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tv   NEWS LIVE - 30  Al Jazeera  March 24, 2018 7:00am-7:34am +03

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april on al-jazeera from the stories beyond the headlines faultlines examines the u.s. has role in the world's fifty years since the death of martin luther king we examine the impact of his assassination and the state of race relations in the u.s. today the award winning show thrives returns for another season with stories about solutions to some of the greatest manmade environmental problems as the first meeting since the bridge that vote is set to take place in the u.k. we examine how relevant the commonwealth is today between corporate and public interests up to the last drop unveils the longstanding rule for water in europe april on al-jazeera. more details emerge about the twenty six year old attacker and southern france who killed three people and took others hostage.
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i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera life and also coming up they rebel group the second largest rebel group strikes a.t.l. to leave eastern good after with seven tense bombardment by the syrian government. some bob boys former first lady grace mugabe has employed hated in a massive illegal ivory smuggling ring. and the offices of cambridge analytic are searched as part of the investigation into alleged misuse of facebook data. base in southern france have been searching the home of a gunman who killed three people in a series of attacks the man hijacked a car and shot at police officers before taking hostages at a supermarket in the town of tre he was shot dead by police reports.
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as police investigated the scene in the town of type in southwest france a clearer picture began to emerge of the man who had killed three people and wounded more than a dozen others in a shooting rampage in three locations before he was killed by police the paris prosecutors said twenty six year old red to one locked him was born in morocco but lived locally and had become radicalized pyramid to determine. the man went to the supermarket. and stated he was a soldier of ice and ready to die for syria he was asking for their brothers before shooting a customer a member of staff and they both died instantly in two thousand and seventeen he was under surveillance but there's no songs of indicating he would carry a terrorist attack. the attack took place in three stages first encounter the gunman carjacked a white opel car wounding the driver and killing his passenger then stealing caucus
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on the gunman shot and wounded one of a group of four police officers who out jogging in the street it was only thin that the gunman drove eight kilometers to the town of type where he attacked a supermarket took hostages and killed two more victims the violence has shaken people across the community it was. true i took cover because he saw me and then he followed me with a knife perhaps he had no more bullets left as i did what anyone else would do i manage to get out through an emergency exit french president emmanuel makkal had been in brussels at a european summit as news of the attack came through after returning to paris he said france continue to be under threat. for some years we have paid the price in blood in order to discover the cost of the terrorist threat our soldiers abroad are risking their lives to reduce the threat from iraq and syria our forces of law and order do everything in their power to identify threats and
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neutralize them now that it's clear the red one locked in was known to the french intelligence services and had spent time in prison many people had from us will be wondering how a man with such a profile could have slipped under the radar obtained weapons and caused so much carnage with russia butler al jazeera treb their french police officer his switch places with the hostages during the attack has been named as colonel are novell's from he helped bring the standoff to that supermarket to an end the officer managed to leave his mobile phone on so that place outside to hear what was going on inside he suffered life threatening wounds one of sixteen people injured in the days violence. another of the group has agreed to pull out of eastern just outside syria's capital damascus the government now controls nearly all of the territory previously held by rebels. as the latest group to withdraw earlier this week fighters on the group also agree to an evacuation deal saying i heard
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a report from beirut. there is no ceasefire here the pro-government alliance is bombing into submission the densely populated towns of the northern pockets of the now divided eastern and claves is controlled by the rebel faction. the russian military and the syrian government want the rebels to surrender negotiations have stalled i do not in particular demonstrate that there is still ongoing very active and violent people continue to be disgraced there is really no safe place in a lot of these areas that is reported that they've been sheltering in underground shelters in basements that even have not been able to be limited from the violence syrians who aren't afraid to go to government controlled territory have been streaming out of duma for days numbers vary but syrian state media so they are leaving the besieged town in their thousands passing through the government
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checkpoint that. hundreds remain trapped in duma particularly those who fear arrest or even execution because of their role in the opposition they are demanding an internationally monitored safe passage to other rebel held areas. those people are wanted by the state for opposition related activities they include medical activists civil defense volunteers and medics the united nations says there are one thousand humanitarian and medical workers who are trapped in eastern who are with their families who fear for their future the government calls them terrorists accusing them of hiding behind humanitarian work. the syrian army and its allies have recaptured most of the rebel controlled enclave in what has been one of the fiercest bombing campaigns in the past seven years the remaining towns in the southern part of the enclave are controlled by fire like and recommend that rebel faction agree to what amounts to a surrender deal with the russian military it says it wants to end the suffering of
