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and closer findings, salaam witness on al jazeera. the latest news, as it breaks sharon's grave has now been sealed, but even after her death she continued to tell policy and story with detailed coverage. newly released report says that gun related death in the united states reach an all time high during the pandemic from around the world. the heavy pushback has long been a whole lot of the outgoing administration. rodrigo, today they had little tolerance with ah, a this is al jazeera ah,
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hello, i'm sam is a dime. this is the news. our live from dell ha, coming up in the next 60 minutes. ah, the town grieves for it's murdered children and teachers in texas. police admit they waited too long to intervene. at least $31.00 people are killed in a stampede at a church charity event in southern nigeria. russia's president says he's ready to look away. the ship grains stuck in ukraine's ports, but demands the west lift sanctions 1st. the un human rights chief defends her visit to china and says she raised concerns about badging, treatment of legal muslims. thousands of women are buried in unmanned graves across the rock and activists say, many of them are victims of domestic violence. women in iraq say laws don't go far enough to protect them from abuse and domestic violence. and we're just an hour
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away from kick off of the champions league final year again, crops. liverpool will take on round madrid in paris. shortly i came to stop the spanish giants from climbing a record extending 14th title ah 78 minutes. that's how long police in texas waited in the hallway of valdez rob elementary school before entering the classroom, where of 18 year old killer was hold up. for by the time officers broke in 19 children and 2 chief teachers had already been killed while students and teachers repeatedly play they do with 9. 11 all for is, is the help all the place chief told offices to wait. president joe biden is due to visit you val day on sunday. earlier, he spoke about the shooting at a graduation ceremony in delaware. as i speech,
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those parents are literally preparing to bury their children in the united states, america to bury their children to which violence too much fear too much grief. let's be clear. evil came to that elementary school classroom at texas. that grocery store in new york. far to many places where innocence have died. the face of such destructive forces, we have to stand stronger. we must stand strong. we cannot outlaw tragedy. i know we can't make america safer. chaper tansy is live, frost in washington, d. c. how that start with the latest police confession. basically she had that they
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waited too long to intervene. how is that going down with people? well i think obviously that there's shaka, the f, b i joined the investigation to what exactly happened. and clearly now they're looking at not just the motivations of the government, but also the response of authorities even before that investigation. all these investigations have completed, the director of state police has already said it was the wrong decision period. a lot of focus now on the valdez school districts police chief whose decision it was not to suttonberg, but the police. it had been out of them for hanging around for over an hour, as you suggested, because he decided that the gunman was now barricaded no longer an active shooter. despite the fact of those anguish 911, those not anguished. emergency calls from children insides inside the school. lot of attention on him. in fact, he's actually under police protection that we're on the storm and has actually been
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heard for much since since the, the 1st day or the 1st few hours after the shooting. and she had, despite all of this, america's biggest gun lobby is gone ahead with a major convention just 4 days after the mass shooting prominent republicans, led by donald trump rejected new gun restrictions. at that an hour a conference. every time a disturbed or demented person commits such a hideous crime is ow is a grotesque effort by seminar society to use the suffering of others to advance their own extreme political agenda. even more repulsive is their rush to shift blame away from the villains who commit acts of mass violence. and to place that blame on to the shoulders of millions of peaceful law abiding citizens. shabby, listened to comments like that. and you have to wonder how much change in thinking is going on right now and, and are
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a circles. how much impact has the public backlash had against the gun lobby? i think we really need to be careful when we talk about public backlash because of history is any guide. what happens is those who favor gun control get more vocal at least for a little bit, but those who are against more gun regulations, in fact, decide that look, this is more proof that the world is so dangerous that we should have more guns on the streets to protect ourselves, perhaps even because of the security, the lack of ability of the security forces are in the uniforms outside the school. and in fact, we always see this after mass shootings. you, sir, you'll see the graph of garden sales or it will usually peek after about shooting because there's that fear there. oh, maybe something will be done now and it goes, it never is. it never is done. so we need to be careful about who we're talking about when we talk about a, a public backlash for those who believe that they have the right tone. assault weapons, this just shows why they should have a supplement. even though in the specific case,
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it is perhaps the most clearest example off the an r a's usual argument. the only thing that stops a bad man with a gun is a good man with the gun. i think the it is always a man as well. and you know, clearly is it is simply did not happen in this case. meanwhile, we'll have the democrats do their performance of hand wringing, but biden's made it pretty clear that he's not gonna use his bully pulpit to try and really force the issue, perhaps change congressional rules. so that simple majority rule could, could pass, god could draw, he didn't even do that with his own, his own agendas. he's not going to do that now. i think perhaps now the democrats just hoping maybe this might and be more like have some craves or more enthusiasm on their own base of the pose because they're in base right now is pretty disenchanted with bite. and generally i thanks so much that was shabby taxi putting it all into perspective for us. thanks you have now at least 31 people have died after a stampede in southern nigeria. it happened at a church charity events in port harcourt. local media report say a large crowd turned up ahead of the event in
