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the way his possessions were inside. the water went down he's been searching here for them he found something else instead as we get closer this is a terrible smell not another dead goat or cow but the body of his four year old neighbor. where i found the body all searching for my things somebody recognized the boy his family is in a camp nearby i want to go and tell them that people here say it's the worst i claim to hit mozambique in living memory. down the road survivors gather to receive food no one here is eaten for days. government relief workers have brought some rice and flour but the village administrator tells people it's not nearly enough. that. the people in this area lost everything we don't have houses we don't have food we don't have clothes we have nothing we need help all i have is the clothes i'm wearing. and families given barely enough for one day. the
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government says it needs foreign support for the months ahead everyone here will depend on it to survive another major problem in the camps and the village is now health and sanitation many of the villages even where the water has receded like the ones in the story we just saw still very wet the grounds will silt pools of water of course with all the structures destroyed totally destroyed then it's a very high risk of color or other water borne diseases and these are places that didn't have a great deal of infrastructure or health care services initially and now that all of those have been destroyed there's a lot of water everywhere increases the risk that something that the u.n. has warned of also stagnant pools of water increase the risk of malaria as well because they're right ground for most to breed so before things anything like back to normal which is really going to take quite a long time and definitely
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a high risk of disease for those affected communities as hundreds of thousands of people across central missouri career in conditions like the ones we just saw in the story that. thank you for that. well in mozambique alone four hundred seventeen people have been confirmed dead tony burke anywhere's with one community in take out as aids finally arrived. was they are the survivors of cycle own when we carteret struck they are still desperate and hungry but this center just outside the area they were expecting food supplies they got a few packets of biscuits the really bad god that the flooding happened a week ago and this is the first help we have had just biscuits we are struggling to survive because everything was destroyed. water still holds claim to much of
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software the province driving from beer you can see the vast area that has become an inland sea homes destroyed others left isolated. aid and rescue operations are focusing on the hard hit communities with larger populations but returns of thousands of others living in smaller more isolated pockets they are out of sight out of mind three families live in this small hut new tika seventy kilometers north of beera the cyclon destroyed their huts and crops they now survive on bananas and maize maria's home was demolished when the psycho struck she thought she was going to die. that often anyone in it would when i saw the danger to the first thing i did was to protect myself and my son i couldn't stop the water stripping away our clothes blankets and everything is gone we're suffering. water levels are dropping after two days of relatively good weather but the damage left behind
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is hampering aid efforts up until three days ago this whole area and this road was completely devastated by the cyclonic covered in water it made passage impossible come along these roads it shows you how difficult delivering any kind of meaningful way by road will be the main focus is by air people being rescued by helicopter but that's only making a small fraction of a difference. many of the dirt track roads in the countryside have been seriously affected aid is trickling in but the death count is rising and the risk of disease and illness is increasing by the day we're sitting on a ticking bomb as well as what are some additional major news concerns and cholera outbreak you know is there a reality you know that we would love to be the ready to face malaria is an american already thought in this country and the depreciation and bond that abilities that people are facing anyway because of the socio economic situation of mozambique will be further exacerbated and tibet will be leaving you know to many
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more crises. for many people in this region life was tough before cyclon eat ice truck is becoming even harder they will probably recover eventually but it could take a long long time tony berkeley al-jazeera tika central mozambique. plenty more ahead on the news hour including still under wraps us democrats call for them earlier report on russia's alleged role in the twenty six thousand presidential election to be made public plus are sold down people sort of. just sort of randomly shooting everyone lucky to be alive survivors returned to the christ church mosque a week after a gunman killed fifty of their fellow worshipers and christchurch frame a super rugby team returned to action after the last shootings and consider changing their team name to peter we'll have the details in sports.
