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we can, we know how to get to places that others cannot. i will just throw fear guy by putting it on purpose. if i said i'm going, i'm going to be the way that you tell the story is what can make a difference. ah, i'm madison and don't the top stories and i'll just 0 chinese. he is largest political party, says it's ready for elections a day after the president dismissed the prime minister in froze parliament. but then after parties warning against an autocratic regime, laura burton money reports happy boy gave an avenue. in the heart of 2 nieces, diplomat, guerria has known in the stage for protests and political change. and this week with no difference or security forces, lying the streets and the army, his setup,
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barricade locking people and politicians from accessing government buildings. president kyle said sucked the prime minister of the prominence capital members and announce a freeze on parliament's 30 days. he says the decision was taken after following the process laid out by the constitution, but the move was divided opinions. and i'm a local. if the people see that kind of said wants to become a dictator and work against the revolution, of course the people rise up against him and overthrow him so that you know no cause cause it is really a rescue operation because lately alternation have seen that the economic and social situation has deteriorated a lot under the government's policies, the biggest political group, the another party is calling the president's move accrue, but says it's open and ready for dialog. we reject the unconstitutional announcements and we welcome all the
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rejections that have come from most of the, the political party as well as some of your patients. and we call the changes in people to the com and vigilant, and you ready to defend the democracy. the really, really must protest were held on sunday with many, focusing at the not the party. a long struggle with cubic 19. and an economy in decline has become a perfect recipe for unrest. the then on monday, a face off in tunis between those for and against the president. the same streets were filled during the 2011 jasmine revolution that led with decades of democracy with the people now in power of being accused of corruption and incompetence.
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and the president is accused of establishing an authoritarian governments, the many people here so hard to read of a decade ago. for now, what is important is that the decision for all the political acts up to fit together, that we are no longer within to return and resume into needs yet. but we're in democratic are you into an epic and has to happen within the mac graphic process. and democratic framework for now to mrs. com. many don't know whether it's fragile democracy can be phased by dialogue or whether the streets will once again become a stage for nation demanding change lower but manly. out to 0 us president joe biden says all federal workers could be required to get vaccinated against corporate 19 cases continue to climb, driven by the delta barriers. while vaccination rates appear to have leveled off at below 50 percent. well trade organization's discussing demands for a waiver of vaccine. payton center meeting in geneva,
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the u. s. south africa and india have like calls for the suspension of intellectual property rights allow local production of vaccines. a congressional committee has heard emotional testimony from police officers present to the january 6 attacks on the us capital. they've been speaking about the verbal and physical abuse. they say they suffered during the insurrection. a former close ally of pope francis is on trial for the alleged financial crimes sanction the best 2 and 9 others are accused of extortion, embezzlement and money laundering. it's the largest trial ever to take place within the vatican. on soon rains in bangladesh of target, a landslide of the world's largest refugee camp, killing at least 6 people at home to more than a 1000000 range of refugees from me. and mark, most of the victims were children. those are the headlines will be back in about half an hour, bye bye. ah
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. i came to from live on to get away from the war that was happening at the time. and they came to restart a life. as a migraine, when i brought up like i, i struggled, it was very difficult. i wanted to give us every data that was at the beginning. i'm like, my parents sick for the last 2 decades. lebanese families come to australia to build a better life and escape the destruction of war. but many
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a demonized in the new land, only live beneath it, rid of this multi culturalism that is dividing a full service. and then after 15 years of immigration from lebanon, anglo, and arab, australia is divided by the 1st gulf there being confronted with a choice between being either arab or restraint. it's up to now the multicultural story is when you 1st i already answered this question. i mean, i was trying to present all these doors trailer and i shouldn't ask about this. john hardesty chip is really bad about this in well, in the 190908 tiny criminal minority become drug dealing gang to define the law. these games will be wiped
