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0 examines priam me me. so this is the explosive yes it's basically a wearable robot. revisited on out is iraq. it is the little brits. unite the country and defeat germany. boris johnson lays out his plan as britain's next prime minister. has i'm sick of this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up iran warns any attempt to form an international coalition to protect shipping in the gulf will only bring in security to the region. russia and china carry out a joint air patrols south korea says they violated its airspace. and funerals in
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nigeria's capital for shia muslim protesters who died in clashes with the police over their jailed leader. of the man who led the campaign for braggs it will now have to deliver it boris johnson has won the race to lead the u.k.'s governing conservative party and will become prime minister on wednesday he has vowed to take the u.k. out of the you by the end of october do or die but johnson needs to unite the divided party and an even more polarized nation the barco reports. it was a 2 horse race but there's only have a been one front runner boris johnson demolished his rival foreign secretary jeremy hunt with double the number of votes to become leader of the conservatives and on wednesday the country has now repair a party and a nation torn apart by bricks it deliver bricks it unite the country and defeat
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jeremy corbett. a new front somewhere who was already pointed out that deliver unite and defeat was not the perfect acronym for an election campaign since all pushing its bills dud but they forgot the final easy my friends either energize and i say i say to all the doubters dude we are going to energize the country we're going to get bricks it done on october 3rd he was going to take advantage of all the opportunities that it will bring in a new spirit of can do boris johnson has a clear mandate among conservatives to lead the party but his do or die promise to leave the e.u. on october 31st even without a deal has polarized and panicked many of his opponents. he doesn't have the qualities to make any kind of prime minister having no standards whatsoever of trees and the rest city and then take me to a i think it's very easy to see the similarities between from
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a forest that both belong both. and they both seem to fly by the seat. and make up the policy as they go along there is a wave of worry about what boris johnson's leadership might look like also a huge amount of anger directed at grassroots members of the conservative party i'm conservative m.p.'s for making were the most divisive figure is in modern british politics the next leader of the country earlier in the day cabinet ministers a rifle teresa mayes last meeting as prime minister many of these ministers will be asking how johnson can succeed. the reason my failed we're actually just the same just the same political paralysis as we thought before unless. through some sort of political alchemy able to unlock that. given he's raised expectations pretty. the recriminations could be venomous one big expectation raised by johnson is of
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a new brakes a deal with brussels the use repeatedly said it won't reopen negotiations but as the blocks chief breaks it negotiated tweeted the use ready for dialogue moments after johnson's win was declared bookmakers were taking bets on his demise $5.00 to $1.00 to be the shortest serving prime minister ever he could face a no confidence vote if he fails to deliver on his promises for many months johnson speed on the political margins criticizing the government and often courting controversy now at the center of british politics everything appears to have changed but when it comes to breaks it many question whether anything will change at all. al-jazeera under. a newly appointed e.u. commission chief has warned of challenging times ahead as she congratulated boss johnson. says both sides have to deliver a good deal on the u.k.'s exit from the block attach
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a bottler now with all the european reaction from paris. well the main concern for many european leaders really is what world boris johnson's appointment mean for the briggs's process boris johnson has made it very clear that he doesn't wish to shy away from a deal breaks it but a no deal breaks it is something that most european leaders have been saying all along for months and for years it's something they would like to avoid they say that it doesn't serve the interests of any member state in the european union and that it doesn't serve the interests of britain and they've worked very hard to push away a no deal scenario so they'll be very worried about boris johnson's next move now we've heard from some key european figures the french presence a man on my call who congratulated boris johnson on his appointment as britain's new prime minister he said he looked forward to working with not just on breaks it but on other issues in which france has collaborated with britain very closely such
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as iran we also heard from the main breaks it negotiator michel barnier who said that he looks forward to now completing the brakes a process if you like to an orderly breaks it also heard from another european leader who took perhaps a different angle on boris johnson's appointment. is the a far right interior minister of italy also italy's deputy prime minister and he said in a tweet that because boris johnson was seen by the left wing as a dangerous more dangerous than matter is sylviane is far right party that so made boris johnson for matters of the need a very likable character indeed a u.s. president donald trump has praised boris johnson's election saying he's popular because he's seen as britain's trump. we have a really good man is going to be the prime minister of the u.k.
