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that impact their land and to seek their consent. the tiny seemingly community has won a huge battle, letting me know necessarily had the last word. since the court ruling does leave room for exceptions in the name of overriding national interests. ah, this is al jazeera ah, hello, i'm adrian said again. this is lisa live from doha, coming up in the next 60 minutes, just leaders in occupied east jerusalem condemn israeli forces for attacking mourners at the funeral. procession of houses here, a journalist showing ob laughlin view security camera footage of the moment that is ready forces storm st. joseph hospital where sharon's body had been lying. partial was also outside lebanon's, parliamentary election,
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destination faces of economic and political crisis. and sweepin says that it will seem maitre membership, ending 200 years of neutrality in the wake of russia's invasion of ukraine. and on the statement of the sports in the n b a playoffs, the defending champions mobile, he bucks, bow off at the hands of the boston celtics. mm . a special commemoration service has been held for the murdered al jazeera journalist, surely in elbow or clay, and bethlehem, and the occupied west bank church leaders and hospital officials in occupied east jerusalem have condemned israeli forces for attacking mourners such terean's funeral procession on friday. a coffin nearly fell to the ground in the chaos. him on. com, begin. sa coverage. 3 words, condemnation,
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disrespect. disproportionate off at a news conference at saint joseph church hospital, its leaders and clergy condemned at these railey police for friday's attack, against sharina, barclays, coughing, and the pull barrows, accusing them of disrespecting the hospital grounds. and finally said, it was a disproportionate use of force. the police torn into a christian health institute, the sort of disrespecting the church disrespecting, the health institute, disrespect in the memory of the deceased, enforcing day pallbearers almost to drop the coughing. the church authorities released previously unseen security camera footage of israel police entering the hospital. which said there was absolutely no reason for this to have happened. it's general director says all concerned parties and now discussing what to do next. most probably court kish and we are now discussing with church leader catholic
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church leader and day honors of the hospital. the sister of saint joseph and the administration of the hospital about the next legal action to be taken. initially these ready police said they were acting on the instructions of the family. something serena's brother, who is the family's representative de noise. absolutely. notice we are ready, please call me to the police station to don't you know the exact truth we are taking asked me not to have any for the scene and snags reason during the funeral. no slogans, no chance in today's the scene on and i stress that this is not only my funeral, not toward our balcony on the not for berkeley family only, but it's a national funeral. everybody will participate. i can tell you the exact number of people who will participate. i told them that the funeral will you from st. joseph hospital to the greek medicaid church and jennifer gate and then to the find in the cemetery in mount zion,
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the church authorities in the hospital and now weighing up their legal options. israeli police say they will investigate the incident that took place hey on friday, and he's really army say they are investigating the death of serene outlet. but given previous investigations, no one here or indeed members of the family. hold out any hope that that will be an independent investigation. and indeed sharina acclaim. family are saying that they would like an independent international investigation, but calls for that so far have not been heated imran of the finding that report went on to the commemoration ceremony at the church of the nativity is his report now for bethlehem. it's a measure of just how respected, serene elbow, auckland, was that there was a commemoration service in the church of the nativity which is just over there. that's where the savings where jesus was born are as well. this is manger square, a completely historic area. now on the moon is came from the commemoration
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being held, as i say, at the church identity that came here to a morning hole that's been set up. there's a huge poster. sharina said they killed the body, but they did not kill the soul sharing a block lay. thank you. and good boy b, the mourners here are showing not just grief, but love as well for searing. it's some measure of how respected she actually was. that there's this about people here. now, these people all saying that she highlighted the occupation all the way up until she was buried in the ground, the usaa ambassadors of the you and has called for justice for shaheen. linda thomas greenfield. my, the comments are columbia university graduation ceremony. today i'm thinking of palestinian american journalist, serene abra. sharyn was killed just
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days ago in the west, spain and i, i met her. i met her during a trip to ramallah last summer, and i instantly recognize that she was someone who was in the ring for all of the right reasons, the british minister for africa. the key ford has called for a transparent investigation into the killings of palestinians in recent weeks. and so to sharon's murder was brought up of the u. k. house of commons. as be clear, this is not a one off attack on journalists or by by israel. we can't forget the israel actually how to read last a last may on the july billed in the hosted al jazeera, an associated press office. and this isn't just a story of shaheen either. but many of a journalist including a $55.00 palestinians journalist kilten, 2000. and how can the palestinians have any faith in israel to, to handed over a bullet and the so called you have, is this white wash of an idea that they're going to investigate when nobody has been how to account or been lots and lots of years. so what representation is
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a minister mickey and this government mac into as it's really counterpart to actually make sure we get justice on this occasion, not just fishermen, but all the palestinians who are continually being brutalized. the u. k is very concerned by the number of palestinians who have been killed by israeli security forces in recent weeks. we continue to urge for thorough and transparent investigations into the desa hausteen's. ready civilians and call again from a straight in the use of force. symbolic jaws been held in garza for showing up a lot by many who weren't able to attend a funeral on friday. august the resume that i was hired was that the palestinian liberation organization has the range of a funeral with her university. one of them all the a god this trip, this symbolic funeral. that is how god because god gets the only here re i don't
