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isn't shepherds lived off his land. but such a traditional way of life is under increasing threat. al jazeera world travels to the jordan valley where illegal settlements are expanding and the israeli military cordons off more of the land. what will become of the palestinian families and does the palestinian authority have any power to have shepherds of the jordan valley on al-jazeera and monday ported world 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 for the for the dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their countries haven't truly been able to escape the war. as europe's public opinion shifted
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polls to slavery as abolition allowed to care for yours where human exploitation took on new homes as a whole slate that became the hidden face of europe's industrial revolution the full history of slavery is not the black history and it's not just the history of white colonization but the history of human inequality it is the legacy for all of us the slaveries new frontiers part three of slavery the words on al-jazeera left. when people need to be heard. but there has been for a few jomo soldier's life it's not the no more live show and the story needs to be told to do stories that have been passed all suspect i testify in the fall of law to make sure that the bad guys are both behind that al-jazeera has teams on the ground to bring new documentaries and live news on air and online.
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hello again adrian from going to here in doha with the top stories and al-jazeera the saudi and emirate he led coalition fighting in yemen has admitted that it made mistakes in an airstrike on a school bus last month forty children were among fifty one people killed in the attack inside a province. the united states is canceling three hundred million dollars in aid to pakistan because it says the country is providing a safe haven for armed groups pakistan denies that it's giving taliban linked fighters in afghanistan a place to regroup the launching offensive. brunell's reports from washington a pentagon spokesman cited lack of pakistani decisive action against two groups that the united states would like islam about to crack down on hard one of them is
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the kani network which the united states says operates out of safe havens on pakistani soil and is an armed group that attacks both u.s. and coalition soldiers in afghanistan as well as civilian targets in afghanistan the other group is called. and that is a group also affiliated with pakistan which is fighting against indian rule over the disputed north province of kashmir so while the spokesman lieutenant colonel kone faulkner says the pentagon continues to press pakistan to indiscriminately target all terrorist groups the united states is dissatisfied with pakistani progress in this area and in fact president trump himself earlier this year complained that years and years of u.s. support both diplomatic and financial to pakistan had been
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repaid with in his words only deceit and lies that been loud blasts near the meza and base close to syria's capital damascus. but a tree commanders initially said that israeli airstrikes coolest an explosion but syrian state media contradicted this saying that an electrical fault would lead to a blast but i mean it's dumb. america's political elites attended the funeral of john mccain who died last week at the age of eighty one leaders from across the political divide remembered the late arizona sun as a prisoner of war he'll be buried on sunday. that's perhaps why we honor him best by recognizing that there are some things bigger than party or ambition or money or fame or power but there are some things that are worse risking
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everything for principles that are eternal truths or abiding. that is best. showed us what that means the united states italy france and the u.k. are condemning a surge in violence around libya's capital tripoli at least forty people have been killed more than one hundred injured in several days of fighting between rival factions most of the casualties of civilians gun battles and shelling have damaged areas around the airport. there's been another evening of rival rallies in the eastern german city of candidates far right and left wing supporters turned out following the arrest of two asylum seekers suspected of killing a german man last sunday more than eight hundred police officers were deployed to keep the groups apart this is at first for us which might equally a muslim funguses them boys endorsement this is something even my colleagues abroad
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are asking me what is happening in germany i'm glad there are so many upright democrats who showed the true kalus in kemet to make clear that the last majority of germans want to live in an open and tolerant society those that stand out are a minority who shout louder than we would like but the chorus of decent people has to become louder than before. the kremlin says the talks to resolve the conflict in eastern ukraine and now impossible after the killing of a russia backed separatist leader alexander who died in a bomb blast at a cafe in donetsk on friday. those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after sent from heaven next.
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for as long as i can remember has been part of my life. the scent of this rare and special would was present at home and the neighbors and in the mosque. nothing gives me a feeling gotten a study like this made up of good. but looking we need this in this instance what a community would need both dark and beautiful. the center of all that is part of life not just in qatar what i know but in most of that i've been been insular. more or does believe than anywhere else in the world.