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now force the a. tough and smart. they say britain truck they can print up and speak with st that's a good thing that they like me over there that's what they wanted the it was the what they need you'll get it done boris is good he's going to do a good job and when he takes office johnson will immediately find himself in the middle of a diplomatic standoff with iran it's only denmark that islands and france are now backing a britain's proposal for a european led naval mission to ensure safe shipping through the strait of hormuz that's where iran sees the u.k. flag to oil tanker on friday but iran's deputy foreign minister says it will secure the strait and not allow any disturbance to shipping also jabari has more from the iranian capital tehran. iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif is the 1st official to comment on the latest developments out of london the foreign minister
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tweeted that the may government seizure of iranian oil at behest of the us is piracy pure and simple i congratulate my former counterpart boris johnson becoming u.k.'s prime minister iran does not seek confrontation we have 1500 miles of persian gulf coast line these are our waters and we will protect them his sentiments are shared by other high ranking officials in iran we've heard from the 1st vice president who also said that the suggestion of a coalition force to patrol the waters of the strait of hormuz and guarded the ships that pass through it is absolutely not necessary and that iran is capable of providing security to the ships in the strait of hormuz and it is up to iran and the regional countries to ensure the safety of their waters meanwhile we've understood that there has been the extraordinary meeting called in vienna for sunday july 28th between the remaining signatories of the j c p o 8 that's
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a 2015 nuclear agreement the iranians will want to discuss the lack of commitment to the nuclear agreement by the remaining signatories mainly the european ones that's britain france and germany on tuesday the iranian president has this bachelor that heating foreign minister. with a letter for french president and the new micron. will deliver this letter to the president in paris we understand that this is really the last ditch effort to try and salvage what is left of this 2015 nuclear deal because iran is insisting that it will continue to scale back its commitments every 60 days until it sees some tangible results on what the europeans have been promising under this deal. russia says it's carried out its 1st joint patrol with china south korea says it fired warning shots and scrambled jets saying the planes violated its airspace japan's
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government has also raised complaints but russia is defending the operation it says the planes flew over neutral waters defense ministry accusing south korean pilots of performing dangerous maneuvers south korean latest summoned a senior russian diplomat over the incident. the reason why we summoned the russian deputy chief of mission without prior notice is to lodge a stern protest on russian aircraft entering the korean air defense identification zone and violation of our airspace and strongly urge them to prevent a reoccurrence andrea abrahamian is a senior at junk fellow at the pacific forum an asia focus think tank he says violating the korean air defense zone is a way of showing it is not respected. well if you look at works china has done in the south china sea which is essentially create new facts on the ground by gradually building up new capabilities while the united states will had its focus
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elsewhere you could imagine it trying to adapt that playbook for for air defense as well it's already a bit of an issue that's ongoing because what countries do is they designate air identification zone that is not part of any treaty or or un convention anything like that it's just a unilateral space that they ask incoming airplanes to identify themselves in china's and south korea's overlap so it's pretty regular for china to violate. or traverse the space the overlaps as a way of demonstrating that they don't care or don't respect that south korean identification zone will see if flights that actually push up against actual airspace which is smaller than the identification zone will see if that increases and if so what the response of the u.s.
