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on the podium for the 1st time since 2014, 10 years. finally, finally we got. the alarms knows how titles are won and lost with 2 races less hamilton's chances of an 8th world championship. his 5th in a row are in his own hands. full rece al jazeera ah what you onto there with me? the hall, robin and dough hall. reminder of all new stories, sedans, reinstated, prime minister dot handle has promising a technocratic government, reversing the country's military takeover. humbug. spoke exclusively to algebra, to reaching a deal with the military chief avowed elections with an 18 month home and read them in. the co concept of the upcoming government is that it will be a technocratic government, made up of sudanese qualified professionals about with one and
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a half. he is left out of the transitional period. therefore, the upcoming government, according to me, should focus on very specific issues. chiefly the completion of transition into a democracy and it's related obligations like the convenience of the constitutional conference. i'm holding the elections. a number of people have been killed after a car drove into a crowd during a parade in the u. s. city of walker. sho, in wisconsin, more than 20 people including children, were taken to hospital following the incident. fall right populist jose antonio cast as leading in chillies presidential election with 28 percent support. with any all of the vote counting now he's facing a run off in december again, the former student protest leader gabriel burridge, who has 25 percent of the vote to missionaries could not in haiti last month have been released. that's according to christian aid ministries that they were amongst 17 from the us and canada who abducted close to the capital porto prince 5 weeks
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ago. please in belgium's capitol views tear gas and water cannon on protest. as angry about cov 19 restrictions, tens of thousands joined sundays march in brussels, which started peacefully near comes after the government announced new restrictions with additional measures for the unvaccinated australia has announced its biggest change to foreign travel restrictions since the start of the pandemic. some fully vaccinated students and work visa holders will be able to fly into the country from next month. australia may also welcome vaccinated citizens from south korea and japan. of course you can follow those stories on our website at al jazeera dot com is updated throughout the day. more news and half law here on our dessert, but next it's one 0 one east, the gangs of papua new guinea to stay with us. if america held up a mirror to itself, what would it see in a sense, race is the story of america what's working and what's not,
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what people are talking about. it wasn't at the top of the agenda. if america can't handle multiple challenges on multiple friends, we need to go back to school. the bottom line on al jazeera ah, in papa guinea police, a waging a war against ruthless gang crystal fisher prairie armed robberies, carjackings murders, shot it all over night. any late then the capital port moore's b is considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world which come in. we'll program a you to do one or one east investigates. popping you get is criminal underbelly,
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a land of volcanoes, mountains, and vast forests. as far as the i can see but pa, for new guinea is also home to violent local gain. these p, the police are fighting a merciless campaign against the rascals. harden criminals from the slums. ah, we're in the capital port. moresby, with a local police. when a call comes out, here i is older, we marry him or at all. mm hm. we have to be quick.
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the stations reporting to robbers have gone into hiding in the area. the police are familiar with the neighborhood of a blue from o'connor, with seamlessly mobile cleared on less and less interior or i was with the police start a search, a lift tenant david chicks, the buildings one by one of these after a few minutes he's fellow officer find the suspect. there's no indication he's involved in the robbery. yet the police arrest came of that i just with burger was thinking yes. there appears to be no basic rights for the suspect of your the policeman holes him on the ground re rather was hiding in jail.
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they use a dog leash as handcuffs after you are away from your owners. nikki mcpherson in show us the rest of the mission mission probably know all of them because they're, they're crusoe. they're against, you know, they live on where they're taking the money a lot, even in front of our cameras. the police don't hesitate to hit the suspect. oh sure . sometimes sho, in most cases, fully services can be used to assure people if, if he was continuously running over the surface, made crystal please are, they don't carry every so the finally got dorna this a little bit of a thing. so i'm happy with the police want to take the suspect to the
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victims to see if they can identify him. but when they arrive at the grocery store or the manager is on guard attacks on businesses by corrupt police officers, a common here with our medical development. i was wondering, i did before a one man like a. eventually they persuade an employee to come out and see the suspect. before finishing up, lee would be developing a witness to the calling. his testimony is crucial, but there's a hitch or design center channel, either the employee, certain the suspect is not the man who robbed the store. really define it. we're going to be sure the police asked to see the video surveillance footage. oh i think what else are nice says what else?
