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executions since 2003 have been carried out of the state level that with 25 last year attorney general william bar has now made the decision to reinstate the death penalty at the federal level president has long called for more executions 5 inmates will be executed from december nicole austen hillary is the executive director of the u.s. program of human rights watch she says the government should not be expanding the use of capital punishment there are many individuals who are who are on death row who have been found innocent we know research has shown that we know that our death penalty has a disparate impact on black and brown people in this country that has a disparate impact on core communities and so because of those various issues it doesn't make sense for this nation as a democracy to reinstitute this mechanism applying to act as a form of punishment when it is simply fraught with so many inconsistencies and
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frankly out of the united states $21.00 states have made the decision to stop using the death penalty all and each of us they present verdicts using life in prison without any possibility of wall as an alternative we believe that that is a type of punishment that states should be considering rather they are looking at the death penalty which again we believe is simply inhumane and should be taken off the table altogether an american rapper whose case has been taken up by president donald trump has been charged with assault in sweden asap rocky whose real name is rocky miles will remain in a jail pending trial he was detained earlier this month after a fight the 2 men miles lawyers says he acted in self defense last week trump urged the swedish prime minister to free my eyes and said he would personally vouch for his bail patrick o'brian has more from washington. u.s. president donald trump obviously not happy at expressing it in the place he usually
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does and that's on twitter this time he sent in nasty messages to the prime minister of sweden over the fate of a u.s. rapper. now rocking he was arrested in sweden after allegedly assaulting 2 men he put out a videotape say he was being harassed there's competing videotapes that show him and 2 of his bandmates pretty viciously attacking him beating these 2 men so the president was lobbied by kanye west a very controversial entertainer to try and step in so he said he would so he called the prime minister of sweden who said i'm not going to stop and that's a legal proceeding that has to play its way out without interference of the president taking to twitter and saying that the prime minister is let down the african-american community in the u.s. complaining that the u.s. does so much for sweden and doesn't get anything in return and saying that sweden needs to fix its own very serious crime problem just put it in some perspective into 20 teen according to sweden they had 108 intentional acts of violence in the
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u.s. it's estimated that every single day more than $100.00 people are killed and that's just by guns how the governor of hawaii has agreed to negotiate with protesters over the construction of a giant telescope the $1400000000.00 project is being built on a mountain that's considered one of the world's best viewing platforms and many indigenous hawaiians also consider it sacred and they've been blocking access to the sign for almost 2 weeks mike hanna reports to get that for them after more than a week of protests by native hawaiians and activists the government in honolulu was forced to act this week the state's governor visited the controversial construction site of the 30 meter telescope project pledging to listen to the concerns of the protesters the demonstrators say the project would disagree the sacred ground so the whole why and mountain. and the governor now recognizes the grievances saying
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he's willing to work with the protesters and we are committed to. finding a weak or. in a peaceful more concerned mood looking forward to harbor dialogue and much opposition will be required. as we move forward i don't want to see anyone suffer and we will see people get sick and die if they're forced to spend 3 weeks 3 months or god forbid 3 years blocking this road i'm heartened by his presence i'm glad he's here i think he will experience what we've been saying about what this place looks and feels like about our conduct of. the passion of all the people who are willing to withstand these these cold temperatures and i should conditions many native hawaiians have long been angered by the presence of a number of observatories on the mountain they know as mana chaos but the
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$1500000000.00 project also has supporters who are expected to rally at the state capital on thursday among their many native hawaiians insisting the project will create jobs the international attention over the mountain protest has drawn star power actor dwayne the rock johnson is samoan but grew up how why and understands the pain of protesters at what they view as sacrilege some of us a. perspective a culture respecting people and doing things the right way of making it but underlying the debate an argument that his about more than a sacred mountain it's also about the state's economic interests being given priority. over native hawaiian cultural rights a concern that resonates far beyond the big island mike hanna al jazeera. coming up in such.
