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on al-jazeera. and diverse range of stories from across the globe from the perspective of a man let's journalists on al-jazeera. 'd are about us and in doha but the top stories on al-jazeera for the 6 day india is reporting more than 300000 cases of covert 19 the highest daily case rate in the world in the 35000 people have died in the 2nd wave in april many of those deaths are because of critical shortages of oxygen hospital beds equipment and medicines and the situation in india is beyond heartbreaking doubly joy is doing everything we can providing critical to keep menton supplies
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including thousands of oxygen concentrator is prefabricated more by field hospitals and laboratory supplies the u.s. and u.k. e.u. nations saudi arabia and turkey are sending emergency aid to india and the 1st batch of russia's sputnik v. vaccine will reach india on saturday law school will also send 1000000 packs of the landis of antiviral drugs by the end of may they u.s. says it will release up to 60000000 doses of the oxford astra zeneca vaccine to other countries after accusations it was hoarding the drug in the fall as a call between president joe biden and primus and that engine modi promising u.s. assistance is not clear how many doses will be diverted to india. a rebel group in manaus says it's captured and burned down an army base near the thai a border the outpost lies in an area controlled by the kid in the national union fighting between the rebels and the military has increased since february screw
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scotland has more from bangkok. song province is the area in thailand it's just across a very small river from where this attack on a myanmar army outpost took place it started pre-dawn hours and kind of carried on for a couple of hours can you saying that they now hold occupy that territory they burn down the outpost now this is part of what we've seen over the last several weeks that there's been kind of a stepped up conflict between the can you the korean national unions armed factions and of the tatmadaw that's the myanmar army and this is kind of been really kind of turned up since the coup back in february 1st and what's interesting about this one though is these images we're seeing come out because it was right on the border with thailand there have been videos posted to social media that shows exactly what was happening there is some video that shows predawn hours still dark the sound of gunfire and then after the sun sunrise you can see the this outpost was in fact
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burning we've been speaking with some thai officials ministry of foreign affairs spokesman saying that they are closely monitoring the situation and obviously if there's going to be any impact particularly if there's going to be any impact on the side of the border zone province official is being quoted as saying that one was injured during this attack human rights watch is accusing israel of crimes against humanity practicing apartheid and persecution against palestinians in a report published on tuesday the rights group says the discriminator we call this isn't exist in the occupied palestinian territory and within israel itself israel in full the ministry has dismissed the port it issued this statement in response human rights watch is known to have a long standing anti israeli agenda actively seeking for years to promote boycotts against israel their decision not to share this report for review all comments with any israeli authority is clear indication that it is a propaganda poncelet which lacks all credibility. a court in iran has sentenced
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british iranian aide worker nozinan is a copy of that cliff to another year in prison on the charge of spreading propaganda she was earlier released in march after serving 5 years on charges of plotting against the government the us attorney general many garlands announced an investigation into the louisville police department in the state of kentucky law enforcement has faced scrutiny over last year's killing of broad briana taylor a black woman shot jr a botched raid in our home it's the 2nd such investigation ordered in the past week turkey's president says of tayyip erdogan says the u.s. decision to label the mass killings of armenians 2 world war one is genocide is groundless the massacres in 1915 happened in the final years of the ottoman empire and those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after all jazeera world goodbye. already.
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done on the banks of the river tigris in the iraqi capital but. the river source is in turkey and it flows southeast through the capital until it eventually meets the euphrates. for centuries since the 1st urban
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settlements grew up in ancient mesopotamia thousands of years before the common era fishing has been a lifeline running in families for generations. this is the story of the fishermen and women living now in the land often known. for their lives in. college lives and works on the river in baghdad. with. only audio and to let on. i mean why do you watch on. the euphrates blues from turkey through syria and iraq and is the longest and one
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of the most historically significant rivers in. the vast ancient mesopotamia marsh. where the tigris and euphrates meet in southern iraq. tens of thousands of iraqis live in the arsenals like the. likable hideout and his wife who rely almost entirely on fishing to make their meager living. i don't like as i left i don't know. why they don't know why that what. the tigris and euphrates meets in basra province in the south of iraq where they form the shut the lot of waterways. fishes on one of the trawler. odd outside of the that wave with the defender. said.
