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every. from mother to daughter an ancient craft kept alive by a bustling matriarch. from start to finish. all traditions intertwined with new designs making this family's place unique into as rich tapestry. the threat at this time.
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as strikes across syria killed more than fifty people including civilians and the last remaining rebel stronghold near damascus. live from london also coming up. protesters take to the streets for a second day in pakistan calling for the resignation of a government minister. under in his head to the polls to vote for a new president but a change at the top looks unlikely. and creative diplomacy the japanese artists are using their work to try to bridge the deepening divide with north korea . first to syria where at least fifty people have been killed in just twenty four hours in government and russian ass trikes twenty three people were killed in
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a syrian air strike in the damascus suburb of easton go to the area has been under government siege for four he is a three hundred fifty thousand people are in desperate need of aid. thirty seven people were killed in russian ass trikes on a gathering of displaced people in darryl province a british base activists say fifteen children were among the victims. of a joins us now from gaziantep on the turkey syria border so these airstrikes in eastern in spite of it falling under a deescalation zone absolutely that is the case but we've seen that in the last ten days or so there's been a lot of action in eastern guta we've seen at least three air strikes today as you said thirty three people have died and people have been telling us from the ground sources say that this casualty number may rise because a lot of people have been injured and there is just not enough medical aid available in order to treat those injured. airstrikes began and the escalation of
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violence began vend rebel forces tried to take one of the major barracks held by the government in eastern router and they were able to take and take control of most of the barracks and since then the government has not just hit that particular area but also other areas and go to as well three subdistricts of this area were hit and medics have been saying that it's it's a very desperate situation on the ground there and that's not the only place that you mentioned there are alleged russian airstrikes in the resort between the resort and a long time and this according to forces on the ground this is an area where a lot of ice and fighters have fled from both cities from. as well as their resort but it's not just fighters who fled to the area locals who've been trying to get away from the fighting have also fled to these areas and according to sources on
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the ground most of the people killed today in the resort have been civilians and as i have just been injure obvious in syria which was under eisel control what can you tell us about that. but the rabbit is one of those rare cities that we've seen which has come out of isis control and is actually limping back towards normalcy there's a lot of construction going on you see a lot of life on the street and it's relatively safe because people do not fear airstrikes there because of the present of turkish forces close by and local police that is being trained by turkish forces people are able to live more or less a free life of the town if you can just get a glimpse of that area because the town used to be hold to about twenty thousand people but since it has been taken back from eiffel the population has grown to about seventy thousand so yes there are a number of challenges that the local administration is facing in terms of providing people with the correct health care services as well as roads and other
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things about it is that about is limping back to normalcy it is quite the opposite of areas that we've seen in iraq and syria which have now been taken from isis control some of the java thank you very much indeed. i stands prime minister and the military have agreed not to use force to disperse protesters in the capital islamabad the demonstrations of angry about the wording of a parliamentary bill on saturday six people were killed as police try to break up the crowds thousands of people have blocked roads in other cities in a show of solidarity for an hunt reports. that a call to shut down pakistani issued by clerics and political party leader who stands in opposition to the government for three weeks protesters have choked the
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streets of islamabad when there was violence on saturday as police tried to disperse them they sprayed along highways to other major cities including a whore and catchy. this movement is not political it is the duty of every muslim to protect the owner of this land the protesters maintain this is not political but this is an issue that could undermine pakistan's government. it began when pakistan's norman is desired hammered introduced a bill before parliament that made no reference to the prophet muhammad protest is linked it to the highly contentious issue of blasphemy and while the amendment was withdrawn blamed on a clerical error and harmeet apologized the little known group behind the protests argued it remained an affront tells them they want the minister gone. and after the violence on saturday they want the entire cabinet to resign where. people
