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out of this. the noise of the other daughters putting up some of them up by the rest of the people they. must. look at i'll not give it up but i'm in democracy now. and when the women pull the super they've been part of them so that if i want to ask somebody. within if you got the. bomb there you still do yours then there's the. d.n.a. money on him i mean. does it dos i got on top of my last. but the coming to see and i. was more the present time to let my early associate look at the. you know the about. going to significantly get
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the new guys they got the nice into that for going to be honest i into this by name for one thing that i don't use that they're not of the us on my list but of course i got them into a study that they knew of cannot i mean did they remained then simply did they were out of our our stores and they in turn called me as a spy merely. for because daughter of theirs and from the east and their laws nothing was disguised in uniform symbol of the lisp i know yeah but i thought all of us through this by merely i mean in.
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are going to be an asshole also given that you're just not going to start this article but does that mean that if i don't think of it that i will but i don't know it with a simple but i think i. might on the boil but i'm not quite there yet but i said i think i said because i mean how do you actually put up with out of. some of them up with a thought on a bike you know. they said there was some of. the by the know what i mean them in they go but i think what's up with. radio and no one knows i mean what good. is it when i said something to this how do i. get them one on one and and what about. that and then he was ok in the same thing which i will tell you if you focus it on my home without then kill him with those videos those companies come up with you that i don't know this young and i don't send me but that is how you get that and i think it's unfair they say but that's.
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the word. that the bait over bull fighting raged on there were demonstrations in september twenty sixth seen after a muppet or was killed in madrid sparking calls for a nationwide ban. then in october twenty sixth spain's constitutional court overturned the capital and a raging bull separatist an animal rights campaign you. know the large. sport or symbol of separatism. bull fighting. divided cut. now. could divide spain.
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she was a society hostess in beirut in the 1940's she was in touch with a lot of people from the lebanese bureaucracy going to make this work her code name was the power and she spied for mossad in lebanon or for. what she was doing it was something brave as a woman out just you know world to house a story of sure to go in. the beirut spy at this time. welcome back we'll look at the weather across the americas in north america this
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frontal system is pretty active across parts of the midwest through towards the great lakes that is going to sweep on through as we head on through monday so it's just there towards the eastern seaboard so any early rain should then clear away brighter fresher conditions to fall on behind certainly cooler there for dallas twenty two degrees still some showers across the florida peninsula as i move the forecast through to choose day so fine conditions but cool conditions towards the eastern seaboard now fine across the midwest twenty in sunshine chicago and then as a cross the west are still got some snow across the rockies for the north but generally dry conditions for a time in seattle in washington state before the rain pushes in later in the day and fine for the south in california temps of thirty three likely in los angeles down through into central parts of america and through this with some pretty heavy rain around the gulf of mexico region into the yucatan peninsula not too much in the way of sunshine there expected and across the islands of the caribbean it's looking fairly wet at moment showers in many areas through to choose day not
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a great deal of change expected here perhaps a little bit brighter times across cuba some heavy showers across north western parts of south america further towards the south it's looking dry across paraquat high society three innocent. in the final part of a six part series filmed of a five years. that people are still fired for that line. the village chief is in prison. and forced underground the filmmaker has become part of the saga. crackdown the concluding part of. china's democracy experiment at this time his iraq. is quiet the signal is given. out so it's safe to walk to school last year there are more than thirty
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in this community in one month the police say this area is a red zone one of several in some townships and children sometimes a court in the crossfire when rival gangs fight the parents and grandparents of what they call a walking past to try to take them i lost my. violin go i also lost my but there are more than one hundred fifty volunteers working for several walking buses teachers say it is working class attendance has improved the volunteers also act as security guards as we embrace new technologies rarely do we stop to ask what is the price of this progress what happened was he was started getting sick but there was a small group of people that began to sing maybe this was really meant as a job an investigation reveals how even the smallest devices. bar a mental health we think ok will center us to china but we have to remember that their function traveled around the globe death by design at this time on al-jazeera
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. this is al jazeera. i'm jane dutton this is the news live from doha coming up in the program fighting erupts in care cook as the iraqi army advances towards the kurdish held city. anger and sorrow as two hundred seventy six people are killed in the deadliest single attack in the somali capital. austria looks set to elect one of the world's youngest leaders in a vote that marks the country's shift to the right plus. one hundred if we keep
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trying to investigate the truth about issues and reclined states my life could be in danger in the line of fire me and trying to muzzle the media for reporting on the rehang a crisis. we begin in iraq where simmering tensions have escalated into skirmishes between government forces and kurdish fighters near kirkuk the iraqi army is advancing on the kurdish held city with state television reporting that troops of already retaken vast areas in the oil rich region the reuters news agency is quoting iraqi military officials saying the objective is to retake control of a key air base and oil fields to the west of the city. yes megaforce is inside kirkuk also mobilizing they've been gathering in the city over the past few days
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and kurdish leaders met a few hours ago to discuss the crisis they call for dialogue but said they won't do so under pressure from what they describe as military threats from baghdad the kurds have also rejected calls to know the results of last month's referendum on says sation iraqi government refuses to recognize the vote stratford as more on the rising tensions from bill in northern iraq. the iraqi military saying that this operation is being spearheaded by the ninth armored division the federal police and counterterrorism units they saying that the thousands of shia militias are very much in a supportive role we understand that this offensive is focused on oil fields to the north the west the south all of that oil rich city of kirkuk and also the k. one military base k one military base was taken control of by kurdish peshmerga in two thousand and fourteen after the iraqi army fled and eisel offensive kirkuk is
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hugely important for the k r g and for the iraqi federal government is one of the two main oil producing areas of this country believed to have around four percent of the world's oil resources and it was taking control of by the peshmerga as i say after the iraqi army fled that are still offensive in two thousand and forty and it participated in the controversial referendum on a future session from iraq last month's kurdish forces in and around that city have vowed to defend it to the last man we hear that the kurdish governor of kirkuk has called people in the cities are saying anybody with a weapon should defend the city prime minister about the seeming to try to calm the situation by saying that the offensive was not aimed at the people of kirkuk and that they should cooperate with the iraqi military but a very worrying development it seems as if all diplomatic efforts have failed in
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the build up of those troops that we've seen towards peshmerga positions despite repeated dolls' by the iraqi army that they were going to move on into the city and retake these oil fields it seems very much as if that is happening now. israel also dan is a retired brigadier general of iraq's army joins us via skype from an acis in virginia a very good to have you with us when you look at what's happening on the ground now in the movement of the iraqi forces and who's involved talk us through the strategy and what you think the end game is here. paul look. or this kind of situation one or more productive or a perspective. or a report you want to pick advantage. of. could you know government. to annex all of the disputed
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areas. so. we. would have to go. all right. sorry but i'm going to interrupt you because we've lost your audio there and i can't hear apologies here is defense department spokeswoman has urged both sides to overcome their differences saying we oppose violence from any party and urge against destabilizing actions that distract from the fight against isis and further undermine iraq's stability dialogue remains the best option to diffuse ongoing tensions and longstanding issues in accordance with the iraqi constitution now earlier i spoke to five or is a body who is the director of the center for the study of the middle east at
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indiana university he says the u.s. could play a key role in resolving the crisis. it was inevitable after the referendum of the. so long as the kurdish leadership moved to make a compromise this is why the united states the united nations the european union and the entire. community urged the kurds to delay the referendum so long as the kurds were willing to remain within iraq control. and the oil fields. was not as critical an issue after the referendum when the independence while there is a day. kurdistan the presence of. the stakes became much much higher and this unfortunately as a result i actually don't know why but that did on a renunciation of the referendum because tradition that it is unconstitutional and
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the and illegal and the international community's position that it is illegitimate means it is in fact a novelty so there's no reason really to have insisted on a see action by the kurdish side of the referendum but at this point the role of the united states needs to play with its allies in iraq. mediator and facilitator of dialogue making it clear that the iraqi constitution which calls for the unity of the country within a federated system. that is u.s. policy and that is what the united states support and the solving the problems between the two parties including some legitimate grievances that the kurds have that this is not the way to solve them are going to go back to ismail danniella tied to get a general of iraq's army good to have you back with us to explain to us the strategy that we are seeing at play at the moment. well i was saying that
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this situation was like a suspected for the post isis era if you like that. are from ranking of the. however the very very hated you know iraq oddly know best with the. if iraqi army has a part of the nation with the local authority of the city as well as with a.r.g.s though that the operation will go smoothly and the iraqi forces will retake the a lot of camps as well as the air base and the oil fields. apparently. the two. parties the iraqi government and because we know that there have been directed their forces not too far i think. which is good in you i think
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this is a very thinking right been. told there would be no any reduction for what's happening . a current iraqi government is willing to take back the whole all the fifty from the chaos. and the sun is not great but at least we're going to try to push on do you think they can take on the passion again if it comes to that. well marjah senses are a part of the iraq if you force it and they force together i think. i think you know if it is widely they should work together and jointly i don't think the iraqi government will fight with with marjah because i don't know there is there will be a winner and the and the so on and the war which mark and they are often for the. if the. the the fight will be erupted between the two party.
