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no history of a revolution on al-jazeera. turkish president bush at a time bedouin returns to office with a comfortable win but his main opponent is warning against concentration of power. putting back to boil watching al-jazeera live from doha also coming out of its knees the interior minister is in libya as a deep rift over the migrant crisis is laid bare in the european union battle over land in nigeria more than one thousand people were killed in three days of fighting between thomas and her days and hoping to make peace through audits hindus and muslims put on a joint exhibition in kashmir. thank
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you for joining us bedouin is returning to office with sweeping new powers after an election victory that he's calling a win for democracy he security not followed same turkey's presidential poll to avoid a runoff against his main opposition rival whose party vowed to continue its struggle jamal in child reports. yet again reject taber is rick torrijos this success however will taste a lot sweeter for the man who's now won more than ten successive national polls since his our party came to power in two thousand and two sunday's vote was a gamble by erdogan who hold for the early elections at a time when turkey's currency was at the weakest it's been in years but it seems to have paid off for the man whose name has now become almost synonymous with thoughts of his country addressing his supporters to undescribed sunday as a victory for all. sarky was assuming galibier the winners of this election are the
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eighty one million turkish citizens of this country each and every one is a winner in this election everybody exercised their rights by going to the ballot boxes and casting their votes and i want to thank everybody you are writing history going into the vote it seemed that's a galvanized opposition could prevent iran from winning in the first round forcing a runoff that could possibly pose a bigger threat to his quest to become the first president under the new constitution the main concern democratic i'm in j of the c.h.p. had tried to garner support from all sections of society he would the religious basis by public you joining prayers in some cities and attempted to reach out to the right wing blocs by promising to expel millions of syrian refugees if elected but as large as injuries crowds where or those of erdogan in the end what mattered were the numbers of ballots cost in their favor turks will have a proud tradition of high voter turnout did not disappoint early indications were
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that more than eighty six percent of them participated while our two ones our party were points with the presidential victory there will be disappointments over there parliamentary performance with the a k p losing the two thirds supermajority they once held only managing to secure a simple majority with the help of their nationalist m h p allies the big winners in the parliamentary votes where the kurdish h.t.t.p. winning over fifty seats making just new legislative body more diverse than the previous one and it's that who it is i'm that many in turkey will hope can help bridge the political divide that continues to affect turkish society speaking to the nation i don't seem to understand those concerns were his jim sinegal. no one should be discriminated against in this country because of their belief because of their gender or because of their origins we will not allow this. the opposition will be disappointed that they were unable to at least force
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a second round of voting they will take part however from their improved performance in the parliament and the fact that's a relatively unknown president like was able to secure thirty percent in such an important election with this victory i don't want to have not only heard from once again that he is the single most prominent houses one edition and sarky been sedated by becoming the first summer thank you jim president he is now arguably possibly even. more than they like he was up until now that he took on the most significant because of my recent history now what he does with mr monday will be turning him sex not into him he was holding down the political economic and social harmony and some i'll tell ya to take charge of you know i'm tough on opposition candidate. was unfair but except at the result he won that one man rule was
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a threat to the country building that each of us there was a huge threat facing turkey the powers of the state legislative judiciary and executive in the hands of one person is a huge danger turkey has severed its traditional link with a parliamentary system there are factors which threaten our social peace we are now going into one man's regime there is no systemic mechanism of rules in this state. who has more reaction now from a sample of the election was full of surprises especially presents unexpected majority in the first round it was welcomed by his supporters and by many media outlets saying that just as john storm it's a victory and the people's alliance the alliance of the ruling party and the nationalists a major piece secured the majority in the parliament confucianism i think that this is all to be beneficial for turkey in the hope that this new system of governance will be good for our country. i think it was quite surprising that the m.h.d.
