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the lucrative public works contracts the 73 year old has denied any wrongdoing. the scandal has brought down politicians throughout latin america including in brazil ecuador and colombia eric fons worth vice president of the council of the americas he says the potential implications of tomatoes arrest and the why the case are huge the tentacles of the other british investigation and scandals have really literally reached throughout latin america you named and any number of countries there are others you could have named as well venezuela certainly cuba there have been allegations in mexico about some of these issues and they go right to the top of some of these countries and what it's done is that it's not just impacted the people who have been accused of corruption obviously but it is also impacted the willingness of the people the voters to continue to support many of their elected officials and some would say have led directly through recent elections to the election of outsider candidate who are elected based on their claims to be not
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corrupt that is something that i think voters have increasingly been sympathetic to and it is driving elections now across the region so the implications of this are very very broad and very deep british iranian they could jailed into how don is being held in a psychiatric hospital after being moved there from prison now as in the cliffs murder say she's under the control of iran's revolutionary guard she was sentenced to 5 years in prison on spying charges off to being arrested at the head on a 4th of 2016 last month she went on a 2 week hunger strike. hong kong is gearing up for another large scale demonstration on sunday a group of protesters is again gathering in the city it's part of a campaign against what many see as beijing's attempts to tighten control earlier this month chief executive carrie lam was forced to withdraw an extradition bill that would have sent suspects to mainland china. or many activists say they'll
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continue their protests jamil and organ reports thing. to say how was he solved dated 2 years among the smoke of the future knock on the golden. ball play hard the light disappears and it starts to get dark again it's a silent policeman or barking in the deepest places of hong kong. the words of a poet sandwich on convey anger grief and resolve saying can we show you they only care about policing beginning not the people this is why i am inspired by these young people who take to the streets risking their lives to fight for the future of hong kong jason doesn't use his real name and wants to stay anonymous says 22 years ago they're all really dark too slowly and slowly hong kong. used
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to have freedom since june a proposed law change that could lead to hong kong or spain extradited to china sparked huge protests and the level of violence and seen in here is. ceiling chang is one of the thousands of mothers who staged a protest and filed a petition in support of the youth movement carrie alam claim to herself to be the mother of hong kong people who behave like a movie children and don't know what's best for them and she was there to help us this is our future our right to freedom of expression of assembly all these. a guaranteed by the basic law most protests are planned online where security logistics fund raising and exit routes can be decided without anyone having to meet in person across hong kong ordinary lives have been transformed by
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a wave of solidarity protesters tell us the 2014 and breland movement provided a lot of lessons because it led to imprisonment and factions now they've adopted a new wave of dissent a leaderless movement they say is harder for the government to pin down. hong kong is widely seen as the place of constant change and innovation and is one of the world's most visited cities. and many here want to make sure none of that's lost protesters here have adopted a slogan of the late famous martial arts star bruce lee the water my friend they say like water they'll be fluid and adaptable and accept that what do you see is a fight for fundamental freedom this will be a long term struggle to. hong kong. south african singer and the apartheid activist johnny clegg has died at the age of $66.00.
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is one of the few was. openly criticize the government during the ninety's seventy's and eighty's nickname. for blending traditional african rhymes and western music styles. it's been 50 years since the apollo 11 blasted off on a mission that flew to the moon for the 1st time. the day michael collins returned to the spot where he was launched into space with neil armstrong and buzz aldrin strong who took the 1st small step on the moon died in 2012 the space suit he wore is back on public display for the 1st time. he. said ahead on al-jazeera in sport golf fans in all the island get ready to witness
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a major championship for the 1st time in 7 decades.
