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in the national name a condition is somalia but it. is stationed in the area and it is really getting a blaze. mogadishu's offered targeted by the al qaeda linked group al-shabaab its members want to dislodge the government and impose islamic law the group maintains a foothold in some regions of somalia but it was forced from mogadishu in two thousand and eleven against thousands of somalis many of them civilians have died in the decade long battle between al shabaab and government forces pull chatterjee on al-jazeera. now after months of hunting him in the colombian jungle security forces of shot and killed the former guerrilla known as dog show one time far commander refused to surrender in part of his part of the twenty sixteen peace deal he was accused of drug trafficking extortion and murder is shelob ellis. by senior ministers colombia's president rallied reporters for his big news boy. i can't
confirm that troia was killed in an operation he was killed by the heroes of colombia. this is quote your full name walter patricio. he was one of the most elusive and powerful rebels in colombia wanted for drug trafficking extortion and murder. while cho commanded the all of us in a state of front a group of up to eighty former fuck rebels who have refused to twenty sixth in peace deal with the colombian government they continue to traffic cocaine and fight security forces. colombian police and military searched the jungles for him for months yes it's really a pretty strange this is an effort persistence we may not find out of today but it could be tomorrow or the day after tomorrow in a week or two we're not going to rest or stop this offensive the manhunt escalated after his group kidnapped and murdered to ecuador in journalists and their driver
in march colombia and ecuador put on their most wanted list and offered hundreds of thousands of dollars for information leading to his capture. more than three thousand army police and special forces were deployed to find him then on friday from the former front frontline and cocaine capital the colombian president took the podium and made a you know your you know i had a lot of today i want to make clear that for quatro the party is over colombe a menace in many communities in colombia will now sleep in peace because one of the most horrendous criminals that our country has known has fallen. show was shot and killed in a military operation near the ecuadorian border shallop ballasts al jazeera. the crowds have taken part in the funerals of four palestinians killed on friday by the israeli army mourners gathered in gaza for the burial of the men who were killed
during weekly protests against the israeli and egyptian blockade of the territory among the victims was a sixteen year old mohammed judge june allyson ians have demonstrated at the border every friday since march still to come here on the news of the new man in the months united hot seat is off to a winning start details in sport when we come back. a policy imposed decades ago pregnant woman part that she put selectively goods and have only boards changing demographics across asia with far reaching consequences creating a poor socially disadvantaged young man so you have the system where people at every level are big it being given money money to agree to start as a send our money to get other people to agree to sterilization al-jazeera examines the politics of population control and monday put it on. us and british companies
have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for the dry riverbed like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country haven't truly been able to escape the work. force news is leah. thank you so much all we start with football and real madrid
have won the club world cup in the u.a.e. they beat l. and four one in the final putting an end to the emirates hopes of making history so how malik reports. the club world cup could prove to be the turning point in real madrid season struggling down and for the league or they have a look themselves that all this campaign and their opponents in the final lane nearly made them pay for some sloppy play early on my winning would make v.m. rocky's the tournament's first ever asian win is. but minutes after blowing the chance to take a step closer to history rails midfield magician luca moderates made them pay i the croatian opening the scoring and reminding everyone just why he won the ballon d'or this year. however going down didn't seem to faze alain they put the ball in rails net just a minute later i only for the offside flag to cut short the celebrations the european champions were ruthless after that marcos llorente putting them two nil up
on the zero five and then there was a special moment for the real captain sergio ramos getting a go to mark what would be a twentieth title with the club five. a line did manage a consolation goal in the last five minutes i but any momentary joy was short lived . the emira artie's gifting royal an own goal to cap off a four one win and seal a third straight club world cup title for the spaniards i. now have a first trophy under santiago solari the founds a hope it can be the spark to resurrect their falteringly campaign surveille mallett al-jazeera. only got her so shires off to a winning start as manchester united's caretaker manager the red devils the cardiff five one away in the premier league so shire was named interim boss until the end of the season following the sacking of josie marino on tuesday winning season
united reclaim six spot say so the same to these lads as coleman mold you just work harder than them enjoy yourselves passage forwards room forward if you lose the ball i don't mind this long as you would to win it back and they did. when you got players like this with the quality of the they're always going to create chances and the finishes today were quality as well but there have been some shocking results on saturday champions man city were stunned by crystal palace i mean their main four points behind leaders liverpool fourth place chelsea were also upset they lost to leicester one nil it means arsenal go level on points with them the gunners bouncing back from their league cup exit against tottenham mesut ozil was back in as captain and made an assist as they beat burnley three one . very good this i think the committee we need today.
