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given the privilege of joining human rights council who are standard fare for human rights around the world we expect much and should expect much of these countries eurabia when it's going to council make sure that it was doing so on the basis of a human rights stand they are in the region we don't apply french standards to countries countries signed treaties they put in place they're obligated they stand for election for international bodies to protect human rights so we need to hold them to their words that the u.s. has announced so that stepping up its military operations against eisel in eastern afghanistan this comes a day after president ghani announced an unconditional ceasefire with the taliban until june the twentieth to coincide with the end of ramadan but the afghan government is to continue its operations against eisel as well as other groups the thousands of refugees who fled across the border from me amal to thailand have
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a tough time getting their basic necessities with a shortage of international aid doctors are having difficulty treating patients reports. all about the needs of her community she's both doctor and refugee camp and is getting a new pair of glasses but says basic i care is not easy to come by. i'm an eye doctor but we don't have any equipment to treat patients in the refugee camp people come to me with eye problems so i do basic checks. these doctors from an american not for profit organization are providing inexpensive i wear to refugees and villages in remote areas of thailand they have a new tool to work with that allows anyone to conduct i check ups and provide three d. printed glasses in just twenty minutes. we're the first team on the ground outside of
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a university setting or an army setting that is actually using this system so it's earch early in its infancy but there are tremendous tremendous potential that we see for this really getting out there and really helping a lot of people see. most of the more than one hundred thousand refugees in these camps in thailand have fled main mass south east in corrent state with karen nationalists have been fighting for independence for almost seventy years but funding from international aid groups has dwindled in recent years prompting many refugees to consider returning to mean ma but they're told it's still not safe. the huge fighting between qur'an nationalists and the mean military has displaced thousands more people since march where the magnet and the refugees need to coordinate with the karen peace council first to verify how safe it is to go back they should not go back on their own because if something happens no one will take
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responsibility for the safety of their lives. with intermittent conflict forcing many of these refugees to stay put and aid cuts to the camps this innovative new program is bringing much needed care to a neglected community. out his era. i have to. celebrate that. on the streets of washington joe will be here with all the reaction in just a little while. you're
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right it's time for the school shoes now with joe thank you the washington capitals have won the stanley cup for the first time in the franchise's history they beat the vegas cold nights four to three in game five of the n.h.l. finals on thursday to secure victory helen gleason has moved. thirty asif forty three seasons in the n.h.l. hockey stock price will finally bad the name of the washington capitals the team had been made to work for the crown by the golden knights though he made history of their own by becoming the first expansion team to reach the stanley cup finals in let's say the season. they won the i.p.l. in contest of the best of seven game series and left three two in game five in front of their home fans oh ok but the capitals rally back from the third period deficit thanks laws
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alabama school the winner to steal the series called one bringing to an end the golden knights remarkable run and the capitals agonizing wait so winless them the cup thank you thank you it was also a much longer for a title for alex that he's the first russian to captain a stanley cup winning team and was named the postseasons most valuable player after scoring a record fifteen goals thanks think i says just like a dream. it was hard going susan we fight through it we work so hard through. all all wood all the years and. you know we. those together as well as a whole one team. event skins capitals are the first pro team from washington to
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win any of north american school may just sports leagues since the redskins claimed the super bowl in one nine hundred ninety two telling gleason out as they're. well there was a big party on the streets of washington d.c. off to that game thousands of fans gathered outside the capsule's home arena to celebrate the historic victory our correspondent our correspondent diane a separate cause there with them. was the crowd outside of how. they have almost like they're ok they've been shouting was the cause and apparently the washington capitals them the way in las vegas they have sure. first and sixteen years that. the first states have won the national title and it was a very close game there for a while but ransome gone wild for somebody who was born you put up the third
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a one that's tonight pretty common at the way the way in the series yes. i was very nervous being a cat forty three yes you're always nervous. ok. right here on the streets of washington tonight the capitol speech right turning their cell was likely the city will throw a massive celebration when their capitals return to washington. it's men semifinals day at the french open action will get underway in paris in just a few minutes time first up dominant team well i'm for his first grand slam final he's taking on surprise semifinalist marco czech and also the unseated italian who knocks out novak djokovic in the quarterfinals and then later on rafael nadal will bid to reach an eleventh french open final the while the ones taking on former u.s. open winner team del potro. the women's french open final takes place on saturday