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aren't coming out of their houses because they're scared it's a strange situation in the backyard of the narcanon this is the fault of the clerics their extremist attitudes they simply don't care about people and the business it's been destroyed by the clerics doing this in the name of islam they're absolutely wrong and people are in pain protest organizers have still managed to spread the call for demonstrators did begin encouraged by the police failure to get them off the streets kadhim hussain rizvi the cleric who leads the teddy pakistan party has called on his followers to bring the entire country to a halt the government has responded by calling in the army many a bracing for what that might mean. and to zero. a ship carrying more than five thousand tons of flour has docked in the yemeni port of her data the first since a saudi led coalition tightened a sea an earlier in the month unicef says it's flown its first delivery of aid into
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yemen sending one point nine million doses of vaccines into the country unicef says a child dies every ten minutes in yemen from preventable diseases the coalition fighting yemen's thirty rebels tighten the blockade after a missile fire on the saudi capital in early november. the u.n. charter agency regional director gets keppler says yemen is teetering on the edge of famine. today it is fair to say that yemen. is one of the worst places on earth to be a child more than eleven million yemeni children are to be in acute need of humanitarian assistance that's almost every single yemeni boy and girl. wonderings are voting in a presidential election that's widely expected to return the incumbent to power one
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under hernandez who heads the center right national party has been praised for bringing down the sky high murder rates and raising economic growth the critics say he's trying to tighten his grip on power eight years after he himself supported a coup against the previous president and i are sanchez in only one year in capital to her so where are you and i want is a situation right now hundreds have been voting for a couple of hours that right. that's right lauren hondurans has been voting for a few hours now and in some places we've seen as low turnout. but here in this neighborhood called a bonafide his neighborhood we've seen a lot of people coming to vote a lot of concern today because this is a very special day in this election more than six million two hundred are eligible for voting but. really it's of. the rate of people of abstention as i'm hearing them with is very high so there's been absent television
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and radio urging people to come out and vote but this is a very special day because this is the first time and then honduran election that a president is running for reelection this is possible after a group of jugglers lifted a constitutional ban which paved the way for president juan orlando and then this to run for the presidency again so the opposition parties here are calling this illegal and they say that they will be very vigilant of what happens inside the polling stations so there is some tensions felt throughout the day here in on the water and immigration and violence a massive problems there what are the candidates offering to tackle those issues. well over and over candidates are basically offering the same things because. the sustenance is very intense problems with poverty more than sixty percent of hunger
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and live in poverty there's the issue of the economy two thirds unemployment are rampant and around the country and of course the issue of insecurity a little continues to be one of the countries with the highest number of homicides rate in the world outside war zone area and so many people have this concerns when they vote and the candidates will be very. have been offering a lot of solutions to security problems but it is very difficult to match what the president won or lamberton undiscussed on he says able to bring down the homicide rate and during his tenure the government says to fifty percent however the observatory of violence says that the rate in homicide rate has gone down by thirty percent this is a very reliable source having said this year is more than three hundred and thirty
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homes were once designed every month here numbered up by violent deaths so this is a very important issue that congress will keep in mind when they go to the poll today and vote myron such as a lot in honduras thank you very much indeed. still to come on the program nepal continues on a slow path to democracy with millions expected to turn out the provincial polls. and displaced by al-shabaab and. we need the kenyan villagers who say. to return to their homes. we've got some right in the forecast for southern parts of china over the next couple days not looking too bad for monday jan refine and dry. some of the way in
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there pushing into hong kong and emotions are further to go on through choose that cloud of rain coming into southern parts of the country still some showers there once again into central areas of vietnam you know just some wet weather coming in across china joining up with a heavy showers that we have across the goal pushing across. we have seen some very heavy rain here in the past few days in a firm out of cloud two across southern areas of india as one would expect at this time of the year you see some heavy showers just coming into our time and that is southern areas under protest a fair amount of cloud actually to central parts of india further north it is somewhat clear i say clear we do of course still have the smoke and fog problems up towards new delhi temperatures in new delhi getting up to around twenty four degrees celsius but a whole lot warmer than that across iran potential right over the next couple of days here in doha will have a top temperature of around twenty eight degrees celsius similar values to for a little bit of rain not too far away further north up towards kuwait northern sections of the gulf could see wanted to showers along the spoils of friday and
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it's also showers around the gulf of aden. young rich and famous in china one of the new skills behind the great chinese firewall to beat the cyber celebs of a booming multibillion dollar business. at this time on al-jazeera. where every.
