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no. this isn't. good. for golf. i was bored. all women came to add these was the 1st time for me to have a television. and no running water so it's. way. more than what i have expected but what i was sure was. i was told i wanted to go to college and i was sure that i do not want to. let my my mom's like i wanted to skate. this is one of my daughter samantha thank you. so.
now we have our in the. sun my it is in cali. and minimize spring family you. mean high school. my mom keeps the feeds warm. of course or presents typically the average until then mother. sorry to break the best. difficult situation and raise kids and school and soccer price everything basically. the little 100 more dead in. here since she did not have the benefit of the question herself always her dream was for us to get to keep it. she was very keen on that mother.
love and really know. the gate that there you go. there is a story that my mom. liked. my older brother was . in the school but. kids started passing him and bullying him and i was yank i was tall but the big deciders that i got was him that i protect him so so it's stuff that. you're a. kid. it was kids that traveling to stick to the good was object she killed her abductor
in there we decided to defend her in a court of law it was the 1st time that a man directed a woman resisted the violation of her rights. and it was the 1st time that. we had someone took the kids to the court and defended it and finally. i should say that the girl is treated. so totally. impacted our work is way less. misleading to form but those. community behavior. in the town to cut. corners on this is the 1st city want them to go for the 1st 3 people because. i do
not suffer as physically from factor time and i just want to change how this is bigger than the prep so i thought it was a figure like that to the staff i took to that just signed by title understand. what's going on here. all the members. are. remembered for your one can see there are also plenty. more others. that have. been here and i know you're not ok this is a very in for profits that's. been. a
few samples from north america. into wow busy. with old look and in the am i will not have a good time and i think there is even. run government move we're going to turn them into a federal government minister new initiative that is a. real under threat in the midst of the christmas or disbelief or nights that i will. love that are going. to matter eventually and i meant to share very very challenging sector not only in ethiopia and only developing countries but it's because we have so far up a city by still far dentists. we have a lot of cases happened across case especially in countries like ours we have over a 100000000 population and. we have many cases coming to court every single day i
think there are limits connected our group turns out it's very. hard to tell if you don't remember your family. this is a new will think in suspended for 10 chambers like this which is fantastic for us because you have to be adverse court the believed that not convenient but this is made for. purely for the purpose of education sort of as oh i'm stronger i'm been met hundreds of comments too often i am no no no no no no if you could just as a thank you i know that i know that if you look and i do damage to look at that and . it is a sign of progress because you know were experienced chambers in space for judges has been a challenge for us in this is not a number of course but this is a good beginning.
that was i. was. when i was approached to take the position of these 2 persistence i was totally surprised. i knew that this is going to be a difficult assignment there is a lot of expectation from the judiciary the history of the judiciary and particularly under the just the secretary general has been beautiful. and. people expect that to be corrected and they want. not to morrow they wanted to be.
some partition of power with a big problem the civil service was not independent the judiciary was not independent and this sort of was the source of our problem i think to begin with it's. a strong us we're confident it's the longest we believe in ourselves it shouldn't be a problem to discuss who is any branch of government from asking for time to give that some belief that commitment to establish an independent judiciary.
