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the whole issue of the whole issue what happened was. very positive and it was a tremendous progress. in prove what was the rich and we win back to. who will make the better and progress very quick. final from the clues if i could. ask talks continue. those back and forth some continue to pressure the military to reach an agreement that will mark the beginning of a new face 1st to dan without were conflict people morgan al-jazeera. more and more kenyans are using mobile phone apps to borrow money but as it becomes cheaper to take out a loan hundreds of thousands of people ending up on the government's credit blacklist and some companies have been accused of using illegal methods to people into debt as catherine so reports now from nairobi. this is a hub of financial technology in africa so firey com kenya's leading mobile network
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launched the 1st mobile phone based load system in partnership with some banks 5 years ago since then more lenders have joined the easy access loans markets do what it does it provides somebody who. wants to do business so the hostler segment able to take a loan and be able to extend the business it looks at what we call. the ladies you can go to the market or to the 4 m. get the the take a loan out for em go to market buy products and services go to a construction site. and actually be able to make a profit from the business and repay the loan but here is a problem many kenyans are often aware of heated charges interest rates up to 200 percent and what it means if they don't repay many people you talk to say thank you for a minute but the basic. transfer fees for their businesses other stores they use the
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money to place bets on sports events hoping to make a big way. that they struggle to pay back their loans and end up being blacklisted by the country's credit crunch. comic conic joseph is one of them he took out different $100.00 from several digital lenders 2 years ago he was unable to repay the loans and now nearly $200.00 because of that he's been blacklisted by the credit trafford's bureau. i have to pay rent buy food and take my children to school with the money get businesses not been doing good even if i get $100.00 of the end of the month with all the responsibilities paying but my lawn is a little disappointed priorities 54 percent of people polled recently by the central bank in kenya bureau of statistics said they're financially status had wasn't the poll also indicates
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a credit reference bureau has blacklisted more than 400000 boras some $4040.00 bass littlest $2.00. back at the garage and his friends discuss how hard life has become most are repaying several loans some are on the block at least all tell us that even if the loan companies have helped them in times of need they still feel and trapped in debt catherine sorry al-jazeera nairobi still ahead for you on the program. why aren't. people across the world set a break 50 years since the moon landing. and a bit later is even put off a huge upset against that arch rivals so when the next hole well come. take the worst possible material you radio grinding into dust comparable to flour
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and make up a lot of it and put it into a place where people live there is a cause colossal event. as well and so many people are thinking this is the silent heat. but doesn't make you feel nice you feel like a murderer we have created an enormous amount of mental disaster. and investigation south africa toxic city on al-jazeera. the latest news as it breaks it is long campaigned against what it calls attempts to undermine the state of israel from within. with detailed coverage called power being replaced by equal friendly plants all over the world environmentalist's here the pulse of what's been said. from around the world this palace is just as visible above ground than on the surface or under a wall. welcome
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back now sir has been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. 3. to. one. or quantum or. neil armstrong's famous words and pictures of the 1st house of this wild experience a replay and houston which was home to the control center for the apollo missions and they were also in jordan brings us one after the smithsonian air and space museum in washington. 50 years later to the 2nd americans relive the moment neil armstrong walked on the
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moon for the 1st time and as half a century ago a divided nation is searching for unity with digital computers with the state of technology that we have now it's really about thinking about how are we going to put that together in really for what purpose it needs to have a singular purpose that has funding behind it and has a consistent push that allows you to then move enough forward to be able to actually get to that goal at cape canaveral the vice president buzz aldrin and neil armstrong so on at his side declared a new dawn in human exploration america will lead in space once again. and this nation will once again astonish the world with the heights we reach. and the wonders we achieve also on saturday 3 astronauts escape earth's gravity to join the international space station
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a russian and american and an italian now in the elite club of some 570 humans who have orbited the earth. in the face of this unity the u.s. is declaring it will be every bit as ambitious and dominant in space as 50 years ago with the legendary apollo flight director gene kranz says and now as ever failure is not an option we go. it's now just a matter of making good on that promise rosalyn shorten al-jazeera washington. time now for this fall with peta. mary ann thank you very much ireland's shane lowry has claimed east 1st ever golfing major by winning the open championship by 6 shots he was able to overcome his nerves and the stormy conditions at royal portrush to fulfill a childhood dream. for ports. with one hand already on the famed carrot
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jug shane lowry made an early start was final round dropping a shot straight away but that was to be no repeat of his choke at the 2016 us open we lit the final round by 4 shots only to finish 2nd birdies on $45.00 and $7.00 giving me our spring break in the room. tommy fleetwood was the only player who could realistically challenge the 32 year old and as his tee shots repeatedly went away would the feeling in the gallery group that there would be an irish champion lowry had 5 bogeys as the way the worsened as you go down the 18th fairway he knew the time was his was he finished with a one over power round of 72 leaving him 59 before the tournament was 6 shots clear of the welcome my moment.
