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even so far in this magnificent. a chronicle of the revolution and its aspirations through the prism of its architecture cuba's unfinished space at this time on al-jazeera we here to jerusalem bureau covered israeli palestinian affairs we cover the story with a lot of intimate knowledge we covered it with that we don't dip in and out of the story we have presence here all the time apart from being a cameraman it's also very important to be a journalist to know the story very well before going into the field covering the united nations and global diplomacy for al-jazeera english is pretty incredible this is where talks how many and what happens there matters. egypt val's fierce action after a bomb attack on a mosque in the sinai that's what kills at least two hundred thirty five people.
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and i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. we asked those who have primaries in the past three concert that they are going to turn to political censors who can is not and zimbabwe swears and it's first president and thirty seven years and he's promising sweeping changes. in argentina submarine is still missing and hopes for finding survivors are quickly fading. for decades a big ban from u.s. t.v. tobacco companies will be back on the airwaves but not by choice. at least two hundred thirty five people have been killed in what's being called the deadliest. attack in egypt's history gunmen bombed an open fire at
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a mosque in the north sinai town of bear it is late the latest in a string of attacks by armed groups egypt is launching a military campaign in sinai president abdel fatah el-sisi has declared three days of mourning and pledged to were spawned with brutal force egypt is also securing its borders the planned reopening of the rougher crossing into gaza that has been delayed until further notice and reports. the bomb and gun attack happened during friday prayers at the other old a mosque in bearded aboud in egypt's northern sinai peninsula local sources say the attackers planted explosives and then opened fire on worshippers while the sermon was underway. looks like it was. outside of. not really clear this motive was i know it's my responsibility
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yet but it's very possibly and i said they have targeted sudanese in the past in sinai. president i'm going to put that has sisi convened an emergency meeting of security officials has that had this these tragic event act of terrorism will make us more robust more a strong of a bottle against terrorism we cannot be intimidated i will result cannot be dented we would remain more united hello we need to vent the army would take revenge and they will restore order and security with an iron fist in the following day. egyptian forces have for years battled armed groups in the country's rugged and remote sinai peninsula attacks on security forces have been frequent like this car bomb explosion the targeted a police station in a lot in two thousand and fifteen so really this i know there's been a lot of. fighting between isis and security forces there for years now.
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and so. a lot of. area as shock sets in and an investigation begins the egyptian government has declared three days of mourning. and as either a marshal or as the arab with the arab center for research and policy studies here in tel highs as isis and fluence has changed the nature of attacks in the sinai. in two thousand and fourteen something very unique to egypt happened it was the first or local organization local egyptian organization declared its legality to an international organization in that case i s and that was the birth of sinai province in november twenty fourth team and it was since then it was literally the most powerful state actor in egypt's modern history. capable of operating in a conventional special forces like way capable of using light artillery capable of using guided missiles guided antitank and aircraft missiles. and
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fighting party in a conventional way partly in a guerrilla warfare way but also using a long campaign of urban terrorism so that you know the tribal code here was violated first time attack almost the first time attack on. usually the indiscriminate attacks it's either targeting cops or targeting soldiers and officers from the army or the police or that sometimes targeting israel but the other attacks are very very discriminatory especially when it comes to informants so if there's somebody was accused to be an informant they target him they try to avoid his family or his friends or the people around him the same thing applies with some of the tribal tribes that. militia tribesmen who fight along the army they target the specific groups of tribesmen but they don't attack the whole tribe so this was this is new in terms of its lethality and in terms of the
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indiscriminately targeting a large section of the society. after thirty seven years and bob boy has a new leader emerson and has been sworn in he was sworn in on friday and harare has promised to create jobs and compensate why farmers whose lands were seized he also paid his respects to robert mugabe who was forced to step down and miller reports. a new and upholding democracy is now in this and one on god was describes his ascent to power even if it took military intervention to end drought but mugabe's presidency tens of thousands of zimbabweans waited for was to watch magog was swearing into office an inauguration meant to cement the veneer of a politically driven solution from within the ruling zanu p.f. party once again not to be processed. we can do in the present and future to give our nation a different positive. when