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all right. thank you very much columbia's nora quinton has won stage 18 of the tour de france is felipe state 1st overall as he attempts to become the 1st home winner since 1985 quintana pairing away in the alps to win by a minute and a half moving into the top 7 for the colombian ego but now also on the move the
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team in the us ryder is up the 2nd behind leader our felipe defending champion durant thomas has dropped the 3rd the race finishes in paris on sunday. more bad news for thomas after rose kicked out of a tall following altercation with tony martin during wednesday's stage the pair say i've been harshly treated. a group of female inmates has a riding every stage of the top head of the male professionals are trying to push for a women's version of cycling's biggest race but what sort of france organizers say it just isn't possible for now has more from the french alps the spectacular peaks of the french alps still dotted with patches of snow despite the summer heat there is no our mountain passes more than 2300 meters high for these riders it's a tantalizing test of strength and part of a campaign for women's tour de france the world's most famous bike race is exclusively for men we want
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a women's race equal to the men's because the tour de france is monuments it's the race for the best way to encourage young women to cycle is with media coverage of a big women's race 5 years ago this group of women set out to raise awareness about the inequalities in professional cycling each july they ride all $21.00 stages of the tour it's a challenging route of nearly 3500 kilometers but they do so in conditions far less comfortable than the men's with traffic a modest support team no prize money or fanfare. this year these international riders have joined them where every day guys have got full time jobs and if we can do it anybody can do it we've got a lot fatigue in the legs it's like that nations all over the place as well because it's quite draining mentally as well as physically because we don't have the support that the professionals have in the 1980s the organizers of the tour de france experimented with the women's race but they said that it failed to attract enough public and media attention but times have changed women's sport is popular
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and now the organizers are saying that they are considering an equivalent women's. the a.s.o. company that runs the tour has yet to provide details of a future race but it's expected to be longer than they were one day women's event these tour enthusiastic they it'd be a welcome addition to the cycling calendar. woman's world cup team had lots of coverage so why not a women's tour de france at the end of the 18th stage the galley be a pass is a grueling climb but the prospect of a women's tour makes the efforts worthwhile. yes euphoric at the idea that the organizers of the tour think it is possible to create a big stage race in france for women riders they really deserve it. reaching the top is overwhelming for some but the sense of achievement is clear and with only days until the end of the 3 week challenge these women are riding high natasha
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butler the galbi pass the alps france. in goal for america's paula creamer has a one shot lead after the 1st day of the 4th major championship of the year on the women's top she shot a round of 60 for the evian championship in eastern fronts and walk remote targets of 1st major titles and 2010 england mel read her giving herself a chance of climbing the 1st major of her career eagle on the 18th putting her within 2 shots on the lead. manchester united have picked up their 4th straight pre-season when united beating champions league final a start and 21 here in shanghai and marcel scoring the opener some bad news for united arab by carried off with what appeared to be a pretty serious knee injury deflected lucas more from resulted in the lies of for spurs before teenager injured government. grabbing the winner from. here and seen as a marker when asked he will be hoping an incident from
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a friendly against benfica isn't and i went for his season ahead when i see missing . and i can go all in the game against champions this game played in new jersey turned out to be a pretty costly miss as benfica went on to win 21. ireland still with a good chance of recording their 1st ever test match when having bowled england out for 85 at lord's on wednesday the hosts recovered somewhat on day 2 jack leach top scoring with 92 the world champions finishing the day on 303 for 9 leading by a 181 runs i'm going to try and cause all time great players is getting ready to compete in his last one day international fast bowler lasith malinga will retire from o.d.i. after friday's match against bangladesh the 35 year old has taken more than 300 wickets in this form of the gang he will continue to play c 20 internationals thiessen louis cardinals completed a 4 game sweep of the pirates in pittsburgh for the 1st time since 2004 paul
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goldsmith hit a home run for the full straight game in this 63 when the cardinals won 11 of their past 13 games and now have a share of 1st place in the national the central to other defending super bowl champions than in the patriots were back at work on thursday the patriots and other teams in the league have begun their training camps ahead of what is the n.f.l. since he receives and star quarterback tom brady looking for his 7th title when the team get their season underway in september against fierce rivals the pittsburgh steelers ok that is always sport for now more later. finally space x. has reached a new milestone successfully reusing a rocket for a 3rd time it's the 18th commercial cargo mission to the international space station for the company but rockets are not often reuse this mission is carrying more than a ton of scientific research materials they include a 3 d. printer that makes you meant to shoot rockets booster successfully landed back on
