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to a cool to blow. but why for so long with such a brutal dictator considered an ally of the west you're reporting to the congress that to the press they were engaged to a clip just the al-jazeera unravels the history of chad's notorious former president the same habit a dictator on trial but this time on al-jazeera. africa is going through seismic changes country stands out because it's considered so successful why is the. president of ghana nonna a. talk to all jews here. at this time.
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egypt's military no inches strikes against fighters it says are behind friday's attack inside. i'm jane dutton this is al jazeera live from gaza coming up turkey says the u.s. president has agreed to stop supplying arms to kurdish y p g fighters in northern syria me and mine bangladesh agreed to seek u.n. help for the repatriation of rango refugees plus. many innocent as you know good us ahead of sunday's general elections the government says it has reduced dramatically the number of violent deaths in one of the most dangerous countries and the world. egypt's launched a military campaign in sinai off to children thirty five people were killed in an attack on a man. on friday president of the hospital c.c.'s promise to respond with what he
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calls brutal force a bomb was detonated in the mosque in the attack as then fired on way ship as as they fled on a jet engine reports. the bomb and gun attack happened during friday prayers at the other old a mosque in bit 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. for. oh it looks like it was. outside of our age. not really clear this motive was i know it's my responsibility yet but it's very possibly and i said they have targeted suits in the past and signed a. ninety year old 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
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terrorism will make us more robust more strong of a bottle against terrorism we cannot be intimidated i will result cannot be dented we would remain more united when this event 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 and early this i know there's been a lot of. fighting between isis and security forces there for years now. and. a lot of. the area as shock sets in and an investigation begins the egyptian government has declared three days of mourning my mage and. there has been unrest in egypt's sinai peninsula for decades bedouin
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tribes in the region don't trust the government and is anger at cairo's failure to address poverty and unemployment and when president mohamed morsy was deposed in two thousand and thirteen. responded with violence the armed group aligned with eiseley year later calling itself sinai province and took control of a large part of the region. turkey says u.s. president john trump has agreed to stop supplying weapons to kurdish y p g fighters in northern syria this followed a phone call between chan and turkish president reject tired one the white house later said it would make adjustments to its policy of arming its allies in syria the jump administration began supplying weapons to the i.p.g. earlier this year with a battle to retake eisel stronghold of raka turkey considers the y p g a terrorist group some avenge of it as more from the turkish city of gazan top near the syrian border. what's being reported in the turkish media as united states saying that it
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will stop arming kurdish militias does not reflect in statements that have been seen from both presidents met press offices they say that would be just thing its policy when it comes to its allies in syria especially after the fall of iceland in iraq or turkey on the other hand has been calling for on the united states to stop arming these mainly kurdish fighters with turkey sees terrorists wants the united states to be part of its campaign to try and clear the area of what it called all terrorist groups which include these kurdish militias which are allies of the united states as these statements come there is no end to the fighting on the ground inside syria but we have seen attacks by syrian government and its allies on opposition within the rebel positions in not just the province of aleppo but also in the politics of hama in hama doctors and it workers have been telling us about the situation on. the ground they say their infrastructure has been systematically
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targeted by the regime and to save lives all they can do is dig tunnels and go underground. samaras on the operating table because his leg was injured in an airstrike but this is northern area operation theatre it's hidden underground so it can survive. i'm afraid when the regime targets a hospital i lost a member of my family in an airstrike. it's known as the cave hospital in northern syria doctors are keeping its location secret for fear of further attacks by government jets. they showed us photos after some of the hundred thirty five year strikes targeted their hospital medical facilities and medical workers nowadays are far from being working an ideal situation there are all sort of challenges one of the main challenges has to do with witnessing not only going for a long time but at the same time he doesn't. doesn't stop. this is what remains of
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many hospitals above ground so it took months of digging five hundred square meters in the mountains to convert into frequent room workers then plaster the walls and bags at the entrance increased security. this is the doctor who began the project he was also killed in an airstrike last year and his colleagues continue to face challenges. the biggest problem is the airstrikes which target civilians this hospital is theoretically safe but we expect anything from the government and it's destructive weapons making the hospital safe is just one of the many challenges most hospitals in opposition areas suffer from a lack of medicine and other vital supplies that are to emergency exits in case of any attack being underground brings the constant challenge of maintaining the floor so doctors and patients don't suffocate. we face difficulties such as
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ventilation and shortages of medical supplies after securing ourselves in a cave inside a mountain because serious health care system has been largely destroyed by six years of war preventive care units and health centers are nonexistent potentially fatal diseases are common because of a lack of vaccine. healthcare is being used as a report of war in syria targeting hospitals means denial of treatment and the only option to save lives is going on the ground. zero. two planes carrying much needed humanitarian aid have landed in yemen's capital yemen is ensuring the world's worst cholera epidemic and now doctors are warning of an outbreak of the potentially fatal the feria virus a unicef plane that arrived at san airport was carrying vaccines for the ferry but there's been no movement at the major port of her day that the saudi led military alliance had promised to reopen aid routes on thursday. argentina's president is
