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and after a week these 2 countries essentially shouting at each other and tensions getting higher and higher following the detention of the grace one the iranian oil supertanker iran essentially said to the united kingdom that there would be repercussions then the british say and the iranians deny this that a british warship had to intervene between a british oil tanker in the gulf that was being threatened they say by 3 iranian vessels as a consequence of that the british raised the security level for all of their merchant shipping in the gulf area and how far the deployment of an extra warship which has been on deployments in the black sea and is now heading to the gulf so after all of this at least we have these 2 countries beginning to talk to each other again britain's mail on sunday newspapers reporting that u.s. president donald trump pulled out of the 2015 iran nuclear deal just to spite his
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predecessor barack obama is part of the latest leaked memos from the u.k.'s outgoing abbas or to the u.s. can dock the mail says data told the u.k. prime minister in 2018 that trump was quote set upon an act of diplomatic vandalism jus to quote personality reasons resigned on wednesday after an earlier leak prompted an outburst from president jiang but a diplomatic spat between the 2 allies. the protests against hong kong's extradition bill have now turned into much wider movement opposed to the influence of beijing thousands of protesters have marched in the town of showing c. close to the border with mainland china shoppers and traders from the mainland are accused of driving up prices by bulk buying tax free products to take home and sell to general allen dalton reports from hong kong. the protests in hong kong began more than a month ago and shown no sign of easing up with much of the activists frustration
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do you wrecked it at the territory's chief executive as a hong kong people we love our place we are on call is always childless by small rise only uses our cities are on the program. just to operate our people hotel i was seasons here about $30000.00 demonstrators gathered to protest against traders from mainland china who make short trips over the border to buy tax free goods pushing up prices in hong kong but what began as a peaceful march turned violent. was was. the police clearly outnumbered struggled to contain this situation. the. police officers who were initially asked the just man the perimeters had been
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pushed back they were clearly outnumbered what we're seeing here now at this point are the protesters basically advancing all right there riot police. they too are unable to hold their position and were forced to retreat around 500 meters from their original position. was this is shocking showing a border town between home. kong and mainland china young people here tell us of their bottled up this content at what they see as china's increasing interference in hong kong's affairs was the 1st protests began last month when the government proposed amendments to a law that would allow criminal suspects in hong kong to be extradited to china to face trial public demonstrations forced chief executive carol lam to suspend the
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bill she said it was dead but that's not enough for activists who are calling for her resignation. many of these protestors were babies or not even born in 1907 when the united kingdom ended its administration of hong kong and passed the joel of its former colony to china but they say they are the ones most disillusioned about hong kong's future their way of life they say is being threatened by creeping forth or tarion ism. dogon al-jazeera hong kong were in arms a professor the chinese university of hong kong he says a confrontation between the protesters and the hong kong government is likely to continue. the demonstrations have you walked into the tango theme of boasting democratic it well i'm an on kong people want one person one vote your actions to achieve exactly if instead of being shipped back to being appointed by beijing and
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also that be cause for freedom of the media and about all our. drop off maintenance influence we impound cough or sample through allowing several 1000000 tourists to come down on calm we have seen that after 20 years of the hangover of fucking baking has past pretty failed to win heart of hearts and minds with hafner having a huge impasse because what's happened is that beijing has basically lost confidence in the ability of the chief executive k. land so yes it's a laid back an illustration and she's just waiting for instructions from beijing which doesn't seem to be coming so i think strange we see a confrontation between both sides the current administration seems to be. saying nothing doing nothing just waiting for the protestors to make
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a mistake by any means hoping that some of the article a young couple casters might meet. and be branded as righteous and prettiest of the law but the fact that as we know all genuine dialogue between the lamb an illustration and the protest this means that. it's a state accommodation might be exacerbated and there might be more connotation and even bloodshed on the streets for the bar ahead in the news hour including monsoon rains in the paul trickle landslides and flooding killing at least 43 people at a time going to hotel in somalia. began with a car bomb and turned into an all night seems. to end in sports peter's got the action and reaction from simona halep see incredible day at wimbledon.