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between a brainy u.s. open champion sloane stephens and world number one simona halep now howlett is targeting a first grand slam title in paris after finishing runner up at the tournament in two thousand and fourteen and two thousand and seventeen the romanian was in fine form in the semifinals on thursday beating two thousand and sixteen champion got to be murugadoss first six one six four led by a set and a break in last year's final before losing to yell a no loss to penco and also lost a close australian open final to caroline bushwhacking in january. the world i don't know what change probably nothing because i would give my routine. i have more experience now i feel. calm i feel that i have to enjoy today the victory because it's a great match and they have two more days until the final saw. stay chill i will relax and then we will see what is going to happen saturday but for sure i will
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fight for every ball. well number ten stevens progressed with a six four six four victory over fellow american madison keys the match was a repeat of last year's u.s. open final stephens will now bid for her second grand slam title against her that she leaves the pairs head to head five to two. there's just six days to go until kickoff at the world cup in russia and portugal's final preparations are going well the european champions beat algeria three nil in their last warm up game before the tournament perhaps surprisingly the portuguese haven't done too well in the world stage in recent years their best finish has been third place and that was back in one thousand nine hundred ninety sixty six and another team with high hopes going into their first ever world cup finals in iceland you see them there they made it all the way to the last eight at euro twenty sixteen but their latest warm up match with gone i didn't go too well the stadium in reykjavik was packed out as iceland went to mail up through honest and fin buxom. but ghana who failed to qualify for
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russia scored twice in the second half as the match finished two two. elsewhere south korea were held to a goal is draw but bolivia a year ago i comfortably beat as becky stan and england picked up a win over fellow world cup hopefuls costa rica in their final warm up game marcus rushford with a brilliant first half strike. now germany face saudi arabia later in their last warm up game before beginning the defense of their title in russia but they'll be without one of their stars mesut ozil has been ruled out after bruising his need last saturday against austria has trained alone for the past few days but the german football association say leaving him out is just a precaution and he won't risk his place at the world cup. elsewhere world cup participants croatia and senegal take on each other japan head to look honored to meet switzerland in their penultimate match and they still have a meeting with paraguayan in four days time and poland take on chile in polls and they also have one will warm up game before departing for neighbors russia.
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professional sports stars will tell you that when it comes to success you can never set the ball too high well it turns out you can and that's exactly what happened at the diamond league athletics meet in norway officials said the barrier in the women's three thousand meters more than fifteen centimeters higher than it should have been stopping some of the athletes in their tracks and causing chaos those who played at the first time had to go over twice again before fresh holes of the truck noticed the problem no issue very focused as the menu here extended to eight hundred meter winning streak she lost last over that distance in two thousand and fifteen but is expected to be pain lies by a new rule that comes into effect at the end of this season limiting testosterone levels and female little distance from its. qatar will host the athletics world championships next year and this man is expected to be a standout for his country abdurahman sambo won the four hundred meter hurdles in
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forty seven point six seconds breaking a thirty two year old meet record all his compassion with us he submachine dazzled in the men's high jump he beat russian rival daniel listing code by carrying two point three six meters. all right that is all useful for now i have more for you later marty joe thank you very much indeed that's all for this out is there a news hour there's a lot more news coming up lower will be in the chair in just a moment or so from now so stay with us.
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just. a year as possum's the start of the blockade. qantas foreign minister talks to al-jazeera about the impact of the crisis on regional politics. and how his country is coping with it. and hundred forty one on the. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for the dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country
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haven't truly been able to escape the war. it's been one year since its neighbors imposed a blockade on qatar by land sea and air. a move that shattered the region's geopolitical landscape alliances have shifted and qatar has grown more self-reliant . but what caused the rift between the g.c.c. countries is there and what insights and can the gulf ever be the same again the siege of. just zero. feeling the heat over mass hold donald trump is under pressure from his closest allies before the g.
