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ah, hello i marianna mozy. welcome to the news, our ally from london coming up in the next 60 minutes. it's time for the i c. c to take action to send a clear message to these railey government and to all governments demanding justice for a journalist's life. algae era media network seeks international criminal court action over the killing of sharina block, laid grease accuses iran of piracy when 2 oil tankers, a seas bite. ron weeks after athens stopped a russian flag tank put, carrying iranian crude bread. the national rifle association convention opens just 4 hours away from a texas down reeling from a classroom massacre and aah!
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dancing queen goes digital abba's back on stage bits with a high tech difference. and in sports, we'll look ahead to saturdays champions. league final, between liverpool and rail madrid class at raphael, the dow and they've got a joke of it just that on calls to me to the french open quarter finals after both book their spots in the last 60 ah well welcome to the news. all your secretary of state antony blinkin has spoken to the israeli foreign minister about the killing of sharing apple. i played, the state department says he stressed the importance of israel completing their probes into killing. so let's get worn out from adam fisher who is live for us from the state department in washington. and we know that a criminal probe is not going to be conducted into this. what, what was the message from the secretary of state bank and what was he trying to
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achieve in this conversation? what the u. s. has been saying for some time that they want to see the results of this investigation quite quickly and of course has added pressure know that the palestinians of carried out their own investigation. just remember it's the usually millis military that are carrying out this investigation. the really military police decided it was not going to carry out a separate inquiry because they believed that no soldier had broken the law. so there is a great deal of pressure on the israelites from here at the state department, and also from the white house to make sure that this enquiry is conducted and conducted quickly. as we said, the palestinians carried out their own investigation. they are an absolutely no doubt that when sharon ucla was killed, that it was deliberate murder on part of the israelis know that the united states would like the palestinians to share the evidence with the israelites at the palestinians have in their possession the bullet that killed sharon, the at the release of asked for that to be handed over. the palestinians have said
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no, simply because they don't trust the israelis, they say that in the past, evidence has gone missing or has been used to acquit these release even though it pointed in a completely different direction. so that is why given that this report was released just more than 24 hours ago as that the at the americans are now putting pressure on the israelis to come up with a speedy inquiry. there's also the added question as well that a number of democrats, a significant number of democrats have asked for the f b i to investigate the killing of the journalist who of course, was a us citizen. but there's no sign that anyone here at the state department or the white house is pushing the israelis to accept an f. b. i investigation something that the palestinians and many in the international community would see a somewhat of an independent investigation into the killing. all right, thanks very much. and fisher, the latest on that from washington. when other development scenes,
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national criminal court has a can mandate to invest israel's calling of palestinian john less as a war. crime is, according to journalists and lawyers who filed a case last month, which has now been expanded to include the shooting of al jazeera as sharing how blackly she was killed this month while reporting in the occupied west bank, letting baba banks as his report. now she since last emailed to her jazeera news room and got her in a minute while lead alan murray al jazeera jerusalem bureau chief, talking about the moments before his ready forces shot dead. his colleague on the 11th of may, janine, ah, this event brought together the people who lodged a complaint with the international criminal court in april and behalf of for palestinian journalists, killed or maimed by his ready fire, while clearly identifiable as price. now they're adding new names to the file. sharina barclays, one of the arab world's best known reporters and her colleagues earlier. so moody shot in the back and injured moments before sharon was hit,
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one message came through loud and clear. at this event, there's no lack of evidence, but there's also new momentum behind calls for international action over israel's targeting of journalists and deliberately targeted us. and it is a welcome to hover of the wall. it is to stop the solid objective reporting on the ground documentation of human life. that's why jennifer time. and that's why we say this case is a serious, i mean i to see ought to be looking at the target in general in particular, as opposed to other civilian death. the case is being brought by the international federation of journalists, the palestinian journalist syndicate and the international center of justice for palestinians. when they say last year marked a turning point. when the i c c road, it's jurisdiction extended to the occupied palestinian territory. according to reporters without borders, at least 30 journalists, mostly palestinians, had been killed by his ready fire in the west bank and gaza since 2000. these ready
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armies never acknowledge any responsibility. how for you that the licensee can down the line to achieve any kind of justice for shipping and other policy and journalists, given the fact that is right not potty to the c c given it's track record of of non investigation. pre trial chamber ruling is very clear. the surest diction criminal jurisdiction extends over the territories that we're speaking about. and that means that the i, c, c, prosecutor can issue a warrant for the rest of perpetrators. and then that has severe consequences for the individual perpetrator, whether they're inside israel or not. aah! al jazeera is preparing its own dossier which it will submit to the i. c. c. as well as sharina killing. it includes these radio striking garza that destroyed the offices of al jazeera and the associated price a year ago. on thursday, the palestinian authority says its own investigation established that israeli
