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crazy sinner just allowed us to pick up 4 kids from his own fanatic they now can out and we could just drive off with them. on al-jazeera. some of your victims which are. others were committed by you is there no one who did and incapacitate. and a 1st for new zealand the white supremacist who shot 51 muslim worship is dead is given a life sentence without parole. then new zealand muslim community. then most of them as well which stood together again is to hate a community still with healing from the mosque shootings a year ago comes together again in a show of unity. alarm
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can but all this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up arcane laura makes landfall along the u.s. gulf coast with warnings that it could cause unsurvivable damage. we need 4 more years of president john will try. us vice president mike pence makes his case for why he and president trump should stay in the white house for another term. india reports another record day of coronavirus cases made around over whether students should sit think university entrance exams. for the 1st time in new zealand's history had judge has ordered a convicted person to spend the rest of their life in prison without the possibility of getting out the sentence was handed to brenton tyrant the self-confessed white supremacist who killed $51.00 muslim worshippers in march of
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last year it was by far the country's worst mass shooting when he reports to us after a harrowing emotional 4 days in the high court in christchurch just as cameramen delivered brinton terence sentence on each of the $31.00 shocking murder charges while he. was fit to live in prison. oh you serious citizens who are all terror and showed little emotion even when being told he would spend the rest of his life in prison outside the court there was relief and gratitude that the convicted murderer and terrorist had been given a sentence never before handed down a new zealand but it was mixed with the realisation that the pain will go on no punishment. will bring our loved ones back. we respect our justice system and then using muslim community.
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known most of them as well we're still to go there again is to the court was told terrence actions after he entered the 2 mosques on march the 15th last year were premeditated and calculated he had studied the layout of the buildings and when they would be busy and in interviews with police expressed disappointment that he hadn't killed more worshippers his europe in cause she extreme arms it was brutal and beyond. directions in human. week the sentence brought an end to 4 days of statements by survivors and family members of those killed at least 90 statements were given some of them expressing anger some offering forgiveness all of them emotional the prime minister spoke soon after and expressed his support for them and the sentence the trauma of much 15 is not easily healed but today i hope is the last.
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we we have any cause to hear or acid the name of the terrorist behind it has deserves to be a life time of complete and utter silence. the sentencing of brinton tyrant closes a chapter in one of new zealand's darkest days and means no one has to relive the events in a parole hearing but for the relatives of the 51 people whose lives he took away and those he injured trying to recover will be a long difficult process wayne hey al jazeera. well earlier we spoke to earlier and the mayor of christchurch and she had a message of healing and unity for the people of her safety. i was relieved when i heard that there was the result i know they many of us standing alongside our muslim communities m who had been so tragically affected by the events of march 5th day were late when they hit they seem to was without parole it had to be life
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but to make it without parole means that nobody ever has to think about fronting up to a parole board and and having to argue for that the man sections couldn't anyway lay to anything less than the age i believe that the community has changed and changed on march 4th jane and we saw it and the response from the whole community you know the tribute wall that developed over the days that followed which really did indicate an outpouring of grief and compassion and love and the end of the one that really sticks in my mind was the call to prayer one week later standing and south hadley park opposite now in the war most we're just thousands of crushed resistance to quietly and silently to seen the strong message to the muslim
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community that we're here we've got your back and their sense of togetherness the spirit of togetherness that has brought our i believe will will see us through and that is what we must continue to demonstrate to all of our communities in the air and their diversity as a city sang that this is a place that there is no no place for height analysis but i just want to pay tribute to the courage of every single one of those people who stood up and court and made the statement. that victims that courageous individuals who deserve our respect they were. 5 and i just my heart goes out to each and every one of them and i thank them for what they have been prepared to do for our city and we will continue to work together to make sure that this is a city where everyone has seen
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a long and. hurricane or has made landfall in the southern united states with forecast is one of unsurvivable storm surges winds of more than 240 kilometers per hour have been recorded in southwest louisiana now the border with texas tens of thousands of people without power state governors a warrior that some of the hof 1000000 coastal residents under evacuation orders have chosen to stay. by my asking people right now to pay attention to this storm to get out of harm's way if there isn't a back you ation order in place whether it's mandatory or voluntary and i understand our state hasn't seen a storm surge like this in many many decades. i'm joined in the studio now by al-jazeera is meteorologist everson fox ever seen i mean and uncivilized of all storm surge is how it's being described do you ever heard of something being described that way now that's
