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turkey on monday the washington post columnist who wrote critically of about the saudi crown prince was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul in october saudi authorities have not replied to the un's request to visit the crime scene. still to come on the program as israel and iran exchanged fire in syria fears grow that the tension could lead to a wider regional war with global consequences and the hard won peace agreement in northern ireland comes under threat from dissidents and publicans and the ongoing breck's of uncertain. hello the heat wave which was quite extreme has nearly gone this rather innocuous lot of cloud is the change of wind direction if you like is just about gone through canberra on this satellite picture so even here temperatures are dropping we're
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talking about thirty one they'll be bits of new south wales and southern cuisine still up in the territory of forty's before all the major cities is much much cooler now as you can see with some rain as well it's still fairly warm person twenty nine degrees process the low thirty's we're still on the warm side which is probably very enjoyable and you may have noticed a list time this curl of cloud near kansas coming down through queens and this is the start of the problem monsoon rains time the year which hasn't really shown itself until recently and behind my head that is a tropical cyclone but it just stays offshore has done throughout its lifetime for new zealand well the picture is still if you're in south arland take some to keep use of drawing because it's lighter right will that last does not like it looks like the streak of cloud will break to some degree and you've got sunshine well for most of south on that almost all of north on the temperatures in the low twenty's it does cloud up in wellington come monday but three hours is not much to complain about the winds are quite light and the sun is either prominent or only behind sin
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tracked. rewind returns a can bring your people back to life i'm sorry with brand new updates on the best of al-jazeera documentaries. i was little but. like any other student rewinds continues with mom and me going into a war zone he said the first thing i look for is the exit it's not how to get it it's all to get out the pictures there's no point going to these places rewind on al-jazeera.
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welcome back here's a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera the venezuelan defense attached to washington says he has broken ties with president of the us government and has recognized opposition leader one as the interim president at a rally and that's what sank the world leaders for their support and urged the military to abandon the deal thirty four people have now been confirmed dead in brazil following friday's collapse of a dam holding waste from an island or mine rescue workers are searching for hundreds of people who remain missing and taliban sources say they've reached a draft agreement with u.s. special envoys on my need to end the war in afghanistan he confirmed significant progress had been made but said nothing had been finalized. israeli airstrikes targeting iranian forces in syria are provoking fears of sparking a full scale war israeli attacks earlier this week in the mask has killed dozens of people reported to be rainy and and pro syrian government fighters analysts in iran
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say the killings are a dangerous escalation in tensions between the sworn enemies zain. in one of the first military exercises of the year iranian soldiers let loose the weapons of war the same games now may someday be fighting on frontlines far from home and experts worry israel might be hostility between the two countries is no secret since the early days of the syrian war eight years ago israeli forces have targeted iranian allies of the government. but continuing israeli strikes on iranian targets in syria means what started out as a sidebar to the war runs the risk of becoming a parallel conflict. we have been fighting israel in different ways to forty years now there is a direct contact because of their borders we are monitoring their activities and we are capable of retaliation so far we have not decided to enter direct war with
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israel because we believe the syrian government should make this decision they haven't yet but it may happen and if it does we should expect a direct and very wide war on the ground. with no immediate borders between them open conflict with israel would probably look like proxy battles of the past likely playing out on lebanese and syrian soil experts say strikes on each other cities is also a possibility but the most dangerous escalation would come from the involvement of israel. and iran staunchest enemy the united states if that were to happen many experts warn the conflict could become global there is perhaps no clearer sign of the distrust between iran and israel than this monument to their mutual animosity in a speech a few years ago iran's supreme leader. predicted the end of israel giving the country twenty five years until it destroyed itself. his supporters did the math and put a clock in palestine square in downtown tehran for those who take the word of the
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supreme leader as literal and this countdown clock is more than just a publicity stunt for many iranians it is a real time countdown to the end of israel as we know it. better. still bear the scars of the eight year war with neighboring iraq in the one nine hundred eighty s. and even with israel a rush to who're seems unwanted janko well first of all war is not a good thing because all countries involved take a loss and if there is a war we won't start it but we will fight until our last drop of blood to defend our country and even read in front of iran won't go for what iran is just defending itself we don't say war will never happen every moment we expect it but we will defend ourselves and we will surely when. better to avoid war as much as possible is better things can be solved by talks docks without any perception of think about it. while low level skirmishes with israel inside syria may worsen in iran there still seems to be as much talk of peace as there is for war despite open
