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for their lives hundreds of thousands demand gun control at rallies across the u.s. . one of them jim and tunnel this is al jazeera live from london also coming up the evacuation of eastern goods or continues as more rebels leave and syrian army forces close in on the. rally for answers argentinians march in memory of the victims of the one nine hundred seventy so-called dirty war the lights have been going out at landmarks around the world to raise awareness of climate change. mass protests have been taking place across the united states and thirty six more nations world white calling for an end to gun violence stricter gun laws even some of the ban on march for our lives were inspired by the teenage survivors of last
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month's school shooting in florida mike hanna has more. my name is not a singer and i'm marching for only one party. at the marjory stoneman tactless high school seventeen students recite their names my name's cardio zoe i'm marching for my best friend meadow paula a moving memorial for each of the seventeen victims of the that we shooting my name stephen are chad and i'm and i'm marching from my coach chris hicks and these scenes repeated in a number of u.s. cities the ban is calling for gun reform and some critical of the politicians who appear unable or unwilling to respond to the demands for change we are marching for the thousands who have lost their lives to gun violence in this country and at the heart of the protests a new generation that one small from the country's leader has been given in the past and the spirit has so many students not far from me here in the atlanta
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university center who change the world i know that we are watching the birth of a movement and the generation that will never be the thing was. the protesters also flooded the streets of the nation's capital stretching for blocks along pennsylvania avenue and gravitating towards a temporary podium well when i step out of the ends of the swing to voices raised in prostration and for decades my community los angeles has become accustomed to this violence. it is normal to see candles it is normal to see paul says it is normal to see balloons it is normal to see flowers owing to the lives of black and brown youth that have lost their lives to a bully. a protest department morial but also part celebration and now.
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isis. rice ringing in the spring skies. and hundreds of thousands of ordinary people throughout the us find their voice and find to be at this see. my kind of zero washington. so many of the macia say knocked and drills and schools and fears of mass she sings have become pot daily life diane esther but has been in and amongst the crowds in washington d.c. walking through the crowd see her at the surrounding in washington it's not hard to find people who have had some sort of an experience with guns or gun violence i talked to a student just morning from kentucky who said just a week ago one of her fellow classmates brought a gun into her school and here are a couple of students from the washington d.c. area is this something that you've deal you're dealing with or us on your mind all the time it's something that's always on our mind like we see all around the united
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states kids who are affected by guns every single day and it is something we think about is something that we need to change about you know i mean of course our school has lockdown drills at least once a month and. i mean it's on and my daughter times the safety and security is everywhere there's a police officers on campus it's scary for all of us especially the little kids might use it is it hard to learn in that kind of an environment it definitely is so i think having our our guests and classes interrupted or lockdown drills is definitely scary especially at the door doesn't lock or if something goes wrong you just think what it was real. and it's not just those students that are worried it's the parents too i talked to one mother who says she sends her daughter to school in the morning and mores all day that she's going to be going to arrive home safely later in the afternoon.
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after weeks of heavy bombardment serious omnis close to fully capturing east in the damascus it's also suspended. strikes on doom which remains in rebel hands two groups have already surrenders with thousands of people being bussed to rebel held areas in the north and their families are arriving in hama after traveling to harass the others are being taken to heart it has more from beirut in neighboring lebanon. they're being sent into exile the force transferred to the rebel held province of idlib in the northwest of syria is the second deal of its kind in eastern. man one of three rebel factions that controlled the rebel enclave agreed to surrender what was left of its stronghold in the southern pocket up to seven thousand people fighters their family members and opposition activists who don't want to live under the government's rule or are afraid to are leaving. we will leave but one day we will return they have managed to silence the revolution but will never die we will return to liberate our land and the revolution will return
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to repeatedly asked the international community for help but they didn't do anything it's very difficult time for us but we will return thousands more robust out of another rebel pocket in eastern the town of her which surrendered on wednesday they are syria's newly displaced. used every kind of weapon against us in an eastern water in general families who are hiding in underground shelters were killed in the bombardment the civil defense was not able to retrieve their bodies from under the rubble down there so. it was a very bad situation the children were hungry because of the siege and scared because of the bombing they didn't have milk we pleaded with aid agencies but no one helped us they were sent to the rebel controlled northwestern province of idlib which is already crowded according to the united nations one million displaced persons who left other opposition held areas after they were recaptured by