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forces deliberately short sharina blacklist hitting her in the head while she was trying to escape. he's ready, media is reported that the military has no plans to launch a criminal investigation. the barber al jazeera london when other developments that palestinian health ministries, as a teenager boy has been killed by israeli forces they mohammed, her name was 15 years old. official say he was shot 3 times during a confrontation in the town of al harder south of bethlehem. as where are the top story this? our greece is accused iran of piracy. after it ceased to break oil tankers, iran says they were captured for violations. bass monitor, greek authorities seized a vessel carrying iranian crude off the great coast, sang the ships on his hand. russian lynx, the oil was then confiscated by the u. s. terran is calling for that oil to be returned. john saragossa has more now from offense. the great point of view,
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this isn't a tit for tat. they are saying that the iranian seizure goes against fundamental rules of international law and seaborne trade. the greek side has alerted the european external action service and plans to get the european union fully involved in this and says that the incident is going to have a very adverse effect on e. you iranian relations, which obviously should be of interest and concern to run because the use heavily involved and talks that are trying to re cement the joint comprehensive plan of action. the iranian nuclear deal would lift those sanctions on radian oil effectively. so the european union often assigns to the greeks charges the greeks with sanctions enforcement operations on the high seas, often in the middle of the mediterranean. and that means that i think we'll be hearing from the greeks in due course,
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a full justification that is legally bound about what they did with respect to that cargo of iranian crude oil change policies. the executive vice president of the claim seems to, to foreign policy think tanks and joins us now on skype from washington. and so this comes at a time, a soaring energy prices, deadlocks, nuclear negotiations, and another assassination inside. iran, y is terran dumbness now. well, i think it absolutely is it, because we've seen this pattern in the past in the past, the united states on that of byron street. not talking about the truck with under the bios ration as confiscated to iranian factors. so the or, and kept the money. and this has been hard on the rubric of sanctions enforcement, but the problem of course is these are u. s. u, a sanctions are not the same thing as international law, and i was resolved, don't have any validity outside of u. s. territory. so the ones that responded and retaliated against that,
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and what i think we maybe see here is peak into what the future will hold if the nuclear talks there. because if the nuclear talks, the united states doesn't have much more leverage in terms of imposing sanctions. but it will focus on, instead of force, other sanctions, legally, or the bi, confiscating iranian on on the high seas. and there's a lot of you, i know on the ice is because the writers have been pumping oil but have had difficulty selling it. so there's plenty of, or more than 25000000 barrels of the line on the high seas usa target. as you say, this could compromise, it will complicate or undermine nuclear negotiations. and one of the main sticking points that we've spoken about is the designation of the iranian outputs organization as a terrorist group is one of the things that stole in these negotiations. is iran hoping that a seizure like this would give it the upper hand in some way,
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particularly when we see a cost of living crisis in many western countries and inflation being filled by a food crisis. as a result for nuclear and high energy prices? i really doubt and i really doubt that the lions would be targeting agree vessel. had it not been for the great how big on the instruction and collaboration with the us justice department target is the cargo. so i don't see the line of gaining anything from them as, as certainly they're not getting any merge. these are the, you're terms of pressing the europeans on the nuclear issue on the country. this is just adding more tensions. again, i think this is going to be the new future if there isn't a nuclear deal and we're still going to be a lot of to pass from both sides, trying to pressure each other. if there is any, will give the whole going to reduction attentions and then there isn't any utility at all the incentives on either side. but one is like it has any kind of progress on that vital nuclear track. when we see these tit for tat tank seizures that
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increase tensions between iran in the u. s. and iran in europe. well, the us may have calculated that this is a signal to the audience by taking the wrong and cargo in the military. and showing that the us is willing to ratchet operations. and as a result, pressure the volumes to sign onto the agreement with the conditions that the us, once we've seen that iran, you, they're not responding pressure in the manner at the us. once. instead, they're counter pressuring and certainly that type of kind of pressure is not something the us either to go towards a compromise. so these are all over all extremely helpful developments are not in any way shape or form increasing the likelihood already. green trees have parssi from the quincy institute, joining us from washington, d. c. thank you. thank you so much bye. watching and use our life from london more
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still to bring you on the program. we look at ukraine's massive operation to cat landmines, left behind, after rushes retreats as shock and outrage in brazil after the death of a black man at the hands of police is captured on video. coming up later with jama level for squad were given a special send off as they left the paris. we hear from both teams on the eve of the champions league, fine. ah! america's biggest gun lobby is going ahead with a major convention just 3 days after 19 children and 2 teachers were shot dead in an elementary school in ovalo, texas. oh wow. protested, have been gathering outside the convention center in the state's largest city. euston, where the national rifle association is holding its 1st meeting in 3 years. for me