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hostility towards israel for now most people don't appear to want another large scale conflict. to one. u.s. president donald trump is coming in for heavy criticism from his own supporters after retreating on his border wall demands to end the longest government shutdown in american history on they search the five of the shutdown the senate and house of representatives unanimously passed a temporary deal to fund the government until february fifteenth now it's already been signed into law but trump says he could still declare a national emergency to secure the five point seven billion dollars for the war if no agreement is reached in the next three weeks. relatives of protesters arrested in sudan are growing increasingly concerned about what's happened to them hundreds have been detained during the six weeks of protests against rising prices and president omar al bashir is thirty year rule and the families of those arrested say
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their whereabouts are still not known him morgan has more now from khartoum. a label has and starts his day in the capital with phone calls and internet searches his hoping to hear some news about his brother was a man who went missing on the twentieth of january after protests in sudan second largest city on demand. we don't know where he is we checked hospitals but he wasn't among those injured those who were with him during the protests said that he was arrested by armed masked men and trying to pick up we haven't seen or heard from him since. thank you. six weeks of anti-government protests started on the nineteenth of december over rising food costs the cries for change to calls for president obama will be sure to end his fifty year rule but she was refusing to hand over power security forces have been criticized for firing bullets and tear gas to disperse protesters. the
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government says twenty nine have been killed since protests began rights groups say at least fifty have died widespread arrests have also been reported with activists and opposition figures targeted sometimes in their homes. there's growing concerns for their safety the government's long been criticized for torturing dissidents and activists sometimes resulting in death the number of activists who have been arrested since anti-government protests began in december is not known many remain in detention with no access to their families or their lawyers with reports of torture from those who have been released many families say they're concerned about the safety and health of their relatives and that they want to know who is holding them and where. political parties including members of the ruling coalition such as the popular congress party are adding to calls by rights groups for the release of protestors in prison. who have read this article we want the government to let us know who is killing the protesters who's arresting them and where they are being held they should be released or charged if they committed
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a crime or peaceful protesting is in the constitution and it is their right and they shouldn't be arrested for you know who is on the model and the ruling national congress party it makes the arrests of activists but if he says them of inciting violence and says they will be charged and tried in court it's a talking further. yes there are people who have been arrested they were calling for protest without getting legal permits they were trying to stabilize the situation and they will be charged but that those who are arrested are in touch with their lawyers because it's in the right we make sure they're in good health and. has and doesn't mind if his brother appears in court as long as he turns up alive and well morgan al-jazeera sort of tomb. the e.u. observation mission in nigeria has raised concerns about the suspension of the country's chief justice and the timing of the move welter on no get has been accused of failing to the clear assets and will suspend then suspended by president
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mohamed a bihari the opposition says the allegations are politically motivated and it's halted election campaigning in three days for three days in protest the chief justice would likely rule on any disputed results in next month's general election if he is reinstated. voters in a muslim dominated part of the southern philippines have overwhelmingly approved that the all for more autonomy eighty five percent of the population backed the plan for a self administered the area in mindanao which will be named bangsamoro monday's referendum was the culmination of talks between separatists and successive governments to settle their cade's of conflict. on the web is a research fellow at the raj are at school of international studies in singapore he says there are still a long way to go before there is lasting peace in mindanao the key player right now that's in the driver's seat the moral islamic liberation front will have to you know reconfigure itself and you know where the political hat will put down its arms
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and it has and the other rebel fighters will have to be mobilized and come to the table and start to work with the central government and so this is going to be you have to go into political mode you can have to establish a viable administration a bureaucracy and demonstrate that you can legislate to be given policy to that and to really take into you know into the hands the destiny of the people in mindanao. a recent bombing and several hijackings in northern ireland's second largest city have raised fears of a new paramilitary threat police are looking at the suspected involvement of dissident republican group the new ira which wants to end british control of the province and then as neve barker reports now from london there are wrecks it may destabilize things even more father michael carey is a catholic priest in northern ireland second city during decades of upheaval