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government forces live there it's also not a safe place airstrikes have increased in the past week. killing dozens of people many of them children. unicef partners report that seventeen children were killed yesterday when heavy violence near a unicef supported school for students to flee to an underground shelter in a nearby building which then came under attack. around one million children live amid escalating violence and. it has been attacked from the air for years and a few months ago government forces and their allies launched a limited ground offensive for the first time in two years if the pro-government alliance launches an all out offensive to recapture adlib many warn it could be an even worse humanitarian catastrophe it is a deescalation zone according to an agreement between russia and turkey to reduce the violence across the country but so was eastern huta violence continued in both
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areas despite the agreement the syrian government has now consolidating its control over eastern huta the third rebel faction. will soon hand over the main town of duma the pro-government alliance is declaring victory but it came after years of siege five weeks of relentless bombardment and almost two thousand civilian deaths so. beirut well adding to the misery an edge led by a car bomb has exploded there close to the hospital the head of the local civil defense agency says seven people died in the attack near to the center of the city twenty five of the people have been injured. u.s. forces say an airstrike near the southern libyan city of a bari killed two people it referred to as terrorist strike which reportedly carried out coordination with the internationally recognized government of national accord in tripoli u.s. says no civilians were killed had has this update now from tripoli. it's been confirmed by both the u.s.
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. libya's national government that this airstrike that targeted a house near the town south of libya and killed two men according to the u.s. air force. they say that the strike killed two tourists and eyewitnesses. in south of libya they say that the heard the last. time libya low. time and when the rush to be found to libyan men were killed also according to the libyan and backed government of national accord this came after coordination between the united states air force and libya's national called government we understand that the libyan. air force have been carrying out hundreds of strikes targeting. operatives over the past two years a car bombs killed two policemen and injured five others in northern egypt the
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attack hit the security convoy as it passed the police station in the center of alexandria interior ministry says the city's security chief was the target explosion comes two days before monday's presidential election. french investigators have found three homemade explosives a handgun and knife inside the supermarket which was attacked in a caucus on friday the gunman who went on a shooting spree and took several people hostage was killed and a second suspects been arrested president a man well mccall has praised the police response to the attack and in particular that of one officer attached but has the latest from caracas on. people in the french town of caucus on pay tribute to. the forty four year old french police officer had swapped himself for a hostage in a supermarket attack on friday short by the gunman he later died of his injuries in this small town known in france for its medieval citadel people say he was
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a hero. he was a man who was passionate about his job i can only imagine that he knew that going into that supermarket he had little chance of getting out to give others a chance to leave because it got us on this you. caucus on it like a village it's a lovely place people are happy here i'm angry that there are bad people out there it was on friday morning that a gunman hijacked a car in caucus on killing its passenger he then shot and wounded one of a group of four police officers who were out jogging he then drove to the nearby town of tobe where he attacked a supermarket took hostages and killed two more people pledging allegiance to myself. i saw the attack of firing two or three bullets and crying our akbar and so i went back up stairs quickly and told the girls in the office call the gendarme call the gendarme there is a terrorist in the store. police identified the killer as twenty five year old read to one lucky day in
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a french national who was born in morocco or rather one like him grew up on this housing estate in calcutta thought he had spent some time in prison for petty crimes police said he had become radicalized and they put him under surveillance for years ago but last year french intelligence services decided lacked imposed no threat and was unlikely to carry out an attack so they ended their surveillance of him many people in france i'm not questioning how the security agencies could have gotten so wrong natasha but al jazeera france you're watching out as they were still ahead hundreds of football fans march in britain to call for an end to extremism but some are questioning whether that's their real agenda audiences line up to watch iraq's first film produced film in twenty five years but will it be a hit the box office.