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as president donald trump is along those are expected to address the convention. but to texas governor greg abbott dropped out of speaking in person. all of this as texas police phase questions about the way they handle the shooting. the benefit of hindsight, where i'm sitting now, but of course it was not the right decision was the wrong decision period. there was no, no excuse for that. but again, i wasn't there, but i'm just telling you from what we know. we believe there should have been an entry of that as soon as you can when there's an active shooter, but the rules change is no longer okay. it's no longer burke, it we don't have time. don't worry about louder printers. and by the way, check to some braces, active shooter trading, active shooter certification. and that that dog doctrine requires office. we don't care what agency you're from. you don't have to have a leader on the see. every officer lives up stack, so goes and finds what those rounds are being fired out and keep shooting until the
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subject is dead period. texas governor greg abbott has been speaking from laval day, texas, about his anger over the way police handle the shooting. the information that i was given turned out in part to be inaccurate. and i'm absolutely livid about that. and here is my expectation. my expectation is that the law enforcement leaders that are leading the investigations which includes the texas rangers and the f b r. they get to the bottom of every fat, with absolute certainty. there are people who deserve answers the most. and those are the families whose lives have been destroyed. they need answers that are accurate, and it is inexcusable that they may have suffered from any inaccurate information
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whatsoever. when i joined by john hendern who is at the national rifle association convention in texas. 2 what are you hearing from the an r a convention that young well, there is a lot of anger over what you are the governor talking about their 1st of all, back, police keep correcting their story day after day and now they're saying it was 78 minutes while police stood outside his children are being shot inside, but here in their streams of use. and what people are really upset about outside of this convention is that it's being held in their view in sensitivity days. c after $41.00, people were killed elsewhere and i talked to jack and lee congresswoman who is in charge of with what you're hearing. by the way, is people hearing anyone he walked out of that convention anyway? congresswoman sheila jackson lee said it could be an array, had any heart they wouldn't have held this convention right now. but inside the
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convention there's a very high profile speakers to we heard from wayne lapierre. he is the ceo of the national rifle association. he, he had this to say, to quote the late president ronald reagan. we must reject the idea that every time a laws broken society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. a it's time to restore the american precept that each individual is accountable for his actions. and that's why we the n. all right, we'll never, ever stop fighting for the right of the innocent and the law barring to defend themselves. oh and outside they were prominent speakers is well there is a podium,
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not far from me. were thousands of people. you could see some of them here on the street afterwards. these are thousands of people, all of them on a. 2 that's occurring across the street, particularly upset that it's happening with this timing. this is a bigger crowd than i saw at the enter a convention in 1099. that was right after the littleton, colorado massacre. but one of the speakers that drew these people here is the democratic candidate for governor here in the state of texas. and that is the beta overall. here's what he had to say. with for those in power. and you old office right now and who are in the way and refuse to act. please promise me you will get in their faces before another child is shot
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in their face. ah hes, the speaker is the inside of maria pope. i think we had ted cruz not long ago. what everyone's waiting for inside the n r a convention is a former president, donald trump and unapologetic fan of gun rights. and i don't think we can expect him to back off of that. he has not given in to criticism in the past when there been school shootings or other events like that. so i think we can expect him to say that the answer here is not to restrict guns. what we've been hearing from other republicans. they want to track down on mental health screening and they want teachers to own guns. it particularly a point of view out here on the street. we expect to hear from the president. sure, thank you very much. from houston, texas, john hendern joining us. oh,
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our white house correspondent, kimberly how kit is also following the latest developments in washington and reported early is that a deal on father gone control measures might be close. often we have had, after these types of mass shootings in the united states, a lot of despair over the fact that there doesn't seem to be any action taken to prevent the next one. this time there seems to be at least an ag glimmer that there might be some sort of discussion happening on capital hill that things could be changing. and why this is significant is the fact that there has up until now been legislation this from past in the house of representatives. but once it gets to the upper chamber, the senate in the u. s. congress. oh, what happens typically is that the handful of republican senators, conservatives tend to block the legislation and nothing happens from there. this time. some of those very same senators are working with some democrats, is about
