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because i just think of the him into something more like the team i didn't see of the british today i meet with victims of violence and discover what life is like for minorities in the country join me on my journey in search of india's soul on al-jazeera. ivory coast's prime minister collapses in a cabinet meeting and this pronounced dead. hello i'm barbara starr you're watching out as they are live from london also coming up as the u.s. marks new record coronavirus numbers it says the world is looking to it for leadership. of course the u.s. remains the world leader in the pandemic. the united nations warning on the libyan
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conflict foreign interference has reached on precedented levels and building relations while building war us president tales what he describes as a tremendous relationship between his country and mexico. and the thank you for joining us the prime minister of ivory coast am a dual gone coulibaly has died at the age of 61 the president says the nation is in mourning bally was taken to hospital after he fainted during a cabinet meeting he had returned to ivory coast last week after a prolonged stay in france for a heart exam because more now from dakar in senegal. this is a big blow for the president because with this comes a political crisis
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a political void the question is now who will replace coulibaly who was the chosen successor to want to or are expected to run in the next upcoming presidential election in october and whoever will come next will have to defeat the candidates which are only going to be a former president of ivory coast a heavyweight of the opposition and the young newcomer that was once a close ally of ouattara. so the announcement is very probable that ache for want to run not only that is problematic for the stability of ivory coast we know that in the past presidential elections has led to conflict not just conflict but civil war in 2011 the election between president wants r. and all bug culminated into a civil war that left 3000 people dead and words of people in ivory coast want to
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see is not a repeat from the past they want to see a man that can bring stability and unite all ivorians and for the president. was a man that died today during the cabinet meeting a record of 60000 new coronavirus cases have been registered in the united states in a single day that's according to data from johns hopkins university the states of california and texas reported more than 10000 daily infections on tuesday and that's pushed the total number of confirmed cases to more than 3000000 the u.s. has the highest death toll of any nation more than 130000 people have now died from covert 90 this fight that the secretary of state michael pale says the world is looking to the u.s. for guidance as a global leader in the fight against the pandemic. of course the u.s. remains the world leader in the pandemic. goes without saying and there are
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multiple dimensions as i've talked about each of them certainly the vice president has forced talks about them as well but whether that is the technical scientific solutions. both to how to stop the spread whether that's their pyrex or vaccines the world turns its eyes to the best scientists and researchers and practitioners of the sciences that will ultimately bring resolutions probably it's the united states that the world looks to. serbia's president has reversed his decision to reimpose coronavirus restrictions after thousands gathered in belgrade to protest against the government alexandre which says a weekend curfew cannot be implemented without a state of emergency being enforced thousands turned up for the 2nd day of protests in belgrade the spite the u.-turn fortunes tried to reinforce measures up to serbia's highest single day best haul from cope with 19 protesters say that he's
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actually partly responsible for the spike accusing him of lifting measures in june to hold elections which he then wanted to set out sunni colleges in belgrade he says police have managed to clear most of the protesters from the streets. we could say that the police was better prepared tonight than they were the last last night yesterday so they had a better tactics tonight so they sort of attack the demonstrators they try to disperse them around the national assembly because it's bigger than the truth or is he thousands of few 1000 of them gathered in front of the national assembly and they hold them away through the surrounding streets so they may have sort of a small pockets of demonstrators around the national assembly does making them easier to remove them a free to roam the streets so most of the demonstrators went home and there is nobody in the streets but there is also still a group of demonstrators some i don't know 500 meters away from the national
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assembly in front of them it is a huge amount of police who they there know in some kind of a standoff. the police is a strong units of police special and there is the unit of of police of serbia join their merry regular police cavalry they're all at that side for the last i don't know hour or so they're having sort of small clashes at some points the demonstrators would go towards the police then the police would the respond to the those clashes and that's that the situation at this point but most of all of the demonstrators are now all of the streets. the united nations secretary general says the conflict in libya has entered a new phase in
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a fertile session of the security council. condemned foreign interference in the fighting saying that breached unprecedented levels our diplomatic editor james space has more from the u.n. headquarters in new york. 2020 was the year the un and the international community said they would bring peace to libya instead violence has intensified with repeated war crimes mass graves and civilian casualties there are new risks as well as opportunities for peace now that general have to force is being pushed all the way to sirte time is not on our side in libya the conflict is and the new phase is foreign interference reaching and dissident levels including in the delivery of sophisticated equipment and the number of mercenaries involved in the fighting. germany has been leading international efforts in january it pulled together key players at
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a conference in perlin germany now has the presidency of both the e.u. and of the un security council to its foreign ministers blunt some of the countries who signed up to the burning communique 6 months ago agree undermining it ever since with their actions foreign interference in may and the main driver of the conflict in libya it must be projects to an end that means no more plaints no more tanks no more trucks or cargo ships full of weapons and no more lice. so we'll those directly involved in libya now back down representatives of russia egypt and the united arab emirates said they support the u.n. position even though they're widely believed to parent general have to militarily france is a growing strategic partnership with the u.a.e.
