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do you think it's helped by opinion i think they're both dangerous take note on al-jazeera. and. protestors back out it's on the streets all sit on after 5 people most of them teenagers were killed by security forces on monday. although i'm hala my kids in this is al jazeera life and also coming up. the man accused of organizing the september 11th attacks reportedly offers to help victims' families who are suing saudi arabia. up to 60 inmates are killed during
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a prison riots between rival gangs in brazil plus. 0000000 hong kong's protests go underground causing chaos on the city's subway. protesters are back on the streets across sudan after 5 demonstrators were killed on monday in response the heads of the military jones says quotes the killing of peaceful students is a crime that requires immediate accountability 4 of those who died were teenagers shot spy security forces trying to disperse of rally made up of mostly students and activists opposition groups though are demanding a food investigation. what happened in elevators the straw
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that will break the military council's back we need to know who committed the massacre in the military council has tourists from entering into court if they don't then leave this council and the professionals association and the coalition of freedom and change going to hell. let's cross live now to have a morgan in a capsule of neighboring ethiopia and have a quite a strong reaction there from the head of the military council will this put kate's protesters who are on the streets fright night well how at the moment the protesters don't seem to be wanting to listen to the transitional straight down source or the opposition coalition as the forces of freedom and change if they don't see that this. is for the front mission of the transitional government is going to be halted and they will be investigations and accountability and justice for the loss of lives that have happened yesterday protesters have come out from various universities various high schools not just in the capital shutdown but in other cities as well condemning the violence that happened yesterday in the city of
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a little bit in north korea they're saying that this violence is unacceptable that the opposition coalition is needs to take the stronger stance needs to basically hold negotiations need to let them know that they are still on the protest site and not seeking power and trying to the transitional government ignoring that puts us to such that gave them legitimacy in the 1st place not here but the so comes after those protests on monday where at least 4 children were were killed just why were those teenagers out on the streets. well it started yesterday morning around 9 o'clock local time and this is when students went to school and realized that there is a shortage of bread and there is spikes in the prices of transports and fuel now instantly these are the same things that spouts of the revolution in december and which we still see protests ongoing ever since those same protests have a president on an issue on their weapons of april with the help of the military in which the ruling military junta came to power but the problem is still persists in
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sudan there is still a fuel shortages there is still a shortage of bread so protesters are saying that their living conditions is not getting any better and that is what took them out to the streets to protest in the 1st place resulting in the violence was was they came out of the classrooms in north kordofan state to complain about bread shortages and the rising cost of fuel and transport was. but minutes after the student protest party in the city of i'm hoping to kriti forces opened fire i so much want to. my brother died as a martyr and i will not cry over him because god willing he's in heaven blood for blood we want to accept anything else. funeral have been held for some of the several people killed some reportedly by sniper shots to the head of the central committee put to dance doctors which is allied to the opposition says doesn't sustained critical injuries.
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following months of political turmoil more protests started on saturday protestors infuriated by the announcement from the committee investigating the pro-democracy sit in killings on 23rd in hard to the committee announced that the ruling military junta wasn't to blame and that $87.00 protesters died activists see the truth total is more than $100.00. hours after monday's killings in protesters in other cities came out to condemn the renewed violence many demanding that the opposition coalition known as the forces of freedom and change halt negotiations with the ruling military joint had to form a transitional government. both fights signed an initial power sharing agreement earlier this month but are yet to agree on a final deal and former government some activists are concerned that the talks and deal theme to be centered only in the capital is this something that only happens
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outside and areas that are not part of the center is it like people in the center can come out and protest and they're ok but people in the periphery can't so we need to know answers to these questions. as talks between the opposition coalition and the military john to continue to do the demand 1st of all in government as well as calls for justice and accountability not just for the lives lost in part to me june but for the sudanese killed in protests in many other states nationwide complaining. so acutely that anger hello 1st from the results of the investigation that was announced by the head of the investigation committee saying that the military agency has nothing to do with the attack on the streets in unjoin search then with the violence that happened in a low grade yesterday morning so protesters are saying that they will continue to be out on the streets and they are right now looking at the transitional military council and the opposition coalition those have on gender violence but they're saying that with the ongoing violence and with the protests what does that on the
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street saying that nothing is fair and that they want accountability and justice for their eyes are right now on the transition military council and the opposition coalition and the talks that are expected to be held later ok here are morgan there live for us in addis ababa thank you very much indeed. now the alleged organizer of the september 11th attacks says he may be willing to help victims' families in their lawsuits against saudi arabia that's according to reports which claim that in return for the check muhammad wants the government to abandon its bid to execute him as he reports from washington d.c. . the survivors and victims of the september 11th attacks believe saudi arabia was behind it and they are suing to prove it now they might get help from an unlikely source suspected mastermind khalid shaikh muhammad in the lawsuit lawyers asked to speak to muhammad and he made a surprising response seeming to offer to cooperate against saudi with a condition remove the possibility of a death sentence writing in the absence of