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was able to in this mean the world because the will of the people there's nothing more to say. our society is going through somewhat of a stockholm syndrome how long can we go with the current system i cheered for the opposition so i can say i'm very happy this is all turkish media says the election results one of the leading tabloid newspapers of turkey says that zipper down are down as a superhero all front pages are spared for the election results saying that aired on had a historical victory with the people's alliance the alliance between the ruling party and the nationalist m h p but now wanted to remind that most of the newspapers are in direct record told by the government and its supporters however there are still some opposition newspapers and the leading opposition paper you worry it says that. the palace is trapped by the rule wolf is the nickname for the turkish nationalist on the other hand there are other position papers saying that
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they will be continuing the struggle against their one man rule this is how the turkish media through the election in other world news italy's interior minister matteo salvini has vowed to work closer with libya in dealing with the europe's migration crisis the leader of the far right league party is in tripoli to discuss a new italian proposal to stop the flow of migrants and refugees coming to europe people smugglers have exploited the chaos in libya making it one of the main transit points to europe for other africans from poverty and violence the u.n. estimates more than half a million migrants and refugees from over thirty countries are now in libya preparing to cross the mediterranean in twenty seven thousand if they agree to train equip and finance the libyan coast guard to help it intercept and turn back vessels carrying refugees and migrants to europe on sunday the libyan coast guard picked up another nine hundred forty eight african refugees and migrants in the
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mediterranean sea but rights groups say the deal has also led to torture and extortion in libya's detention centers. but we reassured italy and europe that levy is ready to deal with migration we agree in many areas when it comes to illegal migration however we refused completely uncategorically the creation of any camps inside libya for illegal migrants this issue is forbidden under libyan law and it does not apply in any of its aspect. because we believe that it should only be the libyan authorities who control libyan waters. non-government organizations from these borders who want to replace governments and help the legal immigrants well let's bring in. now in tripoli mahmoud tell us more about the message from the libyan any talian leaders there are they on the same wavelength. well. both parties have just finished the presser here in this conference hall and
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it seems that the italian interior minister. is highlighting the efforts made by libya's coast guard especially at the libya's coast guard has been has been supported by the italian navy. ships and also they have mentioned the support they tell your support to the libyan to the libyan a stance and the regard to the international efforts made to put it into the immigration to the illegal immigration and the human smuggling get through the mediterranean also. minister of interior vini spoke about the next stage of the corporation with the libyan side after managing their migration graces he spoke about the corporation in the field of energy and also he
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spoke about sitting sitting camps for a few g.'s south of libya now we understand that their number of migrants crossing the three million from libya to italy has has fallen dramatically during the last year especially after the italian navy vessels have been docked in a navy libyan navy base here in tripoli to provide training and maintenance and support to the libyan coast guard also when it comes to this meeting it could be part of the agreement them random of understanding that was struck by the libyan prime minister face survived and the former italian prime. polo gentle ernie in february last year and by virtue of by virtue of that agreement the libyan
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side should receive. funds and support and training from the italian side thank you for that mahmud up to the wildlife forests in tripoli meanwhile algeria is being accused of abandoning more than thirteen thousand migrants in the sahara desert without food or water the associated press using agency has collected a video showing hundreds of people walking away from buses and trucks as they head into the desert the algerian government hasn't commented but in the past it has denied that leaving migrants in the desert constitutes a rights abuse c.e.u. says algeria is entitle to expel migrants as long as they comply with international law. we lost our baby a baby was killed when we were in line d.m.n. because there is no what a little thought start visual cheer when kids are all all a people go one year all of people gone missing in a disability denuded we're now the news eight small people have been killed in