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get my terry that was not allowed to go and read to read. did he enroll because of this c and sell these young generations here? regardless of course, do form in there in barley funeral to pay tribute in showed respect to the loyalty this city a balcony who has been assassinated. why covering the raid in jeanine gun elizar, marlena, unavailable garza, we were not able to reach her funeral. and that is why and the gaza strip. we had to do the symbolic funeral. in honor of the spirit of the marty sharina wadley. these young generations have led, following serene all through their life. and now it's a day and through all these events that have been held there, be gods this chip re read, they say, and be confirm that serial salon remain in their memories. here with the news,
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i'll still come on the program. but donald says that it's out of russia, how the fast food giant became the latest western company to pull out of its russian business. how the departure of this flight from yeoman's capital could be a stepping stone towards peace and in sport highlights from the n h l. playoffs. as 2 more teams make it through to the 2nd bro. ah, preliminary results from sunday is parliamentary election and lebanon shall major gains for the lebanese forces party. that's a kristian group aligned with saudi arabia, and several anti establishment candidates, one seats in the 1st election. since the bay route port exclusion and the collapse of the economy. well, here's a closer look at lebanon's complex political system. it's a power sharing structure based on the 1989 typhoid cord,
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which ended the civil war. it's parliament has 128 seats divided between muslims and christians. the president must be a christian, the prime minister, a sunni muslim, and the speaker has to be a sheer muslim and alliances are often formed in order to create a majority, ready and back to his ball, up that its allies dominate the current parliament out as arizona hot reports now from beirut. there was disappointment, especially with the voter turnout. people were saying that we're not gonna witness any change. we need a new leadership that is capable and willing to carry out reforms to fight corruption in order for lebanon to, to be able to gain that to get to an i am a for a bailout package. this country is dollar hungry. it needs billions of dollars in order for the economy to recover this morning when preliminary results started to come in. there were some enthusiasm that, even though this change is not significant, it is the beginning that lebanon is now on the path to recovery. but at the end of the day, this is a parliamentary democracy,
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but the reality is it's consensual democracy. if none of the communities a work together, if one community feels that they are marginalized, set out or under attack, by the others, then there would be no national unity and there will be no peace. and this country has seen a civil war. it has seen bouts of violence ever since. so if these different political forces don't come together and work together, then we're not going to see political stability. and of course, the economic stability. so people are concerned the exchange rate to the dollar increase today. it's now $28000.00 lire to the dollar. the official rate is $1500.00 to the dollar. there's inflation. this wasn't middle income country. now the majority of the population is poor. so people want to wait to see if this new parliament is serious about carrying out reforms and fighting corruption. but at the end of the day, that's going to be difficult because if those in power do that, they lose control of space, resources, and resources that they have been exploiting for decades.
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so just defending ukraine 2nd largest city hawk sheaves say the faith reached the board. with wash up the defense ministry showed a video of celebration to the border marker. however, the video hasn't been independently verified how keith was being shelled daily by russian artillery a month ago. but ukrainian forces have regained the territory of the north east since european union foreign minister still trying to reach agreement on imposing an embargo on russian oil exports. but hungary is blocking approval for the 6th round of sanctions since the beginning of the war in ukraine. and ukrainian protest has voiced their disapproval at the delay in discussions his our diplomatic editor james bass in brussels. a group of the ukrainian protest is gathered outside the building where the foreign
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ministers were meeting to try to finalize another package of sanctions, including a ban on imports of russian oil inside the meeting. again deadlock, 26 nations against one hungary, even though it's been given a carve out, is the only e u member opposing the new sanctions. that's causing some considerable anger. this is how we are, we'll be remember either the can there your union who managed to go forward and dirt to send a very clear message to russia or who woodstock. and now unfortunately, we are have the whole unit is being hold a hostage by air one member states who cannot sir find that could help help us find their consent. the e hi, representative for foreign policy has been meeting candidates for a minister. when i interviewed him last week, he was confident the new sanctions could be agreed with, but he doesn't seem so hopeful. now we'll do our best to know that would be blocked
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the she glitch. i cannot ensure that these are going to have him because it positions are quite a strong later the ukrainian foreign minister demitra caliber joined the meeting. he greeted his hungarian counterpart, peter c, otto. but had some tough words about his country's position. it's clear what's happening. it's clear who is holding the issue, but the time is running out because every day russia keeps making money and investing this money in it to into the war. but it's not for me to engage in rhetoric that was from gary and we can get an authorities. this is the issue that the european union itself has to fix because this is their family business. it's now not clear when or whether the issue of the sanctions package can be resolved. leaders of european countries will be gathering here for a summit meeting in 2 weeks time. and this may still be under discussion then. james bay's ouch is era brussels family members of the cranium fighter soup and