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the people at whatever cost that cost involves leaving their lives and homes behind . several thousand are being bussed from a town once controlled by after hour a sham fighters who are now along with their families on their way to the rebel held province of idlib in the northwest it has become a place where rebels who agreed to hand over territory to the government are sent and more often than not civilians accompany them but it isn't safe it too is a target for the care of its armed forces which are vowing to recapture the whole country. beirut. at least sixteen people have been killed in a suicide bombing in southern afghanistan and other forty people were injured when a car exploded outside a sports stadium in the city of lashkar gah in helmand province last happened as he were leaving a wrestling match and food has more from kabul where the president has been
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speaking. president danny. put out a statement condemning this attack and he said that this attack is horrific and it has been chartered by the enemies of afghanistan now we also spoke to on a number of officers in helmand province the deputy governor all from month romance is soon to was it the hospital to check on the wounded people there has been clear orders from the from up off to how the wounded people now among the casualties we heard reports of provincial offer shots being wounded or killed but so far no information on that. but most of the severe most of the casualties in this attack remains to be civilians at least half a million people are expected to attend saturday's anti-gun march for our lives event and washington d.c. the rally has been led by students from the florida high school or seventeen people were killed last month. an interfaith service has been how
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to us count but all ahead of the rally the two hour service at the national cathedral was attended by family members of the florida high school shooting also present or families of victims of gun violence and nationwide. it's just a roll of the dice but it shouldn't be for the first time those who are most affected by the epidemic of gun violence in schools are taking the lead to bring commonsense protections that the people of this country want. the students are organizing in protesting and demanding action be taken now to end this bloodshed. as mike hanna now reports the florida school shootings have mobilized a wave of anger from people demanding major changes. to. this part of a new movement sweeping through the united states these
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a new generation of activists because a rejection of gun violence they demand that the politicians do something about it our school was rocked but. it's not ok we are officials whose purpose is whose purpose it is and they are doing their job and it's time that we call them out for what they're not doing the tipping point for many was the shooting at a school in pot plant in florida in february at least seven hundred students and adults were killed by a one thousand year old who'd been expelled from the school over disciplinary problems the nationwide protests in the wake of the shootings has morphed into one about gun violence in schools there is strands of activism are coming together in what is becoming a powerful force for social change when you listen even to some of the statements that were made by students or just the national debate on gun violence in general
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and which has a lot of demands about people doing more for controlling gun violence you know controlling guns period. but what's left out then is a discussion about how those measures those the law criminalize and disparately impacts black and brown communities. john kelly is one of the many who lost a loved one to gun violence his brothers were shot dead by a man one thousand meters from his front door in northeast washington the support for me to speak out today because so many voices. have lost the nation and some pacifically in our community his father curtis was among those who met with president trump in the wake of the florida shootings and spoke of the frustration in seeking change it has been a fight because everybody show up for photo ops all the politicians show up to say we're going to get it done we're going to protect our kids but just for just
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a couple weeks later school shooting those here will join the hundreds of thousands who marched in protest this weekend you would have graduated issues the deep sad knowledge shared. kelly will not be there. my kind of al-jazeera washington. people are protesting for a second day in the u.s. city of sacramento over a deeply shooting of an unarmed black man twenty two year old stuff on clark was shot at least twenty times on sunday grandmother's backyard police say they thought he had a gun when they confronted them after a foot chase but only a cell phone was found on friday demonstrators blocked highway traffic when they marched during rush hour the chopper ministration says it is placing strict limits on how and when transgender people are allowed to serve in the military has presented the blanket vanny issued earlier the share that disqualified any transgender person from military service the new policy would prevent any transgender person who needs surgery or significant medical treatment from serving
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except in certain circumstances. pru has a near president martin his car has been sworn in replacing public who resigned in the face of threats of impeachment overcorrection allegations. reports in lima. scatter was greeted with a standing ovation it's the same congress that pushed him out of his post as minister less than one year ago. the fifty five year old former governor of a tiny southern state took the oath amidst the deepest political crisis in decades in the end the a nation looking to the real it's time to say enough is enough what has happened most marked the time to put an end to the politics of hate and confrontation that hasn't done anything else but damage the country. was the other bridge corruption scandal led to the resignation of. former president in jail and