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ongoing violence in central nigeria bringing the number of dead over the past three days to ninety four the fighting in central plateau state involves mostly muslim herders and christian farmers reza mamadou bihari has called for calm and impose a twenty four hour curfew in the area the decades old conflict over land has escalated sharply this year leaving hundreds dead in central seats amid eateries has more from a butcher block to studio has always been a flashpoint in central nigeria but the for the last one decade or so the state has been relatively calm compared to neighboring states like. and ben what states this crisis the latest crisis is an escalation which has never seen before in a very very long time and a lot of people believe that this is the crisis may escalate before it gets any better the government is trying to come nerves but the underlying problems are
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already there and they've been there for a very long time conflict on land between farmers and cattle herders as more and more cattle herders move from the arid north down south largest it is in central parts of nigeria more than more like the link between the north and the cells where. migratory men move to graze their cattle and get more water now in neighboring states of ben we've seen from the start of this year hundreds of people have been killed in tit for tat clashes or some of these clashes of late have been identified by security forces to be not associated with land issues or farmers and cattle herders crisis it's more like politics being played on a wider scale and a lot of people believe that situation may be maybe a bit messy as nigeria goes into the campaign season
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a lot of politicians are just in for positions and this has brought president mohammad a body who promised to bring most security to the country under a lot of pressure. still ahead on al jazeera leaders in zimbabwe promise stepped up security at a time grenade attack on the academics. environmentally thing australia has seen the government failed to protect the great barrier reef for a look at what they're counting on the u.n. to do about it. however we've got some wet weather making its way towards the proponents that will japan over the next couple of days well a lot of cloud here just snaking its way into the fall northeast of china and that will continue to just live its way further east which over the next day so there's that wet weather across the korean peninsula i could well lead to some localized
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flooding from north korea know the parts of south korea eventually it just nudges a little further east with the south which as we go on through wednesday say good parts of western japan by this stage will see the rain pushing it will be warm right as makes its way towards tokyo could touch thirty degrees celsius maybe a touch woman than that for a saka same plenty of rain recently into the southwest of china with some flooding things will improve as you go on through the next couple of days a little bit about whether they're still into hong kong for tuesday but by when stop hopefully that will clear through so a few showers down tools in northern parts of vietnam but not really looking too bad over the next couple of days lawsie five and cloud all the dry weather to into the philippines but the heat of the day showers will continue to a rumble away here so wet weather too just into the western side of borneo if anything that right really popping up as we go on into awareness day more weather making its way into thailand bangkok with a high of thirty. examining
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mandatory sentencing in the us if the state of florida requires the rest of my life in here as a tradeoff for my family's life to bargain i'll do it if the defendant goes to trial the judge has no option but to give the mandatory minimum they were complying with this judge gives you five years and this judge gives you twenty years so the legislature to make a difference exploring the dockside of the american justice system with job on al-jazeera. welcome back you're watching al-jazeera remind of our top stories this hour
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president bush type better on is returning to office with sweeping new powers after an election victory that is calling a win for democracy he secured more than fifty percent of the vote meaning they'll be no runoff the main opposition candidate says the election was unfair but has accepted the result he warned that it wants a boy in power is a danger to the turkish state it's a sleaze interior minister matteo savini is out to increase collaboration with libya to deal with the european union's migration crisis the leader of the far right league bodies in tripoli a day after libya's coast gone picked up another nine hundred forty eight migrants and refugees in the mediterranean sea. and eight more people have been killed in violence in central nigeria bringing the number of dead over the past three days to ninety four the fighting in central plateau state involves mostly muslim head is in christian fama as president obama to call for calm and impose a twenty four hour curfew in the area. u.s.
