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somali army base was attacked a shabab gunman rammed the vehicle packed with explosives into the base in juba land six somali soldiers were killed in saturday's bomb attack in gun battle which lasted several hours should have attacks are continuing despite losing control of most cities and towns african union and somali troops trove the group linked out of the capital eight years ago i should have claimed responsibility for tuesday's attack on a luxury hotel in kenya police say four of the five suspects under arrest are kenyan police twenty one people were killed in nairobi i mean that there are reports this sprawling informal settlement of much gengel in near it down central kenya live here may seem us ordinary as in any other slum but the residents of. our lord. one of the gunmen in last tuesday's al shabaab attack in the capital nairobi was born and grew up. salim ali good was captured in this photograph during the
nairobi attack and he grew up in this house his neighbors though shocked i'm not surprised they say al-shabaab has over the years recruited many young men including salim from. her saying is one of magickal community leaders we don't owe it to harlem our cars our children have no jobs they need to eat most of them have dropped out of school and their parents are too poor to help them continue with education the parents have no idea when and how al-shabaab recruiters get hold of their children older. a heavy hundred government response hasn't helped either he says residents of my general blame the ease with which al-shabaab can recruit on law literacy joblessness and drug abuse among the youth here it is a situation that is far more compounded by feelings of state and the nation by residents of this neighborhood kenyans in the past have blamed the violence carried
out by al shabaab on fighters coming from beyond their national borders but last tuesday's assault on a shopping complex in the capital is forcing kenyans to consider the threats posed by those a home police confirmed most of the five attackers were conditions. in nairobi somali majority suburb obviously residents up come out to show their anger about the talk unified in grief their message was one of love in the face of such a. business as in the business leave markets remain closed for several hours to honor the dead a remarkable moment of defiance by a community long blamed for attacks in kenya no longer do people feel that it's just a problem for one particular community and that community should be vilified. repressed . and driven out of. the rest of kenya now that is settling in we're
happy to have that but we're also ready to help share our experiences security officials say there's no quick fix to the threat of domestic terrorism the only conceivable solution they say might lie in a combination of education gun control and internet regulation mohammed at all just now it will be can. now the leader of venezuela's national assembly is that a rally against nicolas maduro on guido refused to recognize the president who was sworn in for his second term earlier this month congress has declared maduro a usurper meaning all of his actions will be considered now and void he was reelected last year during a vote that was boycotted by the opposition and described as a sham by the u.s. and several nations within america. we are united we are in the streets
we have the international community and who does the international community recognize only with jimmy institution the national assembly which will take on the responsibilities of all time you can count on. the un special rapporteur on human rights in the inmarsat to arrive in bangladesh young really will visit cox's bizarre where over seven hundred thousand refugees live since the scaping military crackdown reckoned states in two thousand and seventeen mean mass government has ceased cooperation with lee and has refused to entry into the country the actual name now. the un special rapporteur on human rights in myanmar has been shut out by me in march the government won't allow her access to the country and is not cooperating so her work is confined to neighboring countries and bangladesh factors in greatly the u.n. says there are now more the nine hundred thousand will hinder refugees living here
the bulk of them came during a spike of violence in august twenty seventh and now they are spread across a mega i can't here in cox's bazaar now it's the dry season the monsoons are behind people and life has become a little easier but as you can see sanitation lack of access to clean water and latrines can use to new to be concerned if you look here there are workers trying to prepare the can for floods that are inevitable in this part of the world there is also concern about a lost generation of children two to the lack of schools the mood here has improved considerably since last november that is when the bangladeshi government abandoned a repatriation plan in an undisclosed agreement with the government of myanmar bangladesh had hoped to return about twenty two hundred refugees to me and bar the un warned that that could be a violation of international law there was a real outcry here and that play on it was halted so now the un special report her
is shifting her attention to an island called bastion sorry it's a remote island and the government is hoping to shift a significant portion of the road into refugees here to that island it is in the path of typhoons in sight phones it's prone to flooding it's literally called a floating island it's comprised primarily of silt but the bangladeshi government has already begun construction on housing and human rights groups say that refugees might not have access to basic services they've even called this island like living in a prison so the u.n. special reporter is hoping to go to beslan chart no word yet on whether or not she'll be allowed access. well still ahead on al-jazeera and sprawled another top seed tumbles at this train the unopened will be here with the details coming up later.