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a group of 10 of them. and they're looking at a number of different measures, for example, red flag laws to try and keep hand guns and other types of weaponry out of the hands of mentally ill or those that could cause harm to others. boosting school security, putting in funds in place for that and also expanded background checks. and there's also discussion about potentially bringing back something that was in place for about 10 years. and the nice met, the assault weapons ban expired. but what we're hearing now is that there could be talk about reviving that. so there's some helpful science in terms of those who are hoping for some gun control legislation. we're even hearing that this vote could potentially take place in june to try and get some legislation passed. so there are some encouraging signs for those that are hoping to see legislation that would prevent these types of tragedies. now i want to catch up on what's been happening
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in ukraine. the governor of the hans region is saying to some of the city of savannah, don, yes is now surrounded by russian forces. 90 percent of homes that have been damaged by shelling russian back separatist also say they've taken control of the strategic ro, white town of niemen. ukraine admits that russia has an advantage in that dumbass region and wants western countries to give them heavy weapons to help them defend the territory. when massive oppression is on the way to clear land lines that have been left in ukraine, russian forces scattered them around towns near the capital keys when they retreated. same bas ravi reports now from the town of butcher. the united nations estimates that ukraine is now one of the most heavily mind countries in the world and not just because of the most recent russian invasion that's been going on for months now. but from a conflict that's been. ready raging in the east of the country since 2014, since the invasion began, russia has left so much an exploded ordinance and so many land mines all over the
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country. experts here in ukraine estimates that it could take as much as 5 years to clear the areas that have been re taken by the ukrainian government. the mining teams like these ones are carrying out regular sweeps on land in farming communities in residential areas, as well as bodies of water, all around the key region, as well as all around the country mines unexploded ordinance. all these things remain a serious an imminent threat. people have set them off as well as tractors and fields, cars on the roads, even after russia has retreated from a lot of these areas, there continue to be losses of life and property from the things that they've left behind. in fact, every single national park and forest area in key was currently off limits because of the threat of mines that might be there as well as us. so want to explode, ordinance. the government says they have $500.00 d mining experts that are
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currently operating and that's for the whole country. a country that is one of the largest in europe, and they need to train up 500 more. still a drop in the bucket for what needs to be done. they need more experts that can be mine areas and deal with unexploded ordnance. they need more vehicles as well. that can then carry those mines and explosives away to areas where they can carry out controlled explosions and, and get rid of the threat. the slow pace of this work means that it is taking longer for people to return to their homes and towns and cities that have been re taken by the ukrainian government. this as russian forces that have re mobilized from areas like this one to the east and the south continued to gain ground and population centers, other towns and cities continue to fall to the russian advance. finance hon minister is in the us to discuss the countries plans to join nato. baker vista says turkeys objections to philip and sweden joining the alliance must be resolved by
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next month. us actually stay, anthony blink, and says he is confident their applications will move forward. with general phillip breedlove as a retired, 4 star general and the u. s. air force and has served as the commander of the us european command and was the 17th supreme allied commander of nato allied command operations. general breedlove is now distinguished chair at the middle east institute joins us live now from santa rosa beach, florida. if i can stop by asking you about recent developments inside ukraine, russia is concentrating on advancing in the east of the country. and we seem to be seeing the fierce this fighting, taking place in the town of sarah danny ads are the ukraine is going to be able to push the russians back. well, that will depend a lot on how much the west can get help to ukraine in the form of the artillery and the rounds that they need to continue their fight. russia after a severe defeat around key after another defeat in the,
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in the northeast part of their country has now really focused its efforts. as you say. busy in the, in the area around donates. and lou got and, and they're trying to close those pockets that are still there of fierce ukraine resistance. didn't can some ways if they were able to cause those pockets and take full control of the dumbass region that, that might be the catalyst to talks. if it were to enable president who tend to declare some kind of victory in a conflict that pops otherwise hasn't gone according to plan? well, i believe that's what he's trying to do. it's clear that he knows now his army is not going to be able to press the attack all the way to odessa, and they don't have the force to have a more ambitious move in the east. and so i think what they're trying to do is close out and consolidate the dorm boston area. and then try to sue
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or ask for a cessation of hostilities and tried to consolidate their gains. so just to be playing, you don't think that they will be able to surround your client and, and cut off the see board and effectively sort of the country's economy and trade from, from the inside. he didn't think that that's possible now. well, let's clarify what you're talking about. we were talking about the land war. they are currently doing pretty good job of blockading the coast and holding up the grain shipments and, and having a severe impact on ukraine. but if you're talking about being able to close the land portion of the shore line all way through desk are actually i the language section of the sea line at yup. city like yeah, i believe the russians have determined that they are not able to do that. now they took,