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hello we have some welcome showers in our forecast for the southeastern corner of australia welcome once the ground freeze out of the way of course cloud and right making their way through melbourne very heavy rain further north just around the cape york peninsula pushing across the gulf of carpentaria that of course is tropical side nora it will make landfall we're looking at sunday into monday some very heavy rain pushing through at that stage sunday's picture that a bit of wet weather not too far away from western australia as well but we're not too concerned about tropical cyclone marcus as you go on through the coming days twenty five celsius bits of rain there into the far south of western australia back up into work queensland remnants by this stage of nora still bringing some very heavy rains and more than parts of queensland and there's that colder air into the southeastern corner seventeen degrees celsius. maybe eighty four adelaide sharon said he a possibility and sorry still not so far away from new zealand still trying to get
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that cricket match done with the taking on new zealand of coles the shabby rain will ease a little further east which is we go on through sunday brought the skies to come back aim behind what weather eventually pushes this way towards the south island for monday. we're talking about ivory poachers who have decimated populations of elephants in africa they almost always ship the ivory out of a different country from where it was poached because that's where you start to search for looking in the wrong place this radio carbon dating method can tell us if trade ivory is legal or not then we have a place you can focus law enforcement on take those out and perhaps choke the source of the ip from tensioning the net worth taking note of his time on emphysema .
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our minds of our top stories here on al-jazeera hundreds of thousands of people demonstrating across the u.s. calling for an end to gun violence the march for our lives rallies are in response to last month's school shooting in florida which killed one hundred people syrian army school so taking full control of the same culture as thousands of rebel surrender to opposition help. u.s. forces say an air strike near the southern libyan city of a bari killed two people it before terrorists. the u.n. envoy to get men has arrived in the capital which is under the control of who see rebels the first visit by martin griffith dishonest since he was appointed in february he's there to meet hootie leaders tried to arrange
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a fourth round of talks three previous rounds of negotiations have come to nothing . thousands of supporters have been rallying against a european treaty which they say in direct to gives rights to transgender people protest as marched in the capital saw grab against the convention which they accuse of undermining traditional family values in the predominantly catholic country parliament is in the process of ratifying the treaty which is designed to combat domestic violence but opponents object to the conventions definition of gender saying it paves the way for transsexuals or transgender is as separate to greece. you mouth thousands of people protested in tel aviv against the mass deportation of eritrean and sudanese migrants from israel both migrants and israelis to pot in the rally in support of the forty two thousand africans in the country earlier this month the israeli supreme court suspended deportations until monday to allow the government to submit more information on the policy by minister benjamin netanyahu
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insists the influx of non jewish immigration threatens the fabric of israel. hundreds of football fans of march to britain second largest city in a protest billed as exposing opposing extremism but some accuse the football lads alliance which organized the rally of spreading hate and this casters down so upwards from birmingham came to demonstrators were out on the streets too. i recall fans uniting if they say she and extremism the football lots alliance was formed last june after the attacks in manchester and london bridge the group wants the government to do more to prevent so-called terror attacks and are calling for tighter controls on those who might be considered a threat but here in birmingham one of britain's most diverse cities the march is seen by many as promoting intolerance something the group's founder denies time to be the demographics of a make up will be my reason because apart from to go about
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a country we're not we're not rice and reduce the always be people who join the dots and so we have the right richard who's often cuts workers so you've got yourself on the right seats in terms of the cities more rice and more violence and so we've got from the outset the footballers alliance was formed only a few months ago but already it's gained a very large following in social media tens of thousands of people have attended the last two demonstration but despite their message of unity some people accuse them of harboring racist mass chains and offshoots of the f l a confronting an anti-racism counter-rally held a few steps away every chance. and it's this aggression that many say is on the rise in the country. right wing material on the internet fuels the attack at a mosque in london last year when a man drove into worshipers killing one person and the former head of counterterrorism policing says that far right extremism has become a significant stretch to the u.k.
