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doing things it seems the americans are able to do with the americans are probably better able to prosecute they want to see her choosing which is seems to be. members of the european parliament invited to visit venezuela have been refused entry to the country they would use a meter of the country's national assembly and opposition leader. to discuss the ongoing political crisis according to the opposition and members of the delegation they were denied entry it's airports and then expelled and this is the most you know at this moment we're being expelled from venezuela they've retained our passports they've not told us the reason of not provided any documents that justifies why they're throwing us out of the country we came to venezuela on the official invitation of venezuela's national assembly which is an internationally recognized institution even if i migiro it's a constitutional institution yet even invited by a constitutional institution they've not let us enter we are the first
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international delegation that was going to visit the interim president one guy you know this is not about letting us in but about preventing interim president one guy you do from seeing any dignitary from outside venezuela when a dictator closes the window and turns off the lights it means he's going to go from words to deeds long live a free venezuela meanwhile u.s. republican senator marco rubio visited the colombia venezuela border a day off to tons of american aid arrived in the city of kuta it's the second shipment of american humanitarian supplies that's been sent this month paid a major role in convincing the trumpet ministration to increase pressure on president maduro and aid is also being delivered to neighboring brazil mohamad john june reports from. the venezuelan border. while brazil's government continues to indicate that they will soon begin attempting to deliver aid from brazil into neighboring venezuela it's still unclear exactly when that is going to start meanwhile migrants who cross the border from going as whaler into brazil well they
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come to this facility this isn't pocket i'm a in the northern state of the i'm a right on the border with venezuela the migrants that are here many of them are applying for asylum many of the children are getting vaccinated and inoculated and there are many pregnant women that are here that are trying to get medical care before they are taken to a city about two hundred kilometers to the south where they will be able to be housed in a maternity ward and get better care i guess the thing that impacted me the most that i heard today was from a twenty three year old has been is whaling migrant he said to me that if he continued to stay in venezuela he had two choices one was either to continue studying to was to be able to eat really showcasing the depth of the humanitarian crisis there at a time when venezuelans continue to come into brazil and at a time when it looks like that will not stop anytime soon whether it's next but
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still ahead on al-jazeera the wound health organization links the anti-vaccination to a shop riot the walls are on opposite sides of the calais. some quasi weather pushing into the middle a still some bits and pieces of rain the snow pushing across iran into afghanistan more than possible to stop and come behind me gonna be fine and dry spent a little disappointing just around the levant recently fourteen cells. this in the sunshine there then as we go on through monday for beirut a similar temperature to four lapper struggling in jerusalem with the top temperature here just eight degrees celsius to the fair bit of cloud and some wet weather myself just to for
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a couple on monday our neighbor go on into tuesday it could turn a little colder with some snow just notice some snow there just around the southern fringes of the caspian sea to run should be largely dry temperatures here around ten celsius let's push over towards western side of the region lebanon doing quite nicely at seventeen celsius getting up to ten celsius double figures the last that fortress there with a little more sunshine but no sunshine meanwhile across syria but into it is set fair here over the next couple of days the light winds feeling quite pleasant wednesday just freshen up a touch here in doha on cheesed off need for the top temperature twenty three degrees meanwhile this must drive now across the good parts of south africa the heavy showers continue to central areas of mozambique will be down posed to me to madagascar moving. sponsored by qatar and. by me every. series of breaking stories and then of course there's donald trump told through the eyes of the world's journalists that's right out of script that
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calls for the annihilation of israel that is not what the phrase. the listening post as we turned the cameras on the media focus on how they were caught on the stories that matter the most. if. they're listening post on al-jazeera. hello again i'm just. a reminder of the news this hour iran has warned of an increased risk of war with israel foreign minister mohamad job and zarif accuse the united states of being the destabilizing force that could trigger a new conflict in the middle east. members of the european parliament invited to
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visit venezuela had been refused entry and expelled from the country they would use meat for the country's national assembly and opposition leader. to discuss the ongoing political crisis. the u.s. special envoy for syria has reassured allies that the withdrawal of american troops from the country will not be abrupt speaking from the munich security conference of james jeffrey insists it will be a step by step process. the world health organization says the anti vaccination movement is in part responsible for a spike in easels cases around the wilds most recently in the united states and the philippines it also blames conflict and poor access to vaccines last year measles caused at least one hundred thirty six thousand deaths globally the philippines is struggling to contain the disease in january there were more than four thousand cases an increase of one hundred twenty two percent on the same period last year
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seventy people mostly children died in the past month in the philippines seventy two people died in europe last year and two hundred seventy people mostly children have been infected with the disease in a recent u.s. outbreak. is an associate professor at the university of sydney school of public health and an expert on immunization she says health professionals need to do more to gain the trust of vaccination skeptics. it really boils down to go to scenes really access and acceptance of vaccination we hunt look at one fact there are a number of them and to deal with the measles problem effectively we are going to look at the way those problems affect access and except in subjects a nation building trust around vaccination requires action and a number of different levels starting from not using facts and action for political or military purposes through to making sure that health care systems
