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some of their transactions in the collapse. of money lead to some explain africa uncensored and publish those things that people don't want to publish even if it doesn't mean that the us truth is it anyway on al-jazeera. the mixed messages from egypt on the battle for libya presidencies he warned of military intervention now and foreign minister says he backs a political solution. this is out 0 live from our world headquarters and also coming up in the program the u.s. president's 1st campaign rally since the coronavirus crisis springs empty seats and more insults aimed at china. has more names than any disease.
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i can. come. how israel's political balancing act is a phrase he is planning to start the next in parts of the occupied west bank. trying to preserve we go inside north america's last great tropical jungle to see what's being done to say. so that libya's parliament calls it a direct threat egypt says it's all a misunderstanding a day after president sisi threatened to send his army into libya his foreign minister says he backs a political solution to the conflict l.c.c. warned of military intervention if forces belonging to libya's u.n. recognized government advance on the strategically important city of.
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you are ready to carry out any missions what i witnessed is a living proof of our capabilities i can say egypt's army is one of the mightiest armies in the region i am certain if we need a few sacrifices like those being carried out over the past 7 years along our borders with libya you are prepared to carry out any mission with no home soil or if required beyond our border lines but just a few hours later egypt's foreign minister. push for a political solution saying the government in tripoli had not properly read the ideas of l.c.c. now the u.s. says the road map to stability involves a cease fire immediate restoration of libyan oil production and the launch of a political process malik trainer is in misrata with the reaction from libya's internationally recognized government. several d.n.a. officials have responded to the president of the for the his c.c.'s remarks on saturday called the mystery that's the speaker of the high state council has said
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has denounced his remarks calling them a violation to libya's sovereignty of the g.n. a military commander was spoke to a little while ago he said that their forces are adamant and they will answer search now it's important to note that these are forces that know the territory and certain very well in 2011 forces primarily from here in this rock were responsible for entering search and capturing and killing one more good that they did that of course with nato support in 2016 the same forces are the ones who went to sirte and liberated it from high school they did that of course with american support so these are forces that know the territory well they are confident they can enter sirte and they say that they will and you know the commander earlier told me that the d.n.a. or our forces will not stop until we in his words liberate all of libya from have
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to control and so what we're seeing is the genie forces of the political system here are adamant about. getting aletha have to out of the picture they say they won't negotiate with after and they're adamant about retaking or taking control of all of libyan land. to my kind of now in washington he has more reaction from the united states. very cautious response from the state department a senior state department official says that all parties must establish a cease fire lie that is observed they say too that a key to achieving a lasting peace is a resumption of oil production in libya they also their fact that they continue to support the un backed efforts to achieve a lasting truth and also make mention to the of the berlin meeting in january at which various parties made various commitments which are not being observed at present but underlying and bullets in the us position is perhaps
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a gap between the executive president and state department in the past president trump has supported khalifa haftar in complete reversal to what the state department position was now officially the us of position remains support for the government troops in based in tripoli however there is that the lack of clarity in terms of where president trump stands now it must be mentioned as well that some 2 weeks ago president trump did have a conversation with the turkish president or one at which one said that they came to a lot of agreement on the situation in libya now there was nothing official out of the white house on that particular conversation but certainly it's a very important one given the nature and the power of the one support for the government forces based in tripoli. or donald trump a more controversy it is for reelection rally in months the u.s. president insulted china and told supporters coronavirus testing had turned up too
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many cases trump went against advice in holding the rally and told her no clue home health officials had warned it could worsen a pandemic that already killed nearly 120000 americans have returns and has this. have been reported to me was intended not just to enjoy is the. supporters but to lift the spirits of a man who's craved the adulation of his base during the long months of lockdown you are so lucky president that's all i can help you with the trump campaign's hopes of a turnout of 100000 supporters inside and outside this great american comeback rally fell short in fact the president cancelled what had been planned as a pretty rowdy address at the outdoor overflow area because of a lack of numbers those who filed into the 20000 capacity arena had their temperatures checked having waved their right to sue the trunk campaign if they
