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this is al-jazeera. and there are entire this is the news hour live from london coming up. jubilation in thailand as rescuers find twelve boys and their football coach alive after nine days missing in a cave. when two hundred seventy thousand people are now displaced by the syrian government's two week offensive to retake dara province. mexico's president elect promises profound change telling the celebrating
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supporters he played fail that. almost three thousand french police are drafted in to track down a notorious gangster after his second dramatic jail break. i'm tatiana. with the latest from the wild card brazil beat mexico to reach the last eight of the competition i'll have that story and more later in the show to. begin with a remarkable story of survival latter thailand twelve porters and their football coach have been found alive after spending nine days trapped inside a cave the group became trapped in the cave complex off to heavy rains flooded the exige rescue teams from all over the world who spent days trying to reach them some even spending many nights inside the cave to speed up the search. and you think
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what about the thirteen missing people the latest report from the seal unit which we didn't manage to reach by beach they found the beach flooded but then they went through there about three hundred to four hundred meters to another area of high ground they found a young brothers a safe. when hey joins us live from the scene in chiang rai so an extraordinary story of survival how long do we think it might take to get the boys out. yes well that is the big question now following those scenes of absolute jubilation just a couple of hours ago when the governor of chiang rai province as you just heard the announced that the thirteen people who had been missing for more than nine days were indeed found alive we don't know if they are alive and well however we don't know the condition all of the missing people have been in the such a long time presumably in darkness with very few supplies so exactly how now they're going to get them out well that is going to be the big question we assume
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that it is going to be a very slow process the focus now we have told is on getting some emergency supplies in the form of food and fresh drinking water to those people and then medical equipment and medical help will arrive on the scene remember that in the last few days the search and rescue personnel. in advance base about three kilometers inside the time along the haven they took in a lot of equipment in there including medical equipment so from there that is where that equipment is now being taken further into the cave to this location where the boys and the football coach have been found out in terms of the distance from the cave entrance where i am to that location we believe it's about four and a half kilometers so as you heard again from the governor of chiang rai province it's beyond the area where everyone thought that they may be and what about the i mean it's a week i mean you mention the fact that it's a navy seal. divers have been in this in the last part of the rescue and presumably
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they are very experienced at kind of navigating small spaces with enough water where is the boys might be it might be more difficult than. exactly in the challenges for these navy seal divers as you say very experienced operators and this sort of environment has been immense over the last few days simply because the amount of water that's been inside the cave system the very water that is believed to have trapped the boys and the football coach in the first place and the cave getting towards the location where they have been found it's very narrow in places with many shop thing out from all around really and the water has been rushing through that at a huge rate of knots going against the direction in which the navy seal divers have been trying to get to so now they've got to try and consider how they're going to get the boys and the football coach out of the a perhaps they may do it on stretches perhaps the boys in the next few hours in the next few days perhaps may
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be well enough to walk out that is assuming that that water level continues to rise and that would go down i should say and that is an operation that is ongoing back continuing to try to pump as much water out of there as they possibly can because in the last day or so there's been very little rain in this area pouring water into that cave system as we saw earlier so that has allowed those divers to make much more progress over the last few days than we had seen before but more rain is full so they will be very conscious of that as well but what we have also heard that in the event that they may find these boys and their coach alive that they may even have to train them how to scuba dive in the basic skills of scuba diving to enable them to get out should some of those areas still be flooded so that is one scenario they'll probably still be considering right now and when i would have a huge anxiety for the parents or the relatives you know waiting. it to to to be reunited with with a boy. yes exactly and it's being obviously
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a tremendously emotional time right from day one more than nine days ago on that saturday afternoon a very normal saturday afternoon from all accounts in the area around the quay with the boys and the coach well from they had just had a a practice football match and then they apparently went into the cave system for another team bonding exercise and it was one mother of one of the boys who raised the alarm that he didn't return from that practice match and it was unusual for him to do so without notifying her and since then it is really been a roller coaster for the parents for other friends and family all of the missing boys and the coach and for a large part they have been camped right here where we have been waiting for any news that been praying that being consoled by visitors coming to this site by members of the government right up to the thai prime minister prior. so when this announcement was made as i say just over two hours ago that they had been found