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it's time to catch up with all the sports with andy thank you so much sammy well gold's final major of the year the open championship gets underway on thursday at the royal portrush course in northern ireland hasn't hosted the event since 1951 before the favorites the course does hold some more recent happy memories that reports. the oldest major in golf back in northern ireland for the 1st time in 68
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years for it's a home coming of sorts for former open champion rory mcilroy 14 years ago then 16 year old mcelroy carded the lowest round ever seen it will pour russia a 61 at the 2005 north of on championship if the current well number 3 can produce something similar this week he may well be celebrating a 1st major in 5 years it's a major that you grew up watching that you know you you know i watch nick faldo went to you know and then tiger came on the scene and i watched him and then you watched darren went and then a few years on i went to that's. you know it's had a lot of really great winners and great moments and you know i'm proud that i've had my moments of his championship tiger woods how to enjoy an 11 year gap between major wins but the current model says champion says just being able to compete again it's his focus the biggest changes you know for me is that it's it's exciting to be able to come back imply championship golf again i didn't think i
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could and to build to do it again and then come as close as i've come in major championships and have not won one. space and you know that much more special despite his lack of match practice woods along with the world number 2 dustin johnson will be among the favorites to win the are open will come in well number one brooks kept no reason to show up as to when. that's what i'm trying to do i think it's incredible but the same time it's been quite disappointing you know and 2nd starts with this bodybuilders physique kepcher is the very image of the modern golfer contrast that with max full the champion the last time the event was held at portrush the briton won $300.00 pounds along with the cleric george back in $151.00 the winner in $29.00 teams will get the same joke but a slightly bigger check of $1935000.00 roll pathic
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al-jazeera dutch defender masters to lick his completing the final formalities ahead of his $18000000.00 muti events as the 19 year old is undergoing his medical with the italian champions still it's already an established dutch international captain dayaks and there runs a last season's champions league semifinals. of ahead of the premier league says he's confident the introduction of the video assistant referee system want to have a negative impact on the english game manchester city manager. is a fan of a.o.l. but some critics say it can slow the pace of matches decisions will be displayed on big screens at stadiums so fans know what's going on the system is already in use in italy germany and spain. we want to be. operating the way which doesn't interrupt the flow of the game english football is well known for its fast paced aggressive style of football we don't want that to change so what we do want those big decisions to be right so we think we should like something to bring it in. and
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steve bruce has been confirmed as the new manager of newcastle united it's the 10th club the former manchester united player has taken charge of. the africa cup of nations resumes on wednesday with tunisia taking on nigeria in the 3rd place playoff in cairo meanwhile the team that nigeria knocks out cameroon have fired her coach terence defending champions will be to 32 by nigeria in the round of 16 the dutchman who is the only man so form the european champions league with 3 clubs was appointed back in 28. a money pack euros management team have rejected claims that the $53.00 sets it's a con britain's i'm a car lights are on this year former light welterweight world champion can claim seem paki have signed a deal to fight in saudi arabia in november and meantime pack airways sets a fight keith thurman for the w.p.a. super world title on saturday next i'm going to be back in saudi arabia again is going to be in riyadh this time. and it's going to be a hopefully it could be the money we have both signed and i've got the finest bone
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saw just past this fight on the weekend then we're going to fight if not they'll be all the backup plans now to a reassuring reminder that not all sports stars are gifted across a range of disciplines is great basketball star ya cooper trying to sound a baseball under the gods of the new york yankees. in milwaukee bucks forward provided it proving not all skills are necessarily transferable to the n.b.a. as my survival played decline it was the 1st time i've ever played the game. this though a slightly better example of the art of hitting your christian yeah it should be no new keeper is smashing his 2nd great grand slam as his team beat the alonso braves 131 on tuesday. ok plenty more support from me throughout the day but that is it's finance fank you on the back seat for this news hour you can get much more than all the stories we've been telling you about if you had it while web site
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ready to plot a new way to rule sudan nafta more than 30 years a transitional deal signed between the military under civilian coalition. and darren jordan this is our desire on live from also coming up the u.s. imposes new tougher sanctions against me and my military leaders accused of the mass killing of wrecking the muslims. facebook is burned down the house over and over and called every arson a learning experience why facebook's plans for a new crypto currency is worrying g 7 finance ministers and u.s.
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senators. on a creative trip back in time attempts to take a look at the future of france and european politics. we begin with the sit down which could finally be on the path to a new way of government within the past few hours a deal has been signed between the military joint and protest leaders after months of division well they've agreed to form a power sharing body that many hope will eventually lead to civilian rule it will be made up of military members and representatives from the pro-democracy coalition known as the forces for freedom and change with the deals the 1st step towards meeting protesters demands for civilian rule a separate constitution agreement is expected to be signed on friday because it is the done. the transitional military council is reach an agreement with the freedom
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and change forces you have witnessed the signing of the document it is a huge achievement representing a step towards an all inclusive agreement among all the forces in sudan in a new era and paves the way for the upcoming step of the console the dacian and celebration and reinstatement of the constitutional document for the transitional period it's a glorious moment so let's just take a quick look at how we got here after months of protests against his rule the military move president omar al bashir in a coup on april 11th the generals then set up a transitional council while a mass sit in continued outside army headquarters protest leaders held talks with a gentle they agreed on a 3 year transitional period to democracy but the talks soon broke down over who would lead the joint government the military wanted a soldier to be in charge protesters demanded it be led by civilians on june 3rd security forces raided the protest camp outside army headquarters killing more than 100 people all contact between the 2 sides was shut down. on july 3rd after the
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african union and ethiopia stepped in to mediate and within days they agreed to set up a council little government for about 3 years while elections organized well he but morgan is monitoring developments from ethiopia's capital addis ababa just talk us through this agreement between the military and the opposition what does it all mean. well there at the moment that remain that has been signed it is not a complete agreement it's just the beginning of what. the transition agreement that will be signed for the african union and boy on friday now it be and specifies that it will be 5 members from. each in the stock went on sale and then it's on the opposition and it's the forces folks leading into it and it will be a member. of 5 all sides that stop and. as you can see. what they want to see if it is also the issue of executive.
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pricing of uprising of ministers nominated by force in chains that's what it up and asked me to cancel and enjoy and be a force that. this. is a landmark and quite a positive step. it is with pleasure on this morning to bring the good news to the sudanese people that we have signed the political document between the transitional military council and the freedom and change alliance it is historic moment in the history of the sudanese people and their journey of struggle it's a new era of partnership between.


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