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something anti racism much of the say that needs to be extra this. group of people for hooligans who think they can pull the people don't stop to decide how we run only by lawyers who want to live together in peace and harmony but it shaving that would be difficult as nationalist voices in the u.k. and across europe grow stronger catherine stansell al jazeera. argentinians are marching in memory of the victims of the so-called dirty war tens of thousands of people were tortured or disappeared during the military dictatorship of the one nine hundred seventy s. but since the scrapping of two amnesty laws in two thousand and five demands are going for answers as to what happened to those victims to reasonable reports. when asked where are they asks these people outside of court what a sight is the question is directed at the former military officers on trial for human rights abuses committed during the dictatorship in the one nine hundred seventy s. and eighty's when a. father we know was an intelligence military chief during the dictatorship
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under house arrest. he told me he would do it again and i was in shock. would you kill again would you rate again. it took years to accept her father's crimes that's why she's campaigning to change the laws so that she and others can testify against their parents in court if it was i was embarrassed to say who was my father that he committed genocide i approached human rights groups because i believe we should be able to testify against our parents. if we had any type of information that could shed some light on what happened during those dark days arjen time legislation prohibits sons and daughters from testifying against their parents in court and that's why a group of people whose parents were members of the military during the dictatorship are hoping to change the penal called only in cases where human rights
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abuses have been committed they believe that their testimony can help shed light on what happened to thousands of people that were killed at the time. and it's not just finding their remains that victims want it is also finding the who are now adults born to mothers who disappeared at the. sun had lost both his legs amputated in a train accident he was a political activist in argentina in one nine hundred seventy eight he was kidnapped with his wife and daughter. was able to find her granddaughter twenty two years later but many grandmothers are still trying to find missing children joke a tale of a dissident we thankful for anyone who can provide us information that can help us find our grandchildren even if it's my son who did something wrong he deserves a trial but stealing his daughter i don't understand how these months is can continue to stay silent. there is
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a pact of silence among members of the military involved in abuses that's why information is precious for those trying to find their loved ones. changing the penal code would allow a new test. to be given which may not only lead to your wrists provide the answers be looking for decades. and just. sierra leone's high court has upheld the request of the spawn choose these presidential one off and made claims of electoral fraud a member of the ruling all people's congress have filed an injunction demanding that allegations of irregularities should be investigated before the vote goes ahead in a similar camara from the old people's congress or opposition candidate julius mother bio security an outright majority in the first round earlier this month the court said it will hear the electoral commission's response on monday who is disgraced former president kaczynski has been barred from leaving the country while
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he's investigated for corruption resigned on wait and say rather than facing an impeachment vote he's accused of money laundering as part of a bribery scandal involving brazilian construction giant order brecht prosecutors searched his home in lima on saturday former wall street banker denies any wrongdoing. thousands of people have been protesting of course chilling calling for the government to provide better housing for the poor around five thousand demonstrators marched through the capital santiago in the national march for the right to hire using organizers say many chileans live in overcrowded accommodation or camps while real estate speculators drive house prices out of their reach. earth hour has made its way to europe blanketing the eiffel tower and darkness cities and towns across the world are switching the lights off for an hour to raise awareness by climate change people are also being asked to make a promise for the planet to reduce their individual footprints saying no to plastic
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cutlery carrying we usable coffee cups. in india the lights were turned off at mumbai's iconic c.s.t. railway station the india gate war memorial and the presidential palace also fell to darkness for arraf our australian museum were the first countries to turn the light sandra told us this morning from sydney we're right at the tail end of the hour here in sydney any moment now you should see the landmarks of the city behind me including the harbor bridge lights back up but that doesn't more the end of the overall this is obviously a global day and every hour somewhere else in the world at eight thirty goes dark and there is the bridge now just beginning to light back up but from here this movement will travel across asia you'll see the skyline of hong kong shanghai big cities like that going dark then into europe landmarks like the eiffel tower going black and then the americas times square for example should go dark at eight thirty
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pm new york time now. the electricity saved in this hour is pretty minimal amount put it to the head of the doubly w.f. who runs this campaign here in australia whether this was anything more than mere symbolism what it is is a symbolic gesture to send a message to the whole world and we all need to come together and do something for planet and we all realize you through have a long way to go and resist the moment he would like the world to figure out what we need to do turn major also told me that as a brand lots of local campaigns environmental campaigns a touch their cool was around the brand and that gets them a lot more traction so though it only last one hour on this day in mid march in fact the impact is felt year round but scares in western australia are asking the public to keep a close eye out for five whales in case they become stranded on a beach for a second time the parks and wildlife service was only able to rescue five of more