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a crash occurred when the venue opened to denison bar has more from a buddha. the police have confirmed that actually fatty one people were killed and 9 injured. but witnesses say in number could be higher than the officials. he go even by the police. the crowd had gathered any saturday morning waiting for a church that's harder problem used to distribute food items, clothing, materials to the less privileged. and they had got out of an open air spotting event area. so why would somebody officials to you should be command event, that is an hour before some persons tried to entry into a smaller entry point to be given. i mean, that's why we're trying to rush into the place. there was this deed and some of the people who have to know where crash. so the police is now investigating,
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trying to find with what cost to do. and also to go in has a code for investigations to find out where whether a security measures will actually differently put in place to ensure that such incident doesn't happen again. well as the world braces for a food crisis brought on by the war in ukraine. russia's friends and says he's willing to discuss ways to ship grain stuck in ukraine's ports in a phone call with the leaders of france and germany. vladimir putin said russia is ready to increase fertilizer exports, but only of sanctions are lifted. russia and ukraine account for nearly a 3rd of global wheat supplies. ukraine is also a major exporter of cooking oil. a care has been unable to export those supplies due to russia's invasion, which sent global food prices soaring on those that jabbar is in moscow,
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has more on putin's coal with my new micron and all our sholtes, the russian president told his a counterparts the as status of the military operation, he talked about how and there are a number of issues with the ships that are carrying ukrainian wheat that have been stuck on in the black sea. as a result of what the russians are saying are minds that are placed along the routes for them to leave in the black sea by the ukrainian military. now vladimir putin said that russia is willing to allow the passage of those ships are roughly around $300.00 of them and from the main port in odessa, in ukraine. and that is something that is up for discussion. but as that is something, of course that has to be done through the russian military. they president, the russian president also talked about how the negotiations have stalled between
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the 2 sides as a result of the key of government. not being serious and responding to at the offers that have been made by the russian negotiators. the last one being and made on april 15th of vladimir putin also stressed that the weapons that are being poured into ukraine, especially by the united states, are really exasperating. the situation on the ground than they are further destabilizing. the ongoing conflict between the 2 sides. the 3 leaders agreed to keep the line of communications open and the french and the german at leaders also were at seemingly satisfied by the answers given by the russian president about the status of the prisoners, the ukrainian military personnel that are being held as prisoners of war by the russian military on the ground in ukraine. president val other means that and ski says the situation on the eastern front line is extremely difficult. fresh and forces of advanced in the push to fully control the dumbass region. the air isn't
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read held by russia and it's separatist allies. the governor of the hands says ukrainian forces may have to withdraw from their last pocket of defense to avoid being surrounded in the province. the city of sylvester, don't you ask? i've seen some of the heaviest fighting russian forces closing to fully encircling rushes. defense ministry says it's forces now control lehman. ukraine says fighting is ongoing near the city the same before avi is in kiev and has more on the russian offensive in dumbass. the russians of course, want to take over as much of dynamic as possible to achieve the goal that the russian president vladimir putin has said he wants to achieve, which is to control the administrative boundaries of tonight's, gonna have to take over the entire don bus region now, when it comes to lima, and in the last few hours we've heard from the ukranian deputy defense minister who has refuted claims that lima has fallen to the russian advance. they say that yes,
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on the latest report from the local government on the ground is that most of mine is currently under russian occupation. but the deputy defense minister confirming that it still has not fallen. now the battle for lima is key because it is at a crossroads. it could mean cutting off ukrainian access if it russia is indeed in control of it all between the east and west. and that could allow russia to cut off of forces that are fighting elsewhere in the hoskins severed than, as $8000.00 plus forces. there could potentially be encircled lima and being the 1st lily pad for them to move onwards towards surrounding forces. there now as far as that fight is concerned, we have heard of ukrainian forces planning on making some kind of tactical retreat to live and fight another day. it is a large number of forces that are potentially in circle there. but again, another, another contradiction by the deputy defense minister here saying that they've actually managed to push russian forces back to original positions,
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any gains that they made, and several, and that's since this new phase of the conflict since forces re mobilized in the east. they say they've pushed them back to those original positions. plenty more had all the news out, including food prices, sore, nav, canada, stand. how that's being made worse by the war in ukraine. and in sport tennis action from the french open women's world number one wins yet again. with the you and human rights commissioner is calling on beijing not to use anti terrorism concerns to justify human rights abuses. michelle bachelor has been visiting the shinji ang region where chinese authorities are accused of abuses against weak muslims. katrina, you reports from bay jing?