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vying to continue the search for missing submarine even as hopes fade for its forty four crew members on board the navy's confirmed there was an explosion near where the sub disappeared ten days ago then this one reports on the naval base in the city of mother plata. the hope the prayers the expectation expressed here at the model plotter naval base the home of the missing submarine the air race so one turned to anger and despair the families of the forty four crewmembers were told the face of their loved ones. but there are still people with hope but i think that's it it's time to look for the bodies they don't want to say it's which is why we feel impotent 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 an explosion on board shortly after the submarine
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lost contact on the van with the fifteen took so long to be revealed where they kept in the dark. the. 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 and despite the frustration and sadness as it did terminations to keep searching. 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
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weather conditions while their families more in argentina is asking what went wrong who was responsible and what should happen now but with the sun one possibly several hundred meters at 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 others here model blotter. bangladesh and me and mom have agreed to ask for u.n. assistance in the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of rangar rights groups have insisted on outside monitors to safeguard the return of the to me and but the un has expressed concern about the process repatriation is due to start in two months more than six hundred thousand rangar fade from violence in rakhine state to bangladesh. the return is will be taken to their original
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lands or wherever they want to live in the primary stages they will stay in temporary camps for the time being the two sides have agreed to complete the repatriation process in a reasonable time after a verification process the displaced will be taken back if any problem arises during this process bangladesh and myanmar will try to resolve them through discussions. stratfor joins us from cox is bizarre what else is being said about this agreement this deal. well according to the bangladesh government they've come to some sort of agreement with the myanmar government as to a role for the united nations the u.n. refugee agency we now understand the myanmar government has given them the green light to myanmar had originally pushed back on any kind of role for the u.n. we also understand that according to the bangladesh government they are going to
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ask me to petition india and china to help set up these temporary camps in the areas where these villages that we've seen have been so horrifically destroyed and burnt to the ground no particular timeframe though with respect to how long this process is going to take we know according to the bangladesh government that it's expected to start in around two months time interestingly enough and it's important to recognize that there is a specific group that are being looked at as part of this agreement and they are those that came here to bangladesh last october and the six hundred twenty thousand that have arrived here leaving me and mark since organist so as you can probably understand there is a lot more flesh that needs to be put on the very bones of this agreement something
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that the bangladesh government already refusing to call an agreement they're saying that they are working on some sort of a range of months to try and repatriate some hundreds of thousands of people that you see in these camps and getting how do they see in about the still what's the response been that's incredible. we'll be talking to quite a few people the smalling as you can well imagine very very skeptical after not only the last three or four months of suffering these horrific atrocities but years of institutionalized was described by human rights groups as institutionalized discrimination by the media and government one lady that we spoke to said that there was no way that she would agree to voluntarily go back unless she could be guaranteed some sort of citizenship card some sort of id card that would be issued to her before she went back into the country guaranteeing some sort of citizenship status and as we know these people the remainder they are not citizens of myanmar
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they are effectively stateless people so there's no real understanding of pushing any kind of initial agreement forward and looking at the legal status of these people once they return to me and another gentleman we spoke to said he flatly refused to even entertain the idea of going back he said that he was absolutely terrified he said look at the evidence she said that the myanmar military is killing our people many of our men women and children have disappeared we don't know where they are we don't indeed know whether they are still alive and he said that it doesn't matter what kind of arrangement is agreed between the bangladeshis and me and maher government he would stay here so as you can well imagine a lot of fear here a lot of distrust it's vital to say that it seems as if some sort of agreement is certainly beginning to form but the actual implementation of the complexities of implementing this agreement is going to be very difficult it sounds and charles
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thank you. so had analysis there are. the pictures pakistan's government doesn't want you to see privates t.v. channels our audience as hundreds of riot police on protesters. saying if we look at where. the u.s. presence playing too much golf. welcome back as we look at the weather across southeastern parts of asia we've got at least the flow across the philippines which is bringing some showers into the eastern side of many parts of the country a general share it doesn't look too bad as look at the forecast though coming further south scattered showers across borneo some really heavy rain across parts of java for the circulation of low pressure just the south and i think it could be
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quite white in the same goes for sumatra to do in the coming days pretty well for singapore and kuala lumpur moving northwards through into southern parts of thailand gerri not too bad and bangkok looks should remain largely dry their highs of thirty two degrees or monday moving down into a straight we have a few trough of low pressure giving the risk of a few showers here and there but otherwise who got a front moving through melbourne source see temperatures dropping there but as you look at the forecast through sunday still twenty eight degrees sydney in this long spell of temperatures in excess of twenty five degrees but melbourne does see a temperature drop as we head through into monday across western australia generally find there with perth looking at highs of twenty five you see across interior got some heavy showers developing there for new zealand the weather conditions are looking pretty quiet at the moment but a cloud around the north on the south on seymour the way a sunshine with highs of eighteen in christchurch.
