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for many across the u.s. the thoughts and prayers a simply not enough but meaningful change will be long and hard fought for for the 1st time since 2010 the supremes court will soon hear a major gun case based around the right to carry weapons in public most of the justices are conservative the decision could have major implications for gun control across the u.s. and will be watched closely and gallacher al-jazeera miami florida. this is all just here of these of the top stories at least 44 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in a stampede at a religious festival in northern israel it happened in man man on fire thousands have gathered for the holiday have a faucet has this update from israel. is no question though that there was an enormous number of people at this very significant religious event last year it was
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severely curtailed because of coded 1000 restriction so this time there were more than 100000 people there by most estimates some suggesting it was even a greatly higher number than that and certainly the videos bear that out you see people gathered at this religious site close to the tomb of a 2nd century rabbi a religious figure revered figure whose death is marked every year in this large bowmore festival palestinian president mahmoud abbas has postponed parliamentary elections scheduled for next month about cited a dispute with israel over voting in occupied east jerusalem hamas has rejected the decision calling it a coup. brazil has become the 2nd country to surpass 400000 deaths related to covert 900 after the us health officials warn the daily toll could remain high due to slow vaccinations and loose social restrictions.
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coronavirus cases and deaths across india have reached a new high as the country grapples with a devastating 2nd wave despite the surge millions of people turned out to vote for regional elections in west bengal and that's raised fears the state may become the new epicenter police in kyrgyzstan are reporting a renewal of gunfire on their southern border with stan just hours after a cease fire agreement at least 6 people have been killed in clashes since wednesday the violence broke out at a water reservoir that both countries claim is the role u.s. president joe biden is in the state of georgia promoting his economic plan is he marks $100.00 days in office is attended a drive in rally in duluth where he pitched his vision to help grow the economy including investing trillions in jobs infrastructure and education and those are the headlines the news continues on al-jazeera after people and our good buy. capturing a moment in time the snapshots of all the lives of the stoniest providing
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a glimpse into someone else's well i am the voice we out of a voice witness on al-jazeera that. latin america has seen its face share of coups insurgencies and didn't say it was over the is some sort of achieve their aims some which have notes but few can a fail so miserably as an attempt in may 2020 to overthrow the government with venezuela with the cost of political exiles military renegades u.s. mercenaries and at least $1.00 president this is the story of how the product fell apart.
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i cast venezuela may 2020 in early coitus high security prison venezuelan security forces were interrogating a recently captured american mercenary. rocks your mingling. with. us they don't ask your ear or ear meaning. one of which troops. could. look denman had come with others to kidnap them as well as controversial president nicolas maduro and improbable not hatched. by former u.s. army green beret jordan goodreads
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a special forces soldier who hone his skills in unconventional warfare during tours of afghanistan and iraq. had struck a deal with the venezuelan opposition to oust president maduro and put them into power in return for $200000000.00 u.s. dollars. but it all went horribly wrong. doing a lot of fun some of you have their little annacone of our monbiot for being here told me. one year after the attempt to kidnap president maduro we investigate what's known and else who really was behind that operation. we pick up the story in february 29000 at a couldn't get town on the border within israel or a convoy of a delay to us and others was just arriving there to meet it was what. leader of venezuela's opposition. why don't have become the head of the national
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assembly on the 5th of january 29000. 1 week later claiming the country's recent elections have been free to favor of a do over. he declared himself into rim president. he quickly gave recognition from 60 countries around the world and called on foreign assistance but the aid was stopped by venezuelan border fences you know base that only that yeah. yeah yeah. here you may have been much needed but it was also a clean pub listen to stuff designed to draw attention to venezuela's food and medical shortages and why do all this leadership claims it attracted many of his followers to the border some of them crossed over to join 1700000 fellow venezuelan refugees already in colombia its government was backing one guy goes presidential bid in the hope he'd fix his country's deepening crabs. back in
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venezuela's capital caracas president maduro was rallying his supporters he blamed his country's troubles on u.s. sanctions imposed on oil rich venezuela to contain its socialist government aid borrelia got out just say no shit the year after year that there are other silly billy more years to live here that give birth over the fear of doing good by. doing good. the american backed aid declared was just another attempt to undermine his presidency. a stamp developed at the border and the color blind never made it across by the summer of 2019 the opposition had most secret plans for the removal of mud little by force we needed something to happen to liberate our country from this really although kidnap everyone political consultant j.j.