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well you michelle bachelor's visit to china. was the 1st by you and human rights commissioners since 2005. and many saw it as a chance to assess widespread allegations that aging is committing human rights abuses against muslim weakness and shin challenge or hurt. but during a press conference, marking bill end of his 6 day trip out, she said that wasn't her goal. so i stay on the outfit when this visit was and what it was this, this was not an investigation. official visit by high commissioner are by the major high profile as simply not conducive to that kind of detail methodology with a bully. and an because discrete, we're often investigative nature. instead natalie says the visit was an opportunity to engage with senior china was leaders. she spoke with president, she's in pain by video and met jung officials in the cities of cash. got and watching nationally says she urged them to review counter terrorism policies to
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ensure they comply with international human rights standards, but added a tour of prison and former the kisha educational training center, o ta see, feel to lead tiffany soon, inclusions. i and even june, 1st the forms gail of the b c's. i arrested the government, the love in the pen, the newly shall oversight of the abrasion of the brown alliance by law and photograph visual on 15 indicators who the tenant tendencies towards violence extra . mr. allegations of the use of force level treatment institutions. and do you see a restriction on it? they may have really just was due to corona virus restrictions. no reporters were allowed to travel with her meetings outside. her official itinerary were limited to go to bed. bachelor has been criticized for failing to secure, unfettered access to shin chunky several governments and rights groups a forced labor and attention sterilization and torture have taken place in the
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province. treatment amounting to genocide. analysts say the visit has placed a valuable spotlight on the region, but the credibility of the commissioner and her office has been called into question. there is a high cost to their credibility. if a strong and detailed report doesn't emerge from all of this, the ging has denied claims mistreatment against the move from weak minority calling them the lie of the century. katrina, you al jazeera aging out a sudden he diet is the program manager of the campaign for we goes organization. he says bachelor's visit, lack transparency. many who have been suffering under the chinese regime had been waiting for decades for such a visit for such an investigation. it wasn't investigation, but for such a visit that happened. unfortunately, she was using china's terminology like anti terrorism. indeed radicalization to
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legitimize a genocide being perpetrated against the weak people. it's very clear from the questioning that has that, that they were provided to michelle bachelor in advance and she was reading from a script, especially from the questions by the p r. c. state media questions. so during the visit and which is which was security, which was it wasn't an unfettered visit which will, which we wanted to have. and pretty much china was that they dictated the whole visit or the way it was the equivalent. today's message was the equivalent of nazis essentially conducting their own urine birth trials. with this visit, it's become more critical than ever that this was not fully transparent, but that wasn't the case. in the high commission, i must release the report on the week of genocide which they have been sitting on for the past 6 months. my mother in law, my father in law and my 2 brothers in law, they are currently in the camps. we haven't heard them for, for, for 5 years. we understand that they have been sentenced anywhere between 7 to 17
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years and for, for, for crimes other than you know, them being weak is almost them. we know that we are persecuted for their religion for their identity, and many 1000000 millions of biggest are in my situation. in fact, are all week is living in the dice for had at least one family member who are currently suffering in chinese concentration camps. and that's exactly what they are, but unfortunately the u. n. has not done its job in securing an investigation. now for the 50th stay in the row, protest isn't for anchor calling for preston got to buy our auto parts for to resign. people are also demonstrating against the new prime minister running with for the singer. he was sworn in by the president earlier this month. protesters blame the government for an economic crisis, left the country without enough fuel food or medicine. now fernandez was at
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a protest held earlier on saturday in colombo and 50 days after the campaign go home. gotten. 8 started, this is what we're seeing. hundreds of people gathering in colombo to mark that milestone. and bear don't show any signs of giving up their struggle. they said that despite the fact that the president has brought in some changes, he swept the boards of cabinet. there's a new government in place and very effectively what the roger foxes have done. what observer said they're great at doing is to cost the attention of them. so right now the attention is on prime minister serrano vicar missing her, and the argent dismal state. the country's economy is in, but for these protest is here today. as you can see, one banner that says nor deal. what basically that alludes to is the fact that the
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roger potters are still pulling the strings from behind the scenes. they say it's just a new set of faces, but the same old and that these protesters are not willing to put up with that one . the young protest i spoke to said they have basically managed to bring out the general public of shalanda for the 1st time that people are ready to speak up about the injustice about the mismanagement and all of that rather than sit in their comfort zones. and this is a fundamental change in sri lanka, day to day life. so what people say 50 days on is that they will continue their struggle. it's not going to stop here. an israeli rides groove is demonstrating against the construction of a settlement outposts in the occupied west bank. the police trying to disperse the protesters and confiscated to both those is brought to demolish outbursts these