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going to take you to france now where yellow vests demonstrators are rallying for the nineteenth consecutive weekends police have banned protesters from. in paris after rioters destroyed businesses last week so the protesters have been gathering at another famous paris man mark this is more modest military units have been deployed to help protect the city the government has warned that it will react severely against any new outbreaks of violence david chaytor has an interest in paris. six thousand police officers have been deployed across paris to reinforce their zero tolerance of what they call hooliganism and here on the seans elisei the tactic appears to have worked they've had two drones in the air for the first time
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sending a live video streams to the police to make sure they can keep this area a no go zone for the yellow vests but at the same time there has been a peaceful demonstration on the way to march by the yellow vests there is a division inside the movement between those who come from outside paris who tend to be very very angry and those from paris itself who've got a very different approach so that demonstration has taken place without any any real instance of tall only several arrests have been made but in and around this area but on the march to march it has been generally peaceful so no sign of the the disorder that we saw in paris last saturday this time the l a vest have been determined to make a peaceful demonstration to show they have nothing to do with the so-called ultra
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radicals who caused the violence here last weekend. what's being called the people's votes march is underway in london to demand a second referendum organizers are hoping to be the three quarters of a million protesters seen at last year's event paul brennan is amongst the crowds in london joins us now live on the news hour just how big are the crowds on the streets of london today paul and what are these protesters hoping to achieve. it's a big crowd size difficult to estimate at the moment the aerial view certainly look to they are as large as the big march that took place on suppressive march back to october of last year which was. the most right seven hundred thousand people as far as the eye can see here but there hasn't been an official estimate yet now what they're asking for though is for people's votes essentially that whatever political agreements or not no agreement is made between now and april twelfth the most
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pressing deadline. that the people should be asked their opinion on the deal but the politicians have done what they say that the referendum struck process was the wrong way round that the referendum should have followed the political outcome of the negotiations and the unhappy with the way that the government has gone about its business over the past two and a day so that is the sentimentality we have the mood here optimistic and right. tom i have to say that the p.a. system is not the loudest so that's why people are quiet trying to listen to it to make it to to make out what they're actually saying on the stage but the atmosphere is very calm and tell all of this this will this have an impact on the backs of process on the political process itself. yeah it's a difficult question as to just how much impact it will have as i said in previous house two thousand and three big answer here march got to stop saying prime
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minister tony blair taken in case of war in iraq and it's instructive i think that the prime minister through some a is not in london she's going to a country house of checkers and the leader of the opposition jeremy corbyn has decided not to attend this march he's going to campaign in more can we were hoping to hear from his deputy tom watson i haven't seen him on the stage even though he was bill and it looks like labor moving towards the idea of people's votes at some point towards the end of the process but the will of the protesters on the march is here is not necessarily being taken up with food a lot of enthusiasm by the politicians inside the parliament so it remains to be seen just how big an impact this will have i think the biggest impact there will be to contradict a recent may when on. she said that she was for the people she was on the people side the hashtag that's been developing on social media as you know on my site and i think the people here are expressing the idea that when you talk about the british people it's not one hundred marginalized grouping to receive
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a claim to represent it's rather more nuanced and divided than the prime minister makes out thank you for that paul brennan reporting there live from the streets of london as you can imagine this story is huge on social media was hundreds of thousands live tweeting from the march south iraq is here to tell us more about thank you funny. there's been a couple of hash tanks that have been trending and some of those are put it to the people that's one of those and people's vote is the second hash tag the third one that's also quite known as that's been trending is revoked article fifty now you'll know that this is one of those. that's been trending a lot on the actually the petition that's gone out has four million people that have signed that petition and it's one of those petitions has actually gone viral in just three days and we'll hear from someone that mentions the petition who's quite well known from the march so here we are at the beginning of the people's
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vote march put it to the people and we were just looking at the petition which is just now going over who point one million yeah. reading it it is the largest government petition ever in history and it has smashed through in no time so like i was just saying on the facebook video that we did if you're at home if you can come along to this meet up with all of us in march just you have a mission today which is to get that event. now people have also been sharing pictures themselves on coaches they're now they're making their way from across the country through to london and the hash tag for that is p.v. road trip videos have also been uploaded mapping those journeys. when. nine total an estimated one hundred and eighty coaches from across the united kingdom have headed to the march some travelling long distances of people of all ages able to do so because it's the first day of course of the weekend now some
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have gone to great lengths of chance ring a private train especially to transport marches from different areas into the capital. for. you one thing. now there are two competing videos being shared by the british population on social media of course depending on which camp you're in now let's take a look first at remain. you
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also get families campaign in a moment but while they remain much is taking place in london some break that says already holding their own council rally however the people have been comparing making comparisons on twitter and terms of the size of course the bronx it is a lot smaller than those. in london it might be too soon to say that because those in the leaf camp holding their own big rally in london see on the twenty ninth so i will watch a space for you in the meantime though has that leverage i mentioned earlier that's being shed on social media.
