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it's transforming cambodia green cloth money rapid developments and criminology it's what i want to investigate the winners and losers in cambodia. it's on al-jazeera. and richelle carey and joe hobbes are the top stories on al-jazeera as president has announced peace talks have resumed with the afghan taliban the news came during a surprise visit to afghanistan where he met with present and u.s. soldiers stationed there wasn't jordan has more. the u.s. commander in chief celebrates thanksgiving with troops a dog room air base in afghanistan a tradition going back to the start of the conflict against the taliban in 2001 but after 18 years it's a war washington is struggling to finish and donald trump says he's lies in the
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hands of the taliban the taliban wants to make a deal we'll see if they want to make a deal it's going to be a real deal but we'll see but they want to make a deal and they only want to make a deal because you're doing a great job the chillers they want to make you trouble announced for the 1st time the taliban is interested in reaching a peace agreement with the government in kabul this after they released 2 western hostages and 10 afghan soldiers in exchange for 3 of their senior leaders. these are the 1st signs of progress since the broke off talks in early september after the taliban killed a u.s. soldier in a bombing but officials say there's still no sign the taliban are ready to give up their weapons permanently in exchange for a role in afghan politics demilitarization is a key demand from afghan president ashraf ghani but he's been sidelined while u.s. and taliban do senators meet still joined trump on stage at bob graham in tweeted out highlights of the moment apparently keen to show he is still relevant in the
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peace process. for donald trump the priority is cutting the number of u.s. troops in afghanistan from about 13000 to about 8600 and to helping the afghans handle their security on their own we're bringing you down very substantially and it will be down to a number that's very it's a good number and we're going to stay until such time as we have a deal or we have to it would be and they want to make a deal over a promise for peace made by 2 previous presidents with his 3rd hoping his will come to fruition rosalyn jordan al-jazeera washington. sudan's government has approved a law to dismantle the regime of former president omar al bashir the country's prime minister says the decision was not an act of revenge but aimed at preserving what he calls the dignity of the sudanese people the law was passed during a joint meeting of the sovereign council and cabinet share was removed from office
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back in april after months of anti-government protests iraqi security forces have killed at least 33 protesters in the city of nasiriyah as anti-government demonstrations are intensifying earlier the army dispatched commanders to provinces with instructions to restore order more than 350000 people have remained displaced by floods in kenya recovery efforts have been challenged by more heavy rain and landslides and west major roads and bridges have been damaged and of course that makes it difficult to provide humanitarian aid to the areas affected at least 120 people across the country have been killed. dozens of yemenis have been welcomed back home from jail in saudi arabia as part of a prisoner swap 128 men were flown into saunas international airport aboard red cross planes u.n. special envoy martin griffiths welcomed the move that comes during a new push to end that 5 year war 3 world health organization workers have been
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killed in democratic republic of congo it's a latest in a series of attacks on a bowl of virus treatment centers this is happening as protests were held outside the united nations peacekeeping mission in the regional capital goma one of the soldiers has been accused of killing a demonstrator on monday or than 70 people have been killed in attacks by different armed groups since the army launched an offensive last month young activists around the world abandoning school on friday to protest climate change students at australia and japan have already gathered as part of the 4 global climate strike the rallies come ahead of the un's climate change conference in madrid next week. or so the headlines keep it here on al-jazeera or news to come out is there a world that's next.
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in every part of the world there are stories of arab and me gratian people leave for many different reasons some are just keeping oppression or persecution others seek educational opportunities but others are driven by a simple quest to see more of the world. we meet iraq each other just follow. the channel to norway 5 decades ago seeking specialist medical treatment like his
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baby son. today he has a place in history honored in the museum as a pioneer of the norwegian oil industry. but 1st to brazil to meet petro tobias' a lebanese gynecologist breast cancer specialist and a former regional president of the brazilian social democratic party and part of the state of south carolina. with modern. calamity man. minute the minute now lots of basho sentiment of nano he offered us how any kind of a technique made by a chum on the moon brigade the genome sciences we. don't allow for a man i think for me dan regime it meant i had my own exceptionally
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a post for support each year and thrown his call him lord jesus he won't be going to that out of it the unborn pull them all of us i. was on period there was no magic amount of yours it is no more i got to meet seen on the moment my whole capital plus phone tomorrow for a hack eem doing that now she had played by the army. but monteith albury. almost. surely. mr ashley. danny she. is.