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right government evacuated jewish taxes from the area in 2005. but a group of that lead nathan ton knew that abraham is following development from nablus. according to peace now, activists we've been speaking to as they were trying to gather within israel, to cross into the occupied by bank to the growth of the legal sentiments out of home as they were bringing to business with them. they were stopped by the israeli police arrested 2 drivers. all those are as well as one activists that would need to be now they say that under cover police activity or rather than the activists, as he was going from his home to the point where they were gathering now, even though some of them were arrested, they continue their journey into the occupies west bank. now they are in size very close to the biggest l o much. but they have been prevented by another review checkpoint from accessing the area we ourselves have also find trouble trying to
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get into the area. because this is one entrance leaving palestinian car than palestinian towards nablus in the north of the occupied with bank and leading us to with the outposts. thomas. but as you can see, there is a lot of traffic. the israeli police had to be putting up an army, have been putting up a lot of checkpoints to try and prevent palestinians and also is ready cars from accessing. there is a saturday so we can usually the roads around, but we're seeing them today filled with people. now we're kind of sydney and they will tell you that they are expecting the settlement how supposed to be evicted. but the problem here is that even when it was it in 2005, they couldn't access it. they couldn't go to their lance because the israeli military order or seizing it, never stop to exist. so for palestinians, even though they're here, israeli official saying, you know,
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we need to abide by the law. we're going to evict the settlement. they're not expecting to return to it any time soon. and a funeral procession is being held for a palestinian teenager shot dead by israeli forces on friday. i don't remember the name, the 15 years crucial k through time, the town of a 100 south of bethlehem. he is, the 13th palestinian team killed wise, ready forces since the beginning of the year, calling to a local palestinian child writes, organization police in iran of use tear gas em fired warning shots to disperse. protestors in the southwest and city of abbey, dan, demonstrators were rallying in the area where a 10 story building collapsed on monday and killed 28 people. protests demanding justice for the victims have been held for 3 consecutive nights. outrage has spread
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across brazil after a mentally ill black man was suffocated to death by the police on 1st day protests against police violence and racism have been staged in sort of gp and sal. paolo, some viewers may find images, and monica anake hears report to be distressing. demonstrators burn tires in the city of rome by all by northeastern brazil. where jenny, val dodge, is we saunters, was brutally killed to was stop 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 lpga brought, 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
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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 cell phone, which occlusal guard of the federal highway police act like hitler's ss. this isn't an overstatement. this is the continuation of a police practice. we know well, they enter the communities for vailable 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 in slum dwellers says police violence will not solve drug related price won't teacher looking up available when there's a shoot out in a slum. they are dis, but they are also serious consequences for innocent people living. yeah. schools and health care facilities are shut down my the whole community is terrorized, but i can imagine what it's like for a child to find a body or
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a pool of blood on the way to close. the slum 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, an average of 17 per day. most of them were black and poor. monica cannot give al jazeera rio de janeiro still ahead on al jazeera columbia as future in the balance. the final debate that of a highly contested presidential election went live and it's for muslim. turns off the hate miami and the n b i for, for over great attack. ah,
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those winds are still whipping around the sand in dust across the golf. hey everyone. thanks for joining in. so here's a snapshot on sunday. we do have high temperatures as well. so box did 43 q weights . 43 degrees in here and getting up to a high of 42. let's go in for a closer look. again, seen that sand and dust, so wind gusts in doha, on sunday. the forecast is calling for about 50 kilometers per hour. let's go into monday. it becomes a concern for q wait to the orange on our map. that is the sound in does and in kuwait city, we'll look for gusts of about 55 kilometers per our temperatures have been below average through bish kick tashkent and sean bay butts. over the next little bit. we're going to see those temperatures climb. i'll show you that in one sec, but you know, after that he wave in pockets time north of his arm of bog. we've got forest fires burning there, but some rain so that should help provide some relief. ok promised we would look at the forecast for a task and we're getting up to $32.00 degrees by wednesday,
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so that's above average. also, temperature is above average in turkey, including for its stumble on sunday, with the high 32 degrees. and our weather will be centered across central and eastern portions in central africa. and all that rain in wind from the western cape starts to pivot to the eastern cape on sunday season. ah. across the world, young activists and organizers to rhonda, moved, motivated and politically engaged. the challenges they face couldn't be more daunting here. and beta we were the ones who had lights on what was going on in a way that most me soniega didn't. there's looking start, think about liberal lebanon is always in my number for us formation. we have the agency to create the viable alternative generation changed on al jazeera with i was raised in france. these are my grandparents.