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contract a covert 19 earlier it had been reported that 6 members of the trump advance team had tested positive for the virus and on saturday tells them the location of the rally is a new daily record of infections but the president mocked caution and suggested throughout his speech that protesters have been causing trouble outside and discouraging attendance but there were few protesters and no incidents reported before he spoke your ears thank you we had surveyed the people out there was the usual blame for the chinese too but here with racially offensive language has more names than any disease. i can. come flu i don't blame for public health officials for the spread of the virus in the us what you do testing to that extent you can find more people are going to find more cases so i said to my people are slow to test things out please the administration
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officials quickly briefed journalists that the president was just joking as for the unprecedented demonstrations banning race and close across the country against police violence and systemic racism the president once again presented them as unchecked anti american anarchy and he presented his general election opponent joe biden as a man with a questionable. record on race in failing mental health amid these historic protests if the democrats cave. then the riders will be george and no one will be safe and no one will have control joe biden who's not the leader of his party joe biden is a helpless puppet of the radical left by far the longest section there was a defense of the president's cautious use of a ramp following his speech of the west point military academy the week before that had led to speculation about his health it had no handrail it was like it ice
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skating this event wasn't simply about abusing the president there a 1000000 people were reported to have registered for the event giving the phone numbers as well as email and whom addresses this is essential information for ensuring turnout in november election especially as a significant proportion of trunk space owned regular voters these events are crucial for the trump campaign as momentum we will. raise. at the rally did seem like a public health experiment what would happen if you packed thousands of people into an indoor arena many refusing to wear or take a minimal precautions for several hours of singing cheering i'm shouting in a city experiencing a surge in crude 19 infection we should know in 2 to 3 weeks she every time see elders or. well there is a story gaining traditional law and which could explain why trump's rally was
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a 3rd empty uses on social media say they try to encourage people to register for the event but not turn up the movement's most active supporters with teenagers who posted videos of them dancing with trump's web site behind them but a 51 year old woman from iowa is credited with inspiring the party. i recommend all of those of us that want to see this 90000 seat on a jury unfairly filled or completely empty don't reserve tickets now and leave them standing there alone on the stage what do you say well that post is more than 700000 likes in about 2000000 views it's thought to have support from fans of the south korean music genre k. pop the name for backing social justice calls this campaign predicted a 1000000 people could be at the rally based on those who replied it's going protesters for the empty seats. scientists and then digitas leaders in mexico are battling to save the last pocket of tropical rainforest in north america is thought 90 percent of the unlock and then a rainforest has already been lost to de forestation mineral traveled into the
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heart of the jungle in southern mexico. the luck and the rain forest in southern mexico it's the region's last great tropical jungle. flying above the forest canopy reveals the scale of this wild expanse dotted by lakes waterfalls and agent ruins. al-jazeera followed a team of scientists with the nonprofit group now to tell me he counted. for the past 40 years conservationists here have been engaged in a dedicated effort to save what remains of the rainforest. we work on monitoring projects to increase our watch over the forests where we are now is on disability from truck cameras we watch the different mammals in the area that serve as indicators of the health of this ecosystem the luck and go to is home to hundreds of rare species many of them critically endangered like the jaguar. these scarlet
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macaws are part of the last wild population of this species in mexico. in the absence of conservationists these vibrantly colored parents would likely disappear from the region altogether dellec and the rain forest accounts for less than a quarter of one percent of mexico's landmass yet is home to more than 25 percent of all the country's animal species. a young man as he needs more for generations the luck and have maintained a philosophy of living in harmony with the forest and. today they are part of conservation efforts led by scientists and are calling on the mexican government to do more to stop the forestation up of. the federal government fall from scaling back the extent of cattle ranching continues to promote to this one the main cause of deforestation so livestock farming and agriculture remain the most significant threat to the rainforest it's estimated that all but 10 percent of the luck and has been lost. the local communities have begun developing new ways of making
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a living this butterfly farm for instance breeds a number of rare species and the sale of souvenirs keeps business afloat. the growth of adventure tourism in the region has also created jobs and helped generate important environmental awareness among members of the community and there are many . in the past people who didn't have a form of income to sustain themselves many people like myself would immigrate to the united states but now thanks to this project we could no longer have that need . at the current pace of deforestation one percent of the like and 2 in a jungle is destroyed every year but those who are fighting to preserve what's left insists it's not too late to reverse course and reclaim this important ecosystem. build up in the. biosphere reserve. while monday is weld rainforest day and a man well we'll have another report on just how bad the destruction of mexico's look