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us adani thank you. shock disbelief sorrow somalia is in mourning after two hundred seventy six people were killed in a massive suicide bombing in the capital mogadishu the blast being described as the deadliest single attack on record as also left hundreds injured it's still not clear who carried out the carnage somalia's government is blaming but a senior member of the armed group has denied any role. catherine sawyer reports from nairobi in neighboring kenya. when people in somalia's capital mogadishu are trying to come to terms with one of the worst car bomb attacks ever a truck bomb exploded outside a hotel at an intersection lined with government offices restaurants and shops hours later a second blast struck another business district in the city most of the buildings in those areas have been destroyed still being pulled out of the rubble president
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mohammed up to life visited the scene his government has declared three days of mourning and you know that. the target of these terrorist is not government officials but civilians as you see here there are no government buildings only civilians who are going about their daily life we have to come together and fight these monsters until we eradicate them from our country. speaking to al-jazeera the united nations deputy special envoy to somalia say despite such attacks the security situation around the country has improved a great efforts have been made by the government to particular secure the city but also other areas in in the country but nevertheless when one is desperate enough to get through these kind of things do happen and we've seen it yet again into mali and fortunately doctors are doing their best with limited resources to deal with the many people who have been injured dozens are in critical condition several have
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lost limbs so. what happened yesterday was incredible i have never seen such a thing before and the death toll is uncountable corpses were burned and no one could recognize them. attacks on soft targets like markets and restaurants have become common in somalia this one apart is just how large it was and the devastation it has caused right now people are in hospital supplies like blood are i did he needed many. are wondering how someone was able to drive a year called packed with explosives into the heart of the city catherine saw al jazeera nairobi kenya. hundreds of somalis have marched in mogadishu to voice their anger at the bombing some said they lost faith in the state's ability to protect people. so there's bombing targeting somalia's foreign ministry has been seen as an attempt to destabilize the government of president mohammed ali he had recently announced
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a military campaign against armed groups including al shabaab which has stepped up attacks across somalia in recent months the effort is being supported by the u.s. which has been carrying out drone strikes against the rebels the head of the u.s. africa command met with the moderate just two days before the attack that meeting coincided with the resignation of both the defense minister and army chief without giving any reasons but israel is a somali scholar and a professor at the university of minnesota he says it's almost certain that al shabaab is behind the attack. i don't think the claim by al shabab is true because the truck came from a region of the country west of mogadishu were they control and as you said there is nobody else who has those capabilities and sharon has done something like this but only in small of form i was more in mogadishu in two thousand and eleven giving a lecture at one of the local universities one of the blue another of this kind but
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that one killed maybe a third or fourth of the population got it so in my mind there is absolutely no doubt that it's all shot i don't think we'll see any more than they have already done what needs to be done in my opinion is to provide the resources necessary to mobilize ten to twenty thousand somali security forces that are highly more wild that are professional in nature and who have resources unlike imus some of those people in my opinion will be able to drive them into the sea but as long as the amazon forest african union force and american sort of drones and all of that stuff will be able to stay in power in the countryside where they run roughshod over everybody else please go ahead in the news including all eyes on catalonia as president as madrid waits for an answer on the region's lead to break away. some of california's worst wildfires are now you know killed at least in. sports roger federer gets the better of his fierce rival rafa nadal at the shanghai masters.
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postures conservative leader sebastian kurtz has claimed victory in the general election of just thirty one so make him the world's youngest leader he's people's party won more than thirty one percent of the vote but he will need to form a coalition government now as they have a change reports the results mark as sharp shift to the political right. and emphatic victory for sebastian kurtz just thirty one years old and already the chancellor of austria in waiting his first call to party headquarters and i thank you to supporters he described as making the impossible possible. today the voters men and women in this country gave us a great mandate we must be aware of this opportunity the women and men are putting
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their hopes into this movement we will use all our strength and all of our fight to bring about change in this country i invite you to go on this path with us there is much to do to establish a new style a new culture a politics political analysts say his victory makes it clear that turbulent rise of right wing populism is far from over of course this is a cause. so. labeled the whiz kid joined the campaign the leader of the conservative people's party achieved his ambition by being tough on what he called illegal migration kurtz has been accused of ruthless opportunism by his former coalition partners stealing the clothes and the policies of the hard right. no one party has an absolute majority in the national parliament sir coalition will have to be formed but who will kurtz now choose as his partner. most bets are on the hard right freedom party led by heinz
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christian straka it's been more than a decade since they've been in a governing coalition but tonight they were celebrating a significant surge in support the little people called them to the people see this shows the tree as it looks who will be able to celebrate the best result in the history of the party and it also shows that the wish for change is strong in austria. that feeling might not be shared by austria's muslim community the card of islamophobia has been successfully played in this election leaving them more isolated and vulnerable david chaytor. vienna. bell is and is a professor of sociology at cornell university and conducts research on nationalism in europe she says it's not clear which direction kurtz will go in choosing a coalition government. it's not surprising that it is and you're right a candidate would actually win what's more interesting is at least to me
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the decision of the heart right. and the fact that. there was a great deal of celebration as it were in december when you're really did not make it to the presidency of austria and people sort of have this feeling well that you know we've beaten that the right wing challenge in austria and in the spring when a man who. got elected in france it was more of that kind of notion the hard drive is gone. but that was hardly likely to be the case because the hard drive it's driven by a lot of problems that are not only unique to austria he has a lot of the dish and the hard right and he certainly. wants controlled immigration. so in theory he could actually go for the center left.