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they have taken such damage to their forces that they are trying to find that way. as you mentioned before, a way to declare a victory by consolidating what they have now, the boss, you make a good point about the food prices, and i think we can comb prices of jumped over 40 percent at 28 percent for corn, russia and ukraine combined represent about 30 percent in global we exports, but it does, he have, does present, present, have a significant advantage in being able to blockade ukrainian grain exports. if it's going to deepen a food, a global food crisis on a humanitarian crisis, in many countries. i believe that's exactly what he's doing. the word that's being used. we've used since 2014 is he has weaponized being now food like b, like he weaponized energy in the 2014 war. and so he intends to make the
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world suffer in order to get the stuff the world to, to release some of the, the strangling economic measures that we have taken on him. and so this is a matter now that not only nato, but the e, u and other western nations and northern african nations are going to need to stand up to mr. newton in the u. n. and other places and, and, and attack this weapon, zation of food. i mean, it's, this is important because it's going to affect the wells poorest and vulnerable the most. and i mean, the west going to be faced with a choice when they will have to they will have to ultimately ease sanctions in order to prevent napping a catastrophic food crisis and food shortages in many of these places. that's exactly what mr. putin is trying to do right now. he's trying to manipulate this
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issue to his advantage that these, these sanctions are crushing and they are, that they are causing him great concern inside his country where, which is frankly right now. his biggest concern is maintaining control of the narrative and maintaining control of his people to support this war. and so he will use this tool to try to force the west to give him a some relief. i can't general philip be love joining us from santa rosa, florida. thank you. at the news, our life in london. more still ad on the program. look at santa goals, customers conflict when you'd fighting, displaces tens of thousands with many fleeing to the gambia practice for them on a co going for a didn't die to plan for this australian driver sport. ah,
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there's been near record temperatures for the month of may across italy and the balkans. hello everyone, but things are changing this because we have showers and thunderstorms rolling through the area, so big drop in those temperatures, zagreb 18 degrees and sorry evo, just the high of 20. we've also got active, whether downpours of rain to be expected around tune is also for italy, sicily island in the forecast on saturday. let's also talk about the heat for turkey is stan bowl 28 degrees. i think you're going to see your 1st 30 degree day of the year over the course of the weekend, up to 33 on sunday, well above average. and that stellar stretch of weather will continue over the next few days. other side of the mediterranean temperatures have come down in lisbon to 23, seville, you're still up to 35, but in the days to come,
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your temperatures will fall as well for that northwest slice of europe. very windy conditions across northern areas of germany. i think we'll see wind gusts about 80 kilometers per hour over the course of the weekend that could cause sun damage. now for africa around the gulf of guinea, not seen as intense storms as we have seen over the last few days. and for south africa, it's going to be a rainy and windy weekend for cape town with a high of 18 degrees on saturday. see you later. ah. you on al jazeera as washer raising the coaches, the 100 day more. we bring you the latest from on the ground on the wars global impact. a new 3 part series describes the struggle for the return of african art, clumsy by colonialism, and still housed in european museums today. the g 7, i'm need to hold please. somebody with the water ukraine on the growing global food
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or the cost of living crises, this much to discuss is the influence of far right. politics grows. the big picture examines francis struggle to live up to the self proclaimed ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity. the men's world helped boulevard a middle boise opportunity for countries to secure their support for katara 2022 june on al jazeera, on counting the cost. biden launches his plan, the u. s. economic engagement in asia. well, it pounds of china's income in the region, western capital ledge, billions of dollars to ukraine's economy. but is it enough and will advocate see a boom from the global scramble from metro? counting the cost on algebra ah,
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come back, look at the main stories now. u. s. secretary of state antony lincoln has spoken to israel's foreign minister stressing the importance of concluding probes into the killing of elders there john is sharing blacklight. earlier, a group of lawyers announced it will take the case to the international criminal court at the hague. iran is saying it sees to greek oil tankers. they say violations last long. greek authorities seized a vessel carrying iranian, put off the great coast, sang the ship's owners had russian, lynx and u. s. is biggest gone, lobbyist off, and it's major convention in texas just 3 days after the countries was school shooting in the den 19 children and 2 teachers were killed in the attack now and all the stories are following the killing of a black man by police is led to outrage across brazil, demonstrators have gathered in front of the federal highway police headquarters in south palo demanding justice for the man. video of the incident was shad widely on
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social media and a warning that somebody was might find the following images and want to pay on a chasm for the set up a valid still got a thing to police officers pinned down as any voltages we soon to show a blackman bay say was resisting arrest, then the trap him inside the smoke filled trunk of their police car. oh, look at that man there. oh my god, they're killing him inside the car, says one witness. video of the incident went viral on social media. protests have been held in his hometown in boulder in northeastern brazil and shock and outrage expressed across the country. for years human rights activists have accused police in brazil, of discrimination, brutality in excessive force. on tuesday, the day before santos died, dozens of people were shot dead during a police raid on a criminal gang in rio de janeiro. shoshua complex up?