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these hospitals are northwest of sao paolo a city whose famous son the legendary brazilian footballer. the maternity hospital is a much needed facility which was championed by a doctor and politician better toby. who was a bit weird from the sierra the mistakes for political gain. for all but the most they are known for a year by few who are there. but no one must saudis or marja. mars will grow up some paul martin somebody robberies but since for your move you know how am. i going to see more into the truth of you.
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and i share. the family is not of the. me me. you know what i'm talking. here to be nice. when might be. my business who. is systemic that will somehow. be. more going to.
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allow peek myself. i'm about my little. set up. adult about the any of this i would then want to stand. still. be. my mom i'll be. here. but i. won't be a cheap shot. say i'd. heard. about a sheep but didn't. dr toby ask could have worked as a doctor all of his life indeed as a medic he was one of the 1st to volunteer with the international charity doctors
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without borders his commitment has taken him from europe to asia and south america later he chose a 2nd carrying 1000 would work hand in hand with medicine a life in politics beckons for the young doctor. hired the end of the bashir is welcome but have named. the. while a very of can there have been. but i thought. the hullabaloo. and i'm an hour. i left medical we don't have a dog stays he had a lemon one a proud moment to come so i mean i was a bit clueless from the board in the table. last through we had minute. or and i with no shirt on iran.
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the. land where had not. made him could have game will economy and this will. mostly be done with the machete by law to allow the sinking ship was shabnam ship to xabi b.c.'s he said to the pantheon. maybe i'm stuck in between. new friends or by dingy to hone. the beer. i let come a smaller or. near strange. men center where all the while at the. dismantle
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as. the hygiene humble bit of. every level he has been our. while i'm out of the had a passion. on to brazil but i'd hate to. be a hollow salad with the whole new. hack and the whole of the rule of power is that while our modern era. as a member of the. me a bit of it i was. a little bit of a leap but the is
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a little bit as you lay out my your. thought i believe. dudley bundy is but as you. and so paul. he is the simply. simply quite a. little busy involved email to start all that they feel most. people have is. as. has but has it been really has been really. mean and. in the she. has. me. back. home.
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not even pushy evil person even when you know if you really think you're going to feel good at washington's. right at remembering game going to that pace to be able to hear you. can do that but it's not going to the. general glow. of. looking forward to retirement dr kobi asked face the choice having thrown his hat in the political ring with candid it said out of our command in 2018 he knew that if his friends presidential campaign must he faced several more years in politics then are serious in you have to be. but the. last
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year i'll do all. the regime what he stuck around i'm about to be trash. who are the who are. nice to me. now listen. you still email you still really to say. i am in my forehead and. by. then. i could get away but as. you are but i was you have another amalia mr moll the sadly any unless you have some hollow. of your sock have a sad reality you saw how many i know about reserve and about
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a month on no drug to salve sob you were limited on was not supplement i now but they will be able to be as. many. but i. get serious a suit will stand a been if you sue but as you a been if you sued the. doctor to b.s. has dedicated his life to helping others whether through his medical practice or in his political county and holding down 2 full time jobs ask a question on his black life balance and not include his family life. god
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care of the washington i think. jim what i'm talking about is in a mouse. and i'm back to that. same vein. disobeyed wise and we're familiar selma from him we put a legacy. it is. meals. you know me they took a moment for me to be his to be the pretty and it's. been the. funny india. the. joy. comes with me.
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was. bill baird. shirley tubby man the other one. bill bad. deal is. he leave me. the. money he'll own the motto was. he. had me last year but. not actually on a bit sad near as she is she was they had not had michael she any. be top dog in the bin it was. the look i want to.
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have been to haiti but i'm here but you. could have done better and where you came the blue. water where me on a mound below. that door he really was a myth. bellow the motto would regime i visited the fall to the prison suffuse it came a simple study we did it is a then the we thought then song rock. song. you think they told me to but i did that by you. i thought of is this a try by little. to. get but i'm attacking. the king of her many my home and i've had. a lot national and the harmony years.
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ballot but mini me and my to the left my watch it can disappear that no adult game will see is your memory addicted will bread. the left but from my loss or my homie much to little commando. is a just keep going to misty do one last time that not. all the time when one. left from a dash is a fear shallow out of our budget she must. dear mamma. today will be s. continues to practice as a doctor involved not far from the city of south palo in the 20. 18 presidential elections he campaigned for his friend general document and failed in his bid to become brazil's president dr toby s.