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but the center left the idea of a center left and center right coalition boaters in austria seem to be i'm interested in that particular coalition so he may actually go right i mean i don't have. it which would actually consolidate the general sort of nationalist turn as it were catalonia as president has less than twenty four hours to say whether or not hilda k. independence following this a session referendum if he says yes spain's prime minister may take the unprecedented step of removing the region's political autonomy sonny gago reports from barcelona. facing up to the biggest challenge of his political career all eyes are on catalunya as president carter's prejudgment the man who could be about to declare europe's newest state here remembering the life of the last man
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who declared an independent catalan republic. in one thousand nine hundred forty this was with a castle and president. was executed by firing squad for a belling against the military rule of general francisco franco with only hours to go until this depleted what except what defies the order from the dread to end his drive for secession he gave no clue as to his intention. on behalf of the government and myself i want to reiterate our commitment. to. democracy as the inspiration for the decisions we have to make. on the eve of the day when mr preacher want is expected to confirm or deny his declaration of independence his presence here at memorial ceremony for a hero of catalan independence is not going unnoticed and many here are drawing parallels with that situation. there has been much emotion stoked here in the past
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few weeks but the attempt to frame this as a story of oppression of a wealthy region by the central government is not convincing the european union despite the violent crackdown by madrid on any attempt to push ahead with self-determination if the. army. with a peaceful. position never used the balance to defend our arguments. the catalonia of today is different from the embattled place it was during the spanish civil war but for the. gabaa ted the specter of pasta heroes of the cause is never far away even if catalonia is pro independence politicians step back there's no guarantee that they won't pay the price for their part in spain's
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current constitutional crisis so new diagonal al-jazeera barcelona. the exodus of rango from the rakhine state has shocked the world yet four journalists in the country simply reporting the story has led to arrests and refusing to accept the government's propaganda has left some fearing for their lives from young gone. reports. in a yangon cafe i meet men meet he's visiting from his home state of record time when he runs a monthly political magazine it's a risky business the twenty eight year old shows me photos of the bombing attack on his house last year which he says was due to his reporting in rakhine. if we keep trying to investigate the truth about issues and reclined states my life could be in danger. coverage of stories about muslims during the recent incidents on monday or we had to be silent we almost don't cover it because we have to be very careful
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. more than half a million rohingya have fled main mar to bangladesh since late august after a military campaign the united nations has called ethnic cleansing but you're unlikely to hear it reported that way in mean ma i wonder what it comes to and your issue. a traitor this reporter says he's been harassed online and even threatened in person for his reporting and reckon he doesn't want to reveal his identity because he fears for the public backlash and you're feeling more crammed and you know you feel crap when you're writing the news before it's proper you you have this fear what would be the public you know response. will be swearing at me again online. directing a fact you know the journalist walk how does he or has spoken to about half a dozen journalists from me also say that facing some form of harassment even death
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threats for not telling the government line on the range of issues just to give you an example of what that narrative is this is one of the country's daily best selling newspapers and it said that authorities are saying they'll continue to fight with their holy terrorism in iraq and state government social media also run the line that burning their homes including posting a photo of this couple who were later found to be hindu. the burning of ranger homes was recently cited in a united nations report as being part of a campaign to expel and prevent the return of rohingya to me but the government says it's false and that these kind of attacks are not happening these accusations are spreading throughout the world even though there's been no attack after the fifth of september and this is due to the media's role and this is very bad performance of the media i can say these media are bullying us i think it's fair to
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say that the government's p.r. . machine on this entire issue has been absolutely dreadful and it's been something almost orwellian dystopian. and incredibly cheap and nasty minin worries not just for his country's future but that of his magazine he lost two of his six dollars this month because he wouldn't let them use the words bengali terrorist in their reports he remains afraid of what else he could lose if he continues to search for the truth in me. al jazeera gone. more than half a million. since august when a military crackdown began across the border in bangladesh refugee camps are overcrowded and children are missing it could have a long camp in cox's bazaar. met one man who's trying to bring lost relatives back together. the ones that. were come almost sane the time had come to try and make
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a difference. one day in the morning i was going to work i saw one lady who was sitting in front of the gate and crying when i asked what happened she said my baby's been missing since last night and i can't find him after opening the office that day i was thinking about it and i was feeling very bad i was thinking how can i help it that was in late august just as the massive exodus of refugees fleeing violence in me and more was beginning since then more than five hundred thousand people have arrived in bangladesh. i'm gonna. come all himself or hinder refugee who's lived here for years noticed that more and more families were getting separated in overcrowded camps so he set up a lost and found booth from behind this microphone at the could to prolong camp he makes announcements about unaccompanied children that have been brought to him as well as individuals who have been reported missing by their relatives he says that there have been more than fourteen hundred people reported missing and estimates
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that more than seven hundred families have so far been reunited and. i have family to you i have kids too if i lost my own kids then i would feel very bad so until i'm able to give the lost children back to their parents i remain distressed when i can return children to their parents then i feel a pace kemal knows the chances of children being found increases when people can continue to communicate with each other that's why he's also set up a charging station where refugees can charge their mobile phones for free come on have been working as a security guard for an aid organization when he first got the idea for this initiative to use the money from his own savings to rent a microphone and start calling out the names of the missing and the lost now he is doing this full time. normal hamad was frantic when he couldn't find his two and a half year old son. people told me that i should go to the booth with a microphone where a person named kemal will announce my baby's name i searched all over for my son
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and still couldn't find him when i was about half of the way to the booth i heard that they were announcing that they had found a child then when i arrived i found my son with kemal now reunited with his son mohammad tells us he's not just relieved but also extremely grateful to come out but for every happy parent we find there is a distraught one. my son has been missing since last night i search for him yesterday all day and night as she waits for news alongside her other son mohammed aziz al more reaches desperation only deepens come all is all too familiar with this kind of suffering it's why he sits in this booth despite the heat it's why he works from early in the morning until late at night. finding children helping adults making a difference one name at a time. at the could to prolong camp and cox's bazar language still ahead on. venezuelans very much in the regional
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election that is being seen as a test for nicholas embattled presidency plus. i'm jake wood in california in a moment i'll explain why the government is looking at smacking something mine size into something that size to save the earth. and sport the squash from egypt making history in the us and. by the skyline of asian harbor or off the coast of the italian riviera. hello and welcome back now our typhoon that is continuing to make its way towards vietnam now is give us a very heavy rain across in china and hong kong is picking up outer bands of that
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system so pretty wet there through the course of monday as we head on through into choose state then it becomes vietnam's problem on our computer for classical the rain quite a long way north but it could well turn out to move further towards a size more of a problem for central vietnam and then eventually lies about states and dry conditions for hong kong taipei's looking fine you also see a circulation just behind me that's bringing a lot of showers to coastal parts of b.m.r. so wet one in yang gone moving further south across asia it's looking pretty wet across parts of the philippines generally a little bit of a dry spell across southern parts of vietnam and cambodia but across thailand the weather is looking pretty wet and generally at the moment coming southward through kuala lumpur and singapore we're going to few showers but i think generally here weather conditions are not looking too bad that had a across into south asia we've still got some heavy showers across more southern portions of india for central and northern areas i was all dry and fine pretty warm and thirty seven and should be fine across in crunchy with
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witness documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. again you're watching al-jazeera the top stories clashes have broken out between the iraqi army and kurdish forces near kirkuk iraqi army is advancing on the city was state television saying they've already retaken vast areas in the oil rich region. at least two hundred seventy six people have been killed in the largest suicide bombing in somalia's history no one as came sponsibility for the blast in mogadishu on saturday. conservative leader comes of sebastian kurtz's claimed
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victory in the general election but he'll need to form a coalition the thirty one year old politicians people's party won more than thirty one percent of the vote victory makes him the youngest leader in the world result marks a sharp shift to the political right for. the final assault has begun to root out the last i saw fighters in the northern syrian city of raka us back to syrian opposition forces say almost all civilians in about two hundred seventy five i saw five years of left rock under a deal brokered by tribal leaders on saturday between two and three hundred mostly foreign fighters are still to be inside. the subject from in turkey's hatay province. confined to a few areas in the center of the city which is a coalition of. fighters backed by the united states of america the shelling of those areas with the hope to try to evict from from there now there's been an