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a new one to make and this is obviously an absolutely massive storm a monster storm you know this is this is off the scale is actually the the the most powerful storm to hit the louisiana coast in more than 100 years so that gives you an idea of what we're up against and of course a lot of low lying land here so as the surge of water comes in that's going to cause problems you can see on the satellite picture you get some idea of the actual vast size of the storm there swirling away making its way just through out just across the southern coast of louisiana now pushing inland the back end of the storm has actually made its way inland is a little further north than we're showing here we could see as much as 300 millimeters of rain possibly 450 millimeters of rain again back could well be record breaking rainfall as we go through the next couple of days and there's that storm surge that we're talking about there can we're looking at possibly pushing as much as 60 kilometers inland so that will inevitably cause widespread flooding
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we're looking at river flooding we're looking at flash flooding and flooding the full should bank that makes its way further north which as we go on through the course of friday pushing up across arkansas weakening further and then as we go on towards the weekend we will see the system just making its way across the upper mississippi valley pushing across through the tennessee valley easing up towards that eastern side of the u.s. another area showers say tuck their way back in behind that will of course add to the flooding problems more showers this week go on into sunday for those southern parts adding to the problems and we'll see wetter weather also pushing up towards tennessee in. the u.s. vice president mike pence. has used the 3rd night of the republican national convention to praise donald trump's record on the economy and the war in order he criticized the democratic presidential candidate joe biden for attacking america
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and said that the country would not be safe under his leadership i want house correspondent kimberly hawk and has more from washington. it was a night heavy with symbolism as the vice president delivered his keynote speech at historic fort mchenry in baltimore the inspiration for the u.s. national anthem or. by mike pence stood with veterans in a display of patriotism the imagery a condemnation of athletes to kneel during the song the star-spangled banner parents and president donald trump have denounced athletes many of them black who kneel in protest oh please retaliate in the american people know we don't have to choose between supporting law enforcement and standing with her african-american neighbors truck joined his vice president standing in support of law enforcement as protests and riots continue following the latest police shooting of
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a black man in the u.s. state of wisconsin pence denounced calls by some democrats to define the police you won't be safe in joe biden's america as the head of the chrono virus task force has defended the u.s. response to cope with 19 even as more than 180000 americans are now dead joe biden said. that no miracle is coming well with joe doesn't seem to understand. is that america is a nation of miracles. just like the 1st 2 nights of the republican national convention wednesdays lined up again included members of the trump family advocating for his reelection this time daughter in law laura trump spoke directly to women who could help decide the 2020 vote defund the police in the rallying cry for the new radical democrat party. joe biden will not do what it takes to maintain
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order to keep our children safe in our neighborhoods and in their schools the appeal to female voters was also reflected on the white house lit purple and gold to mark the 100th anniversary of a woman's right to vote. but the convention didn't focus solely on domestic safety but also trumps foreign policy as well his former acting director of national intelligence defended trump's america 1st approach the d.c. crowd thinks when they call donald trump a nationalist and they're insulting him. as if the american president isn't supposed to base foreign policy on america's national interests 1st they will be the final night of the convention would president trouble officially accept his party's nomination for right here at the white house democrats plan to counter his message democratic vice presidential nominee color harris will speak prior to drop
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what she says are his failures to contain code that night. kimberly helped get al jazeera the white house still to come here on al-jazeera and. again. troubling signs for the president about a ruse from his traditional support spends. truce with the media is over brazil's president takes aim at journalists about a corruption scandal. all coverage of africa is what i'm most proud of every time i travel a bit whether it's east or west or people stop me and tell me how much they appreciate coverage and our focus is not just on their suffering but also on the more appealing and inspiring stories people trust are just here to tell them what's happening in their communities in a clear and i'm biased way and as an african i could. to be more proud to be part
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of it. singapore is being accused of expanding its coast guard with illegally dredged satins some of the islands off the coast of indonesia literally valid it's a big business smuggling spear when they go take to sit there in the sand is there to save this beautiful beach but behind it is something that's not so profound tragedy is that people are just not aware and ecological investigation into a global emergency soundboards at this time on al jazeera. i am steve clements i have a question to ask these days it's hard to filter out the noise in keep track of what's really important to the bottom line tackles the big issues this is shaping the united states its people its economy and the way it deals with the rest of the world the bottom line only on al-jazeera.