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battling at the besieged as of south still works and not helpful. have made an appeal for their safe passage to serious and conceal. lou spoke with some of them in a stumble. the wives and mothers of my apple defenders dazzled fighters are in a stumble to they. they are hoping to meet with turkish present raj if they are. and also that they can have a safe passage to save the wounded fighters from also stole steel mail. they are saying that today is of that line and a meeting with president ardon and raising their voice to the chinese president. she, jim bang is the last hope that they can say they are children and husbands. z are really popular man. and when they will join our z, a force is zagan break. is these absolute. asheville, and save the world. when you, you should the unity of you. sometimes i text my son and say that i support what
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they are doing. he only replies with a heart emoji. that's why as a mother, i can understand his difficult situation. only evacuation can rescue them and every minute counts. now, last weekend, turkish presidential spokesperson announced that on kara, made an offer to the russian side for a safe evacuation of nearly 600 injured as hostile spiders from mary. pull it through a lender to battery, ask port and turkey's planning for an evacuation through the black sea of via ships for on bad dance port. however, the land route between the factory and that port is nearly 100 kilometers. whether a safe road can be assured for those fighters during the vacation is a question mark sweden as announced that his joining finland and applying to join nato after avoiding military alliances for 200 years. prime minister magdalana anderson says the swedes need the security guarantees that come from joining russia as war. that expanding nature would be
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a mistake f that about the leak stall again. so we have that extra after the parliament debate, we've held an extra government meeting during which we made 2 decisions. first, the government has decided to inform nato that sweden wishes to become a member of the alliance. and very soon, sweden's nato ambassador will inform nato of this. after that, negotiations will begin in sweden and nato have a long and joint history of co operation drills and international efforts. so that is something that should facilitate such negotiations. you know, when that is completed, sweden will then confirm its desire and capacity to become a member of nato, through a written declaration of intention. therefore, the nato member countries will decide about drawing up a declaration to join that will enable sweden to become a member. joining nature requires the unanimous approval of all member states and turkey has voiced concerns. president richard, ty, bird, a one has said that his country would not view applications by finland, unsweetened, positively. his accusing the nordic countries being what he calls,
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guest houses for terrorist organizations. and saying they must end their support for armed kurdish groups. but turkey has indicated it won't block their membership tomato while citing it's need to freely purchase the weapons that it wants. sweetens defense minister says he plans to send a group of diplomats to turkey for discussions. stephanie baptist is a senior associate fellow at the european leadership network at a former nato deputy assistant secretary general for public diplomacy. she says that turkey might be looking for support from washington the boost its own weapons program. well, 1st of all, and regrettably turkey a sense, seemingly trying to increase the price for relying with the rest of the allies. and this is altogether not a very encouraging and positive sign of principal and extraordinary to russia, as well as 2 other countries watching us very closely. i assume that at the end of
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the day, the turks will align with the consensus in order to welcome sweden and finland is new members. but in the meantime, they will try to bargain negotiate in order to get some return. the turks are very eager to get support from our american allies in order to upgrade their age and teen at fleet and the 8th. and they have been writing all along in order to be able to get the necessary military equipment from washington. so that would certainly something back and one eyes. and secondly, i think he would also, i probably some rural gestures not to make him buy from west and partners in general and all of them to east down economic pains that turkey is certainly under going these days. and finally,
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i think what era has to be not to is very much geared towards his domestic audience isn't the picture to those voters nationalist voters that he wants to point with in terms of mentioning the p k. k. fast food dr. mcdonalds says that it's thought of the process of selling the washing of its business. it has 62000 employees of 850 outputs, which have been shot since march in response to the invasion of ukraine. the french vehicle manufacturer rental is selling its majority stake in the russian call, maker of us it. the french had left the door open to return by having a fire buck back option over the next 6 years. joining me now from moscow, chris, we for her ceo of a of macro advisory, strategic consultancy firm. could have you with us, chris, what do you make of this announcement by mcdonalds? what does the fact that a major corporation is pulling out of russia? tell us about how business is view prospects for russia's economy in the years to
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come? well, i think to say is more about how the multi nationals, if you kind of like the reputation risk of staying in russia financially we, we know mcdonalds has been very profitable in the country representing about 10 percent. think of the groups total turnover. so the business is profitable, whoever buys, it will make money, but it's come to the stage of mcdonald's of ceo's debt reputation. it can't stay there. and the importance of this, the importance of mcdonald's, of course, is that it was the 1st of the big most national brands that came in to russia into the soviet union, actually in 1990. and that was leaving, that's hugely symbolic. and the 2nd factor is that it represents, along with right now, news that you mentioned, it represents the next phase of departures of multinational so far,
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big multinational companies, high speed, brand name, fashion brands, etc, of those to spend their operations in russia. if you look around one, the shopping mountain, most of those stores are still there. the lights are on the shelves that are stuff, it's just to shutters or down. now, if we do start to see this become a 2nd wave and those companies making a final decision to leave, and those shock units will start to empty and become quite fair. let's think that also will have a big psychological impact. how do russian consumers feel about the withdrawal of major western brands? like all the, the closure as, as a lot of them are at the moment, perhaps temporarily. we'll have to wait and see. i mean, could you imagine a return to the days of the cold war when western products like levi jeans, for instance, were being sold on the black market, a hugely inflated prices? well, you've got to, you can say no because, you know, a year ago we were just starting the 1000000 years. we've been situation we're in