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attempt back to buy time for a deal backed by tribes you know how to convince ourselves. and what we've drove to work some of the foreign fighters and says that they would like to stay and fight to the death but this is why the significant development here the sense that. capital in iraq. but also in this suffering some major setbacks will last the city of. pulling out towards the border with iraq in two thousand and fourteen or fifteen i was hoping to use iraq as a platform to expand. and. that is now being with us you know our government forces have retaken the town of meyer deen in eastern syria after intense fighting with. idea had become
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a refuge for eisel fighters forced out of areas they once held in syria and iraq. south korea's government has urged the north to resume talks over its nuclear program politicians from both countries are attending a summit in moscow where russian representatives are meeting with the delegation separately north korean officials say conditions for discussions haven't been met yet due to u.s. pressure and south korea's military exercises. the bodies of twenty six people thought to been killed in an ambush last week have been found in eastern democratic republic of congo the victims disappeared after they were attacked by fighters in north kivu a chief in the area says most of the bodies had their hands tied and their necks broken more than eight hundred people were killed in a series of massacres in the area between two thousand and fourteen and sixteen. so that going president jacob zuma is visiting democratic republic of congo where he held talks with these counterpart joseph kabila the leaders discussed regional
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stability in the great lakes countries and the security situation in d.r. see more than a million people have been displaced in the cyber region where several groups are waging attacks against state and international institutions where there's more from . the security situation here in the democratic republic of congo has deteriorated in recent months in the southern cosign province a conflict between local armed groups and government forces killed more than a million people have been displaced the army has been accused of abuse is a massacre which it denies here in the east last week attackers killed un peacekeepers and civilians near the town of benny the week before an armed group attacked the town of the vera always comes in an absence of presidential elections which were meant to happen in november last year at the end of president joseph kabila second constitutional. electoral commission says it needs more resources and
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more time to be able to prepare the election for the opposition say president kabila is trying to over stay in power and he's now ruling illegally the international community has expressed concern that a lack of a democratic process could lead to an escalation of congo's conflict but a lot of the people here in congo think it's the other way round a lot of people think that powerful politicians are deliberately escalating conflict at this time to create a state of conflict so bad that it's not possible for elections to go ahead protests isn't demanding justice for murdered revolutionary leader thomas on the thirtieth anniversary of his assassination sent her also known as africa's shake of seized power in a military coup in one thousand nine hundred three just four years later he was shot dead his close friend plays campari became president before you astray and out of office in a popular. rising two thousand and fourteen for a blocked attempts to investigate some cars killing during his twenty seven year.
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kenya's opposition coalition says it will continue protesting for electoral changes despite a government ban a rerun of august and now the election is set for october the twenty sixth but there's confusion over whether the vote will happen after the main opposition leader pulled out of the race for me the miller has more from an opposition rally in mombasa. thousands of people came out to hear opposition leader raila odinga speak and. he supporters say they are prepared to continue protests against kenya's electoral commission demanding its reform. we have already said that we will not go for election if thieves are in charge we want to go for election on a level field we will root all the foreigners we will remove all the tree stumps will remove all the stones we will cover all the holes and we will enter that field and see other man to man. the commission says it will go ahead with presidential
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elections in ten days that's despite it being a withdrawing he says the rerun will not be free and fair after claiming the august vote which he lost was rigged with a dog. on a fishing expeditions where we put a down a document which was a good basis for carrying out this that the sessions were called the minimum and the commission didn't even attempt to respond to those demands of the supreme court and now the results of that election last month saying they were neither transparent no verifiable with so much uncertainty already clouding the upcoming vote kenyans are waiting for president to sign the amended election laws and those laws would allow kenyatta out to be named the winner after this withdrawal. but if indeed these laws would apply to this month's rerun by the way people here are
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saying as long as not taking part they won't be any election. whenever several opposition protests have so far turned violent with looting and police using tear gas to disperse protesters police are accused of killing at least three demonstrators meanwhile kenyatta is campaigning across the country he says the election should go ahead and expects his governing jubilee party to get more than the fifty four percent of votes it got in august but there's still uncertainty about exactly who will take part after more candidates can't participate the rest of the presidential candidates don't have the kind of support that raila has and of raila doesn't participate that means half of the country is not going to participate in that magicians and that would put us in a very difficult situation because. the jubilee government can continue and then half of the country will still be roiling. the political battle looks set to
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continue on kenyan streets and even the courts and with a dinger not adhering to commission requirements to properly withdraw from the election many kenyans watching say anything is possible for me to. lie various presidential election is heading for a runoff folk former football star george where vice president joseph will progress a second round offer but failed to win more than half of the votes were to thirty nine percent with a card on twenty nine point one percent. and as well as electoral board as announced at president nicolas maduro assertions party has taken the majority of governorships in regional elections it took seventeen governorships while the opposition took five the outcome has sparked accusations of fraud from the opposition. preliminary results in kurdistan presidential election have given victory to an ally of the sitting room by cough is promising
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a peaceful and democratic transition would be a first for central asia as robin foster walker reports from bishkek. this presidential election has been a test for democracy not just for kyrgyzstan but for a region typically governed by strong men who cling to power voters used an electronic voting system designed to eliminate fraud and had a genuine choice eleven candidates with two front runners. but panel of a youthful charismatic oligarch promised to kickstart a chronically impoverished economy. we will have the name of a new president and this name will be. sold on by the echo of the incumbent presidents chosen candidate promised continuity today i voted for consistency in power for the development of our country for the future of our country incumbent
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president allmers back at him by a wants to be remembered as a leader who delivered the democratic first in the region a peaceful legitimate handover of power. that legacy however risks being undermined by the jailing of political opponents using state bureaucracy to influence the outcome of the election and attacks against the media this election boils down to new power versus old power between a man who has spent millions of dollars of his own money on this campaign against an outgoing president term ins to make sure his chosen successor and his office. early results indicate a first round win that was unexpected groups of volunteers on sunday night pledged to keep the peace contested results not so long ago have led to revolutions democracy in kyrgyzstan is fragile in first year walker
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al-jazeera bishkek two people have died in wildfires in spain's northwest region five found the bodies inside in a burnt out van strong winds and high temperatures are making it hard to control the flames and five fishes in california say they've turned a corner in the battle against wild fires there that have killed at least forty people thousands of firefighters are working with special aircraft to tackle sixteen major blazes north of san francisco reports. ten thousand firefighters are now battling what have become the deadliest blazes in california history the fires have burned approximately eight hundred sixty square kilometers in the wine country north of san francisco since october the eighth one hundred thousand people have been forced to evacuate and more than five thousand buildings have been destroyed dozens of people are still unaccounted for this is
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truly one of the grace if not the greatest tragedy that california has ever faced the devastation is just unbelievable it's a horror that no one could have imagined high winds on saturday fanned the flames the winds intensified and. the fire just grew in size and quickly those conditions forced some families who had just returned to their own to flee once more and huge sea of police officers from all over the state basically came in with their bill horne's mandatory evacuation leave immediately amidst the devastation one family unexpectedly found life if you can maybe. the weaver family's house was destroyed but their dog izzy somehow survived unharmed after running away as the flames approached it was one of the greatest moments of my life it was elation came off here on the corner and we can expect to
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see here we are just. the house my parents and see what we can find and. praying that she might be there she came bounding out. tears official say firefighters are making good progress in containing some of the sixteen separate fires burning in the area aircraft have dropped nearly eight million liters of fire retardant on the flames there is rain in the forecast for later in the week which will greatly help firefighters in their efforts to control and extinguish the worst . wire's california has ever seen rob reynolds al jazeera los angeles edges is demanding the release of its journalist mahmoud has saying who's now been in prison in egypt for three hundred days he's accused of both costing false news to spread chaos which he and al jazeera strong may deny saying has repeatedly complained of mistreatment during his incarceration he was arrested in december while visiting
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his family still had an al-jazeera in sport the instant replay that saw this fall of football's latest technology.