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time one of top stories here now jazeera russian and government strikes have killed at least fifty people across syria your tax dollars to the areas it used to go to and there is all. august on is government and military have agreed not to use force to disperse protesters who blockaded roads near the capital islamabad. ship carrying more than five thousand tons of flour has docked in the yemeni port of the data the first time since a saudi led coalition talking to see an abdul qadir the u.n. children's agency also says it sent one point nine million doses of vaccine. as a bubble in newspaper is reporting that robert mugabe was granted full immunity and a payment of ten million dollars to convince him to step down as president he zimbabwe independent also says he's been promised you can keep his properties and that he'll be paid his salary for the rest of his life which also joins us live
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from harare so these reports about we always pay out and his immunity how is it been possible to establish whether they're true. well the officials we've been talking to say that the number is not that high they say there are a god but the usual normal standard retirement package given to any former head of state they say that mugabe will stand about what he said he wants to do farming they say that he's allowed to leave the country when he when everyone's go to singapore for his medical checkups and the wife has indicated she still planning to build that robert mugabe universe to be also told the reason why they didn't attend the swearing in ceremony on saturday is because he said he was tired and he also thought that making a public appearance so soon after all those demonstrations that we saw could make some zimbabweans very angry so he decided to stay away from the function but he is indicate that he will make a public appearance sometime soon we suspect it will probably be at the december
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party conference here in harare what about where the new president what what's the mood on him. what his sort of presence has sunk in a bit. well everyone's now talking about his cabinet who is he going to put in this cabinet which could be announced as early as monday is it going to be an inclusive cabinet whereby he would have people from the different political parties people from the opposition which could indicate that maybe he is genuine about taking the country forward of being a unifying leader and helping the bargains move on as some people worry though if that if we do see more of the same the old guard in cabinet they fear that nothing really will change on the ground people are also waiting to hear who the finance minister is going to be a very very important post because most of their main concern now is the economy is present when i'm going to do anything about the economy and who he names finance minister could be an indication about where they're where he plans to take this
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country and how quickly the economy could recover her which i thank you very much. there's been a high turnout in nepal's provincial elections which was the final stage of a peace process that started back in two thousand and six the aim is to turn it into a federal democratic republic so interest to report from district. the early morning call is no deterrent for these people in the district they have come to exercise their right to vote district and national officials have been working for days to ensure the election happens far and new constitution is being implemented and as a local elections have already taken place this is the first phase of village some for national and his did as and this election is important because it is about implementing the constitution the first phase of this election is happening in the
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hills and mountains where climate and terrain can be challenging the second phase will take place on december seventh in more moderate climate there are nearly six thousand registered voters here and competition is fierce every vote counts and representatives from all sides i can watch. their candidates representing both the left alliance of nepal's communist party unified marxist leninist and the former maoist and the democratic alliance of the nepali congress and the right of center parties one candidate will represent this district in the national assembly and two in the state assembly but for people like groom who runs a hotel here this election is more about development and tourism and i'm home with the i really hope that we get a good representative tourism is important for us and we need good roads for people and tourists here we also need schools and hospitals. district is on
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a trucking route and has recently been plagued by roads but the journey is precarious polls close at five in the evening local time but by late afternoon most people have already cast their votes while in milan district officials say that more than the expected number of people have cast their ballots nationally the turnout has reno making it difficult to predict the outcome of this election which will turn into a federal republic. out of the era when one district in the power of. saudi arabia's crown prince has warned a forty one nation alliance of muslim nations that it cannot allow terrorists to tarnish the name of islam mohammad bin soundman was speaking at the first meeting of the islamic military counter-terrorism alliance in riyadh. there is no doubt today's meeting is of great significance simply for the reason that over the past two years terrorism has been wreaking havoc in our respective countries in the absence of concerted coordination between our countries this is
