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if he has reached an agreement with presidents nicolas maduro to raise a bow reports. the venezuelan government may have barred opposition leader from holding office for fifteen years on thursday but one way though continues to challenge. meeting look every time i am here with you is a defeat for that regime do you know how long they have wanted to arrest me every day that i am in the street with you is a defeat and now i have them cornered because of their arrest me that will be the last defeat because the people will continue to be in the street because we would go to the streets with more strength to execute plan freedom to keep challenging until venezuela is free and. venezuelans have been struggling with a massive economic crisis constant power outages have become the norm in many cities around the country my daughter who is backed by russia says he is the target of a u.s. led corporate lot and has accused washington and why though of sabotaging venice
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way less power grid donald trump said on wednesday that all options were open to make russia pull troops out of venezuela after two russian air force planes landed outside caracas on saturday carrying nearly one hundred russian troops. now they also warned potential buyers of venezuelan oil. you should be supporting interim president why don't you should not be supporting this regime you should not to be buying oil from this regime and giving them cash but the kremlin says the us should not interfere in venezuelan affairs. as for the united states they are present all over the world and no one tells them where to be aware not to be that is why we would like to count on mutual respect humanitarian assistance has become one of the ways the opposition has had to pressure. in january trucks loaded with aid try to enter into the country but failed on friday
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a plane carrying medicines arrived from china and the international committee of the red cross said they're ready to bring some assistance. i can announce that the international federation of the red cross and red crescent of which it's an honor to preside over will have the legal and technical conditions to work in the country so that much needed humanitarian aid can arrive obviously this doesn't resolve the problems in venezuela and no one should assume this is a complete solution. i political and economic crisis that has been exacerbated by the interference of russia and the united states in the middle are the millions who continue to struggle to survive every day. a slovakian warrior who campaigns for gay and transgender rights could become the country's first female president this isn't a couple talk on the first runs all of the presidential runoff slovak voters will
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go to the polls on saturday in the second brains well during the campaign capital of a voice support for civil partnerships and adoption by gay couples activists hope the votes will mark a turning point in one of europe's most socially conservative countries. know for years russian internet trolls use ukrainian cyberspace to test techniques they would use to influence the twenty sixteen presidential votes in the united states they appear to be turning their attention to ukraine's own election which takes place on sunday or if it were reports. russian interference in ukraine's presidential election is less a concern than an expectation according to the s.b.u. state security service it says cyber attacks have already occurred and has war gamed scenarios including attacks on government ministry websites and the central election commission media outlets are another obvious target the news channel
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broadcasts from kiev aimed at the mostly anti russian muslim ta-ta population of occupied crimea staff say there are frequent efforts to disrupt communications but it is the editor in chief himself a former russian journalist and popular blogger who seems to be a person of particular interest but the most. i knew kremlin trolls concent there apart my posts on facebook on the book my account of facebook. facebook is literally full of russian accounts which guarantees information about your crimes that the country is afraid that the change is that avarice should change it's not the first time that facebook stands accused critics say the social media network did not do enough to prevent manipulation of the twenty sixteen u.s. presidential election in a statement on ukraine facebook said we recently removed a network of facebook and instagram accounts for engaging and coordinated in
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authentic behavior as part of a network that originated in russia and operated in ukraine. not everyone agrees with the anti russian narrative some see the hand of the ukrainian state at work instead. again to make ninety percent of what people call russian influence is internal machinations of the ukrainian government cementing its position based on creating hysteria and paranoia and. sits on the foreign affairs committee in ukraine's parliament i think that russia influence is still very big both in ukraine but also in the world here in ukraine we see that they're playing gas card still also they're supporting with russian money one of the political forces one of the presidential candidate but also they are playing a big part in you by simulating some of the countries to be on their side the
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truth may be a question of perspective but the results old friendship ties severed seem impossible to reverse laura frick berg al-jazeera. french film director and an icon of the cinema industry has died at the age of ninety four and i was a key figure in the so-called french new wave with films from the one nine hundred fifty s. onwards that are believed to have influenced cinema worldwide and twenty seventeen she became the first female director to be awarded an honorary oscar.
