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other stories provided him into someone else's what about inspiring documentaries witness on al-jazeera when you see big groups of people walking through europe they're all individuals with children the leaves you have to be or all of them and to treat them with something within respects. but i'm not talking to how the top stories here on al-jazeera and for us the u.s. president says he's going to send hundreds of federal law enforcement officers to the cities of chicago and albuquerque donald trump says it's to combat rising crime officers already in portland in oregon they've been accused of detaining and through racism protesters without justification will work every single day to restore public safety protect our nation's children and bring violent perpetrators to justice we've been doing it and you've been seeing what's happening all around
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the country we've just started this process and frankly we have no choice but to get involved democratic mazza 15 cities have condemned the move as author and terry and in a letter to the attorney general but the mayor of chicago has since indicated she is willing to cooperate $100.00 has more. at the president's news conference he was talking about something like 200 officers i am told here on the ground as of yesterday the number that federal officials here were told was more like a 110 whatever the number is these are going to be people who are going to be investigating existing crimes they're not going to be boots on the ground they're not to be armed and out on the street and that is one of the things that has apparently changed the mayor's mind here in chicago what the president is doing here is we just have to say it as it is i mean it's political. he has been very critical of all of these protests in the democratic cities all of the ones
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resounding people of democratic mayors and he's been particularly pressing this message that defunding the police is a bad idea that's one of the montrose of these protesters but what they want to do is shift money from inside the police department to things like mental health that people who are better equipped to deal with some of the problems that now only police are dealing with and trouble is trying to suggest that what is needed is more money and more policing in these cities these protesters are talking about doing it a different way but that gives him. in his campaign against joe biden in an interview the other night he tried to suggest that biden was for defunding the police something biden has never said so this is it's a way that trump can try to make some positive progress in the minds of his supporters at a time when he's heavily being criticized for what he's done on the front of the coronavirus. united states government. to close its consulates in houston say it's to protect american intellectual property and denies reports that stuff were but he
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documents inside the building and is threatening to retaliate that's the latest escalation in tensions between beijing and washington. california has become the u.s. state with the largest number of coronavirus cases it's reported nearly 415000 infections overtaking new york the government reimpose restrictions this month off the reopening of its economy brazil has reported a wreck old data increase in corona virus cases of nearly 68000 pushes the total number of cases across latin america to more than 4000000 this follows a warning from the prime american health organization that the pandemic in the region is far from over brazil has the world's 2nd worst outbreak after the u.s. and its record of more than 81000 deaths. strikes in western afghanistan have killed at least $45.00 people a district governor in the province of herat says at least 8 civilians died in the attacks which he blames on afghan forces members of the taliban were also killed
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afghanistan's defense ministry has launched an investigation the u.s. has denied involvement the united nations is warning up to 3200000 people in southern yemen are expected to face acute food insecurity of the next 6 months well than $2000000.00 people already suffer from severe food shortages jus 2 ongoing fighting but the u.n. says the situation will get worse due to the current a virus pandemic and the global economic downturn russia's judiciary has come under fire for jailing a problem and historian yuri dmitri have was convicted of sexually abusing his adopted daughter a child she denies human rights groups and activists say he was jailed for his work on covering massacres during the rule of soviet leader joseph stalin supporters say his focus on stalin's crimes is seen as incompatible with the state's few of russian history. knows that that alliance got more news here and i was there right after al-jazeera world now.
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paris a major european capital known for its cosine its odd fashion famous landmarks and french culture. but behind the facade lies a complex multi-ethnic city full of contradictions. i am up to me and i've come to the aid of longs to try and discover what it means
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to be french especially on the sometimes troubled outskirts of the capital. in 2015 former french prime minister manuel biled spoke of the tourette tauriel social and ethnic apartheid in france. so what does this mean for the ethnically diverse communities in the sea take in the suburbs. so as a small town in the northern suburbs of paris. on the 19th of july 26th seen them at trial ray was with his brother maggie planning to celebrate his 24th birthday. the police stopped bagi to question him a spot of an investigation but adam added in had his id with him panicked and ran away. with the media
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who. come to work you want a copy of crazy about you and the more they want. you can remove. a couple of those on the on focus on my list really don't tell me to keep more of it clear on down. to the public thought before to click ok for them to convey the i don't know what i mean you don't want. to see only a lot. about how they feel you don't want to tell them what. you want to be you don't think you could be popular with the military misinformed you know. because the people. do nuke you because you just don't buy the here it
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was stuck with you it was on there was a quick feel of. the movie could all be thought. in july 26th the p.c.n. newspaper ran the official version of the story that adam had been suffering from a serious infection and he may have had a drug addiction and coated the local persecutor saying that no violence had been used by the police. were. his family was concerned after he was taken to the police station so they inquired what was happening they were given conflicting reports but in fact. was already. you hear. what i do the map in and out from people in the media.