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i know you i'm so upbeat i could have been a stroll for you to night and the man who missed the count and his last 4 open outings can now call himself the champion. who plan to work out 05 for the peano boxing legend many paki 0 has made history by becoming the oldest world welterweight champion of all time the 40 year old want to split decision against the previously undefeated american keith thurman in las vegas to win the w.b. a welterweight crown he's also the 4th oldest mailbox or to win a world title in any division. new zealand have caused a huge upset by beating 11 time champions australia by a single goal to win the next full world cup the 5251 win marks new zealand's 1st title in 16 years and comes after having been beaten by australia in their last 3 finals appearances these ilands 4th world cup crown caps
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a big turnaround in form after they failed to win a medal for the 1st time ever at last year's commonwealth games. british swimmer adam p.t. has become the 1st person to ever swim the 100 meter breaststroke in under 57 seconds is new world record time of 56.88 seconds came in the semifinals of the world championships in south korea the 24 year old olympic champion has not been beaten in this event in the last 5 years. the agent of gareth bale has described real madrid's coach sitting in the den as a disgrace the softer the frenchman seem to call time on bell's bernabe or career those left out of the rails squad took on by munich in a pre-season friendly in euston one player that did feature was a new $165000000.00 signing adam has offered he was making his debut since his offseason move from chelsea however he could not stop around from going down to a $31.00 defeat as a bale who was
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a $130000000.00 signing and 2013 sedan said afterwards the food it's unlikely the play would feature for the club again. thought the hotspur striker harry kane is one man who looks ready to start the new football season right now spurs were playing italian champions events in a friendly in singapore on sunday when came produced this stunning astra. that won the gold ensuring their tottenham would win the match $32.00 in stoppage time. the pakistan government has pledged tens of millions of dollars to help promote tourism in the northern areas of the country for years the security situation in the region made it a no go area for tourists but that's changing thanks to the sport of polo rowperfect explains. welcome to the chandeleur past the sari called roof of the world home to some spectacular views and a world famous poly festival that is central to the pakistan's government's plan to
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attract tourists back to the area just like this polo match has been played here since $1036.00 formally there are 2 places and ballister there are traditional rivals it's almost like the cricket match of pakistan and india now apollo is known as the sport of kings this version of the game is freestyle mountain pole are no umpires few rules and played on the highest pollo ground in the world at $3700.00 metres above sea level. it's very difficult to play at such high altitude not only me but also for our horses but our love for post boats makes us stronger to withhold such kind of pressure. in recent years scenes like this made tourist reluctant to visit this shandor valley place seemingly ill equipped to deal with the security situation however the historical feud between the northern tribes of gil get and to throw out is not going far into the polish sales what's more of
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the $31000000.00 has been pledged to the area to encourage more foreign and local visitors but more to get out there is time for this area where polo is places very scenic and beautiful and we want everyone to come here and then enjoy we're with pakistan loneliest pakistan if the numbers at this year's festival were anything to go by the tourists seem to be flocking back the local authorities hoping that this sports under surveillance are linked to pakistan's past can be the key to a more positive future the whole pack al-jazeera. yourself new garden has won the latest round of the indy car series in a race that was heavily affected by the weather the start of the race in ohio was delayed by more than 4 and a half hours because of the heavy rain and lightning when racing eventually began the track proved too slippery for some but new garden avoided the accidents to claim his 4th win of the season and extend he's leading in the championship.