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still ahead on this al-jazeera news hour i'm scott hardware in bangkok as thailand readies itself for its first election since the two thousand and fourteen who many feel that a new government won't reflect our turn to democracy that story coming up also ahead the exhibition bearing silent witness to violence against native american women and just six weeks after being released from prison a former bahraini footballer makes his return to the pitch peter will have those details in sports to stay with us. it's good to have you back here cross the vod we are watching
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a very stormy situation here that's making its. way out of egypt we have an area of low pressure that is just down here and by the time we get to sunday that is going to start to make its way up here towards the northeast and look at all the rain as well as the winds and even snow up here towards parts of turkey so this is going to be a very messy situation we are going to see rain down from quite city up towards baghdad aleppo is going to be rain tehran the rain is going to be on the increase for you and then as we go from sunday into monday notice that rain really stays in the area expands across much of the region and we do start to get some very windy conditions particular down here towards the south where it is going to be mostly cloudy but in those clouds we could see some imbedded rain as well so that means across parts of northern saudi arabia as well as into quaid over here towards bahrain we're going to be seeing possibly some rain in those clouds continuing as we go towards monday but the temperatures for doha thirty degrees for you and then very quickly across parts of africa good news for mozambique a lot of that rain is beginning to make its way towards the north so for central
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mozambique we do expect to see some clear skies over the next few days good news there up towards the north though it is going to be rainy across parts of madagascar it's going to be rainy as well over towards durban tempters going a few with a temperature of thirty. b. gyp's first democratically elected president ousted and held incommunicado since two thousand and thirteen events shrouded in secrecy so power change hands as the military seize control from its commander in chief for the first time al-jazeera reveals exclusively what happened behind closed doors directly from those who witnessed it firsthand more see the final hours on al-jazeera when the news breaks on the story bill six million children in syria have been affected by war when people need to be heard. and the story needs to be told
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people are telling us that there's no medicine there are not enough syringe and al jazeera has teams on the ground u.s. air power alone is not enough to bring you more will be telling documentaries and live news on air and. you're watching the news on al-jazeera with me fully back to a reminder of our top stories u.s. forces in syria say they have taken the last pocket of land held by iso following weeks of fighting the syrian democratic forces have raised to fly in. aid agencies
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say they are running out of time to reach survivors and stop the spread of disease more than a week after a cycle and hit southern africa more than seven hundred people have died in mozambique zimbabwe and malawi and the death toll is expected to rise and huge crowds on the streets of london for what's being called the people's vote march protesters are demanding a second referendum organizers are hoping to be the three quarters of a million protesters at last year's event. where activists are expected to hold protests against a visit by brazil's president. is meeting his chilean counterparts in santiago a lot in america at its embassy in yemen is in sontag a force joins us now live on the news hour why has. such controversy in chile. hello foley well president his reputation certainly precedes him he is well known
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for his often miss organist an anti gay comments and that certainly does not make him very popular here in chile but in this country there is something else and that is the fact that president has long been an admirer of this country's former military dictator pinochet he has said as much he has called him somebody with dignity somebody who saved this country from communism and so his visit here has sparked already protests out on the streets and the fact that it happened exactly as a court here in chile has just sentenced eleven members of the military to prison sentences for one of the most emblematic cases of human rights violations during the dictatorship and that was in one thousand nine hundred six when tool young people were burned alive by soldiers so here at the luncheon which is going to begin in about an hour at the presidential palace where i am right now there are going to be a far less people are all guests showing up for this official luncheon because for
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example the president of chile lower and upper house have said that they're not going to be coming because they believe the bull scenario is a bad example for chile and he will be meeting the chilean president and i imagine the crisis in venezuela will feature high on the agenda of their talk sports narrow comes to chile having visited president trump in washington just a few days ago what are he enjoyed president saying about efforts to force venezuela's president nicolas maduro. yes that's right fortunato and presidents have a stamping it up chile ours are some of the harshest critics of president nicolas maduro and they're they've just been meeting that meeting is ending now they're going to be giving a news conference they'll probably be talking about venezuela too but they've always said in public that their main thrust is to have a diplomatic solution to the crisis and yet when president bush so not all met with president trump it was noted it was stated that president trump had again repeated
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that all options are on the table and when we asked also not over here what that meant whether he agreed with that he said that he could not discuss publicly what had been talked about in private with president trump so it's a rather ambiguous answer especially after and why are global so not or who is the president's son said here in chile publicly just yesterday that he believes that two nor later they're going to have to use force to get president nicolas maduro out it's only human life for us in santiago chile thank you very much for that in the united states democrats are demanding their release the immediate release of the long awaited similar reports which has been delivered to the u.s. attorney general present donald trump has announced what he called the witch hunt investigation and denies colluding with russia to get elected mike hanna has more from washington. it was in middle of to noon that recently appointed attorney general william barr received special counsel robert miller's long awaited report.