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today. so you can never say for sure what will happen. it is most unlikely though, because if you look at mcdonalds under localisation, all of the products that mcdonald's sells, the equipment and all the signage for the uses in the $850.00 stores in russia or made in russia. so whoever buys the outlets, whoever buys those from the 50 stores, will in theory be able to sell exactly the same product and same way because all of the, all of that material, all of the food is no source inside of course, by thousands will not want to use the brands or the logos or the names of the products, but in actual fact, you owner will be able to replicate that business with a slightly different name in the same way. so we're not going back to savvy june of course, but nevertheless you are right. it's just like a logical glo. people who have become used to western lifestyle, used to a lot of travel used to being part of the global community. and all of that has
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changed very rapidly in the last few months. but there are still a sense that this is temporary, that you know, you would get fixed as a say to stores or where to shut down. but the lights were on. stocks were there now we start seeing companies leaving and pulling down their signs and i think that will have a bigger impact on people in the next few months. and if you start to see that more than these dimensions in the longer term though, do you think that it's possible that russia could, could come to route its decision? i mean, as you say, something like 9 to 10 percent of its, of its global profits. the russia provides am, yeah, look, i think this is, this is an issue or a dilemma or a problem. i suppose it is been played out across the board rooms and a lot of big companies rushes to $146000000.00 people. it's gateway to eurasia, which is another 60 or 70000000 people. so it's a very big are noble economy. and for a lot of companies,
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russia were certainly amongst the most profitable locations, the, the profit margins and russia are much higher than the are in china, for example. so companies, i think, very reluctant to close down, and you're seeing lots of these type of schemes. now i would expect more of type schemes that you described remo, where they have a buyback at where they can come back when conditions have changed because they will want to for financial reasons. and the government is accommodating that the government partners in response to the government. in fact, this crisis is that they have told companies that they are willing to accommodate the change of ownership or restructuring the business to allow those companies to, if you like to, to, to exit russia. but to come back when conditions allow the government specifically once foreign companies to come back when they're able to really good talk to chris manufacture date. chris wait for there and moscow from micro advisory. the 1st commercial flight to take off from yemen capital in nearly 6 years has landed in
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jordan patient stating hospital treatment or among dozens of passengers flying from santa to among the flies operated by the media flag carrier is part of the 1st nation wide cease file since 2016, the you and brew could the 2 month agreement between the evans instructionally recognized government and who the rebels just been. love law is a spokesman, but a widget refugee council in yemen. and says, the reopening of the airport is a stepping stone towards lasting piece. the headboard had been closed for 6 years now, so it was also one of the main things that had to be settle during this 2 months choose. so obviously, now that we have the 1st flight today, but also we're hearing that another by could happen as soon as next wednesday, wednesday. it is definitely be a positive step because reopening airport means progress for us. it means that emily can seek medical treatment abroad. it's me tens of thousands of young men
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that can go in and out, but also that we can get quicker in your and cheated goods into yemen as well. so it is definitely be a positive day for you today. we know that the conflict is the main driver of many other problems in yemen and the economy is one of them. so i'm not sure if the lab what will be the exact impact of the reopening, but definitely it's another part of entry. and, but let's be honest, the shape of the economy at the moment it's, it's pretty bad. there's a lot of inflation when you go to the supermarket here, yes, they are on the shelves. but the reality is that the purchasing power of many, many is decreasing. so the situation is pretty weak, but hopefully with the reopening of commercial flights. and we hope that it will lead to even more other good news. what kind of weather update back to you on our
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euro, ben? molly's military rulers pulled out of a regional lamps, fighting armed groups in this a hell region. 19 infection. so in north korea will tell you who is being critical of the response. at the m b a. playoffs, the top feed eliminated on the home courses that's coming up later. i ah, ah oh, hello there a great to see. we've had some high heat across the arabian peninsula. let me show you. it's been records setting heat in jetta. a new record for the month of may, nudging out the old one at $48.00 degrees. but look what happens. we can wind off the red sea so that knocked you back to 37 degrees on tuesday. also seen that wind
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blow down from iraq are shamal, so that's going to kick up the stand and does, especially when you consider wind gusts in doha, of about 60 kilometers per hour. now in terms of that heats, in pakistan, temperatures are coming down a bit. so bit of relief here, but if we look toward off gone, it's done herat at $36.00, you're closing in on your made temperature record, but could stop still. you're going to dial up the temperatures as we head toward the end of the week. so here we are on friday, and once again, temperatures are closing in on that 50 degree reading after turkey showers are filling in across the country here, but really nothing major with suns out. it's pleasant and it's stumble with the high $25.00 degrees and off to central africa. we go. some pretty intense spouts of rain can be found around. bon gibbs. as we dipped toward the south is feeling more like summer both for the western and eastern cape cape town at $26.00 degrees. but your temperatures are going to come crashing down and the dates to come. so enjoy it while you can take care. ah.