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tropical storm barry has made landfall in the u.s. state of louisiana despite weakening from the hurrican berry is still forecast to dump heavy rains that could last for days the storm made landfall near into coastal city louisiana to the west of new orleans causing major power outages officials have warned of disastrous flooding across a wide stretch of the gulf coast we are not in any way out of the woods and we will continue to reiterate this today tonight and into tomorrow the expected rain as you know could lead to flooding throughout the city of new orleans likely today through sunday also a caution everybody this is just the beginning. i ask everyone to stay vigilant. and be safe. this is always been projected to be
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a rain flood event and it will be the vast majority of the rain that's falling right now is famine in the gulf that will soon change as the storm continues to move north ok let's get the latest from jay gray who is in new orleans for us obviously despite the fact that this has been downgraded jay the warnings are still there how are people dealing with this how they gearing up for the storm. well rob i'm in the middle of canal street in new orleans normally on a saturday it would not look like this they are known for their food for their music and for their party and the party here has been washed out at this point look people are taking this very seriously they're watching the storm the issue is it's just moving so slowly and that's really a double edged sword because it keeps everyone on edge but then as it makes it and it doesn't move out and that rain just continues to fall over and over and soaking
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into what's already a saturated area here so flooding is definitely going to be an issue you know new orleans below sea level it's a bowl and once that water gets in the bowl getting it out is very difficult as well as a preparation is that people themselves are making j what is stated the local government what are the authorities trying to do there. and some of the low lying parishes there are mandatory evacuations in place and really they've been continuing today there are some other places where they've added evacuations during the day as the storm moved the end limit of it and knew all and proper there is no evacuation order in place what they're telling people is to shelter in place and that's an order that takes effect for the 2nd night in a row at 8 o'clock this evening so while there are a few people out on the streets not what you would normally see but a few people out it should clear out dramatically once we get to that time in a few hours here they're also telling people make sure you have plenty of food the
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water all your medicines all the fuel you'll need for 3 days or maybe more because that's how long it could be that's how long these rains could last stand and that's how long this could be an issue general going to be checking in with you as the storm progresses but for now thanks very much indeed. at least 43 people have been killed in the paul injured of flooding a landslide is caused by monsoon rains many more are missing and as to being a set of reports from the capital katmandu more devastation is expected. cars and motorbikes buried in mud after rivers quickly rose above their danger levels and burst their banks streets have been flooded the water flowing into her since thursday it's been raining steadily across nepal triggering flash floods and landslides hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes and rescuers have been searching for those reported missing emergency services have also recovered some bodies. on the outskirts of the capital that men do the heavy rains
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brought one ball crashing down crushing a section of a heart so not everybody of the on the wall suddenly crumble we thought it was an earthquake by the time we came out the house was broken 20 members of one family were asleep at the time 3 of them died 2 women one of them pregnant and a child were sleeping in this little cottage over here when this wall came crumbling down crushing the entire. most of the people over who have been living here are construction workers and the structures that they're living in it's very unsafe. every monsoon season now faces floods and landslides but in the cities people have been allowed to build houses and businesses too close to the rivers and the water then has nowhere else to go major highways have been blocked by landslides and the security forces have been called in to help in the
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rescue operations but. 80 to 90 percent of all of our units have been deployed for a rescue operation but disaster response is not only about human resources we need resources like equipment and transportation as well. meteorologists say more rain is expected through to sunday scientists have been warning that because of climate change monsoon patterns are also changing and the region needs to prepare for more extreme weather severe droughts as well as more intense periods of rain it's been as they are threatened and in neighboring india floods and mudslides of love to trail of destruction killing at least 10 people the brahmaputra river has burst its banks affecting nearly 2000 villages in the state of assam have been submerged leaving more than a 1000000 people displaced. the united nations has condemned an attack on a hotel in southern somalia the story 6 people were killed in the port city of mayo
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in the autonomous region a suicide bomber drove a car with explosives into the hotel before gunmen stormed the building it took security forces around 12 hours to end the siege. claimed responsibility for the attack. a prominent t.v. journalist and her husband were among the dead hold on the layer was the 1st female somali media owner she spent much of her life in canada but had recently returned to somalia markham webb has more from nairobi in neighboring kenya. officials who survived the attack say it began with a suicide bomber in a car there was a bomb in the vehicle and a vehicle was rammed into the hotel causing a large explosion gunmen then followed on foot attacking the premises and a gun battle ensued between them and the security forces who were posted at the hotel the gun battle went on for hours but eventually those security forces were able to take the situation on the control this kind of violence is common in some