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that's where we'll leave it for malmo sport again later mary thank you very much peter latz have the news out but i will be back very shortly with a full lesson of news for you a roundup of the day's top stories coming up very shortly. on counting the cost of the trillion dollar lunar bounty 50 years off the man 1st stepped on the moon we find out why there's a scramble to return and the number of people going hungry has risen for the 3rd
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year running we find out what's gone wrong counting the cost. a conflict that is now considered to be the world's worst humanitarian crisis how many did not all have to die like this stock is harnesses on a really for sale and investigation into how billions of euros are made from supplying arms to saudi arabia a leader of the coalition fighting a war in the south the case is interesting to watch because the amount of money involved yemen war profiteer coming soon. it could be the biggest land grab in history. as powerful nations lay claim to territories under the oceans $21.00 geologists are secretly plotting new borders. as the struggle for resources intensifies some of the world's most powerful
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scientists speak out. oceans manakin on al-jazeera. you stand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world. al-jazeera. iran's foreign minister accuses the us of trying to drag person into a quagmire after the seizure of the u.k. flag tanker. i know i maryam namazie in london you're with al jazeera also coming up on the program. hong kong police move on protesters outside the
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office of china's representative throwing tear gas bombs to disperse them. another victory for comedian turned president to me is alinsky exit polls show his party winning ukraine's parliamentary elections. and the governor of puerto rico announces he will not seek reelection and will step down as head of his party . iran's foreign minister has accused the u.s. national security adviser of trying to drag person into a quagmire off to iran seizure of the u.k. flag tanker in the strait of hormuz the british government says it's weighing its options and intends to announce its next steps on monday and reports.
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a radio exchange apparently detailing what happened in the strait of hormuz on friday a british navy officer from the frigate h.m.s. montrose tells the crew of the oil tanker stana him piro that it's in a recognized international strait and must not be impeded he then urges the iranian navy patrol boat which ordered the tanker to change course not to intervene. on. the ending. but iran's revolutionary guard soon arrived by helicopter and seized the tanker iranian maritime officers said on sunday the vessel and its crew of 23 from india latvia the philippines and russia a safe in the port of bandar about us we have already announced. that the vessel or
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the crewmembers they have any needs we are ready to meet their need discipline and our over there are some regulations and. actually conducting casualty investigation with regard to this the u.k. has written to the united nations security council insisting the stand imperio had been in the territorial waters of oman and saying iran had violated international law the british government is calling it a hostile act but it's wary of escalating tensions we have seen as a say a ratcheting up the last 3 weeks of events and tensions in the straits of hormuz and with iran as a whole we need to make sure that we thought this go back to the bigger picture of the russian ship with iran and make sure that we protect our international shipping taking to twitter iran's foreign minister mohammed jeffard zarif is accusing president trump security adviser john bolton of quote turning his venom against the u.k. in hopes of dragging it into a. quagmire i had
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a very long conversation with him over the weekend britain's foreign secretary jeremy hunt phones the wreath he then said to her on was implying it had retaliated for britain helping to seize the grace one tanker of gibraltar britain insists that was legal because the grace one was breaking e.u. sanctions by carrying oil to syria. concepts back to tell parliament on monday what diplomatic and economic measures britain's planning in response to the latest incident if his conservative leadership rival boris johnson becomes prime minister in a few days time settling a major diplomatic dispute with iran will be top of the to do list the dean barber al jazeera and from toronto all such a small. a technical investigation is now under way in the port city of on that bus where this u.k. tanker that's been seized by the revolutionary guard is being kept along with the 23 crew members on board the cell a pair o. has been taken to this port city where the officials have said that they are
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looking into what actually transpired on friday the revolution guard has said that the vessel risks maritime safety in the strait of hormuz and the reason for the seizure was that it had turned off all tracking systems and it was not responding to warnings and choosing the wrong route to enter the strait of hormuz considering that it was seas around 8 pm local time in iran on friday the tanker was passing through their route for about 8 hours without any coordination meanwhile we've heard from the speaker of parliament larijani who spoke about the issue and he had one very strong sentence to say about this event he said the british committed piracy and the revolutionary guards responded to them that is the sentiment here a better fish if the revolutionary guard to saying that this vessel violated international maritime law and that is why the iranians have seized it we've also heard comments from the british the iranian diplomat in the u.k.