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a guard was promised to implement economic reforms that would observe the lives of millions of zimbabweans left jobless in a battered economy and work toward stimulating local industries as well as compensate the white farmers for the land they lost under previous policies has also vowed to fight corruption tall order given the corruption allegations faced by many members of his ruling party often from politicians we have learned that there is a gulf between what they say and what they actually do the same government that is coming from from the same party that elites know from his people two million jobs in twenty thirty and those rates of need to be created when a god why enjoys from military backing from the same army that in two thousand and eight intervened in elections lost by mcabee ensuring he stayed in power one of the major things that we want to give now is that we are faced with an election and what happens if this new president loses that election the military be able to hold
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their losses of taking the direction say we respect the will of the people when gaga has promised free and fair elections next year he still has u.s. sanctions hanging over his head from his time as serving the mugabe regime for what it called axe to undermine democracy but when i got worse is now is the time to reengage with the west for people here president money on guard was certainly made all the right noises talking directly about the needs of everyday zimbabweans he's moved away from traditional political issues instead addressing people's concerns about his presidency but the worry is that zimbabweans could one day face a crisis of expectation with apparently well intentioned economic and political plans unlikely to work overnight from either miller al-jazeera harare zimbabwe or. the search for a missing arjen time submarine continues even though there is almost no hope that the forty four crew members are alive westerners are looking into evidence of a possible explosion near its last known location and the family members are angry
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at the navy's handling of the incident and reports in the naval base in the city of marjah. the hope the prayers the expectation expressed here at the model plots a naval base the home of the missing submarine the air race so one turned to anger and despair the families of the forty four crew members were told the face of their loved ones. there are still people with hope but i think that's it is time to look for the body they don't want to say it's which is why we feel empty but there's nothing more to do but pray and lay them to rest. he loved his job was totally dedicated this was his last voyage i'm devastated they want to know why news of the explosion on board shortly after the submarine lost contact on the van with the fifteen took so long to be revealed when they kept in the dark.
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president has promised a full inquiry and to answer the families and the rest of argentina. i'm here to guarantee that we will continue the search especially now that we can count on the help of the international community and the technology that they have available we hope to find a submarine in the next few days. the navy high command is likely to be removed despite the frustration and sadness as it did terminations to keep searching. you know remember until we have firm evidence of where the submarine is we cannot reach any conclusions believe nothing to chance there's a strong force reaching the remaining uncovered area that operation involves ships aircraft and undersea rescue equipment from more than ten countries often in severe weather conditions while their families more in argentina result in what when wrong
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who is responsible and what should happen now but with the sun qualm possibly several hundred meters of the bottom of the south atlantic ocean those questions may never be satisfactorily answered and argentina must assess his relationship with his navy as it comes to terms with one of its worst tragedies in recent years that i'm sure there are two sierra madre. ministration has decided to keep the palestinian diplomatic authors in washington d.c. open week ago and it said the office would be shut because palestinian leaders call for the international criminal court to prosecute israel over illegal jewish settlements the us said that statement was a breach of its laws in response the p.l.o. threatened to cut off communication with washington functions of the office will be limited for ninety days canada's prime minister justin trudeau has apologized to people from indigenous communities who were forcibly separated from their families around twenty thousand children were taken from their home aside from the one nine
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hundred sixty s. in the one nine hundred eighty s. and placed in either foster care or with non-indigenous families many were sorely neglected not properly. closed or have. others. suffered physical psychological and sexual abuse. all were deprived of the love and care of their families of their parents and of their communities. on al-jazeera jail south africa paralympic champion oscar pistorius gets a new sentence for murdering his girlfriend. i'll tell you why they also have american truck drivers are complaining of exploitation.