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national counsel robert muller has submitted his long awaited report no more indictments coming from the special counsel and you said i waited two years for this is terrible around four thirty five pm white house lawyers were notified and about half an hour after that this letter was delivered to the judiciary committees of house and senate an official notification from william barr that the report was in his hands the attorney general added that he'd be consulting with his deputy as well as special come. to determine what other information from the report can be released to congress and the public. but democratic party leaders insist the complete trip or should be made available to congress it's imperative for mr baur to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation in findings to congress the million vista geisha and has already led to criminal charges being
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laid against more than thirty individuals at least six of them within trumps in a circle of one stage or another a senior justice official is being quoted as saying that the special counsel does not invision any further indictments but this does not mean an end to the matter there are a number of investigations into criminal activity around the two thousand and sixteen elections as well as into the question of whether president trump obstructed justice or suborned perjury in some cases these intersect the investigation and also at bonce it they are congressional investigations counterintelligence operations and a number of cases being investigated by federal prosecutors in new york and other parts of the country robert mueller may have completed his report but a number of other investigations are just getting underway mike hanna al-jazeera washington. and andy gallagher joins us now live from west palm beach in florida
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and any reaction from the president. well so far thunderous silence saturday mornings it's a very well the president likes to take to twitter or did so last weekend attacking the deceased senator john mccain but nothing yet is taking to the golf course this morning he's now we're told by mara lago surrounded by his legal team and two press secretaries all this of course is in the hands of the attorney general william barwell waiting for his principal conclusion and he wants to release that possibly as soon as today so in the next few hours we may get that the big question is just how much of this report will be released that's something the democrats are demanding already they want to see the entire report released to the american public in the interests of transparency something that william bar the attorney general has said himself but the public may not get the entire report there are certain rules in the department of justice that means some of them will report may
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be redacted but that principle conclusion is something that everyone's waiting here on tenterhooks and so far nothing at all from president donald trump although we know there will be no further indictment so i guess a sigh of relief at the white house that the president is close family including jared and erik trunk jr will not face any charges but this is far from over as mike and i was just reporting yeah it is far from over so what happens next then with the investigation. well i think we're going to see another battle unfold given how much or how little of the moller report will be released the democrats clearly want to see all of it that may not happen but of course the other investigations going on in the southern district of new york there's an investigation going on there other investigations into trump's other interests but what might be key to what comes out of the model report is the narrative that it puts forward because
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collusion in and of itself is not a crime but there may already there's talk of democrats subpoenaing. to give evidence before them because he may have gone along other channels and there may be other courses for investigation so i think what we'll see over the next few days is a new battle over how much of this report has been released and what further investigations might be going ahead in the future thank you for that and began again live for us in west palm beach florida and new zealand the two mosque same christ church attacks just over a week ago have reopened police say they have finished their investigations into inside the honor and men would mosques and have hand and handed them back to the muslim community andrew thomas was invited inside the honor mosque the first to have been attacked. it has been eight days since the al nord mosco was attacked police have examined and photographed the scene and taken out the bodies builders
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have ripped out the carpets and repainted the walls at the gates people continue to pay their respects leaving flowers and messages of support forty one people were shot and killed here just over a week later the al not a mosque has now been handed back to a muslim community still coming to terms with the tragedy that happened in a mosque they should have been safe here and ninety three year old boy he would have just begun plain war. you know when we hear noises and stuff we just sort of oh yeah what's going on and don't think that it's a gunman on the loose. it's just hard to say what how i was praying in the mosque when the gunman came in this was his first time back i fell down people started falling on me. and she just came in or they just started randomly shooting everyone i was since i was underneath the bodies that were going to get to me and then i stayed he went out it's still in get up. he came back in and it was