even before actually transition to government made a decision to close down this place and you know turn it into something different and there was very symbolic decision that was made at that point almost predicted what was about to calm himself change in the times for mission in this country something that they were made in the car for a madonna fan you know. talking to lizzie. not something you know when this is going in a casket in a bottle and so on. a number of those
kinds of in. sochi. present and then sundance and then us it's not intimate understand it's not snowing she could stand a chance. but neda. you know that was almost at the bottom of any him what i report one of the major reasons is your very existence of a place like 6 where. it glad. you're here without. due process of law and order torture and all this was this was this was a place. i had to partake but i have never been here. this is
a place that everybody cares. and i'm going i'm lucky because i didn't have any family member or friend a whole always out wasted. with the same logical. ok we have to do this in britain we don't know if i should let him under cover. this on a mantra. that you know it took me. about oh. month and. i mean. nothing because this is for for people. to come back to not always it isn't just to get a souvenir motivation. to be. good it's just when you are trying to close i would like to get
a leader. in my current capacity as the president of the supreme court. i have to make sure that this will not happen like will not be tossed church and that due process will be respected in our country in the future so for me this is very important because i have to see and understand what has happened so that we make sure that. you know going forward. we will know that the law and will make sure that the rule of law is respected in this country. everything my confidence is getting stronger. every day and just have the depth of
the problem but that same time my confidence was getting stronger for some reason for some reason i don't have the feelings that are. you know i would build a well maintained i don't know how to do this but. my my commitment is getting it would be by the day when i grow up i grew up during the time of high selassie and we were also part of the discontented movement students but now. i think the country has gone through many stages and. you know the current situation is probably you know in terms of democracy and rule flow probably this is the time when. you know the best of times i would say. i have
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i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up the trade talks are back on in the u.s. and china creature return to the negotiating table to resolve their trade war. carolan for us her support behind an international inquiry into a police action door in hong kong's protests. and the number of people killed by hurricane dorian in the bahamas rises and tens of thousands are also in need of urgent aid. britain's prime minister boris johnson plans to lead the u.k. out of the european union the plans are in crisis his proposal to hold a snap election for the brics that deadline of october 31st was voted down and he's also passed a bill blocking the possibility of a no deal accept from the e.u. that is something johnson said he was willing to consider if no new withdrawal deal was agreed to enter someone's house more. another defeat.
but with a rebellion in his party and the opposition taking over the parliamentary timetable i say the right 327 the new select 299. within minutes boris johnson was on his feet with his plan for a snap elections are either going to do that should the public good go into an election recount. he doesn't want to lecture me but this house has left no other option than directing the public decide who they want as prime minister and i commend peace motion to the hide under the opposition bill that now has to be passed by parliament upper house johnson is forced to seek an extension of the brics a deadline that will move it to january scuppering his do or die plan for a no deal brix it if necessary on october 31st but labor the main opposition party
isn't ready to give support to johnson's call for an election which needs a 2 thirds majority that the author of the election to die is a bit like the offer of an apple to snow white in the wiki queen because what he's offering is not an apple or even election but the poison of a no deal. i. assume is to speak your i repeat i repeat what i said last night last night let this bill pass and gain royal assent then we will back at election so we do not crash out with a no deal exit from the european union. unsurprisingly ruled labor abstaining johnson's attempt to get an immediate election didn't pass by having the house well we are aware. that the motion has no out of. the majority were. out of the fixed parliament's fact this is
about defending our democracy ahead of the latest political drama demonstrators in parliament square denounce boris johnson's actions accusing him of engineering a no deal grex it by claiming they're all still chances of a deal when there's no progress whatsoever boris johnson may have only been in power for 6 weeks but he doesn't have control right now. nevertheless you've only got to listen to the demonstrators here to realize the central issue is about trust and the opposition want to be absolutely sure there's a couple bottom guarantee he can't play any tricks if there is an election the 2nd largest opposition party is also against an immediate election people don't trust johnson when he says he really wants a deal we all suspect that he wants no deal and we also want to make sure that he's not able to use his proxy of powers as the prime minister to create some tricks and
allow the country to crash out another day of unprecedented moves with involvement and with it still uncertainty about what the people of the united kingdom might expect from its political leadership and who simmons westminster. channel has more on what was an extraordinary day in parliament. it was a day that began with the trembling voice of nicholas soames winston churchill's grandson in the house of commons talking about the end of his 37 year career as a conservative party m.p. sacked this morning by boris johnson for opposing the government in tuesday night's vote and it was a day that ended with trembling voices on both sides of the house m.p.'s trembling with anger and frustration at the brakes it impossible it is clear that for many a general election can't come soon enough well it didn't come tonight that was no surprise the opposition labor party had always said it wasn't going to vote for
