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huge protests and the level of violence and seen in years ceiling chang is one of the thousands of mothers who staged a protest and filed a petition in support of the youth movement carrie alam claim to herself to be the mother of hong kong people who behave like a movie children and don't know what's best for them and she was there to help us this is our future our right of freedom of expression of assembly all these. are guaranteed by the basic law most protests are planned online where security logistics fund raising and exit routes can be decided without anyone having to meet in person across hong kong ordinary lives have been transformed by a wave of solidarity protesters tell us the 2014 embroil a movement provided a lot of lessons because it led to imprisonment and factions now they've adopted
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a new wave of dissent a leaderless movement they say is harder for the government to pin down. hong kong is widely seen as the place of constant change and innovation and is one of the world's most visited cities. and many here want to make sure none of that's lost protesters here have adopted a slogan of the late famous martial arts star bruce lee the water my friend the sea like water they'll be fluid and adaptable and accept that what do you see is a fight for fundamental freedoms will be a long term struggle to. hong kong. hundreds of rallied in new york calling for justice over the death of eric garner ronnie marks 5 years since the 43 year old black man died after police placed him in a choke hold on tuesday federal prosecutors announced they would not charge the
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officers involved in the incident garner was accused of selling single cigarettes outside a store on staten island when officers tried to arrest in his death sparked the black lives matter movement. a british iranian aid worker jailed in terror on has been transferred from prison to a hospital psychiatric ward not the gari rachleff family so she's under the control of iran's revolutionary guard family members say they've been denied access to see her despite waiting for several hours nazneen was sentenced to 5 years in prison on spying charges of being arrested at tehran airports in 2016 last month she went on a 2 week hunger strike. a new york judge has sentenced the mexican drug trafficker working guzman to life in prison plus 30 years guzman known by his nickname el chapo it was found guilty on 10 federal counts in a u.s. courts in february now he's expected to be sent to america's highest security
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prison christine salumi reports from new york. where to jail the world's biggest drug trafficker who already escaped from high security prisons not once but twice in his native mexico the answer is a prison simply known as 80 x. the most secure and secretive detention center in america this is where joaquin el chapo guzman will spend the rest of his life and this is as close as outsiders can get to 80 x. located in a rural part of colorado at the base of the rocky mountains built in 1904 the prison can hold up to 500 inmates guzman will have no interaction with other detainees everyone here is kept in individual cells for 23 hours a day not much else is known about 80 acts because only a few visitors are ever allowed inside journalists don't get in guzman will probably never get out and no one's ever xscape from that facility. it's
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pretty much underground it's been described to some people scrub as a black hole but there is a very mean almost 99.999 chance he'll skate from a facility like that gerard bryant criminal justice expert says while all inmates at 80 acts are kept in solitary confinement it's particularly important for guzman someone like el chapo. profile. you know there may be some other inmate who might you know think he can make a name for himself by doing some arm to him 80 x. houses the most infamous convicted criminals and terrorists in america like ted kaczynski known as the unabomber zacharias moussaoui a $911.00 conspirator and ramzi yousef the mastermind of the $993.00 world trade center bombing during his sentencing guzman complained about being confined by
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himself for 24 hours a day calling it psychological torture but is can. plaints did not move the judge who sentenced him to life behind bars plus 30 years and ordered him to forfeit $12600000000.00 in assets as one prosecutor said after guzman's trial ended the world's most notorious drug kingpin now faces the rest of his life behind bars no chance of escape and no return kristen salumi al-jazeera new york where i still ahead. the new wimbledon champion gets a hero's reception in a country full details and. business updates brought to you by qatar airways going places together.
