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i. position leader alexina valmy and more than a thousand others are detained across russia in anti putin protests. follow their job while this is al-jazeera live from london also coming up. violence flares in indian administered kashmir a protester is killed after being run over by an indian security vehicle. the troop deployment that's testing relations between yemen and the united arab emirates. all my god. look at all flood warnings of more tremors to come in hawaii after about six point nine earthquake rattles the big island triggering more eruptions from mt killer where.
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police in russia have detained opposition leader alexina about me as well as more than a thousand of his supporters in anti-government demonstrations he was attending a rally against the president vladimir putin in the capital moscow the protests come just two days before putin's inauguration for a fourth term as president rory chalons reports now from moscow. the right side of the aisle two days before putin's fourth presidential inauguration these russians wanted him to hear their demonstration slogan you are not ours are not we have a fascist state a totalitarian regime we should do something about it there is no relation and russia almost like. i'm here because i disagree with the politics the government and our so-called president are leading i want to tell him that he is not ours are and that is places in the hague and imprisoned that again on that through several
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thousands joins the unapproved protest in moscow thousands more demonstrated in other cities across russia there are five or moscow's pushkin square they were met by a small group with very different values. and describing themselves as patriots they want to prevent a ukraine stop arising in russia just mad we have currently being officially ruled by a constitution that was written for us by american specialists well under foreign rule not everyone here is no valma supporters people came here because they see that things are bad in the country but they don't understand why so and they were told by some people that it is putin to be blamed in everything people can't figure out such things for themselves their tempers started to rise at that point the police moved in. so they were arrested began in other parts of russia i do want to say now that starting here in moscow was the business of just grabbed
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a young guy out of the crowd it looked like she was crying so dragging her off to the police wagon. was. the numbers of detentions take top words protest after protest i was dragged away so he too was a man who calls this demonstration alexina valmy he's an anti corruption opposition leader who was banned from presidential elections because of a fraud conviction he insists was for. abrogated his online videos exposing the corruption of russia's ruling elite have made him a critic of the kremlin and a popular resistance figure among many russians who want something different. to hold on power for another six year term he's tightened control of the media and internet and made protesting much harder his assertive foreign policy is popular with many russians moscow's riot police follow detentions with the next tax in their rough clearing the square the valley supporters have been through this before
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and i'll probably go through it all again they feel is their only remaining way to be heard. al-jazeera moscow at least four people have been killed in violence in indian administered kashmir a civilian died from his injuries in srinagar after being run over by an indian security vehicle and earlier at least three separatist fighters were killed during a raid by security forces a warning now you may find some of the images in a summer binge of aids report disturbing. this is the moment when an indian security vehicle crashes a protester. the vehicle drives on and the wounded man is left behind he later died of his injuries indian forces say they're investigating what happened . it is not under control as a guard that could really have a civilian system to be a certain make what are the factors all these accounts. was more than
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a dozen people have been killed in escalating violence in indian administered kashmir last month the un secretary general urged that the loss of civilian lives needs to be investigated. and get it's been another day of violence. this time it began when soldiers raided homes in a densely populated area in the city a shrine over security forces say they had information that fighters were hiding in that area when they were asked to surrender the soldiers say the fighters started shooting opposition is going on things not under control everything is an under control you want to look. for that there is not much there is no damage off assuming property and and other things so i think that under control. old street fighters were killed by security forces during the operation police accused protesters of trying to impede their operation and help the rebels. are brothers who've left in the path of allah they left for us and they've taken up
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arms after seeing the tyranny in kashmir now we have come out to rescue our brothers in. india continues to blame neighboring pakistan for instigating trouble in the disputed region which pakistan denies. activists say more than seven hundred thousand indian troops and security personnel have been deployed in kashmir and the army is opposing calls to repeal a special powers act which prevents the prosecution of soldiers accused of abuses human rights watch has urged india to carry out prompt investigations into allegations of abuses and to prosecute those responsible. but rights groups eight thousand have already been killed in three decades of violence with no sign of reconciliation any time soon. as in. the u.a.e. could be removed from the saudi led coalition in yemen after it deployed forces to a yemeni island without consulting the exiled government that's according to