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on counting the cost crocodile economics what emerson malone 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 and i just you know. i really feel liberated as a journalist was. getting to the truth as a lawyer that's what his job. but again the top stories on al-jazeera egypt launched a military campaign in the sinai to two hundred thirty five people killed in an
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attack on a mosque on friday present above a little sisi has promised to respond with what he calls brutal force. turkey says the u.s. is agreed to stop supplying weapons to kurdish why p.g. fighters in northern syria the white house later said it would make adjustments to its policy of arming its allies in syria and career considers the wipe e.g. a terrorist group. bangladesh me and i have agreed to ask for un assistance in the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of muslims rights groups have insisted on outside monitors to safeguard the return of the rangar to me in march but the un has expressed concern about the process. zimbabwe's former finance minister is in court accused of corruption just a day after a new president was sworn in and ignatius chambre was detained by the military during the takeover that forced president robert mugabe from office meanwhile the high court has just ruled the military's actions during that takeover were legal
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it's good morning from andrew symonds who joins us from harare to tell us about what's been going on in court and more about the actions that we've been hearing. yes indeed jan the latest is details emerging now of a judgment made during that huge assembly of sixty thousand people in the sports stadium for the presidential inauguration that judgment was made of the high court by justice. that judgment said that the army were lawful in their actions in taking over control of power and arresting robert mugabe these actions taking place ten days ago what a lot has happened since then and we've also seen coincidentally again the rest of the finance minister i say coincidentally because the case going on in the magistrate's court behind me which is a really just a hearing which will probably involve remanded in custody afterwards but he's
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facing charges this is the charges to ignatius. a former finance minister he was before that property and local government minister and he's going to be accused of a range of corruption charges about property ownership more than one hundred properties spread right across symbiote way and other offenses also furthermore we will also hear charges against could zen i. he is from the use wing of zanu p.f. and he's accused of corruption. actually making statements which were defamatory so these are the start really of a clamp down on crime in the direction of corruption promised by the president in his inauguration speech but also these arrests were really the
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excuse to take over power and so that is why the two court cases are into think the high court judgment saying this was lawful which is a lot of human rights specialists actually expressed surprise that. the high court judge could actually say such action by an army is lawful but that is what the judgment is it was definitely not a coup so it's very much in the favor of the new administration here to get that hearing through jane andrew symonds thank you a pakistani policeman has been killed in an operation to clear supporters of an islamist party you've been camped out an intersection for three weeks hundreds of riot police moved in and threw tear gas canisters at about three hundred demonstrators they calling for the resignation of the minister who committed a religious reference in a bill maher hyder is near the eastern city of lahore tell us about what happened.
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well early this morning the police force decided to break up the protest anything on a very important intersection that brought to life. we are told that despite the attempts by the police which has taken several hours they have been unable to dislodge those protesters from that bridge also across the country there are strong reaction from supporters of that party which is raging the protests in islamabad where toward that all the traffic in law karate and even on the motorway where i'm standing right now has been completely blocked by protesters there is a reaction across the country top lab a miscalculated move by the government because they were not expecting such a reaction now the whole country almost on the word georgetown all the highways a block and the government has now moved to blackout all the live coverage for
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local television network this is indeed a situation that could spin out of control every day not handled properly the opposition is already saying that the government has failed to be able to deliver to the people and also failed and governor thank you for that. at least three hundred seventy eight migrants have been rescued in libya after three boats were damaged in the mediterranean sea the mission carried out by the libyan coast guard took about seven to two hours the u.n. says more than thirty three thousand migrants have died at sea trying to reach european shores since two thousand. the trumpet ministration is decided to keep open the palestinian diplomatic office in washington d.c. for now we can go to the office would be shut because palestinian leaders called for the international criminal court to prosecute israel for illegal settlements the us said that statement was a breach of its laws in response to the p.l.o.
