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on account of the war for families we interviewed not receiving adult women from the u.s. left without closure. they told us that they saw a liquid happening to their loved ones was a crime. and they wanted justice in answers something war too often denied. amid protests and concerns over coronavirus the us president donald trump marks independence day with a mood of celebration at the white house. hello and welcome to w. watching al-jazeera live from our headquarters here in doha also coming up 2 and a half 1000000 infections and rising latin america has overtaken europe's number of
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coronavirus case moves. back and a lot done and spain restrictions are reimpose for hundreds of thousands of people in catalonia. also this half hour iran accuses the european countries of not living up to their side of a 2050 nuclear deal putting further pressure on the international court. it's the 4th of july in the united states today commemorating the declaration of independence from britain let's take you straight live to the u.s. president donald trump there in washington really. we are one america and we put america 1st thank you our we will not allow anyone to divide our citizens by race or background. we will not
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allow them to foment hate to school. and distrust we will hold fast and true to the sacred loyalties that lincoln's all is neighbors as americans and as patriots in every age there have always been the to seek to lie about the past in order to gain power in the prez it those that are lying about our history those who want us to be ashamed of who we are are not interested in justice or and healing their goal is demolition our goal is not to destroy. the greatest structure on earth what we have built the united states of america to build a future. where every family is safe where every child in
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surrounded by love where every community has equal opportunity and every citizen in joeys great and everlasting dignity our past is not a burden to be cast away it is not a miraculous foundation that will lift us to the next great summit of human endeavor this incredible story of american progress is the story of each generation picking up where the last finished linked by time by fate and the eternal bonds of our national affection for those who would sever those bonds would cut us off from the wisdom the courage the love and the devotion that gave us everything we are today. and
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everything we strive for tomorrow we can not let that happen we will not throw away our heroes we will honor them and we will prove worthy of their sacrifice. these are great heroes let me also say a word to those in the media who falsely inconsistently label their opponents as racists who condemn patriotic citizens who offer a clear and truthful defense of american unity that's what our people are doing we want a clear and faithful defense of american history and we want unity when you level these false charges you not only
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slander me you not only slander the american people but you slander generations of heroes who gave their lives for america. you slender people much braver and more principle than you your slandering the young men who raised the flag that you would jima and those who perished fighting for freedom in the civil war you slander them you are. dishonoring their great legacy and their memory by insisting that they fork for racism and they for for oppression. they didn't fight for those things they fought for the exact opposite we will not
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let the legacy of these heroes be tarnished by you the more you lie the more you slander the more you try to demean and divide the more we will work hard to tell the truth and we will win. the more you. and demean and collude the more credibility you loz we want to bring the country together and a free and open media will make this task a very easy one our country will be united after all what do we all want we want a strong military great education housing low
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taxes law and order. we want safety we want equal justice we want religious liberty we want faith and family and living in great communities and happy communities and safe communities and we want great jobs and we want to be respected by the rest of the world not taken advantage of by the rest of the world which has gone on for decade after decade we should all want the same thing how can it be any different than those things the more better you become the more we will appeal to love and patriotism and the more we will rise above your hate to build a better future for every child in our great country to celebrate america's majestic inheritance yesterday i sided executive order to create. a brand new monument to our most beloved icon's the national garden of american
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heroes will be a vast outdoor park that will feature the statues of the greatest americans who have ever lived we will honor extraordinary citizens from every community in from every place and from every part of our nation great men and great women people that we can look up to for ever families will be able to walk among the statues of titans and we have already selected the 1st 30 legacies and 30 legends and why don't we start with a man who has been very young unfairly treated who 2 years ago 3 years ago
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especially 5 or 6 years ago people would have said it's impossible to even attempt to try and disturb his incredible legacy and success. your u.s. president donald from there in washington just suits you through what he was saying there he started talking about how we are one america we put america 1st nobody will divide us he said we will hold fast and true to the sacred things that unite us goal is not to destroy the greatest structure on earth the united states he quickly moved around to turn on what he would call i guess the mainstream media we want a clear and faithful defense of american history false claims equal slander he then listed he went on to list the people who in the opinion of mr trump are slandered when he would say again the mainstream media report what's been going on particularly during these recent tense times years in the united states of the back
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of the black lives matter campaign we will not let the legacy of our heroes be tarnished by you the more you lie the more you collude the more credibility you lose let's bring in our correspondent listening to that for us this rob reynolds rob what do you make of what mr truong has been saying so far. well peter there's quite a lot here but most of it is really pretty predictable the president started out by talking about american exceptionalism calling the united states the greatest the most virtuous country to have ever existed he then began to attack his enemies and appeal to his base saying that we are now in the process of defeating the leftist the anarchistic the looters who have in many cases no clue what they're doing and then as you mentioned more patriotic