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and they give up but. few have been enough to either practice change and if their but in it but if it if you can but don't want to buy a thinner take it get but you wish if you don't have a beer you have a few minutes. if that was then up. to the mafia left your day i might have. enough you may. i ask after my sister asked us for our ray why she had accused the police of hiding the real cause of his death and what evidence she had do you or i put them on the move care and some at a picture of the 7 point one. some
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problem. you stupid feed to send something over soon as you man it grew. it sometime in the contacted the company. hope of course he shall do good to look at them up a bunch of dylan on them to treat. his own this picture. or more you called into it. usable in the morning. is it constitutes even when jack and emma and the palm or jack knew the fix would have maybe. been made. 17 the parisienne carried the results of a 2nd autopsy that revealed that adam at trial ray had not died of the recurrence of a previous infection. the 2nd autopsy found that the cause of his death
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had been suffocation. honestly if. it. begs. for someone with. its ability. to. want to. add them up. you can. use. race deaths in custody raises questions about french police in which i put to a former senior officer.
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i feel. elated. you see but the party must face about the. border between. the 2 free. people we. didn't see. your decision to who refuse to be with us to join the police or police in the disaster. because. it was a very good look for the men so his image was that he probably has some of these a mood should be she didn't. visit community that it was a very. if i'm talking to members at me next it is its
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ability. but is it. because it is a horse thank you so the question of can can we do a vision. no one often can. buy them a trial raise death in custody is very high profile and the investigation is still ongoing. unrest on france above and states has been linked to the failing relationship between young people and the police for many as. in 2005 the worst rioting for 40 years took place in the suburb of clichy sous bois when 2 teenagers way electrocuted at the power plant after running away and hiding from police who wanted to stop and search them.
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it took 10 years and much legal wrangling for the case of the 2 teenagers even to reach the courts. but little seems to have changed in this rundown taleb lock in clichy sous bois no elevator intermittent electricity and angry graffiti after the 2 police officers accused of failing to help buena and ziad were cleared of any wrongdoing in may 2015. was born in france and was a child when the 2005 unrest took place. a macand i asked her if she felt safe in clichy sous bois. and then secure. loesser going to o.o.
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set up with the city but i. don't think all over the globe. for very much for the problem of this level of limbs a layer. of you've sold their own luck salvation is on fire it's more softly saw you want to us all more that box and i am not going to. buy a new engine feeble it will come want to be. a bubble. where the president. pheno i want to fling all i lose. to bitterness has been to want to control their faults. and silly mamma. losses see vons if peer levin if. only this is what is old
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school. for me. the i am a fair settlement kept illusion to their eye if one impulse to acquire enough so. long i will. examine them to succumb tosser. on the indonesian muslim enough. also in the lonely island. to the northwest of central paris the logs. which sold as much on rest in 2005 a speech she said while. a group of young men who have served prison sentences are now martial arts instructor and i went to our dante to meet them in.
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the shop. they see this is what is your you know when we don't know something oh. so good good looks good on the bet i'll see if you run if he was encouraging the kids to be violent acts of. tell me to reveal. who i'm sort of a new movie. that's all going to spawn those who are going to the horror. of all the hope of all the. right. i'm all for the physic now from little rock who
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i want to hunt this one pull this off all the good stuff going to be on off all this film oh if i did i do oh yes but with a bomb just because the police. want. from a song of the villagers from a poem going to tell you if you do. not care if this is some more him out there pervasive. and certainly part of the physical she commanded if you don't lose the party. the nazis it is city police it is gone it is a distant city with a 3rd city by the us it is out. there if you have a book with an easy to see. why just to prove a piece of ms army. we are not the sorts of the city the city force of us of 2 cities with this all of you knows all of that is
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a multi and i suppose your contact your country of business. is. sorted today was in caledon but citrus you are cautious out something with this one of us in quite a bit. of missions here and there. is always you don't know we do not know. but not far from the sports center built with government money those who know john terry who have not succeeded in the same way. it wasn't difficult to find a drug dealer. actually i was very senior because of him one time. i was like oh shut up and i mean yeah. from us above us if you have additional was more.