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in the rainforest has deep. still ahead here on al-jazeera why in columbia's government is being criticized criticized for allowing a shopping frenzy to go ahead. and the end of a coronavirus not done can't come soon enough resume animals in the philippines. aliza seasonal rains often develop bumps on the move around this is no exception so i've got this on a loop the satellite picture you see a low developing spinning up through the western side of southwestern china this is part of the my you buy you system which loops up and took us up towards tokyo the wettest end is probably the chinese end at the moment however there is right on its way through honshu turkey's forecast is a well known on monday and the windy one but the wind changes directions and things
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dry out for tuesday and wednesday that rains in just clipping the eastern side of honshu but the main rain in china is changing its orientation is for potential heavy bitten as well through the yellow sea heading towards the korean peninsula south of all this you think it be quiet wouldn't you it's think the dry season should be the dry season it's not proved to be that way kuala lumpur in particular has been fairly wet shower wise they are pretty wise for the whole way down towards java again through me in montana and its ability to use if you can see it at least the mass of daily showers and this is what's happening the moment it's a fairly wet area the whole of southeast asia the monsoon trough is reached a long way north. but full cost was the heaviest rain is like to be from behind science what's in the next 2 days. you know certain in isolating times the listening post cuts through the noise leave
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the looking at another side of this story not so much the information around the outbreak but the misinformation separating propaganda from fact its reality only has to reach a long exposing deal 6 try to manipulate the rhetoric and blame but they cannot manipulate the listening post your insight guide to the media accuracy or. how to get your watch out as there are multiple top stories and egypt's foreign minister is renewing the push for a political solution to the conflict in libya this comes only a day after president of the fattah el-sisi threaten to send in the army to know by
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limits internationally recognized government. u.s. president don't trump and held his 1st reelection rally since the credit cards crisis began crawled into a sort of enclave was smaller than expected because it said the event threatened to spread even 19. yemeni separatist group says it's arrested military personnel and has taken over government run camps on the island of sumatra a government source says that amounts to a coup the southern transitional council supported by the united arab emirates is battling the saudi backed yemeni government for control of the island. as cover the war in yemen extensively and he explains the strategic importance of the island it's a cultural. the 2 key players have teamed up in 2015 of the u.a.e. and saudi arabia in yemen saying they're all tamils goal is to defeat the who these seem to be now with 2 different political agendas to see the separatists who took
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over the island are backed by the us while the internationally recognized government has fighting against the us to see is backed by saudi arabia and this is a major victory for the us to see because so qatar is an island which is located at the mouth of the gulf of aden and it overlooks 3 strategic shipping routes for oil and gas tankers basically of the gulf of aden bubble amende and the red sea all the way through the. suez canal so from a s.t.c. perspective this is something that would further expand their political influence and the s.t.c. made it quite clear that this is just part of a long political process until they decide finally to break away from the northern part of yemen and reinstate the southern republic of yemen that existed until 1990 and this is definitely a major setback for saudi arabia. israel is
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a few days away from beginning to end next nearly a 3rd of the occupied west bank but as the july the 1st start date set by the prime minister benjamin netanyahu approaches a workable plan remains unclear the u.s. is backing the annexation if netanyahu can reach agreement with his coalition partner that's been you can't hurry for that has this report. benjamin netanyahu has plans for an explosion have already been delayed he was told to slow down by the white house sort of the unveiling of the trump plan in january now they're being complicated by the differences with his former rival now coalition partner benny gantz who's called for coordination not just with the u.s. but also with arab neighbors. the trump plan and visit israel an extinct 30 percent of the occupied west bank with a future palestinian state given israeli territory elsewhere israeli officials have leaked various options in the media one is to begin with some or all of the major illegal settlement blocks ario ma'ale adumim and the etzion bloc near bethlehem the
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marrow of a frat within the etzion bloc argues for moving quickly and taking what's been put on the table by the us administration and i think prime minister that i now understand that you can't postpone such an opportunity relying that there will be a better one in the future because i don't recall ever in the past having such an opportunity i don't think he'll give it up this time a 2nd option though fraught with risk given jordan's vehement opposition to any annexation would be to begin with the jordan valley israel says it needs a defined and defensible eastern border here but it has economic interests to $11000.00 israeli settlers live in the illegal jordan valley settlements using disproportionate water allocation for a year round agriculture 85 percent of the land is off limits to palestinians and it's here in the jordan valley that benjamin netanyahu is finding some of the stores just opposition to his plans for annexation to the truck plant as a whole and it's coming from powerful settler leaders here they're lobbying against annexation based on the trump plan because it means agreeing in principle to