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congress approved the extradition of another former president. from the u.s. at the end of the night on friday the new president said he would be tough on corruption. the grave situation that we've been true merits the clarification of responsibilities and that any type of regularity committed should be taken to justice. many peruvian say they're ready to move on just almost down south with pam but we're tired of being so underdeveloped of so much corruption we want martin to be our hope that he really improves our country's development education health and agriculture should be the main issues to succeed analysts say the big question for these cattle now is where will he get the political strength to govern with this hallway where the mahdi a popular party called the majority leader only gets you know a majority that former president. accused of impeding his ability to govern his party peruvians for change now support but with very few votes. and the
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challenges for change are many from reigniting the economy to fighting crime and pushing forward rebuilding the country left devastated by the phenomenon last year . however many say the scotus greatest challenge will be to get the people's trust and opinion poll says that in early march eighty one percent of peruvians didn't even know his name but innocent just just. so lad on al-jazeera the u.n. reports an increase in attacks on palestinians by your vehicle is really settlers in the occupied west bank. only a few survive crews move in to clear the beaches of more than one hundred stranded whales. through tranquil arabian can you. can free to use
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and if any ship going to. follow the same some rather lively downpour spilling out of southeastern parts of europe recently big area clouds piling outs of turkey across syria towards caspian sea towards iran if it was afghanistan afghanistan should stay largely dry over the next day or so having said that twenty one celsius in kabul furthermore we have got a little more cloud northern parts of the caspian in season haps some wet weather the wetter weather will be across turkey though that will drive its way further ace was brighter skies to come back in behind fine and dry for the event beirut lovely weather here twenty one degrees celsius chance of want to see showers into northern parts of iraq but for most of the region it will stay dry and sunny couple picking up to around twenty four degrees temperatures on the rise two across the arabian peninsula twenty nine celsius here in doha around sats day picking up to around
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thirty one southerly wind as we go on through sunday it's a little bit of lifted dust and sand but nothing too much to speak of over the next couple of days mostly want to see showers creeping towards the cape town meanwhile as we go on through sas day should be a lawsuit right at this stage where the weather will set in full sunday that rain pushes up into zimbabwe and also into zambia. the with sponsored by qatar airways. as the u.s. has withdrawn from the trans-pacific partnership deal others has to be committed to it before small countries countries with small populations such as yours is this actually a better deal without united states signatories of the world's newest trade bloc challenges they are out.
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there watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories for you right now police in southern france have been searching the home of a gunman who killed three people in a series of attacks before being shot at by police he's been identified as twenty six year old blocked him who claimed he was acting on behalf of i saw. a second rebel group has agreed to pull out of eastern and syria government now controls nearly all of the previously held territory rebel held territory that is near damascus at least half a million people are expected to attend saturday's anti-gun march for our lives event in washington d.c. the rallies being led by students from the florida high school or seventeen people
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were killed last month in interfaith service was held in the u.s. capital ahead of the rally. zimbabwe's former we get from a first lady grace mugabe's being investigated for alleged involvement in an ivory smuggling operation that follows a three month investigation by an undercover journalist and the seizure of a two in a kilogram package of illegal ivory at harare. airport arkham lab reports recently granted this do not know when adrian stern went undercover as an ivory buyer in zimbabwe he says he received more death threats and he can count he's a wildlife photographer who began investigating the illegal ivory trade in december speaking exclusively to our zira he says young covered a poaching and smuggling syndicate which he believes is led by the former first lady grace mugabe which is being sourced either from the national parks vote bank thieves or pilfered or from live elephants being killed by poaching syndicates the
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syndicate within sale to the squad till she would then be able to pack that and send it out through the airport anything through that airport that was the property of the first lady was not searched or scanned in any way stern got the documents undercover videos and testimonies which she showed to al-jazeera as investigative unit he says they expose the syndicate and the former first lady's involvement this is the vote from where he says tens of millions of dollars of ivory and rhino horn were stolen when he presented evidence to zimbabwe's wildlife authority there how they mean to allege smugglers have since been charged with possession of ivory and investigations been opened a special advisor to president emerson. confirmed to our dizzier in a written statement that the government of zimbabwe will seek answers from all parties implicated in this matter including former first lady grace mugabe about their knowledge of the illegal export of prohibited items from our country.