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community leaders played a vital role in easing tensions many hope violence was a thing of the past but after saturday's car bombing some fear it could be a sign of things to come it was horrible time a horrendous time and it was absolutely better nurse. under people families put it against families because some people supported the struggle other people opposed the struggle for families were torn apart as a personal view that while there is a british presence in ireland i think there were always be people who were. resist that and people will try to have the british out of ireland i force the bomb was crude and highly unstable a delivery vehicle was hijacked and left outside london dairies courthouse this is the moment it went off there was no loss of life and little damage but the bombs reopened old wounds two more days of security alerts followed including two further hijackings of vehicles by masked men five people were arrested and later released
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no groups claimed responsibility but police suspect a hard line republican group the new are a. very sore some of the worst fighting during thirty years of sectarian violence it was a conflict between nationalists mostly catholics who favor a united ireland or unionists mainly protestants who want northern ireland to remain british twenty years ago opposing sides signed the good friday agreement bringing an end to the fighting but this isn't where the story ends some rejected the peace deal and in the past twenty years distant republican groups of periodic lee resurfaced in an attempt to reignite violence which is what police suspect may have happened here outside dairies courthouse these are not new and aims but they do have a new political context. northern ireland's devolved power sharing government collapsed two years ago leaving a political vacuum in the province and breaks it happened opening up
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a fierce debate over the border between northern ireland and the republic of ireland to the member the good friday agreement guaranteed an open border ending military checkpoints and customs posts a no deal breaks it could mean the return of hard infrastructure the new ira views any border as a target should frame was once the political wing of the provisional ira they signed up to the good friday peace deal renounce violence and are now at the center of northern irish politics we believe that the rule of law and a great ireland a story they express wishes of the people of ireland and the democratic nature the bombings being condemned across northern ireland's entire political spectrum peace here was hard won but it remains fragile leave barca al-jazeera terry thousands of people have marched in the serbian capital for an eight week to protest against president alexander of which scotland demonstrators made their way
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through snow in belgrade streets blocking traffic in the city center as they headed towards the state forecaster and onto government buildings the organizers are calling for the government to loosen its tight grip on the country's media. malaysia is fast becoming the top this the nation for plastic waste from around the world people have been trying to cash in on china's decision to ban the importing of plastic waste a year ago it's estimated that malaysia could make eight hundred seventy million dollars just this year from the plastic processing industry but as far as louis reports from selangor state there are big environmental costs. punching him and his friends became environmental activists by accident the businessman and former village chief was spurred on by what was happening near his home into our state the number of plastic recycling factories had increased many of them illegally so yes usually good for me to hawaii to smoke and the smell from the factories was too
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much for us to bear even in the middle of the night there was no response it's all told chung and foresman officials have since shut down thirty factories in the area alone but authorities say there are hundreds more scattered across the country the industry is fueled by beijing's ban on plastic waste imports into china that came into effect this year and opened up a gap in the market between january and july malaysia imported more than four hundred fifty thousand tonnes of plastic waste forty percent more than for the whole of two thousand and seventeen it is an international global issue so our question to the countries in the western countries the u.k. in new zealand australia why do you say no risk to malaysia why do they know with the other countries being a country i thing financially they are more comparable to treat this race
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not all plastic waste that ends up here can be recycled malaysia is now stuck with tons of plastic waste that will end up in landfills at huge financial and environmental costs that's not the only has a plastic. poses this is a common practice by on regulated plastic recycling factories here rather than pay for waste collection they dump and burn whatever can't be recycled the stench here is unbearable. the plastic processing industry could in malaysia eight hundred fourteen million dollars this year making the government reluctant to put a complete ban on the imports of plastic waste for now but it is taking steps to limit imports of plastic waste with a plan to phase them out entirely within three years florence li. state malaysia.