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you know what i don't want to fit a god who had a hole in the bit about that about how to get out of a fight. with. this bass channel flowing into the every guns is iraq's only source of green fish in which the country's one striving fishing industry with built nothing. on the other. near here is as follows and iraqi ports on the borders with kuwait and iran and the center for now and in optioning near being finished for many decades. plus a lot of. this
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is a region steeped in ancient history and its relationship with water the rivers and the scene goes back thousands of years. the tigris and the euphrates need to ensure mesopotamia part of what was called the 1st south crescent where agriculture and. earliest human settlements grew up. fishing continued to develop in mesopotamia while it was part of the ottoman empire and then under british rule in the 20th century. the country became one kingdom under king faisel of iraq in 1922 then gained independence 10 years later.
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fishermen sold their catch in the baghdad fish market to merchants from other iraqi provinces as well as to the citizens but. now when baghdad and in the marshes of the south and on the shuttle out of waterway whole ways of life are under threat as outside forces and manmade pollution are damaging the tigris and euphrates in reversible ways. for all his commitment to a life on the tigris. and its days as a fisherman may be numbered all of those. are all having. well what about. on a so. when they were about status off the. soliman. was out there that. had been the on. for the better.
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the better machine on the. own model and if. she. does have a she was just how she would. have it and she got on laws into. the. midst fishing is very small scale especially compared with every. team there are fewer boots on the tigris compared with when he started out with his father. making a living here is tougher now the. president has been through a hole in the past 3 decades and that has affected the river environment as much as
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the. whole layer and. yes you have lost a lot of whatever i said you know i'm going. to lodge again with one shell that. well out of hand and with. you know what i do not consume as you know yell at me. when i'm stronger. as the capital baghdad has been the focus of the outside attacks and internal turmoil that have hit iraq in recent years. but for the people of the marshlands in this. disruption to their way of life goes back further. the 1950 s. . laugh.
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in some way little has changed here for the past 100 years. are still produced and hung just as they've always been. the long fishing boats are still builds to the same design as. between the fifty's and 1990 s. . the tigris euphrates river system where people like his wife live. and. the reasons were political to force the people. out of the area. and to
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punish them for their part in an uprising against saddam hussein's government in 1901. reduce the 9000 square kilometers of what in the 1970 s. just 760 square kilometers when his government fell into. the displacement of 420-0000 marsh arabs and the campaign of violence against. the international community. as ethnic cleansing. the united nations has described the draining of the marshes as a tragic and environmental catastrophe on a par with the deforestation of the amazon rain forests. but the marshes were flooded. and f.e.m.a. didn't return a lot. i don't know about us but
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i got around. before you were here. don't really hobbles our little brother doing. it while you know we're home without you know i still was hungry allows you to run along with dogs now no one ever saw the little mark. well. i don't there's always the why doesn't the little highly honestly i don't like to tattle why did you hate him. and i'll buy that. and walk a few whole lot of the what did i see i said when i saw the sheep i'd then he even since he tends not to live in white on that and i didn't go outside that place any lot of other evidence. that i did but i sniff it out it never had no taste might look at invited now by 7
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of the want to an oddly out of a litter box. or what not love you head out of heaven she was and they were sick of the medicine god at the same time i said i honest as she with a wide well thought on this and still high on the loons i don't have a side issue that it's now my view now i've had a lot on healing only and glad i got on the console and that he is alive i'm. glad to know of that when i live in any given the. guided id theory of everything going was going oh so i was going. they have a very little on the theory of.
