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with a high of 25 degrees on saturday. enjoy. that's it. that's all see soon. ah . her domain, the intersection of reality and comedy and post revolution, tennis yeah. mm hm. mission to entertain, educates and provoke debate through satire, her weapon of choice, theater, an intimate look at what inspires one of tennessee, as most popular comedians to make people love. my tenea hair on al jazeera oh horse. it was not the right decision. lewalma city, police and texas had met. they waited more than an hour before confronting the
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government during chiefs day school shooting. prominent republicans led by donald trump, reject new gun restrictions at the n. r a conference. ah, i money inside this is out there a life and i are also coming up. protest across brazil, off to police are film suffocating, a black man with tear gas debasing columbia's future presidential candidates face off ahead of sunday's election. an un human rights chief michelle past lays credibility question near the end of a visit to china. ah, police in texas have acknowledged major failures in responding to the school shooting in val day. security officials have been criticized for waiting more than
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an hour in the school hallway before confronting the 18 year old killer. john henderson has the support from houston raleigh. it was a stunning revelation that might have caused children their lives course about the right to the wrong good. the texas director of public safety explained that while a gunman was shooting children inside, rob elementary school, police waited outside for 78 minutes. much longer than authorities had said earlier, saying police thought the gunman was barricaded alone and no longer a threat to children. he choked up for get home to work with her. looked children governor greg abbott and local residents reacted with fury. i was misled. i am livid about what happens like this is in the wire on the back of the car to protect and serve, protect cool. why did, why did they protect keith? as those shocking revelations came out, the gun man's mother made
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a humble plea that they could plaza. i have no words. i have no words to say because i don't know what he was thinking across the state of texas in houston. the national rifle association held its 1st convention in 3 years, despite the deaths of 21 people in nevada. ah, the former president, donald trump, is keynote speaker, stew, an unapologetic supporter of gun rice. as always in the wake of these tragedies, the various gun control policies being pushed by the left would have done nothing to prevent the horror that took place. absolutely nothing. ironically, due to his presence, no guns were allowed inside the gun convention. the crowd outside the convention is animated. the crowd inside there are thousands of people out there in their messages. the inner re, you'd go away. the massive throng protested the groups,
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timing and goals. oh, the hard high profile figures addressed the crowds inside and out. we had to feed you and we will overcome you and we will leave you behind. democratic congresswoman, sheila jackson lee says the n r a meeting is unwelcome in her district. we welcome them. as human beings and visitors, enjoy the city, but cancel your meetings. amid the din of the crowd, perhaps the most sombre demonstration was a child sized coffin, a reminder of just how high the stakes are in the american gun debate. john henry al jazeera houston greece has the keys. iran of piracy often sees to greek oil tankers. iran says they were captured for violations. these were the last locations of the 2 greek flag tank is tracked on the marine monitoring platform vessel. find where he says,
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arraignment helicopters landed on the ships and international waters 22 nautical miles off the call coast of iran. well, the move appears to be in retaliation for an incident that took place last month. that's when greek authorities detained a vessel carrying iranian oil, saying the ship's owners have russian lynx. well, that iranian oil was then confiscated by the us. iran, once that oil to be returned. cheese policies from the foreign policy thinks, hank, the quincy institute, he says the u. s. has a history of confiscating iranian oil rig status pattern in the past. in the past, the united states armed the fighting industries. i'm not talking about the trumpet instruction under the bi restriction as confiscated to iranian factors. so the all kept the money and this isn't hard on the rubric of sanctions enforcement. but the problem of course is these are us action us sanctions are not the same thing and it's national law and as a result don't have any outside of us territory. so the volume is i've responded
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with it again. i really doubt that the volumes would be targeting agree vessel. how did not reach how they under the instruction and collaboration with the us justice department targeted the cargo. so i don't see the value of gaining anything from them. certainly they're not getting any leverage. these are the, you're terms of pressing the europeans on the nuclear issue on the country. this is just adding more attention again, i think this is going to be the new future if there isn't a nuclear deal and what state is going to be a lot of to pass from both sides, trying to pressure each other. if there is ever any will give you reduction attentions and then there isn't any utility at all. any incentives on either side do these kind of outrage has spread across brazil off to mentally ill. black man was suffocated to death by the police on thursday. purchase against police violence and racism have been staged in said ga and sao paulo viewers may find images in
