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a legal route is their only option and their hope for a better life can lead them into trouble breathing tough conditions. generally, the more will put their lives in danger. just a very risky needle. when l gc, we understand the differences and similarities of culture across the world. so no matter what newton winter been use and kind to force that matter to you, ah, hello, i'm barbara sarah in london. these are the top stories on al jazeera. at least 6 people have been killed and many others injured in the worst street violence, a scene in the lebanese capital for more than a decade. protest, theirs were targeted by an identified sniper is positioned in buildings. crowds
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aligned with shia political parties, were protesting, accusing a judge of bias in his investigation into the bay route port explosion. last year. gunfire continued for about 4 hours. lebanon's, president michelle alone says the perpetrators will be brought to justice rosara nor your study thought the we will never allow anyone to hijack the country of what has happened to day will be followed on both levels of the judiciary and the security and investigations were reach the reality and the tooth and perfect smug, those perpetrators will be taken to the court. the investigation of the barrett port blast will continue because it's a commitment towards the lebanese people and towards the international community law. based on the independence of the judiciary. you're on like zena hodder has more now from beirut. well, clearly, michelle alone, who is an ally of has the law and among the to she are political groups that called
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for the protest today against target with tar, the judge leading at the investigation. he doesn't agree with his allies. he's saying that he's going to push for this investigation to continue. and this is what we understand. the tension over the investigation really resulted in a heated debate during the cabinet session on tuesday. in fact, the cabinet session was adjourned on tuesday and postponed until wednesday because of that heated debate ounce position was. we have to allow this investigation to continue and for target baton to continue this investigation. and then we will judge him once the outcome is clear. and i think what is also interesting is that he says that he promised the lebanese people that there will be accountability and justice. but he also mentioned the international community. the international community has its eyes on lebanon. it's watching every move. the political class has been doing since the massive protest movement erupted 2 years ago,
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which demanded really a new political leadership, but later fizzled out in the face of the military state. but the international community is demanding the political class to change its ways and corruption fight corruption, ensure that sleep institutions which have been demick, endemic with corruption. this all ends that there's a new beginning. so he's promising the international community that he is. he's supporting there, so he's saying that this is a priority for me and he's also saying that the have, you know, the way to resolve the crisis is not on the street. and it should be discussed in state institutions, including the cabinet. the cabinet has been really paralyzed over the past 2 days because of this heated debate. amola has val, are threatening that we're going to pull out their ministers and if they do pull out their ministers, the cabinets cannot govern. because according to lebanon's, sectarian power sharing agreement,
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all sects in this country needs to be represented for the cabinet to be able to continue to continue its work. the president, talking about con, you know, behind the scenes consultations in order to reduce tension in the streets. these really are dangerous times what we saw in the streets of baby today, reminiscent of the days of the civil war. we've seen bouts of violence in the past . but this has been really the most serious about a violence in recent years nor ways. intelligence agency says a bow and arrow attack that left 5 people dead appears to have been an act of terrorism to others were injured in the worst violence in the country. in a decade, a 37 year old danish man has been arrested. the trial of 4 members of egypt, security forces for the kidnapping, and murder of an italian academic, has been halted by a judge in rome. julia jenny's body was found in a ditch outside cairo in 2016. the judge says he can't be sure. the 4 defendants
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had been notified mornings and half an hour. ah ah ah, friends once had a vast empire covering over 11000000 square kilometers of the world by the 19 thirty's, if comprised over a 100000000 people. but after the 2nd world war, national independence movements rule and pressure mounted on france in asia,
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africa, and the americas to let go of many of its colonies. pressure that it resisted often violently. uprisings in algeria, the middle east and madagascar were subdued with brutal force. trouble also similar in the caribbean and ivory. and in indo china, full scale war broke out. how long could france hold out against the tide of history? it was living in a new world now, in which the new global powers of the united states and the soviet union were locked in the cold war. and in which old empires, what crumbling. this is the story of the collapse of one of the biggest empires the world does ever see. and how the blood didn't is shed decades ago. a still felt in the world today.