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these are my parents. and this is mean fighting both isis and a, the 2nd of a 2 part epic tale of a remarkable family. the father, the son and the g. hi. cartoon on al jazeera lou ah, watching al jazeera reminded our top stories. president joe biden is due to visit you val. day on sunday were 21. people were killed that in elementary school
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shooting earlier this week. speaking in delaware, biden's said americans need to come together to make the country safer. at least 31 people have been killed in a stampede at a church in southern nigeria. it happened that a charity event in port tockets. local media for the large crowd turned up in some people were crushed in the venue. oak thrushes president says he's willing to discuss ways to ship grain that his stock in ukraine's pores. vladimir putin also says russia is ready to increase fertilizer exports. if sanctions are lifted, the war in ukraine is making life harder for afghans. people are struggling with soaring food prices. catalog has arianne, explains the noise, traffic and bars of afghanistan's capital has long been fueled by its local markets, but that is changing. rushes invasion of ukraine is making an existing food crisis
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even worse. but prices rising and resources becoming increasingly scores or cranky . this is john with the warren ukraine. european countries turned to markets in kazakhstan for us, that means the price of wheat, flour and oil have sword. united nations reports, as many people have built up enormous stead to buy food over the past few months and access to seats. fertilizer and water for irrigation is limited to much to do. we've seen an increase of up to $9.00 for every sack of flour. so we're very much affected by the war between russia and ukraine. poverty has been rife enough can a stand for years with nearly 20000000 people facing acute hunger, but political instability, low harvest violence, and shipping delays, or adding pressure on the countries we supply and fuel prices. and that's being made worse as inflation effects, goods and markets across the world,
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looking for how does yet the prices are skyrocketing, people have limited income sources and they have to reduce their purchases. international aid is restricted as western governments remain weary of the taliban and a decree ordering women to wear clothing the covers them from head to toe and public as well as recent school closures have intensified criticism abroad focused on the world is trying to show that it's dedicated to philanthropy and humanitarian causes, by distributing a sack of flour and 5 kilograms of eatable oil, but this has no positive impact on the people. with afghanistan already facing political and economic struggles. soaring food prices are now another challenge for its people. cause a little bit of a young jazeera voters in columbia gearing up for sundays presidential election, 3 of the 4 main candidates face stuff in the final debate. polls place gustavo pad, throw as the clear front runner head of sunday's elections, the thunder and b,
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etc. reports from barbara, one south with only hours left before pulls open in columbia, the leading presidential candidate smith for a televised debate. i knew it was the last chance to sway undecided voters in one of the most highly contested elections in years. poles placed gustavo paper as the clear front runner, he could become columbia, the 1st left his president, just for his meeting challenger center. right. physical 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. how can you go mighty and as you know, he's out of luck. 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 lower. he who stole schools, food in the hearer, even killing people. so on the part of the radical change party, allied with the chocolate, i 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 on 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 in drug trafficking that i see that on that that it must get 20 centuries candidate said you for how to do who has been trailing in the poles, cities, the candidate best place to fight corruption on all sides or killers, bullied the ghettos, outland. back. conspicuous by his absence was the campaigns wildcard,
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77 year old. right? leaning independent populists were, those were men. this was made a surprising jump in popularity. in the last few weeks for the money, he held what he called at the bait with columbia and answering questions from supporters on his facebook page. better has been a head in the falls for months and its popularity shows how much the left has grown lately. both here in columbia and across latin america, but he will like me faith. i run off against either gutierrez or at done this and his success remains uncertain and sound that i'm p as he joins us now live from bob with hell. so 1st of all that tv debate do we have an idea of who won any want to swap swung over. busy those undecided voters that you talks about new report? well found me, the general feeling here is that this last the bay was more of the same in many ways that the candidates have repeated their positions to the voters. what their