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are. all off. i'll have a little will. you know. i want to go on. and on high there's area of champaign is now recovering thanks to the reflooding following the fall of saddam hussein in 2003. large areas of the marshlands and 3 ancient cities have now been included in u.s. schools list of world heritage sites but the reflooding has not restored the wetlands to their pre-drilling it states. the damage to the iraqi environment
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has also not been limited to the marshlands iraq as a whole has suffered massive turmoil in the past 30 years. saddam's invasion of kuwait in august 1990 led to the 1st gulf war and defeats by a coalition led by the united states the effect on the country was described as near apocalyptic taking iraq back to the pre-industrial age. then the 2003 u.s. led invasion of iraq and fall of saddam hussein's government the occupation and violent insurgency caused further widespread destruction of the armed group i saw was the major part of the post-war insurgency its military activity in iraq and the campaign against it by the iraqi government and western forces have led to huge damage to infrastructure and the environment. the tigris in baghdad where ahmed
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khalid ekes out a living has been badly affected by this prolonged period of violence and instability. it's a joke and imus has a home so no specific page it well you're going to settle back i want to i had that you're not going to want to sign a social thing that you can kind of run the believe you know what to do and i said to jeff i thought it was a long ways off you know and she was wounded by so much useful that i'll issue. 19 and a promise a 1000000000 it's a kind of it's a lot of wonderful any you know but i'm on a fairly housley now because she doesn't want to miss it to so much because she didn't get the head out of. all of the man who won the heart of you know any of the money she not had to my not
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had talent such a high level i had to see how not had for me go ahead tell another not a question in the head of state of fear not to lose to alan are these the kind he will write about about 5. the instability and heightened security. have led to an increased police presence on the river. how have you. found at the site. not subtle is the. one that we. just it is about a fellow with. a nurse at the get go could that i mean i really don't know me at all. right now. in the way. i don't even.
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want to. know. that i'm on one of the. salt levels on the euphrates in the south have risen because of dams higher up the river in syria and turkey. there's waste from agricultural irrigation and sewage from cities all affecting the stretches of river. used to make a living. in this. when you did it.
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was. bad to do than modify what. and the good bishop of feeding. me. here michel when this young. man or when. i get. there. at the door. there was someone and it was. obviously you know.
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it's. just all. of us are war. and i'm a lot of other. people cannot drink the water from the euphrates because of the drop in water level increasing. furthermore 2018 tens of thousands of freshwater fish died in the south of baghdad and soaring pollution is believed to be a major factor behind the sudden death of the fish. yes
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just the way. that i don't. know just. the dance built up the river on the freight in syria and turkey are also having an effect on the marshlands in southern iraq. this is impeding conservation and restoration efforts in the wetlands the downs have reduced the flow of water reaching iraq since the 1970 s. by as much as that. hundreds of people have been forced to migrate from iraq's once fertile central marshes because of the water levels. right now and. i've been afraid of even i've never quite know that. oh man i've never seen it in
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hard. well question a lot at home and had only one i've seen the. ok and i only sleep a little. of clever sonograms you know the one with the roger and they don't bother with the young or if you do say i don't want to do it it's all on my read the times they're going to have john ramsey don't do that i was proud of you not just months ago i was obvious. once out of i've often seen a line oh shit and how. the one minute i didn't. know was i didn't yell in landed him in an exam house that i felt i'm not i'm. still the. no
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here and in. life it was not as easy when i was not exactly. and i woke up at the one. of the problems of the marshes and the up and rivers extend on a larger scale beyond the point or the 2 inch intruders the tigris and the euphrates murcia us on. from here the vast channel of the shot a lot of waterways runs through basra province into the every been goals. coming up the shot a lot of water we face is an environmental catastrophe it's taking with it livestock and fisheries and i don't know the point. at that oh what. a mark what i've a on as this year's at 9 majority but i start here. and iraqi fishermen say they often fall foul of the kuwaiti and iranian need these patrolling