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a senior yemeni official speaking to the associated press they have been further protests on so-called trial and against the u.a.e. military presence it's not clear when the troops may leave saudi arabia sent a delegation to the island after amorality soldiers took over key locations there this week the yemeni government and the u.a.e. or formally allies against to the rebels but the u.a.e. has promoted other separatists in southern yemen at the expense of the government wondrous krieg is assistant professor of defense studies at king's college london he says the u.a.e. has a wider goal in mind. if you consider the strategy that the united arab emirates have driven in yemen over the past three years actually we see that there is a pattern of valving which doesn't necessarily directly concern fighting the who these or reinstating the government as it was said in two thousand and fifteen when the coalition started but it's more about securing a morality interest in the south of yemen access to the indian ocean access to the
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bubble munda the occupation of aden through proxy forces against actually forces from the hardy government and now more recently we've seen this occupation or almost annexation of dryland again against the hardy government so hard to government seems to have taken one blow after the other where the whereas the u.a.e. have actually empowered and supported forces that are working against the hardy government and at the same time the saudis are somewhat stuck in the north of the country fighting against the who these so it doesn't seem to be that hard the government has any allies left not in saudi arabia not in the emirates and they don't really have any leverage now calling upon the international community to stop the emirates because they seem to disregard international law here. how wise big island remains on high alert as lava continues to spew from its killer whale volcano the island has been rocked by a series of strong earthquakes and nearly two thousand people have been forced to flee their homes but around the horn reports. but five days
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hawaii's big island has been wrestled by hundreds of earthquakes and then three major trim is over a three hour period the biggest a magnitude six point nine almost all. the seismic activity began on monday when the crisis floor of the pool or a volcanic cone on the cool the way it started to collapse lava flowed into new he created underground chambers that lava along with rocks and toxic gas is now being spewed into the year and coming up through the years they pop out of the the stay active for a short period. wayne and another war will start of. kilo wears one of the world's most decked evoke a nose vulcanologists say it was never a question of when but where the volcano might erupt what's different this time is that a new fissure is a period much further down the mountain the challenge with this activity is the
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fact that it occurred in a populated area now the question is will it stay in that area will it move to another part of the part of the volcano and how long will it last. officials ordered at least seven thousand five hundred people to leave their homes including everyone in the town of power for we have no one. to go to this residence of familiar with the dangers for years ago killer ways lava flow stopped just short of the town. experts say the gases and ash are highly toxic but while the lever is dangerous it's slow moving that means people will have time to escape even for those who did get close to it but buildings can't be moved and homes have already been destroyed the killer way has been erupting on and off for thirty five years expect so it's difficult to predict how long this irruption will
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last but they're insisting they'll do whatever is necessary no measure the disruption to keep people safe medium the hand out is here. rob reynolds joins us live now from lonnie estates close to the lava flow and rob what danger of any remains for people living nearby. well jonah the department of health and emergency services here in hawaii is issued an alert to residents in and around this area they're warning them of the high levels of toxic gases there's seeping from these events that have opened up that are spewing out lava on the banks of the slopes of mount killer way including in this area immediately around here these gases include toxic sulfur dioxide now they say that people with preexisting conditions like emphysema as well as young children and the elderly are at particular risk of developing pulmonary. irritation and
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possibly serious complications from this doctors say this is the city this situation is worse now than it's been in several decades and they're urging residents to either leave the area or to follow the instructions that are being given out by the health departments including staying indoors and wearing masks if necessary now also another note the hawaii volcano observatory is now confirming that there are eight separate active vents opening up that have opened up on mt killer way including two in this immediate area just in the past twenty four hours jonah is it fair to say that this was not an entirely unexpected event in the fall of the images you services were probably pretty well prepared and equally residents themselves. yes you know this island is built