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because when you're on the. table and you know my beard. and i've been feel. like i know you're not going to take me he's accepted by. behind the deal is the nation as a whole subculture in which young people like him simply don't have the same educational and social a put unities as the a white middle class counterparts my view. in public when i peer. said i mean. if you can stand around from 5 years jail on drawbridge and drug trafficking is impressive. but not far away when friends in our john tate who still feel completely marginalized from mainstream french society.
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i'm sure someone. close to the fishermen. come see the moon up and want to know this was you know they don't. exist in the got to fix your. district. i knew all of your precautions look good if you're pretty sure that postal signal what you like but also that i think you just it's just about stuff others don't know you because i. miss them up on the top and pop up on about a club since i lived in is going up like it before me suppose sub sub was
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a producer or what was it like to still see thought about it see or does you see. you could you exclude of a debacle school struggled through to get a good man i asked if any of the group had been arrested on a piece of the court in received news ltd would you going to come see me my top question was who can judge who provoked were they able to see the. value i'd fuel. source as you pull up i do not beat us on a problem now 5 on can never never walk you through no money nothing to serve you in what your live you tell it best leverage you take killers for. my sump really sick one on one. in 2009 the french national center for scientific research published
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a report called the police and minorities. it found that police identity checks in paris were based mainly on appearance and that unsurprisingly people look in blackall arab was searched more often than those looking white. blacks it said west stopped and searched twice as often as whites but arabs were 7 times more likely to be stopped than white people. these figures are not especially surprising but to look into them in more detail i talked to a former perry's chief of the police giudice oh that is a criminal investigation. the large body of. german you can. see to. doso that the whole show. pulmo city power to. the key policies.
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you put that don't see forward to. also go to the mall i took. good egg. devotionals was of the. sort i did to. the machine i ve don't need you to id nobody may bow. to a blow job she said and then the teacher said well i don't push if you want to conclude. simply can't you join do you shoot me cos you me. sit up with us your measure i did this is.
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france prohibits statistics based on ethnic origin so rightwing claims that more muslims and the server been poor going to jail are difficult to prove. i met an recruited by the ministry of justice to give voluntary religious guidance in prisons. that this means. almost weekly prison visits in suburban paris have enabled him to examine life there. and basically. that's how the c.d.c. . the. only
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means you have. had that much time but if you're. a part of and because you. have a better. lemaire that they're human and then. yes yorkies an. elemental part of if i don't stay up all. the mess hazard zone one minute to drop out of. an hour and c.s.u. . or feet an hour or. a furphy are equal and you somehow email me. and your poor. season and can be done when you somehow know you're going to work in the top of. coming up i meet a member of the national front with ideas on a multi-ethnic society
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a new nation in his campaign against joe biden in an interview the other night he tried to suggest that biden was for defunding the police something biden has never said so this is it's a way that trump can try to make some positive progress in the minds of his supporters at a time when he's heavily being criticized for what he's done on the front of the coronavirus the u.s. government has ordered beijing to close its consulate in houston saying it is to protect american intellectual property china denies reports of stuff abetting documents inside the building threatening to retaliate california has become the u.s. states with the largest number of coronavirus cases it's reported nearly 415000 infections are taking new york the government reimpose restrictions this month off to raping most of its economy brazil has reported a record the daily increase in corona virus cases of nearly $68000.00 it pushes the total number of cases across latin america to more than 4000000. strikes in western
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afghanistan of killed at least $45.00 people the district governor in the province of herat says at least 8 civilians died in the attacks which he blamed on afghan forces afghanistan's defense ministry has launched an investigation the u.n. is warning up to 3200000 people in southern yemen are expected to face acute food insecurity over the next 6 months well than 2000000 people already suffer from severe food shortages due to ongoing fighting russia's judiciary has come under fire for jailing a prominent historian yuri demetrius was convicted of sexually abusing his adopted daughter and that is a charge that he denies human rights groups and activists say he was jailed over his work on covering massacres during the rule of soviet leader joseph stalin. you know it's that headlines got more news here right after al-jazeera world paris to fight it city but now.