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rhetoric and the sort of obligatory attack on the press as well as the obligatory self praise for handling the coronavirus extremely well unbelievable in his words and blaming china for the origins of the covert 19 disease so this is the 2nd in 2 days of speeches of the president you hear this theme again the appeal to the base characterize ation of people who are protesting peacefully in the united states following the death of george floyd last in may in minneapolis as looters anarchists destroyers people who are intent on tearing down all of the symbols and virtues of the united states which is really quite overstating the case. he is now listing some of the
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people who will be included in this idea he has had a garden of heroes not a lot of details on where that's going to be but or where and when it will be erected or if it will be erected but it's another one of these ideas the president . has had seemingly off the cough and is very excited about it so this speech part of an effort to restart a very faltering campaign he's running well behind joe biden in key states as well as nationwide and he's trying to get some of his. get some of his back and get some of the spirit that he has lost somewhat over the past several months of seclusion in lockdown i should mention also peter that the former vice president biden also spoke today by video message posted on
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line saying emphasizing the goal of achieving racial justice and saying that it's time for americans to try to seize the opportunity to make the words of the declaration of independence that all men are created equal a reality in the united states in 2020 and going forward now the president will speak for a while there will be more. overflights of of a vintage warplanes over the crowd in washington and then a big extravaganza of fireworks and i can't really see exactly how many people there are behind him there on the national mall that looks like a lot. doesn't look like a lot of social distancing going on and of course public health officials in washington and elsewhere have been urging people all over the country to avoid big
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public gatherings on this 4th of july holiday and talking about coronavirus rope most of the latest stance and numbers for the infection rates in the united states . well the death rate is climbing steadily towards 130000 there are more than 57000 new cases of positive corona virus announced by authorities today saturday you have large outbreaks in california where i am now in arizona in florida an explosion of 11000 cases reported on friday and also in texas which had 7000 cases and reported very alarmingly that the i.c.u. capability of the intensive care units in the country's largest medical complex in houston texas medical center that they're at 100 percent capacity right now so that
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doesn't bode well for that state and that city and the people who may need care as the coronavirus pandemic continues its surge across the united states ok rob many thanks let's just go back for the next 30 seconds or so to those live pictures coming to us. of washington mr trump slightly obscured by his teleprompter machine you go he's worked he's moved back to the podium past is not a button to cost away he also said will not throw away our heroes we honor them we want to bring the country together a free and open media he'll sue said it would help to do that. those pictures live from the white house will the lines that story for you in the coming hours on the road of course $0.40 a day so the highest number of corona virus cases worldwide since the start of the pandemic the majority of new infections were recorded in latin america which is now
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suppose in the number of 1000 cases the region has more than 2 and a half 1000000 and that figure is growing rapidly the figures are being driven up by brazil which is reported more than one and a half. in infections well more than 63000 people have died peru and chile are quickly approaching 300000 cases mexico has also been reporting record new infections it now has the 2nd highest death toll in latin america after brazil let's speak to our correspondent allison who is in bogota alexandra give us a sense of what's going on where you are reflected i guess as well in the overall picture across the region. yes peter is a very alarming picture across the region as you were saying in your introduction these numbers are driven mainly by brazil again today very high figures another almost 88000 new confirmed cases again and it's been the case for 4
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weeks now more than a 1000 deaths there in one day but the situation is getting worse in other countries that have been successful at least at the beginning and trying to slow down the spread of contagion for example here in colombia that is seen quite important to increase in daily cases since says being reopening parts of its economy with the return of its large population informal people who work out and about on the streets they were hand to mouth they can stay home they have been allowed to return to work and in the last couple of weeks we have seen quite a big increase here the same is true. as you were also saying in your introduction to even argentina who was probably the most successful country in
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containing the virus together with the why is seen an increase in the last days and weeks so very problematic pictures of fischel is here calling for a return to a strict strict measures in countries like where we are in colombia the government the national government here though is saying that's not possible because of how weak the economy is overall how big is the need for people to go out and work which means will probably continue to see these numbers going up officials here. any other parts of the countries are in sr in that region are insisting in the use face mask of mine painting social distance which most people are doing at least here in colombia that this same hasn't been true in other countries such as ecuador or big ticket cases in the capital
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quito that's another problem that pirouettes had they had a very strict national choir and team since march but people have not truly respected and that's why that's also a country that has had a very hard time and going back to brazil we've seen how president to hear both and i don't mean this in trying to water down any new law or locals this citizens in cities and government the last one yesterday when he said that people don't need to use the basques when they are at work or a church is listened to thank you very much. reporting live for us this from the top let's bring in our go in washington he's a senior associate in the americas program at the center for strategic and international studies to go to out of go why is this getting worse in certain south american countries could it be that certain presidents or prime ministers they