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al-jazeera. play an important role. ringback on robertson in doha with the headlines on all dizzy era for a 6 day india is reporting more than 300000 cases of covert 19 the highest dedicates rate in the world in the 35000 people have died in the 2nd wave in april many of those deaths are because of critical shortages of oxygen hospital beds equipment and medicines and the situation in india is beyond heartbreaking doubly joy is doing everything we can. providing critically keep meant in supplies
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including thousands of oxygen concentrator is prefabricated field hospitals and laboratory supplies the u.s. u.k. e.u. nations saudi arabia and turkey are sending emergency aid to india and the 1st batch of russia's sputnik vaccine will reach india on saturday moscow will also send 1000000 packs of them disappear until vital drugs by the end of may the u.s. says it's going to release up to 60000000 doses of the oxford astra zeneca vaccine to other countries after accusations it was hoarding the drug and follows a call between president joe biden and prime minister narendra modi of india promising u.s. assistance but it's not clear how many doses will be diverted to india a rebel group and me i'm on says it's captured and burned down an army base near the thai border post lies in an area controlled by the korean national union fighting between the rebels and the military has increased since february crew human rights watch is accusing israel of crimes against humanity practicing
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apartheid and persecution against palestinians in a report published in tuesday the rights group says the discriminator the policies exists in the occupied palestinian territory and within israel itself is really involved in ministries dismissed the report as biased and baseless if you shoot this statement in response human rights watch is known to have a longstanding anti israeli agenda actively seeking for years to promote boycotts against israel the decision is not to share this report for review or comment with any israeli authority is clear indication that it is a propaganda pamphlet which lacks all credibility a court in iran has sentenced british iranian aid worker nazneen zacarias radcliffe to another year in prison on the charge of spreading propaganda she was earlier released in march after serving 5 years in charges of plotting against the government and we're back in half an hour good bye. this is some paoli.
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despite being in germany's 2nd tier of football and without a single major trophy to its name it has become one of the world's most iconic teams and it's all down to their fans. but for them sam pouty transcends sport. for them football is about politics protests and music. these fans see themselves in the fan god of a global struggle against send a phobia inequality and racism with over 500 supporters clubs outside germany they are able to spread their message far beyond their hamburg home but some pollies history is far from innocence the club is sending out a warning about the rise in popularity of far right parties like the a.f.d. . nazis and fascists have no place in some polls today.
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for thousands of years 2 famous rivers the tigris and euphrates media iraq one of the most fertile regions in the middle east. the 1st urban settlements grew up on the lines between them the cradle of civilization. but today things are dramatically different for the rivers and the people who depended on them decades of war sanctions upstream dans pollution and a phone in water levels have seriously damaged iraq's engines rivers and water resources. the sutta lot of waterway runs 184 kilometers south from the confluence of the tigris and the euphrates in basra province and forms the border with iran. it provides access to the reaping gulf iraq's vital source of commercial sea fishing.
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an image on it unless i have a 2 hour harlowe out on a tandem with the guardian there know what how selected to get me i'm just a mr g. to be a how hard to serve on your machine and that mess i had stalled here at the car at augusta don't know what i have but 1st i'm a saddam of our daughter while loudly as i would the only show on earth and i kept it said how is it not only an amazing yard to be a loved one until that last march of death and while that effort she is only in the army on some sort of time a while for now more down market in the world because because. of his side then just a bit about those who work with her urban millions market 7000000 in most of the supply producers with a gee you know there was a divorce much of that by hundreds of other the most of us she's a part of them. but how it is of utmost to get a kind of a house to them are not so they're sort of rather sort of their own the larger of
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they are my guests so the me i'm your home see the. is that although you are the host of the. these boats now stand idle in the port of umm foul at the south east end of the us fall peninsula on the right bank of the shuttle a lot of. rusting old diesel boats pollutes the launcher where. i found it has around $40000.00 inhabitants and is a traditional fishing communities but town officials admit that's hundreds of families have now left in search of other work leaving the ports in danger of becoming a ghost town. mark without. go ahead so how do you get the. job about the new jonathan. i was just going to dump it nothing got