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welcome to look at the weather across the americas in north america we've got some snow across eastern parts of canada but otherwise weather conditions are generally quiet at the moment pleasant enough down in miami florida highs of twenty six draw and temperature wise for this time of the year for new york and washington we have got an active frontal system pushing towards the pacific northwest some snow over the rockies some rain there for seattle hasn't quite strong winds further south that should be dry for san francisco falling conditions across the southwest there with twenty five as a mice in los angeles down into central america here we've got following conditions across much of mexico extending down towards guatemala how many losing the rain which is hit jamaica we've seen vast amounts of rain coming down here three months of rain in the space of twenty four hours still some showers around but nowhere near as heavy as we've seen heading through into sunday still showers affecting
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jamaica also some heavy showers for western parts of cuba and also the bahamas so head down into his open to showers around the amazon basin at the moment also this frontal system just affecting more southeastern parts of clearing through rio de janiero this area of rain there becomes more i have across parts of paraguay but further south it should be fine in buenos aires with a mix from temperature of twenty seven. young rich and famous in china one of the news goes behind the great chinese fire wall to meet the cyber celebs of a booming multibillion dollar business. but this time on al-jazeera. we understand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world so no matter how you take it al-jazeera will bring you the news and current of bad
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that matter to. al-jazeera. and watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories right now egypt's military has launched a campaign in sinai after two hundred thirty five people were killed in an attack on a mosque a bomb exploded and gunmen fired on worshippers president adel fatah says he has promised to respond with brutal force zimbabwe's no later ever sentiment has been sworn in his promise to create jobs corruption and compensate white farmers whose land was seized during the rule of former president robert mugabe argentina's president might see a mockery and expects search teams to find his neighbors missing submarine within
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days but it is say whether the navy anticipates finding survivors san juan disappeared days ago with forty four per members on board. the u.s. says it will stop supplying weapons to kurdish fighters operating in northern syria the decision came after a phone call between us president onil truong and his turkish counterpart or to type it on the top administration has armed the group since may prior to the battle to retake the syrian stronghold of raka turkey considers the wife a terrorist group. eleven people have been killed in a fire at a hotel in georgia twenty one others treated in hospital at least one hundred firefighters were sent to tackle the fire and black sea resort city of attorney south africa's supreme court has more than double the sentence for oscar pistorius paralympian convicted of killing his girlfriend in two thousand and thirteen a court said they original six year sentence was shockingly lenient tanya moore has
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more from toria but it only took a moment for the supreme court of appeal to deliver its ruling that is splendid sentenced to imprisonment for the period of fifteen years and five months here but in the case of. oscar pistorius shot his girlfriend reeva steenkamp on valentine's day two thousand and thirteen as she cowered behind a bathroom door he said he thought she was an intruder last year prosecutors successfully argued his original conviction should be upgraded from culpable homicide to murder which carries a fifteen year minimum sentence but the judge was lenient and only gave him six years shockingly lenient according to prosecutors who said pistorius hasn't shown true remorse. steam comes parents to say they placed he will spend more time in prison than just. that now you can get on with. that is that
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everything is coming to an end. i right from the beginning. justice and. the story ascribed to the world's attention as the paralympian who was the first disabled person to compete in the summer olympics he broke records and barriers because his defense lawyers argued he made a fatal mistake that valentine's day costing we've a stain comp her life. oscar pistorius is currently in a prison on the outskirts of pretoria that's based suited to his disability but that won't be the only allowance made for his disability as the supreme court of appeal has more than doubled her fame to inspire murder. as an athlete pistorius didn't want any special treatment now one of south africa's highest courts has decided he wanted to get in a tiny page out is there a potato. president is holding talks with party leaders to end
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a political deadlock on forming a new coalition government social democrats leader martin shells has rolled out taking part of another government headed by chancellor angela merkel it pretty insisted his party should go into opposition that he now says party members will get a vote on any coalition deal dominic cain has the latest from berlin. for the past two months germany's social democrats have been licking their wounds after the worst electoral performance in modern german democratic history the watchword has been opposition leader martin shields who presided over that worst ever defeat but said opposition was what a spade a needs. to find new policies and to reconnect with the electorate but the collapse of the so-called jamaica coalition talks has refocused people's attention as payday and a chorus of voices a growing chorus of voices have said to mr schultz well perhaps now is the time to
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rethink that refusal to contemplate coalition with angela merkel and he seems to have listened. i was spent talking with discussed openly the contribution the s.p.d. can make a coalition whatever form it may take. the irony of the situation is that the grand coalition mr schultz has been so resistant to is still governing germany in a cancer capacity the question for him the question for. is can they find a form of agreement but can take germany forward because many leaders in europe worry about the vacuum of leadership that a continued protracted lack of coalition talks might bring and of course the doomsday scenario at the back of everyone's minds is if they can't find agreement well there can't really be a general election until next april and so everyone is very keen to avoid that particular dilemma. or assess tightening security ahead of sunday's presidential