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a silence because almost no one was saying anything and it was it was like crazy you know and then i heard shots coming on from the fire inside the mosque there was also here's what it was like ok just a stop to stay calm and then suddenly you should come and shoot really close to me there was a really not a fear in my heart and who's our phones were ringing and you find them and i would shoot them. i could feel the blood over here is from the other person and i have to also feel the shots they were hitting the other bodies in front of me to feel the pressure of the bullet i think it was there was a hole they were easily hit me then suddenly for two or three minutes ok it was you know because they couldn't hear is what's up because of the carpet and they would come and shoot in front of me again it was another shocker and they literally threw the state would do it at shots. every ten minutes in groups of fifteen leaders let people in the yard and. there's now no physical sign of the horrors of
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eight days ago no blood no obvious bullet holes and virtually no noise. inside it looks and smells as though every wall has been freshly painted this coverings over all the carpets and the people inside are either standing in quite contemplation. or the price for what a mosque reopening is the first time he's felt at peace in days it's mean and horrific week of things a lot of the last of the last showed five bodies as well i'm happy that i could get that chance but also i'm sad as well that i've lost most of my circle of lost really close what was was very yes last i heard of major was a little. across the road in the park where this week's friday prayers were held a game of cricket the sound of bats on ball is the sound of christ church slowly moving on. andrew thomas al-jazeera cross church. in china the number of
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people killed in thursday's chemical factory explosion has risen to sixty four nearly one hundred people are seriously injured and dozens remain unaccounted for residents in yung chang a coastal area north of shanghai are seeking government compensation to repair their damaged homes the explosion was so powerful it shattered windows several kilometers away. india has banned a prominent pro independent school be an indian administered kashmir as part of a crackdown on dissent in the region the government accuses the general kashmir liberation front of raising money for armed groups it was previously banned in the one nine hundred ninety s. but was allowed to operate again after it made down on turns to politics. pakistan has been showing off its military might as part of a national day celebrations regional tensions between india and pakistan remain high following last month's suicide attack in disputed kashmir that left dozens of
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indian soldiers dead and escalated into a major standoff between the two nuclear powers. report from islamabad. back to turned crude unrealistic. during. a nuclear capability. and a fly past by pakistan's own seventeen fight their belt in collaboration with china . the malaysian prime minister dr martin mohamad the guest of honor on this occasion i was there by john's defense minister bahrain's chief of army staff and omani officials also attending contingent from other by john bahrain china saudi arabia and turkey also took part in the parade alongside pakistan's armed forces the big difference i can see is that in the last one there were very few to presentation from the muslim world and this time there were many countries
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like bread and turkey and the more saudi arabia saw the troll basically the muslim friend across the globe today was an excellent event but just the army has done an excellent job here before out of afghanistan pakistan and iran and especially as. many see today displayed evidence of pakistan's growing influence in the area one more important thing is this that in the backdrop of the terrorism manners that pakistan was facing for the last ten twelve years and this pakistan day parade was cancelled many times so this pakistan day is particularly important in the backdrop of the recent skirmishes or problems in india and pakistan and this day which are usually being used to showcase pakistan's military prowess and military muscle on the international perspective it is also important we are now emerging in not trying times of economy but also from different national nations international
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politics international sports and international quite a nation better troopers from other by john bahrain saudi arabia and syria long took part in a free fall jump. turkish buyers sure disc is the next sixteen fighting game but it was china aircraft which stole the show and added color to the display of aerial arrow back to. the president of pakistan or if. the country desired peace in the region but warns the quest for peace should not be mistaken as a sign of weakness that could have been in response to a greeting from the indian prime minister in which he said it's time for the people of the subcontinent to work together for democracy and peace so despite the words just big the message from the parade was clear that pakistan was ready and able to retaliate against any aggression and that it has powerful friends and the region.