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earth. as always there's lots more on our website just go on al-jazeera dot com for all the latest stories that we're following for you al-jazeera dot com that's it for this news hour and for me has i'm sick about my colleague elizabeth purana would be here with more news in a couple. i've been looking at your instagram account and reading. this is a dialogue when donald trump announce his candidacy for president everyone laughed at them everyone has a boyce the best chance the democrats have to beat donald trump is to nominate an exciting inspirational callus mother nominee to join the global conversation on your part to get twitter and you find out is iraq. also one of our biggest
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hello and welcome to al-jazeera live from our headquarters in doha with the problem also ahead tonight there has a new interim leader after the death of the country's 1st democratically elected president. north korea says its latest missile test as a warning to the south while the u.s. has a new round of diplomacy is eminent. and the brakes at reality check for the new precious prime minister says it wants to negotiate the withdrawal agreement. the u.n. says as many as $150.00 refugees and migrants may have drowned off the coast of libya they were on board 2 boats that left the town of homes east of the capital tripoli with around 300 people on board on the hof of them could be rescued and are schapelle reports. of put her children on
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a wooden boat she was trying to make it to europe by any means possible instead the journey became the worst tragedy this year in the mediterranean sea nearly 150 passengers were rescued by local fishermen her son wasn't one of them she's blaming international organizations for a lack of support most of the invisible i lost my 7 year old child i don't want anything now except to go back to my country sudan to die there. survivors will return to libya a primary departure point for people fleeing poverty and war in africa and the middle east one person drowns in the mediterranean for every 6 that successfully reach europe's shores we've now had more than 700 deaths on the mediterranean this year if current trends for this year continue but will see us past more than 1000 deaths on the mediterranean for the 6th year in a row it's a really bleak milestone really bad is thinking about it comes just weeks after
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more than 50 people lost their lives in a detention center following an asse strike into giora and really once again stresses the edge and see if it was needed of a need for a shift in approach to the situation in libya in the mediterranean. libya's coast guard continues to take migrants to 2 jura the detention center holding mostly african migrants that was bombed 3 weeks ago by air forces believed to be loyal to the warlord khalifa haftar it's near the front line of fighting as huffed are tries to take the capital the u.n. says the current model which is backed by the e.u. must change one where libya's coast guard intercepts and forcibly returns people caught trying to cross the sea. there's a conflict going on all and the moderates and become a pawn in this game they're used to make money for people who have to pay their passage. mentions servitude in effect and then there would. not be
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a situation. turning away from it or banning books from rescuing people are simply not the way to go the u.n. refugee agency estimates that 6000 other refugees and migrants are being held in libyan detention centers even though they haven't committed a crime yet they remain highly at risk of getting caught in the conflict or dying at sea and are schapelle al-jazeera. now mohamed n.s.a. has been sworn in as tennessee as interim president after the death of president the subsea mind to 2 year olds have said guided to nazir into a new era of democracy after protests in 2011 that toppled longtime leaders and then ben ali and sparked a wave of op risings in the middle east a general election will be held by mid september has heart again has more. a new phase in tunisia's government the speaker of parliament mohamed in a sewer sworn in to serve temporarily as the country's president he will take over
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for up to 90 days while elections are organized. i swear by god almighty to protect the independence of tunisia and the safety of its lands to respect the constitution and law and fully take care of the people's interests and be loyal to tunisia in this young democracy a vacant post for the country's leadership could spark a power struggle among tunisia's political parties deafened lot of what candidates who are considered to be quite popular and quite strong but also very controversial . have been barred from running the presidential elections by parson parliament not too long ago this was not yet been signed by missteps in before he passed away and i think we'll hear a lot more about this controversy next couple of days president benjy kiters said speed who spent the last few weeks of his life in a not of the hospital was a leading figure in what was known as the arab spring uprising as prime minister and then tunisians 1st democratically elected president he helped draft