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ah, the war in india, china began in december 1946. and after 4 years stuck in the quagmire of vietnam, the french were forced to take stock. they sent for reinforcements. from now on half of their troops would come from morocco synagogue. and even algeria, as in 1939, the colonies had to come to the rescue of the colonizing power. and as in madagascar, 3 hears before they were forced to fight other colonized people. little bit vital, voluntarily. if after that, i'm, if one says papa turning to she really admit is that because she's with volunteer
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should divulge if it's like saga is what it is for home for she was as long as a london isn't unto you comedies, im of fissile a propaganda deficit. is to come in the, for one of the buses. it's you delacour when aliya ganga is an all clear cur, because it emblem on julia and bon plump. well, it boy timothy his id. young french volunteers did not necessarily commit themselves out of patriotism. remote younger brit all day. they fall at ballard. they're not yet. oh yes. on says it would be gen no particular level to level keel eric, and i'm a huge goose about there is a despite military inferiority north vietnamese liter hoshi men stuck to a simple but effective class guerilla warfare. he compared his army to a tiger facing an elephants. the cat needed to strike fast and hard before
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disappearing back into the undergrowth. convertible luca hood to reassure nash nasha nash casual right. nash currently is, you know, critical imminent giovano to her. when you meet your doctor to get her on paul, surely in flesh. i'm pleasure now. lost our buckler schuler dorothea, t from 0 to defeat the french. the forces of the north vietnamese coalition, the viet men had conventional weapons at their disposal. as well as newspapers, propaganda was everywhere than the uncle was a clearly who if they did it, they may believe a year. lo locust? yes they did. they still love jose also mail it was a boy,
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am you fam quick isn't open to you up. they play live and they be segment, except they're live, noel, so they, they young? no l song, gary young, said le fulton, they call on a gently she ad theory. no build this on there is on key taylor on even if jose is all again, the whole shame, i've got that me luck in the north of the country, the situation became more complicated in china. the communists had ceased power. so now who she mean had the support of a much bigger and more powerful neighbor. in response, the united states decided to support france. indo china was no longer a simple colonial conflict. it was a new front in the cold war. in
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october 1950, the fighting on the chinese border hits new levels of intensity. the french army lost 5000 soldiers. but above all, they lost their sense of their own invincibility. have yet mean to control of the north of yet ma'am white chinese age now arrived. unhindered caught by the throat, the french government despatches most prestigious, general john de lackland, a destiny hero of the liberation of france. in world war 2, they called him king ashanti, and in january 1951, he swung into action. and the french army inflicted successive bitter defeats on
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the north vietnamese. in the thick jungle, the french used every means at their disposal. and that included a highly flammable petrol jelly. maple whose only let then those of you last o yeah b b will lady bully lady will lay. they go showing her it lucila and couldn't up out recently. and then seen deadly now. i really young vietnam? laura? yes or no. oh no, lee. toro renee. nora tacy. cortez the nolan. i no later than yeah. what day he should know, acquired another latino, asian,
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do i kill tolkien or yoman or heated but back in france, most people appeared indifferent to events in indo china. only a 3rd of the population supported continuing the war in order to preserve the empire. the french communist campaigned fiercely against what they called, quote, a dirty imperialists war. their slogan, was not a man, not a penny for the war. in indo china at the ports, their cameras secretly filmed what no one wanted to see the coffins of growing numbers of french soldiers stocking up on the key side. the m p. p. m and his pulse was one of the few to foresee the tragedy that lay ahead. he called for the start of negotiations. but the government
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remained blindly stubborn. the empire must not be sold off, and communism must be prevented from spreading. by the spring of 1951, the number of troops sent to vietnam had grown to more than a 140000. the war continued regardless. oh, francis problems in indo china were married in north africa. in algeria, morocco and tanisha. people demanded more and more freedom, while the colonizers living there, looked the other way. the whole problem is, and it's on that, and i did that. i did actually couldn't yell, did you moist, kind like a loo viva! on to cheers. denila. sure. mitchell items, you man initially, daddy bellville? false, keep it. i said, well, we all will inform may will milner slowly pity kitty's. it was in your proposal
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the secret messenger in truth as purely unattended bundle. the ticklish will, should have above, should look a little bossy. while the local colonizers averted their eyes, people's misery fed nationalism, indonesia, the pro independence liter. happy boy gibber had continued his fights. since the 1930 s a young lawyer had come, a long way, had been arrested several times, but continued to demand his country's independence. his public speaking electrified large crowds, but the colonial authorities here were no more disposed to grant denisia autonomy than anywhere else in the empire. and france then made a bad mistake rather than negotiate with bookkeeper. in january 1952, they arrested him and imprisoned him on the island of legality. far