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yes, another massacre jennifer bell aids truly shocking. we cannot allow it to be normal that the state enters of her valor and leaves with 20 or more dead. relatives of santos say he was unarmed and suffering from heart problems and skill prina. the federal highway police have open an investigation into his death in a statement. they said santos was actively resisting the officers who pulled him over. they immobilized him then used instruments of lester offensive potential to contain him. something was taken to the hospital doctor say, who was dead when he arrived at the emergency room. the police officers involved have been suspended, but many in brazil, fear this may be another example of institutional brutality and racism within the police. monica not give al jazeera rio de janeiro. we want to go to columbia. now people, they're heading to the polls on sunday to elect
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a new president. a leftist is favorite to win for the 1st time, and that prospect is deeply dividing. the country are sandra beauty reports on this . now from aga tom, he then show candidate and former rebel gustavo, pe throws, galvanized millions, especially young voters by promising to change this deeply, unequal country. don't be a lot. the 20 year old is stephanie of them. you decided to volunteer for petra's campaign after she was unable to pay for her college. during the pandemic and her parents struggled to keep their small shop open. boy not i had meant to come home. it's been very difficult as a young columbian to live in such precarious conditions when it comes to work and access to health and education. and i believe that petro is betting on changing all of this. ah, last year she joined tens of thousands of other young colombians to protest against living conditions. there were some of the most violent demonstrations, columbia seen in decades. the police track down only slaying the discontented,
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those outraged by the countries widening inequality. i don't know where the fault protests have been very inactive, politically, but with all the injustices and killings, i could not remain indifferent. it was the desire pings to be different for us. the symbol was that it is backed by many poor working class colombians, but viewed with alarm by business men and some middle class photos. they fear his plans to fall oil development, already distribute pension funds to put economic stability at risk. this letter sent by the manager of one of the biggest mail companies in the country, urging suppliers not to vote for petro went viral last week. it says pedro with put that risk private property and the freedom of enterprise in the country. a federal clause has also been added to a number of contracts this year, allowing the parties to scrap the deal. if the former get comes to power,
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you'll get the mighty of this who runs one of the best known colombian fashion houses. if not hiding a support for patrons main rival, for that he could have seen as a continuation of business friendly policies of president the van to care for your place here. i prefer the devil. i know i've said many times in south america, the left has never been successful from cuba downward. that's the example. but with more than 20000000 people living in poverty and rising violence, bolts show that 70 percent of colombians once change, not all of them believe fit, those proposals are the right ones. but enough people could decide to give him and the left a chance. allison that m p a t t l t v, and i will look that on conflict in the castles region of santa color, sending a steady stream of refugees into gambia, far as she se, tens of thousands of people living in the border region have been displaced that fit the number will rise as the fighting escalates and interests reports. now from the synagogue b,
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a border in lesson to once the gumby and village of jack is seen its population swell by 17 percent. oh, if it's just 1300 meters from the trouble. sannicolas region of cosmos. it's one of the 1st points, of course, for refugees, whenever fighting close up. oh wow. my jeweler come are, i didn't want to leave our home at 1st. she was 9 months pregnant. but as fighting intensified, she changed her mind. now that they got a little math and i had no luck when the drones started dropping their bombs, i decided it was time to leave everything behind to save myself and my unborn child tired of running a pi, a butcher, now wants to make the gambia, his permanent tool having been displeased 4 times since 1982. you will not alma, there's nothing to go back to them. i just want to have some peace in life before i die, lou. running back with very few resources new arrivals. look up to refugees like
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momma nessie who's been in the gambia for nearly 30 years. we can write her by any and a by deborah, we make money working menial jobs. it's with that income that we support ourselves and newly arrived. i give you my just workers speak of unexploded ordnance is literally the border area between gambia and sandy go. it's not it's safe for us as active for both live in written device. so it's not safe for the damned and hopeless on it and, and what about as well as most cost, what are my grants? who i wouldn't have ambien bed to also go back to the customer. the customer's comfort broke out in 1982. when rebels launch of secession campaign to break away from senegal, the conflict has forced more than 10000 people from their homes. hopes for a peaceful resolution came, one rebels declared a unilateral cease fire. but expectations who had dashed to wet hosp till it is
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resumed in january. this year, cousins lies behind this bush. over the past 2 months, an estimated $6000.00 refugees have cost this border into the gambia with fighting flaring up again, more are expected. but after 4 decades of conflict, resources are overstretched. along with patients of some of the host border communities, here in the gambia or the current bill trip build up and fighting in the casa mouse . many refugees, tier things could get too far in the coming ones before they get any better. how many degrees algebra oprah? what on the gum? b. as in golf, border, united nations is wanting. 72000 people, a flat dimes in the democratic republic of congo. in the past. 8 days alone. government forces a battling fighters from a group known as m. 23 in the east of the country. the violence has spread close to the provincial capital of goma, since erupting late last week. now can web reports,