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a potential death sentence much broader cooperation would be possible the president who often sides with saudi could face pressure this time to make the deal that it could virtually bankrupt saudi arabia all their assets in the united states and elsewhere could be. seen so the incentive for mr trump as opposed to others to wave in is not very great but still it may be in the year 2020 that the united states population in general is not going to be sympathetic to mr trump running in seeking their vote if it looks like he's taking the side of saudi arabia over the victims of $911.00 and on the senate floor monday saudi arabia a source of extremism and bloodshed in the world a clear indication that the country's relationship with the united states is strained senator citing the killing of journalists as one reason the war in yemen another. by now we are well acquainted with what has been at best the incompetent
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and at worst criminal actions of saudi arabia's air strikes in yemen all evidence suggests that the saudis have been tension only targeted hospitals bridges power stations apartment buildings weddings schools and yes even a school bus filled with children his plea to senators override a presidential veto and stop an $8000000000.00 arms deal with saudi it failed to get the votes needed the bill on reconsideration fails to pass over the veto of the president of united states but the pressure on saudi continues in the u.s. house of representatives a committee has released a report on ties between the trump administration and saudi in the united arab emirates the investigation focuses on attempts by saudi to obtain nuclear technology according to congressional investigators the relationship was so close that when candidate trump was scheduled to give a major energy speech his close friend tom barrack circulated the draft among
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iranians saudi officials and then passed suggestions back to mr brock who conveyed them to trump campaign chairman paul man of fort the house says it will continue to investigate the relationship and the senate says it will continue to try and block the arms sales meaning regardless of what the president wants saudi arabia will likely stay in the u.s. headlines for the forseeable future political gain al-jazeera washington a battle was seen rival gangs in a jail in brazil has killed at least 57 prisoners 16 were beheads its authors dies from their cells were set on fire 2 members of staff were taken hostage released following the riots fishless said several artists were prison riot so in brazil are common as to be simple explains from neighboring argentina. another brutal riot in brazil this time in the city of media in the northern state of apparently at 7
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o'clock in the morning this monday a group of gang members tried to take over another side of a prison there and that's what started this fighting apparently they set up several roadblocks of fires in order to prevent or 3 days from reaching the area that's where the major fighting took place and that's where at least 52 people were killed 16 of them were beheaded and the others died because of thoughtful cation it's not clear yet what started the fighting most of these are saying that it's fighting between them for control of drugs around that area but it's not clear yet and there is an investigation ongoing the minister of justice in brazil said your model called for an urgent meeting he also isolated the gang members and increased security in that area this whole incident lasted for about 5 hours but this type of prison riots are very common in northeastern brazil mostly because it has one of the 3rd of the world's 3rd largest prison population one of the highest homicide
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rates in the world the situation in the prisons with overcrowding violence and inhumane condition is what makes the situation even worse and that's why in a way gang members use brutal ways in order to send messages to those from rival organizations most of the government have taken immediate action in order to solve the situation increase security intelligence among other things but they do not solve the real problems within the prisons which is mostly overcrowding and also shortages of staff among other things. whoa way sense its revenue has shot up 23 percent in the 1st 6 months of this year's suggest the u.s. sanctions aren't slowing the chinese tech giant and yet it's still its chairman admits its sales have suffered some impacts and warns of difficulties in the 2nd half of 29 t. the us president blacklisted huawei in may blocking it sank says to us suppliers talks to address the trade war between the world's 2 largest economies are
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receiving in shanghai. we've got the weather up next then indonesia says it could take 2 months to stop oil gushing from a broken well in the java sea. and taking from criminals to give to the poor what mexico is doing with precious stones like these. we've still got some very heavy rain pushing across parts of the philippines big storm here just pushing out into the south china sea that is a tropical depression just running up towards a fast south of china big cloud coming back in behind big sea from northern parts of the philippines some really heavy rain coming in here over the next couple days as wednesday's pichay push further south much of malaysia fine and dryness certainly the case across indonesia more the same as we go on into what use that
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east the side of borneo could catch one of 2 showers by the state but the rain really popping up i think we may well see some flooding into central northern parts of the philippines right across lose all over the next couple days certainly something to watch out for a lot of the show as to making their way into thailand bangkok with a high of around 32 celsius could be some right across the eastern side of australia this little area cloud here just driving its way across new south wales could bring one or 2 spots in nowhere near as much as been a high pressure still dominating around the bight there still a lot of fine and dry 1213 celsius the melbourne and 4 adelaide more sunshine sydney at around 16 cells as we get up to around 20 in perth on wednesday similar temperatures we go on through thursday slightly warmer in sydney by then 18. 80 percent of the visually impaired could be cured without access to treatment.