is his commitment with us to lead but he would run. years but we have to the we used a new program for and we need. to they have been thrust. italian league leaders eventis have reestablished their eight point cushion at the top of syria they've beat roma one nil for a sixteenth when in seventeen league games earlier second place now believe did their part to keep the pressure on. got the only goal as they beat spall its fourth win in a row for napoli next up for them as a tough test against third place in milan on wednesday. well a video of a high school wrestler who was forced by a referee to cut off his dreadlocks in order to be able to compete has been causing outrage on social media here's the clip which has been viewed over ten million times on twitter already it shows andrew johnson of point a high school in new jersey having his dreadlocks forcibly cut before a match rules state that natural hair that is non-abrasive is allowed if it is
contained under a hair cover which is was but johnson was only given the option of a haircut or a forfeit by referee alan maloney has now been suspended this referee has until the incident is fully investigated johnson went on to win earlier though we spoke to sports and legal affairs analyst exam your pope who was shocked by the incident. i was sick to my stomach i wanted to puke when i saw it i thought that in two thousand and eighteen we would not witness the literal. rejection of another person's culture and their heritage and cutting dreads off even when. the his head is covered the young man's covered per state rules but the referee so decided to go beyond that. and so it was a shocking display a courageous display by this young man to stand up for his team and decide it's
a win but we saw at the in when the referee. raised his hand in victory after the young man won his match he threw his hands up but he me to put it down because it was it was a it was a victory on the match but it was a loss in the culture and so it's very shocking to see this and we've seen an error in our country when increased hate crime an increase violence towards people of color where there is a seeming newbold in activity in terms of this racial animus towards people of color and so we're seeing it in our streets we're seeing it and our coffee shops we're seeing it now on on the wrestling mat it's disgusting and we need to stop it u.s. olympic skier mckayla shifrin has held on to her title as queen of slalom with her thirty fifth world cup victory in france that brings her total number of world cup wins to fifty across all disciplines making her the youngest here both male or
female to hit that mark the twenty three year old american is undefeated in her trademark event since finishing a surprising fourth at the piano. and that's all your sport for now will have more later an industrial city in south korea is now home to the world's largest outdoor mural the work of is nearly twenty four thousand square meters broad reports now from incheon city and become a source of pride for local residents. it dominee these pots of been shown skyline and the dust realize soul turned into an eye catching thing of beauty standing nearly fifty meters tool a facelift in a city known for its industrial grimes. chan is a city of manufacturing and industry we have many aging buildings like this which poses a problem for us this is what they were grain silos but with an imaginative i
it wasn't hard to see them as a row of books on the shelf so that is what they became sixteen volumes that tell the story of a boy's journey from childhood to adult hood while depicting the complete cycle of the four seasons incheon is probably best known to people outside south korea as a location for the international airport that serves the capital seoul but officials here seem determined that the city should be recognized for far more than just the place you fly in and out of with hopes that some of the millions of passengers who use the nearby airports can be persuaded to stay a while in incheon the city has big tourism aspirations and now other industrial buildings are being looked at as potential canvases for more art. a lot of companies with similar styles of us have said they want to paint them
aware that what might please the public don't put those paint brushes away just yet robert bryant al jazeera incheon city south korea. and that was that was broadcast on jordan we'll keep you company in the coming hours it will be here and i'll see you very soon. i think you're going to get adored by millions the stones most famous cricketing arrived just prime minister on a blaze of national celebration. now one hundred days into his leadership people ask whether delivering on promises will be as easy in practice as it was in pain. right now the nation is not feeling confident right now people are disappointed with the bombing in minus one hundred days on al-jazeera.