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with white. okay, let me get you know, we're going to wait a little in direction very much. the video confirms the employee's testimony for the man is released. the federal anyways i get it. there's no apology or compensation or when i get out really well among other with just a bottle of water to rinse out his bloody mouth. as for the robbers,
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this still it launch in this neighborhood on the see were given the rare opportunity to meet some other no one armed robbers, honeywell, bardo, was once a small fishing village, but with more people were migrating from the countryside to the city. in recent years, it's grown to around $15000.00 inhabitants. crime and violence of surgery. it's a lawless zone. the police haven't been able to patrol since 2015. this is jack's base. he's one of the pop guineas most important crime, boston us. after several weeks of repeated contact, he's finally agreed to meters. if that a job, we will have to sign a sh fallen vehicle to execute her. a key will tell. oh goodness. okay, you finish. try find object and then bring our report inside here which is
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safe and then we change the plate number pool all. busy the resource to get to like arms and all that and have a plan from here and go out if he could come back here, no matter what jack seems, open and friendly, but he has a record as a harden career criminal. his 1st robbery was at the age of 16 and his crimes multiplied from there across the neighbourhood, stolen cars that jacket, his men using robberies a left to rust. today the gang leader has a job to attend to one of his specialties stealing luxury cars. okay, now dealer trio talent to south fire
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law owner actually to the yacht club. he was out to the ship, one of the yacht and slid them wanting cramps oberon, while the jacks already had a spare key made all he needs. now a false papers. over the years, the gang leader has developed an efficient network of accomplices. you're going to see a man. yeah, this one's one front of what a soldier of the i was to get. so level a triple play study. i want to photo switch and push it. we are within us if a couple of going to buy a biography. but it's amazed, progressed through let me change all the paperwork and all that we're networking said the little vehicle insurance, so we'll look into it or pay for us if it all was and then can on the report
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and tell it so we can send it for there's a, there's 150050000 look good. because i used one and it's more say find a risks of been short. this 0 jack been take this to the poor district of co gary on the outskirts of the city where he's family. that's my house. yeah. and he's much, i'm really this my mom i one all knock off. i'm not available, but i want to curl minutes. that's her daughter, my sister lives, my sister. my aunt is. what is my, my dad's martha. are you proud of your son? proud of michelle. why are you kidding me? why?
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because i'm getting more in is getting sold. and so he'll request on me. hate ever criminal gang. jack is a primary bread winner for his family level and says everything you does is for them. when, when, when you are keith's, what we'll do. i dream to be a lawyer. the course may give him a background. my eyes are criminal. i focus on to go to school and get them to send and become a lawyer and fight justice. give justice to my my people where there's so much injustice. what i'm doing now is not for myself, but how much you in future. they again, jack found work on the other side of the law, inquiring how to set up his operations. the gang leader needs weapons and for this he has an in house supplier is with a little bit of small governance by dinner,
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jonathan. we shoot these gunsmith who will call john has been working exclusively for jack's gang for 28 years. this is the 1st time the gangs allowed him to be filmed. 2 boys come in. look for then are you today? so they will hold up, or. busy read john makes one gun a month on average. his tools and techniques may be rudimentary, but the finished products are effective. his wish and sometimes kill police man. well, yeah, he took that that the senior with nobody. didn't go to the garbage finished by how he find the food for me. if the police are not going to give to me and i
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do this push in for me and how long it took to make one maybe one hour. that's all that's to me is kimball. couple of them in the woodland innovative evidence or miss elkin oh come request me will can regain would so minnesota plenty anti local to request milwaukee maybe more it's a risky business. a john's arrested he could faith 5. he's in prison, and how much good one. this one for. 0, one doesn't came out and just like that. another wish and he's ready for p and geez, gang lance. we travel to the heart of the countries mountains. here the forest cover nearly 3 quarters of the territory and
