we look at the key events leading up to the journalist death before he walked into the
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saudi consulate. calibur i fell asleep already watching al-jazeera live from london also coming up. 3 russians and a ukrainian a charged with murder over the shooting down a flight m.h. 17 in 2014. guilty verdicts the 3 men charged over the gun attack on kenya's receipt university. hello saudi arabia is responsible for the murder of the journalists. and the saudi crown prince should be investigated over his role as according to the un special rapporteur agnes' kalama who has released a $100.00 page report into the killing of course an international outcry and demands for justice for shoulder he was killed and dismembered in the saudi
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consulate in istanbul in october 28th in his remains were never found calabar calls the murder and in some national crime with credible evidence that saudi crown prince mohammed bin sol man was involved and suggests that his personal assets should be sanctioned saudi arabia's deputy foreign affairs minister has dismissed the reporter's baseless saying their own investigation is continuing saudi prosecutors insist the crown prince had nothing to do with the murder because of all says the crime scenes looked like they were forensically cleaned and that saudi arabia's investigation was not conducted in good faith she's asked the u.n. to launch an international criminal investigation well early agnes kalama told al-jazeera about what she heard on the audio recordings from inside the saudi consulate. the recordings needs to be interpreted they do not tell a very straightforward story. what was done to ease body i cannot deduct.
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i have a home and i can infer from the sound that something was done based on the technique or. knowledge of the various people i have consented it is well possible that mr cashel game was 1st put. first injected with something and then that he was actually asphyxiated weezer plastic bag this is the possibility the nature and the extent of the dismemberment of these bodied these i cannot comment upon its not possible allow me to add one thing when at least this was a recording is concerned that i have when mr cashel loses consciousness there is no evidence of the people that are there in the room
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attempting to take care of him the 10000 to recitative him attempting to do something that to me points to the fact that the notion that there is an accident that the accident happened that doesn't quite match what i have heard there is nor tempt to to do something and there is no scream so or. any expression of of fear over what's happening do you think that there is anyone to day who knows where the remains of jamal khashoggi are or yes absolutely and who think that he pulled that where in the room the people there disposed of the body. do you know what they are there where 15 individuals involved in that mission. do you think the saudi leadership knows where the remains are i don't know i mean ninoy between b.
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i will just make a guess sarah so i really don't want to arm to suggest this is not something i have tried to or determine ok you'll be presenting this column are this report i understand on june 26th to the u.n. human rights council which saudi arabia is a member of what do you think is going to happen what do you hope will happen now that you've released this report you know my report makes a friend of recommendations including to saudi arabia as a special rapporteur i am committed to establishing constructive relationship preserve the governments that i work with i have attempted to work with saudi arabia for the last 6 months have not shown any interest in doing so or my reporting crowds around every comment issues including with regard to the ongoing trial including with regard to step that. take to demonstrate not the
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repetition which is upon them and told to mention of their responsibilities given that they have established that the responsibility of the state is involved the turkish president verge of tiber and says those responsible for the murder will pay the price. in the report the un says so these are definitely guilty and they definitely had knowledge about this matter they also see the saudi stance in turkey was wrong pay the price for this they will be held accountable. in the story from istanbul. saudi reaction to the final report issued by the united nations special rapporteur. was expected the government does not seem to be pleased with the chilling details that were presented in a report and also about the fact very implicates saudi officials of the highest level in the murder of the opposite of the other hand the turkish government seems
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to be pleased turkish foreign minister. has fully endorsed the content of the report and the need for the perpetrators to be prosecuted as soon as possible turkey seems to be now waiting to see what kind of next step the saudi government will take if the saudis are willing to for further cooperation with the turkish government there could be a new chapter of the saudis decide not to cooperate i think the turkish government is going to press ahead for the need for an international criminal investigation to start as soon as possible and jamal khashoggi fiance had teach a change it spoke to al-jazeera and said the world has been left in the dark about the saudi investigation. when it comes to the comments from shippey and other saudi officials that the un report did not come with anything new i would like to
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ask them why they didn't put the perpetrators on public trial and why you didn't hold them accountable why can't the saudis be more open and provide us with details of the investigation and the so-called trial that is happening behind closed doors the un secretary general agrees there needs to be a full transparent investigation into his show g.'s killing but his spokesman says antone good parish doesn't have the authority to launch it himself james space has moved from new york. special rapporteur agnes cullum art says she's not happy with the progress of the saudi investigation she says one of the best courses of action would be through the u.n. secretary general and tonio good terrorist to set up a criminal investigation that's not going to happen though just listen to his official spokes person the secretary general as we've been saying does not have the power or the authority to launch criminal investigations without a mandate from a competent into
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a governmental body. the special rough water is an eminent legal expert the secretary general is not a lawyer there are other lawyers who agree with her he has the power to do this what is i sing this is his no one doubts. credentials this is from our. this is the secretary its position this is the secretary general's basis based on what the legal advice can be see the legal advice if there is legal annoys you as you know whether in any institution advice between a secretary person's lawyer. and that person is not going to be shared this is. our position based on the charter the secretary general ban is basing his decision not to act on this the u.n. charter the governing document of this organization but nowhere in here does it say anything about his powers to set up investigations it's relevant not just in this case the secretary general has said there should be an investigation into the
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recent tanker attacks in the gulf but again he says he doesn't have the power to set one up well the u.n. report is likely to intensify the division between congress and the trumpet ministration let's go live to hide your castro in washington so heidi why is there this division. well the statement from the u.s. state department that was just released said that the saudi government should continue to ascertain all the facts and hold those responsible for the murder accountable and that if additional facts come to light the u.s. will consider further measures what's left out of this though is the international of knowledge meant of this trial happening in saudi arabia as lacking transparency the 11 defendants are not even named and so it's unclear exactly how these additional facts would come to light and that has lead to frustration which is a continuation of what members of congress have been expressing since the cia
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concluded that n.b.s. ordered the killing of jamal khashoggi senator lindsey graham who is a supporter of donald trump has broken with the president on this issue well here's where on that lot of this is classified i've been briefed by the agencies involved there's 0 doubt moment and this was orchestrated by the n.b.a.'s inner circle approved by him done with his knowledge and it's part of the way he does business. and in december senator graham was among those who pushed through a senate resolution that named m.b.'s as responsible for the killing of jamal khashoggi but as far as sanctions go no tangible consequences have been suffered by m.p.'s or saudi arabia over the killing of jamal khashoggi with trump so far still mum in response to the u.n.
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reports continuing with the defense of saudi arabia as an important u.s. ally and the relationship based on commerce and military strategy between the 2 nations too valuable in the view of the administration to jeopardize over the killing of this journalist felicity or a time to cast her live in washington d.c. thank you. and still ahead so on the program opposition politicians in hong kong ramp up their pressure calling for a no confidence thanks against the city's leader. hello there the weather is quite quiet for many of us in australia at the moment we are seeing a little bit of showery weather that's making its way towards adelaide at the moment and i think we'll see more showers as we head through the next day i'll say but most.


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