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they had planned to show that they support of sharia laws and islamic laws will be postponed it be said that the military council deputy head had told them that this is not the time to talk about religion and show support this is the time to try to form a transitional government of course that government has a lot of issues to be ironed out until it is formed but in the meantime protesters in front of the army headquarters are still going strong they say that they will not give up protesting in front of the army headquarters there will not call an end to their system which started on the sixth of april and till they hear that a breakthrough a real breakthrough has been reached and that there will be a civilian government in place for the transitional period libya's u.n. recognized government has warned france to stop dealing with warlord twenty five after us forces continue to lay siege to the capital tripoli and as strike by one of his helicopters killed four civilians on saturday the tripoli based government accused france of supporting haftar is advance has left more than two hundred eighty people dead there's more still to come for you on the program rescuers are
in a race against time to help people caught in fast rising floodwaters in northern mozambique and a pilot walkout is affecting the travel plans of thousands of passengers with a scandinavian airline with further disruption set to continue. hello there we've got a big old blanket of cloud that's making its way towards perth at the moment i don't think it's going to be a big rain maker but it's certainly going to drag down the temperatures on sunday perth got to thirty one degrees but it looks like we'll only be at twenty two on monday and hovering at around twenty one or twenty two over the next few days that an awful thing that we have a few showers around don't know when but this is royal really the tail end of the wet season and what a disappointing what season it's been so far as we head into tuesday we'll see that
cloud make its way towards the southeast corner of australia everyone's news even the weather is very very active hey we've had some very heavy downpours as a very strong winds as well the worst of that is pushing its way northward and for many of us it looks wet again on monday eventually that one chews day it looks like things will improve so choose they should be a good deal calmer and a good deal brighter for many of us as well if we had further north we can see for the northern parts of asia there's a fair amount of wet weather that's making its way out of china at the moment and it gets way eastward so for some of us here looks pretty wet and that rain will be edging its way towards the southern parts of japan here it is then as we head through choose a pepping up as it makes its way across the soka and towards tokyo to the north of that it's cooler forces that it will stop accepting preacher of just nine degrees. capturing a moment in time. snapshots of the. other
stories. provided attempts into someone else's work. inspiring documentaries from impassioned filmmakers and the front lines i feel like i don't know if i have the deed. witness on al-jazeera. welcome back to the top stories this hour ruling so show us how one of the most seats in spain's general election but neither the left nor the right holds a k in the charts eighty eight of pederasts entre says the only condition for forming a coalition is respecting the constitution and promoting social justice
a conservative people's policy has been dealt a serious blow this evening losing off it seats many takes out on you come out on the scene vox which is set to become the us far right with the end of this autumn and since nineteen eighty two and our other top story further talks between the sudanese opposition and the military have been postponed until monday this follows a breakthrough in talks on saturday with both sides agreeing on a joint civilian military council. well now in all the stories we're following residents in colombo have held a vigil to commemorate the victims of last week's attacks two hundred fifty three people were killed when suicide bombers targeted churches and hotels on easter sunday many christians in sri lanka have prayed at home with church services suspended across the country florence italy has more now from colombia. eat it eat a week off turkey easter sunday politics same time the nice shrine remains closed
and sunday mosques across the nation suspended because of security threats despite the bomb and intense security the faithful gappah as close to the church as they can on. the head of the catholic church in sri lanka the archbishop of colombo celebrated mass in the church in his official rest of his message of peace broadcast live on t.v. and radio contradiction. to kill someone in the name of god. the all merciful god who is the all love god who has reared my brother and mine. who vanished while we value. of service at home with her family her sister. was at st anthony's church last sunday and hasn't been seen since she holds out hope
her sister is still alive but is struggling we can pray that only women will now i don't like church anymore i don't want god my sister went to church with belief in god she had strong faith she often sets an absence will help really good to your life i've lost faith in the church. and family haven't stopped searching to say they're ready to accept any outcome this is our genies neighborhood multi-faith like a family as a mosque a few steps away and in front of that a catholic shrine at this time of the year this street and the surrounding ones should be decorated with festive flights to celebrate easter a week ago instead they've been replaced by black and white streamers. every father jude joseph of joy. was holding mass at st anthony's when the bomb exploded he survived because the bomb us at the back of the church away from the altar he says he's struggling to come to terms with the attack why inside this