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on volcanoes volcanoes have been erupting here long before human beings ever journeyed to hawaii in long before human beings ever walked the earth as a matter of fact and this is something that people are prepared for now that does not mean that there is a lot that you can do when there is a mass of lava heading towards your town there have been instances in the past of the in the one nine hundred sixty s. when towns were just overwhelmed because they tried to dig it culverts or build walls but you can't stop a wall of lava in terms of being well prepared and you see behind me the national guardsmen that's part of a special unit that is actually trained specifically in chemical biological warfare so they are troops that have a very high expertise in these kinds of toxic gases so that's a real plus for the people here and their preparedness that their authorities have
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in hawaii. brunell's live for us there to the still erupting mt killer why thanks rob still to come fifty thousand people in desperate need of aid i would need a quarter of been reached the report from flood hit kenya. and members of the windrush generation say they've been subject to a hostile environment in the u.k. and to reserve my to put an end to it. hell a bit of snow has fallen for the first time this season in the alpine park in new south wales and it's on that front has now gone towards new zealand so a change of seasons apparent now temperatures still run about twenty mark in the sunshine so
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a new south wales back to south australia ticky then melbourne adelaide and of course the capital cambra not much different actually in sydney nor indeed in perth that perth could be in for some decent shout the next day or so isa line of rain which becomes more active as it goes for the parts and heads towards adelaide late in the day on monday but as i said the front that was most active and brought that change of season on the whites the tops of the mountains is this one here now it's dark colored enough to bring a great deal of snow anywhere else it's more like to bring significant rain at least for a time in south and in new zealand north sound a bit of cloud still eighteen degrees you will notice because the wind direction those wet on the west coast on monday is generally speaking it's like a fairly fine day coincidentally there's a change of season rain is the story throughout the korean peninsula and japan coming in on sunday to south korean just crossing the border and then sweeping through honshu for a wet tokyo monday. going
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welcome back is a reminder of our top stories riot police in russia have detained opposition leader alexina valmy at a protest ahead of president vladimir putin's inauguration more than a thousand demonstrators were arrested across the country. at least four people have been killed in violence in indian administered kashmir a civilian died from his injuries after being run over by an indian security vehicle and the u.a.e. could be removed from the sound it led coalition in yemen after it deployed forces to a yemeni island without consulting the exiled government that's according to a senior yemeni official speaking to the associated press. now the un is warning of disease outbreaks following severe flooding in kenya at least one hundred twelve people have been killed and more than two hundred sixty thousand displaced over the past two months aid workers say they've managed to help just a quarter of the nearly fifty thousand families in need of shelter after weeks of tarantula rain simmons has been traveling with one of the relief teams. here in the
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neighboring county of khalifi it's the reverse of baccy another major river that's causing all of the hardship right now people are leaving the school here so many schools have been used to shelter but now it isn't nature that's forcing these people away it's actually the government because they want these schools to reopen there are seven them seven of them here in gary she alone many others are also being used they've got much better facilities obviously water and sanitation but no these people are going through a camp they're having to move again they're not really complaining that fact that their children need education but everyone is really getting to terms trying to get to terms of the fact that this crisis isn't going to be over within days in mind or be over within months because there could be a lasting effect so many crops lost so many livelihoods are lost they had
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a drought now they've had another extreme to long rains to renshaw rain and the forecast is adjusting the rains could go right into june that means crops will be totally destroyed it would have been the planting season and then you're into what could be another drought afterwards well these people are in a situation where there should be an abundance of food here but their whole life loads their whole lives are being threatened. francis he doubted u.s. president donald trump over comments he made at the national rifle association on friday suggested the two thousand and fifteen attacks in paris could have been prevented if the country didn't have such strict gun laws they were brutally killed by. terrorists. they took their tongue and gun them down one by one bowl come over here oh come over here
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bo whatever you want employees. were just wrong patients had a gun or everyone hearses in this room. had been there would have gone ha ha had an obvious is a record. the terrorists would have been shattered. demonstrations were held outside that meeting as people continue to urge the president to address gun control but instead trump has vowed to protect the rights of gun owners id joe castro has more from dallas. a father's pain from losing his son in the parkland florida school shooting turned protest. you're. not you're going to. move. the. manual all over has been painting protest murals since his seventeen year old