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and its allies will be over. the syrian state media has reported an attack in the mountainous region of tal haaretz in that our province reports say several israeli missiles were fired at the areas known to be a base for iranian backed fighters no casualties have been reported funerals have been held for 6 people killed in protests in nigeria's capital a budget the military and police had clashed with muslims who were calling for the release of it. he's a prominent leader who's been in prison since 2015 many jesus has more from a bullshitter. despite monday's violence members of the islamic movement of nigeria the amber alert going to his vision of shias in nigeria attempted together for another round of protest in the nation's capital however the police did not allow their numbers to go to an uncontrollable level like on monday so did this poster called and made some arrests now on monday for a brambles that is
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a key believe of the shia meant to nigeria go into court for another round of bail application for the detained leader of the shia movement and his spouse as well as members of the. movement in nigeria who've been recalled been in detention ever since in 2015 the army or security forces cracked down on the movement leading to a number of deaths hundreds of deaths saying that the numbers killed in fact is more than 1000 however the authorities say the number is far less than that in the northern northwestern part of nigeria we hear of another protest there or get this time organized a counter protest organized by the residents of the state asking the nigerian government not to leave the leader of the shia movement all right still ahead on a day much of washington has been waiting for the preview wednesday's congressional testimony by former special counsel robert. how much cutting taxes to create jobs
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in greece is more complicated than it seems. to have as a something in china has been to west it was in sichuan yesterday and the day before and given the lack of movement to the cloud it tropico be repeated on all parts of your non there are going to be shasta sasso that tongue probably too. and shanghai probably drive along the yanks you pick up some rain run will hand for example but the heaviest rains probably going to be to the southwest and that's true it extends actually to the northeast of india where the heaviest rain is forgotten moment and will do the next couple of days or a day off some parts of china and the same is true in the philippines scattered thunderstorms maybe a concentration this mass here is drifting towards far south of talent malaysia
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peninsula malaysia and might bring some heavy rain to sudden vietnam in the next day or so and sheraton singapore much of indonesia has been and remains dry at the moment including bali now the monsoon it has reached pakistan and the white cloud here a few light showers nothing substantial heavy rain there is still disappointedly really in the peninsula of india or in the northeast corner with not much in film there is a bit in maharashtra for example even trying to stretch up towards but just on the won't make it but we are still for most parts deficient. sponsored by. in the case to have or associate to the incident at least has the potential to be biased in a number of different ways 30. for the computer to get. those officers who commit those data entry is wrong to be saying that your summitry my is wrong to.
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kill becoming a suspect before the actual crime and then depth examination into preventative policing pre-crime on al-jazeera. and again you're watching ideas in a reminder of our top stories this hour boris johnson has won the race to lead the u.k.'s governing conservative party and will become prime minister on wednesday johnson has also vowed to take the u.k. out of the e.u. by the end of october. italy denmark the netherlands and france a bank britain's proposal for a european led naval mission to ensure safe shipping through the strait of hormuz
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that's where iran sees the u.k. flank oil tanker on friday. funerals have been held for 6 people killed in protests in nigeria's capital of egypt's military and police clash with shiite muslims who are calling for the release of the prominent leader ibrahim and. a former u.s. special counsel robert muller will do will go before congress on wednesday over his investigation into russian interference in the 2016 presidential election democrats are likely to push on whether the president obstructed justice joining the investigation she returns he has more from washington. for almost 2 years some opponents of president trump reached a frenzy as they speculated about what special counsel robert muller might uncover as he investigated allegations of khushwant between the trump campaign and russia during the 2016 election in the end they were disappointed there was insufficient evidence to charge a broader conspiracy nonetheless it's expected the democrats will concentrate on
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the repeated contacts between russian nationals and members of the trump campaign in the 2nd of wednesday's hearings before the house intelligence committee as well as allegations of russian interference in the election democrats are expected to focus on whether donald trump obstructed the investigation itself in the 1st hearing before the house judiciary committee specifically with a bold truck would have been indicted how do you not been president has cited department of justice guidelines in explaining why the president wasn't charged with obstruction under longstanding department policy a president president cannot be charged with a federal crime while he is in office. that is unconstitutional but mother was also careful to say that if he had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime he would have said sorry for some democrats there is there is an opportunity to attempt to mobilize public opinion to support at the very least the opening of an impeachment investigation currently the pose do you suggest fervent
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support among the public a new appetite among the house democratic leadership they're trying to make the report come to life many people didn't take the time to read a 450 page dr prosecute tutorial report and this is something that you know will illustrate what is actually in it and we know that last time when he was when he gave a statement a public statement you know public opinion started to shift a little bit the key question is when the report of the constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to accuse a president of wrongdoing so does he mean congressional impeachment republicans are likely to focus on what they allege is the bias that led to a one sided investigation in the 1st place they will also tend to present mother's testimony as the definitive conclusion of the whole episode but frankly miller has made clear that if he can help it he will not give either side what they're looking for and the report is my testimony i would not provide information beyond that
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which is already public in any appearance before congress she ever counts the al-jazeera washington amol gasper as been sworn in as the new u.s. secretary of defense the longest period the pentagon has been without a permanent top official esper received strong bipartisan support in the senate 900 votes to 8 in places james mattis quit last year of a policy disc remains with president donald trump 55 year old has had a long career in the military and served as army secretary since 2017. a u.s. middle east envoy jason green blatt has been involved in a heated exchange at the united nations he defended israel's decision to demolish a cluster of palestinian homes in the occupied west bank 16 residential blocks in wedi and hamas close to the separation wall and been destroyed again space has more from the united nations well we've seen an angry splash spat between the u.s.