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done. being armed but me the guy has about me got me has to be with me. to get the idea that they're going to. be many wanted well you know and also but the macho in my fellow. good at it is they were now about him. because i read that one. out of the way to outside that that is weird. on that of the hour and that's. one side of the new thing now is a 50 kilometer stretch of coastline dive a 2 piece in. the other as the shuttle had a watcher with which ones along side the marshes of southern iran. and its huge fish stocks in there too it's one of the attorneys the 1st iraqi
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fishermen to risk seen in close to greenland and kuwait last. even richer this time . to deliberately try some water in the hope of a quick and easy catch. these fishermen used to be protected by the iraqi navy but that's now to p.t. and largely quarantine the country's only terminal. i don't know. how to be out of it really and. i don't mean i'm not at. all and yet right. we are not and i thought i would tell you that in my 72 point. 2 i was always
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a lot of through us i want to quit through it and i had the money. to get up there and has a lot of there's you know why i left. play out in the. hero while the me i had. moved out of mom will be a. mess and the linen will do it on. then no other not all the. parts and then of where you know. what i've done. not in my robin is yet to do and i'll say i do want to do then. 5 go out on them and. meet up and when those mean mean. not about a. minute i want to so i look what i want to so on. as this pollution and the perceived threat from kuwait into iran are not enough
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just to stream and to stop. and the cases have to do with iraqi security checks. as once you're limited to one along the good market as what you going to be then no not that you could already know about it are going to go to where i was. i don't know go watch it out because over the border i've been like. a lot of malaysian and you know that would have been my wardak up alone and that they're going to do with those i don't buy on the out on an a lot of want to. go to. the wrestle for control of the
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shuttle what i'm watching was one of the causes of the laundry cost. between iraq and iran throughout most of the 1980. that border dispute is still not settled. kuwait and iraq has also yet to agree on a sea border in negotiations which have been going on since the damn 1st things invasion of kuwait and. that's because. many fishermen at the docks. to. here are still bitter over their conflicts with iraq and the 1980 s. and ninety's. the shuttle out of the
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province. this is not the size of fish market. it's a meager return for a day on the watch. to monitor suffers from increasing. with industrial means domestic sewage and i could culture most 30 miles of. me in tonight's match. surprised that fish stocks at an initial. was. assaulted every day. as owns my fans want to shut the lot of the resulting in out.
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was. only. some fisherman have also resorted to damaging ways of catching fish including using poison to bring them to the surface to. be similar or you would. join us and with. jani i had in a while. as a ticket that i sent you and i. know it there was. a and as. well a. dynamic. john. and that's it all with the shutdown among what archive a and as issue i said now in majority my list up as i fear johnny that i shut the month off and i've got
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a macair i'd tell you that bit much and i shop where i know i live off our money no job us no one god they hint and head in and i thought i'd been wise when i damaged already i would and i could outta shut the here or hide them i doubt i'd in modern times child. but who's on the inside how to find the 5 best ally. going to. be good yada yada dial if you will but i will be a test of the end of the word and mean what it is i just really just hate to be so
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hot them to go to the chicken yard he said and said i said i was then exactly when i said i got a bit id when you look at the i knew he doesn't have a play i don't want to how do i not do with another guy. i have said this a lot and will her. well luckily not just because but i cannot see just because i. know what i am are not didn't mind a shop and not at will with that at the shop. i shall see john as have them show up at corps i was there when i might you know me still. when i shop. back in boston. now talks in a similar negative way about life on the tigris. not have
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been of the. night had a mob missed me i was out of the one. i had not thought of not as high as if. i know how long hand has been i've had i now bought. a new me. and. understood the marchioness inch by the u.n. environment program things that. michael was going to pick on another john model year when i was in the alive when i
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was adored and i don't as you know of another now when i was in the idea of god almighty god will i'm going to fit the model of the 3rd in the world yes i will admit i would be a mother covey a god like i had my own more than i had only there were all of the human and 500 others and others yet and others i am i there are no i don't and i. know you and you are my i give you not only any.