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son was killed and now he says he wants to invite president donald trump to the family's home for a father to father visit. you will see an empty room. very powerful images of my son. all around my house we are. we're still with him every single day we wake up bar we cannot listen duties to these. jokes to his music there's little chance trump would accept such an invitation on friday the president basked in the approval of the national rifle association the powerful gun lobby that gave his campaign more than thirty million dollars here's second amendment rights. are under siege but they will never ever. be under see as long as i'm your president trump expressed sympathy for the victims but has done little to reform gun laws since the florida shooting that
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killed seventeen that's despite student marches and polls showing that a growing number of americans almost seventy percent support more gun control protesters say they'll show their power in the upcoming midterm elections we've seen tragedy after tragedy we've waited from politicians to speak up for us at some point you realize they're not and that it's our time to speak. right selves and if they don't support it then like i said come november we're going to start voting people who actually care about the american people the students against guns aren't the only ones here protesting this group of civilians armed with rifles and pistols who are legally allowed to carry their weapons in public are also making their voices heard they have a very different point of view their constitutional right to bear arms that's two sides clashing bringing the stark relief to very different america just exercise or second amendment rights we'd like to show that just because you have a gun you're not going to go shoot children but children have been the casualties
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of gun violence leaving grieving parents and a divided country in their wake. castro al-jazeera doubtless after decades of financial crisis and political corruption families in armenia a struggling to cope with everyday life with unemployment continuing to rise one in three children is living in poverty but following the protests the dead to the resignation last month of the country's prime minister there's hope the change might come shotgun name reports from men some more on the financial hardship many armenians a facing. it's dark there are electrical wires haphazardly strong and it smells like sewage this is the hallway of a one nine hundred sixty s. dormitory built for construction workers where impoverished families with no other options now live on this morning social workers are paying a visit to rita nasr yachts each family members are packed into this apartment with
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a makeshift kitchen on the balcony the grandmother has lived behind these four crumbling walls for twenty seven years but she says this is hardly a home. my psychological state isn't just the only shoe but also my have i have diabetes i don't sleep at nights there's no space to walk and i pace back and forth my legs hit to bed chairs tables. this community lives in the shadow of the mets a more nuclear power plant a lack of jobs is keeping several generations rooted in this place they desperately want to leave poverty and a stagnant economy drove protesters into the streets over the last several weeks the world bank says almost thirty percent of armenians live below the poverty line the official unemployment rate is twenty percent but experts say it's much higher
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social worker. fillion says the government provides meager assistance to armenia's poor and corruption has pushed them to the margins of society. everything a child is living in poverty and is vulnerable behind every child is a family we don't have enough social workers for them every hundred thousand people is not one full time social worker. some of his grandchildren join the government protests that led to the resignation of the prime minister she says she wants to have hope but wonders how much change a new government will bring must bear that on no we told the regional authorities who have problems and they say if you look at our problems you with chronic they say we have to cry for them instead of them crying they are not even helping to leave nothing. for another yachts the present can only be improved
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and her family's future secured by one thing the opportunity to live in what she calls a real hole the toxic an ape al jazeera met the more our media. and explosion in gaza has killed six members of hamas is military wing the brigades the blast which injured three others happened in a residential neighborhood in. those involved were trying to deal with an unexploded israeli weapon dating back to the two thousand and fourteen war protests protests have been held in france against president emanuel mccrum tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of paris to protest against their leader a year into his presidency the protesters are critical of his economic program which they say favors the rich mccrone has been trying to liberalize france's labor market to make it easier for employers to hire and fire people. members of the wind
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rush generation and their families have been calling on the british prime minister for an end to what they say has been a hostile environment for the thousands of people have been left without documentation to prove their status in the u.k. so no. reports. the call for amnesty for victims of a scandal that goes to the heart of the british government a scandal that's affected thousands of people of caribbean origin and their fight to remain in the country meant to be their home i still have family and friends who were affected by this some people i know i was sent back and cleaned in the middle of the night we couldn't do anything about it because but because batman story is so open the wind rush generation who went to britain between one nine hundred forty eight one thousand nine hundred seventy one were vital in rebuilding the nation after the second world war but for many the right to remain in the u.k.