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thank you so much messi has hit back at critics in argentina you say he doesn't make the same if it for his country as he does for his club it comes as he has returned to training with barcelona after another disappointing showing for the national team. host city rivals espanyol in the catalan darby on saturday with messi said to feature for whatever nest over there this team the player told the radio station on friday that he's firmly was affected by criticism of him messi stayed away from the argentina side of the being knocked out of the world cup a need to return last week for a three one defeat of venezuela he scored a hat trick for boss
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a two weeks ago his coach doesn't see any sign of the pressure getting to him that are killing innocent deal i see that his karma in the world of football we are sometimes put under excessive pressure and ups and downs the last game he played with us he was spectacular the goals he scored the way he played and then he lost a game with his national team happens roger casablanca have won the african super cup the match between the winners of the calf champions league and confederation cup the moroccan club scored first before the champions league winners esperance equalised but they invited but noone in there to the winner for roger for a two one win the match was played in qatar the first time the super cup was contested outside of africa ferrari have bounced back from a slow start to the formula one season with both the teams drivers topping the time charts at practice for the bahrain grand prix former world champ sebastian vettel proved fastest on friday even though he was far from seamless in the first session
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teammate charles de klerk shade slower than him overall as he had been at the first race in australia when vettel was fourth and look for. the fading miami open champion john is now is through to this year's final but he had to work hard to overcome canada's felix. seem the big serving american won this match seven six and seven six he served twenty one aces along the way this victory extends its most tiebreaker record in the tournament to an impressive nine wins from now. they may have missed starred in the world series last year but the los angeles dodgers are off to a powerful start in this year's major league baseball season jock peterson and enrique edmond is it two home and each of the dodgers defeated the arizona diamondbacks twelve five hitting eight home runs for the major league opening day record and tying the franchise record for any game at the same time. the new york
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yankees are also to a winning start with a seven two win in the baltimore orioles masahiro tanaka throwing eighty three pitches and allowing just two. everyway boxer cooper to live as been suspended by california's athletic commission of the kissing a female reporter during an interview the bulgarian was being interviewed by jennifer a volley last saturday and just started these shots were taken he kissed her on the lips of clay in the to a friend but a volatile said she'd only met the box of the day before and is taking legal action against the. former world the more lee westwood showed on friday that he still has what it takes the englishman was up against to row at the w.d.c. match championships in austin texas and he scored versus hole in one on the eleventh it wasn't enough so as hatton ultimately won the match. horseracing is back under way at california santa anita track and more than three weeks after
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it was suspended because of the deaths of twenty two horses in three months the last races have been on march third before an investigation forced the closure of the breeders cup a new one immediate change has been a reduction in dosage. of an anti bleeding medication for horses we're just two weeks away from the n.b.a. playoffs and two of the western conference elite went head to head on thursday the used the rockets got a boost with a win over the denver nuggets james harden sport thirty eight points and the rockets had a huge second quarter to win one hundred twelve eighty five. percent and only a spirit is ainge closer to a playoff berth with a narrow win over the cleveland cavaliers leading one hundred eleven one hundred ten with fourteen seconds left. school the three pointer to sink the cavs as the spurs went on to win one hundred sixteen one hundred ten. french rugby is to hold a referendum to decide whether to appoint the country's first foreign coach to lead the national team new zealand or warren gatland is hot favorite to take the role of
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the world cup but as there's never been a non infringement in charge rugby chiefs will poll all the amateur clubs in france on whether they are in favor of an outsider or not the result will be announced on april twelfth that's all we have for now more sport on the way again later. well that wraps up this news are to say with us here on al-jazeera be back after this short break with more of the late. teens and a time of change in discovery getting senate data and then. you see
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a time to forge an identity. and data back to the baby to mean your whole life landscape filling in one thousand nine hundred ninety south africa up revisits the children of apartheid seventy years on as they grow and develop with their countries fourteen up south africa part two on al-jazeera. the arab world is going through some unprecedented changes from the saudi u.a.e. led war in yemen to the conflict in syria and protests in algeria. the arab league will hold its first g. eight summit in the two newseum capital tunis after a nearly eight year absence will syria return to the league join us for up to date coverage and in-depth analyses on al-jazeera. a prominent saudi journalist committed to freedom of expression silenced in tukey by his own government in the
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most horrific way. al-jazeera weld investigates the death of jamal. which resonates to the highest levels of the saudi government with startling evidence about the disposal of his body. jamal khashoggi the silencing of a journalist on al-jazeera. the nose having the mousavi. another votes another rejection prime minister to resign may's breaks it deal is defeated a third time in the u.k. parliament promising calls for her to step down and.