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i. know again one of the world's most famous fear to festivals see is underway in the french city of often you'll europe's a refugee crisis is a major theme this year and a former french president makes a surprise cameo. reports. a 14th century pope's palace dominates the southern french city of avignon and provides a spectacular backdrop for one of the world's oldest and most prestigious theatre festivals. with nearly 2000 performances and events it's a feast for theatre lovers was for surveillance a delicate and i love this best of all of the time that i've come it's an amazing atmosphere people talk to each other in the capitals and the lives of the school members but what we love above all are the street performances you get lost in the
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streets when nothing is planned. to festivals director says he chose to focus on the theme of exile and refugees in the festival is not just a big list of beautiful shows itself so a place. where. try to think the world we're living in and so the different he cries is also a big issue for europe so we in this festival this year we talked about europe and with. celine pernelle turned her experience as a volunteer working with migrants in the so-called jungle camp in cali into a play that condemns french police brutality and celebrates solidarity to dunedin and this daughter tiffany i wanted to give migrants identities names to people who have families who've taken terrible journeys and when you meet people face to face it changes the way you think. the the festivals focus on exile and refugees has inspired
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a number of plays about europe that examine issues such as identity immigration and rising nationalism including one play with a special cameo appearance by former french president i can for those in office at the height of europe's refugee crisis and 2015 in the west but. a border isn't a dream a border can either scare you or reassure you the ability of this decades old festival in an ancient city to tackle contemporary issues and in thrall audiences is a key to its enduring success natasha butler al jazeera adding to your. sport now here's farah. felicity thank you so much cos final major of the year the open championship gets underway on thursday a royal portrush course in northern ireland hasn't hosted the event since $951.00 but for one of the favorites the venue holds some more recent happy memories reports the oldest major in golf back in northern ireland for the 1st time in 68
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years. it's a homecoming of sorts for former open champion rory mcilroy 14 years ago then 16 year old mcelroy carded the lowest round ever seen it will pull russia 61 at the 2005 north of aman championship if the current world number 3 can produce something similar this week he may well be celebrating a 1st major in 5 years it's a major that you grew up watching that you know. you know i watched nick faldo when it you know and then tiger came on the scene and i watched him and then you watched darren went and then a few years on i went to. you know it's had a lot of really great winners and great moments and you know i'm proud that i've had my moments of this championship tiger woods how to enjoy an 11 year gap between major wins but the current model says champion says just being able to compete again is his focus the biggest changes you know for me is that it's it's
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exciting to be able to come back and play championship golf again i didn't think i could and to build to do it again and then come as close as i've come in major championships and have not won one. space and you know that much more special despite his lack of match practice woods along with the world number 2 dustin johnson will be among the favorites to win the open will current well number one brooks kept no reason to show up as to when. that's what i'm trying to do i think here it's incredible but the same time it's been quite disappointing you know tradition 2nd starts with these bodybuilders physique kepcher is the very image of the modern goal for contrast with max full the champion the last time the event was held at portrush the briton won $300.00 pounds along with the clever joerg back in $151.00 the winner in $29.00 teams will get the same job but
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a slightly bigger carrick of $1934000.00 roll pathmark 001 of the heroes of england's cricket world cup winning campaign is set to be rewarded with 8 has stayed you opening batsman jason roy has been selected in england squad for their one off test with ireland which starts next wednesday or smashed one century and 4 fifties in a world cup just butler and ben stokes have been rested for the match with the ashes starting on august 1st following pakistan's failure to reach the world cup semifinals. will step down as their chief selector when his contract ends in july and he was appointed in 2006 during his chanter poxon won the champions trophy he also won the world cup as a player and 1902 you may argue who continue need good match up i don't want to continue this job i did it for more than 3 years i passed my time very well i'm
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satisfied with my job so now i've decided that fresh people should come in with fresh ideas and take pakistan cricket forward. nigeria beeton is the 3rd place play off of the africa cup of nations the super eagles winning its one nil odia gallo getting the winner in just the 3rd minute the final of the tournaments is on friday between algeria and senegal. north and south korea had been drawn together in the same qualifying group for the 2022 world cup in qatar the draw took place in poland part was overseen by australia's all time leading goalscorer tim cahill 40 teams are involved the qualifying tournament begins in september and for some countries will go on until june 2022. we are. going to play. 2 games against north korea in the same way that we are going to be 2 games against the rest of the teams indignant and. right. to win.