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in 2001 terrorism raises fears that arab australians are an enemy within 35 years later. and he, our pension explodes into one of the most infamous. right, try it. you know, it's just a little, you know, the, we get a 1000, we have been in the fisher effect for 30 people converged on chronology. what happened on that sunday in chronology is a blank all 3 countries in am i live in a garage? what am i on at not? i am is jillian. i am the name. i am muslin. i'm a mother. i'm a georgia. i'm a child. i'm old already one. this is a story of what it's like to be live in a and colon trailer at home. we are a strategy and,
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and this is our homeland is where we belong and this is what we have. me i the 180 police. we've done hundreds across sydney, south west, early this morning, 9 people arrested for a string of bond crimes over the past year. admitted nick, having and the single long thing noise. there was a lot of creams on the streets. there was a lot of crime where the police couldn't keep up to the bad boys on the streets except what they're, what they are all the streets. let's put it this way. and at that time, there was no one to stop them. in sidney south west
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lebanese criminals are said to be running out of control. punch, bowl banks, town canterbury, la camber, the suburbs described by law enforcement officials as hot bits of concept cocaine, trafficking, and violence. me sounds way. sidney is the center of extraneous lebanese community. ah, the $990.00 deeply religious and conservative community is being characterized by a tiny minority of criminals from both christian and muslim family. we suffered as a community because over the kids there were dealing with drugs. there with drug addict the way of making good money and just kill people. it was so easy for them such a mentality to kill people. they sold their weird,
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untouchable. ok. yeah. in the mid 90 ninety's, you got the growth of crime of drug gangs was sort of stuff which is essentially the consequence of not planning for multiculturalism. this is sort of if the race and if you like of criminal delinquency as a preferred lifestyle is the choice you make when access to the normal rewards and normal pathways a society is blocked. i don't really subscribe to the societies to blame sort of train of thought. my family arrived here in the sixties and we probably could have use more of a hand than what we got,
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but you make 2 and you get on and you possibly make success of all your efforts and your life. yet egyptian born new south wales deputy police commissioner, nick called us still recognizing the pressure of growing up arab in wider estrella . i think anybody who says that there is no racism in sydney, australia as they hit in the sand. there is racism and that doesn't contribute to some extent to people being united and people go down the wrong path. in fact, with sydney, the wrong path means gang activity. the politicians order the police to use 0 tolerance, the gangsters get personal threatening offices and their families. adults thought the environment was significantly fallen. 11 of these gangs running, destroy it involved public place, shootings, campaigns,
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murders. it was in the face, ball and crawl were proud of this money and a proud of the easily gained wealth there with the greatest enemy to a community at that time. and we needed to make a stand against them. wanted to form a partnership between the law abiding citizens and over community. and the new south was police again was criminal elements. a lot of the lebanese young gangsters thought our bigger than they thought that our unbreakable and untouchable. and that's why i try to intimidate the police to 18 year old, was shot twice in the legs in a pockets punch ball at the weekend for heat in the area in the past. and with the rise of the criminal gangs, comes an insidious influence. american gangster culture in music and movie,
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had the powerful effect on australian lebanese to see when you watch games to movies in the and you see all the money in the last. all of those sort of make you want to give the lifecycle growing up in banks town with them. i you known as westy is like many young teenagers with a passion for gangster rap. when you become a teenager, you're always open up to a lot of things and follows 6 drugs in rock'n'roll. and we can direct you to different paths. read the videos and the like cars and blame and girls and guns. that's the culture that they grew up in. family okay, grows up surrounded by a similar culture, but graduates university and worked in management. we are