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where there was a will there is a way of drawing state of the art hospital covering over 77 countries probably never this question since today in every battle and in pakistan one man's passion provides flea treatment for over 1000000 patients and yet the cure revisited which is iraq. this is al jazeera a reminder of the top stories this hour protesters across it on are back on the streets after 5 demonstrators were killed on monday by security forces in response
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the hands of the military joins us says scores the killing of peaceful students is a crime that requires immediate transparency for of those who dies for teenagers. the man accused of planning the september 11th attacks says he may be willing to help victims in a lawsuit alleging saudi arabia was behind it and the turn khalid sheikh mohammed reportedly wants the u.s. government to not seek the death penalty against him. and a battle between rival gangs in a jail in brazil has killed at least 57 prisoners 16 were beheaded others starts when their cells were set on fire to stop or take in postage taken also rather were released following the boy it's lasted 5 hours. a plane crash in pakistan has killed at least 18 people 13 of them on the grounds all 5 on board the small military aircraft dollies it was on of recent training mission when it came down in a residential area near normal pindi as well as fatalities others in the ground
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suffered critical injuries. airstrikes in northern yemen have killed at least 13 people 27 others were injured and who see rebel stronghold in southern province he's human media blame society coalition it says the staged the attack. the syrian government air strikes have killed at least 14 civilians in rebel held areas of hama and provinces activists say the government's weak home aerial attacks have been the bloodiest in 3 months and hospitals are struggling to care for the wounded seen or heard the reports from attack in turkey yet the border. the intensive care unit is full of the war wounded the 3 month old russian backed syrian government offensive in northwest syria has left at least 2000 men women and children with injuries many of them severe and there aren't many hospitals still operating in the
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rebel held province of idlib that's because health facilities have been destroyed in airstrikes that international aid agencies say seem to be targeted attacks in breach of international humanitarian law. daily the increasing of the number of this is really an injury is coming to us and we cannot cool with this number of patients because this number is they're being pleasing and the kinds of injuries is different. and some like one year old the other but there we are now maimed for life civilians medical workers and health centers have all been targeted in the offensive the strategy appears to put pressure on the opposition support base in an attempt to force the rebels to surrender. after almost 8 weeks of military operations the syrian regime has been able to retrieve part a huge chunks of the demilitarized zone and if they have proven to be quite
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inefficient and holding ground so after 8 weeks they've been only able to get around 1.5 percent of the men try still on the other hand up. the show has been able to get 30 square kilometers of areas that were under regime control. it's not clear if the hind the scenes negotiations between the backers of the warring sides russia and turkey are responsible for the changes on the ground but for the 1st time in weeks syrian government troops advanced into rebel held territory in northern hama they reversed the opposition's gains and this time without facing much resistance. is military support to the rebels is believed to be behind the repeated failures by the pro-democracy alliance to take ground this gave turkish officials leverage over russia which recently used its own card by intensifying bombardment of civilian areas the question is whether a compromise has now been reached ahead of a new round of syria peace talks between russia turkey and iran later this week in
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the qatar capital nor silt on the opposition says the ceasefire needs to be revived in its lid before there can be any progress on the political front that troops can't come soon enough for the syrians in the rebel held province who have already lost so much so whether i was on talking. and in asia state energy firm says it will take around 2 months to shut down a well the spewing oil into the java sea and investigation has begun and calls the spill which began well into weeks ago alexia brian reports. these beaches are the backyards of villages along this stretch of northern java and they covered with a black layer of oil that's choking sea life and the livelihoods of local fisherman some have joined the cleanup mission a backbreaking process that's expected to take several weeks.