they call this bleeding the tree. first substance the world is addicted to now at the center of a global trade war. it's latex in its purest form found in tires phones toothbrushes satellites or mattresses it is an essential element in daily life and so deep in the ivorian forest where you get a book goes from tree to tree scarring them for the precious liquid. is imposing two hundred billion dollars in tariffs on china the world's largest manufacturer of rubber goods china in response imposes tariffs on synthetic rubber the west produces while in the short term this is bad for african producers in the long run some hope the continent could benefit from this trade war i know where of the global trade war and despite falling prices at calls rubber white gold at least for now. joining the greenpeace team come
paining to protect the weddell sea in on top of that we're now in australia for the outcome with the first generation to realize the gravity of this crisis but we may be the last to be able to do something about in another thread special find out if the effort to create the largest sentry on earth has succeeded thrice on al-jazeera. that's an army triggered by a volcano kills dozens of people in indonesia any six hundred or injured. alone down in jordan this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up another major
resignation from donald trump's administration about his decision to remove american troops from syria. the french capital as police are targeted by anti-government protesters. and al jazeera journalist mahmud hussein mots two years in jail in egypt without charge or trial. so mommy has struck the indonesian coast killing at least forty three people hit areas along the sundra straight between two of the country's biggest islands the local disaster management agency says at least six hundred people were injured when waves overturned cars and damaged buildings it's believed the tsunami may have been triggered by undersea landslides following an eruption around the krakatoa volcano well young girl found is with the international federation of red cross and red crescent societies he says rescue teams have been quickly mobilized in the area.
cross. is just number twenty volunteers in the area they're doing rescue work it's very strictly family gets we're people that are traded psychosocial support because it's a traumatic event especially given all of the things the indonesia has suffered in the last you know four months and so these numbers are coming in and they're not at all and you're right this is as often happens in these situations the numbers tend to increase as we do more assessments government gets more information our own people with the red cross do their you know that. out there and that information should be updated accordingly there was not a great deal of tectonic activity earthquake activity there to move into krakatoa so we wanted to trigger and i to be honest image it doesn't are all.
that they need it is its presence in the zone of the suspect or so this would have been heard with very ordinary and beatrice or give them warning so there was a forty foot waves that came ranging from you know under half a meter to a meter so this could have been much worse where. is the province were. so this would happen where because there was an underground movement. however perceptible or a perceptible n y s who generated these whatever it is forgivable that are out of a long weekend right now for the great. hall that it is all on its you know people in doing this. so that the earth is recording at least tunes well it'll be almost full here or something and this happens very quickly. organizations or just the government such as the indonesian air france and others were through over two hundred high risk areas to prepare those.
so there i was just it was scary but given the gravity of this earth i don't imagine i don't want you to but this is a little bit more of the old stuff from. your roots or. sports or any kind of what you do anything. it's now the end of a chaotic week for the white house has been marked by a second resignation from u.s. president donald trump's of ministration the top american diplomat dealing with eisel brett mcgurk has quit a trump surprise pullout of troops from syria it follows u.s. defense secretary james mattis was also resigned over the decision a state department correspondent was in jordan as a. u.s. president donald trump made two major foreign policy decisions this week he said he's pulling seven thousand u.s. troops out of afghanistan and trump is pulling out all two thousand u.s.
service personnel from northeast syria a decision he's been defending on twitter. on syria we were originally going to be there for three months and that was seven years ago we never left when i became president isis was going wild now isis is largely defeated and other local countries including turkey should be able to easily take care of whatever remains we are coming home. defense secretary jim mattis quit in protest on thursday on saturday it was revealed that a top u.s. diplomat in charge of coordinating the fight against eisold is also quit the military mission is the enduring defeat of isis we have obviously learned a lot of lessons in the past so we know that once a physical space is defeated we can just pick up and leave this was brett mcgurk the special envoy briefing reporters on the anti eisel fight in syria under a summer eleventh mcgurk knew everyone in the region and he reportedly told
colleagues this week the president's new policy on syria would make it impossible for him to continue in his post already both congressional democrats and republicans have called trump syria decision dangerous and deployed jim matta says departure from the pentagon now those who had been fighting alongside the americans are looking to these legislators to try to change the white house's mind dear senator lindsey graham south carolina kurds in syria appreciate your strong opposition on the wrongfulness of trump's unilateral decision to withdraw from syria and your principled stance on standing by your kurdish allies the next step in fighting eisold now uncertain as the trumpet ministration declares it won't be u.s. forces and resources leading the charge rosalyn jordan al-jazeera washington. following trump's announcement there were reports of turkish troops being sent to the syrian
border turkey certain to strike kurdish y p g targets in northern syria the group was being backed by u.s. special forces in the fight against eisel from the turkish syrian border zone ahead of the polls. these syrian refugees have been living in this turkish border town for three years they say they can't return home as long as their towns and villages are controlled by the syrian armed group the why peachey while fighting eisel the why p.g. backed by the u.s. had taken control of predominantly arab and mixed areas across northern syria their residents say those territorial gains are about creating a kurdish state an accusation denied by the white peachy. feeling. in two thousand and fifteen the white b.g. enter tel aviv under the pretext of fighting isis but they forcibly displaced the autopen looted their homes they started to impose the kurdish language and what they call democracy close like preventing us from practicing religion. the y.p.