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any of this month an asteroid passed close to earth it would have been devastating obviously if it slammed into the planet for thousands of objects passing through space scientists are working on ways to push dangerous rocks away jacob ward reports from san francisco space is not empty it's
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full of objects most of the ones that smack into earth are tiny and they burn up in our atmosphere but even small asteroids that get through have had devastating effects you may remember there was an impact over siberia three or four years ago that was caused by something that was only twenty meters in size or so in fact a private foundation is began raising money to build a satellite the sentinel that can track smaller so-called city killer asteroids these hit the earth about every hundred to two hundred years. so flip a coin that's the odds that somewhere on earth during your lifetime it's going to happen again nasa even has a department called planetary defense no really that's its name and the agency tracks asteroids larger than a kilometer across those big enough to end human civilization now the agency has greenlit the next phase of the dart project which will try to push
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a nearby asteroid called did a most b. off course the asteroid they were talking about is about the same size as the ship you see behind me just shy of two hundred meters long and i am roughly the same size as the projectile they're going to smack into it now in this context that seems ridiculous right i mean for me to just kick as hard as i can is going to have no effect at all on this ship but in the vast openness of space and the slippery in this of a vacuum smacking me into the bad at something like three times the speed of a bullet well you get the effect you want basically it would be using a spacecraft to ram the incoming object and change its orbit so it would not hit. so it's this would be kind of a dress rehearsal for a first show we hope never to stage the test will take place in twenty twenty two here's hoping we won't need to knock anything off course in the mean time take
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aboard al-jazeera san francisco as time for support his army. thank you very much for roger federer has got the better of his great rival rafael nadal federer repeating the dial for the full time this year it's a win the shanghai masters title was still fidel he said afterwards he was struggling with a knee injury for a small ripples. roger federer is the only man that can still stop rafa nadal from any year as the world's number one player winning the title in shanghai would be the step in the right direction for the swiss star federer was quick at of the blocks breaking in a doll in the opening game. federer beaten adele in the finals of the australian open in the miami masters and in the last sixteen at indian wells this season and he repeated that head to head dominance in china. and the thirty six year old beating the spaniard six four six three in seventy one
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minutes for his second shanghai crown and ninety fourth crew title for federer also sees him draw level with eve online dole in terms of titles won in the open era second on the all time list of great rhythm off the baseline my serve was working and then i was able to mix it up as as i wanted to and then the second set those you know again a good start to the second set i was able to keep raf on the defensive and then also sometimes pull back and let him make an error of his own he played so well i think and. yeah i could demanding maybe some some things by that but i did just. he bled to look once. that's my point of view but the graduation to work better is still behind the doll in the race to claim the top ranking spot will try and close that gap at tournaments in basel and paris but it could all come to a head at the season ending roll tour finals in london next month far is al-jazeera maria sharapova has won her first title since serving
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a fifteen month drugs ban the former world number one defeated belarusian teenager arenas like in straight sets to win the. china this share of her visits seventh of it since returning from a bank in april the failing a test for a twenty sixteen australian open title is the russians thirty six the first tell you no come back in may twenty fifty. yeah so just first person turn him in in victory for me one that i will marry her forever and i career you know sometimes you never know when it will all come together but it happened to me this weekend and so i want to thank everyone for you every one of my. every one of my supporters who are really helping me get here one of football's most fiercely contested darby's has been won by in similar to how truth from cody inspired his team to a three two win over ac milan ecologies goals of moved into up to second in the serri out stable while this was milan's fourth defeat of the season already this
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historic it's highly and rivalry now sees china playing a key role with both clubs chinese armed now chinese president xi jinping is a big football fan and he has revived the country's interest in the game n.c. were bought by china's sitting commerce group for just over three hundred million dollars some big players have been bought in the investors also hope to redevelop the san siro stadium which is shared with milan milan came under chinese ownership early this year they quickly spent more than two hundred million dollars on new players a chinese company also has a stake in manchester city in total fourteen clubs in england italy france and spain have chinese investments well earlier on i spoke to the independent china strategist. he says there are no signs of the country reducing its investments in football at home or abroad. i don't think that there was any. any kind of backlash as far as the government officials are concerned because the at the parties secretaries they play by the. directions of the of the center.
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because each one is trying to one focus of book promotion within the times political system and he does the scene as any. i mean is to rally the people and also giving people a i kind of have that aspirations and it's also part seen part of china's national strategy and actually they're all going for it but you know terms of china's overall coffers the money the kind of money even those huge sounds you know to ordinary people they are relatively small by comparison with china's total economy and total financial power there to games in the english premier league on sunday. scored both goals i said hansen twice came from bowing to draw with newcastle and ninetieth minute penalty from wayne rooney got a one one draw for everton at brighton. we work so hard every day to get it right
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and everybody knows it's difficult it's not easy don't go to brighton new you get it easy when you need to fight you need to play well and let's hope that that point of today gives the boys. little bit confidence and calmness to play and to be more comfortable to start again an instant replace or a player in the belgian league falling foul of football's new technology initially sebastian parker nearly of standardly age was awarded a penalty video assistant referee stuff come into the league this season and after a quick consultation on field referee first his decision and sent the player off the dock. and history was made at the u.s. open squash as a husband and wife became the first couple in sporting history to win major titles on the same day egypt's army for eigen. both tried to have a high ranked opposition at the defense wanted him back from behind when a fight said throw over compatriot ronnie oh when you are right followed that up
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with a straight sets win over another egyptian mohamed el shaddai again these were the first major times for the pair who got married last year. that doesn't seem really know of the picture this moment for the past no thirty four years i've slept on it now i think of myself well one day i hope i hope i can win a major title and. to be honest i don't think it will happen here ok sports looking for now more writer and in there to tiger's rescue from the war in syria we're heading to a new home in the netherlands so you saw a ton of work among thirteen animals recovered from the magic world. by the four paws international charity due to arrive in amsterdam on monday before heading to their new home in the northern province of. from. jordan.