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we call this or it's also called. the song cultures it comes mainly from india and southeast asia. yeah. to you it might be weird to me. straightly good because i'm used to it since i can't remember it's like you typed there would have been a nice perfume you describe the smell happiness yes it's so deep in my subconscious when i use it now it
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makes me feel better oh yeah yeah. yeah yeah everyone has their own associations with. but above all it's a community. to a conversion is penetrance are. pushing. us into this. and this really built the english. down here top of the. water. the better. off a lot more of those. who don't live under the more you any less than a little movie with a can with another could walk. through that indeed with me it was. almost akin to that i was going to google for the cost of. our souls here. yet in recent years that's today has been changing.
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these wooden ships have become incredibly expensive and each year the high quality learned with george will be there for ever one little girl the girl becomes harder to climb. oh yeah. this is now your curfew is in don't sue. says who would becoming rarer and rarer. i would say you know what i have to offer. so i don't want to come. i'm doing it in. a. while other. you know some of us that he doesn't want us out of. most. and the sheriff felt that but of. so basically all of this is below the average good old. watch me and this
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is below shilpa but anyway i will smell that. maybe i would like it. part of the mystery of food is that it never smells the same twice its strength and quality depends on the concentration of oil in the wood but in the end it's all down to personal taste or not but but either way the indian stuff is not for me. i'm used to the. reason this is more intense and fruity the other one is more fresh and the other one with the type i like your little is a little. of the module one can judge me so even if you ask for their best stuff they will not give it to right away you will have to try what they have first they will try to sell you what they have on disability you don't get it they try to sell you from their bags that they have. you don't like it
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they go inside and drink maybe other backs with better stuff. i guess we'll see. good how the cambodian. brother comes out and kill. us in. one hundred twenty thousand three hours is there to four thousand dollars which beard kito is the current price of gold yeah this is much better. what's amazing about this. too is definitely stay in your clothes for days. how about the price is too much and they can't afford that. someone who's been selling goods for decades is mohamed a limb here in this tool this to me is there is about one point five million
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dollars quarterly that people hope but choose their own and they listen to what they listen toward you see. i can judge from listening. without seeing if i if i move that one don't wonder from cyber monday you will hear a different tune. it's about how heavy. ok this is one thing has been the way some people don't people they will cut it by . now and they will test ok it's too much better than this is a good quantity how come the price trouble a few years and the demand in the market and the whole market people are using deplore even though i never saw in the gulf countries they use it when they use it more. why is it more like i don't know your use of i was at all everybody is using
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. it was very sincere and the price of all that made me sit up and stop taking it for granted when i looked into it i found that the tree in the wild is very gentle extinction in many countries. in a vicious circle the road gets the more desirable it becomes driving up prices and creating a dangerous black market there are now people getting killed in the hunt for food. that's why i thought. maybe i should try and. find out more is it going to end in my lifetime or my part of the problem i need to find out. again. i want to trace through the comics and users to its source in the first. demand has been growing in both east and west and my first stop is london where i
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was recently studied. in london i discovered more dimensions of old. owed is a very hot fragrance so whenever i wear it it makes me feel warm. thick layer of cotton and warm absorb the smell and keep it for a long time. one of them is a moment i remember walking to this university and the cold wind had swung a cloth then the center rise up. i definitely enjoyed here much more than i joined it back home. for some years lucky mcgrath's should turn a garden conservation international has been working on preserving the trees that produce wood he takes me to the head burial in q gardens to show me how good or egg or wood is create so this is tree yes so basically there is
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two general which is a green area and giving ups which are the main. groups of plants that produce egg or water when a tree is one that. has open bark whatever by water it can be insects it can be maybe a storm can be many different things so then it provides an entry for microorganisms fungi is the counter-reaction of the tree used to produce the resin and it's this resin that then shows in these black sports the sad truth is that the tree only becomes valuable when it's infected and generating antibodies in the form of a goat it is quite a rare occurrence naturally so the one one in ten trees as i said before is sort of usually shows signs of a good production while the other. plants in the same population may not
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necessarily have and that's why it's a very rare a very rare resource where when you are in the field this is very difficult to see whether a tree has produced a good wood or not so that's one of the reasons why they are often indiscriminately felt just to see whether they have it or not and this is one of the reasons why the species have become so threatened these days. the trees have been put on the list of the convention on international trade in endangered species or sites in some countries this has led to a ban on harvesting and then there is to needing a society certificate for export proven there would come from a sustainable source. commercial plantations have also been established and yet in the wild the trees population continues to decline. so as a consumer who are only uses while i got
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a board do you think i am part of the problem. yes of course unless it's sustainably sourced and respect sort of his within the export quotas of the different countries and less also the site is regulations or abided by then yes then you are part of the problem. one of the things i have to find out is whether my wood is harvested sustainably or not but the demand for the wood far outstrip supply. in the last decade there's been a lot of interest in the west for old boy that you or you pulled in a little can be overpowering to those not used to it. yet in small proportions it's a versatile ingredient as western perfume was has been realizing of the last decade . nearly all the major brands now have been in this election was but in how to sell on the farm there is
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a french company hurriyat that was working with long before it became fashionable one of our must. try. to hit you. how much is this one hundred ninety four. and little sopranos how small a ship you need. to be but we keep this in. many beautiful place and i want to show it to. custom one producers who can appreciate this beautiful and how much this bottle cost to house and two hundred fifty millimeters. is an amazing.