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alive inside the table beside me it was met with a lot more emotional lot of happiness but of course there will still be ongoing concern until they see those boys and their twenty five year old coach brought out of that cave alive when hey jan i thank you very much indeed. i believe this is a former chairman of the british caving association he joins us via skype from thanks very much for being with us so it does seem that at this stage it's a kind of a good news story after nine days of them being trapped in there but tell us a bit more about that particular cave complex and what the challenges will be for for them to stay alive in there and be able to get out of edgeley. this city. goalie. rescue is a goalie in there you know a lot of you say you. know rescue is it going in the big. one of these lawyers only. i haven't heard too much about the detail of of what's
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going on today but they will they will over the last nine days of been desperately desperately short of logs than that the important thing is a lot when you're in the dark and knowing daisies it's terribly debilitating they just won't really have known where they are what's happening they were being terribly disorganized now they've got a log on the rescues have taken a lot in they will be following they will be partying they will be absolutely following but it's the sooner they get my better but they're safe and we can relax now the news what i heard earlier on today was just fantastic you know they are they are a lawyer they are not i say they are. they they are checked it really against most things night now that people have make contact that are taking like that taking food that they're ok they're getting by i think fairly soon but even if they don't know it now they've got problems and it's not a major problem so it does it
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a bit about the cave system in itself i mean it i suppose and in some areas that the fate would have been with that number of people in that that oxygen levels or that would be an issue or is it not the case and in that particular area is absolutely not the case i'm afraid i mean an awful lot of the silly talk is go on about this the air will be following the the water levels will probably be falling the problem is the passage that they've killed mean all those flood it and of the water level has come up in one block they're going out the divers haven't been able to get in because of the speed of the water and swimming against the current of the water is desperately difficult but they that the arrow be brilliant there will be loads of space that they will be quite comfortable it's reasonably warm it will be between twenty three and twenty five degrees centigrade so hypothermia is not a problem but has not a problem the. rufe orleans not a problem walter is drinking water is not really
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a problem i mean they can drink water and it's probably falling most cave water's rocky point of it if it's if it's slightly polluted it still will make military will but it won't kill them what would have killed them was the dark and doing anything silly in the dark and a knave named got lost in the dive is the only in la i don't know who it is bro i suspect i'm very very likely it's the team the british team that we've got out there is that the best cave guy was in the world on this sort of thing is the bread and butter when they they they will i suspect they're the guys who got there first they will take loads a lot taking loads and the boys will not be partying they'll be really really incredibly happier than they were when they were sitting there thirteen of them in the dark and that is what is so terribly distressing is to be in complete
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darkness when that doesn't know what they're going through and that's the big problem and the eva thank you very much indeed he'll host most of it thank you thank you. the u.n. says more than a quarter of a million a serious have been displaced by the government offensive to retake their our province in the country southwest jordan is set to hold talks with the regime's ally russia this week in the hope of paving the way for a ceasefire it comes after opposition talks with russia broke down when splits emerged between rebel groups so in a hot it has more from beirut in neighboring lebanon. syrians front lines continue to shift in that our province the united nations says two hundred seventy thousand people have already been uprooted during the syrian government's military offensive now in its third week there remain in towns under opposition control are being battered by air strikes and shelling and the fear is an escalated military campaign now that talks collapse was going on and there is
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a military escalation to pressure the rebel factions to accept the russian military is going dishes to on the assault those conditions are he relating for the opposition they just want them to give up everything after years of psych revises they can't accept that. the opposition delegation involved in talks with the russian military which were mediated by jordan formally pulled out of negotiations and it's not clear if all rebel commanders support that decision but those who have made separate deals are being called traitors. the representatives of a handful of towns have been signing so-called reconciliation deals with the government or what amounts to a surrender syrian state television is showing people celebrating the return of government rule more often than not there is little choice such deals stave off further military action and prevent more suffering but anyone wanted by the state such as rebel fighters and those involved in opposition activities or who worked in