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a palestinian state. ought if the meaning of extending sovereignty is to get a palestinian state we say no thank you we give up on sovereignty we keep living as we are right now out of national responsibility because a palestinian state with endangered the existence of the state of israel. perhaps the least likely option of all the one still floated in the knesset you know friendly newspaper would be to start with the 15 so-called enclave settlements these would be small israeli islands within the trump lands palestinian state the palestinian leadership the precise nature of the 1st step doesn't matter any annexation is illegal and must be stopped what we hope is that israel should not continue to be above and got a national law. what we hope is that there really is that i should feel it over and thought of national pressure for any of the options to happen 1st the united states says gansu netanyahu need to agree potentially giving got some
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leverage in his argument against unilateral moves. but netanyahu has leverage of his own in the form of rising poll numbers it damps doesn't agree to an extension he could simply engineer another round of elections are a force at al-jazeera in the occupied west bank. british counterterrorism police are joining the investigation into a stabbing attack which killed 3 people others were injured on saturday apparently a round of they were sitting in a park in the town of reading which isn't far from london 25 year old man was arrested in place so they're not looking for other suspects. the 1st major election since much of europe went into coronavirus lockdown is taking place in serbia more than 6000000 people are eligible to vote for a new parliament the election was originally planned for april opinion polls predicts the serbian progressive party of president alexandrovitch will get about 50 percent of the votes but some opposition parties are boycotting saying the election will not be fair because of media influence the tally live change has more
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on the candidates and the boycott from belgrade. the 1st on the list is serbian progressive party the ruling party since 22 while by president of the state mr alexandre and they do have a huge support among the voters and every research before they showed that serbian progressive party will easily win these elections we even more than a 50 percent who vote also after many years in serbia we have part of the opposition. boycotting these elections they are gathered now around alliance for serbia have to say among them their very known well known politicians here in serbia a former representative seen parliament also former ministers and as they said and
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as they've been saying for the past couple of years that everything in countries controlled by a serbian progressive party a day and they didn't want to participate today and they called voters to stay home . spring has opened the borders to visitors for most european countries and they have to undergo 2 week mandates recording thing but the border with portugal but remains closed until july the furthest countries across latin america still pushing to reaffirm despite the rise in corona virus death. has this. the police make sounds of some much needed relief to this failings or your vision nato. as it impaired or the band play their weakened internet streamed set on a roof overlooking the shanty town. of brazil mourning so many deaths from coronavirus people here say music helps and. those coming back from work and
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those who stay at home don't have much to do so the music has become an emotional escape for lots of people. but there were a spike can only be temporary as the number of infections and deaths continues to climb not just in brazil but across much of latin america. mexico surpassed the 20000 mark on friday cemeteries in part of the country are struggling to find grave space for the dead while funeral workers try their best to protect relatives from the same fate. but despite the rising death toll quarantine restrictions are being eased allowing many shops in factories to reopen. with tory t.'s struggling to find the right balance between the need to save lives and economic recovery. the epidemic continues and we have to be extremely careful in the reactivation of activities in our streets where we congregate there is no doubt
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that we need to start recovering our public life as other countries have done because our daily sustenance depends on it and half the country lives from day to day. in colombia where to buy was has had less impact there was a frenzy of shopping on friday as crowds took advantage of a day without value added tax the government promoted it to revive business activity although critics including the mayor of or calling the measure irresponsible most of the wildlife up on this is not a party we are in a pandemic if you want to buy something it's better to buy online with that you don't run the risk of crowding after months of lockdown people across latin america are understandably tired of staying home and countries eager to jump start their economies even if the number of cases that's going to used to set new records and there is still little clarity on when the outbreak will begin to subside alison that i'm here i'll just. venezuela's vice president says radical new restrictions
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will come into force from monday to stop what she's calling a dangerous increase in covert 900 cases philthy rodriguez says the metro in the capital caracas will be shut down as well as nearby railway systems as just will need to prove they are essential workers venezuela has reported almost 4000 cases in 33 deaths. zoos in the philippines are treating for donations of food and veterans services. according to measures and lifted by the end of the month is unlikely zoos will be a priority for visitors. as this. princess and her friend serve finally together in their temporary home the horses are well known to tourists who visit the town of just a few hours south from manila. but princess and her friends were left behind as people fled the eruption of a volcano last january some animals died but these horses were rescued.