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special representative who's working with jared kirschner on the trumpet ministrations peace plan and european envoys at the security council all of the e.u. members came out and read out a statement condemning the demolition of those palestinian homes but the strongest criticism came from the german ambassador and that is after jason greenlighted said that the international consensus was out of date on the issue and that international law busy was something that was interpreted in different ways by different people he was referring in particular to the last resolution that was passed by the obama administration under the obama administration 2234 on settlements that was passed by the security council the obama administration decided to abstain and not to use their veto angering the trumpet ministration it was about to come into office so that was the backdrop for this angry exchange we
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will not get to the bottom of who's interpretation of international law is correct on this conflict there is no judge jury or court in the world that the parties involved have agreed to give jurisdiction in order to decide whose interpretations are correct. international law with respect to this conflict is a tricky subject that could be discussed and argued for years without ever reaching a conclusion for us international law is not menu a la carte there are other instances where u.s. representatives here insist on international law insist on the implementation of u.n. security council resolutions for instance on north korea and where we follow we absolutely support this and as the head of the sanctions committee worked very hard to implement word by word to u.n. security council resolutions so for us $2334.00 just to name the latest of un security council rutan is binding law and this is international consensus it is the
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us that has left the international consensus on 2334 so very different positions that the german representative making it clear their position the u.s. special representative saying that there is no judge jury or court that decides international law but every single other person around that table believed they were sitting in that final court of international law on issues of peace and security and everyone else including the u.s. until now it seems had believed that under the u.n. charter the u.n. security council's rulings would binding and became international law a federal government leaders in ethiopia have ordered troops and police to the south of the country following violent protests at least 25 people have been killed in the southern region where activists have been demanding their own state ever morgan has more from the capital at this hour. activists from the southern nations
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and nationalities regional state describe the situation in their area as sense especially after the decision from the future and federal government to deploy troops to the region they're saying that they're worried this would prompt more arrests now this comes on the backdrop of the to dhamma ethnic group which is the 5th largest ethnic group if you're demanding its own federal state the field is governed on a federal system with each and every state having its own regional president under saddam or ethnic group believe that they have the right to become the 10th federal state in the country the prime minister's office have a right you weren't against the saddam ethnic group declaring their own independence and becoming a federal state and they say that constitutional reforms and electron reforms are currently taking place and they've proposed that the referendum which was supposed to be held last thursday be pushed back by 5 months now that's something that the regional government and some opposition parties have agreed to but activist since they have been protesting and opposition figures from the national liberation front
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say that at least 50 people have been killed and they're worried that with the deployment of troops there will be more death. a pow is returning to parts of venezuela after a nationwide power called the lasted nearly 9 hours the government accused opponents of sabotaging a power station while opposition leader blame the government for failing to invest in the national grid. another night in the dark as a nationwide power cut leaves millions without electricity. lights were out in more than half of venezuela's $23.00 states including the capital caracas canceled metro stations and disabled traffic lights caused huge traffic jams forcing people to find other ways to commute. as a citizen i feel terrible abandon because there is no contingency plan look we're all walking there are people who do not know how they're going to get hurt. the
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country's main airport was also in the dock leaving hundreds of travelers stranded the government blames the blackout on some of its opponents who it says sabotage a power station. in. the 1st indications received from the investigation point to the existence of an electromagnetic attack that such with fact. generation system of the main provider of the service in the country while the opposition leader tweeted the outage was a result of government corruption and incapacity the last major power cut was in march and that triggered opposition protests demanding president nicolas maduro step down as the 2 sides fight for political control venezuela has plunged into economic turmoil and the u.s. imposed sanctions. millions of people are struggling to and a living as they face medicine and food shortages and hyper inflation. how does it affect me in every way i live on the 11th floor i don't have electricity i don't