would please such things would happen. usually before the mas i talk to the people . and then. as you say later to some of them. they were full of all. they were full of hope. and all of them with new dresses. my whole song families came specially in pension. to ask for. me to guard. everything. outside st anthony's survivors how to private your candles in memory of the dead and pretty piece. al-jazeera. a teenager has been charged with one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder a shooting in a california synagogue on saturday san diego county police say they don't believe nineteen year old john ernest was part of any organized crime it's also being
investigated for an awesome attack on a mosque last month has mall what we're really learning mostly comes from his own online writings a long. diatribe that the suspect had posted online it was full of the usual neo nazi jibberish lots of conspiracy theories lots of sort of braggadocio about the white race as he would call it and saying that the jews and other minorities were trying to undermine the future of europeans and people that he considered to be his people we know he was nineteen years old he said specifically in this diatribe online that he was not raised in a household full of hate he said that he had to teach himself which so course strongly indicates that he was influenced by online writings and the
the online screed is full of references to means sort of in jokes or catch phrases that are used among right wingers in these online talk channels and he also encouraged his fellow bigots to carry on other acts of hatred both online and in person. rescuers are racing to help people caught in fast rising floodwaters in northern mozambique cyclon kenniff slammed into the region on thursday flattening villages and leaving at least five people dead but heavy rain has continued since then causing flooding and mudslides many homes and streets are underwater in the port city of pember one hundred thirty people have been evacuated from there by boat. order my oh my god the first some workers knocked at the door at six in the morning and as soon as we got out of bed the water had already reached our knees we tried to wait and we tried to remove some of the water but things got worse we're going to try and buy some new codes for my daughters the younger ones are less than
two years old and everything is wet and floating in the house. it's all full we've suffered every year since twenty thirteen now or in twenty nineteen we've always been suffering. all in canada our armed forces there have been deployed after a flooding emergency was declared in eastern parts of the country tens of thousands of residents have been evacuated in ottawa and the cities of québec on taria and montreal so far flooding has caused at least two hundred seventy million dollars worth of damage prime minister justin trudeau has warned residents to expect more extreme floods due to climate change. members of the algerian diaspora in france of health protests against algeria is ruling elite for the tenth week in a row thousands of people took to the streets of paris on sunday president abdul aziz beautifully stepped down earlier this month after twenty years ruling algeria and weeks of mass demonstrations which if legal was replaced as interim president by abdul qadeer ben sala who has pledged to hold elections in july and sollars also
been facing demands by demonstrators to resign. well elsewhere turnout has been low in parliamentary elections where there's a choice of just two political parties both of which a loyal to the president the first time in thirty years there's not a single opposition candidate on the ballot five years ago voters in a small west african state could choose from twenty parties for the eighty three seats in parliament but election watchdogs ruled last month only two parties qualified this time around and through electronic was. has more from the port city of. this is a scenario that this country has never seen before people are casting their ballot for two parties and both of those parties are loyal to the president so effectively they're casting their ballot for the same cause the opposition is not present in this election because no opposition parties meets agreed now what happened was a month ago there was
a decision taken by the electoral commission that policies were able to meet all the requirements of. the new charter of political parties this election was. read by the national assembly so the fact that now only two parties to the president has been able to succeed has caused an opposition outcry there asking how can it be that an election can go ahead without any genuine opposition the president's position has been that he's left the decision to the national assembly the process is taking its course and this is the. non-governmental organizations are concerned about what this means for the democracy of this country because bernie has a very proud tradition of democracy since multi-party politics in one nine hundred ninety so for the country to find itself in this situation many watches many activists think this is a step backwards for this country. afghanistan is marking the anniversary of the
overthrow of it so the government in one thousand nine hundred two after occupation by the soviet union in the one nine hundred eighty s. what's called victory day signifies the end of russian involvement in afghanistan but thirty years on moscow's influence is returning. thousands of tibetan refugees call india's capital home despite not having access to basic social services many are recent arrivals who fled chinese oppression in tibet in the second part of our series a life displaced al-jazeera said raman made some of those tibetans in new delhi it had to adapt to life away from home. tibet and culture and drives here every day every hundred and every step every smile has a meaning generations of tibetans young and old continue to embrace and maintain their cultural heritage it's a reminder of who they are or where they're from. this is a suburb of the indian capital new delhi tibetans of the refugees here since one