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i am a delay me and i'm in paris investigating questions of french identity and in the nation on the underprivileged estates in the suburbs. although official figures don't exist it's estimated there are around 5 and a half 1000000 muslims in france and many live in the high rise developments on the outskirts of big cities. i visited the muslim community in one of these areas to see how they view claims that mosques are somehow connected to violence. niceness of the sea. so you've got. a lot of it if you build a community. are you he says he and every one of them is in another area a lot had to come with the hobby and help it's
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a bit with him and with iraq and now can't can't come to a little. bit unless we sobbed well if. there's a suburb in the world as a lower let's see them. through my home the sheriff and the mission vehicle will hold. and others who. she said in what he does in the summer my homelessness and what and. how useless a whole hell to have a mustard pocket i would want to for the if you had been my not jerry my our. core i have shortstop. similar muscular my head bent. the hurt a little nervous mother and mother had the misfortune to be really know. who they are. they are busy dealing with the home. then with her
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or more of their. silly you must of thought when i met hazel had a message. that i'm with you had 33 year. a year do not atmospheric. the moon had a 1000000 muscly in. control and i had a lot of energy to measured him off. on a limb effort alan had it on again and you know i really muscly in you were truly sorry. when the show will go to lesson must have. french muslims came under pressure when a truck drove into a crowd celebrate industrial day in july 26th seen in the southern city of unease.
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it's an image noted dean much route has worked hard to combat for the past 2 years . especially as is appearance can cause him problems on a daily basis. and that's the much of the left. before so when you are near the train of a 1000000 to. me to somebody to be in the bill but. that's about me it's mother who know. me that they did not hear any of that who are free to talk a little but i buried will it but i had to. look at have it the thought of. others i mean is that the way that we. got time to china china's army a. show that is. very deadly
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that was an area that when you go away i'll show you men who have had the. forethought have. at them 300 at about a good year and a lot of them are in a can of enough talk a lot about me on a diet of a 30. the movement is you have. to put it because. you need to. know what caused the shock. when it comes and i didn't be looking down as if he had. been with him in malone he just. took a thought i. thought of who has it.
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and he has become one with him to have. a much closer and even a very delicate. look at obama a lot of times if. they have a little sexy idea. as well you know that would leave it would she really would use a journey. to the north east of central paris is the suburban town of nature. there are some residential and commercial areas have had a facelift but some local people worry that this fails to deal with an employment education and social integration i met. a former municipal
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employee who is the opposition to their innovation project got him arrested people who are going to go you know. because of budget. so. to see him as a. poor boy next to be tied up with katie stajan if. you see a. lot of us who got you. not the dolly will do for love. but the my guys that if you. if you keep posting it was about i was listening to ski hill because when president obama buckled i'm going to keep a bus to it but it's just watching this. pull pull me through.
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alone just not enough given us a little bit how dumb i was talking about the national agency for urban renewal set up in 2004 and we launched 10 years later. it has billions of euro's of funds and aim to help the whole 1000000 people in hundreds of deprived areas. but doesn't believe agency has helped the guy in every act of own aides who was at home. i asked him if all these shops had closed down wall oh oh you know for me to leave i go on one of the you see of his like most of my guys a. male who is both to get your picks. just as such if he's up if you have to sell some of those you see the myth of the mill complex they don't do force you see that the just she also said she was a go go go. what did. you think of the mirror to see also such
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a do so is unfair to me. it's just one of. those going to go one of us of. a storm we're going to go you know they've been up until it does the trick to this apollo much of it but it turns out that this. project additional they love the. bus to triple dip up with this point in the book before the close but had a missed local legal battle conflicted with his obligations as a mini simple employee reported pickle i differ because as. you folks so there. is always down to the dualism you know because of that they don't do this at local
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paul paul folks and their commitment is to produce a dollar bill is only because of the judas priest of. los angeles because. look i can live through the photo secure knew to go do that lou because it was a new dog but. you've got to discuss it one official cause for. i went to the town hall at. to get other perspectives on how the miss campaign from center right and left wing politicians. and ask the deputy mayor about how the most conflict of interest. and then michael a. little played let's see.