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rebel run administrations leave. rebel areas are shrinking more than sixty percent of drought is now under the control of president bashar al assad's forces rebels still hold parts of the provincial capital that are city and the areas along the borders of the occupied golan heights and jordan including then a sea crossing the opposition is in a weak position it has been abandoned by its allies the united states told them not to expect to be back to militarily jordan close its borders to weapons shipments and refugees instead it says it wants to focus on mediating a ceasefire but a ceasefire is not what the procedure and government camp wants. it is pushing for a military victory a win in the southern corner of syria would follow significant gains close to the capital in recent months then like now it is the civilians who pay the heaviest price. valid move could she see let me ask every person with
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a conscience to help stop the shelling and why are they shelling areas where there are children helpless elderly and sick people the children are hungry and without food we only brought tea and sugar with us please force this criminal to end the shelling. that is unlikely to happen the decision by some of the opposition not to sit at the negotiating table means a stepped up military campaign especially since the government stated goal is to recapture southern syria. beirut. coming up in this news. the number who drowned trying to cross from libya to europe this year passes a thousand a fifth of them in just the last few days. holds a last ditch talks with her interior minister threatens to quit the coalition over her migration policy. and his support roger federer gets his quest for a ninth wimbledon title to a winning start. mexico's
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president elect is vowing to stamp out corruption fight drug cartels and reduce social inequality after his resoundingly win on sunday it was third time lucky for . who become mexico's first leftwing president in three decades on that in america to use in human ports mexico city. times have been bridled violence and corruption mexicans have taken a leap of faith was a hero massacred nearly was we all want to be able to live and work in our country without being killed but lopez obrador we believe there will finally be real change was to the first time mexicans have chosen a left wing populist and the response. to lead them better known as he represents social change and the pope all honesty. i know.
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i will not let you down i will not disappoint you i am conscious of my historic responsibility i don't want to go down in history as a bad president. says he will begin by eradicating corruption which he says is the principal cause poverty and violence but just that through college tuition expects he would see his ambitious goals this mystery because he has been credibly short on details about how he wants to implement what he calls a radical transformation of mexico. but he has explained that he'll pay for ambitious social programs and subsidies to the poorest with an estimated twenty five billion dollars he says corrupt politicians steal and that he'll even sell the presidential plane to save money on his opponents say he has a messiah complex and warned that he will undermine the democratic institutions and
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send investors flee but for millions who voted for. he represents the change this country desperately needs that the government cannot do it alone but the sea will say they cannot do it along either so we have to join forces in a vase is of honesty in a vase is of a real fight against corruption and in a basis for good. give us justice for all of this all of that of course is easier said than done and given the extraordinary expectations you so well can perceive as those jobs would be all the more i don't see the human as just mexico city. home the news live in mexico city first said john lopez obrador won the presidency at a gala but then mexican congress and senate were also up for grabs what happened there. we haven't got the complete vote tally yet but the projections for showing. those parties and their allies will also take
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both houses of congress now they'll have the projections say a majority but not the two thirds a supermajority that they need to change the constitution so there is a check there what he's going to be able to do at least in the first part of his presidency that sort of checks and balances been talked about before and now after the election people wanting to see what exactly the new president elect of the part of the country is going to be able to do some of that as you heard in lucy is package piece there some people worried about the fact that the new president elect is very strong minded he has a vision of mexico he said several times in rallies i'm stubborn and once i've got something into my head and that's what i'm going to accomplish many people feel that that might some people feel that that might spill into being a bit of poor terry and in the country now he's a good cabinet picks around him who are quite moderate voices so the question for
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many analysts that we've talked to is is he going to go his own way or is he going to listen to the cabinet picks around him now he has some records this as mayor of mexico city from two thousand and two thousand and five and there he did listen to the people around him there was quite moderate stances on very various different things civil society groups as well that we've gone overboard with we. been talking to all so they're wondering as much as well how much he's going to listen to them in the past some of those groups think tanks investigators that have played a hand in covering up corruption and things like this in this administration he sort of spoken to them and not through favorable light so in the next five months between him becoming the president elect and taking over the president they say that they'll be trying to make links with him and trying to work out how they can work together what's been the international reaction to this victory.