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from calming tensions, this simply exacerbated them. anti french attacks increased that initial reaction was swift. the situation quickly became explosive and the army and police intervenes. there were many deaths, and these enraged the arab world. the protests quickly spread to morocco. langon musket. it will apply clinic as i'm your go daddy. okay. bally frosted him up here. the look. ah, is it he or the day is a good on is also the deluxe learners. as you don't know, what of you, my w? so like, when is your, the dollars? any money limit of all that was? is it, there's other, nobody does as more solid is emerge,
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or the diblasio has you know, sauce it on a should malcolm ah more feel like the only thing that it isn't puzzle. no. so did you draw autopay? don't the thought that this have gone up? it can be crimea, give you the, what do you want receipt to do football. if i did, do you do for yes, quality video, even though he did he to show korea for fall due to she'd moca dodgy missile. oh, do, do new bob. the french authorities wanted all the independence movement leaders gone . after bookkeepers, exile they put his moroccan counterparts under house arrest, and then removed the sultan of morocco. a future king ahmed, the 5th they replaced him with a weak old man with no political legitimacy. but by attacking the sultan france created a martyr. the initial moroccan riots turned into
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a major armed struggle. the crowded marketplace of casa blanca is a scene of horror. as a bomb explodes in a dense brown at the height of the business day, 19 were killed instantly. as in denisia, the french were unable to deal with a crisis other than by force. at the united nations in new york, france was immediately put in the dark 4 years earlier, the french foreign minister habash women had affirmed frances commitment to the un declaration of human rights. this time he ignored them and said, the un should not meddle in an internal french matter. let us just rob the leslie. good off, alice, and stuff, the mcneil, donnie loop, the submission. they can append lavish,
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more savvy to form format in back. if yes, good luck was out of these on up. if you know the french colonial issue had entered the public arena and a new front had opened up over north africa. in early 1954, france froze, the catholic priest abbey pierre launched a major appeal for the homeless, torn between a domestic housing crisis and imperial conflict abroad. the french government needed to act decisively after 8 years embroidered in indo china. it sent in a new commander general on he, nevada, with a plan to strike, a major blow against of yet mean his
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forces in stole themselves in the den, been full basin, a strategic position surrounded by mountains. his objective to force the enemy out of the jungle and engage in direct combat. the french still considered themselves invincible. but they would be proved wrong. ah. the french army was unaware that in the silence of the hills, the north vietnamese coalition forces. if yet men were preparing a major assaults, they carried tens of thousands of tons of equipment and artillery to the top of the hills overlooking the french camp. while trunks carried the majority of the heavy
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weapons, 2 wheels also came in useful or a bag, gar, garcia, i'm a chris at our broker said i'm over both the possible thief lee was also sanky lord eli liberties up they say so sullenly bushel said they may you please a b, a c, lip neglect, but while i was lazy news, oh, well not by the old book. they bought a lot of olive it mall ill not hold or to the level of bust after 3 months of preparation. on the 13th of march, 1954. the battle of den gainful began. hidden deep in kay's, they've yet mean artillery was invisible and the shelling, relentlessly powerful. despite being protected,
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even the medical teams felt the full force of this barrage safety 10 more bulow joe bestardo sauce to disobey his tilly cooler or steel door better. oh justin mo, you wor, chablis? seek eva via lo attend. if with love your fuss, yell she feel hubbard cheapest, or we but to sleep up in albertville. ah. several french battalions were soon put out of action. there was no hiding place. the french were tramps stuck deep in the basin, the wounded could not be evacuated. who's
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on the 7th of may 1954. after $55.00 days of fierce resistance. the last ranks gave way. the city for you? she i told you she better. she just took the place, diaz, maybe she just city fiji. he say to poor will. could please test. will she are put suitable to pussy? she'd you had probably she picked the wolf. ah, no, we're good. i'm the act. connie mangin to come cockroach umbrella. really also be just a way we fargo to really better mom co act. jack de la la marquee paint, good walking. i did time you day. my thought took in my doctor all
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ah, ah yes okey more do they need us on? if here it was a roll of but the he b as, as they're going to move one to most as if they damaged the lula on nick let donnell, there's joe on some i saw presented land. victor landed in the info ran . i know you move up to from korea to where your nova get dead all, hey, dante cordova, when crumley petroleum, we get off out. on the french side, the disaster resulted in more than 3000 dead. and 5000 wounded.