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a financial incentive to do that pricing the planet at this time on al-jazeera. fighting iraq some care cook as the iraqi army advances towards the kurdish held city. hello i'm don jonas out of there alive from doha also coming up. anger and sorrow as nearly three hundred people are killed in the deadliest single attack on the somali. the world's youngest leader and i felt that the country's shift to the right. efforts by some fed up venice residents to save the city from the onslaught of tourists.
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we begin in iraq where simmering tensions have escalated into a fire exchanged between government forces and kurdish fighters nick cook the iraqi army is advancing on the kurdish held city with state t.v. reporting that troops already have retaken vast areas in the oil rich region the reuters news agency is quoting a senior iraqi officer sandie objective is to regain control of the key and oil fields to the west of the city but it comes as tensions rise over the disputed region the peshmerga took control of can of coke in twenty fourteen when the iraqi army was pushed out by isis forces baghdad now once a back rocks kurdish region held a succession referendum last month and its leaders are pushing for independence. has met earlier to discuss the crisis they projected the iraqi government's demand to know the outcome of the referendum and. we are ready to start
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a dialogue with to solve problems between us the use of weapons according to the iraqi constitution weapons can be used as a means to solve internal problems we hope that weapons will not be used in any areas including in kirkuk. has more now from edibility northern iraq. the iraqi military saying that this operation is being spearheaded by the ninth armored division the federal police and counterterrorism units they saying that thousands of shia militias are very much in a supportive role we understand that this offensive is focused on oil fields to the north the west in the south of that oil rich city of kirkuk and also the k. one a military base k one military base was taking control of by kurdish peshmerga in two thousand and fourteen after the iraqi army fled and i still offensive kirkuk is hugely important for the k r g and for the iraqi federal government is one of the
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two main oil producing areas of this country believed to have around four percent of the world's oil resources and it was taking control of by the peshmerga as i say after the iraqi army fled that are still offensive in two thousand and forty and it participated in the controversial referendum on a future session from iraq last month kurdish forces in and around that city have vowed to defend it to the last man we hear that the kurdish governor of kirkuk has called people in the cities are saying anybody with a weapon should defend the city prime minister about the seeming to try to calm the situation by saying that the offensive was not aimed at the people of kirkuk and that they should cooperate with the iraqi military but a very worrying development it seems as if all diplomatic efforts have failed in the build up of those troops that we've seen towards peshmerga positions despite
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repeated denials by the iraqi army that they were going to move on into the city and retake these oil fields it seems very much as if that is happening now. shock disbelief and sorrow somalia is now in mourning after two hundred seventy six people were killed in a massive suicide bombing in the capital mogadishu the blast described as being the deadliest single attack on record as also left hundreds injured it's still not clear who carried out the bombing somalia's governments blaming al shabaab but a senior member of the armed group has denied any involvement reports from nairobi in neighboring kenya. the people in somalia's capital mogadishu are trying to come to terms with one of the worst car bomb attacks ever a truck bomb exploded outside a hotel at an intersection lined with government offices restaurants and shops hours later a second blast struck another business district in the city most of the buildings in those areas have been destroyed still being pulled out of the rubble president
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mohammed up to life visited the scene his government has declared three days of mourning and you know the. target of these terrorist is not government officials but civilians as you see here there are no government buildings only civilians who are going about their daily life we have to come together and fight these monsters until we eradicate them from our country. speaking to the united nations deputy special envoy to somalia say despite such attacks the security situation around the country has improved a great efforts have been made by the government to particularly secure city but also other areas in in the country but nevertheless when one is desperate enough to get through these kind of things do happen and we've seen it yet again into mali unfortunately doctors are doing their best with limited resources to deal with the many people who have been injured dozens are in critical condition several have
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lost limbs so. what happened yesterday was incredible i have never seen such a thing before. and the death toll is uncountable corpses were burned and no one could recognize them. attacks on soft targets like markets and restaurants have become common in somalia this in a part is just how large it was and the devastation it has caused right now people are in hospital supplies like blood are i did he needed many are wondering how someone is able to drive have you called packed with explosives into the heart of the city. nairobi kenya. meanwhile hundreds of somalis have marched on the streets of mogadishu to voice their anger against the bombing some of them said they've lost faith in the state's ability to protect its citizens. conservative leader sebastian curtis claimed
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victory in the general election just age thirty one this will make him the world's youngest leader his people's party won more than thirty one percent of the vote but he'll need to form a coalition government as david schaper reports the results shift to the political right. and emphatic victory for sebastian curt's just thirty one years old and already the chancellor of austria in waiting his first call to party headquarters and i thank you to supporters he described as making the impossible possible. today the voters men and women in this country gave us a great mandate we must be aware of this opportunity the women and men are putting their hopes into this movement we will use all our strength and all of our fight to bring about change in this country i invite you to go on this path with us there is much to do to establish a new style a new culture a politics political analysts say his victory makes it clear the turbulent rise of
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right wing populism is far from over of course this is a cause. so. labeled the whiz kid joined the campaign the leader of the conservative people's party achieved his ambition by being tough on what he called illegal migration curt's has been accused of ruthless opportunism vie his former coalition partners stealing the clothes and the policies of the hard right. no one party has an absolute majority in the national parliament sir coalition will have to be formed but who will kurtz now choose as his partner. most bets are on the hard right freedom party led by heinz christian straka it's been more than a decade since they've been in a governing coalition but tonight they were celebrating a significant surge in support of. the people called protect the people see this
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shows the tree as it looks who will be able to celebrate the best result in the history of the party and it also shows that the wish for change is strong in austria. that feeling might not be shared by austria's muslim community the card of islamophobia has been successfully played in this election leaving them more isolated and vulnerable david chaytor al-jazeera vienna. venezuela's electoral board as an ounce of the president's socialist party has won most of the governorships in regional elections nicolas maduro is heading the result as and in fact take victory but the outcome of accusations of fraud from the opposition socialist party took seventeen governorships while the opposition won five. someone else. one more victory under our belt a victory of democracy the way forward is not to slash and burn it is not violence the way forward is not economic war to make people angry at the prices the way forward is not to cut electricity it is to debate ideas and this is
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a sovereign right there is no king there's only one sovereign here and that is the people. time for short break here al-jazeera when we come back calling for loved ones one man takes on the task. in the refugee camps in bangladesh and will he declare independence from spain the clock is ticking on catalonia is needed to make a decision and. welcome back for a look at the weather across the americas in north america this frontal system is pretty active across parts of the midwest through towards the great lakes that is going to sweep on through as we head on through monday so it's just there towards the eastern seaboard so any early rain should then clear away brighter fresher conditions to fall on behind certainly cooler there for dallas twenty two degrees
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still some showers across the florida peninsula as i move the forecast through to choose day so fine conditions but cool conditions towards the eastern seaboard now fine across the midwest twenty in sunshine chicago and then i to cross the west are still got some snow across the rockies for the north but generally dry conditions for a time in seattle in washington state before the rain pushes in later in the day and fine for the south in california temperatures thirty three likely in los angeles down through into central parts of america and through this with some pretty heavy rain around the gulf of mexico region into the yucatan peninsula not too much in the way of sunshine there expected and across the islands of the caribbean it's looking fairly wet at moment showers in many areas through to choose day not a great deal of change expected here perhaps a little bit brighter times across cuba some heavy showers across north western parts of south america further towards the south it's looking dry across paraquat high society three innocent.