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seven summit in canada. this is a live from doha also coming up. a grand entrance for a close friend china welcomes russia's president vladimir putin. south africa's former president jacob zuma back in court for a second time accused of fraud racketeering money laundering and weapons deal. crowds gathering that near the barrier fence between. despite warnings to stay away . the leaders of g seven nations are gathering in canada for what could be the most tense meeting in get is us present donald trump was recently imposed steel and
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tariffs affecting all the others in the group of industrialized nations and spotting a backlash america first approach has led to several disputes with not to mention his polarizing stance on the iran nuclear deal and climate change john a hundred reports from quebec city where the meeting will be held. inside and outside the g. seven summit disruption has replaced diplomacy on the streets demonstrators are descending on québec city where canada's leaders intend to avert a repeat of the two thousand and one summit of the americas where these streets erupted in riots this time nine thousand police are taking no chances even national assembly is shut down if it is bad. get pretty nasty. to good. shopkeepers have boarded up buildings as the first protesters filled the streets. the first demonstration of the g.
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seven began peacefully and it turned into a march as you can see there were speakers people eight baguettes and hundreds of people demonstrated peacefully but when the police came they showed that they were prepared in case there was trouble. concerned that they've completely secured the summit site at leaving demonstrators to gather one hundred forty kilometers away and get back city at the gathering itself leaders are calling it the g six plus one the u.s. against the rest all six u.s. allies in the group of seven of the world's largest economies opposed donald trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum and hope to avert a trade war but that. perhaps trump those in mind he's being isolated today here at matters because these six countries here represent values they represent the economic market with a strong history and certainly also represent a true force on the international level it's the diplomatic equivalent of
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a family intervention as donald trump prepared to arrive french president emanuel canadian prime minister just to talk about how to talk to the u.s. president there's no question that on trade on climate change on some other issues there will different be. this is a perspective but the role of the chief seven is to provide a context to highlight the ways we work together and work through some of the differences in perspectives trump fired back via twitter saying in part please tell prime minister trudeau and president mccrone that they are charging the us massive tariffs and create non-monetary barriers the meeting could end in a show of unity or a showdown if you are going to carve the world up and you're going to have united states versus rest of world the rest of the world is going to be bigger and it's going to be more important. as the leaders in protesters gather in quebec those watching the g.
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seven around the world remain in suspense wondering whether history will be made inside that meeting or outside john hendren al-jazeera quebec city well ahead of his meeting his g seven counterparts donald trump has just tweeted looking forward to straightening out on fire with the g seven countries and it doesn't happen we come out even better. is professor of economics. university she says g seven members need to have a more inclusive approach when it comes to trade. right now g. seven is a mess because there is clearly a lot of divergence in terms of their attitudes but i really think they have only themselves to blame i think do you think should stop blaming trump because g seven as a whole has displayed a singular lack of imagination in the last few years in coping with the world's most important economic problems so for now for them to come and say well it's us against trump and the us is ridiculous because they haven't shown the leadership
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required to actually take the world out of the quagmire that it's in the g seven has to take account of all of this of the genuine concerns and the inequalities that are generated by current rules to actually enable countries to have domestic policy space to deal with these problems but in addition g. seven and g. twenty have to actually need both concerted fiscal expansion a global new deal you have to have a global new deal that enables countries to expand to get better for employment and prosperity instead of that you are creating a world in which these two tensions are only going to get larger and more aggressive. james bays is in se of war ahead of tuesday's summit between the leaders of u.s. and north korea he says the rift on display ahead of the g seven meeting is unprecedented. but i've been to g. seven meetings for many years including when they were g.