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then stepped back from politics to devote all his energies to his medical care here and his family. employed to the iraqi geologist to travel to norway seeking medical help for his baby son today he has a place in history honored as a pioneer of the norwegian oil industry. does the mind play tricks a vampire is the woods is parked right there or are they really out there and you have her family by like call up of monster and drag her out like they're in the car the filmmaker takes the f.b.i. to court to find out approximately 33120 pages of records and in the process mobilizes her community as long as people are free to try and there is no check
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against the feeling of being watched on al-jazeera. this is a really fabulous news from one of the best i've ever worked in there is a unique sense of bonding where everybody teams in but something i feel every time i get on the chair every time i interview someone we're often working round the clock to make sure that we bring events as i currently as possible to the viewer that's what people expect of us and that's what i think we really do well. an investigation of how foreign companies plunder africa's natural resources with the russians is show important in a big question revealing how new maybe as officials demand cash in exchange for favors. with confidential documents provided to al-jazeera by wiki leaks these are going to say that you commit
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a fortress so i will fight to the crunch and i'm not dealing with al-jazeera investigations the anatomy of a braai. or shock area and these are the top stories right now on al-jazeera has announced peace talks have resume with the afghan taliban as president made the revelation during a surprise visit to afghanistan's airfield where he met president adn u.s. soldiers stationed there and september trying to claire talks with the taliban dead after a deal was reached in principle to pull u.s. troops from afghanistan the taliban wants to make a deal we'll see if they want to make a deal it's going to be a real deal but we'll see but they want to make a deal and they only want to make you feel good you're doing a great job but you know it was they want to make a few so i want to thank you and i want to thank the afghan soldiers. so dense
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government has approved a law to dismantle the regime a former president omar al bashir the country's prime minister says the decision was not an act of revenge but aimed at preserving what he says is the dignity of the sudanese people the law was passed are going joint meeting of the sovereign council and cabinet to share was removed from office in april after months of anti-government protests iraqi security forces have killed at least 33 protesters in the city of nasiriyah as anti-government demonstrations are intensifying earlier the army dispatched commanders to the provinces with instructions to restore order . more than 350000 people were main displaced by floods in kenya recovery efforts have been challenged by more heavy rain and landslides in west poca major roads and bridges have been damaged and of course that makes it more difficult to provide humanitarian aid to the affected areas at least $120.00 people across the country
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have been killed. dozens of minis have been welcome back home from jail in saudi arabia as part of a prisoner swap 128 men were flown into saunas international airport aboard red cross planes un special envoy martin griffiths welcome the move that comes during a new push to end the 5 year war aside he led coalition announced on wednesday that sana airport would reopen to limited flights allowing patients to fly out for medical care and young activists around the world are abandoning school on friday to protest climate change students in australia and japan have already gathered as part of the 4th global climate strike or demanding more action like 0 grain how greenhouse gas emissions rather within the next 5 years rallies come ahead of the un's climate change conference in madrid next week or so the headlines a return you now to al jazeera world keep it or. just said al-jazeera as this here comes to an end we look ahead to 2020 and the stories that may shape
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the year people in power investigates the shocking treatment of disabled people in eastern europe can. an exclusive look at the world's largest conference on h.i.b. in rwanda will the efforts achieve an aids free africa a true part series charging china's rise of the 21st century superpower. un leaders will gather in spain to discuss issues about climate change and examine the possible global solutions join us for live coverage to sound back on al-jazeera. for some people the decision to move to a different country is a very deliberate one for others chance is a major factor and when opportunities do or rise it can also be about being in the
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right place at the right time. geologist qassam was living in iraq with a young family this was some 50 years ago and young who had no intention of leaving a good job in iraq. but then events took over. terry not always come out. well and. one of the fellas also. while it'll be a while is at the moment what kind of to me to offer of a done for the. altar but i'm only of course a lot. of. my idol my obviously my list for now as a national figure. you know i'm enough here collins owes to me and reads can never. know all i want to. and when and.
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i don't alter bar all why do i and nor game can on site. less i lash out and. feign feel that. i'm really allotted l m l e t n. he still move on to more or less than your complete when you have her so they're threatening. my kentucky opera stockland bad fee shows at the last 2nd. couldn't and yarden an 80 year. old. sylvia. or are. you going to be doing and if you had a much cleaner. and
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more so to know reach for share the clams in their lives i mailed mine in a city in canada. to do a few barley. in the time for. coffee or. a while or. to pump up the dune check and wish to mind the regime come up talk to them. when muslim i want to hug them you and me and all i had to call my mom former she sure were fully so you were fi.