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and was strongly critical of fellow nato member turkey supporter of the government of national. the problem is this reporter's of general haftar know he's now in a much we can position and they may want to bolster his military standing before any negotiations on the other side supporters of the government of national accord no battle with half the insert would be very bloody but after that there be an open road to the part of libya where much of the country's oil infrastructure is based james is iraq at the united nations libya's internationally backed government says it's found a prison used by warlords half therof to torture opponents that discovery was made in the city of that huna government leaders in tripoli are calling on the united nations to investigate mass graves found near the prison it sought the torture victims were buried there by half the us forces. human rights watch says
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the bodies of at least $180.00 men have been found in mass graves in brooklyn a fossil they were discovered near the northern town of g.p. the government is investigating claims that its forces carried out the killings government troops have been battling a surge in attacks by armed groups in the region the violence is forced more than 700000 people to flee their homes since the beginning of 2019. the u.s. president has hailed what he described as a tremendous relationship between his country and mexico the trump has been holding trade talks with the specs and counterparts and the rest find a way lopez obrador at the white house the leftist leader had been criticized for traveling to washington to meet trump who was largely elected on the promise of building a border wall between the 2 nations some democrats say that trump is using the occasion to drum up support among hispanic voters when mike hanna joins us live now
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from washington d.c. so what do we know about their meeting mike well it was very very amicable indeed the 2 leaders signed the u.s. and the a trade agreement which replaces nafta it came into effect on the 1st of this month however now it has been formally signed by the 2 leaders and this was the main reason for this meeting that would have to actually get this deal formally signed but certainly the differences that have been there in the pos between mexico and the u.s. work for the moment at least forgotten and it was a tone of respect and a tone of genuine liking for each other it would appear and this is what each of the leaders at to say the relationship between the united states and mexico has never been closer than it is right now and as the president said a little while ago people were betting against that they were actually betting
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against it. but it's never been stronger never been closer to doing tremendous job together we're cherished friends partners and neighbors are cooperation is founded on mutual trust and mutual respect between the 2 of us and between our 2 countries . yes but. i decided to come because it was very important for us to launch this new agreement but i also wanted to thank the people of the u.s. government and you know president trolley for being increasingly respectful of our fellow mexicans and for your personal support in acquiring medical equipment to treat coronavirus patients. that's why i'm here to express to the american people that their president has treated us with kindness and respect long live the friendship of our 2 nations. and my considering all the criticism that the president the president topis facing due to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic in the us does he need this for his election not just
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a pragmatic side but also just some kind of coup when it comes to international relations and his standing with other foreign leaders. well certainly there's an element of that president trying to make much of his previous international visit there's only been 2 since the advent of the pandemic and this is part of that clearly showing that he can still do diplomacy in the midst of the ongoing pandemic one which he continues to attempt to play down this is part of their process but also there is a real element to it as i said as well the trade deal between u.s. and mexico absolutely critical for mexico in particular and the threats that president trump made in terms of suspending that deal just a year ago one of the reasons why the president was over the door came to the united states on his 1st international trip trade for mexico with the united states is absolutely essential but on that note i must point out that the trade agreement
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itself or the level of trade between the 2 countries has dropped significantly over the last year measured made to may trade between the u.s. and mexico is down by some 54 percent there's been a 92 percent drop in terms of mexican vehicle parts exported to the united states so certainly despite the fanfare around this trade deal the meeting that took place and will continue into the evening with a state dinner the trade situation is of great concern to both countries at this particular point in time i can now with the latest from washington d.c. mike thank you. still ahead in this half hour out to help out the u.k. offers half price restaurant meals to kick start its economy rescued from rising floodwaters heavy rain causes chaos and large swathes of china and japan.