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in the final part of a six part series filmed of the five. the people are still fighting for their land. the village chief is in prison. and underground the film maker has become part of the saga. crackdown concluding. china's democracy experiment at this time does iraq. welcome back a pick remind other top stories here on al-jazeera the iraqi army and kurdish forces have exchanged gunfire nic at
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a cook soldiers are dancing on the kurdish shell city with state t.v. reporting the troops have retaken vast areas of the oil rich region. at least two hundred seventy six people killed in the largest suicide bombing in somalia's history and once claimed responsibility for the blast of addition on soft. and venezuela's president nicolas maduro is heading what he calls an emphatic victory in regional elections electoral vote announced as party of one seventeen out of twenty three state ships the opposition says the results dubiousness that movement to resolve those who joins us live from the venezuelan capital caracas to meet us so these results will be a big blow to the opposition but we're expected to do much better in these elections. well that correct and where i am if you could see people faces right now or you would know how disappointed almost everyone here is the opposition headquarters people are basically in mourning
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before this resellers where announced i was being told by several members of the leadership that they were expected to win between sixteen and seventeen states while the only one five and one of the states that they lost is the date of the state where and it got pretty left of the man who ran in the past against chavis and the dodo in the presidential race he is the governor of that state and the opposition lost that state so obviously it's been a big blow for the opposition president a little i peered inside the presidential palace with his supporters we have not seen the candidate the governor the candidate for the governorship but we have seen the president surrounded by his supporters where he's saying that democracy won once again in venezuela he's saying that the government is acknowledging that they lost five state and that the opposition shouldn't go out and start crying fraud he also threatened some opposition leaders with jail time and he said that this is
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going to be a big problem in probably in the coming days is that governors from the opposition that were elected this sunday would have to be sworn in front of the constitutional assembly something that the opposition says is completely illegal and juries are you talking to ordinary venezuelans who've been suffering under harsh economic conditions how will you be viewing these results do you think. what i think of those who have not voted for the government of course and for the government candidate carr are in shock we have spoken to people going in very low income neighborhoods that are saying that venezuela has lost today some of them told me that venezuela has been kidnapped because they cannot believe that the government one in at least seven state they cannot believe that the government had at least fifty four percent of the gold in the whole country of course these are
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the factors that have voted against the government and we know we did against the government but there are many out there have voted for the government the government still have support in many areas we have seen what the government has done to win in some areas where they had lost in the past distributing boxes to food for example subsidized food among other things so most definitely this is a big shocker for the opposition but for the government it's definitely and in a way show that they still have around the country and it gives them something in a way that that they have lost we would have to see of course what the opposition does next but it is legit timothy i mean this government is trying to prove that this is not a dictatorship that elections do happen here and elections happen the sunday in venezuela stories about. the thank you now the final assault has begun to root out the last i saw in the northern syrian city of raka us but syrian opposition forces say the most civilians about two hundred and some. of. the leaders.
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two and three hundred mostly foreign fighters forced to be. in turkey. fighting in iraq is confined to a few areas in the center of the city the s.d.f. which is a coalition of kurdish fighters backed by the united states of america the shelling those areas with the help to try to evict eyes of fighters from from there now there's been an attempt to back by the town for a deal backed by tribes and you know how to convince i said quietly to withdraw but that didn't work some of the foreign fighters insist that they would like to stay and fight to the death but this is quite a significant development in the sense that i said is goosing ground is losing their self-proclaimed capital in iraq. but also. suffering some major setbacks they lost the city of. pulling out towards areas on the border
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with iraq in two thousand and fourteen or fifteen was hoping to years iraq as a platform to expand. and. that narrative is now being reversed meanwhile government forces of retaken the town of my id in eastern syria after intense fighting with myself my dean have become a refuge for isis fighters forced out of there as they once held in syria and iran the syrian army now control several roads leading to iceland told neighborhoods within problems. now qatar's a man is in malaysia on the first leg of a three state visit to southeast asia to me been hammered out fanny is aiming to strengthen trade and investment time saudi arabia the grain the u.a.e. and egypt all cut diplomatic ties with qatar and imposed a blockade in june is being accompanied by a business delegation of cabinet members.