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parts of somalia but in recent years it's been rare in the town of kids. but it's widely believed to be connected to an upcoming election which is meant to take place there in august the time of the attack it was a political gathering going on inside the hotel elders plan representatives and legislators were meeting in preparation for that election and the armed group al shabaab have taken responsibility for the attack what's not clear is if it was an attempt to disrupt the electoral process generally or specific candidates who are politicians were being targeted turkey has received a 2nd shipment of s. $400.00 missiles from russia more shipments are expected over the next few days in defiance of a warning from the united states turkish pilots are no longer being trained to fly america's f. 35 warplanes and the pentagon is threatening to cancel turkey's orders for the fighter jets so of course we all know has the latest from istanbul. the delivery of
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those $400.00 russian missile defense system still continues and it is expected to be complete by the end of summer according to turkish officials the missile defense systems will be operating by october following the 1st batch of the turkish an american defense minister had that ministers had a 30 minutes of call to the turkish side it reiterated that turkey is committed to its nato membership and its nato allies and the position of the russian defense system was another choice but in this a city for turkey and also to the turkish opposition supported. this russian defense system saying that if the turkish military says it is a necessity then they will not be opposing this talk is the 1st nato country it to buy the russian air defense systems and it is the only one for for now and and this is the debate that's why the u.s. congress still threatens that turkey should be sanctioned but according to turkey
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based on the meetings the of presidents are done and president donald trump buy back in last month and during the g 20 summit it turkey believes that it has promised not to impose sanctions but of course time will show whether trump will be able to persuade his congress in order to stop these sanctions still ahead and how does it or immigration raids planned in cities across the u.s. but is announcing them in advance the best way to find and deport people there illegally. i'm so far so we poor thing from what used to be the i will see in cattle top box down in the bakery stand where the government is trying to bring life back into the desert. and things could be closer between the more cities drivers at silverstone free to stop the action from qualifying.
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hello again well tropical storm barry has made landfall here in louisiana and it's going to be bring still some very heavy rain across much of the region we're going to be seeing louisiana mississippi arkansas into parts of tennessee as well under flood risk over the next few days now the satellite you can see it when the system made landfall but take a look at the rain here across the region i just mentioned so the flood warnings are going to be affecting millions in this area and if you remember much of this area is still saturated and the flooding is going to come very easily across many regions so for sunday rain here across much of the southeast as we go towards monday the storm actually begins to dissipate but the rain with it will continue across much of this area and slowly make its way towards the north out here towards the northeast so looking quite nice for boston in new york with the temps there about 29 degrees where heavy rain is going to be a big problem here across parts of central america over the next few days and that rain is going to lead to some localized flooding anywhere from panama up here
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towards course trick as well we do think it's going to be expanding as we go towards monday really here across parts of nicaragua as well as into guatemala mexico city expect to see a partly cloudy day with a temper there of $22.00 degrees and then rain here is going to be a problem across much of southern brazil with a temper for rio at about 29. information indicates that you have or associates or again that is the least of our data has the potential to be biased in a number of different ways there are too many opportunities for the computer to get or all who's checking those offices who commit those data entry is wrong to be saying that your son the shinai is wrong to. kill of becoming a suspect before the actual crime and in-depth examination into preventative policing pre-crime on al-jazeera water an essential resource for all
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humankind across europe pressure to recognise water as a human right and put its management back into public hands is increasing i think that the european commission would be very very shameful this was a problem with us is should anybody say anything. those people who see every 2 years something to invest a profit of a $1.00. to the last drop on al-jazeera. a large amount is it a reminder of our top stories this hour tens of thousands of protesters have demonstrated across the down to mark 40 days since