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his home to unique wild life and plant species found nowhere else in the world. the famous mud men live on the outskirts of these breathtaking landscape. or in the village of a thorough jim's the leader of this community, of a few 100 people these days, the mud masks are not so much a feature of their daily attire, but a more for tourists consider for chronic and if the tucson to miss appleton p ppo peak, my and taken me one day law. finishing is a to son, she did get money. he taunted him to us the madman. and we get money if you dollars that or is there come. then we don't go home and we have no money. no money,
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but the pandemic has put tourism here on hold. to supplement these meagre income, the madmen work the land in the village. we always been sweet potatoes because one beer is 15. okay. or santa can, can you see the street to see to he for a gritty it this latrete it vegetables a profitable, but not enough to allow parents to send their children to school. or by every day necessity to make ends meet, the village has turned to an illegal industry making alcohol. jim takes us to a small heart with a home brew it's made. it's been in us. it's already getting ready. widow, orange, in charge of manufacturing it. eric explains his method santana with ownership. she
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showed her several papa and donald, who taught us that one moment while i pull up her, you can reach me. another thing is not in the snow and i am sure every time broo is extremely potent between 60 and 79 percent alcohol. sometimes people cannot become a violent because of these. yes, they can fight. they really want to fight your. you can go crazy. you read, we like to kilo's, wife, we children, can he did with local world news good to strong. so what about his strong airy charge is less than $5.00 a liter. to supplement his income, he's developed an even riskier business. growing cannabis and stop hype and
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hooper has snoopy seemed clear, gorgeously had glimpsed. that'll groan and clear goldlick olivia. but like la police and pat and then cherish while height, it was polish only reply. i'm global, she calabasas 5 to 10 years from direction. the communities across the highlands are prepared to take the risk to try to earn extra income. ah, lean equality between the nations rich and poor has been the source of many scandals in the poverty stricken country. such as the 2018 apec summit, a meeting for leaders from across the asia pacific region to transport 21 heads of state. during the summer the government board, dozens of luxury maserati cars with public funds, the cost to the taxpayer,
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nearly $4000000.00. but what happened to them since after investigation, we learned they stored in these nearby sheds. when we arrived, the guard confirmed the cars are behind these gates where they are gathering dust inside. we find 40 brand new maserati imported from each lea was a $100000.00 each. the finance minister said the cars would be sold to the highest bidder after the summit. and that he expected them to fill like foot case. while critics called the cause, a symbol of government waste in other places, public spending is hard to see the manner penitentiary, the largest prison in the country, lies just outside the capital. where am uniform strider pro grossinger filters this
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roller? i remember that a book let overflow to go. the august inside these rusty metal barracks, rapist murderers and robbers together. ah, he is the administration only separate. so is awaiting trial like this man who's been behind bars for more than a year. you had our meta matter in the prison for unarmed guards are responsible for more than 600 inmates. we will, if maybe we on them are we, you shall we moved in our brain to, you know, talk to them, to stablish them down to how to manage to submit a new joshua with dish i'll on there when a we can not contain on the group we used to allow him to get the support. that was really, i mean there was come and reinforcement or comments of what us in our duty one for these gods really cool for reinforcements once the most dangerous prison in the
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country. it's improved in the last 5 years in order to ensure pays, the new management asked the prisoners to take control of their own security. in exchange, they are given more freedom within the grounds. i think it is there is one over to you. each barracks has its own head of security. in this 145 year old joe is the boss. i broke impression in this i wish learn to torrijos own. i came, you said pushing or so and he served different sentences for different crimes armed robbery. peyton, 50 even murder, serving 25 years in prison. joe will remain here until 2025. he spends his days in his dormitory hot dish with british i