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haven't engaged with the reality as the situation has got worse week to week month to month well look this is definitely one of the. presidents in several countries they have been engaged seriously. are you know. or of. which is hard to believe or or simply because decisiveness in terms of tackling the problem for many presidents in latin america going back on their personal considered a sign of weakness so some of them prefer to walk in the wrong rather than shifting so that correct. in some other countries however whilst they imposed or suggested a lockdown people told me people not politicians people are just tired they are clearly so fatigued of having to stay at home and i guess that's offset against the reality which is you've got to keep some sort of economic base bubbling along so
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you've got jobs for people to go back to absolutely the problem of that is that's a lock down or a pregnant teen is a collective effort if you have part of the population respecting the law respecting the crime unseen and social isolation while the other half full or part of the population does marked the efforts of those that are dedicated themselves to the current team is in vain negro's it's either a crow left if effort or it doesn't work at all and that's an american countries they lack that discipline in several topics throughout the history of latin america but this particular situation is becoming more evident for everyone that. if the problem is not something that they can actually see or feel they disregarded they are hit with the coronavirus and the balance between economy and
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social. is being presented in iran yes way in latin america as a false equivalence in which that by denying the existence of a problem 'd and acting as things are just normal these will bring back normality we've seen in europe that several countries that we've been screened and we thought actually perform you know mock don't have a very soon fear economic problem because at the end of the day. the economy is not directly. with accepting or not the problem it is tight with the problem itself. we have to leave it there. in washington thank you very much. more than 200000 people in the spanish catalonia region have been put back under lockdown after rising covert 19 the number of infections there has almost doubled in one week the measures were brought in while the rest of the country does ease
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restrictions not in barber explains. opening up for the 1st time in months the archbishop of barcelona joining a group of health workers on a visit to the segro to familiar cathedral soon it will welcome residents and eventually tourists spanish and foreign but nobody here is under any illusions that the coronavirus has disappeared. in the middle of the continent yet i think that we have to raise awareness in society and perhaps we haven't done it well enough and should try harder it seems good to me that they had a lockdown i think it's the only way to stop these outbreaks. elsewhere in the catalonia region they've imposed a mini lockdown in the rural district surrounding the city of later it's after the number of covered 1000 cases nearly doubled in a week to 325 on friday and. some cases have been linked to fruit picking operations now the area's 200000 residents are banned from meeting in groups of more than 10 and they can't travel outside the zone. the new measures come
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a day after the united kingdom announced its so-called safe travel list those heading to dozens of countries including spain won't have to go into quarantine when they return notably absent from the list is portugal which thanks to quick action of voided the exponential rates of infections and deaths that spain has suffered on friday portugal reported $374.00 new covered cases mostly in and around the capital lisbon while the city's a tourist destination most british holidaymakers head for the southern coast of the algarve region and the portuguese government is calling the u.k. decision census the prime minister tweeted comparing covered 1000 cases per 100000 people and stressing british visitors a still welcome the. new i will say that on the 1st of july the united kingdom had 176 that of people from covert 19 and globally we are speaking of a country that has a population 6 times bigger than portugal and has until today 44000 deadly cases.
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for now regions across europe which rely on tourism trying to strike a balance between allowing visitors in and keeping the coronavirus at bay nadine barber al-jazeera. well staying in europe there have been big queues and crowds across england as pubs restaurants hairdressers and cinemas reopened following a relaxation of the lockdown rules hundreds of businesses open their doors for the 1st time in 3 months in london big crowds gathered in beer gardens and door spaces but the atmosphere is very different inside numbers are being limited it's table service only and there's no live music police say they're prepared to manage the crowds but health workers fear the changes could lead to a sharp rise in new coronavirus infections. turkey is increasing naval cooperation with the un recognized government in libya the defense minister lucy acca made the remarks whilst inspecting a turkish ship of the libyan coast last year he signed
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a maritime deal with the government in tripoli but there have been tensions with france and others across the mediterranean the european union says iran has triggered a dispute mechanism as part of its 2050 nuclear deal tehran is accusing the e.u. powers of failing to live up to their side of the agreement the foreign minister jabbers a reef has sent a letter to britain france and germany but didn't provide specific details on where the countries fell short of the obligations and said big has more now from tehran. this isn't the 1st time i've complained about the 3 germany france and the u.k. complained about the noncompliance of the european 3 before but this time they did send a letter to the foreign policy chief joseph complaining about their noncompliance and it comes. at the united nations choose the european countries of noncompliance complacency and not standing up to the bullying of the united states