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ah, tens of thousands of people in the east of the democratic republic of congo have fled their homes in fear of their lives. in rome event that was m $23.00 rebels that were chasing us. the m $23.00 rebel group has taken several small town. some of the residents have fled to neighboring uganda, others towards the regional capital goma churches in schools like this one. over run with people seeking shelter. luna merger. we saw people being killed by stray bullets and those who could save themselves. here. the colonies army launched accounts are offensive and be taken some of the territories. congress government says neighboring veranda is behind them. 23, supporting it with weapons and soldiers. rwanda denies it. new post, so we have the government don't believe that the m $23.00 rebels themselves have the military equipment which they claim to have on the ground, according to the reports from our soldiers. this is why our suspicion of foreign
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support is confirmed. 10 years ago and 23 took control of swathes of east and congo . un investigators said it was backed by rwanda. congress ami eventually defeated them with military support from the un and other african countries. this time congos army has struggled to contain the attacks launched by 23 over the last 6 months. both uganda and rwanda have been accused of fueling congo conflicts and looting mineral edison. they invaded in the 1990, a recent attempt to get the 3 president together for talks in kenya's capital. my roby failed to produce results. the violence in humanitarian crisis at growing, and the un says it's deeply concerned. malcolm web al jazeera semi's from taiwan. the military is conducted for days of exercises as part of its missile drills military's rece video of anti aaron, anti ship missiles launching from worships and coast guard patrol boats in the
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islands. east and waters may be officials say the jewels are conducted. test combat readiness, and demonstrate military's determination to safeguard the security of the strait major. consider taiwan to be a province of china, which time on views, taiwanese is a threat to itself. warranty threat on whole recent power is where the funds are gathering in that tens of thousands for the champions league final between livable and rail madrid. ah. castle airways official airline. the john with
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mm. pool official airline of the john. ah, oh wow. ah, it's point now with gemma. thank you, mary. i am no joke of it is
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a step closer to retaining the french open title. the wild number one have no problem getting pastors, levine, alisha bed, nate to reach the 4th round jock of it and wrapping up a straight, sets victory in one hour and 45 minutes. the sub is yet to drop the sat in the torments and faces argentina is diego schwartz mon next the possibility of a joke of which a rough found that our quarter final is still long after rafa also got his place in round for the 13th time friendship and champion sore off dutchman. oh, take a vandals. angela in 3 sets. is funny at plays and felix. i was i obviously next he's coached by in the dallas uncle tony. it was part of rough esteem until 2017. my uncle. i don't think he will be able to talk to want me to loose. oh, without a doubt, but he is a professional. i case with them. i would play a high them or what's gonna happen if he's gonna stay in the box or not. but i,
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i don't care i, i have fancied all problem with that. we know it was a possibility that we eventually i would play rafa when i'm working with tony and actually now he's also present here and, and his and his grandson. but i think tony will watch from unusual place and then and joy to march and the women's draw olympic champion. belinda ben church was knocked out by canadian teenager layla fernandez. last is usa from finest advances to the last 16 for the 1st time. she'll face american amanda and it's a movement. next is not just the tennis is going on in paris with saturdays champions. league final between val madrid and liverpool or phone taking place that the matches moved from st. petersburg gee to the war and ukraine. meaning the stop to france, heis, europe's biggest club game for the 1st time in 16 years. pool races there. oh, in the champions league it doesn't get much better and being a fan of rail madrid. by saturday nights the supporters could be celebrating title
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number 14 twice as many as any other club. i think we can bid livable. we are not satisfy with 1310 business. liverpool contingent, a praying for may 7th trophy and revenge for defeat to madrid in the 2018 final. oh, i think this is our year madrid, 170 last 7 bought the last name. the loss was in paris. i went to bodies in 1981 when we lost to liverpool. why neil, i remember that the history matters, but it's the present that has people tipping this final to be a classic. these teams aren't just the best on the european stage. the season are also the most exciting. liverpool have a beautiful chemistry in attack. while madrid have mounted some of the most dramatic comebacks. this competition has ever seen. france strike carrying benjamin is the player who has made the difference to madrid's fortunes scoring 10 goals in
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the knockout stages. lol, are we what we're not really that familiar, but we're not, i'm treating the final naturally getting into the final is a big success for us. we know how demanding this club is and all about the clubs history. we think we have had a very good season in reaching the final has been very important for us. now we are very close to achieving something huge the season and we will give our all to achieve it. broke out and put all liverpool have more than one special striker as they going to stop rails run of 7 winds in a row in the european final of course as geometry. and of course people bring up but which is focused on trying to win this game. we want to win the trophy we, you know, when you get to the fair, you know, you're so close. but it's the hardest, harder to go over than, you know, hopefully we can, hopefully we can be the one celebrating with many more fans traveling than the seats. available. tickets are being exchanged on the black market for up to $5000.00 and counting that several times. the monthly earnings of those who lived