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monica. yet a key is report distressing. demonstrators burn tires in the city of wilma, all by northeastern brazil, where jenny valjean, we santa's was brutally killed. who was stopped by to federal highway patrol officers for riding a motorcycle without a helmet. the policeman tied up, santos threw him into the back of their car and released a tear gas can before closing the boot every day a broad i've always will. i asked and begged the police to let my brother out. they said no. then the video film by bystanders was widely shared on social media. it shows some to shouting and thrashing his legs as smoke fills up the car. he was taken to the hospital but died on the way. his coffin was accompanied by protesters on friday, demonstrators took to the streets in brazil's largest city so foam, coy, occlusal guard of the federal highway, police act like hitler's ss. this isn't to know the statement. this is the
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continuation of the police practice. we know well, they entered the communities for valence and black territories, killing people. earlier this week, more than 20 people were shot dead during the police raid on a criminal gang in a slum in rio de janeiro. what caused me phillotson, a black activist and slum dweller says, police violence will not solve drug related price. won't teacher athena prevailing when there's a shoot out in a slum. they are dis, but they are also serious consequences for innocent people living. yeah. will schools and health care facilities or shut down my the whole community is terrorized what i can imagine. what it's like for a child to find a body or a pool of blood on the way to close. this lomb has been peaceful for many months now, but just take a look at the bullet holes here on this wall. there are a reminder to residents that a shoot out can happen at any time. last year, more than $6000.00 brazilians were killed by the police,
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an average of 17 per day. most of them were black and poor. monica cannot give al jazeera rio de janeiro. gustavo rivera from the online magazine. the brazilian report says, police in brazil have been militarized. this case is still a chilling pattern of how bird of police forces can be in brazil. and i think one of the main issues is the lack of accountability, which has usually been the norm rather than the exception. police forces usually they are state, they are under the state administration in brazil, but they almost operate as a parallel for us in brazil, we have a militarized police force that we have the military police which sort of beat cops and then the civil police, which is the detectives and the investigations and the military police. they have
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a structure that really favors the use of force. we have a wave of very conservative for right politicians in brazil who adopt in the who we spouse. this should 1st ask later approach to crime. the present police is an extremely sadly chorus. that being said, there are in a few states initiatives to remedy that. for instance, in some fall where i'm talking from the state government started the pilot projects to to force police officers to where body cameras and the results have been incredible. we have seen a drop in the police lethality in the state of 31 percent. and within the pre 6, they use the body cameras, 85 percent. 3 of the 4 main candidates running for president in columbia have faced
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off in a final debate. polls place gustavo petro as be clay front runner. i had of sunday's elections. alexander ron pierre, 2 reports from bulger to one if so. so with only hours left before pulls open in columbia, the leading presidential candidates met for a televised debate with a new company. was the last chance to sway undecided voters in one of the most highly contested elections in years. pulse place gustavo paper as the clear front runner, he could become columbia, the 1st left his president for his 1000000 challenger center. right. federico gutierrez attacked what he described as his radical proposals among them. public patience reform that he says could put the country's economic stability at risk. oh yeah. yeah. you can, you have to be and as you and he's had a lot he's proposing taking in nationalizing people savings in pension funds as if this was public money when it is private savings. and they want to tell the 800000000 pension savers that those funds will be safe with me. what he's proposing
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is bread for today and hunger for tomorrow. petro responded saying gutierrez pretends being independent when in reality, supported by the corrupt and traditional politicians. colombians are tired of several large local media who stole schools, food and local hero, even killing people. so they part of the radical change party allied with the chocolate that suppose you haven't, you received all the political machinery and my fears. if this country, the allied with the current president, the candidates clashed and issues close to this affected colombian, voters from an equality to rising hunger, poverty, and unemployment. following the pandemic to the implementation of the p steel rising violence, corruption and drug trafficking that didn't get 20 centuries candidate said you for how to do who has been trailing in the polls, said is the candidate best place to fight corruption on all sides or killers.