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however the beginning of next week looks rather nasty for the coast of new south wales but for the time being it's quiet it is the bite is absorbing the windiest and when it is whether the moment ahead of it we're in the teens adelaide and melbourne british weather personally slightly warmer about 17 and the south coast about coast of west australia is still rather cloudy and wet this on shore breezy will produce a bit of rain in new south wales or queensland the full cost of brits been is a sherry $1.00 for a couple of days thursday or friday with temp is hovering around the low twenty's pretty ok really now the picture come friday suggests rather more widespread showers in new south wales and it's that eventually might gather off the coast of producing from a few something rather more nasty to sydney but more of that to come jumping north
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and the real problem here is the amount of rain in japan q she's had a day off for that rain is gathering one small so part of the system that goes back into china and it weighs a little bit so you get the orange lumps to travel up in this general direction once more q shoes like to get hit on thursday and on friday get something of a significant development the runs up into the well the korean peninsula particularly south korea leaving at least slightly dry conditions in japan. a secret mass grave in ireland discovered at an institution run by catholic nun. a mission to its core. people in power investigates a scandal that destroyed families cost thousands of lives and still raises profound questions about the ties between the catholic church and the irish state. arlen's
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mother and baby scandal. on a. the wall the. old the. welcome back here's a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera the prime minister of ivory coast amadou gone look we barley has died at the age of 61 he was taken to hospital after fainting during a cabinet meeting he had just returned from a prolonged stay in france for a heart exam the number of confirmed corona virus cases in the united states has now passed of 3000000 more than 130000 people across the country have died that's
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the highest best toll of any nation and serbia's president has reversed his decision to agree impose coronavirus restrictions after thousands gathered in belgrade to protest against the government aleksandr try to reinforce measures up to service highest a single day best told from cope with 19. the u.k. government has announced the $37000000000.00 mini budget including half price restaurant meals in a bid to save jobs and pump new life into a coronavirus battered economy it's launching what it calls the kickstarter scheme it's offering to pay $6.00 month's wages to any employer who creates a high standard job for people aged $16.00 to $24.00 the so i sure don't tax paid when buying property has been raised to encourage people back into the housing market but chancellor she soon i can now insta furlough scheme would end in october it's been in place since march and pay the 80 percent of people salaries if
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employers promised to retain their jobs journal reports now from bogner regis in west sussex about how this new mini budget could affect the people there. the seaside town of reaches a faded 19th century resort town with fun times feel like a thing of the past a place counting the cost of coronavirus more keenly than most but most of my money is through from busking a finger that is made during the summer and so our computer will be of a cushion but this year we're not going to have anything like that although. we do see it's all very handsome a lockdown may have lifted in time for the summer holidays but growth and opportunity seem a long way off. people need to know that although hardship lies ahead no one will be left without. so today we with
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a plan for jobs our plan has a clear goal to protect support and create jobs it's the latest in a series of interventions to support the economy the government here the treasury hoping to put hundreds of thousands of under 20 five's into work by paying their salaries up to the minimum wage for the 1st 6 months of their employment it's intended to head off a looming crisis of unemployment with the economy predicted to suffer a 14 percent fall in g.d.p. this year. jobs are just one part of an economy feeling the heat measures announced by the chancellor to stimulate consumer spending include a sales tax cut in the troubled hospitality sector welcome news for restaurants but it'll take more than that to allay concerns about what lies ahead can't stand that they're helping people but it's not. obvious on that it's not going to buy any of this because i was. a locks on the recall of this sort of i don't know so much bar