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a national election. if i can by no other aspect of. the day leave. this you travel city issues. around a lot of things have to subject to some prolonged was in play can only put us at. a levy on mental of lot of the whole body called what i've said when i asked why french people of arab and african origin seem to leave in much less affluent areas than the white middle class. families and this was going to cause people. easily to almost demand ergo it can levy booze why do people. have to hold. this community to go work at the cleavers point $4.00 for city forces don't leave
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or you. have a clue sick leave beatrice or territory or do a problem in rivers territory or. to get to places from feel. really may put pressure on him impressed with the stream you're not sure if you give me a model or. prescription i know where you want to see. me because you but once i was warming up to. key promise to close with you to. give me suck on a canoe. and you now clear that one. reason you have any of us from the hands of see me movie in. a sunny pasture still teaching a very tedious community you don't live what you detest going to finance teacher
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careless teacher. bird remember the very 1st and i find it taste similar civvy lead to discrimination in the up of talk of the plane was made in iraq by some similar priefer team in a paradox 61 made iranian president is thought through this community but gave up by a marker but. the most strident political voice on identity and immigration at the national front led by marrying look pan she was beaten by 66 percent to 33 percent by emmanuel micron and the 27000 presidential elections before him the devonian prize in citizens is on the one. 10th of competent economy is so short there's only who are actual confronting it was she. in a security could see generals in a secure into the center. which didn't cost river in a security. fence yeah it was on the home for you forces on the ferry spectral and
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well respected fundamental to civil society forces. of a doctor to sort of fell on them or your people suffer off. expect the national front may have got to the presidential runoff but it's still only has 8 m.p.'s elected on their platform of limited immigration and stop in the so-called islamisation of france. that's a sentiment characteristic of john on and says it's a pretty cool feature and you can join a dramatic rates are still. open much for trickle down on am. in one city are me i mean malicious if i think well i could just run from nickelback until she was in for an option on the ground i can join as i am for elementary except i think i'm 2nd i haven't well throughout v.
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for going tomorrow and some we for expect election children may not be. the friends city suburbs get quite negative coverage in many mainstream news outlets. these are from the long aleck's press. more and is a broadsheet newspaper. i met one of its senior journalists rafael back and the former editor of its monthly diplomatic edition a land rush to get their views on media coverage of the suburbs. other folk are in the lamby lab s. what manila. at the division will will. look well will express what the lab door yani how the decile for the last i looked at my list.
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of issues with yanni which had was a walk in the face lem young fit my battle fit for the washing my b.s. and fill out all my b.s. and for this thing. why doesn't someone on here. colonel paul. because i don't in media while on the 1st get your heart. and moan the year i look is wrong they're bad for you this emerged only. they deserve it is in the show that if you. really want your keyboard lesion. in this place the horse fickleness. they surely.
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hustle if you can she intifada. when i built about the feeling people feel the war. can be seen in this whole feeling. i said to rafael that the media often criticised for stigmatising the suburbs and reporting them in a very negative way they said we have. the fed said jack a book with this with others at the top of the net effect you know the president barely ferric. the challenge yet given the support of in the top. 5. i've been pretty there are only the you. close. to 400 yards. of prosecutor committees that
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may only support the bill serial. yeah there is a bit of the. bone you. been. in front of me here. i don't really show me a bit willingness to meaningless you didn't show it to be. commissioning. with joe wilson say your. my darling had. almost anything. for them they are for. me with. food. is there a. lot of if you had i asked if you moron would employ an arab from the suburbs or a woman wearing a headscarf but since he won an. inch of money to have a car while. fast prospects i have
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a problem with. the formula one to put but that's. sort of fun so. let me look beautiful has it on to see it has a. pleasant because i would like us to be. the al-jazeera production team asked look alikes press for interviews but they both declined the request. picking up on what alan greste said it seems to me that the legacy of colonialism place a bit part in the debate about what it means to be french. what's the relationship between mainstream french culture history and identity and the sections of the population descended from immigrants from the former french
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colonies in africa. this seem to me to be 2 separate francaise and that the one does not really want to accept the other. i decided to bring together a few young french people from different intellectual political and ethnic backgrounds to debate the key issues around french identity. some of the go back to the gullible forgot still. held up and. your don't get to move joe your issues only feel even that we both get to that i must totally.
