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>> three palestinians killed and two israelis critically injured in the latest wave of violence. hello, welcome to live from doha. i'm elizabeth puranam, also ahead. funerals from victims of saturday's bombing in ankara as turkey blames i.s.i.l. for the attack. new concerns about russia's involvement in the war, and syria, and the type of bombs used. more than a year after flight
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m-17 was shot down in ukraine, investigate years outline their final conclusions israeli forces have shot dead at least three palestinians in the latest wave of violence. a palestinian man was killed in west jerusalem, israeli police say he tried to stab a soldiers on a bus and grab his gun. early on monday a palestinian teenager was killed. israeli forces say he tried to stab an officer. outside jerusalem, two palestinians were shot after stabbing two israelis, who are in a critical condition in hospital. we have this report from west jerusalem. >> this is the ugly reality of what is happening here. a young palestinian in agony, shot by police, who say he's part of a random stabbing attack on two young israelis. in the background, a crowd gohheding on the police.
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one man is shouting "shoot him in the head." the teenager is in hospital with serious injuries, along with two victims. police say they shot dead his accomplice, another palestinian teenager. this is one of a trail of knife attacks and police shootings. monday was one of the darkest days in occupied eased jerusalem since the crisis began. it started with a 17-year-old man shot dead. police say he tried to stab a border policeman. later, another schoolgirl is shot and injured, police say she stabbed on officer. israel's prime minister called it knife terror when he addressed the knesset. he said tougher measures against offenders, including mine nal
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gaol sentences for stone throwers. >> >> we are taking responsibility on hour, destroying terrorists houses. we are wiping out the people against us. and the islamic movement. we are fighting against the molotov cocktails and the stones, taking revenge for the people killed. i expect the support of the opposition party in these action, and also in establishing the law against this wave of terror. israel's opposition, while agreeing tough action is needed, accused binyamin netanyahu of failing to take control. the politicians debated their next moves, came another attack. this time police say a palestinian stabbed and wounded a soldiers on a bus in west jerusalem. according to the police, he tried to get the soldiers's gun. civilians grappled with him. the bus stopped. police boarded it, opening fire and killing the palestinians. there's a deep sense that pervades streets. this much is not about suicide
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attackers or car bombs, it could be anybody, like a grudge, short notice, pulling a knife. crude violence. there's another fear, one as deep set. as these attacks continue, questions over tougher measures that police are using. palestinians believe the police are using summary justice, killing before considering alternatives. no one is sure how or when this changing washington - that's palestinians are calling on shop owners in the occupied west bank to stay closed on tuesday in protest against an escalation of violence. some businesses caught up in the conflict have been shut for weeks. we have this report. >> reporter: it's a lone house in a strategic location. on one side the headquarters of the israeli forces in the outlined west banks.
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and on the other, the epicentre. houses are filled with burning tires. this man returns home shortly after. he's been living here since 1978 and will not budge. >> where do you wnt us to go. israel wants us to leave. i live here with my daughter. this is my land. who do i live the house to. i told the youth don't come here. israelis are looking for any excuse. >> this man and his daughter is in an area under full civil and security control by the israelis. during the fighting soldiers often come onto the property. >> translation: they come into
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our garden and take position along the fence. they will not allow any position to move. we are underpsychological pressure. here in bethlehem, this is a flashpoint where there has been daily conpron stations. and at the refugee camp nearby, many young protesters come from there. older shops and restaurants closed down. >> the stability took a toll on those that lived and work in the areas. >> translation: we want to stay in the area. we believe the israelis will take the land as well. if the area is desert, it will be occupied. >> this is the only one to open, but just in the morning. he will not sustain this for long, he and his neighbours complain the local government is not doing anything to help them survive. there's no sign detentions are
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easing. nearby some teenagers are getting ready for a new round of confrontations, picking up marble from the day before. they say it's more about getting their frustration out. shortly after, the grocery shop shuts down, and the street turns into a battle zone again. jooch let's move on to other news, and turkey says i.s.i.l. is the main suspect for suicide. more funerals on monday for victims of the attack, 97 died. they have been attending a peace rally, there has been no claim of responsibility. mohammed jamjoom has the latest. >> reporter: you can see it in their faces. you can hear it in their sighs. with each passing hour sadness deepens. with every passing day resentment grows.