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on cleaning up the soil looks like crude oil or get paid to do this $7.00 a day. the oil is coming from a well that platform leaking into the ocean for almost 3 weeks the state energy company put in maina says it's intensified efforts to slow this spill installing high speed water skimmers to suck up fuel from the surface and a static boom to contain it sprayed i know that we care about the safety of people specially the fisherman we have coordinated with the military and police and we have patrol boats working 24 hours a day to isolate the location of the oil spill. the company's declared an emergency and brought in the experts that handled a similar spill in the gulf of mexico but they haven't to fight the currents and the wind with the oil sheen spreading more than 80 kilometers. from here but the knee because of the spill is still under investigation but we ask people not to worry because we have the best people handling the problem we have hired
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specialists who often deal with this problem even on a bigger scale. it's the 2nd potential environmental catastrophe for the company in just over a year and underwater pipeline burst off borneo last march spilling $40000.00 barrels of crude oil that sparked a fire killing 5 fisherman. the government audit pays maina to pay compensation for the pollution caused and improve safety procedures. it's too early to say how much oil spilled here in java or count the environmental cost that people here want to make plugged and quickly alexie over an al-jazeera. millions of dollars worth of good seized by the government from criminals and corrupt politicians are being only in mexico bonds for the 1st time the proceeds are going to per communities and all republic has more from mexico city. this collection of luxury jewelry in mexico
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city is worth millions yet it isn't part of some private collection or museum showcase many of these items like these gold plated pistol groups or this jewel encrusted bump long pen once belonged to mexican criminals well everything else was it a very obvious that these as well as other items seized by the federal government are being auctioned off at a sense of worth. get some of these oceans are just like in the movies where the gavel and someone who says he's going wants going twice sold but what makes it special is that all the money we earn from oceans goes towards mexico's poorest communities since the beginning of the year the mexican government has been selling off things ranging from luxury vehicles like this lamborghini more c.l. ago private planes and luxury homes some of which were previously owned by cartel members going east in there was the same with this new system we will save a lot because we can deliver funds directly to the people and decommission goods committee put to good use critics of president and basement who have called the
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auctions a populist measure others warn there is no way to track how the funds will be spent that most of this isn't just about handing money to local authorities and letting them decide how to spend it in the end there needs to be a mechanism in place to allow others to participate in the decision over how the funds are spent in. what is now the 3rd government option this year 2000 pieces of jewelry are being sold the event has drawn in hundreds of people although many just seem curious to have a look at some of the opulence once enjoyed by mexico's most dangerous criminals this is the most expensive item here a p.r.g. watch made of 18 karat white gold and covered in $49.00 diamonds the sorting bid $150000.00 u.s. dollars in all the government hopes this auction will raise more than $1000000.00 for the poor some of the items the government has auction previously belongs to politicians mexico's president says auctioning off stolen goods sends a powerful message that government corruption will no longer be tolerated under the
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. mexico city. protesters in hong kong have caused rush hour chaos fines disrupting subway trains them straight to stop carriage door sucrose and preventing trains from departing some stations full to capacity as the protest is state route buses are brought into my traffickers to continue their journey out of forces sarah clarke was asked the process. it's peak hour here in hong kong where one of the busiest china lines of the as a district said that feeds eastern region is often here into calhoun and hong kong mother and as you can see it's tiny behind me it's not really the trouble that burns up and it's because it's creating community tiles and these protesters are blocking the doors and try to stop these times from leaving but at this stage something it isn't now getting angry so you can go i support the protesters but i don't agree with a little ways they choose to protest. or they do not represent us it's not going to
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help if they keep protesting like this this protest it was the hour which is the railway station the railway system here the it's a part of i was a little bit of protests that will continue throughout the week and that includes another rally on friday another one on saturday as well as sunday so as you can see that. spite of the government and the. backyard this by just the can't stop the rally the. police in california have identified the gunman who they say used an assault type rifle to attack people at a food festival and 1000 year old man opened fire at the events in gilroy on sunday killing 3 people including a 6 year old boy and a 13 year old girl the attacker was shot dead by police within minutes they say they're still looking in see the will of a potential 2nd suspects a hacker is believed to have stolen the day search of more than 100000000 people