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books. ah ah, elegant adrian for the good hearing. doha, with the news out from al jazeera but headlines. a special collaboration service has been held in bethlehem for al jazeera journalist, shirley, and i will actually church leaders and hospital officials and occupied east jerusalem of condemned israeli forces for attacking borders. had her funeral processional friday, preliminary results from sundays, parliamentary election in lebanon, true major games for the lebanese forces policy. a christian group aligned with saudi arabia. vote was the 1st since report exclusion and the collapse of the economy. and so just defending ukraine, 2nd largest city hall,
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keith say they've reached the border with russia. the defense ministry showed a video of celebrations that of border marker. however, the video has been independently verified. returning to our top story. now the murder of our colleague, sharon, of our claim in an interview with al jazeera u. s. congress will an ill on oma called for accountability of a sharon's death and said that washington should help with the investigation. as lawmakers here in the united states, we have a responsibility to not hold our adversaries accountable, but also our allies. and i want to remind people that shaheen herself was a united states citizen. so an american journalist is killed on a foreign soil. it is important for the united states government to get involved ask for an independent investigation. so sometimes, aha is a human rights lawyer on a board member, but slammed which is
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a non profit group with a focus on documenting human rights violations and palestine. she explains how the israeli government could be held accountable for storming the hospital. the fact that we are talking about a hospital that is being operated by san joseph a by french operation and occupy territory does impose international obligation on the state of israel. in any case, even if we're talking only about a regular hospital in this conduct, this invasion is also illegal because entering in best way to a hospital violating attacking of patients, i talking innocence that are a, that were a presence in the hospital. we all saw the shock of people, doctors during the filming of and the documentation of this, if you, all of it is also a legal, based on international law. even if it doesn't matter if the magic immunity molly
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is pulling out of original military alliance, fighting on the groups and this whole region, while these military rulers made the announcement so i cannot find a lack of progress. the nation was to to hold the g 5 presidency in february, but the spring criticism since it's been a treat to accrue last year, i'm serious nicholas hoc reports. molly says it no longer wants to be part of a losing force. 5000 soldiers from burkina faso, charred molly martinez, new share or in the g 5. so hell it was formed 5 years ago to combat arm groups linked to isolate and al qaeda. but it struggled to reduce attacks because of lack of funding and disagreements among member states. molly was due to take over his chair of the force in february, but opposition from member states angered its military rulers when you're going to separate the thought, you just think side the opposition of some g 5. so how many states tamale's presidency is linked to maneuvers by state outside the region aiming desperately to
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isolate molly, while his government accuses former colonial power, france of excluding it once friends, now foes. the 5000 french troops deployed almost 10 years ago to protect molly's government from attacks or pulling out after the military coup in 2020. the leaders of the gentle hired russian mercenaries from the wagner group for their protection . the gentiles refusing to hand over power to civilian rule for another 2 years. and as a result, neighboring countries have imposed sanctions on the landlord country sealing its borders and halting. trade prices have exploded. for example, the price of soap has doubled and food is much more expensive. basic necessities have become on affordable and this is because of the embargo. if this continues, we won't be able to survive. this is unsustainable. state coffers are becoming empty with just enough to pay civil servants for a few months target has offered to mediate between molly's genta and regional
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leaders. while the un peacekeeping force remains, the un secretary general warns of the debilitating effect. while these troubles are having on the rest of the region, threatened by armed groups, while he is increasingly isolated, with russian mercenaries remaining to deal with a country. on the brink, nicholas hawk al jazeera, france is to have its 1st female prime minister in 30 years. labor minister elizabeth born, was appointed by president emanuel mccomb to lead the government earlier. micron accepted the resignation of john caustics, clearing the way for a cabinet reshuffle. now to serious natasha butler reports from paris, france has a new prime minister elizabeth born. she is 61, and most people in france will know her because she has served as a minister under the french present in minute micro. since he was 1st elected in 2017, she is held a number of positions. he has been transport minister minister for ecological