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than one hundred fifty pilot whales the beach in hamlin bay says of perth on friday and they're warning that will often return to dry land after mass stranding events . there are key cinemas making a comeback in a bid to help heal wounds from the war the industry shut down due to years of conflict but now the first iraq made film in twenty five years has been released and one khan has more from baghdad. the anticipation on the faces of the cinemagoers says it's cool. they dressed up and come out to show support for the first iraq a major film in twenty five years sanctions international boycotts and the security situation have all combined to destroy the cinema industry the journey is one man's dream. is but director and producer he says the film gives a sober moral perspective on the wall that devastated iraq killed a million people according to human rights groups as well as creating
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a refugee and often crisis. at the premiere earlier this month he thanked his cost improve and explains why he made the film would have to boycott the sanction and have been and then and then after that the war of the occupation and often thought you know about what happened in the sectarian violence and then we ended with diaries but we many know us and talking to get back again and that's what you learn as iraqi and we are. coming to the more point we go in to challenge our limits and to go further there and thought of that and thought of that and this is this is the hope that we are looking for and you know. for iraq e. filmmakers and producers working to revive the industry persuading audiences to watch is going to be an uphill battle particularly when the subject matter is so serious as the end credits roll some critics deemed it a success i'm going to have more up and usually a minute or so everyone dreams of watching an iraqi produce film because for a long time iraqi cinema had no productions at all we need to see
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a film we don't have film festivals and we don't have patients that share of rocky films in the three weeks off to the premiere of the movie made in iraq has failed to capture the imagination of many who prefer foreign films. baghdad has a thriving cinema scene in shopping malls hollywood and egyptian film productions dominate but make money and their popular iraqi cinema was once regarded as some of the best in the region filmmaking used to take place across iraq and indeed baghdad then they would edit them and distribute them to places like this the cinema all this was one of the most populous animals in baghdad it's now folded into complete disrepair and on occasion does show bootleg western movies but there really is no iraq a film industry to speak of. that the filmmaker was able to get the movie made is remarkable but it would seem only a small audience is interested in what it's about. iraqi filmmakers say they will
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continue to try and persuade iraq your audiences to watch domestic productions that means competing with hollywood blockbusters and egyptian films that are popular across the arab world as one hollywood saying goes we don't make it we make money imran khan al-jazeera baghdad a giant soviet era soviet era televisions our has met a spectacular demise. for. two hundred and twenty misses structure and yet catalina bark was bought by a controlled demolition construction sauce in one thousand nine hundred eighty three but the tower ceased operations in one thousand nine hundred one making its the world's tallest abandoned structure at the time we general authority ordered the demolition calling the tire disfiguring to the city landscape. you can find out much more about the stories we're following head. they were dot com it is updated
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twenty four seven. i combined and i have our top stories hundreds of thousands of people have been marching across the u.s. demanding an end to gun violence and tougher gun laws the march for our lives rallies have taken place in several cities including parkland florida where a school shooting last month killed seventeen people the biggest event took place in washington d.c. within sight of the u.s. capitol for many students in the streets is hoped politicians of the listening and the gallagher was at the rally. the students may have started this protest alone but today the voices were far from solitary here in washington d.c. there are estimates of the crowd swelled to as much as half a million people we heard speaker after speaker from across the country some as young as eleven years old who'd lost siblings and parents to gun violence but this has been remarkably powerful where and despite the fact that president jiang
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another politicians are no longer in washington d.c. it's spring break i think it will be hard for them to ignore the message that has resonated throughout washington d.c. today and of course it isn't just about what's happened here in d.c. there's been other protests across the united states and indeed across the world around eight hundred other events making this a truly global of. the syrian army schools to taking full control of east and go to the last opposition stronghold near the capital damascus two groups of already so when there were thousands of fighters and their families departing the rebel held area only the suburb of duma remains in opposition hands with the rebel islam so far refusing to go so many of those escaping huta are heading to opposition held but the region is far from safe car bomb near a hospital on saturday killed at least seventy people twenty five others were injured. u.s. forces say an air strike near the southern libyan city of a bar and killed two people that it's referring to is terrorists strike was
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reportedly carried out in coordination with the internationally recognized government of national accord in tripoli the u.s. says no civilians were killed. the car bombs killed two policemen and injured five of us in northern egypt just two days before monday's presidential election to the security convoy as it passed a police station in the center of. it for the up to date those are your headlines stay with us next up its techno see you very soon but. the nature of news as it breaks this was a great election about it was going to win but it was about by how much with detailed coverage the syrian civil war moguls it through its teeth what is new different is that each key some people will live until to morrow many innocent people from around the world the bats and balls are several years old when really good play at the end upgrading cricket academy and maybe one day play for the
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