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a very mild dominated culture as well. there's no, there's no denying that. and just to prove your man who did a lot of cases, yeah, you show how much you've earned with your cars and, and jewelry and, and everything else being on the streets. and again, with my friends sort of did mean identity with everyone starts to know who you are and they start the fees because of you and your boys. ah, it's just things that you do when you're young and stupid and not really thinking brought up in a conservative catholic family in nearby paramita, george basha and his friends also aspire to the glamour of gangster rap. i think it creates, they don't see really say cool, you know, i need to go and you do it and you know, thinking, thinking ahead us thinking in the moment it's always in the moment
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when he comes from a consider that he's working class family to immigrate during the lebanese civil war, when i was young, i had a very good. i had everything offered to me for my mother and father, and i had all the love and affection from them. he does well at school until he and his friends discover drugs. see, we started smoking marijuana 1st thing we started taking alco, then went to ecstasy, then went to illustrate. then i went to cocaine and my father decided me. he's still in a shining mate, and i'll tell you a few john, which is so true. the 3 all went off track because we're all doing the same thing, getting on drugs, making money to support a drug habit. and just like in every community in sydney, anglo or not,
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the drug culture crosses generations many who stray down the wrong path when they're young. turning to worried parents back in my twenties when we're in control and a phone call, you can get hands on anything. your name is on from coca tomorrow on or to, to guns, to whatever you want to end up with a phone call, fellow cares. little brother, sam has some run ins with the law and he's lucky to avoid jail. but as a father with a young family, he worries about the drug record evolving in southwest sidney. when you get older and more mature, you want to keep you and you have kids. you want to keep your kids as far away from stuff like that as possible. you don't want to say the things that you're saying, you don't want them to do the things that you've done i've had a lot of unfortunately, interaction with people on drugs and dealing all with people actually using an
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unfortunate coast on their community. and we've drunk come violence. i've seen, i've seen people issue. i've seen people get step. you know, i've seen i've seen it all by the early, 900 ninety's. george basha is a panel beating apprentice by day and a d. j at night. but with the gangsters dominating the streets. he's also the son of a worried mom. he worked at ha on all the time. i was why i see in the all the time i see some stuff. i look from the window. if george back home one or not soon his back home, i feel comfortable eisley, my husband said to me, crazy, we solid noise. you see in the window. i filled them because i was want to, he way different places. you know what's happened day?
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you know, it was a, some people, some people might because i was trying to get in a puff that late. and joe went to my mom. do you know get to find goals? we're going to find tommy, all your friends 40 for his life with when you want to be and he asked me, it's just been a lot to pull him and nave. lead him up and his falling walking will not make it. oh the thought of your friend, the lame in hospital shoes come from all ivy's body. i remember a coin was very the way the cry and so i turned away and then i went home and sleep couldn't sleep 9. i'm thinking for kids and then he said, that's me. what for wednesday and his teenage crew,
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the big life lessons are still to come. for them, drugs and petty crime go hand in hand 16 to make money on to to puff of doing crime. the majority of those kids penance, a 1st generation they came in from lebanon and they didn't have much control overs at kids activity. and they didn't know what that kids were doing, even though some of them were using their parents' home as a distribution center for drugs and that sort of thing. i but with these parents and not so naive, my parents eventually started to know the rose taking drugs in that i was making
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money because my mom would find a lot of casual mutual fund juries you'll find, you know, she started uncovering things, bit by bit and so she start asking me when you get to law found order to make some excuse. but she knew all was doing wrong things ah, and for with these dad, there's only one response in physical violence with my father tried to discipline me in that form, but it really doesn't work when you have someone it just makes them rebuild. ah, and in the mid to late 19 ninety's. this is where many rebellious lebanese tains find a drug supplies. to be a straight punch bowl. this quiet family enclave becomes the illegal dr.