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bullied the game. those are conspicuous by his absence. was the campaigns wildcard, 77 year old, right? leaning independent populous word. those were man, this was made a surprising jump in popularity. in the last few weeks for him, he held what he called at the bait with colombians. answering questions from supporters on his facebook page. better has been a head in the falls for months in his popularity shows how much the left has grown lately, both here in columbia and across latin america. but he will likely face run off against either gutierrez or done this. and his success remains uncertain. allison that i'm just with that and any? yeah. the condominium collapse in florida, the families of the victims have reached a settlement where more than a $1000000000.00 the bulk of the sussman fun will be paid out by insurance and engineering companies. 98 people died when the 12 story, talent, and stuff side partially collapsed in the middle of the night. international
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criminal court has a clear mandate investigate israel's killing of palestinian journalist as a war crime. as according to journalist lewis, he filed a case last month. they have now expanded at to include the shooting vouchers, errors sharina blackly was killed by israeli forces in the occupied west and any of this month. and he bought the reports from london. surely since last email to al jazeera in his room and got her in a minute while lead al armory, al jazeera jerusalem bureau chief, talking about the moments before his ready forces shocked at his colleague on the 11th of may in jeanine. ah, this event brought together the people who lodged a complaint with the international criminal court in april on 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 blackledge, 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. it is a long time to deliberately target us, and it is a want to hover on the wall. it is to stop the solid objective reporting on the ground documentation of human. and that's why jennifer time. and that's why we say this case is a serious, i mean i see ought to be looking at the target in general in particular, as opposed to other civilian death. the cases 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 rolled its 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
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ready armies never acknowledge any responsibility. how hopefully you can down the line to achieve any kind of justice for shipping and other policy. and journalists, given the fact that is right is not party 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 arrest of perpetrators. and then that has severe consequences for the individual perpetrator. whether that inside israel or not, al jazeera is preparing its own dossier, which it will submit to the i c. c, as well as serene killing. it includes the radio, so i can garza that destroyed the offices of al jazeera and associated press a year ago. on thursday,
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the palestinian authority says its own investigation established that is ready forces deliberately shut, sharing i will likely hitting her in the head while she was trying to escape. these ready media is reported that the ministry has no plans to launch a criminal investigation. the baba al jazeera london still had on al jazeera, a rebel grape, takes control of a town in the democratic republic of congo, displacing 70000 people in just a day on the whole reason, paris, where from gathering in that tens of thousands, the champions league final between livable and rail madrid. ah, there has been near record temperatures for the month of may across italy and the
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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 stumble, 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 here, temperatures will fall as well for that northwest slice of europe. very windy conditions across the northern areas of germany. i think we'll see winged us 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
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africa, it's going to be a rainy and windy weekend for cape town with a hive. 18 degrees on saturday. see you later. ah frank assessments. what are the political risks? robotic russian, oil, gas for western leaders, pull sanctions on russian energy, not sports. i was informed opinions, francie's not abandoning to fight against jedi, still resumed india, going to be teaching from nisha and from chad critical debate. could china actually help in russia's invasion of ukraine in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on al jazeera lou?
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ah welcome back here watching out a 0 mind if our top stories is our texas police say they made the wrong decision in not immediately entering a classroom to stop tuesday shooting 19 children and 2 teachers were killed. police have been criticized for waiting more than an hour before confronting the 18 year old killer. around says it sees to greek, oil tankers for violations happens, accuses toronto, piracy happen, dogs. greek officials assisted the u. s. and seizing and iranian vessel in the mediterranean. outrageous spread across brazil to mentally ill black man was suffocated to death by the police protest against police violence and racism have been held in the states of the jeep and south palo. you and human rights chief michelle bustling credibility has been called into question. as she near the end of
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a 6 day trip to china, scott details have been released of her visits within the country with many saying they were impeded by tight government controls. katrina, you has this report from vision. boy, it's the 1st trip to china by a u. n. human rights commissioner since 2005. but the details of michelle bachelor's visit had been hard to come by. or a 6 days she spent time in gong dro in china's south, as well as the cities of world woochie and cash gar in sheen. jung province. due to strict corona virus regulations, no reporters were allowed to travel with her. and many of her meetings, including with president she didn't king have taken place on the line before me. it is a good day with her to see how hulu or lucy though as the really law fuller is assume