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election then comment later waterline to hernandez says campaigning on public security saying he's made the country safer under us has one of the highest murder rates in the world the government says progress has been made to tackle violence but many are not convinced as marianna sanchez reports. young innocent often the victims of gang violence for now with extra security forces deployed to this neighborhood children can play without watching their backs. on average more than three hundred thousand male and young our children every month this country is not formally a war zone but for years it has been the world's murder leader but that isn't to be changing. we implemented the community police model where we get closer to people talk to them when their trust they call us to give us information about criminals so we can capture them. violent homicides are reported to have fallen by
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just over twenty percent in the last year the violence observatory responsible for monitoring violent deaths says there's a number of reasons why among them the dismantling of drug cartels and increasing the. security budget and reform of the police force the government says one of the reasons there's been a full in the number of violent deaths is because of army and police patrols like this one in some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the country. but here on the outskirts of some of the most dangerous city in the country he says she lives in fear and doesn't believe the government's claims of success. is always kidnappings violent killings it's difficult for us to talk about this there are repercussions of violence hasn't reduced although the numbers are down critics say policing remains sporadic and people still live in fear that. it's costly to keep
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troops permanently the areas are very large and many are still controlled by criminals. and the targeted killings continue in recent days the bodies of three political activists were found but government supporters say improvement needs to be measured over the long term. the murder rate is still six times larger than the world average the situation is still critical with must be sustainable to show the population but this is the way to repress crime. for now a signal is being sent to the gangs that change is happening in and that children have a right to play in peace but. it is black friday in the united states the day after thanksgiving and traditionally the biggest shopping day of the year millions of acres shoppers are attempting to get all the bargains crowds at the shops appear to have been down in recent years retailers say the main shopping action is pretty much on line now but the bargains
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are cheap imports transported to the warehouses of major firms by an army of truckers but as reports from one to california's busiest ports drivers are complaining of exploitation. freedom drew paul banner to trucking over ride with me in the crowd and i love. then to stay closer to home he became a poor trucker paid by the little he did so well he wound up leasing first one truck from his employers and then a second. family with everything that has to be moved in the united states via cargo container has to be moved from poor to warehouse via trucks like these. several lawsuits now accuse the companies that dispatch those trucks on behalf of some of america's best known retailers of cheating drivers treating them as contractors with almost no labor rights withholding overtime pay and expenses and
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trapping them in endless leases according to attorneys representing the drivers if we have twenty different companies we go there are now. stepping toward us. for banner the lease is where he sends things weren't right when i got down to start asking questions about how much longer i have to pay the trucks are asked when everything went bad washy get behind us like you're working for free and your feeling is that they intentionally withheld work for you but what you have is definitely they definitely did it because. you know i would want to hear time about. truckers seeking lost wages go to the office of california labor commissioner julie sue. who has brought more than forty six million dollars in judgments against port trucking companies but she says that enforcement is difficult and sometimes impossible. industries which is where the chronic under
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capitalization and chronic wage theft we often see that when workers come forward and they follow wage claim and they win their wage claim that the employer simply close down go out of business change their name start. under a new name and that makes it much harder for us to actually get the money that his own. bomber is one of the lucky ones. he got out and he managed to buy his own truck. he says the experience taught him a terrible lesson they don't care about us as people you know we we are humans we were just somebody to get the job done. affordable imports make it possible for americans to buy almost anything about it want to buy gas but truckers are paying a heavy price for moving those goods for the rest of us jake aboard al jazeera long beach california for forty six year smoking advertisements have been banned from
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the airwaves in the u.s. that's about to change though it's not the choice of big tobacco the ads or court order to warn of the dangers of smoking sharper tonsil reports. smoking is highly addictive these messages will air in primetime for one year on major u.s. television networks along with adverts in fifty newspapers. radio and t.v. ads promoting cigarettes were banned in one nine hundred seventy but the new adverts should have added years ago they were ordered in two thousand and six after a big tobacco was found to have lied misrepresented and deceived the american public about the effects of smoking by a federal judge they brought appeal after appeal after appeal. contesting every issue they could think of to try to delay the time when they would actually have to be forced to tell the truth to the american people campaign as a skeptical as to the difference these ads will make partly because the media has changed so much over the last decade most us smokers begin as teenagers but now
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less than five percent of network t.v. viewers are under twenty five also the trumpet ministration is filled with those who once worked for or received large sums from big tobacco infamously vice president mike penn's once wrote an editorial that accepted the dangers of smoking yet asserted time for a quick reality check despite the hysteria from the political class and the media smoking doesn't kill so this is a general no francisco one successfully argued in court against printing the telephone number for a service to help smokers quit on cigarette packets on behalf of tobacco company r.j. reynolds president trumps nominee to oversee chemical safety at the environmental protection agency took money from big tobacco to promote research that downplayed the effects of secondhand smoke we cannot afford to have to back up policy being being made by the lawyers for the tobacco industry. the proportion of u.s.