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expectations are, but nobody really has been able to have a very powerful attack against any of the other candidates. so the feeling is that the things probably remain pretty much the same. and there's a lot of uncertainty about this. roughly 10 to 15 percent of prospective voters that have said there's still on the side that the last pulls were actually published a week ago. things that could have changed since then. the short answer is that we don't know the expectation stale. is that the 5th or will most likely come in 1st tomorrow and that you'll probably not have enough to avoid run off that run off will then be on june 19th. and the question is, who will come in 2nd then is main challenger, is that good? but there is the possibility of a surprise with this 3rd way candidate. the populace 77 year old that don't
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flip 9. this, that has been rising in the folds lately. alright. tomorrow is the big day. take us through the election preparations, then preparations are on their way both here in the capital, but then across much of the country there is fear for possible security issues, especially in rural areas. areas that are still under conflict in many ways where armed groups operate, however, the biggest remaining rebel group in the country. the land said that they will suspend all of their operations to allow people to vote. but there are worries, in particular, in the northwest of the country just just a couple of weeks ago, have seen the operations by one of the biggest mafia in the countries,
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the golf clam. that in response to the fact that their leader was the extra dated to the us, essentially a block to 7 different regions of columbia for 4 days, they're not allowing people to open stores and so forth. so there is a risk that they could essentially try to do something again tomorrow. there are also worries about possible fraud and both buying and particular along the caribbean coast. this is something that pay through as they insisted on and both there and there have been criticism on the left and on the right, the against electoral authority here saying that not all the guarantees are in place for that not to happen tomorrow. and how much discussion has there been on what it will mean for the regional balance of power? if one of the u. s. is closest allies goes left?
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but the short answer there is that it's on clear, but talking to people at the u. s embassy here off the record, and also at the state department in washington. it's pretty clear that the us u. s. o tori. these are worried about how. a the special relationship that the u. s. has that with columbia, columbia is that close this ally at to, to the u. s. as has been also, and i was as a major non nato ally recently. and so they're worried, the of what a possible petro presidency could mean, especially when it comes to 2 areas, one is stray, then that's because patron repeatedly said that he'd like to start a conversation with the u. s. and renegotiate the free trade agreements that with the u. s, that has been actually very favorable to the us. it has reached now 10 years
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and has created deficits here. it has affected both agriculture and, and the industrial production in this country. and so it's, it's hoping that he can start dialogue, at least with the u. s. the other issue is that of security, columbia in the u. s. of a strategic partnership. but that goes beyond columbia and central america in the, in the caribbean. when it comes to cities in security, training of special forces, fighting international drug trafficking, mass, yes, in that region will pay, will be available to continue those operations as they function today. we don't, nope, it through us. and really said much about that. there's also the issue that we know that fits or would like to change the way there were drugs as happens in columbia and in the larger region that will also be a difficult discussion if indeed better becomes president of columbia. right. so
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we'll leave it there. alice handler and be at the now greece is accused iran of piracy. after it sees 2 greek registered oil tankers ran, says they were captured for committing what it called violations. these are the last known locations of the 2 greek flag tankers tracked on the monitoring platform vessel finder. grease says iranian helicopters landed on the ships in international waters 22 nautical miles off the coast of iran. for the move appears to be in retaliation for an incident last month. that's when greek authorities detained the vessel, carrying iranian oil, saying the ship's owners had links to russia. that iranian oil was then confiscated by the us. iran. once it returned women activists in iraq say, a lack of legislation preventing domestic violence is giving perpetrators immunity . in february,
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a federal court rejected an appeal to amend the law. thousands of women are estimated to suffer abuse in the country with at least one being killed. every week, without binge of aid reports, social media helped her to escape from the abuse at home for safety reasons, where there's name and identity have been changed to as a hello sir. the worst abuse was from my father, it was sexual and physical. he touched my body, he kept me at hein did not want me to go out to school. i'm 19 years old now and when he started the abuse, i was only 12. my mother and sisters escaped to the shelter and network of independently run shelters has provided help to 1200 iraqi women since 2003, john. and while the clinician will limit as a domestic abuse victim herself, did not to, lizzie, who runs the organization, says government's failure to pass laws to protect women, gives immunity to perpetrators, butler sure all the government shelters put impossible terms for