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but away from the problems facing professional fishermen and the pollution of the euphrates and. there is one positive heartwarming story. i mean that. when i look at. that fire. doesn't come from a fishing. but has be friended to the tigris fishermen. and discovered a love of the ancient river. like
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a god. given. more. together. at the other better. well i am of that bit. a lot as a lot of us wanted to. say i was so. at them but then i said to. them that letter.
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i don't know that. i'm mad at john howard. so what on you yet and i'm. not on the record fella. attacking them like as jefferson constitutional tomorrow i want to tell. but i'd much time so we're trying to so we're brought. a lot of doors a. huge you. have a 70 yeah no question you had you would you thank you if you were done at all finish up pulled over. also. if you all august after. the juggler but then quit issue which i didn't even have so i was under trying to
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have a command throughways had like a sore arm with it but any leans you know only i ok it lead to a quick obvious i look across minutes i'm going to say that i said god bless the drug neatly feel really them and there's a week. or early. john didn't even middle i know none of them suffered. one of the 100. but i didn't know i have. another 3rd one or the fact that they're not they are near government and about 5 not anyway i 70 of them. going to go look at the not so much comes in below me and you can go to any college
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and or another layer by ramtha county near if you're going to join you're at the store now than then good night money no way. after honeymooning give this metaphor a sniffle in on hi fi i kinda shovelhead us and you. are no business in a 2 way the matter how i assign you a hyphen one of the and if i join it and showing your legs. then the letter where. them accept them any less than the average on their part not in the way that an affair while you get how well it would not have an obvious even a monster. serve.
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but mostly trouble the. owner as it isn't an absolute shut last digit on was this the i'll be out as out as i'm on auckland largest what i'll. * call it the child of god well. yeah well i do watch. a lot of fun most of the love for a lot of cattle well. that's just a. mess good is a traditional mr putting in dish meat by cooking seasoned fresh water car on the fire. of the freedom cooked it in the marsh nines and it's often considered iraq's
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national dish. but that prides itself in making the best my school with the up i know was district almost dedicated to the dish in its dozens of fish restaurants. have been a good girl. but really. so live my life. that. i want what i never thought when but as what. else is the real push as i just. to the heart of its people. today's crisis means that iraq.
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now 60 percent of. its threatens the routes of iraq. between the 2 rivers. and the euphrates. for thousands of years. the small boy and his brother rescued from war in gaza by the red cross i hold this i talk we were 1st released on a red cross truck now a world leader in crisis management and a highly we're going to doctor in chicago who still misses her homeland just one day it's cost around the thinking of returning to jordan al-jazeera wild meats $2.00 successful arab doctors in north america arabs approve the humanitarian and
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he lands on al-jazeera. it's the u.k.'s biggest hospital with the eventual capacity for 4000 covert 19 patients built inside a london conference center it took just 9 days to construct with the help of army engineers dramatically expanding the critical care bed count and other similar sites on the way the actual london numbers could be much higher than advertised researches say that huge gaps in testing capacity that the government is now trying to close extrapolate that across the country under spread of corona virus appears far wider than anyone thought. how i was warming up nicely now across the middle east really starting to build it further north and still some damp weather in the forecast want to shout between the black sea and the caspian sea just around the caucuses apart from that it really is
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more the way of very very warm weather 30 celsius not a nice houses there for baghdad a 41 for kuwait which was the levant said little more pleasant. into the other the mid to high twenty's over the next couple of days there in concert to get up to 13 celsius in doha of his go on throughout wednesday a 40 in dubai just noticed a few showers just around the southern end of the red sea so western parts of yemen western parts of saudi arabia. along with the help of holland seeing some wet weather over the next dial say the seasonal rains doing quite last of course pushing up towards colorado into the gulf of guinea iraq across the heart of africa as shallow as pretty much where they should be based what weather there and place course across tanzania i wish i was continuing to into northern parts of northern areas of madagascar but to the south of that or this generates trial or having said
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