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that al-jazeera islamabad. millions of people in thailand are getting ready to vote in the first election since a military coup five years ago but critics say the current military rulers are ensuring they won't be a democratic government whatever the result for our own story is in chiang mai in northern thailand. chiang mai northern thailand can be considered a political stronghold of thompson shinawatra thompson and his sister are former prime ministers of this country who were ousted either in a crew or by the courts over the last fifteen years and despite living in self-imposed exile they are still a strong political force they draw their support mainly from the rural population in the north and northeast parts of the country who remain grateful to thompson for giving them access to cheaper health care and agricultural subsidies but over the last five years with the military government in charge it has put in place a constitution and electoral rules that give it an inbuilt advantage including
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capping the number of seats a party can win in an election now critics say this is to prevent another comeback by thompson whose parties have not lost an election since two thousand and one now on the eve of the election an english language newspaper has described this election as a contest that is neither we nor fair despite this we are anticipating a high voter turnout in early voting that took place last week the great eighty seven percent and for cost us are taking that as an indication that the turnout rate for sunday is going to be high as well people are keen to take part in this election when the military took over in a coup in two thousand and fourteen it had promised to hold polls within a year or two and people have been waiting for nearly five years now to cost the vote. an exhibition of thirty five red dresses at a museum in washington d.c. is highlighting crimes against native american women they are ten times more likely
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to be men. then the u.s. national average the oddest jamie block hopes a new exhibit at the smithsonian prevents more women going missing. and my name is jamie black and i am the artist behind the red dress projects and it's an installation art project where i'm missing and murdered indigenous women girls but i really wanted to bring forth and bring forward and create a space for indigenous women's voices through doing this work and really breaking the silence around the violence women are experiencing but also creating a space to talk about our power and and the ways we want to move forward as as communities read as a really powerful and spiritual and ceremonial color for many cultures across the world it's to me it's the color of life blood and so it's really about our power and our sacredness as women but it's also you know it also leads to the violence that women are experiencing in the spilling of the sacred blood since the onset of
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colonization in indigenous communities and settlers have had a fraud and violent relationship. really based on a theory sure of indigenous places and so i think that you know indigenous women have always been the center of community and culture and they're in direct opposition to this this colonial encroachment and i really make it make the link between violence against indigenous women and indigenous women standing up to maintain culture and community in the face of colonisation. i think the power of art is really it speaks to people's hearts and i think that people you know when they when they walk by these dresses they feel the presence next to them and they can't erase that feeling and that connection and it really opens up a space for us to educate and talk to people about what's going on if they don't know but it also offers a space of mourning and a space to for families to come and connect their loved ones and see that we are
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supporting you know them. still ahead on al-jazeera tumble gone wrong you don't have one sport from the gymnastics walk up here in doha. up to. russia.
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and. fully thank you very much we'll start with then eventful night in spain where macy's argentina suffered a shock to feats of venezuela but then venezuela's coach threatened to quit claim the team was being used politically messy missed six internationals after going
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into self-imposed exile when argentina were knocked out of the world cup in his way the one this friendly three one and messi finished up with injured growing but they was action off the pitch as well that's because venezuela coach. threatened to resign after this visit from an official representing opposition leader one guy dog before friday's game in madrid venezuela is in the midst of a power struggle between guide oh and the president nicolas maduro a comedy cellar when we said bracy in day i spoke to the vice president after the game and i've left my position at their disposal i've done it because i've noticed that during all this time we have been swimming in dirty water because we are very politicised it's been almost six weeks since former bahraini footballer hakimullah raby was released from prison in thailand and he's just made a successful return to the pitch day we came on as a substitute for ease of strain in team pascoe vale in there to know when the south
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melbourne he was arrested in bangkok in november while on honeymoon and threatened with extradition to bahrain despite having refugee status in australia he has since been given australian citizenship. here's a marina says he wants to be back in club management by the start of next season the portuguese is hoping to reestablish he's reputation as one of the world's best coaches of being sacked by manchester united in december i know exactly what i don't want that's the reason why i had to say already two three or four. different offers i had to say no and i know what i want in terms of not just a specific club but the nature of the job the dimension of the job i know what i want the first round of qualifiers for next year's european championships continues this saturday one of them has been coming up to full time georgia losing to