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a woman who's sick, refuge there is no strategy to offer help. it took 8 years to take the law to parliament, but the fails to approve it. there is a law which prevent harsh punishment for killings bass will honor. another legislation gives the husband the right to beat his wife and that a pretext of discipline said this 6 are impossible to get in. most cases happen in rural areas. some are buried quietly, some pressure women to commit suicide or to just burn her and claim she committed suicide. some report women missing and after some time we discover she was killed. thousands of women are buried in unmarked graves across iraq and activists say, many of them are victims of domestic violence with no official numbers. rights workers estimate at least one woman is killed every week because of domestic issues . across iraq, tribal traditions, societal pressures and families, prestige, or contribute to making it difficult to talk about violence against women. mohammed
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has to conceal his identity for these reasons. his sister was murdered in front of her children by her husband. mother martin, cassandra, lemme america for months there were problems. she broke her leg once another time, her arm once tried to burn her. my sister didn't listen and wanting to stay for her kids. then one day he shot her and it's a pity that the case is still in the court. and 3 years later, no one can explain why the children witnessed it, and the neighbors testified as well. noises like sure, han see having laws is of no use unless they are implemented or do with the mac m a half law, there should be a special criminal court to end this it takes a long time to soft cases of women killed, related to under my suggestion is to disarm people, create awareness about these kill you. officials in iraq's good regency. they're taking initiatives like this hotline for domestic violence victims. and especially female police unit has arrow last year record at $2200.00 complaints
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and some were off domestic violence. 5 out of 10 women who were killed were due to family problems. and unless the to with lifted from violence emanating from those so called family problems, more women will continue to be buried hair. some of in java, under the era sally money and northern iraq. oh, the nanny is direct her and founder of a bad a resource center for gender equality working on combating gender based violence in the mean the regions she joins us now from beirut. thank you for being with us. you know, just listening to some of those bone chilling stories in a sound in debates report it's, it's quite distressing and you have to wonder why would changing the law really deter domestic violence if you're going up against so many social barriers. exactly. exactly unfortunate,
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the domestic violence continues to be one of the violation and threatening daily war against women and girls. and i mean, the regions, the forming legislations and multiple texts and the, the friends let's just that the frameworks when them, you know, being in lebanon or in iraq jordan area even though occupied. but it's fine or you, among others, is not sufficient. we don't look at the problem on a systemic lesson and holistically especially addressed. the norm turned off continue to tolerate violence as a means to maintain the spousal relationship or even to manage the relationship and the family. and sometimes as the medium to dissolve any conflict that might arise working on the forming policies and legislations as a standing alone has been demonstrated. and i mean region, but as,
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as not being the thorn ultimate solution to this problem to this violation of human rights against women. however, like this, need to be combined by specialized services and capacity building to frontline or working on behavior change. campaigning that work on public opinion, but also on trying to amend and transform multiple social norms. and that's all sorts of the combined of course, by heavy climate prevention intervention. but can start with the forming curriculum and school the educational system. so we can start working on a generation that don't really adopt violence as a medium and there and the interaction among each other. i'm on each other so we don't place future possible projects of violence men, but also women that are taller than 2 or being drawn to the survivors of to be
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when a woman does manage to have a come all of these barriers and actually report the case of domestic violence, how seriously is that taken by police? unfortunately, and may not. we should not forget that police men are by the and the, the men that are affected by the gender socialization and raised and the societies . so most of the trainings that actually we do to targeting the police and security officers being a lebanon and other areas. you really find that the 1st barrier is not about acquiring the knowledge that is needed and acquiring the skills that can allow them to better serve and interview woman survivors of violence coming forward to police stations, which should require certain goals and understanding divine and dynamic. and