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across the u.s. and canada the breach in capital one commercial bank is one of the biggest data thefts the hits a financial services company the f.b.i. has arrested an engineer after she allegedly both said about the hike online iraq is planning a new oil pipeline to jordan which its banking on to revive revenue sources after years of war and instability asuna binge of aid visited buster refinery in the 3rd part of his series on iraq's energy sector. this is buster's largest oil refinery processing 210000 barrels of crude to produce gasoline kerosene diesel as well as marine and jet fuel built in the 1970 s. sometimes entire units have to be replaced because parts are no longer available. but our refineries has suffered during the iran iraq war as well as the 2nd and the 3rd gulf wars this led to many problems with the equipment and rehabilitation but
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the hard work of the staff ensures that we were once more the operations. years of conflict have also had an impact by some captured b.g. the largest refinery in northern iraq and it will take years before it is fully rehabilitated as peace returns to iraq demand for petroleum products is increasing . the local consumption is increasing due to improving income levels there is an increasing the number of cars and power plants so there is also need for more fuel from iraqi refineries. in a new unit is under construction to expand capacity by 70000 barrels it will also enhanced the quality of the fuel produced here so iraq can reduce the money it spends on imports. the demand is a huge challenge for iraqi oil refineries to observe while maintaining quality and quantity this issue can't be resolved overnight strategic plans are being executed
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to increase the octane number without affecting the quality and quantity while expansion sounds good in theory the reality isn't as easy in iraq. from bureaucracy and administrative corruption the system still needs a lot more work so they can keep up with the increase of oil production is specially in the southern region of iraq these are the main problems. and then there's the environmental impact the world bank estimates flares worldwide produce around $350000000.00 tons of c o 2 every year. iraq says it's taking drastic measures to dim its gas flares. there is a major environmental impact besides that there's about the swimming pool worth of water that comes into the stands from where the oil is separated and the remaining water is given to another company for. bus refinery has a plan for the water and monitors air quality but a lack of local expertise in iraq makes it difficult to tackle environmental issues
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the oil minister says he is aware and ready to take on these challenges in addition to expanding refineries in oil fields iraq is planning to rehabilitate a pipeline via turkey and build a new one by jordan but it's not the 1st time iraqis are hearing of such plans many say they will believe it when they see change in their lives without a doubt of their bus or. this is al jazeera and these are the top stories protesters are back out on the streets across iran after 5 demonstrators were killed on monday in response the head of the military says quote the killing of peaceful students is a crime that requires immediate accountability for those who died were teenagers shot spy security forces trying to disperse a valley made up of mostly students and activists have a mark and has the latest from neighboring ethiopia. at the moment just as don't
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seem to be wanting to listen to the transitional a straight answer or the opposition coalition as the forces of freedom in change if they don't see that this. is for the whole nation of the transitional government is going to be halted and there will be investigations and accountability and justice for the loss of lives that. protest those of a month from various universities various high schools not just in the capital of john but in other cities as well the violence that happened yesterday in the city of a low base in north korea they're saying that this violence is unacceptable that the opposition coalition is needs to take the strongest danced the man accused of planning the september 11th attacks says he may be willing to help victims in a lawsuit alleging saudi arabia was behind it and return khalid shaikh mohammed's reportedly wants the u.s. government to not seek the death penalty against him a battle between rival gangs in a jail in brazil has led to the deaths of at least 57 prisoners 16 were beheaded
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others died when their cells were set on fire 2 members of staff were taken hostage but eventually released one way says its revenue shot up 23 percent in the 1st 6 months of this year suggesting u.s. sanctions aren't slowing the chinese tech giant down yet still its chairman admitted sales have suffered some impact or more difficulties in the 2nd half of 2019 the u.s. president blacklisted huawei in may blocking its access to u.s. suppliers. and protesters in hong kong have calls rush era cayle spy disrupting subway trains demonstrators stop carriage doors from closing preventing trains from departing some stations swelled to capacity as the protesters state pits well that's here today it's these containers and al-jazeera after the cure revisit it.
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