for nine hundred forty six to nine hundred fifty eight the united states detonated dozens of atomic bombs in the marshall islands when the u.s. was ready to clean up and leave in the one nine hundred seventy s. they picked the pit that had been left by one of the smaller atomic explosions and dumped a lot of cutrone and other radioactive waste into the pit the bottom of the dome it's permeable soil there was nowhere for to line it and therefore the seawater is inside the. when this dome was built there was no factoring in sea level rises caused by climate change now every day when the tide rolls out radioactive isotopes from underneath the die roll out with it. really we're not talking just
a marshall and we're talking before the show. welcome back time to catch up with all the sports news. sammy thank you so much time defending champion roger federer has suffered a shock to feet at the australian open the swiss crashing out and the fourth round on a day that also saw a huge upset in the women's try to help malik has more. it. the day of major casualties that the australian open. if you would have expected twenty time grand slam winner roger federer to crash out. but the swiss went down to twenty year old greek fourteenth seed the finest it's a part. of the defeat and sped response for
a third straight title. more predictable as rafael nadal's advance only one of his seventeen grand slam titles have been won at this event in two thousand and one. and the dollar an easy win at this time out beating thomas burdekin straight sit. next up when the dog is frances to you. you can expect in a quarter finals of a grand slam you can suspect you can not despair and he might. just can say from my side i happen to be in that round. women's world number two angelica of a never look close to the sort of form that seen her win three grand slam titles. the german beaten in this fourth round match by american daniel poland a player right in this tournament and never been past the first round of a grand slam event. i had
a tear mindset of what i was going to do and from the very first point i showed her that i was going to lead her into the match and i was going to dictate the entire way through and i stuck to my game plan and clearly worked out well for me and pretty much made sailing throughout the entire thing and i was feeling really great . he bought eventing new territory it's been more than forty years since an australian won the tournament in melbourne but bharti is now its deficit he's into the last week after the recent win over maria sharapova to helm early just zero. vietnam have produced a surprise went up football's asian cup after their last sixteen game against jordan finished in a one one draw a vietnam one title and a penalty shoot out it means the southeast asian team are into the qualifiers it's now three time champions around play oman in the late game of the asian cup while iran are the highest ranked asian side on mon on the other hand are in the knockout
rounds for the first time. really asian cup competition starts now. it is every team for. nothing to lose so there is no room for mistakes there is no room for a gratz that is no room for saris there is no room for tomorrow it is just c.n.n. now ninety minutes trying to play the best. former manchester united manager jos a marine e.o. says he's already had three job offers since being fired in december talking to be in sports marina also suggested that united had failed to back him in the transfer market he compared his situation with that of liverpool manager you're going klopp you when you see today liverpool and i was thinking oh many of these players were before you're going to arrived no.
no vandyke no robertson no cellar no through me no no money. why not go along i don't think you played today but no i noggin. no kato this is war kinda so when the other day i was speaking about leave the sheep related to the structure of the club is not just the leadership is everything is even the football the football ideas so if you want to monitor that you have in your hands the possibility to choose the players that you want to follow your football idea or to follow the idea that you're seeing is the best to win the something competition that's one saying another scene is if you are not able to do that the line of first super bowl fifty three will be decided later this sunday the kansas city chiefs take on the new england patriots to decide the a.f.c. championship while in the n.f.c. the l.a. rams are up against in new orleans saints this will be the rams first parents in the absolute championship game for seventeen years the team are coached by sean
mcveigh at thirty two he's the youngest ever coach to win a playoff game tom brady's new england patriots are targeting a third straight super bowl appearance forty one year old brady has won the championship five times his kansas city counterpart the holmes is more than eighteen years his junior going it's team that score a lot of points state the league in sacks short sacks. you know it's a good group and i think everybody every position has to play well that's what it's a championship games are all about these are just handed you a silver platter and you know you've got your trip to the super bowl it's going to go fight about we've been a lot of games and come down right to the end manny pacquiao is won his first fight as a forty year old the filipino retained his w.p.a. welterweight title after beating american broner on points despite being more than ten years older than his opponent packie out through twice as many punches he's won titles in eight weight divisions and this was the sixty first win of his career
after the victory packie has said he was keen for a rematch with floyd mayweather who beat him four years ago. well this is a standstill you know capital manila as that decision was announced in las vegas this was the seventieth fight of paki pro career which began back in one thousand nine hundred five packy i was also an elected senator and credit run for president and twenty twenty two and that's all your sport for now back to you sammy. that brings us to the end of this show back in a moment with more of the day's news that.
fly ways and experience the world like never before. is going places together washing filmmaker under a neck or self continues his journey across his homeland to discover what life is like under putin during his travels he meets christians and muslims patriots and separatists i talk to the locals in the southeast we're on our side when i arrive i don't do something completely different some long to leave russia but for other
russian possible means hope and the challenge of happens in search of putin's russia on al-jazeera. rewind returns i can bring your people back to life from start with brand new updates on the best of al-jazeera is documentaries in liberal i was the global flood and the like and the others through the rewind continues with children of conflict we'd love some peace in this world especially. children do not have any rights here rewind on al-jazeera. take gas in athens as greeks take to the streets angry at plans for a name change deal with their northern neighbor.