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transition and most recently, as labor minister, something that will be seen by the president is very useful as he looks to push through or retirement reforms in his upcoming term were born. is frances 2nd female prime minister. the 1st one, a woman was appointed as premier, was 30 years ago, back then it was either chris or under the when socialist president of francois meter or macro had indicated that he wanted to appoint a woman. he also indicated that he could look to appoint somebody on point someone that had a green credentials or left when credentials. that is because he is very much keeping an eye on the upcoming. a parliamentary elections in june in which a new left wing alliance is being seen as something of a threat to emanuel macros. possibility of trying to form a majority in the national assembly. the u. k. prime minister is visiting northern ireland talks on restoring the regions government. the ssion framed party which
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favors re unit, re unification with the republic of ireland on the largest number of seats earlier this month approved british to u. p. or the 2nd largest, under a power sharing agreement, they're expected to form a government. the d u p is refusing, unless the post briggs a deal, but puts a trade border between northern ireland the rest of the u. k is changed. al jazeera john hall reports not from hillsboro in northern ireland. mr. johnson will urge the parties to get back to power sharing get back to working together. it's thought he will try to calm things down to dial down the rhetoric in what is an escalating dispute now between the u. k and the e u with northern ireland not for the 1st time at its heart. the key issue of and contention is the northern ireland protocol. this is a piece of legislation, part of the briggs it deal that introduces trade checks between goods, moving from great britain to northern ireland. as a way of avoiding
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a hard border on the island of island, or is johnson negotiated that protocol, the democratic unionists, lowe's it, they say that it undermines their position and the position of northern ireland within the united kingdom. and they say they want it scrapped or substantially changed. now, what can boris johnson do? well, he believes that the u. p. has a point. he believes that the protocol is being over harshly implemented to the detriment of some consumers and businesses northern. he says that he believes there is a negotiated solution, and he would prefer that part. but if the you isn't prepared to change its position well, then his government might be forced to act unilaterally. and indeed, legislation that would potentially make that unilateral action to underline the undermine the protocol possible is thought to be likely to be unveiled at westminster this week. possibly as early as tuesday. north korea says that at least 50 people have died, but more than a 1000000 ill with a fever. days after confirming the 1st curve at 19 infection,
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the leader kim jong and has called in the army and south korea is offering to help to dora burton. manley reports to do not much appear to keep the child down from their home in north korea. this boy's father says he's just guessing, as a coven 19, i didn't for kids, they tend to move a lot, even if they have a fever. so they just run around and play for 30 minutes. the nation is experiencing what local media calling an explosive outbreak. until last week, piano didn't admit anything, was wrong. now, it's reporting dozens of people have died. who would you undergo on sunday? the country's leader kim john own, made it known. he's taking the matter seriously. visiting pharmacies, i am wearing a mask in public. something he rarely did before. the world health organization
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offered to not kill asians last year, but kim rejected it. earlier that day, he helped the 3rd cabinet meeting in one week to create an action plan against the rumpled spread of the virus. at the lead, there kim, criticized government officials for their handling of the crisis. thank state drugs were not reaching people fast enough. and most pharmacies were in poor condition and tony pung, you know, we, we have shifted from the previous quarantine oriented system to a treatment oriented system. the most important thing in the switch is the thorough control of the situation. 3 to was those south korea considered ignore the neighbor and nuclear threat? it's new president has offered to help to calm down, go home, and i mean it north korea response. we will spare no medicines, including coven, 19 vaccines, medical equipment, and health bus route. you, on a, so far, the most isolated nation on earth has refused outside help,
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leaving many relying on pain killers the battle the effects of coven 19. but even those seem to be in short supply. laur about manly al jazeera leaders in china's biggest city of announced a timeline towards resuming normal life. 6 weeks of strict corona virus lockdown, so frustrated the 25000000000 people who live in shanghai and i've recovered all the worlds 2nd largest economy. katrina, you reports from bridging china's biggest city. shanghai has been at a standstill for more than 6 weeks. but the strict pandemic lockdown may be finally coming to an end for its 25000000 people. starting from monday, the commercial center is gradually easing curve at 19 restrictions aimed at resuming normal life. from the beginning of june, the nurse office says infections which began surging at the end of march are now under control of up to appear. sheen's and the,