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bonds forces controlling the syrian city of raka have declared a state of emergency. imposed a three day curfew commanders say they have information that i saw fighters who infiltrated the city are planning a bombing campaign i saw was pushed out of by the democrat by the syrian democratic forces last october people in iraq i have been complaining about discrimination from the s.d.f. which is dominated by kurdish fighters elsewhere in syria at least six civilians have been killed in the southern province of there are with activists reporting dozens of air strikes and barrel bombs government forces are making advances in the rebel held territory bordering jordan helped by russian air support. has a details. government helicopters continue to drop barrel bombs on the rebels last stronghold in southwest syria. the free syrian army or the f.s.a. is deploying more fighters to repel the attacks but most units in the face
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shorter's of weapons and ammunition thousands of civilians have fled their homes circling in makeshift camps in desert areas there was anger is mounting on the border with jordan where thousands of internally displaced people are stranded. because. we're stitching tends to help the growing number of refugees were arrived daily and whether it can help us you are most welcome. judie and we spent days seeking shelter under a tree and no one came to our help we came here and as you can see the terrain is rough and inhospitable we call upon the international community to help us. syrian army's offensive started last wednesday president bashar al assad is vowing to crush the opposition unless rebels surround the military campaign could turn
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into a full blown confrontation the u.s. which along with russia brokered a truce in southern syria last year has warned of retaliation if the syrian army doesn't pull out. saudi arabia's ad offensive or says it has intercepted two ballistic missiles over the capital riyadh who the rebels in yemen say they launch a rocket start hitting the saudi defense ministry the whole fees of stepped up missile attacks in retaliation against strikes by the saudi erotic coalition. zimbabwe's vice president says nothing will stop next month's general election as police investigate a grenade attack at a campaign rally constantino chiwenga was one of the forty nine people injured in saturday's explosion election security's been stepped up in response as how much are reports now from. in his first public appearance since saturday's
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grenade attack zimbabwe's vice president constantino chewing says he suffered minor injuries and tells party supporters next month's general election will go ahead as planned leave. the vice president was among politicians party supporters and security officials injured by the explosion at a political rally in below zero president emerson and gaga was near the blast but escaped unhurt no one's claimed responsibility for the attack so for a good number of people we have been injured or four to mine in there currently receiving treatment it might at the. israel is
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united. while police investigations continue preparations are continuing for the first elections since the army forced to resign last of in the run up to this year's vote had been relatively peaceful and like previous election reform marred by violence saturday's attack at the president's rally in below well has made some people nervous. when god was promised a presidential and parliamentary elections will be free and fair security will also be increased in campaigning and voting. indication of. the situation remains unstable in zimbabwe. remains on the stable with the system but the. twenty three candidates have registered to contest a presidential election in
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a month's time when i was biggest rival is the main opposition leader nelson chamisa for the first time in sixteen years international observers who were banned by robert mugabe have already arrived if they endorse the election economists say it could help secure international funding. for that to happen and have to be seen as credible and violence free. to zimbabwe. to the u.s. now with thousands of boxes of aid have been delivered to support separated migrant families in the town of mckellen on the us mexico border a number of donations has overwhelmed the charity run center forcing it to rent additional storage space every day dozens of sent from federal facilities for processing station in the town. they need a lot of things they need first of all hygiene items to go ahead and get take a shower get cleaned and so all those items are merely given to them so they can go
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wash their hands and get things. and then all of a sudden they started getting like a thousand boxes a day and then more and then more and. they started they had to come and secure a space here and that failed and then they got another space and that failed up and now finally they have this large space this is not my america this is not my america when we came in seventy five. we were walking with open arms and we were not separated my entire family got here safely. presidential candidates in mexico holding their final ronnie's with just a week to go before election day many voters a fed up with drug gang violence corruption and poverty which the front line is falling to solve john home and reports from mexico city. do you want to just really great now from the way it makes. you blow up for grabs than ever before but only when the president this is going to recall the annoy is low so big
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a rally like stories was like this morning more than the angel of independence destroyed. the second place in the cold. to mexico which we dream of is one where there's no corruption in which the government is almost the mexico we dream of is one in which no one lives in extreme poverty in which we advance together. because the noise running for a left right coalition the same old that i said i don't know that to be true running up and look someone is going to rock too much the status quo completely the opposite then be overwhelming so i'm going to run for this money well no people going to go to school with the militias in lansing wipe out poverty the world should do the little too much of the so on how we do it but where is the trickle brittle this leaves me almost recover over the whole looks like things. from what is great right. here the government has illegally. just like never before in