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or probably from mexico the most significant international reaction to come from the neva to the north the united states president trump has already tweetie congratulating mr lopez obrador and saying that he looks forward to working together those two men working together is going to be a very interesting proposition that both by nature quite protectionists they both have rhetoric about putting their own country first they're both very strong characters as i've already mentioned so it's going to be interesting to see how those two get along together mr lopez obrador steam has also responded to mr mr trump saying that he looks forward to working together as well as also the left wing bloc of countries in latin america that have got in touch with mr lopez obrador also by a twitter the president of venezuela nicolas maduro the president of bolivia ever more rallies saying they're looking forward to working with him as well that's a shrinking bloc in latin america to have to see if mr lopez obrador would want to
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be involved with them how closely he wants to be tied with them gentlemen thank you very much. let's run up to mexico's election was plagued by violence but what impact did it have on the vote joining us now in mexico city is journalist you're angry who's author of the book gangs to warlords drug dollars killing fields and the new politics of latin. thanks very much for being with us or very often we think about ten drug cartels when we think about mexico what what kind of in inference interference would they have had in the whole election process do you think. were drug cartels now as we shouldn't just call him drug cartels they really crime cartels they're into a whole caught photo of rackets including kidnapping extortion stealing crude oil and nothing they're going to recently is actually making mayors and local governments pay
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a percentage of their budgets to the cartels so you know imagine that used to be that they would just bribe local governments now the locals after pay them so what you often see in the cases in these local elections especially for mayors or local congresses is the cartels getting involved and they want their people in power or people they can intimidate in power and if people don't go along with them they can murder them or threaten them to leave the race so is it possible to tell into the know there are a lot of lot of politicians who were killed during during this election is it possible to tell who is behind it. tragically probably never will there was one hundred forty both candidates or party militants in the countdown to murder during the campaign in mexico most some eighty percent of murders so you know most about twenty percent of murders are solved so one in five years four out of five those are not solved even where most are so we're never sure if they have the right
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person or they're sending some you know fall guy into prison so we're probably never going to know really who killed the people and exactly why and to how much difference do you think is this new president going to make i mean he's been promised to crack down on corruption and. you know and there's the drugs trust smuggling and so on but i mean what we don't have any detail really of his policies so far do you have any any confidence that he can. backlit. well our what we ought to mistake being in living in mexico for seventeen years and covering this humanitarian tragedy you know really is you know covering the mass graves of children fifty bodies by housing estates young children you know seeing these things more than one hundred twenty thousand people murdered directly in relation to this thirty thousand disappeared so i really want to hope that they can be a change now in terms of his policies he's been pretty ambiguous this two main strains i see one is this idea of bringing peace to mexico as
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a pacifistic strain i think he's been in communities talking to people that this is really hurt him he was the kind of bring a piece of mexico you talk about bringing the pope over he's talked about even how it how messy for certain criminals so we'll see what that will really mean in terms of policy the other is a bit more of a statist controlling idea you know he's very much into the government of the state having a role so he said that he said this last night when he offered one a victory he wants to have meetings every morning at six am with the security cabinet i'm really find out what they're doing to solve the problems you'll see how they play out and hope they can make a difference. thank you very much indeed for joining us. of international in isolation for migration says the number of people who died trying to cross from libya to europe this year has passed a thousand will than two hundred people have drowned in the mediterranean in the last few days alone is believed to be due to russian migrants trying to make the