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switzerland italy kick off later hoping to get back on track after missing the world cup last year for asian nations have been playing a tournament to prepare themselves for next year's world cup qualifiers afghanistan and malaysia met on saturday to the side place of the emery cap the afghans taking the lead through pfizer show us the long range in kuala lumpur but malaysia had an even better one obviously this is the short squat to fight back to the agency to. christchurch a super rugby team the crusaders played its first match since fifty people were killed in the mosque shooting last week the nine time champions held a minute of silence alongside the words of players ahead of the game in sydney and went on to lose for the first time in twenty games though because of the shooting the crusaders are considering changing the name because of its association with the medieval religious wars between christians and muslims. novak djokovic is up
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and running in his attempt to win a record seventh title at the miami open world number one beat bernard tomic in straight sets on friday it's the sixth time he's beaten the australian in as many. but it wasn't a good day for indian wells champion domany team the third seed was knocked out by birds or catch six or six moves this was a first top five win for the place. so we didn't rebecca peterson put eight time miami open jan he's really williams to work at twenty three time grand slam champion lost the second set six one but overcame the dip in form to closure. in the n.b.a. john assented to come back for the mobile he backs up to missing two games for an injury the team took on the miami heat in the first quarter largely because of
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density composed eleven points in the second quarter entity composed down hurting his ankle again but he returned shortly after the eventual twenty seven points in trading eight minutes taking he seemed to one hundred sixteen eighty seven when. the brooklyn nets eliminated the los angeles lakers strong playoff contention with a one hundred any leavened one hundred six victory will miss the playoffs for a franchise record sixth straight season despite the arrival of le bron james is fell just short of the eighty first career double. australia's cricketers beat pakistan in their first one day international in the u.a.e. chasing two hundred eighty one to win an australian captain aaron french school the same true in sharjah marshall so finished up with an unbeaten mind he won as australia beat pakistan by eight wickets with over its. gymnasts vying for gold at the world cup in doha but it didn't go well. for
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no this is al jazeera live from doha for me back to the war also ahead i saw his last bastion falls in syria at us bank forces and now in control of the town of. fears of disease in mozambique and zimbabwe a week after struck the region aid agencies warn they are running out of time to reach survivors plus a fold down people sort of falling on that. issue just came in or they just sort of randomly shooting everyone lucky to be alive survivors returned to the christ church mosque a week after a gunman killed fifty up their fellow worship. huge crowds across britain's capitol for what's being called the people's votes march they are demanding a second referendum organizers are hoping to be the three quarters of a million protesting. event and speak to paul brennan who is amongst the crowds in
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london for us so just how big are these protests today in london and what are the demonstrators hoping to achieve. while certainly hundreds of thousands of turned out today it's an open question as to whether they've managed to match the figures from last year that the organizers certainly think they have from the stage over my shoulder they've been saying that they believe it's in excess of a million people the crowd in parliament square here has been very good naturedly listening to a series of speeches from politicians it's interesting that the prime minister is not here she's at her country. the labor leader the opposition leader. is campaigning in the north of england so he's not here either but his deputy tom watson did come to the stage and in a kind of developments of opposition labor party policy has actually said that whatever deal comes through must be put to people's vote that's more of an endorsement for a people's vote the labor has previously gone to before and we're going to. north
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korea glass is a spanish teacher from barcelona thank you very colorfully attired. seven why your here what is your protest well i would like. to think of fifty's revival and when you look from the outside you're a spanish citizen working living here for sixteen years you told me here in the u.k. when you look at what's happened in the past two years even in the past two months what do you think i just can't believe i never thought. up here. i don't know i'm just. going to live in a recent poll said that british people feel that the bracks issue has damaged the country's reputation around the world particularly in europe but what do you think about people at a time when they think they should be focusing on more important issues that are
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happening around the world then why are they with that plus we're doing all of the things that happen in the world that should take much more. interestingly because your responses and you wouldn't get the people you would be part of a people's vote would you know i would want you still campaigning for me and for britain to have the rights to actually decide yes yes yes it's a great thing because i couldn't vote but i'm hoping that with all the information that this. may change if there was a referendum which i hope that we're going to thank you very much indeed thank you for us speeches will continue for about another hour you can see the sense of is it good natured of the guards sometimes rude but certainly a lot of humor around but the determination underneath it all is that they really want these people's votes whatever the final bricks and what will it make a difference how will this demonstration have an impact on the process on the
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political process. big marches in the past haven't i think in two thousand and three in the antiwar iraq march to stop tony blair going to war in iraq i think the feeling here is that they want to make themselves heard but the forty eight percent the french have to remain back in two thousand and sixteen have been ignored by the political class in the u.k. it's been kind of a winner takes all situation i went through some i came out of weapons there and said look i'm on your side meaning i'm on the people side the m.p.c. really working. these people here say no we're not on our side of her size. and i want to make that absolutely clear that britain is not some homogenized people there is a variety of opinions and the glue that should be put back to test out opinion again is another referendum paul brennan in london thank you. in other world news u.s. banks forces in syria have held a parade after declaring victory in beigels the last i saw held town in northeast