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a crackdown by security forces calling for an independent investigation into the killing of more than 100 protesters on june the 3rd there been scuffles in hong kong between police and protesters angry over the presence of traitors and shoppers from mainland china are accused of driving up prices by bulk buying taxpaying products to take home and sell. tropical storm barry has made landfall in the u.s. state of louisiana the storms caused major power outages as it hit enter coastal city officials have warned of disastrous flooding across the gulf coast. an operation to raid the homes of hundreds of undocumented migrants is due to begin across time that u.s. cities on sunday protests against the mass raids have been held in philadelphia and other cities the operation is expected to target families who've recently been told to leave the u.s. but haven't left president donald trump announced plans for the raids on twitter last month but they were delayed partly because of disagreements within the
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administration. there was. every time the laws become stricter it makes it all the more difficult it causes a path it's more repression with the law but as human beings we go on coming up with ways to survive in this country and i say survive in this country because we a persecution that imagine how we are in our home countries. for us as the children of migrants we're scared to. hear a knock on the door because we think that it can be we can take our parents. for example when going to hear someone not going to door i tell my sister be quiet we can't make noise because then don't think that somebody is inside house and we don't we don't want anything to happen and we live with this fear day by day and we just we just wanted to stop. spawn's us from the san francisco immigrant and
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legal education that work and she says people need to be aware of their rights. today i says operations are a lot more covert they conduct extensive surveillance and we outside of people's homes and wait for them to come out or to let people open the door and let them inside and then conduct collateral arrests. and that is why people need to be prepared and know that they do not have to open the door they do not have to let ice officers inside they do not. have to give any information other than their name if they are arrested and stephen hodge as an advisor to the donald trump for president joining the 2016 presidential campaigns joining us live from nutley in new jersey thank you very much indeed for your time so thank you for being with us . given the fact that one would assume as an outsider that the effectiveness of raids like this would actually be increased if you didn't really tell anybody that
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they were going to happen until a very short time before they were due to happen why do you think donald trump made the announcement so far in advance. there were 2 reasons reason number one is he made this announcement 4 in advance to give those on their court order to leave the country to turn themselves in to turn themselves into ice and for ice to enforce that court order keep in mind that these are not random raids in fact they're not raids at all nobody's going to be banging doors down and dragon people out of their homes these are apprehensions of individuals who are under court order if they wait they went through a legal process for the importation secondly he gave the congress of the united states advance notice he was going to do this so that they would finally get on the ball and do their job and start real good honest immigration reform proudly they are not doing that so these apprehensions will begin on sunday and let's see what
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happens where we go from there we had the representative from the san francisco immigrant and legal education network that is saying that people don't have to open the door they don't have to let ice officers inside they don't have to give any information except the name if they were arrested how much of a hindrance is that going to be to the ice teams that are going in there trying to carry out this operation. well it's going to be a hinderance and as i said nobody's going to break doors down to drag people out if they don't answer doors tomorrow or sunday or whatever they're going to go and they'll be back so it's best that people obey the law and that's what this is all about we have laws in this country that need to be obeyed there will be no collateral arrest by the way as was mentioned earlier and one of your segments the fact that a matter is that these are targeted not random apprehensions so if people on answered or i'm sure ice will walk away and come back another day in terms of
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processing the individuals who are arrested during these operations. has enough time do you think been allowed to that process to to be carried out effectively and also transparently because of course we have to remember that in the past ice is reputation has suffered. and it would be in its interests to make sure that these made these operations i should say carried out as effectively but as openly as possible well i'm sure that these individuals will once again before a judge it will be done quickly because there is a court order in effect they are in violation of the law in violation of the court order but as i said no one is going to be herded off into a camp or put on a plane or a bus mediately i'm sure that there's going to be a an orderly process to make sure they have the right individuals and then they'll
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be deported president tom made and made it a key element of his campaign that the immigration issue at the border was should be a focus do you think that this is a distraction from that should he not be focusing on the situation at the border as opposed to carrying out operations like this. well he is focused on the border very very focused as i'm sure you're well aware that the mexican government actually deployed thousands of troops on their southern border to keep the immigrants from southern countries from from mexico to immigrate into their country and eventually into the united states secondly he has proposed before congress to get the money he needs in order to secure the border and that would be the border wall and the other entries into the united states so he's been focused on that this is not a distraction this is part of his entire plan to take control of the problems that