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become history with the establishment of this coalition more than forty islamic countries have dubbed held efforts in combating terrorism with militarily financially or in terms of political and intelligence cooperation with the crown prince also offered his condolences to egypt where three hundred five people were killed on friday after fighters targeted a mosque in northern sinai mass graves have been made for some of the victims which included twenty seven children egypt's president of the fresh r.c.c. has promised the use of brutal force against those responsible. a solidarity vigil is also taking place in palestine for the victims of the attack malcolm webb has more from gaza city. hundreds of people have gathered here in gaza those killed in the attack in the agency the friday after the gunman opened fire at a mosque in the town of an hour east killing more than two hundred had already said about one hundred kilometers from here many palestinians live in the halls of egypt
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so some people here knew some of those who were killed this morning events organized by some of gaza's political factions but it has some political significance. this is a message of sort of going to the muslims would be born after the bus which had been. meeting with he was aboard all of. the but it's a buddhist and. it's you know. i'm dating it is brokering reconciliation talks to. make political parties sponsor and hamas as well as well for the palestinian factions this is meant to lead to one hundred over of power here on friday from hamas to the palestinian authority of ministration to gaza and the monitors of these developments for idiots and security officials and you to write to them all right these are reasons why but it's not to belittle facts and i
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want to show solidarity with egypt at the moment but many people in gaza are now they have rather seen several repeated that failed attempts at reconciliation before they wait to see what will happen in the coming days and if this reconciliation will actually produce something out of your home kenya's military says it's pushed fighters out of a forest and on its southern border with somalia but villages fear another unknown group is now carrying out attacks on civilians in the area people displaced by the fighting a defined government request to return to their homes conference where reports from southern kenya. elizabeth card's lost two sons were recently killed by an unknown people believed inside borneo a forest that extends to the border with somalia their home area we too as well as other paths of learning more along the kenyan coast have been attacked several times over the last few years. we stayed home that night instead of going back to
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the camp for displaced people one of my sons was not well and so we all decided to be with him we were attacked at around eight pm two other people were killed on that night in this village the government has often blamed somalis are shabaab fighters who've been using the forest as a hideout to plan attacks and train kenyan recruits but also increasingly conflict between firmus and hard as living inside the forest one of elizabeth cards all sons was in that house when the attackers came the other one was right out there there was also a friend in the compound their mother was preparing to sleep in the next house she says that the attackers targeted the men they slit their throats and then fled the members of. this lama county administrative leader shows us some of the trouble areas he says a security operation has forced al-shabaab out of the vast forest all the absolutely right nancy. both worlds with the use. of being seen as
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underwater the most serious live in the country they don't want free like in the us . we come out the government now once more than two thousand people have been leaving in this temporary shelters on the edge of the forest to go back home life is stuff for them here they have little through it and a bed bag infestation but they say going back right now is not an option so. we quickly said gholam if i knew it's true the government has pushed out but what we fear even more than al shabaab are the herders in the forest they're the ones who've been killing our people lately they're the ones who should be dealt with before we go back adolescent also lives in the camp this is the first time in three months that she and her son have come back to check on their home they don't have much time they tell us they have to go back to the camp before nightfall when it gets dangerous catherine saw an al-jazeera we to the south in kenya. libya's
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coast guard has recovered the bodies of thirty one refugees who died when a boat sank off its northwestern coast on saturday children were among the dead about two hundred people were rescued and taken to tripoli a coast guard spokesman told al-jazeera that forty people are still missing. there is an eastern china are investigating a massive explosion that killed at least two people in the port city of knowing the blast happened in a dock area and brought down buildings that have been shuttle for demolition state media reports as many as thirty people were injured two of them seriously police are ruling out a gas explosion and say the cause is still uncertain. in japan students are using art to show how they feel about the seemingly unending crisis over north korea they're reaching out to other students whose families came to japan from north korea as they try to bridge a cultural divide creation reports in tokyo. on the