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oh. i'm can but al of you are watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories this hour parker nora has made landfall in the southern united states with forecasters warning of unsurvivable storm surges we see out there and texas state governors award about coastal residents who've chosen to stay despite mandatory evacuation orders. the man responsible for new zealand's worst mass shooting has been given a life sentence without parole self-confessed white supremacist brandon tarrant killed 51 was on watch this in march of last year. well holly karen is a reporter with news hope she joins us now live from christchurch holly just give us a sense of the feeling inside court and outside of court today. well
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inside course it was incredibly emotional as justice mandel was handing down his seem to he took a moment to read the names of every single vote and it was so emotional and cool that the court had to bring in extra boxes of tissues and outside court was just beautiful to say crowds and crowds of people gathered in the freezing cold waiting for hours for the survivors when they emerged from court just once again to show them that we are one i was interested to see the new zealand media collectively agreed to limit or censor reporting of the trial in a bid to limit the broadcasting of tyrants ideology i mean in my experience even in new zealand never seen anything like it is that reflective do you think of where the country is at trying to tackle this this ideology.
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i think you're right kim it was something that we had never experienced before and this was new zealand 1st in terms of what we were dealing with but really what they did was they sit embargoes twice a day once at 1 o'clock and one at 5 o'clock for when they could release the information it wasn't since it actually throughout the court case but it was just the air to make sure that we understood the the dignity of the court procedure because we really didn't know what we were going into and with the defendant would behave in self or not and what we would see half an inside court so that's why they put that process in place and we were lucky in the end that we were able to report everything that did happen inside it just came out at those 2 different times
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throughout the day i was interested also to see this describe this attack described as the end of innocence for new zealand kiwis sort of used to thinking oh this is this is something that only happened. you know in other parts of the world what's your take. absolutely i think potentially naively way like to think or above that sort of thing that doesn't happen in new zealand but i think it's been an opportunity for every single new zealand to take a good hard look at themselves what is it that we stand for and i think what happened was that we all got united saying we stand against terrorism and that we really needed to to move forward and embrace the different cultures with the new zealand that make up the country that that is new zealand. ok i think that holy karen there reporter with news have
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a live from christchurch. protests continued for a fortnight in the u.s. city of can no show wisconsin as anger grows of the police shooting of unarmed black man jacob lake president donald trump promised to send federal troops to assist the state's national guard about 1000 guard members have been deployed to quell the unrest the most serious incident 2 people were shot dead on tuesday a 17 year old white man has been arrested. you foreign ministers are holding talks in berlin normally easing tensions between greece and turkey over an energy dispute in the eastern mediterranean both nations have been holding military exercises near a patch of water that they both claim a turkish ship is carrying out drilling research in the area on wednesday greece said it would extend its claim of the water is in the ionian c. further to the west. speaking head of the nation the head of nato called for a diplomatic solution to the standoff we are all concerned about the
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situation. welcome your efforts to find a constructive way forward. i'm in constant contact with the greece turkey marring message is that the situation must be resold in the spirit of god so that it is in line with international law dialogue and deescalation are in everybody's interest stoltenberg also called on the bellows in president to respect fundamental rights he accused an exam the girl trying to use nato as an excuse to crackdown on protesters. car factory workers have joined the general strike to demand a new elections police dispersed and detained demonstrators in the capital minsk on wednesday the 18th successive day of anger a look at his reelection he's accused of rigging a result to extend his 26 years in power he says the protestors are western puppets
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and refuses to talk to the opposition. china has condemned new u.s. sanctions on $24.00 chinese companies accused of motorized the south china sea government leaders in beijing says say rather it's unreasonable for the americans to target activities within china the u.s. says china is intimidating its neighbors by building military bases on artificial islands. india has reported a near daily record of more than 75000 covert 19 infections in the past 24 els and students in the wilds the worst affected country are angry at the government it's decided to allow some university entrance exams to go ahead despite the worsening outbreak lizabeth product reports from the city of. india has been. the highest single day by the cases and to look into it is a case is that any other country in the world. but. there are no