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a democracy a country. i don't selection their purchase is going to take or for you also change your name to. thousands of anti-corruption protesters have rallied across romania for a fifth day they say the punishment for one of the country's most powerful politicians is too lenient leave you drag mia was sentenced to a three and a half year is in jail for abuse of power protesters also spoke out against new laws which they say will weaken the fight against corruption. i invite armento organizations are upping pressure on the un to investigate what they describe as australia's failure to protect the great barrier reef they have written to the un as a unesco world heritage committee meets in bahrain global warming is seen as a major factor in the death of large parts of the reef but environmentalists also accuse australia's government of adding to the problem with it and we call short
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and mining policies image and set of n. is the great barrier reef campaign director at australian marine conservation society she says the government has broken its promise to improve water quality by giving the ok for land clearing. well what happened when they ended created which is mainly what breaking development is that at least the sore that broke down and you get a heavy rainfall it results in the soil washing off into water courses of inflow into the great barrier reef and josh lodge well the line didn't fit in and didn't the water and carlton other repugnant need clear water to thrive they didn't go to open smother the corals and the grasses and other organisms directly it can lead to increased elbow growth at the expense of coral growth and i can also suggested i operate the harley to stuff it all up it's
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tree clearing and the fourth asian a very bad for the great barrier reef well so we're asking. the world heritage then to write to the adjoining governments and ask the government what it's actually doing to to reduce the problem to actually start to clearing in the grey areas catch. artists from both the muslim and hindu communities are in kashmir and that collaborating on a joint exhibition for the first time in decades they hope their show would encourage peace efforts and decades of conflict in the disputed region may fuck every part. in a disused silk factory in the city of creations of a different kind or on display sixty artists from kashmir as punch work of communities are promoting togetherness through aren't it's the first time in sixty six years works by kashmir as muslims and hindus are on show under one roof each
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reflecting a different side of this divided society it was a great experience for all of us you know people from different groups getting to know about what it was like. and what. it was a good experience because we got to. the former independent state of kashmir has been disputed by india and pakistan since indian independence from britain in one thousand nine hundred forty seven each controls a part of the region both claim the territory in its entirety. the coalition government collapsed a few days ago following months of demonstrations in solidarity with decades of rebellion against indian rule this. reflecting on their own immediately and a lot of works here also a deflection off what do you experience and witness that it is the political crisis the social crisis or the psychological crisis been
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a lot of conflicting ideas. so good i think. of using a certain point of consensus the exhibition is aimed at restoring harmony between kashmiris dischord and groups offering a time to reflect on the region's troubled past and hopes for a stable future. now again i'm fully back to go with the headlines on al-jazeera turkish president juan is returning to office with sweeping new powers after an election victory that he's calling a win for democracy he secured more than fifty percent of the vote meaning there will be no runoff the main opposition candidate said the election was unfair but accepted the results he warned that are the ones going power is a danger to the state of turkey. italy's deputy prime minister matteo salvini has vowed to increase collaboration with libya to deal with europe's migration crisis
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the leader of the far right league party is in tripoli a day after libya's coast guard picked up another nine hundred forty eight migrants and refugees in the mediterranean sea he wants foreign charities to back off and let me be a take care of rescue operations. because we believe that it should only be the libyan authorities who control libyan waters. non-government organizations from these borders who want to replace governments and help the little immigrants. but we reassured italy in europe that libya is ready to deal with migration we agree in many areas when it comes to illegal migration however we refused completely uncut to go to the creation of any camps inside libya for illegal migrants this issue is forbidden under libyan law i mean it does not apply in any rights aspect algeria meanwhile has been accused of abandoning more than thirteen thousand migrants in the sahara desert without food or water the associated press news agency has
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collected video showing hundreds of people walking away from buses and trucks as they head into the desert algeria's government hasn't commented but in the past it has denied that leaving migrants in the desert constitutes a rights abuse eight more people have been killed in ongoing violence in central nigeria bringing the number of dead over the past three days to ninety four the fighting in central plateau state involves mostly muslim herders and christian farmers president mahmoud abbas hari has called for calm and impose a twenty four hour curfew in the area the decades old conflict over land has escalated shopping this year leaving hundreds dead in central states. those are the headlines inside story is next on obviously a serious. is
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the battle for the rock decisive for the war in syria the province which was the cradle of the syrian revolution is under massive bombardment would victory for the government signal an end to more than seven years of fighting and one of the regional implications of the battle this is inside story. hello and welcome to the program i'm dennis now it was. in the city of data that spot syria's revolution in twenty eleven but what started as a peaceful uprising has turned into a war that has killed hundreds of thousands and it's up rooted millions is drawn in the soul.

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