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80 games that we are going to play spanish side athletico madrid has completed the signing of england right back here and trip here from tottenham the 28 year old how the spurs reached the final of the champions league for the 1st time in their history but lost to liverpool was also part of the england squad which reached the semifinals of the 2018 world cup. a new wimbledon champion small how been given a hero's reception in her home country romania. fans descended on the national stadium in bucharest to celebrate her triumph beat serena williams in the final on saturday she now has 2 grand slam titles making her romania's most successful tennis player after. and that is all your sport for now it's now back to full a c. and london thanks so much for paths to spot it for me on the london team but i get
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far away we're back with more news for you in a couple of minutes i'll see that thanks for watching. it's 50 years since the world watched as u.s. astronauts lost set off on a mission many adults impossible or whatever then marveled as they made those 1st uncertain steps. are. join us as we look at the ingenuity and those who made the journey of a 111 possible. the moon landing 50 years on and al
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jazeera news special. education is struggling to keep pace often failing to prepare children for today's world. but some schools are changing the rules there are kids who have hope that they can eat and how to give each of them with but still mission results last july. they have it both are in. rebel education early learning mexico on al-jazeera. on. the. water an essential resource for all humankind across europe pressure to recognise water as a human right and put its management back into public hands is increasing i think
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that the european commission would be very very clear that this was a privatisation on anybody it's the only field. those people who see ever to do something to invest a profit of they want are up to the last drop on al-jazeera. the w.h.o. classifies the d.l.c. ebola outbreak an international health emergency scribed to a major city on the wound and border. out of their office to guard you're watching al-jazeera life from london also coming up a turkish diplomat is shop there to add another consulate official wounded in an attack in a restaurant in northern iraq. puerto rico's governor says he's staying despite
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violent protests calling for his resignation. the high security top secret prison where the convicted mexican drug trafficker joaquin guzman will spend the rest of his life. hello the world health organization has declared the latest outbreak in africa a public health emergency of international concern that is the highest possible emergency response but was made just days after the bara spread to the city of goma a major regional hub of the aussies border with catherine sawyer reports from nairobi. after hours of deliberations by the imagine sea committee of the world health organization over the status of the border in the democratic republic of congo members have decided it is a vigorous international response the rational is to bed to cope. with
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volatile characteristics of this outbreak the strategy is not to be changed we need to intensify the actions also to become more proactive. the meeting was called off top preacher where travelled to the temple about 200 kilometers north of the city of goma to pray for the sick tested positive on his arrival back he died earlier this week. at the border between goma and rhonda health workers taking no chances rhonda has already told citizens to avoid travelling to goma. the w.h.o. committee has had all warned against closing borders and district intreat. government officials say many of those who came in contact with the preacher have been vaccinated and it's unlikely ebola will spread farther but there are still concerns is
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a key city. can't afford to be afraid because if i'm afraid of carrying someone i'll get no clients means no money so what shall i eat. will we do now shall we lock our children in the house because of this a bowl or i'm very worried. more than a 1000000 people leave here and sitting at the teapot lake it's easy to travel to other countries in the region as well as other parts of the jassi. vaccinations in affected areas have intensified this is benny in north kivu province where there is concern that more people are getting sick there's also concern about the disease spreading to uganda health workers in south west uganda are vaccinating people who could have come in contact with the congolese woman who visited the bees in ponder market to trade a few days ago she died of a boiler when she returned home the government says she did not cross a formal border point where she'd of been screened. this is the same region where
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a child tested positive for a boiler last month after his mother took him back to d'arcy to bury his father the child and later died adding to a death toll of more than 1600 in the past year catherine song al-jazeera nairobi. turkey's deputy consul general has been shot dead in the northern iraqi city of erbil at least one other person was reportedly killed in the attack which happened in a restaurant where the diplomat was dining a summer been reports from baghdad. it was just another meal at this local restaurant and they were below the capital of iraq's northern kurdish region but soon after a turkish diplomat and his colleague sat down a gunman entered and opened fire goodish intelligence sources believe multiple attackers were involved but only one carried out the killings the turkish deputy