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let it teed off high ranking strategists abound. they had decided to hire private american military contractors to help overthrow president might do with the tyrant take all the power supreme court the police the military human rights the constitution of venezuela specifically say that every person with or without power . the duty to do everything in their power to recover democracy. form of that is well and military commanders now in exile in florida and columbia along with why do i leave reaching out to disaffected soldiers back in venezuela among them was transfixed his identity even consider needa local know him. better about the people living in the medical thought out or thought much of by he's. a sociology teacher than the one i sort of learned that 3 2nd only to. simmons on
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windows but they don't was allowed you know when i want to load a lease on. heaven is when the. opposition fighters began gathering in camps across colombia's northern peninsula along in september 29 t. venezuela's vice president revealed the exact location to the united nations general assembly. but. the information gathered by venezuela's cuban trained intelligence service was to prove impressively accurate. i would put it but i'm going. to have. a
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bite out of but i've received quite. a while getting it done. look you push way. into this gathering storm now instead of former u.s. special forces soldier canadian american jordan goodrem on leading the army in 2018 goodrum who had set up a security services company called silk macmall usa and he was even hired to provide security and iraqi for donald trump. the 1st forged links with exiled venezuelans an early 29 team after a charity concert and treat them the opposition leadership now plotting duros downfall and opportunity back when razor danger was 3 things to say that he. and a high level government in the us. has. big
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big money. in there and something like that way to guarantee of future payments in oil. and number 3 that he had. 800 people. that were been in or between a holding a 1200 there were ready to go and he was. on the 16th of october 29th in complete secrecy they had done a good row and several opposition members signed the general services agreement promising good rope and silver $200000000.00 u.s. dollars in return president. in colombia operation as it would become known soon began to take shape. aspiring freedom fighters many of them venezuelan military deserted as we moved into safe houses in
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a town called the latch. on the. book a. good road came to visit he was received like an official u.s. representative. the one while you're not really sure. that the one with that idea among. your peers over. there. in early 2021 why don't travel to the united states there he was hosted by president donald trump at the annual state of the view press. it is very clear to
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venezuelan president he was back in the united states is leading. a 150 nation diplomatic coalition against the socialist dictator of venezuela nicolas maduro. thank you should we do is to true a legitimate president of venezuela who are employed in the sticks thank behind the seeds operation gideon was gathering pace but they'd planned going smoothly unexpectedly my door strategists had decided to withdraw their support george goudreau said grandon a few text in protest we gave these to you in a silver platter and you'll be called you're
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a multi-millionaire shaman jewel for not fixing your concrete you don't deserve to live in the u.s. good roland says that he was allowed $1500000.00 under a promissory note while friend don argues that good row failed to reveal a group of financial backers he claimed to have lined up a businessman who had already promised to sponsor the overthrow of president my doodle in return for the future of rights to venezuela's oil contract rendon says gave good drugs to find a window to present these bankers but according to rent don good drugs fail to do so who say look we're care so this is not working this is normal in for we don't have that amount of money right now we don't want to move forward here because he has a spencer's. i personally call overdose of spaces so you're saying you didn't want to work with jordan goodrum anymore but nonetheless you gave them $50000.00 and that came out of your own money yes yes this kind of blows go in and.
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now was the intention of the award. when you give me the finger toward the arm. in colombia jordan good rose venezuelan partner former major general cleve there was also angry people here a little goofy here is one of you is the leader we love freedom even so secretly recorded by venezuelan security and told a sympathizer he still believed his partner good row was acting with the us government has been looking good in the long. long also the longer you live that will go if you want me at. the community. meanwhile in the colombian training camps some of the more recent arrivals we're beginning to attract suspicion. of all of us whether here. as well or are
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you know your people are. very moved. in my mom are going from blow up or what we have to worry about him. missing from. both of the other so you see on video more so i can be so they get a rise out of as these photos show training in the camps was really mentary in part because weapons promised by good rope and yet to arrive in late march 2020 shipment was flagged down at a police checkpoint in colombia after months of turning a blind eye to the plot to stick to it he's the authorities had to step in order to live their lives so when i learned a lot more boys will identify it will be local philip one might be if you pick a people they want to as a fundamental get an angle into a local syllabi over there are if you will obviously never going to them with that
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. full of machines. the impounded. weapons willing to put on show for the press they included assault rifles laser sights and night vision goggles that would have greatly enhanced the insurgents fighting how an. america could be as close ally was also not playing at all it is a price move charge former major general cleaver will not cut extract thinking together with this sort of opponent president might do and to uscis millions were offered for their capture and alkali agreed to be extradited to the united states. scooped out colossal arrest most of the trainee fighters subscribe to the remainder went into hiding in the working it out days it among them 2 of good roads still the course associates former us soldiers denman and bury. me more presuming. he or.