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cynthia. nicely one actually for the i don't have blanket. i want the ish hot climate. the short and this one to will be hot with climate change call when comes to that i breathe when. if ready, what they come down that you don't wanna cement with prisoners here have no mattresses to sleep on. no television and no phone, but some like joe managed to get one. i have my, my phone. i want to again see ish. look here. sounds positive is what happened with behind this iron barrier is solitary confinement in this very small space prison. this can be held anywhere between a few weeks and a few months. i don't know who
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these men are all here for the same reason. they broke prison rules. i incident or style. customer drinking. alcohol is a now gone. how you manage to get on call, telephone, all this data requested and they're so big confidential you know what i'm saying? yes. and the prisoner is cautious as a god stands right behind us with after years of confinement, the prison allow some inmates to work outside with this morning where port mosby central market. under heavy surveillance prisoners
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will clean the area around the market with only prisoners who meet certain conditions and are approaching the end of their sentence are eligible for they are from hill from one to let go. they have become more easy. so with that, they will think you have all, i have something more floppy. why get risk free? go, i don't. nicholas this community service provides an opportunity for surprising were union. family can sit down, people, a house against them and talk to deb. this detainee has not seen his daughters for 9 years and then with they were small and i left him with my wife
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with he live. i moved from you speaking for his family that been trying times experience of the other room and i have retention with we returned to the city center to find jack the head of the gang. he's meeting up with his associates far from prying eyes, sexual plays a safe place where we can come and talk and discuss things here. the body of jack's long time friend and partner in crime is marked my years of violet confrontations. alberta is short, 9 times different occasions. ah. if i had thought to day,
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so we call him or whatever. yeah. national glance again. them 16 when did same simply again. i know i saw my teacher. so my friends linden would go around like a policeman, shot me in and i shot 3 policemen. jack's also being shot and short here while others still him and you live, i want to remove it. my risky in our president might cut and there was something anal paralyzer from them as well. so you keep the phone. jack says he's working more and more with his former rivals to evade the police wolf. i am a tall and vehicle here look for gun bullshit. guns middle leg, the come to
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a good place or nice and, and then when the time comes, we will hit come. what are we get? 50020000 or 30000. we come with spit jo. between them, these gain ladies have spent nearly 20 years behind bars. to what i do knows, i see her small ones come never at the block or from coming up. i tell them, i thought you nourish you leash and keep your mouth college taught. if i, if we can do an operation chapter full and i was it in the event of the polish convicted german name, a friend, one, a wash you'll have to we salad if we all been a mouth and given for my rent. and when it will, up to prison unit washed up up when you guineas, government came to power, promising to fight systemic corruption. but faith in the country's leaders is low
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crime remains rampant. and the countries gangs rose stronger and bolder. who the cooley 19 pandemic has led to a spike in child trafficking across india, one to one of those. fighting to save hon children on al jazeera for venice of correct. just so the battle fields around most of our job is to get to the truth and empower people through knowledge. from the al jazeera london broker, fantastic to people in thoughtful conversation. we were 1st of racial black british people and we had to really find our way with no hope and no limitation. the world is a much smaller place. we do better to get away with these regional boundaries, film direct, thank you. in to tell me thing a songwriter again,
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you think about racism making separately have is making are invisible. you dear, be unscripted on out there. ah. your challenges there with me. so robin doe, her mind of all top news stories, sedans, reinstated, prime minister, abdullah ham dog. it's promising a technocratic government reversing the country's military takeover. hon dog spoke exclusively to al jazeera after reaching a deal with the military chief abound. that would be elections within 18 months, and fickle as he'll feel. how cool and read him in the co concept of the upcoming government is that it will be a technocratic government made up of sudanese qualified professionals, then about with one and a half years or less.


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