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outskirts of tokyo two schools separated by a wall on one side chucky high bar and installation art student who studied at the missing university this is the world. how high was the bridge down why did you build it. so the best friendship yes yes. chucky wanted to communicate with students at the north korean school on the other side of the wall so she used her out skills to devise a way to overcome the problem on the other side student region and ethnic north korean works on her latest acrylic creation in her studio the sixty year old korean diversity like many students here her family descends from north koreans who came to japan during its colonization of the korean peninsula her paintings reflect
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her search for identity in the divide between her family's homeland and japan the would demonstrate her personal struggle with hope and despair for the future of both nations and what i was about to when i was born and raised in tokyo but up until university i received an if nic education i'm third generation if not korean my grandfather came here during the war but he died when i was small so i didn't hear many of his stories and that since the identity of a third generation is wavering. chuckie and remit at a combined schools exhibition they works had to be lifted over the wall to the gallery with jackie's previous bridge building experience an idea was hatched to build another bridge so the could float effortlessly for the first time across the border and i could talk about what an ideal relationship might look like but it seems far off if a war breaks out will be the first victims because about honorable position in society. the project started a deep discussion about the different ethnic backgrounds and sparked debate
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throughout both campuses here's the question i follow the news and look at visitors feedback of our work i sometimes feel powerless by showing what are going to do i think there are things you can change what the students have achieved is a connection through common understanding a sort of diplomacy and as tensions increase on the korean peninsula it is an achievement which has so far eluded their political leaders many students like ri and say they are scared by the strong rhetoric and threats of nuclear war and find it hard to see a future before. the image was crossing the national border a bridge it's very symbolic and the location also has meaning it was a project that made us magine a story line as the war of words is collated between the united states and north korea it's students like ri and sharkey who stand in the crossfire contemplating an uncertain future craig leeson al-jazeera tokyo. scientists in
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australia are encouraging the public to help study native frogs by recording the creatures themselves. your stray museum has designed a smartphone app which allows people to pick up the unique sounds of the country's two hundred forty frog species and their pagan is under threat from climate change introduced predators and human development scientists will collect and study the data to learn more about the health of frog populations. not many frogs sort of rabbit that you get with. holes that found like last tat stripping tennis ball thing absolutely everything so some of the frogs that you might hear might sound like. bach and. so amazing diversity and this fine will help you capture those calls and then we can identify who where frogs are and how they're doing.
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the top stories for you on al-jazeera a series of russian and government says killed more than fifty people across syria twenty three people died in a syrian air strike in the damascus suburb of east to go to the rebel held area has been under government siege for four years. thirty seven people were killed in russia strikes on a gathering of displaced people in dare resort province british based activists say fifteen children were among the victims august on's government and military have agreed not to use force to disperse protesters near the capital islamabad there was traces of blockaded roads for weeks angry about the wording of a parliamentary bill bradley's have spread to several other cities since saturday when at least six people died after police tried to clear a protest camp come out harder has more from the purchased in. on the highway
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between the whole and is not a bad. the protesters are now broking intersections all along their route which travels from north to south but there are five really generous elderly the fake who are stuck in their garden a long queue the protesters will not allow them to move any farther because of the anger that they're expressing after the governor and after the protector general will be a promise that of course really mean problems for people. who are already suffering a ship carrying more than five thousand tons of flour has docked in the yemeni port of her data the first since the saudi that coalition started to see and abdicate in while the un children's agency says it sent one point nine million doses of vaccines into the country unicef says a child dies every ten minutes in yemen from preventable diseases. during the
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presidential election that's widely expected to return incumbent to power. heads the center right national party has been praised for bringing down the sky high murder rates and raising economic growth but critics say he's trying to tighten his grip on power is after he supported a coup against the previous president there's the headlines today with their next stop is one of many stops watching. in china live streaming has become a massive craze and a boom.

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