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has been fraught with difficulties by government blunders no records were kept for those who will grant to permission to stay permanently and no paperwork was issued to confirm it and in twenty ten the british home office destroyed landing cards that belonged to when migrants risking the status of people who have been living illegally in the u.k. for decades many of those affected lost their jobs and where denied access to health care benefits and pensions they were even threatened with deportation while the government has promised to resolve the when brought within two weeks there are still so many unanswered questions and just last week the ruling party voted against the release of secret documents relating to the wentworth crisis saying that it was disproportionate during last week's prime minister's questions reason may promise more transparency into how such wrongful deportations and detentions occurred but so far she has resisted discarding further immigration controls
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despite increasing pressure we all share the ambition to make sure we do right by members of the win dress generation and that's why he will be announcing a package of measures to bring transparency on the issue to inform make sure the house is informed to reassure members of his house but more importantly to reassure those people. being directly affected under emergency government measures thousands of people will be offered the chance to obtain british citizenship free of charge as well as the right to compensation for those affected it is perhaps too little too late your little life here and the telling you you don't. owe so the anger and hurt of a generation who were betrayed by a country believed in sunny diagonal al-jazeera london former manchester united manager alex ferguson has undergone emergency surgery after suffering a brain hemorrhage the club says he's in a serious condition in intensive care ferguson coached the side from one nine
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hundred eighty six to two thousand and thirteen during which time manchester united won thirty eight trophies including thirteen premier league titles. and just time before we go for a quick look at the headlines riot police in russia detained opposition leader alexina valmy as well as more than a thousand of his supporters in anti-government demonstrations across the country and around he was carried away as he attended a rally against president vladimir putin in the capital moscow opponents of united under a slogan he's not ours are referring to putin's eighteen years in power the protests come just two days ahead of putin's in all duration of our neighbors barred from standing in the election for a challenge as more from moscow. is a person whose star rose. on the the end of the last main protest movement it in russia in two thousand and two thousand and twelve that was
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the last time the president was inaugurated as well so that we were basically gave birth in a valley as an opposition leader he now has to try to work out how he's going to keep this going. but to me putin is looking much more comfortable than he did six years ago at least four people have been killed in violence in indian administered kashmir a civilian died from his injuries in srinagar after being run over by an indian security vehicle and earlier these three separatist fighters were killed during a raid by security forces. the u.a.e. could be removed from the saudi led coalition in yemen after it deployed forces to a yemeni island without consulting the exiled government that's according to a senior yemeni official who spoke to the associated press how why the big island remains on high alert as lava continues to spew from its killer whale
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volcano the island has been rocked by a series of strong earthquakes. the un is warning of disease outbreaks following severe flooding in kenya at least one hundred twelve people have been killed in more than two hundred sixty thousand displaced over the past two months and decorated british football manager alex ferguson has had emergency surgery after suffering a brain hemorrhage ferguson coached the side for twenty six years during which time manchester united won thirty eight trophies that's all from us techno is next and getting to the heart of the matter if not stuff i can see the turkish cypriot leader calls you today and says let's have to homes would you accept facing realities what do you think reunification of look like there are two people think the peaceful unification is the only option for prosperity of south korea hear their story and talk to how does iraq. mean green backed.


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