i'm sammy's a down this is al jazeera live coming up. i'm going to in sudan the protesters continue to demand the president steps down. democratic republic of congo's opposition leader calls for nationwide protests off the top called the classes rival but with. him thank you very much a very good. trade and trying to look at how the u.s. president to strengthen the global economy since taking office. now demonstrators are rallying in the greek capital against the proposed name change deal to normalize relations with neighboring macedonia it wants to change
its name to the republic of north macedonia greek subject because macedonia is the ancient name of one of their regions greek prime minister. survived two confidence motions in parliament over the contentious deal. joins us now live from athens we can see the demonstrations there in the pictures that john did they shape up as big as expected. well i think that the protest wasn't as large and as widespread as the organizers had hoped even though there were so many buses chartered from all over greece and we have spoken to people here have come from all over greece but what you see here on the square is a small part of what is a much larger crowd of many thousands of people stretching across the quad in front of parliament and right now there's an on again off again battle going on between
a cohort of people who are throwing either rocks or fireworks or flares at police. over their heads or towards their feet and the police are responding with stun grenades and tear gas grenades i think that this is set to continue for some time these people have spent the last twenty four hours preparing and traveling overnight here the intent to spend the day here in athens and to travel overnight back to their homes and go to work on monday morning this is the main event of the weekend i think they're here to stay for a while and maybe stay for a while will those people have an impact on what happens in parliament when it votes on this deal. they certainly think that they will they plan to make it politically impossible for prime minister alexis tsipras to refuse to hold a referendum on the name change agreement for the former yugoslav republic of
macedonia to become the republic of north macedonia officially the greek position has been for the last decade that greece will agree to allow its northern neighbor to use the term macedonia as long as they were a qualifier and that qualifier is the word north to differentiate it from the north and greek region of macedonia the won't have people here are unhappy about and really many many greeks who are not. today there there's almost nobody you talk to who's actually happy about this deal it's a sort of bitter pill they feel it's a raw deal something that they just had to swallow what their own happy about is that the people of the former yugoslavia macedonia retain macedonian nation nationality and language those designations they feel provide an exclusive macedonian identity to the slow of people of the best journey and region and
therefore deprive it from the greek people of macedonia and they feel that that is historical infringement so this is the main reason why people are unhappy about the steel it's a question of balkan identity politics as you know and still very much alive. that explaining the situation thanks for that place in sudan a fired tear gas to break up the latest in the months of protests against the president's student sit ins under way at a university in the capital khartoum and the city of a man also seen demands for the end of the shias thirty year rule human rights groups say at least fifty protesters have been killed since protests began of the rising price of bread government total is much lower mohammed valid joins us now live from khartoum so any sign of the president might
be listening to those demands for him to leave. doesn't look like president obama bashir is listening to those demands just a while ago he spoke in the white snow the state south of khartoum and he once again denied that the government has killed any protest and his accused infiltrators among protesters of shooting on protesters to put the blame on the government and the mission that particular case of dr bao because i meet who was shot down on thursday the during a protest when he was trying to help some of the wounded and he said but the bullet that has been used to kill dr. doesn't even belong to any state apparatus and this has been a long going discussion claims and counterclaims accusations and counter-accusations as to who is who who is killing the protesters. the government is now using turbaned men men who whose faces are mosques and nobody knows where they belong and
this is a this is a very serious discussion here in the country now us to what happened today as you said heavy to gas used by police once again in the city of on demand protesters there have been planning to converge on the parliament and to once again demand the resignation of the government of mahmoud bashir this government that has been in power for about thirty years now they say it has miserably failed in solving the problems of the country but the security forces in very big numbers where they are ahead of the protesters and they dispersed them in several places including this theater and i'll buy in what i was there and some people have been are prevented in front of my eyes among them a camera man working with our desire as a that's also a part of another story crackdown a lot of pressure on the media here no big cameras no t.v. cameras are allowed in those protests and journalists are being operated on a daily basis from a vile there. so my boys president is warning the police crackdown on protests this
is just a taste of things to come at least five people have been killed during protests over the rising fuel prices police have made hundreds of arrests the u.n. human rights office is criticizing the crackdown and government forces are accused of indiscriminate shootings and beatings. is a senior consultant for southern africa at the international crisis group he says the warning from the zimbabwe government is disturbing what we're hearing out of. of course is par for the course in terms of previous experience with the government moving into the default position of allegation and threat so yes it is it is a disturbing statement and it comes on top of a range of other statements that we've seen in the last couple of weeks look at a couple of days especially from zanu p.f. yesterday accused the m.d.c.