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watching out there he is a reminder of our top stories the venezuelan the fence appassionata washington says he has broken ties with president of the us government and is recognized opposition leader. as the interim president while the us secretary of state microphone peo has called for countries to end their financial dealings with the government and pick a side in the dispute either you stand with the forces of freedom or you're in league with material and his mayhem some countries have publicly taken former president to do aside china russia syria and iran are just four of them it's not a surprise that those who rule without democracy in their own countries are trying to prop up majority while he is in dire straits. thirty four people have now been confirmed dead in brazil following friday's collapse of a dam holding waste from an iron ore mine rescue workers are searching for hundreds of people who remain missing valeted that's the mining company responsible for the
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dam has been forced to suspend all operations the company's assets worth one point three billion dollars of also being frozen for pay for damages taliban sources say they've reached a draft agreement with the u.s. to end the war in afghanistan after six days of talks in capital yes envoys on my head leaves a significant progress was made but any deal must include talks between the taliban and afghan government that is that heading to kabul for meetings with president honey u.s. president donald trump is coming in for heavy criticism from his own supporters after retreating on his border wall demands to end the longest government shutdown in american history on day thirty five of the shutdown the senate and house of representatives unanimously passed a temporary deal to fund the government until february fifteenth and the un human rights investigator looking into the murder of saudi journalist. has requested access to the saudi consulate in istanbul agnes kalimat begins
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a week long mission to turkey on monday was killed by a hit squad in the saudi building in october those were the headlines my colleagues in doha will have more news in half an hour coming up next it's rewind mo and me thank you for watching of. each year childhood ends for an estimated fifteen million girls globally married before the age of eighteen. young girls compelled to marry after fleeing the war in syria share their stories on talk to al-jazeera.
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and welcome again to rewind i'm elizabeth. when we first launched al-jazeera english more than ten years ago our goal was to seek out the sort of documentaries on the channel simply weren't doing well here on rewind we revisit some of the best of them to find out how they came about and how the stories moved on well today we rewind into two thousand and six and one of the earliest of those programs for more than thirty years mohamad made was a legendary figure in africa a photo and video journalist who chronicled the momentous events of the second half of the twentieth century a turbulent time for the continent mo and me was a series made by muhammad son sunday in which he tells the story of his father's career and camera picks the agency has father created a brave and highly respected figure in africa mohamed came to global prominence
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when his film and photos of the mine nine hundred eighty four ethiopian famine shocked the world and led directly to the international live aid phenomenon where today we're returning to the final part of the series which tells the tragic story of mohammed's death and the legacy he left behind the first let's take a look at some of the stories he chronicled for newspapers and t.v. stations across the world.
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yes. well as you can see muhammad's korea took him to the heart of the action in africa but in a tragic twist it was finally to find himself on what in the at the center of a global story is the final episode of law and me. my name is sally mommy son of renowned photojournalist muhammad or me dad was a regular commuter to addis ababa one reason was that he published the in-flight magazine of ethiopian airlines we still do. data business colleague brian todd lee checked in on november twenty third one nine hundred ninety six flight eight hundred nine six one to nairobi a saturday dad flew in first tightly in business.
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it was a last minute decision to take brian along he hated flying. captain lola but it takes me aboard a flight simulator. it's programmed to reenact what happened to flight eighty nine six one was anything unusual other than in any premonition you had about this right. now it does my daughter started the day. i celebrated her birthday i tom and i came out for the flight for the beautiful day and it's guys claire. started out very nice.