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a new constitution guaranteeing freedom of speech. his accomplishments though were often overshadowed by a weak economy and high unemployment rate there is despair nobody can deny that there is the sense of hopelessness nobody can deny that however in comparison to other countries there is no hope. we can fix the pot and go to all the more prosperous than 87 days of national mourning have been declared as the country honors the life and legacy of a says speech no know what it is though he started his mission on a positive note and he finished that the same way may he rest in peace his predecessors heard the country but he was a good man who served his country no one did that before him no one shot. we hope the next president will be even better we hope our country will be stable and safe we have some terrorism but the country doesn't blame him it's unclear who will be the front runner in tunisia's next presidential election but the groundwork has
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already been laid out for what should be a smooth transition katia lopez so the yawn al-jazeera. david chaytor has more from tunis. the presidential elections were due to be held in the vendor but now they're being brought forward to the middle of september this is written under the constitution that allows the speaker of parliament to serve in a temporary position as president for up to 90 days so the constitution of course is one of the main legacies of the president and it is that which is guiding the future and the future stability it has been extraordinary that this president has managed to steer this country to a successful transition towards democracy perhaps the only one in the arab uprisings which actually managed to do that now has yet to be seen how contentious
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this fight will be for the presidential election but there is the legacy of the president as much as he tried to weave together both the secular and religious elements of politics and he did that successfully wall that still be maintained after his death will the unemployment problems here the unemployment rate is now risen to 15 percent it's much you and i are in that amongst the youth there is a huge amount of protests swirling about the fact that the moxy might have come and stayed in tunisia but the economy is not responding and there's a great deal of pressure on the government to do something about that so they're hoping for a smooth transition but we'll have to hold our breath and wait and see if they get it. algeria's interim leader. has set up a 6 member panel to oversee a national dialogue it's aimed at organizing the country's presidential election
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the move follows months of demonstrations which led to president of the disease with of his resignation and then his 20 year old protesters say they want to complete a political overhaul with the ruling elite how to account for corruption. now north korea says thursday's missile launches were warning to south korea and want solved to stop importing high tech weapons and end joint military exercises with the u.s. the announcement on more korean state television confirms suspicions that the tests were a new kind of missile launchers were the 1st since may well despite the missile tests u.s. secretary of state by pompei remains optimistic the united states can reach an agreement with north korea pompei it says he hopes to start a new round of talks next month well let's get more on this our correspondent rob bryant is joining us live from the south korean capital of the north koreans or was bragging about these missiles capabilities rob what are they saying.
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that's right elizabeth the north korean television friday morning confirming also that north korean leader kim jong un personally oversaw this missile test and as you mentioned they are saying that this is a new type of missile it has a guided tactical capability and analysts here in south korea and also in japan have been analyzing further data from these 2 this double missile launch they are confirming that it does seem to be a new type of guided missile a south korean defense ministry official here telling us it seems to be based on a russian misstep miss are known as the skandha this has the capability of being preprogrammed to change course and direction mid-flight and now the concern for the militaries here in south korea and also in japan is that it makes them a lot harder to intercept with anti missile systems already in existence or being
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developed by the militaries in south korea and japan so that's the concern that really does seem to be a growing sophistication in the north korean missile systems interestingly on the timing of this north korea does says it is a warning to south korea not to take part in these military exercises also seemingly for increased increasingly importing sophisticated military hardware of its own particularly the f. 35 stealth fighter calling south korea war mongers but interestingly not directing any of its anger at the u.s. it still wants to try to keep good relations with the trumpet ministration where it sees its best chance of trying to win some relief from the sanctions and on the sanctions rob where you are in south korea they're releasing their estimate of the north economic figures for 2018 and they will give us an idea of how much sanctions
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ahead in the country how much pressure it's under because that will of course have an impact on how willing north korea is how much is willing to compromise end any talks. absolutely in fact those figures have just been released in the past few minutes and they do show that in 2018 the north korean economy contract is by 4 point one percent now these figures are compiled by the bank of career for the south korean economy but they also provide figures for the g.d.p. of north korea because north korea doesn't publish its own figures so it has shown that there was a minus figure last year the economy contracted by 4 point one percent and that is on top of a further 3 and a half percent contraction that we saw in 2017 that was at the height of the missile and nuclear testing crisis when these sanctions really began to bite so for .


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