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card the im. is your and italian men into. we have been colleagues for quite some time. i started in 1978. to 1090 when he departed we were. working close together and even though he is calling from another kind of quarterback on i don't think he had on the problems of adapting to reach your life . through culliver sees it differently. may not see here. a sob she shift to the mall i had to. sure arms to the moon it could be a sort of. wasn't enough we each
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kind had to. lockhart to sure see yourself. in i seen feel medina some homes near in the congo and also dark outside that part v i don't know what. the shots in the juvenile cottage monday so holes one corner and. one. here. which. is on the neat.
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and in the each kind of. to get up to it to walk past. a con with i would deem unusual form robot metal and. if you have seen. these mean just done for them. the sort. of a jewel in the 15 that kind the theory. dasha oh yeah john wells. the managing it only you can know is in the movies. we did have a less a tradition to work with foreigners of course and norway has been cooperating closely with friends sheehan english and german and us and other
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citizens. but fell a few from from the same middle east africa and other places so he was indeed a little strange person in that setting. but by his knowledge and way of working with us i think a prove that he was a very valuable person to us you hochman awful percinet. the almost all out model is darned if you have martin and john in you know in the region so much time on the radio as well on what cosmopolitan. we'll be on your i shall bottom of what i can mark on. the man and salt in the way she sent me at once. cos i'm arrived in no way just when the country discovered huge oil resources off its coast he was
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a geologist who understood the oil business but more than this he had a vision of how norway's oil and gas could be extracted in a way that would benefit all norwegians in a manner that was back and environmentally sustainable. we've been doing patrol henri's also development for the last 50 years and. pretty early in our own experience taken out the petroleum resources a lot of other countries came knocking on our door to understand how we manage the resources and obviously we were lucky to have foraker ready in the country coming in the late sixty's. he basically talked a lot off. the nitty gritty soft patroller resource money coming from iraq. he was instrumental also in the storytelling and the experience transfer that to other nations will always come
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a canuck initial leni. bill. feel b. di it's at the how voice a little more stock will have a lety so you see you are gel bullet. and you can do or mimic to be a monk that doesn't even know how and a can arm and all. and all marketing a play or your job and you buy srong few to have this the stock well. figurine a lot of fear. mongers like dorothy. fairly better have them and bill mitchell lean and know. that's very interesting is still all custom pertwee will just have to wait and she. and she jimmy lee. say they'll close and. best montalvo unsure
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well look i mean yeah me. but 2nd hardly be that can do a larger motion get a shot see it as deanna. saw here and know all. we joined our male ego willow more can awesome because she and i don't which would be. 4 sided i'm a. mess and they are in the i'm. coming can twitch more of a film stop and buy you. feel more stuck about. feeling well the 1st. was indeed a bright future for all costs him he signed up for a month and ended up staying for good managing the resources of norway's petroleum directed it. noise management of its oil resources is the envy of the world with a southern wealth fund of over one trillion you asked on. a measure of his person
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of success is that today he is not simply f. is a turtle the norwegian petroleum you seem to stab and he is in fact one of the exhibits all of them in new ones i mean i'm. no juice when your doctor is he would. pick up a wooden sword. have it. for us what i can assure you all i'll be a woman who. was as you believe and also your clubmen all i knew communes were in the early. and my heart would have been cooler here if you thought it. so sure kind of 1200 then and no home in a. vote would you don't. own my home. job here and there was another union worker than look.
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i'm on. you can see me and now i might have the heart of a bad choice. as guardian it was norway has achieved what many countries tried but failed to do using its oil wealth to created jobs in a while class industry without damaging the environment perhaps the secret of norway's global success is not no region at all but an iraqi geologist named father will cost them mr prakash. came to norway in a very important time in our development as a nation as well before before we started being produced at all and he
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poured in experience from a speck on iraq which turned out to be a very important in or the scion of a system for total management in norway and so in many ways you can say it was a white person at right time when you arrived back in white and 168 he is in many ways the backbone of the norwegian petroleum administration in in the rigor that he he showed that his rigor read led to 2 results in 2 important dimensions in my opinion one is seen in the results of the fields you know in patrol you you have the disadvantage that you take an initiative and you see the results only 25 years later so now we can look back and it's
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a great pleasure. the fields have performed exceptionally well many of them billions of barrels have been gained by the initiative gas hosts not been free or after the 1st few months and the other dimension is to look at the people who were around and they've all done very well sure armor for our them good. nice stop there and mr which my use shall we ban or hum sourish mean we're in the near enough and long jawed. and i'm sure mine and it will be unsaid in a hunch a survey in an awful vision of a mountain. and the end of war surely cuts so on the. dignity that. having a teacher in the air no nizar at home my luck. doctor
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condom $1.00 nor another we geodon that would. be a. little hard to my leah. or a. little less of. sheer. weight of the quote mess up your field my horn you know. and but they are too large for the balloon come the moment otherwise unit can the next in the hole. for her because keys. recorded in the song are only out of wimbledon or a lot of beer and i want to clear. it out. a tad just mom below i would be a job only been on the radio. for her and. have come on monica and to some of the. best buy then my in this here.