nine hundred sixty four with them at that time this was open ground there was nothing here there were no street lights not even at all when we came here we lived in tents in our understanding and that of the i was there within one or two years we are going to go back to the bit indians help the with food and clothes and as the photographs show the homes were flimsy protecting them from harsh winters of blistering summers were simple brick and wood structures or tents. the community of a few hundred has turned into a few thousand this maze of alleyways is a part of a much larger community on the banks of the river you would not. the display of symbols flags and bunting defined it as tibet and the area also attracts tourists to see tibetans at work and understand their issues. have been defined as migrants are not refugees because india hasn't signed up to the one nine hundred fifty one un convention on refugees so tibetans here have been able to access the indian
welfare system so they become self-sufficient setting up their own businesses and looking for work independently but for some it's not enough. under the watchful eye of tibet's spiritual leader the dalai lama students such as tens of beauty are grateful for the educational opportunities offered the young tibetans like me those are the aspiration to go back to your own country and so they didn't . want to settle in someone's. to settle here. it's an aspiration many of the tibetan community have but it's not going away as the years pass by or tibetans around the world wherever they are they feel that they are staying somewhere but their real sense of home is their culture and identity and and most importantly driven by our hope that one day i will go back to tibet which is my home. for the moment new delhi is
a hobo away from home and for successive generations of tibetans it will continue to be so until they feel they can safely return to tibet so robin al-jazeera you delhi. tens of thousands of passengers have been stranded after scandinavian airlines s.a.'s canceled more than twelve hundred flights scheduled for monday and tuesday ellen move follows an ongoing pilot strike on a wage negotiations which shows no sign of being resolved as that explains. it's already disrupted the travel plans of thousands of passengers now a strike at scandinavian airline s.a.'s means more than twelve hundred flights scheduled for monday and tuesday a counseled the industrial action by pilots started on friday stranding more than seventy two thousand people some of those stuck at arlanda airport near the swedish capital stock home with taking it in their stride but others were distraught and french so it's always for good reason if people stopped working it's because there
is something special to to put in light i mean nods and then the atheist doesn't do anything right now and our company do anything what you can do or i meant a new stuff or you know right now i feel as though i just i want to read i want to cry over the weekend they say yes the pilots' unions and noways employees association all confirms no new talks are plans the airline which is partly owned by the swedish and danish government insists it's prepared to return to negotiations but it says agreeing to the pilot's demands for paying creases would seriously damage the company can say that he really have done everything to reach a solution to the demand that have been put on the table have been unrealistic and have seriously jeopardized the competitiveness of us but a union body representing ninety five percent of the airlines pilots in denmark norway and sweden says the disputes about much more than wages we are here to stay this we have completely unregulated working hours that is we don't know beforehand
how we will be working out if we get a few weeks in advance and the strike at s.a.'s isn't affecting flights operated by its partners which make up roughly thirty percent of departures but that'll be little comfort to the thousands of would be travelers trying to find a plan b. . al-jazeera. well much more on everything we're covering including plenty of background and analysis on our top story this evening that election in spain. also a quick recap of our top stories the ruling socialists have won the most seats in spain's general election that neither the left or the right holds a clear majority leader pedro sanchez says the only condition for forming a coalition is respecting the constitution and promoting social justice.
the. spaniards have said maybe messages today we have sent a message of what we do not want we do not want to go back we want to country to look forward into the future we have also sent a message to europe and the ruled that we have won and rejected all thought terrorism meanwhile political newcomer vox party is set to become the first far right group to enter the spanish parliament since nine hundred eighty two. there was no doubt we will fight even harder this is only the beginning we told you we will start reconquering and we are initiating that conquering with a presence in congress vox is here to stay in our all the headlines further talks between sudanese opposition groups in the military have been perspire on until monday the two sides had been due to meet again on sunday after announcing the formation of a joint council late on saturday night it will leave the country until elections
are eventually held protests as hoped that will pave the way for a civilian government. a teenager has been charged with one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder after a shooting in a california synagogue on saturday san diego county police say they don't believe nineteen year old john earnest was part of any organized group is also being investigated for an arson attack on a mosque last month. libya's un recognized government has warned france to stop dealing with warlord honey for after after us forces continue to lay siege to the capital tripoli and as drive by one of his helicopters killed four civilians on saturday his advances left more than two hundred eighty people dead. and residents in colombo have held a vigil to commemorate the victims of last week's attacks ensure lanka at least two hundred fifty three people were killed when suicide bombers target churches and hotels on easter sunday many christians in the country have prayed at home with church services suspended across the country iraq today with all of our top stories
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