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sustainable laurels rights. activists say government controls have prevented nationally from clearly assessing alleged atrocities, taking place against the weaker people. her visit was 1st planned in 2018, following widespread allegations that china was subjected regus to forced labor, sterilization and torture in several governments and rights groups. se beijing is guilty of carrying out genocide. i doubt she would have unfettered access to the region. no, i doubt she wouldn't be able to talk to the victims of the gunners abuses i saw. you know, i don't have high hopes it attention on shins. young has intensified this week, falling an unprecedented leak of police files purporting to reveal bleak conditions inside one of the province is notorious internment camps. thousands of mug shots and documents, including a speech ordering gods to shoot and kill those who try to flee. challenge china's
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description of the count as voluntary vocational training centers. there is nothing to do with poverty, alicia, and nothing to do with helping people to get job. it's about brutal, brainwashing. it's what putting them in prison like prison camps, guarded quite heavily on police. the ging has denied accusations of mistreatment cooling them the law of the century. it says its policies in the region are designed to stamp out terrorism that she didn't. pain defended china's human rights record on wednesday, saying it would not be patronized by other countries. but what michelle natalie says, her trip is not an investigation, but a mission to promote human rights. but critics fear this little it will achieve. katrina, you al jazeera, beijing in isolation says at least 72000 people have escaped fighting in the democratic republic of congo. in recent days, govern forces have been battling rebels from the m 23 group. and he congolese,
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the seeking refuge in neighboring uganda. government official says resources, a stretched to breaking point scale. the latest on ukraine president military zalinski says the situation on the eastern front line is extremely difficult. russian forces have advanced in their pushed to fully control the dumbass region and the areas in red, all courtney held by russia and it's separatists allies. the governor johan says ukrainian forces may have to withdraw from their laws pocket in the province as to avoid being surrounded. the city of savannah, don? yes, kaz seen some of the heaviest fighting russian forces a close to fully and sucking it. and rushing back rebels claim they now control the town of lee. man. ukraine says, fighting is ongoing. ne, the city president announced he says russia is concentrating all its foreign power
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in the dumbass region. as expected, the situation in the done box is extremely difficult. the occupiers are trying to achieve the goals they hoped to achieve in the 1st day of the war after february, the 24th, at least before the 100 day of the war. that's why they are concentrated, maximum artillery on reserves. they're using both miss island air strikes. me while a massive de mining operation is underway elsewhere ukraine. russian forces have lack mines behind as they retreated from towns near keith said miss robin reports from boucher 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 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 country. experts here in ukraine estimates that
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it could take as much as 5 years to clear the areas that have been re taken by the ukranian 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 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
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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 retaken by the ukranian government. this as russian forces that have re mobilized from areas like this one to the east and the south continue to gain ground and population centers. other towns and cities continue to fall to the russian advance champions, laying fine on between where madrid and liverpool will take place in paris. on saturday, the match was moved from st. petersburg g to the warn ukraine meeting. the stab to france host year was biggest club game for the 1st time in 16. yes. aris is that,
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oh, in the champions league it doesn't get much better than being a fan of rail madrid. by saturday nights the supporters could be celebrating title number 14 twice as many as any other club. i think we can be livable. we are not published by week 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 thing. the loss was in paris. i went to bodies in 1981 when we lost to liverpool. one. if 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
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dramatic comebacks. this competition has ever seen. france strike a carry. benjamin is the player who has made the difference to madrid's fortunes scoring 10 goals in the knockout stages and all, all are we what will not allow us to come over here, 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 with parker 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 than of course people off bus, 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 part though to go over it and, you know, hopefully we can, hopefully we can be the one celebrating with many more fans traveling than the
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seats. available tickets are being exchanged on the black market for up to $5000.00 and counting. that's several times the monthly earnings of those he lived next to the stud difference in sound, any one of the poorest areas in the country on this bridge. this is the separation between the normal felony i shall say with such for neighbourhood such as this one of homicide. 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 empties. they, for example, one thing can be to make tickets more affordable people of somebody because we are locals. here we welcome the world, but we can't go inside the said the font not staying locally. could make getting to the stadium difficult rail work as a planning a strike to coincide with saturdays final. on the pitch derailing madrid's french strike could be the only way to win 41 years of rail dominance. full rece out his air at paris.


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