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working with survivor herself, especially in situation of this stress and trauma at the moment of coming forward and the poor thing, which is a very important of action in woman because this is the 1st step and you would a meeting if the 1st frontline or, and sometimes the police attitudes and gender and can be encouraging or actually discouraging her from continuing her journey to break the cycle. most of the time they, it's not, it's minimized. and some of blaming her for what happened, especially in situations of sexual assault. unfortunately, sometimes it's not equipping her with the need, the knowledge and the referral to actually continue and break the cycle and doing cards to service provider, right. we really appreciate your time to share your insight on that. thank you. thank you. thank you so much. still hadn't al jazeera on whole recent power
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liverpool are aiming for their 3rd trophy of the season boxes. the game as an even greater significance outside of football. data game still happens and is not, did st. petersburg maybe is exactly the right message or the russia should get a life goes on even when you try to destroy it. so and be played as final fall to people, not only but as well for the people in the ukraine. i'm pretty sure i'm there are some who have who can watch it and we do it for you as well. 100 percent. but her manager crow enchilada is aiming for a record 4th, a champion sleek. he's currently level on 3 with xena deans and dan and bob paisley and clotty, one it with madrid and 2014 and twice with ac milan. and he also won it twice as a player with milan. a club is sap against carline, cloudy,
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and the final. let's go live now to paul reese, who is not too far from the stand to france and poll. take off, coming out, and just a few minutes. how much excitement has there been re you are well us that lots of excitement for us sometimes a little bit too much. i mean, the stud the front has been a cauldron of noise in the out for kick off. we just had a rendition of the liverpool and then you'll never walk alone. we've had thousands of madrid fans crossing the bridge over the canal air at to get to the stop deferrals. we've also had a bit of a security situation over there. dozens of local fans jumping over a fence to reach the perimeter and riot police crossing the bridge to catch them up . you might be able to have the police helicopter that's been hovering above them. don't know how much of a security breach that is at the moment. but one of the themes of this final is
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ticket less funds. i mean, apart from the 10s of thousands in the stadium, there are tens of thousands, particularly livable funds here in paris. without tickets, as a liverpool fans own in the southwest of paris, which can hold up to up to 40000 funds. that seems that this afternoon just incredible. that brings it started security issues. and in fact, paris how's bond any supports as from either liverpool or rail madrid from going on the shorter lease a way of victory celebrations, usually take place in paris anytime from at 3 pm local this afternoon until 6 am tomorrow morning po. where do you see this final being one and lots well, at rome address record in this competition is just unparalleled. you know, they've won the last 7 finals that they've been involved in 13 trophies overall.
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they've only lost 3 finals. the last one of those coincidentally against liverpool in paris in 1981. liverpool have 6 trophies that one of the best best in europe as well. but madrid teams all really the thorn in the side of jerk and clubs. liverpool in front, they've only ever been knocked out of the of the champions league by the ro, madrid, or athletic madrid, the last time against ro madrid in the quarter finals last year. and indeed in 2018 against ro madrid in k of in the final law carrying brunswick school that night. for ro, madrid, he's got 10 goals. in the knockout rounds, this time around stopping him could be the key for liverpool in this final are a, it should be a great game. paul rece reporting live for us. we'll talk to you after the game. now crosstown, at the french help in the women's world, number one, a gosh, why attack isn't a round for the 20 year old polish player beat danica cove. nick in straight sets
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extending her winning street to 31 matches. so i take, is amy to win her 2nd french open, cadillac, declining her 1st back in 2020 on the lens toward foreseen, stefano sent to pitts, marched his way into the 4th round at a rollin garrath. the 23 old greeks are bailey broke, a sweat on his way to straight sets. victory over sweden's mccallion market in last year's finalist took just 90 minutes to wrap up the sixties and he sees when a man 2nd scene daniel method i was sailed into round for he beat a mere american each man a fish easily and $0.03. and his fellow russian andre rube lab is also through after for said to when over christian government, italy's yana center is into round for as well. in the and be a mime. heat delivered a masterpiece game to tie their playoff series to 3 all against the boston celtics,
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and set up a winner take all showdown. jimmy butler was the star of the 90, delivered one of the best performances of his career with $47.00 rebounds and $0.80, as he helped his team to an impressive 111 to 103 victory game 7 is on sunday. okay, and that is all your sport for now, sammy, back to you for now, but it's 3 minutes to kick off. right? yeah, i will leave it. that's it for this news our our team is back from london in the moment. so stay with us here and i'll just hear, ah,
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