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have water because without electricity you can't be pumped i can't buy anything with a debit card i don't. have any cash then lumber you know i'm hungry and i want to eat but there's nowhere to swipe my card because none of the machines work with the financial crisis i can't even buy a hot dog with cash. while authorities work to restore the power grid venezuelan struggle to survive day to day and say they urgently want to solution to the instability really mohammed al jazeera. china's former premier league paying has died at the age of $91.00 he will be remembered for announcing martial law during pro-democracy protests in tiananmen square in 1989 rights activist referred to him as the butcher of beijing in greece the new government is proposing tax cuts saying it will create more jobs and bring an end to the financial crisis there the critics say although the conservatives have
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a majority in parliament they'll find it hard to deliver on their promises johnson reports from the island. 10 years ago just before the global financial crisis wrecked the greek economy underwood's took over his father's chicken he stopped selling to wholesalers and launched his own brendan distribution and is expanding into frozen pies his turnover increased 20 fold to over a $1000000.00 and his payroll has risen from $4.00 to $25.00 people and the root source has some advice for the opposition conservatives poised to win next month's election and who want to expand on success stories like his. taxes are much heavier now and i try to offset them as much as possible with investments but if it weren't for such high taxes i would have invested even more in the past few years farms were among the hardest hit businesses during the greek economic depression their income tax quadrupled their social security payments went up their diesel subsidy
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was eliminated and the sales tax they paid on raw materials doubled this massively increased the amount of money farmers have to set aside each year in order to stay in business and many have been leaving the profession one in 3 farmers who went into business during the crisis has quit says a recent survey to encourage entrepreneurship new democracy is promising to cut corporate tax from 29 to 20 percent and hopes to help create 700000 new jobs in 5 years some say that can't be achieved with tax cuts alone. or both of those tax cuts can help take my small company cutting corporate tax from 29 to 20 percent lowering social security contributions and subsidizing them for young workers all this allows me to hire one extra person who we need once you buy that the entire economy it makes a difference but other things are needed to. accountants a very few businesses show any profit because of high tax and red tape
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a recent study showed that less than 5 percent of businesses pays 80 percent of course. protects the rest pay almost no taxes to make the economy sustainable economists say as well as tinkering with taxes the new democracy party will have to confront bureaucracy and resistance to change in the state and that observers say will take huge political courage jumper oculus al-jazeera. this is al jazeera is going to round up of our top stories boris johnson has won the race to lead the u.k.'s governing conservative party and become prime minister on wednesday johnson says he will take the u.k. out of the e.u. by the end of october we're going to get bricks it done on october 3rd it was going to take advantage of all the opportunities that it will bring in a new spirit of can do and we are once again going to believe in ourselves and what
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we can achieve unlike some slumbering giant we're going to rise and ping off the guy ropes self-doubt and negativity with that education better infrastructure more police fantastic food fiber broadband sprouting in every household we are going to unite this amazing country and we are going to take it forward i thank you very much for the incredible honor that you've just done me i will work flat out from now on with my team that i will build i hope to the next few days to repay your confidence but in the meantime the campaign is over and the work begins iran's foreign minister has congratulated bars johnson on twitter and says his country is not seeking confrontation follows a request by the u.k. for a european led mission to ensure a safe shipping is through the strait of hormuz that's where iran seized a u.k. flagged oil tanker on friday italy denmark the netherlands and france are backing the british plan. a russia is defending its 1st joint patrol with china south
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korea says it fired warning shots and scrambled jets saying that the planes of violated its airspace to pan's government also raise complaints the russia says the planes flew over neutral waters mark asper has been sworn in as the new u.s. secretary of defense it ends the longest period the pentagon has been without a permanent top official you have places james mattis who quit last year of a policy disagreements with president. funerals have been held for 6000000 for 6 people killed in protests in nigeria's capital of security forces and clash with muslims who are calling for the release of their leader imprisoned since 2015 those are the headlines inside stories next.
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he's a hard core break this year and now boris johnson will be the u.k. so i minister after winning the conservative party leadership so how will he deliver on greg and the many other challenges ahead this is inside story. hello and welcome to the program pollan boris johnson had campaigned on a do or die pledge to deliver brags that the man has provoked much controversy one the leadership of the conserved.


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