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next to the stub deferrals is summed any one of the poorest areas in the country on this bridge. this is the separation between the normal follow me, i should say, with such poor neighborhood such as this one of whom was on and on the other side. the said the false, where there is there are many major international events, such as the final of the youth, which empathy, for example, one thing can bid to make tickets more affordable for people of so many because we are locals. here we welcome the world, but we can't go inside the said before. not staying locally could make getting to the stadium difficult. rail work is a planning a strike to coincide with saturdays final. on the pitch the railing, madrid's french striker could be the only way to win 41 years of rail dominance. pole rece out is there at paris. as you saw that both teams in paris making their final preparations ahead of the game. earlier on friday, liverpool were given a special send off to wish them luck as they departed the cities john men and add
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port for the french capital in the wake of cheese days, a deadly school shooting in texas major league baseball teams, the new york yankees and tampa bay race of used their social media accounts to highlight the issue of gun violence, the yankees on res played each other on thursday nights. but instead of tweeting about the game, they offered facts about the impacts of gun violence. tampa bay also announced they've made a $50000.00 contribution to a gun that safety support fund. it seems like a really interesting way to approach this through the social media channels. it doesn't affect the actual broadcasts of the game, but lots of people follow on on devices. and between the 2 teams and you get about 4300000 followers on twitter and 3.3 on instagram. now obviously there's going to be some duplication there. but that's a lot of people to be reaching with this message, but i just came back from the states yesterday and, you know, the feeling the feeling is that every time this happens,
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the response is the same. in this time, the response is finding new ways i think, to get its message out there. the reaction is pretty much the same. but this followed the day before steve kerr, who's the coach of the golden state warriors and the n b a playoffs. they were playing in dallas 22 nights ago and in the press conference before the game, he didn't speak about the basketball. he just, he just spoke about how horrible this whole thing is in the sequence of events in america that keeps going. and steve kerr is a person whose father was assassinated when he was the dean of the american university in bay route. so he has experience with gun violence and informing one shall a class at the fastest time in practice that if his high race them want to take on pray on sunday, it was a good day for, for our is then on the teacher that carlos science was the 2nd quickest in monte carlo on friday. the class at the pace in sessions. former winner around this
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circus, monica daniel recalled. it had a less rewarding day yesterday and crashed his mccarren at the swimming pool. she came on the famed street circuits, championship leader and current. well, champion max stockton was false. that is all your sport from me. it's back to mariam in london. ah, lovely, thanks very much. shanna. well now alba remains one of the biggest selling bands of all time, but they've not performed live since 1982 until now. groundbreaking technologies recreate at the site and sounds of the stars. if back reports on this now for london, back on the red carpet, all of the most successful bands of in the time. now in the seventy's, the swedish pot legends dissolved 40 years ago with their back on stage, sort of re materialize, digital form. ah, they have to describe what it is,
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because nobody has ever done that before as strange, wonderful thing when those voices come out of those lips and are those faces something very special app? the 1000 strong special effects team behind star wars use motion capture technology of the real life artist, to turn back the clock, transforming our data bure, benny and frieda into digital avatars of the youngest cells. or is they being cold, upper taz and perform alongside live musicians and it all feels a little uncanny really, really magical what they, what they've achieved. ah, yeah. it's like witchcraft, the fact that you can be on stage at the same time as you're out home walking the dog. you know, that was it. that was intriguing. the producers of the event to so confident of its success. it's taken up residency in this purpose built abba arena. the event raises
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the whole load of questions about whether or not people would be prepared to pay up to $200.00 as they are here to see a less legendary band in holographic form. and whether or not people are actually here seeing abba, or merely an abba apparition, smoke and mirrors sound and light. either way, reincarnating dead celebrities and bringing aging bands back from the brink is clearly a money spinner. how long is it just again, make and how and when is it becomes something that we recognize is in the library in the world. frank sinatra virtually performed in 2003, 2007, celine dion and elvis reform, together on american idol. i don't want it kind of funny to see virtual auditors so i think it'll get to see what happens in 2012, a holographic version of rap start to fax, hacker stunned audiences around the world. he'd been dead for 16 years, killed in a drive by shooting, not your thing, but how about buddy holly killed in
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a plane crash at the height of his fame or deceased opera? sta? maria palace. digital versions of the very much alive abba will go around the world until 2026. and who knows, it may soon be possible to download your own hologram at home. go to a gig, the better for helping the music industry as not millions to the have their make piracy and on license streaming, we could big profit from live acts leap off out to sara ludlow. well, that wraps up the news and i'll see in a couple of minutes. ah mm
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