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longer strict laws. in most of the country when you leave the relatively satisfied world of central delhi as we have there is no real social. costs the 2nd reason is and it has increased testing and detecting testing around 1000000 people a day now dellys chief minister has said that the capital region is going to double the number of tests it's conducting from 20240008 day off to delhi recorded its single day rise and days he said that he would be to double the test and isolates people with the virus in the state of west bank gold there was a complete halt in place west bengal something that no other state strict lockdown for 2 days every week and police officers are out on the roads that chicken has to make sure that people are going out with essential services hub the chief minister that goal has been one of the most vocal in the she. believes decision to hold
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university entrance exams for engineering and medical school and she assured. him that around to the. register and many are expected to take shots today in an online. and of these exams but many of the speech and it hit saying that students help should be more important than exams. medical staff of peru have protested nationwide to demand more equipment to protect them from cover 19 the virus has claimed the lives of at least 153 health workers during the pandemic hospital staff one better working conditions to help combat the disease more than 10000 of the actions were reported in the past 2 days. in brazil environmental research is a warning that smoke from fires in the amazon rain forest could worsen the coronavirus death toll more than 10000 fires have been recorded this month at least
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2000 brazilians needed hospital treatment for respiratory illnesses during similar fires last year we already know the accelerated destruction yes on the world's latest reports it's pushing it to work that way when i no longer be able to recover and start working until carbon sink we know it is a good environment change the loan. president triable sonando has lashed out at brazil's media for reporting a corruption scandal allegedly involving his wife and sons the headlines denting his popularity monica yannick have reports from rio de janeiro. for a time brazil's president. was heeding the advice of his aides and suppressing his surge to lash out at journalists but now the truce with the media has just ended. to reveal a bit earlier this week called journalists wimps saying they would likely die of
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covert 19 because unlike him self they aren't afflatus. before that he told a reporter he would like to punch him in the face the journalist had asked about several alleged deposits amounting to almost $16000.00 reportedly deposited into his wife's bank account by far. a family friend and former aide now in prison on corruption charges kate ois is at the center of a corruption probe involving the president's eldest son senator flavio. and which is increasingly focusing attention on the president himself. from up on the boats in iraq was elected on an anti corruption platform but his narrative that he's different from all of the brazilian politicians that is immune to corruption is not so convincing anymore his son is being accused of participating in a rockets game of hiring employees and keeping a part of their salaries for themselves while the president is on the campaign
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trail in november there will be simple elections in brazil and the president seems to be preparing the ground for a zone relaxed and another 2 years he's been traveling all over the country inaugurating plants and visiting the poorest brazilian states in the north and northeast 2 polls show both are not as popular. on the rise even though brazil has the world's 2nd largest gold $1000.00 now break and despite criticisms that the president has downplayed the pandemic. you can't blame both sonora for the virus which is all over the world i believe bolton are is a good man and even if he's not there's nobody else the previous lift us governments were corrupt but political analyst. says government handouts are playing an important part in popularity in brazil since the beginning of the america we have an emergency aid that it's more or less 60 percent of the minimum
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wage and it's reaching almost whole for the call to salutes really be what will happen when the money runs out by the end of the year remains to be seen meineke an i.q. of al-jazeera rio de janeiro. the c.e.o. of a social media app tick tock has resigned kevin mayor's departure comes as the company is facing growing u.s. pressure to sell its american assets the short video performers owned by bite stance a firm based in china over the past few days tick tock has sued the trumpet ministration over a ban washington had cited a national security threat. as we mentioned earlier protests have gone into a 4th nice against the jacob blake killing in wisconsin will now it's having an impact in the american sports world the n.b.a. perspire and all of wednesday's playoff games that's after the wisconsin based
