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now who is responsible for maintaining security in the south? it's the society itself and also the southern mobility movement known as iraq. we fear that isis and al quaeda will gain control of the areas we pulled out of lots more to come here on al jazeera. less than a year after she was re-elected, brazil's president is facing calls to step down.
north. his killing fuelled fears of a new civil war in the country somolia is unlikely to hold full elections next year because of continuing violence. some kind of process will be still held but a lack of voter registration could undermine polling. it's election time in southern somolia. members of parliament are voting for president.
currency has lost 30% of its value. >> i barely fill up a bag. everything is very expensive. i now look for the cheapest products. >> ask anyone here and they'll tell you the same story. >> it's the private sector that's suffering the most from this crisis. here in downtown rio, this is a scene you see more and more often these days. shops that had to close down over the past 12 months and many blame the president for this or in this case, her political allies calling on them to leave the government. 1,200 shops, about 30%, have closed down since the beginning of 2012. --
and you can keep up to date with all the news on our website on your screen. the address, al jazeera.com. that's al jazeera.com. >> this week on "talk to al jazeera" - john lydon, lead singer of "the sex pistols" - the band that ignited a punk rock revolution. >> pain, suffering, the disenfranchised, unnecessary poverty, class warfare, all of these issues bother me greatly. >> he was a man who generated headlines and controversy. famous, of course, for his hit "god save the queen". >> [singing] god save the queen, the fascist regime. >> taking aim at the british monarchy. >> they're an accident of birth, they were born in a birdcage and