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i think gallons of the sawyer yesterday, the number of newly discovered covered 19 patients dropped below 1000 for the 1st time. and there have been no positive case reports or the community level for 2 consecutive days. and think that the democrats where she enchant guy has been effectively controlled restrictions will be lifted in 3 phases. starting with the reopening of some supermarkets, pharmacies, and hair dresses. some restaurants will be allowed to offer take out. but most restrictions on people's movement will remain until next week. china is fighting its worst outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic. current of ours restrictions have been imposed in dozens of regions nationwide, including the capital. meanwhile, invading for his continuing to ask residents to mass tests every 2nd day. i'm just lining up now think my 10th corvette test. in recent weeks, people living in most bathing districts have been asked to work from home. china's leaders refused to co exist with the virus,
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and the economy is paying the price. in april industrial output, retail spending and urban employment all fell to their lowest levels in 2 years. harm sales are down more than 30 percent since last year. china's central bank has cut interest rates for 1st time buyers to help ease the property slump. shanghai leaders say it will take time for everyone to completely resume normal life. they're desperate to avoid a rebounded infections as restrictions ease, and millions of residents in some areas remain confined to their horns. khatri you al jazeera beijing shall anchors. prime minister says that his country is completely run out of fuel uses. the government paid $75000000.00 and the next few days to pay for essential import. i'll to 0 is my all for others reports from colombo queues. a stretching for kilometers it at every petrol station. but we're
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actually hearing almost the bigger picture, the real story from the newly appointed prime minister on the vicar missing her, who is essentially put the cards on the table and told the country that we just have petro for one more day. obviously they are expecting some shipments of petro stock over the next coming days, but obviously the issue of foreign currency is a major concern, a diesel, obviously, again, after days of shortages, the prime minister is saying that these will arrive in the country, but warning in an address to the nation, the 1st since he took as prime minister that the coming months are going to be some of the hardest this country has ever gone through. so obviously this affects all factors of life, not just the industrial sector, the manufacturing sector, day to day lives. you know, children going to school every single aspect that you can think of,
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you name it. there are basically impacts on, on that sector with fuel literally being a such an issue. and now actually hearing how bad things are, gives a lot of food for thought for people so far. the people are like, i didn't really have a clear picture of how bad things were. we kept getting reassured by successive politicians. and that also didn't really help the us congress designated may. 5th, early this month is a day of awareness of the many missing of mud at native american women, the f. b. i says that in 2020 alone more than 5200 were reported missing out as it is rob reynolds has the story now of how one tribal community in california responded when one of the own disappeared. that area, that's all i can access, tribal and local police and volunteers are preparing to search a vast area of northern california wilderness for
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a missing native woman. 33 year old emily rise. ling a mother of to was last seen near this village on the europe native american reservation. in october, the community is determined to get an answer. what the answer may be, i don't know, but an answer can bring closure. growing up, emily was a promising student and an expert traditional dancer blight. george was a close friend. she always had a sparkle and a smile, and i always am. i gravitated towards her and thought the world of her. but as emily grew older, she suffered from mental health problems and substance abuse in this impoverished tribal community. it was difficult to get her the help she needed. according to the f, b i 5295 indigenous women were reported missing. nationwide in 2020 native american women are 10 times more likely to be murdered than any other ethnicity. well than one half of all native women have experienced rate bore other
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sexual abuse. george is working to assemble a database of the missing and murdered women. we are disproportionately experiencing violence across the life course for indigenous people. it's often a different race hurting you and that goes back to the settler colonialism. indigenous women are preyed upon because tribal police are often underfunded and under equipped, overlapping police jurisdictions make criminals think they can literally get away with murder, says europe, tribal judge abbey abernathy is somebody who is killing. who knows this sort of no harm, no foul. because they're not going to be pursued, and in fact, they aren't. the iraq tribe once funding for investigators and equipment to conduct searches and better mental health care access. last year president joe biden signed an executive order on murdered and missing indigenous women, directing federal agencies to help coordinate investigations and improve safety the
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fates of many of the native women who have gone missing amid these dance and remote forests may never be known. but their families and tribal officials vow never to stop searching for answers. we need to get her home session be at least have that at least have that. you know, that's our responsibility to bring her home. gone, but never forgotten. rob reynolds al jazeera on the europe reservation in california. sports coming up on that isa, including a painful movement for this baseball. i'm pile. ouch. that wasn't the end of his troubles for math in just a few months. ah .