she could lose the autonomous enclave government in north eastern syria a plan to pull out of american troops will leave it vulnerable the group controls an area rich in oil and agricultural land valuable economic assets for the government and to mask this which is struggling under sanctions president bashar assad has repeatedly said he wants to retake this corner of syria either by negotiation or force the y. p.g. may be trying to cut a deal. the us is no longer planning a rapid pullout turkey has reportedly convinced president donald trump to coordinate the withdrawal also that there will be no vacuum u.s. and turkish officials will meet in washington on january eighth it seems ankara wants the enclave to be handed over to representatives of arab majority towns that have been under the control of the white. turkey believes the y.p. g. is linked to the outlawed kurdistan workers' party the p.k. k. which has been fighting for self rule in south east turkey. turkey doesn't have the
editorial ambitions in syria and they want to end the separatist project there and it wants to end the threat along its southern border it will cooperate with the syrian opposition but who will convene to give up its agenda and couplings with. a military option is still on the table president tell you border guard says a new operational strategy to eliminate both the y.p. g. and i still is being worked on turkey and the u.s. may be in agreement on what happens next but there are other players in syria including russia that will also want its interests secured. a check on the turkey syria border. iran's revolutionary guards have held military exercises in the strategic strait of hormuz which nearly a third of all oiled traded by. the annual exercises
show test combat helicopters and drones on friday the iranian army trailed a u.s. aircraft carrier in the gulf iran is under increasing pressure from the u.s. which has renewed sanctions over its nuclear program. the un team has landed in yemen to observe the departure of saudi backed government forces and who think fighters from who data the two sides agreed to a cease fire in the key port city during talks in sweden reports arriving in aden the head of a united nations monitoring mission patrick is a retired dutch general with experience of some of the world's worst conflicts the t r c sri lanka and cambodia other members of the un team touched down in yemen's capital sanaa the group will be heading to the strategic port city of the day where they're tasked with monitoring a franchise cease fire and overseeing the vital reopening of the port a gateway for food and aid supplies into a country where millions of people are in desperate need of both. the general for
sure has an expertise in this domain and we know that he will meet with the other side very soon after that god willing the mission of the observers and head data will start. in her day her life is returning to the city streets the ceasefire between saudi u.a.e. backed government forces and hutu rebels is seen as the first significant breakthrough in peace efforts since the war started in twenty fourteen and. we look forward to the ceasefire we hope it's going to be observed not only here but nationwide. and. we hope the saudi led coalition will learn a lesson after four years of war we haven't halted all retreated even if forty years pass we will never budge or abandon our basic principles of dignity freedom and independence. the monitoring mission comes a day after the un security council unanimously approved a resolution authorizing the deployment of observers to data following negotiations
in sweden the warring sides also agree to a prisoner swap of some sixteen thousand detainees. the u.n. calls yemen the world's worst humanitarian disaster has killed an estimated sixty thousand people as many as eighty five thousand children may have starved to death because. it's hope that by bringing stability to her day to. the rest of this ravaged country by eventually follow. the u.s. senate has adjourned until thursday meaning there will be no immediate end to the partial shutdown of the us government is the third one this year and means that eight hundred thousand workers won't be paid over christmas.