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we are facing with regard to immigration good to get your views on this steve rogers thank you very much indeed for your time. my pleasure thank you havoc and soldiers are being deployed to one of the country's top tourist spots to tackle a surge in shootings gang violence and murder cape town has south africa's highest murder rate and police are struggling to cope almost 1900 people were killed in the city on white or western cape province in the past 6 months in the year on tape 2994000 murders were recorded in western cape province an increase of more than 6 percent but nearly half of those killings were reported at just 10 police stations violent crime in south africa is a national problem last year more than $20000.00 people were murdered there that's 57 day the police minister has likened it to a war zone has laces from the mountain about township in the cape flats and it may
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be a small group of people who are demonstrating their anger and level of. violence in this community blessing have a strong message they say no to drugs and no 2 gangs they're fed up they hold these type of marchers almost every weekend hoping it will raise awareness around the level of violence more than 2000 people have been killed in the west ok province is the beginning of the year and almost coughed those murders have taken face just like. poverty is a reality for many people many of those victims have told them how the government has decided to move the 40. to 10 areas across the pay flats say. they realize the high levels of crime is a true friend has reached crisis point where police are not
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a group to do their jobs they're now looking to the army to create an environment where they can tackle the for. ok violence i think can free man and our children to go to school to please. everybody's company needful stock market was about me how stuff i was meat is better is good and better you going to look in just minutes of the community through a straw for on the streets waving the latest incident of gang violence took place 3 nights ago 2 men were shot one of the head was killed and this is what these people are marching against they want an end to the violence they want a community where they are safe where their children are safe and where the government takes their concerns seriously. but fred says a south african politician country serving as western cape's minister of community safety he says there aren't enough police to deal with the problem and the
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government resources for policing unfortunately in this specific programs ugh is a really really was lacking and so we had a shortage of words of this is at a point we have about 1500 policemen i'm sure and women we're also saying that what we need the army to go and do is just to assist with those resource problem you know human decency welcome and to stabilize the situation so that the police can also go into the d.b. gunships and billy areas to go in and break yet addressed and to do probably mr gates so that they biz the gay student can stand up in court because real close you know a lot of society we are a constitutional democracy and where we can go and do the earliest they could do called agel build against the convicted that's the children. at least 13 civilians have been killed in syria as provinces the government continues its bombardment of
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the last remaining rebel stronghold that launched airstrikes and it lives main city on friday the city houses large numbers of people displaced by the 10 week offensive strikes by syrian government forces and their russian allies have killed hundreds of civilians in the past 2 months. a coach in ecuador has up held a ruling preventing the government from selling land in the amazon rainforest to oil companies the ruling was celebrated by the indigenous wild army people who argued they weren't properly consulted on the sale of their ancestral land ecuador's indigenous communities have been taking action against oil companies since the 1960 s. women in countries all over latin america say men are literally getting away with murder cases of what's known as femicide arising in many countries with men not being prosecuted for reasons including police in action legal loopholes and sexual discrimination new government figures in bolivia show the rate is at
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a 6 year high brown can go up to reports. on the way to the funeral home in bolivia may even last family screams for justice. the 26 year old was allegedly hit in the head with a hammer several times till she died the police have detained her partner although we have. local we say. she was all beaten her head was swollen her face was swollen it's such a shame that my daughter was killed by these murders man he killed my daughter i ask for justice that this man goes to jail. her death adds to the rising number of femicide cases oblivion $73.00 women have a ready been murdered this year it's the highest rate in 6 years. some survivors say they're free to seek justice in court others hide their identity and then we'll see what i'm afraid of being murdered i fear for my life and for that of my baby i
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only ask for justice. and peace in bolivia passed a law 6 years ago making femicide a crime attackers can be sentenced to up to 30 years in jail but bolivia remains one of the most dangerous countries in south america for women activists estimate only 15 percent of all cases get a conviction. one of the factors i think is that in all cases of family side very simple unity that is very serious because the signal that you give to the aggressor is that nothing happens here government ministers and bolivia say there are deeper issues. we have regulations in place that are recognized by pioneering international organizations but it's clear that the law is not enough therefore our strategy includes work in everyday life because it's what happens on a daily basis that needs to change many believe in women have taken their fight to the streets.


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