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focus on the because of the 50000000 of us through the experience itself it could happen next door were enough to be good to the planning committee for what was the mission of the supermoon real job orders that i was going to show you just going to buy them some structure or do i dumb a cow those. folks took a closer. look when it's nearby community bus company leader of course depicts the media business and the number that we are up of the it is used to going up exactly the harmonic really like you make it look local government you don't go there you are most of those people who thinks it's going to be going to do to the market it visit will begin to deal with civility. in the course of the move but some members of a business meeting with a deal was done to put on lost their refusal in olympia hearing there was
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a lot of them have to defect too little can that when you really did the laws act could do would you judge because one of us is kinda stuck on opinions lists a good looking man yeah it's a good mix to fit. all we don't want to know many good men what you really are if you don't it if there is a bit of them in whatever moment she joined what is to fit to talk about pulling. to look. into these what you measure me to kick in that i made to the man because he said it was going to 50 to match. the circle best interest of s.s. is going to do. you think i'll just.
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call part of the going to be up on the dojo he's our tax dollars you can. use it in like. 20 you think it's one of us i'm not just the government i said well you know some of us would also want political 21 he says you know mockery of what i thought it was revealing of and. you told the 5th best. conditioned of all. of that he had no secrets revealed to you to bush was it not true that if the 1st. deer still said. this would it put that on board you know i asked man and if she would accept as president. doesn't want to put up. for a republican though it goes. with. the edges but they really don't resent it is that you have a. legacy. france
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has been looking at how to address the social and economic problems of its popularity in the city suburbs since they were developed in the 1970s. the center i'd like to join louis bholu recently set out fresh proposals but the way rejected by president manuel mccraw in may 28th reportedly been to. costly. microbe also suggested that the future of these areas my book leave depend on the people who live there. what was clear to me in making this film was that although many in prongs could not use the need to address the problems of the suburbs they seems no real commitment in central government to find any lost in solutions.
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came from the countryside to cairo and became part of a new life. they say just as different from being the door to al-jazeera world meets the man has been keeping a close eye on residential life in the big cities for decades but who may now be passing into history. see for movie he wasn't dormant but he's now managed by a security company the doorman of egypt on al-jazeera.
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and still the heat is in place across the northeast of the united states of the south on the midwest you've got more of those thunderstorms across the west it is about the fire the winds are very strong it is very hot and very dry and this is one particular fire up into the northeast over california it's called the whole fire and you can just see this size of this in fact over 3 and a half 1000 has been already it's only 5 percent contained see the flames but you can also say obviously the damage in its way people have been evacuated from the nearby town all season villain's to say that is in the northeast of california it will stay dry as we go through thursday temperatures are not too bad but as i say
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it is very dry very low humidity but elsewhere quite discussion your show is really quite good across much of the 4 corners region that typical for this time of year these a seasonal rains and then across the south the southeast and some heavy rain as well pushing into the northeast and finally temperatures beginning to come down by friday 29 in new york but fairly unsettled 31 in washington d.c. with the tons of the showers and thunderstorms and as i elsewhere more of that rain working up into areas of the south then down across into the caribbean we're watching one disturbance in particular is towards the northern section of the gulf of mexico that will continue to spin thursday and friday and that's where we're going to see the heaviest of the rains. the u.s. is a tipping point scientists are telling us right now that we have just 12 more years as the world's leaders fail to agree upon a solution people are taking matters into their own.
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you know. with this axis again it's one of the songs that it kills people and it kills people now it's ridiculous both fronts were to the people in stores on al-jazeera. org. today i'm announcing a surge of federal law enforcement in 2 american communities plagued by violent crime. says federal forces will be deployed to chicago and albuquerque democrats say it's a political stunt to boost the flagging reelection campaign. following a clown visit out there live from doha also coming up spying claims in
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a mysterious fire china is ordered to shut its consulates in the u.s. 5th used him as he could promote it war intensified.

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