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dangerous journey before an anticipated crackdown by the european union. so far this year ten thousand migrants have been brought back to shore by the libyan coast guard. and put into detention so there's a big increase by the libyan coast guard in preventing smuggling. at the same time the proportion of the number of deaths is increasing we think this is because the smugglers are getting more desperate and are taking desperate measures and absolutely not caring for the safety of the migrants putting them to sea in unsafe persons the german parties which make up the ruling coalition holding meetings to try to resolve a political crisis over migration the interior minister offered to resign saying he isn't satisfied with an e.u. deal struck by chancellor angela merkel to reduce migration levels or the whoever leads the bavarian christian social union which forms part of battles governing coalition he wants to turn migrants away from the border if they've already applied
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for asylum in another european country with latest from dominic cain in berlin so a lot at stake here do we know how this is panning out how the but these meetings of managed to iron out the differences between them. oh lots of meetings today lauren the first one was an impromptu one at the offices of the speaker of the parliament to show people remember him as a long standing for finance minister excuse me. an elder statesman of conservatism in germany a man who could thrash out the issues with the two protagonists or see her for angela merkel now the two of them are meeting with seven colleagues each either side sixteen of them in a room in the c.s.u. party headquarters trying to get some idea of whether they can come together or not there are conflicting reports some german news agency suggesting that the the two sides are coming closer together but in amongst that idea of potential reparation there is also
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a discordant note which is that which that horse over gave an interview to the influential newspaper there's a dutch insight on earlier on today in which he said that he was not prepared to be fired or sacked from his job by a chancellor who's only chancellor because he put her there well that shows you that the dynamic between these two people is paul is frosty they do not really get on two weekends ago mr zero four was quoted as saying as he could no longer work with that woman his words referring to wrangle americal remember at the heart of all this as you said in your introduction laura is the idea of can people be turned away at the borders that is what christine social you want in bavaria the very a is one of the states in germany where many refugees migrants present themselves across borders but angela merkel and it has to be said a majority of parties in the bundestag certainly a majority of the votes in the parliament don't support that we have to wait and see how these meetings unfold and dominic if she is able for does go in the end
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will this c.s.u. replace in all or are they likely to push for that will you do you envisage the coalition actually ending up being broken up. it's unlikely that the christian. social union that has been effectively almost a wing of the christian democratic union for so long in bavaria would want willingly to walk outs of government given that it's only with the christian democrats that they can really govern asshole in germany they only have forty six seats in parliament the green party is waiting in the wings so i'm going to machall is very likely to remain chancellor for the foreseeable future the question is whether she does so with the votes of the c.s.u. or whether she has to find another accommodation dominic kane thank you very much indeed. still to come this hour. unimaginable accounts of atrocities the u.n. secretary general describes stories you heard from the hinge refugees who fled violence. the closure of oil terminals is losing libya's economy sixty four
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million dollars a day. and support for time champion chris froome in the. welcome back looking at weather conditions across the levant and western parts of asia aside from a few showers in the far east is generally looking fine woman in tehran there at thirty eight degrees bank dark forty seven degrees some are really setting in their fine conditions around the eastern side of the mediterranean that includes the whole of turkey as well as last the showers here so we're looking at pretty hot weather across much of syria beirut coming in at twenty eight degrees and no significant change expect is ahead on through into wednesday so what about the arabian peninsula well on the western side it's looking pretty hot we've got to
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forty six the greens there in medina for a dry heat on the other side the potential though it is still very humid forty one degrees in doha but it is quite uncomfortable with that very high humidity and the temperatures forty two degrees as move through twenty day moving into southern portions of africa we have seen a weather front just moving through south africa bringing some welcome rain very close to cape town that system though should be moving away so we'll see a brighter weather chance wanted to cher's maybe for mozambique and continues through into wednesday but otherwise most areas looking drawing and fine should be plenty of sunshine across. be fine weather across namibia with highs of eighteen degrees in winter. the afghan national army. guardians of a country ravaged by decades of war and occupation abandoned by to liberate his.
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young men who each day could be the last to continue to fight for a future free from camps. afghanistan's battle and witness documentary on al-jazeera. al-jazeera. where every.