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called see how they can give away billions of pounds over these months and then have to cite somebody actually you know maybe for. tax to pay back the coach to be in such a big such a mass of money that it's disappeared. and it's not just the jobs of the young at stake there are fears across the economy with consumer spending down and furloughed workers in their millions facing possible redundancy when the government's job retention scheme ends in the autumn if the money is not coming through the door i can't afford to pay it i never want to get rid of good stuff i want to incentivizing he could staff but i can't afford to take on the staff i want to be a $21.00 and the service staff that you need any sort of industry because the money is not there and people are not spending the picture drome cinemas celebrated 100 years of continuous operation in january only for the lights to come down in march and 4 months since coming attractions are uncertain jona whole al-jazeera bogner
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reaches the west the flights in nigeria have resumed after 3 months of coronavirus restrictions airports in the capital aboard and the commercial hub lagos have reopened with all remaining airports due to reseal flights over the next week and many address reports there from abroad. it was a cautious 1st day for nigerian troublous as person just arrived to check they were confronted by a new flight in safety rules that weren't there before the cockpit 19 pandemic. nevertheless is here my john was eager to placate. the so i don't have consigned so far trust in my country and trust the efforts put in place so far i expect my country. i believe in trust in the system and i know there is safe to fly as this is to fly in any other country. but traffic was the end of the 1st day for the resumption of the bit of shuttle. government leaders say they have used the past 3
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months when airlines are grounded to address critical infrastructure needs to ensure passenger safety well you've seen in our ports we have a marked areas where passengers would be to keep physically distant would reduce the capacity of our. holes we have sequenced our flights to come in with regulated entry and exit ports will do everything possible to assure the people are safe. this flight increasing 1000 infections the government is going ahead with the open air space for domestic flights. to airports this one you know and the other in the commercial capital lagos problem chosen to restart domestic flight when the other airports due to take off soon now you're a similar vision of 40 will decide on want to allow international flight after seeing how operations walk out in these airports over the next 2 weeks. no juice to has lost 95 percent of its revenues in the past 3 minutes the feeling here is
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the longer airplanes are being grounded the more the economy will be. this is a country that you have 34 percent little return on your investment this is a country with 450000000000 g.d.p. this is a country a center of africa this is a country that has 20 percent of the african consumption so it sucks in this economy means a total loss for the economy therefore we opened up. in style with caution sure that it was to save. our vision of issues a happy the 1st day of commercial flight since the cockpit and i did not down when well what and sutton is how all airports schools both domestic and international flights out to get back to their poverty al jazeera which are. a lebanese business and who is accused of financing hezbollah has returned home after 3 years in a u.s. jail. in had been sentenced to 5 years in prison but was released due to poor
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health and the risks of contracting covert 19 there the u.s. secretary of state on wednesday called on all countries to classify hezbollah as a terrorist organization and a halt of reports. carson treasure dean is back home the lebanese businessman charged by a u.s. court for financing the iranian backed lebanese group hezbollah was released from prison on compassionate grounds dean landed in beirut after completing 3 years of his 5 year sentence the us administration denied his freedom was part of the backroom deal and insists dean remains a designated global terrorist but his release increased speculation of a swap months after a naturalized american was released from a lebanese jail the release of the incomes of the context of prisoner swaps that we've seen in the past phase between the trump administration on one hand and the.
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tozer dean's arrival coincided with a visit by the commander of the u.s. central command general candace mckenzie reaffirmed america's partnership with the lebanese army but not with the government the americans say is beholden to hezbollah the armed group along with its allies control lebanon's government and parliament on this thing because of possible believe that the united states is going to. increase the pressure thanks to the guests have very efficient but what is much more efficient will be would be or could be the thanks again hezbollah ally. lebanon is caught in the power struggle between the u.s. its arab allies and israel against iran as are the israelis does not signal improved relations between hezbollah and the us administration u.s. officials have said the mo does not diminish the severity of the crime and that there are still determined to go after the group's finances just last month u.s.