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eight when russia was involved always a great deal of tension between russia and the others when russia was invited to those meetings never have i seen tension among the seven like we have right now some are even calling it a meeting of the g six plus one on the one that's against the other six is president trump and the united states a year ago i covered the g seven in italy and then there was tension over some of trauma comments his views on nato his pulling out of the climate deal but now you've got added to that pulling out of the iran deal and these terrorists which have the potential of starting a global trade war it is going to be a very very tense summit meeting coming up in quebec in the coming hours president trump we know doesn't really want to be there in fact he's thought apparently in the white house to have said perhaps he shouldn't go to all of the ships and vice presidents but he is pushing ahead with this meeting but it's interesting that the dynamics there in quebec seem to be even worse than they are in singapore he seems
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to have more problems with his allies and a summit with them than a summit with a country that has long been seen as one of the u.s. is enemies. now donald trump may invite north korea's leader to the white house if tuesday's summit in singapore goes well yes present raise the possibility was hosting japan's prime minister and official has more from washington. the japanese prime minister will see donald trump but the upcoming g. seven summit in canada chin zoabi made a detour to washington to ensure he gets some private time with the u.s. president to discuss north korea as a to settle down in the oval office the president admitted he didn't feel the need for a lot of preparation before his historic summit in singapore i don't think you have to prepare very much it's about attitude it's about willingness to get things done but i think i've been preparing for the summit for a long time prime minister abbey wants to make sure key japanese demands aren't lost in the moment that any deal isn't just good for the us but its allies i hope
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the upcoming meeting in singapore represents the beginning of a bright new future for north korea and indeed a bright new future for the world. the deed nuclearization of the korean peninsula word are sure in a new era of prosperity security and peace for all koreans north and south and for people everywhere when donald trump travel to japan in the vendor he met the families of japanese citizens allegedly abducted by the north koreans in the seventy's and eighty's the release is top of prime minister abbott his agenda is the state cannot abandon all titles in tacitus on behalf of the citizens of japan i would like to thank president trump and the people of the united states for their understanding and support towards the preservation of the adoption issues and so much i donald trump believes the summit in singapore can make progress towards north korea abandoning its nuclear program but insists he could still walk away
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he's holding out the carrot of better international relations for pyongyang and the stick of many more sanctions if it all falls apart japanese prime minister left the white house having played his part in a typical trump cliffhanger watching him in the world to stay tuned to see what comes next alan fischer al-jazeera washington. russia's president vladimir putin's a state visit to china to size a base of economic military and political cooperation for the presidency of state in paying the council u.s. influence to leaders with historical ties ties have considerable influence over the north korean leader kim jong un but i see you seem to sort of russia and china both want peace in the korean peninsula peace talks between the two koreas i'm moving towards the right direction moscow city some contacts with north korea contrarian. for a constructive work as larry has more from beijing. russian president vladimir
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putin is in china for the shanghai cooperation organization summit now this is an economic grouping led by russia and china seen by some as a counterweight to many of the groupings and blocks that are dominated by the united states and the two countries are drawing closer in part because of the close personal ties between their leaders and in part driven by the increasingly fraught relationship with the u.s. and when we look at russia it's finding that it needs more trade partners in the east particularly china because of sanctions against it led by the u.s. for its annexation of crimea in two thousand and fourteen russia is also being investigated and being accused of having meddled in u.s. elections as for china it's in the midst of a possible trade war with the u.s. these are the world's two largest economies china is also facing criticism from the u.s. and being challenged for its increasing militarization of disputed parts of the south
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china sea and the other thing that these two countries have in common is that they are not invited to the summit that's going to be held between north korea and the u.s. that's not to say though that we can't discount their influence now in the days leading up to in days in the weeks leading up to this summit taking place russia has visited north korea it suggested that sanctions against north korea ought to be lifted in phases to perhaps gain favor with north korean officials in the meantime we've also seen china extend a visit to north korean leader twice this year already. for racketeering and money laundering case against south africa's former president has been adjourned until next month jacob zuma made a brief court appearance and in for a second time three months ago judges reinstated sixteen charges linked to a two and a half billion dollar european weapons deal in the one nine hundred ninety s. when zuma was deputy president has the latest from the court.


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