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but the shutdown of tourist sites in the region of luzon in response to the coronavirus by endemic means these animals are unlikely to carry any visitors again it's. the 5th this and some of them have to survive we think aside. if they're good or if they're bad by how to. manila zoo is the oldest in asia and also one of its most iconic tourist destinations critics say it was neglected for decades by previous administrations and that's left many parts indicate it's now closed indefinitely but still receiving funds from the local government given that we have. been good at least 1500000000. 'd to make this one of the best.
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is almost every filipino families happy place this is why it's temporary closure is this appointing for many visitors but animal doctors here tell us this period is seen as a respites here. yeah go and get the yellow lab been meeting more than usual animal doctors say the absence of tourists has left a silence that's coming for the end. like molly was the zoo's biggest attraction for more than 40 years molly spent almost every day of his life performing for visitors but the lockdown means he can finally have a prolonged moment of peace and rest yet to still enjoys a treat from rare visitors every now and then. the officials at manila's who say
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they'll have a much better shelter once the renovations are finished and they're in no rush they say the fact people are now forced to see home means these animals are enjoying a world relatively free of humans a world a lot less terrifying jamelle a dog an al-jazeera manila. so this is observed these are the top stories in egypt's foreign minister is renewing the push for a political solution to the conflict in libya comes only a day after president or fattah el-sisi threaten to send in the army which is a move denounced by libya's internationally recognized government while a trainer is in misrata with a reaction from to be as un recognized government. they are confident they can answers and they say that they will and you know the commander earlier told me that the d.n.a. or our forces will not stop until we in his words liberate all of libya from after
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control so what we're seeing is the genie forces out of the little pool of this here are adamant about getting well before have to out of the picture they say they won't negotiate with after and they're adamant about retaking or taking control of all of libyan land u.s. president all trump has held his 1st free election rally since the current of ours crisis began the crowd in tel 3 necklace was smaller than expected to critics said the event threatening to spread cavan 19. a yemeni separatist group says it's arrested military personnel and taken to have a government run camps on the island of sumatra a government source says that amounts to the 7 transitional council supported by the united arab emirates is battling the saudi backed government for control of the eye in the. balance and said his parliamentary election which was postponed because of the global pandemic put the governing party president and he's on to future
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which will win a clear majority has been boycotted by much of the off position. british counterterrorism police are joining the investigation into a stabbing attack which killed 3 people others were injured on saturday apparently at random they were sitting in a park in the town of reading which isn't far from london 25 year old man was arrested and police say they're not looking for other suspects. spain has opened its borders to visitors from most european countries compulsory currency will be away from your rivals for the land border with portugal but staying closed until july the 1st spain's covert 19 outbreak has been one of the worst in europe with 28000 deaths and nearly 300000 in the factions. we are today with the headlines we have more news here on al-jazeera right after the listing price. increase government debt. levels the nasdaq hit so direct hold.
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from reality the pandemic devastates indigenous communities across latin america. counting the. fire escapes in russia soaring. prices. by. exploiting. hello i'm richard burton you're at the listening post working from home the media stories we're looking at this week will take us from moscow to minsk via manila we examine russia's fake news problem with cope with 19 the official numbers just don't add up. state of denial on the.


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