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the viet mean captured nearly 11000 troops. france had suffered a humiliating defeat, the worse since the dark days of 1940 the cedar gonna kasheila, should have afternoon given me as comrade omit, i'm here till flushing. g filiano lucian sha motion bookman. ah. on that window. mamma is cornelius. yep. um elder bloom. it too says unless you have yeah, she dumb in the st. this be up. you immediately see best going. he gets going into full dra ah, the military crisis soon became a political one. pm in this house who had been advocating negotiations since 1950 became prime minister on the 20th of july
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1954 in geneva. he succeeded in negotiating a ceasefire and pulled france out of the indo chinese quad. my vietnam was divided into 2 separate states. the north returned to the viet mean while the south became a republic placed under american protection. cambodia and laos saw their sovereignty recognize it was the end of french indo. china like domino pieces falling one after the other. the loss of indo china had immediate consequences. it force france to give back to india trading post it had administered for nearly 3 centuries in ponti chevy. my god, i can. and yano in october 1954,
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france withdrew from asia to the apparent indifference of most french people. france had lost nearly 80000 soldiers. thousands remains to be evacuated. fighters from the 4 corners of the empire, prisoners, the wounded, damaged for life. ah french citizen suit settled in indo china plus thousands of indo chinese auxiliaries who had chosen to defend the french where repatriated to france often endeavored of conditions. ah, they'd lost everything ah,
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reports of the defeats echoed across the whole empire. sir, mother, she sil on it to dollars. cool english co mall agnew this so hey paul, ill forgot they a pano could to to her nose i needed pay if one grade. no. these jo hayes, she lives handle. she knew i found that the me, ah, i bet her love with house is it? what i knew in part 2, with frances destiny turned upside down. the authorities still strive to preserve their colonial power at all costs. more conflict approaches, but the fall of the french empire is not only a matter of oh,
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trip to their citizenship. thousands of haitian dominicans, a penalized for the heritage estate sanctioned racism, forces them into legal limbo. a young attorney mats, a grassroots political campaign, advocating for social justice. but can she shine a light on the racial hatred and institutionalized depression that lakes the dominican republic? stateless. a witness documentary on al jazeera cotton, one of the fastest growing nations in the world. news wanted cars needed to oakland
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and development international shipping companies to become a teen middle eastern pro trade and wanting skilfully not free of filling a promise of connecting the world future warning cost cutters, gateway to whoa trade. lou. hello and barbara sarah in london with the top stories on al jazeera, at least 6 people have been killed and many others injured in the worst street violence seen in the lebanese capital for more than a decade. oh, preposterous. were targeted by on identified snipers, positioned in buildings. crowds aligned with sheer political parties were
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protesting, accusing a judge of bias in his investigation into the bay route to port explosion. last year. gunfire continued for about 4 hours. lebanon's.


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