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milwaukee bucks boycotted them out chickens the orlando magic rest of the teams followed suit david aldridge is the editor in chief of the effort at d.c. and has covered sports for 3 decades he says symbolic acts may not end racial violence but can keep the momentum going. i think it has a very significant role and it doesn't solve all the problems but i tend to believe that you know when jackie robinson broke the color line in 1947 in major league baseball that was a big deal you know it was a big deal when muhammad ali said after winning the heavyweight championship in 1964 that i could he was free to be whoever he wanted to be he didn't have to be who you are right white sports writers wanted him to be that was a big deal. it doesn't solve everything but symbols matter symbolism matters in this country and around the world i think and it goes and sports often not always but often can lead the way towards making people kind of stop and think and i think
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that's what these players are trying to get people to do please as the protests over george floyd's death have kind of receded in their depressed slowed down somewhat you know last few weeks people have started to forget we're going to start to revert back to their previous positions and i think the players are saying no you can't do that you have to continue the energy that you had before. mexico's economy is shrinking rapidly as it struggles to deal with the fallout of the pandemic tranq by nearly 19 percent between and from injuring compared to the same periodontist in mexico was already in a recession before lock down well then 5000 new cases were confirmed on wednesday. home and has more from mexico city. what's happened in mexico is that the president and his money will nope is over thought has refused to apply a lot stimulus packages we've seen in other countries who are worried about the economic impact of coronavirus that might be a surprise to some of our viewers because this is
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a president who declares himself as a leftist someone he thinks might be handing out more state aid not less of it at the moment but also his watch word is austerity and he thinks that mexico should be tightening its bow at the moment he's worried about getting the country into debt he's worried about boring from into. national finance organizations you have to look at another economy in the cold in latin america it should be the region's biggest economy and that's brazil which obviously has a far right president joy able sonando but he did unleash a big fiscal spending campaign to try and deal with the impact of covert on the economy and the economy of brazil relatively is not doing anywhere near as badly as mexico's chile as well as a far right wing government also at least fiscal spending programs so they sort of went against type as well so the fact that brazil isn't doing so badly is mexico after taking that measure is causing economists to sort of question what president
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lopez obrador has done now the only thing about this is that this could have bought and could be on the up as we speak and that's what president and there is more normal lopez obrador be hoping that the worst is behind him now. i'm comfortable with the headlines on al jazeera the gunman in new zealand's worst mass shooting has been sentenced to life in prison without the chance of parole self-confessed white supremacist went in town and killed 51 was the most appears to mosques and march of last year hurricane laura has made landfall in the southern united states with forecasters warning of unsurvivable storm surges winds of more than 240 kilometers per hour have been recorded in southwest louisiana near the border with texas tens of thousands of people without power. u.s.
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vice president mike pence has used the 3rd night of the republican national convention to praise donald trump's record on the economy and law and order criticize democratic presidential candidate joe biden for attacking america that the country would not be safe under his leadership. protests continued for a 4th night in the u.s. city of can no show wisconsin people are angry over the police shooting of unarmed black man jacob like a new foreign minister as a holding talks and then on easing tensions between greece and turkey or an energy dispute in the eastern mediterranean both nations have been holding military exercises narrow patch of water they both claim. the headlines and you can news continues here on al-jazeera after people and power to stay with us. talk to o.j. is there a school is the government not taking the necessary action to really address some of the structural issues we listen i still think that at travel is the safest mode
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of travel and to spend that we meet with global news makers and talk about the stories that matter which is 0. alaska's far north as one of the world's last pristine environments but now the trumpet ministration wants to let oil companies through here as campaign is take on the white house and the energy industry indigenous communities are divided between those who want jobs and those who want to preserve a unique landscape and way of life reporter zoe daniel went to find out more.


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