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al-jazeera contacted grace mcgarvie staff lawyers and relatives for comment she didn't respond during the presidency of a husband robert she was a controversial figure earning the nickname grace for her extravagant shopping sprees. hopes of succeeding him were dashed when the army forced him from power in november and mango took over three weeks later this shipment of two hundred kilograms of ivory was seized harare's their port stern says investigations on covered evidence which appears to connect it to grace mcgarvie and the smuggling syndicate the new government keen to clean up its international image after decades of mugabe rule since the change of power the poaching in the smuggling investigation is the first major challenge to the mugabe family dynasty malcolm web al-jazeera johannesburg south africa the united nations says attacks by illegal israeli settlers against palestinians in the occupied west bank have increased the
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share. in speaking to palestinian victims taking the sheep to pasture has become a daily gamble for every young his village i know is surrounded by several illegal jewish settlements up there under. and more and more often settlers come down. in one week he came twice the first time i was alone and there were eighteen of them i told one of them that i had called the police but they didn't go away my main worry was the sheep then six more attacked me and the others headed towards the sheep still some i couldn't do anything alone. zuffa i was wounded in the head and says he lost a third of his life stock this video shot by the organization rabbis for human rights shows the second attack a few days later about twenty settlers many must seem throwing stones at
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palestinians with israeli soldiers standing by. the u.n. says the weekly average of settler attacks has increased by fifty percent since the beginning of the year these are not isolated incidents such attacks happen a bit all over the occupied west bank and there's very little people can do simply because israel is in charge of the security in about eighty percent of the palestinian territory and palestinian security forces are not allowed to operate in those areas the village of zeph it is in the so-called area b. which means that palestinians have only civilian control security matters are indeed hands of the occupying forces bible. the army itself attacks palestinians with tear gas and rubber bullets even when it's the settlers who are provoking and the palestinians are trying to protect the villages no settler is ever detained only palestinians legal proceedings rarely reach
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a conclusion only eight percent of all complaints filed have led to an indictment less than half to a conviction it's wide families say they never filed a complaint at a time when they come under attack by the neighbors settlers on a nearly weekly basis they have reinforced all their windows with metal netting and bars and the string to quickly pulled the shutters in case of trouble. it's been a long time since we had them wide open we don't feel like we're in a prison that we will stand our house it's our harmony the israeli army told them that it takes such incidents very seriously and will operate to bring the suspects to justice but in his latest report israel's state controller criticised israeli police in the west bank for failing to investigate crimes against palestinians which violate international law but at that hamid al-jazeera in the occupied west
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bank. the london offices of cambridge analytic are being searched as part of an investigation into the alleged misuse of private information of millions of facebook users the raid by the u.k.'s data watched all comes after a high court judge for hit a sore point for the company's offices last week a whistleblower claim the firm harvested private data from fifteen million facebook profiles information was allegedly used to support all trump's two thousand and sixteen u.s. presidential campaign some companies are now distancing themselves from facebook following the revelations of that major leak the user data must lead at the facebook pages for space x. and tesla companies after he was dared to do so on twitter other companies have followed suit including web giant mozilla and german bank commerzbank it's the latest fallout rather from the scandal that has seen facebook stock tumble amid an online movement to delete personal accounts the company is planning a closed door staff meeting. as
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a corporate branding specialist he says there are still a lot of questions facebook needs to answer. i don't think many people are naive to think that everything's safe and no one's looking at you the very nature of how we do it the way that we want personalized services the growth of ai all of that means exactly that that there's more information out there for people and most of us are often willing to give it its when we're juked into giving the information as exactly what happened here with this academic app that we're put was put out and go to the hunt three hundred thousand people submit their data that's actually a con and we know there's a lot of bad people out there so the job facebook has is to make sure those people don't get access to my data and that's where they failed so here's the big question i've got to ask right there either incompetent because they didn't know it happened and it was a toll calamity or they knew about it or are aware of it and that makes them complicit we're only going to see more and more information we want detail we will understand step by step what happened here where else has it happened other other examples of this so we're we want to get to the real deep details of this we want