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>> translation: in the heart of the capital, ankara, explosions occur, it races questions. >> reporter: since the attacks near the main train station on saturday, two of this man's nieces are missing. one was mother to three children. and the woman on the right was the mother of two. >> in a painful wait to locate the bodies, they are angry and sad. >> translation: how can anyone say there's no security situation, how did they bring the bombs here, how did they enter the square and detonate the bombs. >> as questions pile up, satisfactory answers are yet to be found. the tents were set up after the attack to accommodate families of the victim. most people here are kurdish, donating d.n.a. to identify
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remains of loved one. >> reporter: family members wait outside this medical complex. this woman was working the fields in her village when she heard the news. >> translation: my daughter came for a peace rally. did she have a gun in her hand, no. she came for peace. she came empty handed. she came to ask for peace. >> reporter: like other kurds, she accused the government treating her as a second-class citizens. >> i've been here for 3.5 days, and i have no information. is my daughter dead or alive? if she is dead, show me her flesh and blood. show me her body. no one is helping. >> reporter: at a time of tension in turkey, more of the population feels aggrieved and targeted. >> we lived together for 1,000 years. we are pro-peace, we are dying
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for it and living for it. in death we ask for peace, and peace only. >> reporter: that so many were killed in a rally where they were demanding peace makes it hurt more. with trauma this severe, these wounds will be hard to heal kurdish protestors fought with police. they blame the government for allowing the ankara blast to occur and accuse the most of stirring up hatred against a kurdish minority. the governor is the former ambassador, and said the bombing has political implications. >> will it cause more people to come out and vote for the party, the a.k. party that the government ordered to pursue greater stability, or did they feel that the a.k. party failed to provide the adequate security in a way that allowed these things to happen in the heart of capital, and, therefore, turn
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away from it. i think that that is the essential question for the next three weeks before the elections in november kurdish fighters in syria announced an alliance for a rebel group to fight i.s.i.l. the u.s. dropped weapons and supplies in the area. i.s.i.l. controls large parts of syria with its stronghold. one of the groups on the ground that makes advances against i.s.i.l. is the kurdish y.p.g. syrian government forces are in control of western parts of the country. staying in syria, and rights groups are highlighting what they say is the illegal use of cluster munitions. since russian air strikes began, new bombs have been dropped from areas understand their control. >> reporter: this is what syrian rebels say a russian air strike looks like from the ground. >> what is knew about attacks are the multiple blasts, instead
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of a single explosion they are used to. the trail of death and destruction that all air strikes leave is all-too familiar. >> reporter: they are using cluster bombs on civilians, not military targets. look at the land. it's full of unexploded cluster bombs. not even birds survive here. these show munitions. rights groups say there's video and evidence that bombs are used in the latest air campaign by russia and syria. human rights watch documents the use of cluster bombs since 2012. it raised concerns that russia is using cluster ammunitions or providing the air force with new times. cluster bombs have been banned as they cause indiscriminate harm, and the bombs, which failed to explode are a threat similar to that posed by land mines. motorcycle coe maintains it's only targetting i.s.i.l.
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in 24 hours time, russian military gets destroyed 25 fortification and defensive positions of the terrorists. >> the syrian military is taking advantage of the air campaign, where rebels say positions have been hit. >> in latakia, the heart land of support for bashar al-assad. government forces say they have captured territory. opposition fighters say they are holding their ground. they repulsed an advance on multiple fronts. since the beginning of the air campaign, more families have been forced to lever their homes. at this camp in idlib, no one is too young to help. >> these are among 7.5 million children affected. those less than five only now a
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life without proper hissing, food, heath care and education. >> the playfulness is the only hope of a better future still to come in the bull din - australia plan for refugees is under fire as it looks to the philippines for help. plus... >> malnutrition continues here to be a leading cause of death for children under the age of five.
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good to have you with us, i'm elizabeth puranam in doha.
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these are the top stories on al jazeera. israeli forces shot dead at least three, killed in a series of attack on soldiers and civilians. two palestinians outside jerusalem were shot after stabbing two israelis, who are now in critical condition. there are more funerals for the victims of saturday's twin bombings. several have been detained in connection with the blast. the government believes i.s.i.l. is behind the attack. human rights groups say cluster bombs are used in a latest air campaign by russia and syria. cluster bombs have been banned. they caused arm at the time of the attack. moscow denies the claims. >> dutch investigators are due to publish the final report into the shooting down of malaysia airlines flight mh17.
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all on board died, many from the netherlands. neave barker reports. >> reporter: it was meant to have been a routine flight between amsterdam and kuala lumpur, one of many planes flying high. for the passengers of the mh17, this is where their lives ended. 298 were killed, including 15 crew. most were dutch. there are so many questions at this moment. this is among hundreds of members desperate for answers. his brother-in-law was killed. he was on his way to the far east on holiday. >> we have lost so many lives and a lot of families have - they have not been the same any more. all families have climate changed and that is something that will stay forever. >> soon after the disaster, the netherlands ordered on
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investigation, and an early report concluded that the plane broke up in mid air after being hit by high energy objects. >> it didn't say the plane was brought down by a missile, but ruled out virtually everything else. ukraine and some western leaders accused some pro-russian leaders using a book, service to air missiles. russia denies this, blaming the military instead. the the report to be announced at the air base focuses on four key areas. the underlying causes of the crash, what the last moments were like for those on board, and why the families of dutch victims had to wait two days before receiving confirmation that loved ones were on board. the report tries to answer why mh17 made the fateful decision to fly over a war zone. >> in the weeks leading up to the shoot down of the malaysian 17, there had been military
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planes shot down. there was already an indication that sophistication weaponry was in the conflict zone. >> one thing the report will not answer is the burning question of who is responsible. a separate criminal investigation led by dutch detectives will report its findings at the end of the year, evidence that could lead to charges of war crimes and murder. we know where the plane crashed and investigators are about to reveal their fine thoughts on why. we don't know who beyond reasonable doubt is to blame. >> the up-u.n. refugee camp - more this 300 were in the country, many fear moving into camp will prevent them from
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working. i would say an effective solidarity allowing the countries to provide refugees with a rite to work, will give very important contribution to reduce the flow. australia is in talks with the philippines to resettle refugees, last year the government reached on agreement with cambodia to take in asylum seekers, four refugees moved the opposition politicians say it was a failure costing 365 million. australia intercepts the boats, sending assume them offshore. >> reporter: the philippines has a long history of accepting refugees from other countries,
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as far from europe, spreading from the war in 1970s. they built a village even i for resettling in other countries. a plan to resettle asylum seekers who attempt to reach australia by boat is not quite the same. australia has reportedly offered over $100 million to the philippine government in a span of five years to take the refugees, something officials strongly denied. >> in the recent issue of migration we have to take into account our own resources and capabilities. >> refugees that tried to reach australia shores have been sent to hundreds of prisons in a tiny nation of nauru, where living conditions are different.