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ah. again for his pizza, i do thank you. the defending champion, the milwaukee bucks had been eliminated from the post season. but the boston celtics. boston trailed early in the decided but grand williams scored a korea high 27 points and hit 73 points. it's jason tatum added 23 and the celtic said again, 7 record with 20 to 3 points as to when 10981 boston will face the miami heat on tuesday in the eastern conference finals game one a year or for leading milwaukee to the title and being voted the final, the m v p on a since he to compass is it's time for he seems to regroup. awfully like this moment. so thinking that the last something we can gain and learn in order for us
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to process was is to win the knowledge and ship now to i mean, next year it is going to be 3 years now. the western conference top seeds, the phoenix suns, were also knocked out snoozing to the dallas mavericks. dallas is 30 point half m need is the largest halftime lead in game 7 history. they are through to a meeting with the golden state warriors in the 1st conference, finals since 2011. honestly, i'm really happy man. you can get the smile off my face right now. i'm just really happy, you know, on a setting we deserve this. ah, williams, playing hard, no serious, maybe a couple games here. you were in ourselves. but you know, we came here with a statement for game 7. well, we believed our locker and bliss oh, but blue. so i'm just happy. the new york rangers saw through to the 2nd round of n h l stanley cup playoffs. they beat the pittsburgh penguins for 3 in game 7 of
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the eastern conference series. tammy penna rena scored 5 minutes into overtime, sending the penguins home for the summer. the ranges will play the carolina hurricanes on wednesday. the calgary flames were too hard to handle for the dallas stars. johnny goodrow school, the series winning over time go as the flames. 132. they will play the edmonton oilers in the 2nd grade where they was able to what is the most hard fought series in liverpool must avoid the fees again south hampton, on tuesday to take the primary title raise to the final day of the season of the lead of manchester city drew with west ham, they could still snatch the trophy, but manager you can top is playing down. he sides chances. i'm looking forward to the game tomorrow. ok, so chance is a big chance i would say so because it would mean at city. i don't know when city dropped points the last time, 2 games in a row historically. so we know,
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and i the world we go in the last match day and i one point behind that would be an order for, from today's point of view to perfect scenario. and then that's what we'll, what we try to do. the title race in italy is also going right down to the wire. with ac milan in poll position, i head to the fun game of the season. 2 points, clear of city rivals into ac school. the to know when over at atlanta, on sunday, which included this goal of the year contained frontier and ended parasol man still killing him. papa says he's almost made up his mind whether he's going to leave the french champions for rel, madrid and he'll announce is decision soon? buffy was speaking of, he was named league player of the year for the 3rd consecutive season. the strike a high school 25 goes this campaign to help p s g. when the title? no bakovich says he's going into sunday strange open with
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a lot of confidence off to winning, he's 1st title of the year. the world number one beat exceed stefan us, exits the past in the italian open final in rome on sunday talk, which has been limited in the number of tournaments. he's been able to play in tracy to tcs, refusal to get vaccinated against coven 19. it's the 6th time who's won this event, that he's looking good ahead of rural and garrulous way. he is the defending champion, idea that i've been, i've been building my, my forms in the last couple weeks and like the previous years i, i knew that my best shane want to place usually coming around wrong time. so i can be a better time will be a simulated to rolling in this wonderful german jordan speith will trying to complete the career grand slam at this week's pga championship. and he goes into the 2nd golf major of the year in good form. he followed up a when the ad he's lost to an a met with
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a 2nd place finish in texas from crowd speakers aged out by south korea's k h. lee became the 1st person tom watson in 1982 successfully defended title. be sure to 9 under par, 63 in the fine round to finish. $26.00 under one shot. clear of speak and it had been full use in the last hole in one at the tournament. but that weight was ended when australian mark leachman did this at the 15th. oh, but i don't mean only a steering the final round american just lo, also managed to hold it at the 17 major league baseball legendary better. albert pupils became the oldest player to make his pitching debut from 929. saint louis were leading san francisco by 13 runs, heading into the final call. no manager decided some race. the remainder of these pictures who volunteered to sit on the mountain for the 1st 22.
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42, you gave up fluoride before closing up again with the cardinal winning 15. 60 the game, the opposition manager said it was great theater. and that everyone had a lot of fun with the baseball. i think i said i think doesn't strike so i could have seen baseball. do this is amy will be marty foster falling to the ground, taking one for the faith, instructed games later in the game. the 3, the angels, and the open that late x and this time because of the day and an embarrassing moment for formula one time, which would lead us charlotte. claire was entrusted with the 1974 for all that was driven by the great nicky lauder 3 or classical rates in monica. i think that this to happen. mcclary will return to the tracking for his current call for this week. and he just spanish grant me drop the garage, you know, while i go, man and a few minutes kick between awesome a new castle in the premier league will have more
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a match for you in the next bolt update. i do need somebody fax and a time for the team here and how to post the boss on to our colleagues in london. marian lousy here. next, i'll see you again. ah mm hm. just an authority is at an all time low you want to set for hench hateful distress . this is an awful about what the truth actually is. al jazeera investigative unit pulls back the curtain and reveals how fear, suspicion and conspiracy theories have become the tools of the powerful were in a dangerous territory. and that dangerous territory runs deep. what happens now that we literally diverge,
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that may well be how democracy does the truth illusion on al jazeera. i'm rob reynolds at the us mexico border on may 23rd, the bite and administration plans to terminate. title 42. that's a pandemic era policy introduced under donald trump. that allows for the immediate deportation of migrants in mexico will meet migrants seeking a better life. and here from some of the hundreds of thousands deported yet preparing to try again. special coverage on al jazeera for over a century american parents have entrusted their sons to the boy scouts of america, hoping they would gain skills that would improve their lives. instead, countess young lives were ruined by predators within the organization. i knew there was so much, but i could not figure out where it was coming from me in a 3 part series full plans investigates,
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