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adults who smoke is now fifteen percent it was forty two percent in the sixty's however due to population growth that still represents thirty six and a half million people in addition in low income areas the proportion of smokers can reach thirty seven percent cigarette taxes remain low in many states political donations from big tobacco plentiful which helps explain why big tobacco is still views the u.s. as a growth market the world's largest tobacco profit pool outside of china in the words of one cigarette executive shihab rattansi al-jazeera at the meyer says the president av tobacco free kits he says the ads are a step in the right direction but tobacco companies have not changed their behavior they contain information that many people don't know including the fact that tobacco companies have design and continued design their cigarette conscious that with enough nicotine to make them it addictive they'll have their own their full effect only if others amplify them that's why stories like the one you're running
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are so important what's critically important for the everybody to understand is that while this decision was first made eleven years ago the tobacco companies haven't changed their behavior and the need to continue to warn the public about the out the facts of smoking is no less today than it was ten years ago which is critically important for everybody understand this these ads are a sharp reminder that the tobacco companies haven't changed their wrongful behavior that's why they continue to fight these verdicts meant even told now the last appeal shockingly was just over whether or not the ads would begin with the phrase here's the truth the tobacco industry still doesn't want the public to know the truth. i'm richelle carey these are the headlines on al-jazeera egypt's military has
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launched a campaign in sinai after two hundred thirty five people were killed in an attack on a mosque a bomb exploded when gunmen fired on worshippers president. says he has promised to respond with brutal force. this tragic event act of terrorism we make. more strongly now what battle against terrorism we cannot be intimidated i will result. we will remain more united when the. army will take revenge and they will restore order and security with the following day so bob boys knew later emerson to managua has been sworn in he has promised to create jobs stamp out corruption and compensate white farmers whose land was seized from the rule of former president robert mugabe. argentina's president. has expects search teams to find his missing some arraignment in days but he didn't say whether
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the navy anticipates finding survivors the san juan disappeared degas ago with forty four crew members on board they can only remain submerged for seven days and have a ministration is decided to keep the palestinian diplomatic office in washington d.c. open week ago at the office would be shut because palestinian leaders called for the international criminal court to prosecute israel over illegal jewish settlements the u.s. said that statement was a breach of its laws and response the p.l.o. threatened to cut all communication with washington the functions of the office will be limited for ninety days. canada's prime minister justin trudeau has apologized to people from the indigenous communities who were forcibly separated from their families around twenty thousand children were taken from their homes to train one nine hundred sixty s. and one nine hundred eighty s. and placed in either foster care or with non-indigenous families the u.s. says it will stop supplying weapons to kurdish fighters operating in northern syria
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the decision came after a phone call between u.s. president donald trump and this turkish counterpart raja type hurdle on the chopping ministration his arm the group since may prior to the battle to retake eisel syrian stronghold of raka turkey considers the y.p. a terrorist group those are the headlines news continues here on al-jazeera after one or one keeper. on counting the cost crocodile economics what god will have to do to transform zimbabwe's finances a modern day slave trade in libya and how china's internet giant ten cent over took facebook. at this time on a. live stream has become a massive great.


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