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more than half a million ranger fred may and since august when the military crackdown began across the border in bangladesh refugee camps are overcrowded and children are going missing. one young man who's trying to bring the lost relatives back together. the time had come to try and make a difference. one day in the morning i was going to work i saw one lady who was sitting in front of the gate and crying when i asked what happened she said my baby's been missing since last night and i can't find him after opening the office that day i was thinking about it and i was feeling very bad i was thinking how can i help it that was in late august just as the massive exodus of refugees fleeing violence in me and more was beginning since then more than five hundred thousand
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people have arrived in bangladesh. i'm. come all himself or hinder refugee who's lived here for years noticed that more and more families were getting separated in overcrowded camps so he set up a lost and found booth from behind this microphone at the could to prolong camp he makes announcements about unaccompanied children that have been brought to him as well as individuals who have been reported missing by their relatives he says that there have been more than fourteen hundred people reported missing and estimates that more than seven hundred families have so far been reunited and. i have family too i have kids too if i lost my own kids then i would feel very bad so until i'm able to give the lost children back to their parents i remain distressed when i can return children to their parents then i feel a pace come on those the chances of children being found increases when people can continue to communicate with each other that's why he's also set up a charging station where refugees can charge their mobile phones for free come out
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had been working as a security guard for an aid organization when he first got the idea for this initiative to use the money from his own savings to rent a microphone and start calling out the names of the missing and the lost now he is doing this full time. normal hamad was frantic when he couldn't find his two and a half year old son. people told me that i should go to the booth with a microphone where a person named kemal will announce my baby's name i searched all over for my son and still couldn't find him when i was about half of the way to the booth i heard that they were announcing that they had found a child then when i arrived i found my son with kemal now reunited with his son mohammed tells us he's not just relieved but also extremely grateful to come out but for every happy parent we find there is a distraught one. my son has been missing since last night i searched for him yesterday all day and night as she waits for news alongside her other son mohammed
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aziz al more reaches desperation only deepens come all is all too familiar with this kind of suffering it's why he sits in this booth despite the heat it's why he works from early in the morning until late at night. finding children helping adults making a difference one name at a time. at the could to prolong camp and cox is bizarre the ditch preliminary results and kurdistan's presidential election have given victory to an ally of the sitting leader. has won more than half the votes the outgoing president is promising a peaceful and democratic transition that would be a first for central asia as robin forrester walker reports from bishkek this presidential election has been a test for democracy not just for kyrgyzstan but for a region typically governed by strong men who cling to power voters used an
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electronic voting system designed to eliminate fraud and had a genuine choice eleven candidates with the two front runners. but burnell of a youthful charismatic oligarch promised to kickstart a chronically impoverished economy. we will have the name of a new president and this name will be. sold on by the echo of the incumbent presidents chosen candidate promised continuity today i voted for consistency in power for the development of our country for the future of our country. incumbent president allmers back at him by a wants to be remembered as a leader who delivered the democratic first in the region a peaceful legitimate handover of power. that legacy however risks being undermined by the jailing of political opponents using state bureaucracy to influence the
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outcome of the election and attacks against the media this election boils down to new power versus power between a man who has spent millions of dollars of his own money on this campaign against an outgoing president term ins to make sure his chosen successor and his office. early results indicate a first round win that was unexpected groups of volunteers on sunday night pledged to keep the peace contested results not so long ago have led to revolutions democracy in kyrgyzstan is fragile in first year walker al jazeera. catalonia as president has less than twenty four hours to say whether or not he'll declare independence following the secession referendum if he says yes spain's prime minister may take the unprecedented step of removing the region's
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political autonomy and as it was on again i get reports from barcelona. facing up to the biggest challenge of his political career all eyes are on catalunya as president catalyst prejudgment the man who could be about to declare europe's newest state here remembering the life of the last man who declared an independent cattle and republic. in one thousand nine hundred forty this was with form a castle and president. was executed by firing squad for a belling against the military rule of general francisco franco with only hours to go until this depleted what except what defies the order from the dread to end his drive for secession he gave no clue as to his intention. on behalf of the government and myself i want to reiterate our commitment. to. democracy as the inspiration for the decisions we have to make. on the eve of the
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day when mr preacher want is expected to confirm or deny his declaration of independence his presence here. morial ceremony for a hero of catalan independence is not going unnoticed and many here are drawing parallels with that situation. there has been much emotion stoked here in the past few weeks but the attempt to frame this as a story of oppression of a wealthy region by the central government is not convincing the european union despite the violent crackdown by madrid on any attempt to push ahead with self-determination if the. army. with a peaceful. position never used the balance to defend our arguments. the catalonia of today is different from the embattled place it was during the
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spanish civil war but for the. gabaa tear the specter of heroes of the cause is never far away even if catalonia is pro independence politicians step back there's no guarantee that they won't pay the price for their part in spain's current constitutional crisis. well it's well known the ancient city of venice is sinking but it's also shrinking it's fifty four thousand citizens are steadily leaving complaining the city has been overrun by tourists some locals are hoping to change that chileans the report. venice the timeless city that tourists seem to have little time for twenty million visit each year three quarters of them only stay for twenty four hours they follow the same routes see the same sights the impact is devastating fed up residents leaving for ever one thousand each year for them house prices are astronomically
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high the crowd's unbearable italian city no longer caters for them they say don't yet feel no one here who you could to fly in the you can buy food now you can buy only bags. does if mccain would be easily like how is it possible to appreciate this if you were running a citizens. shops only for. the craft. are not working their shops. residents are protesting against the visiting cruise ships that dwarf the city a damage the environment unesco is threatening to blacklist the world heritage site unless action is taken a campaign to enjoy and respect venice is under way police move on to us to sit on steps and encourage them to visit less popular attractions but there are no plans to reduce tourist numbers only we. we agree cruise ships
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shouldn't pass by sand marks but we need to keep five thousand jobs we are looking into a different road regarding day trippers we are working on a possible experimental closure of sun miles square tourists would have to book a free visit to try and encourage the right type of visitor the city has also introduced by putting up these posters all over venice tourist can be fined two hundred forty dollars but picnicking on a bridge like this one hundred twenty dollars for littering they can also be charged for holding too long which many of these be guilty of the generally. piano dream is one of few remaining artist making it steer the gondolas which helped make venice famous so if they want a lot of challenges to show them the real venice not because we want to create a museum there because we think that this is the most intelligent way to visit here
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and the only way to keep the nancy alive. but hoping for tourists who go with the flow is like venice battling against the tide charlie and al jazeera let us. recap of the top stories here the south iraqi army and kurdish forces have exchanged gunfire near can't cook iraqi soldiers are advancing on the kurdish held city with state t.v. reporting the troops have retaken vast area in the rich region one minister commander told reuters the aim is to take back an air base and oil fields. but has more from had a bit. on the stand that this offensive is focused on oil fields to the north the west the south all of that oil rich city of kirkuk and also the k. one a military base k one military base was taking control of by kurdish peshmerga in two thousand and forty after the iraqi army fled and i saw offensive well
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kurdish leaders met earlier to discuss tension with iraq following last month's secession referendum they projected the iraqi government's demand to stop any push for independence at least two hundred seventy six people have been killed in the largest suicide bombing in somalia's history no one has yet claimed responsibility for the blast in mogadishu on saturday. venezuela's president nicolas maduro is hailing what he called an emphatic victory in regional elections electoral board announced his party had won seventeen and twenty three state governorships the oppositions as a result a dubious. set to have the world's youngest leader sebastien parents and conservative party of claim victory in the general election the thirty one year old will need to form a coalition to govern preliminary results and kurdistan's presidential election have given victory to an ally of the sitting lead it. is a former prime minister the outgoing president promising a peaceful and democratic transition. the final assault has begun to root out the
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last ice of fighters in the northern syrian city of raka us syrian opposition forces say almost all civilians at about two hundred seventy five on five has left rocca on what do you brokered by tribal leaders on saturday. the mayor was in malaysia on the first leg of a three state visit to southeast asia to mean been omid out funny he's aiming to strengthen trade and investment ties saudi arabia bahrain the u.a.e. and egypt diplomatic ties with council and imposed a blockade in june well those were the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera china's democracy experiment that's what. bono service is on a mission to help local children break the poverty cycle one on east follows their journey of sacrifice become top class performers. but one is that this time now
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does it. tens of thousands of demonstrations erupt across china each year driven by anger over corruption and the illegal sale of communal land most protests fail to make an impact but in two thousand and eleven one village defied the odds. constantly just rose up demanding the return of their land calling for their leaders to step down to decades of corruption. and made a crackdown to this boy died in police custody. that we can achieve the unthinkable their right to choose their own videos.
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. at this time of al-jazeera. fighting erupts in care cook as the iraqi army advances towards the kurdish held city. hello i'm don jordan this is our live from doha also coming up. anger and sorrow as nearly three hundred people are killed in the deadliest single attack in the somali capital. venezuela's president held an emphatic victory in regional elections but the opposition's crying foul plus. or if we keep trying to investigate the truth about issues and reclined states my life could be in danger in the line of fire trying to muzzle the media for reporting on the range of crisis
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