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because it's something new to the western world sometimes the reaction can be overwhelming maybe it's something that is not familiar for them but as they come second time to try it they all fell you know so you need one two times to smell it and you will want to. sell our love of. caves. the regime have been developing good perfumes for around thirty years but this is the first time they've all been the booty for the public. or is daughter and ali's is also a perfume yeah i remember when i was a child with my sister and we were all discovering the different moves and surprise of course because at first you can be surprised but it got very trendy in there and yes what do you think of when i look at this rhythm with hilton's my new me that's silly everybody discovered the beauty of this components for the other forest of
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the trend the now is creating your eden up so do you think they're in this coming so not now all the while the other prancer doing such i cannot really tell that's in my opinion. remaining in the natural cannot go this is the largest appreciation i asked for the last production so if we speak about natural wood of course there's an it's there's really means. after smelling very just perfumes i want to meet them and behind them that means trouble into the south of france to the town across the perfume capital of the lord. grass and the title thanks to the fragrant flowers that have growing in the area of our center and. the jasmine that goes into an intimate life this picture from the spirit. in. that town even has its own school of performing and
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i attend the lesson given by the next guy but i've been this french expert for noise as they are called who has booked to go there since by your own gun ban and others. he gets his students to sample old orders from different countries. and. india is good what you're doing yeah yeah we're. here. copies and. you're always missed something. natural as a person could be sweet little sweet little fruity and then you say ok. maybe some food we do something with you with what would. you know.
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well back now we're ready to write you good see what ever it has been one man who's been working on a certain natural good smell for decades is or asia it is in this house where everything is done from perfect creation to distribution but i want to say it's not an easy product. it's a very spirit very very delicate product we need years of sensibility to do uses wonderful product inside our occidental perfumes and to reach to reach the sensibility of the customer else the ladies and gents who'd who'd like it it's an invisible communication of love between a product and the people you see is i don't know if i explain myself here but it's very insulting so you see you're saying two q and you are bow to the sixty's yet it
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took twenty years to make it oh yes twenty twenty five years due to start to start mixing it in different problems and how many failure we have passed through our beef until we reach. you know it's it's not an easy product you put a rose in order. the smell immediately is wonderful three if you say oh it's a rose and. one month later two months later you spread it rose and as disappear would is a very powerful product and so it's hard to mix it with something yes and you have to be patient with me would you have to be patient like a beautiful lady you have to be very patient and wood is also the same as a symbol because yeah already gives me a sniff of the oil at the base of his or her field this is pure ode or a few type of wood mixed together or what is it exactly it is
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a different mixed of movement because i want to reach the smell of the woods that was available twenty years ago yeah you see so i was the from the train because that was available twenty thirty years ago and i believe i believe. the difference station you know the forest real food they are all there all the cut so there would we have today is not the same as before it was more animal so there was a more strong stronger animal smell the same old food it was very sick it was so wild so wild so sick so anybody you know and and today it is more swedes you know most of it. like a beautiful skin of a lady for instance you see that it so happy you're saying who used to be wild and now it's tame. and now it's team yes yes you know.