boris johnson's motion until or unless that anti no deal breaks it was locked down well if as is expected the legislation does make its way through the house of lords by the end of this week and on to the statute folks expect another motion to try and trigger a general election early next week and that one in all likelihood will succeed their opinions bracks a negotiator refused to comment on whether any progress has said made on bracks the talks met e.u. ambassadors in brussels to discuss the u.k. spending departure after my meeting with the member states now barbara starr to iraq and i just want to tell you a deal i would remain to see constance is the good you don't united uncovered. chinese an american trade negotiators will meet for talks in october to try to put an end to the ongoing trade war between the world's 2 largest economies the latest
round of test for tat terrorist a tween the 2 countries went into effect on sunday mike hanna has more from washington d.c. . the announcement of the new round of trade talks was made by the commas industry in beijing this apparently followed a conversation between u.s. treasury secretary steve newton and the chinese vice premier they've agreeing that lower level negotiators will meet during the course of this month to set an agenda for the high level negotiations that will take place in washington during october it does appear to most observers that this is a consequence of the leaders of both country realizing that there is no benefit whatsoever to this ongoing trade brawl both countries have suffered major economic impact because of this increase in tariffs but within the u.s. as well there has been a political impact president trump's advisers have been cautioning him about the impact the tariffs of pads on his bedrock support to the rural areas the farmers
just one example of the export of soybeans from the u.s. has dropped by more than 50 percent since the same period in 2017 so certainly there are both political and economic factors at play here in both countries it's the 80th anniversary of the chinese communist party next month and president xi certainly looking as well for something to be able to celebrate on kong's chief executive kerry lamb misspoken to the media for the 1st time since withdrawing that controversial extradition bill shope the withdrawal of the bill will help solve the crisis so these are some of the key points that she just made the bill will be withdrawn no debate no voting plan will fully support an international inquiry into the behavior of police during a protest she said the u.k. canada and new zealand could assist in the encouraging she also promised direct talks with protestors to allow them to air their grievances here's a little of what she had to say. the bill will be withdrawn. there will be no
debate and no vote. the 2nd action is we will fully support the work of the independent police complaints council. i notice that i.p.c.c. has announced yesterday details off the members of the panel of international experts. which will help in the assessment and the recommendations in the fact finding study these international experts really renowned experts in their respective fields and they come from the united kingdom canada australia and new zealand i pledge that the government will seriously follow up recommendations made in the i.p.c.c. report. 3rd from this month onward my principal for shows of course including as chief secretary for a ministration and a secretary for home affairs we will reach out to the community to start
a direct dialogue people from all walks of life with different stances and backgrounds are invited to share their views and air their grievances we must find ways to address the discontent in society and look for solutions or clark joins us now from hong kong these are pretty significant concessions she may make. that particular part of her press conference that was the earlier part which when she took went through the statement which she released last night being out when so not here in hong kong but when she was put under pressure on a few key points one in particular was the timing of this announcement why did she announce this 13 weeks ago before a lot of this violence erupted on the streets of hong kong and she said she made the decision after a meeting with key community groups and key advisors and their advice was the best
way forward was to dump all withdraw fully withdraw this bill to allay the public concerns and she said she hoped that this would give hong kong a way out of this political impasse and she was also questioned a number of times about the role of the chinese central government whether or not they put pressure on her to withdraw the spill she denied that they put pressure on us she said that they supported and they respected the process and her decision and the 3rd key area which she announced in her statement last night. she announced this independent study by the police complaints council as well as an independent study into this political crisis she's denied that this particular council is why down by promised pro-government. representatives and she said that they appointed the 2 international representatives. well get this particular council and this particular study credibility so she's certainly been put on the spot with regards to some of the other key demands and the criticism about what she announced in her
statement to course it remains to be seen how all this plays out but what would you think this means for the demonstrations. with the demonstrations will go ahead we've spoken to a number of the pro-democracy groups the other members of the ledge the assembly as well as the group so the organizers behind a lot of these mass rallies i've recent weeks and i will go ahead with for the protests because i said that what those 5 key demands and in particular and what this this movement is now focusing on is in particular the police what they describe as police brutality has been accusations that the police have been hostile with regards to the arrest and the behavior towards these protesters i would say more than 1100 people arrested of the last 13 weeks and there's anger about what i believe is the escalation of violence from the police side so these particular protesters want also the amnesty row amnesty for the other various protesters who have been arrested they want those charges.