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when we took off when the plane took a. off. before it even leveled out. we heard the i heard some noise coming from back and then i noticed two gentlemen running up the aisles towards the cockpit so they came into the cockpit take a moment on i mean there are three of them they took the fire extinguisher and they started beating the copilot crawled along. i said guys hold on what's going on here shut up the flight is hijacked ok no problem i saw moment i mean come on twice the cabin to the passenger compartment economy class and talk to. to some of us to try to to to to assist him all to stand up against the hijackers but. most people were i think a little too scared so i assume he is
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a very brave man and. what none of the passengers knew was that the hijackers had demanded to be taken to australia ironically they'd picked australia out of the in-flight magazine that died himself published. ok guys i thought. this flight is destined to nairobi. we don't carry innocuous australia let's learn to nairobi really if you're in and then we can go to australia either i told them it's impossible. the hijackers refused to allow captain a budget to refuel at my ruby or mombasa. so you can't go the new possible bus and then last month and i was trying to fly along the coast right so that i don't want to be far from the. they are the line. then he said why are you flying along the coast of australia is somewhere to the static.
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and i thought the ok i thought i had the heading. and now this message came you know if you told. you see this it's a small fuel we're running out of fuel guys so we just kept climbing like this. so you were circling the island of this i was sort of coming at diana i decided out of anyone else right because the teacher day. by now flight eighty nine six one was circling above the camorra as i look. so i just kept on going i told the guys we're going to die they're running out of your armor we're already lost one engine. then started talking with the guys and this time i took my makeup i told the passengers they descendant the man they have rocked. they have lost one engine you took your starvation and we're going to die
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that engine varies so he'd run out of fuel it already lost one engine. and that he had no alternative but to crash on and off in this realize. this is ending differently is that we all thought that there would be a bush usually people will feel maybe one airport the other sort of thing but you know that's when the panic set in the reality actually dollars so yeah this could be the end one time. i heard the door open yes i attended about i saw your father standing on a dime he was standing and talking to i decided to study i don't write you a thing he does the people i could see by the justice just as he was making but he was trying to get people to stand up. and help him. and stand up to it again you know stand up to the streets but most people who. think rather too to scare. you things because he was a he had been in this situation many tell us if he's been in many trying situations as we all know and i guess he stands up to these challenges
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a lot easier than most people would you know. now that appearing as a descending right as good he said proudly told me we have to go. true or false that i doubt i said guys this is finished now we are all dead people know that to do with my right hand side i don't know they did it here is the single adult on my look. disengaged that he did from this country of you know i'm not control right then i just make that part of planet earth. and i have to start lying to myself and he was struggling like this you know this question can live. on and i was not trying to recover from that condition you know he was doing like this. and i was trying to recover people and the scream you shall see calling up jesus. running up and down the aisles people trying to put on their life jackets and not
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finding them the skills. we were about twenty one thousand we witnessed got injured right. so you were just basically gliding off to that point that's where the twenty one thousand feet you were just blood was up twenty one thousand feet yes started to get hot in the plane the lights on the to flicker started to aspire and they got us on the dock. and those all this you know people were screaming and it was just so a lot of panic and croft. trying to be gentle in this time working side by that ok you have to hold it all day. and i was talking to my son as we came down and people could actually see what's on both sides of the plane it sort of went quiet this was like the last few moments case that they were going to make it you know make it. and i just kept looking. out the window and i could see water this is
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a good. good to start the other day. and then finally. i guess maybe five or ten so. akins before we hit the water i went down it's to shut my eyes and held on to seaton from his waiting for the impact on the. honeymoon couple from south africa taking photographs on the beach. but. people were struggling to get out of the seats and you know tugging on to others and you know all that was a bit scary because i was under water and of course yes to hold your breath all this time is that a shock yeah but finally i did get out and when i got out i looked up and that's
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a saw the sky. and i said ok this must be the the other side must have crossed over and then when i leveled out and looked at the ocean us all these boats look like tourists so look at must still be are hundreds of. them. at. the camorra ends in the holidaymakers bring the passengers assure alive dead and halfway between. of dad there is no sign. of one hundred seventy five passengers from thirty six countries one hundred twenty three perished including the hyde.


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