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time how the markets and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up u.s. president donald trump threatens to close the border with mexico next week accusing his southern neighbor of being soft on immigration. hundreds of thousands of protesters take to the streets in algeria demanding an overhaul of the entire political establishment plus. we're just about to board a canadian air force medivac exercise operation find out next why this has become one of the deadliest peacekeeping operation in the u.s. history. the has everything gone to plan the u.k. would have left the european union by no and stance the country remains deadlocked sounds british m.p.'s rejected the government's breaks it deal for a third time the prime minister had promised to resign if it was passed but the
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withdrawal agreement failed to win enough crucial supports falling short supply fifty eight votes to resume a night has until april twelfth to come up with a new plan or face the prospect of crashing out with those who deal barker reports . the our eyes to the right two hundred eighty six the nose to the left three hundred forty four. the breaks it breaks through the pritish prime minister had staked her political career on has been defeated the country remains in confusion the speaker i think it should be a matter of profound regret to every member of this house that once again we have been unable to support leaving the european. the implications of the house's decision. britain has only two weeks to find an alternative way forward otherwise it will crash out of the e.u.
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without a deal without a plan to move the security call over the opposition labor leader said the defeat pave the way for a general election but the speaker of the house has been clear this deal now has to change the has to be an alternative found and if the prime minister can't accept that then she must go not at an indeterminate date in the future but now so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election treason may have promised to resign if a deal was passed for the gamble to win support for northern ireland's democratic unionist party the man is government remember this brics it means bracks it and this we are very clear we will be leaving the e.u. on the twenty ninth of march two thousand and nineteen is eleven pm what is. your original deadline date is hugely symbolic for the prime minister and for seventeen million people who voted for breaks it. to leave the european union all those.
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breaks it is they've gathered outside parliament on the day in which the u.k. was meant to be leaving the e.u. i ask you where is that money do you think the division inside parliament was echoed on the streets around it the countries that olds with itself. these are hard line breaks the tears of this is what they think of the e.u. . so how can britain move forward from here but it may have missed the opportunity for an orderly exit on may the twenty second but to resume a could still give her deal another go possibly even next week meanwhile in pisa hunting for a majority for an alternative to teresa mayes plan they fail to rally around a single idea so far they'll try again on monday a second referendum a general election another breaks extension anything now seems possible but british politics remains power alliance to leave barca al-jazeera westminster the
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european council president donald to scanners called for an emergency leaders' summit will tend to discuss the. reaction from brussels. well the leaders are increasingly talking about the possibility of a no deal scenario of britain's leaving the european union without a deal is something that's been mentioned by many top e.u. officials including the use cheap exit negotiator michel barnier there's certainly a growing sense of frustration amongst officials that this bridge that process is taking so long that it is deadlocked and that sense of frustration has been fuelled by the events in the british parliament today in which u.k. m.p.'s decided not to support the withdrawal agreement well that decision was met by great disappointment amongst the u. officials we heard from the e.u. commission spokes person saying it was with deep regret that they you saw what was
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happening in terms of what happens next of course we have very poor tense as the next day to look out for because that is the day that the e.u. council president donald tusk has set for an e.u. summit to resume a the british prime minister has been invited to that summit she's been told that she must come with some sort of plan for britain to move forward if there is no plan e.u. officials have made it very clear that on april the twelfth the britain will leave the european union without a deal that's something that the leaders and officials have always said they would like to avoid they would prefer the person left in an orderly fashion but as the days pass that is looking more and more difficult for u.s. president donald trump insists he's not playing games after renewing his threat to close the border with mexico he's voted to go ahead with it of mexico doesn't stop people from crossing into the u.s. illegally mike hanna reports from washington d.c.