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no more it all goes over real for me for i'm going to go swimming it's all mental over him abuse here in north korea more and more muslim law all those innocent women going to jail for assault. but according to venezuela's defense minister their location was never a secret see the former seal the. book where. he claims colombian authorities could have easily arrested the man and with u.s. support it was still secretly packing the plotters not about soften them in. order for. it does show it this is some of the you know well you know you take the calling out of the medical and so strangely i mean by the colombian authorities
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operation gideon was on may 1st 2021 of us live up here so not a big dollar one that is not only you know you won't roll it over like you know this you see it so you don't like the part where there are those that will run totally oh my god there are good women with a little put out they don't pay off the old d.v.d. compromised by venezuelan intelligence and now down to a few dozen competitions there would be the surgeons was still intent on going ahead the plan was to circumvent blanket orders and get a venezuelan out into small but there's a lot all you know your can do. it means when it's military knew exactly when and when they were coming. in the early hours of may 3rd as captain pan terrace for the 1st of 2 approached the coast it came under heavy fire. were not seen as on by then they really got to the shore going around. even to the
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land's end i. mean that is where the security forces and respond with overwhelming force. not of one terrorist made stronger and somebody. the 2nd boat was no one like he said with engine problems started running low on fuel it was carrying $51.00 venezuelans and the 2 american mercenaries you damn men and iran bury well on spinning. there's a petrol bomb. in the middle of lunch or was a little too much at the core of the my it are. somehow those are left in being the one to form a ball and bought a bottle for a. here's what i. don't know although surely by now aware that this man had run into problems back in florida civil course boss decided
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to unveil his master plan which form of it is what an army can have you need to continue to at his side could prove reveal operation give you on to the war something 100 hours a daring and fabulous raid was launched from the border of colombia deep into the heart of caracas our men are continuing to fight right now our units have been activated in the south west and east of venezuela the truth was somewhat different . the. day. we. see.
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as they approached the coast and the battered boat francisco and others decided they'd had enough. because i was out on my. own with the. choosing of the employee board level. in the. francisco in 45 all this had gone away for the moment but the 2 americans and some of the group's leaders stayed on board. policewoman ingrid cuz then you was among those waiting for. the company adam mayes we actually thought it. a lot of it i thought you know more money money money. well nigh now that i got a lot more. money out of money and wealth or less
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a move they're saving and so i wanted to model untiring and same thing answer a lot either follow the background perry from a lot of evil but i learned when i would look i. thought at. the moment only from fine you don't know if it i mean i want to hijack the era but i think that on a very some of this is. that it be on the level i don't know if the men were arrested and lined up in front of the media the presence of 2 americans prompted the obvious question who was behind the attempted invasion interviewed in the back of a police car insurgent going forward well i have no doubt and i look for you know i don't know. what i saw.
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the wrong president might do had no doubts either. you know my no no we're not you know not. knowing what america drew said no longer used its own soldiers but relied on private companies to fight its way through. but you see by labelling but ily more you think that i mean you know. but this is the sort of i use a 7 figure them but it's a. full ones venezuelans across the political divide in the united believing that jordan goodrem had the backing of the u.s. government but donald trump's response was dismissive we just heard about it 1 but whatever it is will let you know but it has nothing to do with our government up until then the role of venezuela's opposition leaders had been known only to insiders but faced with criticism about his role in operation guinea on.
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decides to go public there is really no your name there is a contract absolutely let me see if you can read it you have probably read it why you know i have been made up in an interview with venezuelan journalist patricio jordan good drove reveal that opposition leader why does signature was on the contract and that he was still trying to get paid i'm out a lot of marty a lot by the lot of miners a lot of us came together to do this i mean i've been a freedom fighter my whole life this is all i know shortly after giving this interview could rather than lead to phone recording which apparently captured the moment that signed the contract and i was resident person each. would write. the. way.
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we managed to get an interview with plan michael in hiding in qatar and ask him about his involvement in the failed not. win over this young. lady. ah holy nice little earner yes i do insist that the venezuelan government was responsible for operation gideon he accused them of using infiltrators to trick the invaders into going ahead against all odds we are going to get us on those are. in the middle east. and the us. is it or is it not your voice and your signature can i just get
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a simple yes or no you know. what i'm going to get on with and it was a bit of a. look at him of the men that not all look at us and. i'm like why do when don has admitted he's involvement he too blames venezuela i'm recognizing there was a good point intelligence operation of the government we me smart guy with a spirit of 33 years and consulting was like still believe caught. i feel bad about it because there is people wildcards are torture when he played it i was disposed the commission was dismantled the brazier was affected but saying that venezuelan intelligence hijacked the operation is that not just a way for you to escape responsibility no no no i am assuming full responsibility and of honest i would do it again. but not everyone is able to take the outcome so
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lightly. most assume in the early days of going to one of the role for moment where we have most of. them at all must i could always a former. ally have been upper middle and to be so it will not put her there much about her but as i have a lot of money. to date good row continues. to insist that the opposition never explicitly told him to stop working for them and he's using lawyers to claim money from rand on meanwhile president my bhutto's party has taken control of the national assembly in the process removing one by dawes justification for claiming the presidency in maduro's beach to mark the reopening of that is embley to no one's surprise he highlighted once again the failed attempt to unseat him it turns out. they may be that i did but i feel it's just i don't know about.
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put them on air into really engage this is because we know there are all the senses interested not just in the mainstream news but also the more hidden stories from parts of the world that often go under reported. dozens of people are killed and many more are injured in a stampede at a religious festival in northern israel. i'm about this and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up it's being called a coup protest against a decision to postpone palestine's 1st parliamentary elections.


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