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one of the top stories here now is there a young football team and their coach has been found alive nine days after going missing in a cave in thailand the group became stuck in the cave complex to heavy rains flooded the exit. the u.n. says more than a quarter of a million syrians have now been displaced by the government's offensive to retake darragh province in the south west of the country and mexico's president today is vowing to stamp out corruption fight drug cartels and reduce social inequality and responder look as abroad or will become excuse first left wing president in eighteen years. the u.n. chief general has said he has heard on the imaginable accounts of killing and rape from revenge of refugees who fled from me in ma to bangladesh and turner got her
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she has been visiting overcrowded camps in bangladesh's cox's bazaar district where hundreds of thousands of people are sheltering he says refugees are living in terrible conditions and has called for myanmar to be held responsible for what he describes as crimes against the ranger. all these people here in these tragic circumstances and these if myanmar have no responsibilities for them is not acceptable we need to push and will be pushing in the right direction and fully in line with the principles that have always been the principles of the united nations in motion to. the need for every citizen to have a country that they can call their. own have a genuine has more from cox is bizarre. the u.n. in the past few months trying to do a donation drive to get money for the war or hinder refugee population it's only been twenty four percent funded thus far that really goes to show how much this
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population is neglected secretary-general good terrorism spoke a lot about the fact that there were hindu population is perhaps the most discriminated against population in the entire world he said that he went to iraq and say you know ten years ago and saw the kind of difficulties that they were living with even then and it's only gotten so much worse now one of the things that i asked secretary-general the terrorist specifically about is something that's become a bit of a bone of contention here there was a memo of understanding that was signed between the you in the government of me and mine and that memo of understanding was leaked in the past week to the press and as it turns out it did not mention the name as the ethnic group of this people and it did not talk about if they would be granted citizenship if they were to return to me and mark some point in the future when i asked secretary-general the terror is about that he said that this was just a starting point that this was
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a document that they had to enter into it was nothing perfect it was nothing binding that there must be a lot more work that needs to be done he said that any citizen of any country needs to have a right of return and that anybody from any country a country needs to be able to be considered a citizen of that country so clearly he's saying the government of myanmar is not doing nearly enough that they have not been nearly cooperative enough and we hope that they will be able to take steps to ensure the rights of the religious population. a philippine mayor has been shot dead by a sniper during an official ceremony. antonio he was taking part in the weekly flag raising in town your own city video has a sick assassination was posted on social media elite had previously led a controversial walk of shame campaign in which suspected drug dealers were paraded around the streets is also alleged to be involved in the drugs trade police in the
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indian capital new delhi are investigating the mysterious deaths of eleven family members discovered inside a house ten of the victims were blindfolded and hanging from the roof with another found on the floor they were discovered by a neighbor early on sunday morning in the northern suburb of brewery village police are trying to find out where the the family was murdered or died in a mass suicide. police in the western indian set of america has struck of arrested twenty three people after five men were bludgeoned to death by a crowd of people on saturday and police say the attack came after one of the men was spotted talking to a child it's the latest in a series of lynchings in india sparked by false rumors spread on the internet of child kidnapping gangs. libya's national oil corporation is suspending exports from the country's east the cut follows the capture of two oil terminals last month by forces loyal to the warlord highly for have to use forces have prevented all
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shipments from being loaded at several ports in the so-called oil crescent libya's un got back government has warned international companies against dealing with after. the suspension affects crude oil loadings at her and certina oil terminals in eastern libya it comes a week after the asuka and rest the new force was shut down by the libyan national army libya holds africa's largest oil reserves the suspensions will cut the country's out port by almost eighty percent that's a loss of eight hundred fifty thousand barrels a day meaning a lost revenue about sixty seven million dollars a day when while the u.s. state department has outlined a timetable for reintroducing sanctions against iran the trump administration says it wants to eliminate iran's oil exports and put maximum pressure on the iranian economy our focus is on getting as many countries importing iranian crude down to zero as soon as possible we are also working with oil market participants including
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producers and consumers to ensure market stability banking sank banking sanctions will also snap back on november fourth and we will be aggressively enforcing these provisions to lock up iran's assets overseas and deny the iranian regime access to its hard currency comes as iran's president hassan rouhani arrives in switzerland for talks on how to save the iran nuclear deal the deal was dealt a potentially fatal blow after u.s. president donald trump withdrew from it was that the iranian government to pin its hopes on european powers who say they will stand by the twenty fifteen agreement iran's government is already under pressure over the economy state media say several people have been wounded during two days of clashes between police and protesters in the southeastern region of kurdistan people have been demanding clean drinking water and protesting against corruption and price rises ramadan has more.