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who has tweeted about the issue and he said that the u.k. government should contain those domestic political forces who want to escalate tensions between iran and the u.k. beyond the issue of ships and this is quite dangerous and unwise at a sensitive time in the region iran however is firm and ready for different scenarios the general feeling here is that the iranians have carried out what they believe is their due diligence when it comes to securing the waters of the strait of hormuz and that is what the revolutionary guard has said they've done with the act that they carried out on friday. well. i'm on family on a lecture of politics and international studies at the university of cambridge she spoke about the increasing risk of a miscalculation the issue that perhaps lies at the heart of much of this is where are the red lines that the united states has before it would take real military action against the iranians and it would be very helpful if were shown
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some was able to figure this out and make that clear because it is the issue of accidents that could very much trigger a significant military exchange and the united states also is perhaps unaware of where the iranian red lines are so perhaps boris johnson would help clarify this if he is able to have a good relationship with president trump now to our other top story protests have turned violent again in hong kong with riot police firing tear gas and rubber bullets underage of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators the violence broke out after they refused to stop marching through the streets and blocked roads near china's central government offices drive reports now from hong kong. that's police were warning they were about to clear the streets protesters busily prepared the barricades that were meant to stop them. the protesters had laid siege to the chinese central government's liaison office in hong kong and police decided it was
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time to act. there was a tense standoff objects were thrown at the ranks of riot police who then responded in force. police fired multiple barad use of tear gas canisters as they made the protesters give up ground. i don't like mondays have been raging for word and firing tear gas as they go pushing the crowds further back from one barricade to the next some of the protesters are saying to leave the streets and fall back into the central district others are urging their friends to stand their ground as this chaos continues. it was a violent end to an otherwise peaceful protest again attracting massive crowds they took to the streets chanting go home congress keep it up. but this is exhausting work through the summer heat i am tired and really hope to take
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a rest but it is time for it is time for us to continue and now is the summer of this contact. the protesters are demanding the complete withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill that they say would allow china to take political opponents to face summary trial in mainland courts many see it as a further gradual erosion of hong kong's freedoms within china i think by the fall something that be frank is right and we should have a mole but. if we don't come out now later on we won't be able to come out a tool that you have there's no justice from the government that's why i have to protest tensions were raised to be. for this march with the discovery of bomb making equipment which police say could be linked to the protest movement and police it demanded that this march finish early but as the numbers swelled it became obvious there was no stopping the crowds the they once more
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surrounded government buildings in the police headquarters. the violent end to the day shows increasingly a small minority of protesters are willing to risk injury to themselves and to the police. bride al jazeera on call. now to ukraine exit polls they're showing the party of the new president got him as a lansky has won a snap parliamentary election the former comedian called the vote after his landslide victory in april as parliament was packed with his opponents he wanted to secure a great a mandate to push through promised reforms and it appears to have paid off. teacher to be looking at us he we are grateful to the people of ukraine for their support thank you there is applaud the people of ukraine for their great trust in our party and a servant of the people i am allowed to say servant of the people you see there's no more campaigning i'm now campaigning only for ukraine me. well selenski will
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need to form a coalition and has indicated a preference for another new political force as mamata does explains. why these elections are present will admit is a landscape's fost major political test the vote was initially set for october but zelinsky the committee in time politician dismissed parliament in his integration speech in may and called for paul sicking us traum monday for his 7th of the people put it to pursue what he says would be an ambitious program of reforms in the future we must move the 1st time voters in the capital kiev could barely hide the end site and about spitting in the elections this. procedure was clear for me even though i never voted before but nevertheless it's funny to take part in the elections when you have the vote and you know that your vote will matter taking into account what is happening in the country it's also it's very cool exit polls
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released moments of the voting and that predict a victory for the lewinsky someone to the people with over 40 percent of the votes not quite an outright majority zelinsky how sadie's most likely candidate for coalition partner in parliament is that recently formed the whole mess or voice pertti of ukrainian rockstar c.v.s. tells love barca true i vote for the future. i vote for volleyball because i think that all the mornings. already show the results 20 years we are all of france at this point so we need to change but it's not about to change anything long. you present a few we need to change in order to make a real change op aren't willingness to place ukraine in the homs of movies politicians analysts say is symptomatic of the public's discontent with establishments ukrainians in the event my jaw.


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