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threaten to cut all communication with washington the functions of the office will be limited for ninety days the leader of germany's social democrats has made and about turn and agreed to discuss forming a coalition with anger merkel's party hopes have been raised of ending the political deadlock after members of the s.p.d. said a new deal could be signed if the conservative party presented a convincing proposal merkel's party won the most seats in september's elections but hasn't been able to form a coalition martin schulz previously insisted that his party should go into opposition. i am not striving for a new election i'm not striving for anything but what i am striving for is that we discuss with one another the best ways to improve people's lives a little bit every day both nationally and internationally to strive for that. eleven people have been killed in a fire at
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a luxury hotel in the georgian black sea resort city of but to me twenty one others are being treated in hospital at least one hundred firefighters were sent to tackle the blaze but the cause of the fire is not clear. and jurors are going to the polls on sunday to elect a new president public safety is a major concern for voters because their country has one of the highest murder rates in the world as mariana 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 people male and young are killed 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
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so we can capture them. violent homicides are reported to have fallen by 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 fall 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 in the middle 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 that violence has an. reduced although the numbers are down critics
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say policing remains sporadic and people still live in fear. it's costly to keep 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 the situation is still critical but the policies 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 the us and the children have a right to play in peace but he just. during the presidency of barack obama then businessman donald trump often criticized him for playing what he said was too much golf but now trump regularly spends his weekends
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on the course even if his staff a good knowledge it i don't fish as a story. president trump for the birdie he's a king go for a very king goal for this first three hundred eight days in office president donald trump has been on the course almost a quarter of that time in fact in his first one hundred days he's played more than any modern president he's played with prime ministers and politicians don't trump thought if he won the white house he would have to give it all up because i'm going to be working for you are not enough time to go play golf. donald trump isn't the first president to have a love affair with golf william howard taft was the first to openly play the game white eisenhower loved it so much heat a tree and the cabin named after him at augusta national the home of the masters competition george w. bush is exploits made it into a documentary i call upon all nations to do everything they can to stop these terrorist killers. thank you. now watch this drive.
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we have hope bad that looked from the second gulf war started to stop playing clinton golf as did obama which takes us back to where we started with trump's tweets and criticisms obama it was reported today plato hundred fifty rounds of golf he played more jobs last year than tiger woods his staff really acknowledge when he hits the course insisting no matter where he is the president is always working when it's tiger woods i don't call that work one of the things that is i think reflective of his that if we were called listeners from office is the fact that there are numerous high level positions in every single department of the executive branch there go on feel because he's just lazy he hasn't even made nominations critics say after all the promises he made after all the speeches and all the tweets it's surprising this president has spent as much time in the clubhouse as the white house alan fischer al jazeera.
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this is. these are the top stories egypt launched a military campaign in the sinai after two hundred thirty five people were killed in an attack on a mosque on friday president of the fattal sees his promise to respond with what he calls brutal force a bomb was detonated in the mosque and the attackers then fired on worshippers as they fled take he says the u.s. has agreed to stop supplying weapons to kurdish why fiji fighters in northern syria the white house later said it would make adjustments to its policy of arming its allies in syria and korea considers the y p g a terrorist group. bangladesh and me and my i have agreed to ask for un assistance in the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of the muslims rights groups have insisted on outside monitors to safeguard the return of the to me in march but the un has expressed
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concern about the process the repatriation is due to start in two months. the return is will be taken to their original lands or wherever they want to live in the primary stages they will stay in temporary camps for the time being the two sides have agreed to complete the repatriation process in a reasonable time after a verification process the displaced will be taken back if any problem arises during this process bangladesh and myanmar will try to resolve them through discussions for aid planes have arrived in yemen's capital sanaa one carrying vaccines to help fight the feria the other three were bringing in humanitarian workers yemen is enjoying the world's worst cholera epidemic and now doctors are warning of an outbreak of the potentially fatal diptheria virus has been no movement at the major port of data the saudi led military alliance had promised to
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reopen on thursday. zimbabwe's former finance minister is in court accused of corruption just a day after a new president was sworn in ignatius' chumba was detained by the military joining the takeover that forced president robert mugabe from office the military said it was trying to remove criminals in mugabe's circle the high court has ruled the military's actions during that takeover were illegal as the headlines counting the cost is up next. with documentaries that open your eyes at this time on al-jazeera. this is counting the cost on al-jazeera your weekly look at the world of business
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