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distribution center for southwest sydney to be straight was renee on for being a violent and organized crime area. there was significant drug distribution taking place on runners. the lower level straight deal is full drugs. so there would be a lot of cars going dental i. peace trade looking for dealers to have them supply drugs to people going to the store. it was actually the same as any fast food outside the ago. they still put 5 again to get to officially it's only a handful of dealers, but they terrorized the strange dan directly linked to formatted and 25 shootings. this was the korea they tried. they continued on a tradition of other people. hood involved in organized growth and some of the
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young men knew nothing kills bought to be criminals. unfortunately, there was a well founded fear at the time that if people went to the police station to give them any kind of information, those criminal criminal element would know about it and they'll come to retaliate. it's difficult for people to stand up and give evidence as a witness against some of those cron gigs, cuz our volunteer. and as we saw later on they would shoot and kill people who they thought were going to give evidence against them. the for the hello p a straight gangsters, pan guns, a part of everyday life drug drug dealings and carrying guns. do i go hand in hand on people protecting us? i guess. and unfortunately, a gun culture certainly has come into prominence or the guns are supplied by crooked gun dealers and it's the beginning of illegal
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international gun import through the post. so suddenly you've got the capacity of young people to get guns, fuel by money, and they see themselves as likely new drug lords, they're on a short shoes. they think money is easy and the police will never touch them. there were significant police response to this which, which resulted in police undertaking surveillance, coven operations into life history, buying drugs em sills, making sure that on the cover are pretty, with down the street. identifying that as you're responsible for selling drugs. but the police under political pressure to get tough on crime, also struggle to keep the community on side. the community policing at that time did not exist. police officers on the street did not communicate as
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a force communicated and treated young people and a very bad manners. and at the same times, there was the idea was in the community that it is, all of corruption was in the police force itself. i think from a policing perspective, engagement is, is key. it's all important perhaps in some ways in the, in the ninety's we would not as engaged as we could have been as a relationship with the police becomes increasingly fractured. christian and muslim families are grouped by crime and an epidemic that steals their children. a lot of young people were buried much earlier than was, should have because of their drug habits. a lot of family way to broken at that time because of the drug habits. and pat and didn't know how to deal with it
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just did not know how to deal with it. i have seen it 1st hand in my capacity as a general practitioner, we had an excess of 80 different families. they were all mother or father or sister or brother of i had a when addict and over community that was staggering. ah, as to low peer street thinks deeper into the criminal abyss west, he moved from south west sidney to pick up the drug trade in kings. cross, when i was 7 friends or living in the city and making all the money and living the high life. but when he's high on drugs, it's a robbery that finally brings western world crashing down on the train. and there was 3 individuals which started to swear at me in arabic,
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on them once warned them twice, one them 3 times. they wouldn't listen for an life and lined up for being all 3 of them, which i really didn't have to do because already making a lot of money in the city. but being off my head, i've done so and stripped some of the woods. he's arrested and convicted of robbery and served a year in jail with 2 years parole and back on to lo p, a straight punchbowl to violent drug trade, 4th of the teenager to pay the ultimate price ah, schoolboy. but lee was bashed, stabbed in short, half in the end. it was a single knife wound to behalf which killed him. and the people already reeling are about to be demonized. a 14 year old korean school boy is stabbed
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when he walks into the wrong front yard by mistake. edward and full friends and john pulled up their cars. my 15th birthday, a young boy going to a birthday party. it just happened that there's the party antelope. yes street, he went to the wrong house, said the blogs why he looked so i stopped him. it wasn't good for the community, but it's sort of fitting with a pattern of life around punch bowl at the time, the shootings and the capping, whatever you want to call it was, was unfortunately very common. at the time, edward's parents are receiving counseling. he was an only child, his friends have told police they didn't know their attackers and there was no reason for the killing. was done by won't have to find who did it for the, for the dental have me. i
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think in some ways the minute of edward lee and to live yes, st. focused the whole lot of media and public attention on the street and on the on, on staff with sidney. they were adamant as women, they were other people who were killed in very tragic circumstances, but they didn't sort of grabbed the like, imagination and the media attention the way the li murder did. and what happens next is kind of main, a disaster for the live in a community, and almost associated with the new generation of young people and making demand to be banned society. welcome to generational change, a global theories that attempt to understand and challenge the ideas that mobilize you around the world in london to activate tackling the root causes of youth violence. many young people that perpetuate and violence,
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