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now what do you bring in a motion that germany france and the u.k. put forward to the international atomic energy agency that called on iran to called on iran to grant access to a number of sites inside iran sites that iran considers that are not part of the 2015 nuclear deal across iran is concerned these are military sites however the i.a.e.a. has questions about these sites and some of the activities that took place there prior to 2015 nuclear deal being signed saying that iran says that all the nuclear activity is for peaceful means. already has access to all declared nuclear sites including 247 on line monitoring. iran didn't want any interference in the cooperation between the i and iran could have negative consequences this mechanism that the europeans are talking about for 30 days it can be extended if all parties agree before it's referred to the united nations it's the same mechanism that the 3
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triggered back in january this year but then suspended after they had triggered that so iran not giving much details but we already know that iran is very frustrated with the europeans and the lack of compliance and essentially finding a way around the unilateral sanctions that the united states imposed on iran after they pulled out in 2018 well the story. is a policy consultant on iranian the culmination tension between the countries could bring a final to the nuclear agreement. it's very much looks like a situation in which iran is trying to read it own the legal process towards a potential end of the nuclear agreement and with this dispute resolution mechanism if you promise the complaining party it is theoretically in the position to if the responses from the other signatories are not satisfactory to iran iran is in this
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in the position to say ok then we will leave this agreement so it basically has a colleague from the german as the other is only a lot has already said it's a way to legalize iran's exit from the agreement with the current state of affairs that very much looks as if we're going to see the end of the nuclear agreement by the end of this year a lot will depend on the run up to the presidential elections in the united states in the member and if that happened if if the deal fell apart we may even see you ron leaving then not clear and nuclear nonproliferation treaty n.p.t. and raising the stakes are nuclear nonproliferation globally again might be a better bargain in position for iran to then enter new talks directly with the americans at some point next year so the but that the time until then is extremely dangerous and we have to to really brace ourselves for more attention to flare up
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over the summer and late summer and meanwhile iran is threatening retaliation after a fire at one of its nuclear sites official suspected may have been the result of a cyber attack and say they'll respond if that is confirmed the site at the time says monitored by international inspectors say the fire did not threaten any nuclear materials. a symphony orchestra in china has given a concerts month the end of its lockdown. around $120.00 musicians from the gian symphony orchestra gathered on one of china's 5 sacred mountains the events dubbed concerts on the sea of cloud was streamed online from mount was shown in changing province.
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welcome balkan if you're just joining us you're watching on $20.00 live from doha your top stories the u.s. president donald trump is hosting the annual salute to america event at the white house to mark independence day but celebrations across the country a museum because of the coronavirus pandemic and many states canceling their celebrations. we will safeguard our values traditions customs and beliefs we will teach our children to cherish and adore their country so that they can build its future together we will fight for the american dream and we will defend to protect and preserve. american way of life which began in 1492 when columbus discovered america a man has driven a car into a crowd of black lives matter protesters in seattle in washington state 2 women critically injured the driver fled but witnesses drove after him and he was then
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arrested. and blank lines matter protest has taken place and paolo demonstrators gathered in a poor neighborhood in the east of brazil's largest city to denounce police violence. the authorities in bolivia have fired tear gas of protesters calling for an end to the virus quarantine local media reporting the demonstrators are detaining 15 people to raise the stakes on their demands. latin america has overtaken europe in the number of virus cases the region has more than 2 and a half 1000000 infections a new cases are rapidly rising spain has put part of catalonia back under lockdown after shopping crease in the number of covert 1000 cases around 200000 people living near the town only get are affected ripping queues and crowds across pubs in england restaurants dresses and cinemas all reopened today following a relaxation of lockdown rules punkers of businesses open their doors for the 1st time in 3 months up next is the bottom line i will see you very soon for the moment
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. in india identity politics on the rise is the construction of partitions in parts away. across the country and there is a dark side. to see the grid philosophical majesty of the big into something more like the team i didn't see the british but i meet with victims of violence and discover what life is like for minorities in the country join me on my journey in search of india's soul on al-jazeera. 0 is here to report on the people often ignored but who must be hurt how many other channels can you say will take the time and put extensive thought into reporting from under reported areas of course we cover major global events about our past lives and making sure that you're hearing the stories from people in places like palestine. the south and legion and so many others go to them to make after we care.
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hi i'm steve clements and i have a question what is racism and is there really any way to get rid of it in any society let's get to the bottom line. we have a special guest with us today at a young age he's turned black american academic studies on their head arguing that racism is about bad policies not about bad people not about bad ideas he says that the only way to beat racism is for each and every one of us whether white black or brown to look into our hearts and confess our personal bigotry and prejudice and actively become anti racist he is even x. can be one of the nation's foremost scholars on racism and he's just been tasked with building the center for anti-racist research that boston university. thank you so much for joining us i know you have a new book coming out and it is called a few races baby i'd love to understand based on you know what you've done and how to be an anti-racist you're reaching further what are you trying to do with this
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new book that you're releasing.


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