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the high quality on the movie seems to be fading into the must. but my disaster has taken me to their website oh they've got a word consulting and the man behind it who lives in it across. mojave consol to the best food on the planet how did you know about. i was introduced to it when my father and my most were working for king for it not good as is of so would you rather when i was fourteen years old the king i gave some as a present to my father for his job and. i kept it. to two. small pieces by small business and then i was in love with this go with what is your profession. my profession and i go with. the other parts i work for are some special interest just amount i would say to look for some very high
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grade i guess i would. as the sun goes down and shows me some of these whales. i brought you a few. projects a few simple from different quality to from various teams this one is the last piece that they kept from the king my last bits from the king. and with this one no it's. sentimental yeah. but so this is sinking grades from indonesia it is called the sinking grade because it's sinking into what term because of the oil come to and there's lot of corn on it's so this is supposed to be the best and it's not supposed it's the best grade off i got would it's smell a bit like. my grass like mushroom also i learned has a different way of been good but it's
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a make up plates. japanese people use it to so the heat will not be too. too high. and it helps to brown the wood properly and slowly there's more nuances. yeah smell like cross you know actually it's. it's really nice i mean. and that's made gold so i can beat like that yeah and one seems to have the same knowledge and passion for food as a simile it does for one. but he's not finished with me so this is the best yeah i've got to ask the best but beyond the best there's something for me there's something ok and make sure there are a bit beyond old way beyond the best there's something mature at around that we called tina it's the rarest wood on the house it's it's rare around and. you know and you know platini a rare on that and i am
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a. and we call it kinnaman it's i have one small canine here it's not small actually because it's nearly impossible to find nowadays this one is kind of touching. i've never been lucky enough to smell it but kena has the most prized aroma of all good. this is a land's biggest find for a customer saw sixteen kilos of six hundred deal or do with it took him five years to find and it went on six for a staggering twenty million dollars the price of the king is really skyrocketing it's like. can be for one gram ten thousand u.s. dollars or one gram. in chung either way they sold a piece toure three years ago it was eighteen million dollars.
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for two kilo of cocaine and eight so it's like nine one million per kilo. it's amazing that. in a week ireland will be back on the hunt in southeast asia and we agreed to meet again there as it is also a time for me to frame my first visit to the countries that go through it. and hopefully point that actually in the water. desperate for a better life millions of people have sought refuge in europe sometimes their dreams of sanctuary are realized but sometimes disenchantment drive them home. in the second of two films on these contrasting experiences people and power meets the returning migrants now determined to discourage others from following the same power. to gambia back home on al-jazeera. the
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latest news as it breaks these thirty american to holding on to this rope as they watch the bugs for about an hour knockoff in that direction with detail coverage left in america never before seen such as factoring in number of refugees living in one country from around the world the project raised questions right from its very start that this entrance cost two hundred thousand dollars to build. one of the best health care systems in the world my love is in their hands and trust with local doctors as the gatekeepers we have really good concepts you can never keep all the wild makes you a better doctor but as the population ages what challenges does the u.k.'s national health service face there's a big problem in all people in the interim a practice in drives because of the stress of paperwork and juice financing the u.k.'s frontline on the people's health on al-jazeera.
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hello again everyone so we're going to hear in the top stories on al-jazeera the saudi emirate he led coalition fighting in yemen has admitted that it made mistakes in an airstrike on a school bus last month forty children were among fifty one people killed in the attack inside a province the coalition says that those responsible will be held accountable. the united states is canceling three hundred million dollars in aid to pakistan because it says the country is providing a safe haven for armed groups pakistan denies that it's giving taliban linked fighters in afghanistan a place to regroup after launching offensives loud blasts have been heard near the meza airbase close to syria's capital damascus. military
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commanders initially said that is radio and strikes caused an explosion but syrian state media contradicted this saying that an electrical fault led to a blast at a minister and stump america's political elite attended the funeral of john mccain who died last week at the age of eighty one leaders from across the political divide remembered the late arizona senator and vietnam prisoner of war he'll be buried on sunday. that's perhaps why we honor him best by recognizing that there are some things bigger than party or ambition or money or fame or power there are some things that are worse risking everything for principles that are eternal truths or abiding it is best.
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showed us what that means that with other rival rallies in the east and german city of candidates on saturday far right and left wing supporters to following the arrests of two asylum seekers suspected of killing a german man last sunday more than eight hundred police officers from around the country we deployed to keep the groups apart. the kremlin says the talks to resolve the conflict in eastern ukraine and now impossible after the killing of a russian backed separatist leader alexander. who died in a bomb blast of the cafe in donetsk on friday he was the leader of the self-proclaimed don't yet see people's republic will be back with a new twenty five minutes from now let's get you back to sent from heaven. at night in a stall camps have burned somali moms patrolled streets police ski and not want to hide out for lack of. a tired of gang violence they use the maternal approach to prevent crime. at a
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