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>> cambodia tried to resettle refugees. the 55 million arrangements has been criticized by many. >> australia has long-taken a high-line stand on asylum seekers who tried to reach its shores by boat. the policy is to prevent deaths at sea. >> i want to reiterate in the strongest terms that the resolve of the prime minister and myself, the whole of nsc, the whole of the cabinet end of the government is to make sure we don't allow deaths at sea. that we are determined to stare down the threat from people smugglers, and not allow the boats to recommence. the united nations shows australia is the signatory to the un convention, and has a responsibility to do more. >> is it fair for a member state to transpose its responsibility so another member state.
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that is an important question. which was answered in full consultation. the groups say australia can afford to look after the. >> would resettle the country. more backlash for the government. it may mean enticing more smugglers guinea's opposition candidates refuse to recognise the results of saturday's presidential election. all seven opposition leaders running against conde want it annulled because of what they say is fraud. u.s. candidates from major parties - the first state to cast ballots.
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tom ackerman has this report from johnny manziel. >> in person or by video, eight contenders lined up. instead of watching them exchange partisan attacks. the group wanted to hear about reaching common ground, creating jobs, preserving social safety net. >> this is why america is in the spot we are in. nationwide more voters describe themselves as independence. even more so in this state. >> new hampshire is not the first state to hold primary elections. voters are famous for the group to be bound by party labels. >> here, it's not called independent, it's undeclared. >> it means i'm going to vote
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for the person, instead of the party. >> on primary day each voter chooses whether to cast a ballot in the republican or democratics context. >> i can tell you, having been through six presidential elections, where the voters participate. it's crucial. >> life at its best is a series of tradeoff. they were committed to compromises in a washington from a political gridlock. even the combative republican front runner donald trump, not without him slamming rivals. >> people are fed up with incompetent politicians. i'm telling you, i think they are fed up. >> the multibillionaire's tone appealed to this man, voting for democrats. >> two things some out of his mouth saying i'm voting for donald trump, mainly because he won't have to be threatened by
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the party line. evidence that party royalties are losing more loyalties than this race. >> to bangladesh, 53,000 died from malnutrition complications. as reported, researchers in dhaka came up with an unconventional solution to malnutrition. 13 month old should weigh between 8-12 kilograms. instead he clocks in at 14 kilos, which is why his mother brings him to this daycare center that looks after malnourished children. >> i can't take care of the baby, there's too many shores to do. it's hard to make sure he's fed properly. >> according to the bangladesh government. 36% of children suffer from chronic malnutrition.
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the rate is highest among children that live in slums. >> aid agencies say bangladesh did a lot to improve child and maternal health. it still has a high rate of malnutrition, among the leading causes of death for children under the age of five. >> researchers at the world fish center, a nonprofit group believe they may have an unlikely answer - dried fish turned into shut ni. small tried fish eaten hole can be a crisp talks the taste is improved by adding spices. >> the idea of using this as a part of nutritious. we have a programme in myanmar, in nepal, india, and recently an
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idea of promoting a programme in africa. >> the studies are fetching. products should not be seen as a quick fix. how they are eating, whether these people have excess to other needs. it's a number of things. i want say that this will solve the problem. this is an approach. we are testing how it's contributing. back at daycare, they try to feed a balanced meals, knowing it may be one of the few that her son has over the next little
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while and just a reminder you can keep up to date with all the news on our website. that is currently leading with our top story of the escalating finals in palestine and israel. mass >> each year, nearly 12 million arrests are made in the united states. >> is this pretty full for you guys? >> no, no this is just average, i guess you could say. >> okay. >> that's the population of los angeles and new york combined, booked into thousands of local jails. >> do you know how long some of these men have been held here? >> mmmm. i don't, off the top of my head, i don't. >> okay. >> how long have you been in here. >> since june the 6th of last