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the protests started on saturday in several cities including. bandar evident and continued until late sunday night there was a. state media reported injuries when unknown gunmen fired shots during a demonstration in the city of homs. the faeries protests were invariably broken up by security forces who accused protesters of disrupting public order protesters denounced government mismanagement water shortages and water quality. and also condemned corruption and the rising cost of living linked to soaring inflation rates etc i just came on the study most of the commodities that we buy unnecessary i can ignore some commodities that have become more expensive but some commodities a basic and we need them milk for instance mineral water yogurt that are produced
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in iran and have nothing to do with the price of the dollar those also have become more expensive why you're an economy was damaged for years by u.s. sanctions before they were lifted after the nuclear deal three years ago u.s. sanctions are about to be imposed again after donald trump withdrew from the agreement more sanctions threaten further damage to the economy and cut oil exports lifeblood while the government's been keen to blame foreign sanctions are that uranian see the problems much closer to home than a sentiment yes i think the main reason is internal mismanagement by some officials also foreign factors have been involved sanctions have had an impact surely i'm concerned about sanctions which could make the situation worse in the future what is not very good is the atmosphere of the current situation the fear of the people and uncertainty in a say will it be
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a nothing more it's more than that they're wrong assertive of the government which lets the people to be frightened of the situation what would happen five months later and what their government would do and. the confidence of the people have been has been very much here. state t.v. says peace has returned to the proto cities police deny social media reports of killings political economy and social unrest has caused government alarm in the past these protests in the southwestern region are a further cause for concern a sizable arab community there has long complained of marginalization human rights groups often reported violations during government crackdowns on any type of dissent especially was one hundred one hundred zero. a man who has previously said he would take a bullet for donald trump has hinted that he may not cooperate with any
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investigation into the us president in american t.v. interview trump's former personal lawyer michael cohen distance and self from trump and said his main loyalties are to his family and his country cohen is under investigation for possible fraud and electoral law violations he admits paying a pornstar one hundred thirty thousand dollars to keep quiet about an alleged affair with trump before he was president. the french government has admitted possible security failings after a new tourist gangster was able to use a helicopter to stage a daring broad daylight jailbreak his second in the last five years a huge manhunt is underway as nearly three thousand officers search for one frayed who was serving time for armed robberies and reports. the sound of the helicopter roaches on the prison security alarm caught on an inmate smartphone the prison staff seen running across the yard. but by this point red one feet is already on
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his way to freedom the hijacked helicopter disappearing into a clear blue sky. the french authorities have been badly embarrassed by the lapse in security the justice minister visited the prison and admitted the drones seen flying in the area recently may have been connected to the escape plan to serve only how. do we have a commander that probably started the area would train their judicial inquiry that is underway will certainly say thirty and that led to this spectacular. forty six year old fayed earned his notoriety through a string of brazen armed robberies and jewel theft in the one nine hundred ninety s. he was sentenced to thirty years in jail but released after ten and claimed to have reformed himself writing a gritty autobiography in two thousand and nine and making several t.v. appearances to promote it but a botched robbery in twenty ten led to a police shootout and the death of policewoman orally fouquet and after his first
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prison break in twenty thirteen he was designated france's most wanted man when he was recaptured fayed was facing a full twenty five years behind bars sunday's commando style jailbreak involved three armed men who hijacked a helicopter from a flight school and forced the pilot to drop them into the prison yard two of the men then set off smoke bombs and used power tools to cut their way through to a visiting room where fayed was talking to his brother the whole episode took just ten minutes the helicopter was later found in a northeastern suburb of paris nearly three thousand police officers are now assigned to the manhunt for fayed he is once again france's most wanted man paul brennan al-jazeera. come on the program all the sports including.
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cape town full time running out city of florence he said people used to own more than fifty liters of time a person per day about the third of the city's residents live in informal settlements like this one any consume about four percent of the water with the generations they've already been placing it can mean. both or as he say the city will reach daisy on the ninth of july that's when they'll turn off the water in the homes that have it and do the communal times stay on. the city's times the fed by reservoirs this is one of the largest. because al gallop four years ago they would
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rescue teams find twelve boys on a coach alive after nine days trapped inside a cave in thailand. and i'm a clown this is al jazeera live from london also coming up in the program. a seismic political shift in mexico leftist leader andrus men were lopez obrador sweeps the power of corruption and violence. a massive government.


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