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secretary of state mike pompei all said hezbollah poses a threat to the u.s. its international partners and threatens lebanon stability hezbollah and its allies say international powers are imposing a financial siege on lebanon on. the americans are exploiting the piled up political and economical failures to incite the lebanese against hezbollah the us decision to besiege has below will not lead to any result we will not surrender the us has said aid is not flowing in because the hezbollah led ruling alliance is refusing to fight corruption and carry out reforms that would weaken their hold over the state's resources lebanon yet again isn't a rino or regional international rivalries play out but the stakes are even higher this time with a country close to economic collapse senate leader beirut. theys of heavy rain have swollen rivers and triggered mudslides across china and japan
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thousands of people have been killed in the flooding with millions told to leave their homes and this florence though it reports the extreme weather is showing no sign of easing. some of the heaviest rain in decades has batted who by a province in china on the outskirts of hong kong city rescue workers dig through landslide debris in central south west and east in china rescue teams have evacuated people trapped by rising floodwaters in cities towns and villages you need to see because the water is so deep we have asked the guy to help transfer residents by rubber boats dams and river banks are being reinforced further to the east heavy rain has continued to pound japan causing flooding and landslides it's up rooted trees and downed electricity pylons making some roads impassable water levels in many areas remain high was
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a good even though it may have stopped raining there are many things to be worried about whether there could be mudslide happening here as well i was wondering along with this continue the worst hit areas of japan on the southwest island of. which has seen the highest number of casualties more than a 1000000 people on japan's 3rd largest island have been advised to seek temporary shelter and stay with friends or relatives where possible to avoid overcrowding at emergency centers health workers say basic measures to prevent corona virus from spreading in the crowded conditions seem to be working on you know the fact there have been no coronavirus patients in this area proves that we are doing the best we can. weather experts are warning more heavy rain is expected over much of japan florence al-jazeera. hong kong's government has banned the unofficial anthem often sung by pro-democracy protesters.
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education secretary kevin young says schools should stop students from singing the glories of hong kong or any other songs containing strong political messages denouncement was made just hours after beijing set up a national security bureau in hong kong the office will be a base for chinese intelligence agents to oversee the enforcement of new security laws imposed on the city. and the reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera the prime minister of ivory coast some ado gone coulibaly has died at the age of 61 the president says the nation is in mourning coulibaly was taken to hospital after he fainted during a cabinet meeting he had to return to ivory coast last week after a prolonged stay in france for a heart exam was chosen in march to be the governing party's candidate for the
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october presidential election. the number of confirmed corona virus cases in the united states has now passed 3000000 a record 60000 new infections have been registered in a single day more than 130000 people across the us have now died that's the highest death toll of any nation despite that secretary of state mike pompei also as the world is looking to the u.s. for guidance. of course the u.s. remains the world leader in the pandemic. goes without saying and there are multiple dimensions as i've talked about each of them certainly the vice president has forced talks about them as well but whether that is the technical scientific solutions. both to how to stop the spread whether that's their pyrex or vaccines the world turns its eyes to the best scientists and researchers and practitioners of the sciences that will ultimately bring resolutions probably it's the united
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states that the world looks to the u.n. secretary general and one of the testers says the conflict in libya has entered a new phase in a virtual session of the united nations security council but parish condemned foreign interference in the fighting saying it had reached unprecedented levels the un says more than 100 civilians were killed in libya between april and june with the terrorist warning of more bloodshed in the city of syria. the u.s. president has hailed what he described as a tremendous relationship between his country and mexico donald trump has been holding trade talks with his mexican counterpart and the respond well look puzzled her daughter at the white house those are the headlines of my colleagues and oh how we'll have more news in half an hour coming up next it's people and power and i'll see you tomorrow thanks for watching but i. there is no channel of congress worldviews likely to the school of this campus like nothing you've ever
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seen. but we want to know is how do these things affect people visit me the state even when i know international law. al-jazeera really invests in that and that's a privilege as a journalist. 6 years ago and i learned a secret mass graves of babies was discovered near a home for unmarried pregnant women in an institution run by roman catholic nuns to find set off a scandal that has raised deeply disturbing questions about the fate of thousands of women and children and the relationship between the catholic church and the irish state in a special 2 parts investigation correspondent lawrence lee has been in search of answers.


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