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n.p.r. and his children grew up and integrated well into a norwegian society however after many years of marriage and his not region wife divorced. him did remarry a woman from his native iraq who faces many of the same problems that father who came south faced when he arrived in norway many years earlier. and i might add all of that. when. you know you'll notice some of. your call you she. has a photo he said cumberland you were out i'll just say post ahead you know quite work if you're actively in your mileage my emotional map for now which saves a long war. at our own mouth so much or why limb why are
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also you. if you not so what own but if you have sought to tell us all your clear out. yes it is our. most stomach. so now it gives our. seed it can hear it how. she really. miss us and. not believe you 1st took the sims.
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in this person in the here. ill in the weeds y d's in a field outside our i took on the honey equinox a big sea of been spent any bar seen have him here all spotted on folk a lot why send. one less of a closed its all your tour for oh. i know it. my loud. and though i was just a little bustle of my washing place looking. for who has given me an insight. his family life.
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and i have a call from consultant photo on. our issues when i worked with and with other arab countries. so there has been a very good help from me. we have been to the theatre together we have been to other things together here in norway which she seems to appreciate . so i think we may have given each other both of us a little bit of a. look at our house wow pleasurable we you know do you see it enough to know which. you
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know the other kids up the whole time fareed what i mean he's a guy he didn't you know say he was helpful to me thought and his heart automorphic or his son that we didn't know we. bet it in one to generate enough. command you know how that could help if the columbia suttee shas in with amazing sam if he took me on my new cell phone but story here i didn't know we were shopping. all the marketable beers last tombstone. she told me i love you and the whole. time. the inspiring story of iraq he geologist local costs and. while his modest about his achievements he played
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a pivotal role in the success story that has benefited an entire nation. similarly through his work as a doctor and politician and brazil bedrock o.b.'s has touched many lives. their careers have enormous benefits to the people of their adopted countries and very different place. at cheeseman so both are truly remarkable. candid testimonies from lebanese women who were staying single longer. what's causing this cultural shift in a religious society already in the grip of political and social tension. and all the implications for the arab world as a whole. single by choice on al-jazeera.
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hello there it is a fairly calm picture across much of the middle east and how much is of actually being steadily on the rise into northern areas of iran there's plenty of clouds and out towards the west there is one or 2 showers as well they're working their way across into northern and western areas of turkey 30 in celsius and encore on friday sunny skies in beirut 21 so very nice in the sunshine and it is 15 degrees celsius on friday in tehran a lot milder than it has been a little sunshine on saturday so we could see 16 by then we could also see some snow flurries just into the mountains of the cape and heading further south across the arabian peninsula quite a bit of cloud just lying along these coastal areas amman on it towards yemen we could have a coastal shot but really away from that the winds have died down this that you know coming from the knoll so we've got 26 in riyadh 27 in doha feeling very nice
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once again under those sunny skies damages staying about the same way before saturday but probably a bit more in the way of cloud just along this says south coast particularly of oman and now as we have from that down into southern africa plenty of rains it is that time of year so she will the way from angola eastwood's into northern sections of mozambique but the story further to thought south through with south africa it really is about the heat is on the increase again and there's really no sign of any rain. so many ounces here in london to a cost $10.00 times special get in conversation i don't feel because of colonialism unprompted it's fun interrupted there's a sense of what it means but i'm still having some legitimacy in terms of spreading knowledge and technology meet. really make a declaration for something more new mentally horrific flavor. unscripted
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on al-jazeera. the taliban says it's willing to restart peace talks with the u.s. as president trump tells troops in afghanistan he thinks the group is ready to strike a deal. this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up hoping to rise traces of president bashir new government passes a law to dissolve his party and dismantle his regime. a new polluting.


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