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syria the syrian democratic forces raised their flag in the town after what they called the one hundred percent territorial defeat of the armed group and elimination of its so-called caliphates the u.s. envoy to syria called the defeat a crushing strategic blow to i saw but warned the armed groups remains a threat child before some beirut it would seem that the last piece of territory of what once was a much larger entity the self-styled or self-proclaimed caliphate as the. comic states have described it. reduced to gradually as the different parties different groups from the kurdish fighters on the ground through the turkish backed free syrian army to the russians internationally together with the americans or united to essentially defeat the group now whether that do graphical defeats in terms of the lack of existence of them controlling any ground will be translated into the actual defeat of the entity the organization of the movement of eyes
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obviously we'll wait and see but in terms of actual presence on the ground in syria or iraq it would appear that the islamic state no longer controls a new land whatsoever joshua landis is director of the center for middle east studies at the university of oklahoma he says it's the syrian kurds who stand to lose as the u.s. prepares for a military withdrawal. the turks clearly want the united states to leave everybody wants us to leave except for the kurds and of course the the. the non kurds the arabs in this northern region many of whom support the kurds now the question is will they go slow i think that everybody including syrian government and the turkish government will keep a lid on any invasion until they see the american troops withdrawing they want to confirm to us withdraw because any dramatic action right now would provoke the
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united states to remain there i don't believe the kurds will trust the us side regime to give any long term guarantees there might be short term guarantees there could be guarantees on on autonomy for cultural reasons like the language and so forth radio but as for military autonomy i don't think the syrian regime intends to get military autonomy a gun battle has gone on for hours in somalia's capital mogadishu after an attack on government buildings and earlier bombing killed at least seven people including a deputy labor minister and they say the explosion happened at the ministry of labor and there was a second blast nearby. aid agencies say they are running out of time to reach survivors and stop the spread of disease more than a week after a cycle in swept across southern africa the number of people killed in mozambique alone has risen to more than four hundred malcolm webb went to sassoon dangar
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district where some of the villages were among the hardest hits. it's not easy to get to armando jacoby's home. so he claimed he die cut off many parts of central mozambique he turned his mates fields to mud behind it left nothing of his house. and it took his aunt uncle and two nephews and. those who managed to swim across the river others were washed away we climbed trees and stayed there for four days without food those who grew too weak just fell down into the water it is god that saved us it's villages like armando's on riverside planes that have been hardest hit this is all that remains of one of our monday's neighbor's homes they had several hearts in this compound another one was here all that's left is the sticks just a few days ago the water level was about twice as high as i am and his neighbors
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survived by climbing these trees many more people from this village still missing across the river we met on tenure. his house was swept away all his possessions were inside. the water went down he's been searching here for them he found something else instead as we get close this is a terrible smell not another dead goat or cow but the body of his four year old neighbor. where i found the body all searching for my things somebody recognized the boy his family is in a camp nearby i want to go and tell them that people here say it's the worst i claim to hit mozambique in living memory. down the road survivors gather to receive food no one hears even for days government relief workers have brought some rice and flour. but the village administrator tells people it's not nearly enough.
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the people in this area lost everything we don't have houses we don't have food we don't have clothes we have nothing we need help all i have is the clothes i'm wearing. and families given barely enough food for one day. the government says it needs foreign support. for the months ahead everyone here will depend on it to survive. al-jazeera says and then the district mozambique said ahead on. the french capital as protesters i want to keep away from. us last. report on russia. and the twenty six thousand presidential election to be made public.
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hello again welcome back we're here across china we are seeing some rain that's making its way towards the east of the next couple of days that rain is going to be a problem anywhere from one all the way down here towards the south the east is not going to look too bad here on sunday a little bit cooler than what we saw last week we saw into the twenty's but now we're talking about the teens and as we go towards monday a lot of the rain does make its way towards the east so for joe sixteen degrees and the rain is going to be on the increased as well hong kong though not looking too bad with a temperature of twenty one here across much of india the temperatures are on the rise we are looking ahead of the monsoon season and those temperatures are going to get from the mid to the high thirty's across much of the area that per at thirty seven going up to about thirty eight degrees as we go towards monday and then stormy conditions expected across the gulf particularly the northern part of the gulf over the next few days here in doha we're going to be starting off here on sunday at about twenty eight degrees but as we go towards monday it is going to be
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the warmest temperature we see all season we're going to be hitting thirty degrees winds coming out of the south and we are going to be seeing a cloudy day across much.


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