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. in recent weeks port officials have been repeatedly arguing that they simply do not have the facilities to cope with the influx of immigrants across the border they say there are not enough officers there and they simply do not have enough accommodation for the numbers that are coming across this obviously playing on president trump's mind eating to his angry outbursts in the course of the day. president trump arrives to view a rehabilitation project at a lake in florida but it's not the dwindling water level or this dam wall that's foremost on his mind rather his fury with what he describes as mexico's reluctance to prevent immigration across the southern border so mexico is tough they can stop them but they chose not to now they're going to stop them and if they don't stop them with closing the border they will close their work we'll keep a close for a long time i'm not playing games mexico has to stuff it this repeating what he
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said in earlier tweets if mexico doesn't immediately stop all illegal immigration coming into the united states through our southern border emitting the h. in his anger i will be closing the border or large sections of the border next week . it's a threat the president made back in december but never carried it through however his latest comments follow warnings from the department of homeland security that its resources have become strained and border officials say more people are expected to be apprehended at the border this march than in any month in more than a decade the consequences of closure would be severe impacting on two way trade that is worth more than six hundred billion dollars a year and fueling president trumps fire his homeland secretary kirsten nielsen issued a press statement later on in the day saying that the situation at the border was
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in freefall very strong words from the homeland secretary and words that the president is likely to seize on in the days ahead. a republican live from tijuana a city in mexico kool stu the u.s. border animal her people reacting to this news where you are. one of the first reactions that we heard was from. mexico's foreign minister who took to twitter to say that mexico does not act on threats adding that mexico is a good neighbor to the united states germs of reaction from people for the most part mexicans do not hang on every statement or hang on every tweet made by president trump but it is worth noting that the mexican government has already acted and put in place policies at the directive of the united states policies that at times contradict policies that mexico has had for years that exist to protect migrants and guarantee the rights of migrants policies that are aimed at
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containment of migrants trying to make it across the country and into mexico and another policy specifically which is the so-called remain in mexico policy the program that requires central american asylum seekers to wait in mexico while their process while their asylum claims are processed in the united states this is a departure from decades of asylum policies that would otherwise allow central american asylum seekers to wait in the united states for their court cases to be called president trump is calling for what president trump is saying now lacks specificity that for the most part overwhelmingly what we hear from immigration experts is that without addressing the root causes of migration which are poverty political instability and extremely high levels of violence in countries like honduras el salvador guatemala these countries that are known as the northern triangle of central america there is no stemming the flow of these migrant caravans that we've been seeing take place of the course of the last year so it's interesting to know specifically what it is that president wants mexico to do to
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stem the flow of migration minor appollo speaking to us from tijuana thanks very much for bringing us up. that hundreds of thousands of people have crowded inside all g.o.d.'s capital in the biggest and see government's protests so far demonstrators are demanding an overhaul of the entire political system or know from charles stratford's. the six week of peaceful protests in algeria of so far no change in government but many algerians feel they have never been closer to twenty years is enough so get out l.j. area has many candidates who are competent to take the job so why would the regime stifle them in their own country are you this there's a breath of fresh air algeria doesn't deserve this we deserve to live in peace not only let you know that i'm here to confirm the people's demands they have to listen to us. earlier this week the army back to the calls to president uphill is eased
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with a flicker to stare down. the ruling party its coalition partner and algeria's biggest union have joined the calls for beautifully could to go the national lawyers union reemphasize its demand that the eighty two year old president must leave office. he has been allotted we reiterate our support for the peaceful popular movement which calls for a change in the system of governance the creation of a new republic that respects the southern tier of the people and the principle of the law of the union calls for a positive response to the demands of the people within whom sovereign power resides. local media reported millions of people came out to demonstrate in towns and cities across the country this is the town of g. jail in the east. and it was a similar scene in misc done in west.


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