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to get zuckerberg in a seat so he can testify about what's happened here and give us all the detail we're going to ask and i think what you're going to see is a seismic shift in people's attitudes and behavior when this case comes to come to comes to the hill and he explains what the hell happened. cambridge and a lot of his influence may have spread further than just the two thousand and sixteen u.s. election candidates in that coming mexican presidential election are denying reports they also hired the u.k. company john heilemann has more from mexico city. cambridge journalists could told on the cover of quarters that it was working in mexico what we do know is that the company did set up shop here and it was looking for a presidential candidate that it could work with now all of the major candidates said that they had nothing to do with the company but this is still a timely wakeup call for mexico and that's because it's heading into the biggest elections in its history a move in sixty percent of the population over the age of six is now online making
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the potential targets for influencing there and it's slowly going on in the massif the biggest election where the most young people are going to vote and wherever the most votes connected many will be in better ways of using new technology and almost all of my facebook and a lot going to depend on how effective a strategy in influencing them as much make news is voting him a sheet depending on when the last is that they hear us the country's already seen some do you b.s. online and tech practices for example since two thousand and twelve experts have noticed that when there's a hash tag on twitter that's in particular being criticizing the government then other accounts have sprung up bringing out hundreds of tweets per minute to dilute or to the rail that protesting hash tag they've been cool those accounts penya bots named after the country's president it also emerged last year that the government has a book surveillance technology that was then used to spy on human rights lawyers activists
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and journalists but the focus isn't just going to be on mexico this year there's elections coming up across latin america including brazil colombia and venezuela and there's going to be a lot of our eyes on the online battle for the electorate. there are violent clashes between police and protesters in catalonia after spain's top court detained five separate leaders for their role in last year's independence bit i was just a tonsil keep demonstrators away from the federal government offices in barcelona comes after the court's decision to prosecute thirteen he counted on separatists for rebellion and also issued international arrest warrants for six of those leaders including former regional president pushed him off he was in exile in brussels. rescuers in western australia have been able to get just five whales out of a pot of one hundred fifty that's stranded back out into deeper water a sixth the whale that initially survived had to be euthanized after it beach
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itself again losers' have been used to remove the carcasses already for sweeping the surrounding beaches by cnrt to make sure the five surviving whales don't return to dry land. the chances are very stranding you saw and certainly does the animals . in the name to be excessive but it's several hours quite void and for them to be able to get out saw the whole field shorebirds and so you know a big obstinate so. a lifesize trying to force rex has turned into a towering inferno at a us theme park the seven meter tall animatronic t.-rex smoldered for around ten minutes and burst into flames and hours of the royal shore gorge dinosaur experience say an electrical malfunction was to blame.
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so the headlines on al-jazeera place in southern france have been searching the home of a gunman who killed three people in a series of attacks the man hijacked a car and shot at police officers before taking hostages at a supermarket in town a tray he was shot dead by police. the man into the supermarket shouting allah akbar and stated he was a soldier of isis i'm ready to die for syria he was asking for the liberation of brothers before. a member of my boat died instantly the hostages with freed after police negotiations a second rebel group has agreed to pull out of eastern and syria on the government now controls nearly all of the once rebel held territory in order to mask this. man is the latest group to withdraw and earlier this week fighters from the iraq group also agreed to an evacuation deal students from the florida high school were seventeen people were shot dead last month have arrived in washington d.c.
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delayed saturday's marked our lives events. at interfaith service was held at the washington. national cathedral there some of the speakers included family members and victims of gun violence all across the country at least half a million people are expected to join them at the u.s. capitol for the anti-gun march more than eight hundred events are also planned around the world tomorrow our children will march further along. they will match for their right to live in a world. that frees them from the one hundred years and tragedy of unnecessary and. and we will be right through. the trouble ministration says it is placing strict laws limits on how and when transgender people are allowed to serve in the military has responded
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a blanket and issued earlier this year that disqualified any transgender people from military service so the new policy would prevent any trenchant or person who needs surgery or significant medical treatment from serving except in certain circumstances. those are the headlines to keep it here on al-jazeera throughout the day and talk to al-jazeera is next. al-jazeera. with and for your. host. you can. see. holding is a ridiculous trade deal u.s. president donald trump withdrawing.


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