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consul general was shot at point blank range and died instantly so far no one has claimed responsibility iraq's foreign ministry has condemned the incident and kurdish authorities have launched an investigation the turkish president we did after the killing i condemn the heinous attack against our consular staff and their real i wish god's mercy for our personnel who were martyred we are continuing our initiatives with the local and iraqi authorities to find the perpetrators as soon as possible the turkish foreign minister says turkey is ready to assist. us according to information we gathered a turkish diplomat stationed in our consulate was attacked by 3 people while she was eating lunch in a restaurant a colleague passed away make god have mercy on his soul. with borders extending to syria turkey and iran northern iraq has remained a complicated international battle ground in the eastern part iranian forces have been targeting and iran kurdish fighters while turkey has also been targeting
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kurdish separatists in northern iraq the kurdistan workers' party has denied responsibility after speculation in turkish media since isis defeated security has been relaxed in iraq's kurdish region many aid organizations run their operations from a real because the northern city is viewed as relatively secure but this attack on the turkish diplomatic team go through the fragility of security in iraq. baghdad. turkey has criticized the u.s. for removing it from the f. 35 fighter jet program saying it's unfair not based on a legitimate reason the move had been long threatened and expected after began accepting to every often advance russian missile defense system last week the 1st parts of the s 400 air defense system were flown to the mercer head military air base near ankara on friday washington had tried for months to stop turkey's deal with russia iran's foreign minister says he believes european powers do want to
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preserve the 2015 nuclear deal but how much of a jury for accuses the united states of having too much influence he says u.s. travel restrictions on a rainy and diplomats are inhuman james bays has more from the united nations in new york. iran's foreign minister is a frequent visitor to the u.n. mohammed job but zarif uses it as a venue to make his country's case and the world stage and as the u.n. headquarters is in new york to appear prominently on the u.s. 1000000 networks the unlawful extraterritorial economic sanctions imposed on iran by day united states in violation of security council resolution 2231 represent the greatest threat to the achievement of sustainable development goals up iran and many of our names this visit to new york a city where as a reef lived when he previously served as iran's ambassador to the u.n. is very different his past what his movements are restricted to 3 places u.n.
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headquarters the ambassador's residence where he's staying and the iranian mission to the u.n. this is unprecedented and as the document from the u.s. stipulates it's been extended to all iranian diplomats permanently based in new york they can visit the mission u.n. headquarters in a 6 block area in long island city where the iranians have accommodation it is certainly not a friendly action where it puts the members of the mission and their families in under. basically inhuman conditions but for me it's fine because i don't have any work anywhere other than the t. buildings which i'm restricting these are the tightest restrictions on representatives of any country in the history of the united nations diplomats from syria and north korea by comparison aren't allowed to travel more than 25 miles
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outside new york city and the new measures may have angered the iranians but it's not stop them getting their message across or that foreign minister zarif has invited the u.s. media outlets to his residence to conduct interviews james fraser and algis in the united nations be free to stop at the. in miramar have condemned u.s. sanctions imposed on the country's military leaders over the wrecking crisis sanctions target me and miles commander in chief and several other senior officers sit in response to the mass killing of a hint of muslims in 2017 hundreds of thousands of others were forced to flee to neighboring bangladesh or shinton says meehan miles government hasn't taken action against those responsible for human rights abuses a delegation of the international criminal court is now in bangladesh to discuss the rangar issue. sudan could finally be on the path to a new form of government a long awaited political deal has been signed between the military council and
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protest leaders of the months of division and demonstrations they've agreed to form a power sharing body that many hope will eventually lead to civilian rule here morgan has more from addis ababa. it's taken many long days of negotiations to reach this moment more than 3 months after ousting armadale bashir sudan's president of nearly 30 years the ruling military council and the opposition coalition sign a deal that's supposed to begin sudan's transition to democracy then. the transitional military council has reach an agreement with the freedom and change forces you have witnessed the signing of the document it is a huge achievement representing a step towards an all inclusive agreement among all the forces in sudan it ushers in a new era and paves the way for the upcoming steps of the console the dacian and celebration and reinstatement of the constitutional document for the transitional period it's a glorious moment big reman stipulates that each side will have 5 representatives
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in the sovereign council with an 11th member to be agreed on by both sides. it is with pleasure on this morning to bring the good news to the sudanese people that we have signed the political document between the transitional military council and the freedom and change alliance it is historic moment in the history of the sudanese people and their journey of struggle it's a new era of partnership between the brave armed forces and their partners in the freedom and change alliance and the sudanese people in this document is the fruit of the efforts of the people and us as well we honor the fallen martyrs the bereaved mothers and the youth the fuel of this revolution. the revolution started in december with anti-government protests and turned into pro-democracy sit in at the army headquarters in april that came to an end when the military raided it in early june killing at least $100.00 protesters the greenman signed on wednesday still lacks many.


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