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themselves trustworthy and running well that is transparency in the way that any program in medicine is brachial a shit and the safety systems that are aimed placed to monitor the safety of vaccines are shared with the public so they can see just how much if it carries at a global and country level to make vaccines as safe as possible and into the health care professional level to support health professionals to have them as conversations with parents who are has a chance about vaccination so that we can try to maintain individual trust in childhood vaccination and intrude at the sort of community level where there is clustering of. opposition to vaccinate ssion working within communities is challenging in many ways we need to drive the discontent but it's very important to. trying to build trust because essentially confidence about
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vaccination rests on people's ability to trust that scene's medicine and health care systems and governments. the head of the united nations mission monitoring the cease fire in yemen's port city of her data has been meeting with ruthie and yemeni government representatives tentative agreements have reportedly been reached between the two sides over the withdrawal of troops but both parties postponed discussing an actual date now saudi state media says yemen's with the rebels have killed at least nine saudis soldiers in a renewed military offensive the attacks happened in the southern saudi provinces of assyria. it's one of the west spates of violence since a un broken peace deal was signed in december priyanka got up to reports. fierce fighting in the northern front lines of yemen who the rebels say they have launched major attacks on saw the u.a.e. backed forces across the border in saudi arabia over the past three days
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a number of saudis soldiers were killed and the military positions captured according to who the media sources saudi media is also reporting the deaths of soldiers who the say the attacks will not stop and let mr miller watch our operations will continue on in the coming days that a lot of violence further as the war on yemen continues and the coalition continues to violate their obligations and promises under the hood data agreement the army and resistance fighters have no alternative but to continue to fight and intensify their tactical operations. this is the first significant escalation in violence since the u.n. brokered cease fire deal was signed in sweden last december the head of the u.n. mission tough but implementing that deal in the port city of who they are about is trying to stop the conflict from getting any worse but the realities on the ground are a sobering reminder of the challenges this agreement was sort of blown upside down
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by focusing on sunday the. bourses a major humanitarian access and that's fine. but if you say a ceasefire and. it's ok to have. ongoing war and then a social country that's not a good thing and this is the consequence of the fighting for millions of yemenis and her family were forced to live under a tree after escaping the saudi border starvation has weakened her so much that this twelve year old now weighs just ten kilos for twenty two million yemenis who desperately need aid to survive while fighting beads even more suffering it looks like both sides are not very serious about ending the war and it seems that yemen the un envoy to yemen mr martin griffiths is going to have to haul
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a lot more weight on putting pressure on to these parties that meaning that he's going to have to rely on the british government and the american government at the saying that hey the international community here wants peace and therefore that's what's going to happen politicians in the u.k. and the u.s. are stepping up pressure to stop exporting arms to saudi arabia with the hope of preventing the world's worst humanitarian crisis from getting even worse priyanka gupta is here. libyans are marking the eighth anniversary of the start of the twenty eleven revolution protests in benghazi eventually led to the toppling of longtime leader. well many say much has changed political divisions are still taking their toll in the country. has moved from tripoli. many people families are heading out of driving are heading up to the square where they're going to celebrate and mark the anniversary this anniversary comes amid political
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rivalries division and military conflict but you can. as we have spoken to people. there are kind of three categories of people in libya these days the first category of the seventeenth of february of aleutian riis there are celebrating the anniversary of the world's despite all the consequence is that people have suffered from during the past eight years despite all the internal conflicts the second category is those who are supporting the warlords and many of those people are know what a great thing the fact that they have rose up against gadhafi because they say that they have lost a lot the country have. the country has slipped into chaos economic decline and political division in france anti semitism is back in the spotlight after a spate of high profile incidents in recent weeks the latest one an attack on
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leading french jewish intellectual alan finkel crowds during a yellow vests rally in paris police intervened to protect finkielkraut when several men began hurling insults telling him to go back to tell of eve finkel crouse initially supported the yellow vest movement but criticized it in a recent interview with french media some yellow vest protesters have expressed racist or anti semitic views online and on the sidelines of protests while french president emmanuel macron has condemned the attack on social media saying the anti semitic insults he was subjected to the absolute negation of who we are and what makes us a great nation we will not tolerate them. haiti's prime minister has announced budget cuts for himself and other government employees in an attempt to end mass rallies over corruption people have been demonstrating for the past ten days demanding president of illinois step down his administration is accused of mismanaging the economy at least seven people have died since the protests began at
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least five people including four soldiers have been killed in a gun battle with rebel fighters in india to minister to kashmir it happened in the town of or this as a twenty four hour curfew was in effect across the region after a suicide bomber killed at least forty security personnel on thursday victoria gave reports. mohammed months are worried they're muslims from indian administered kashmir who study in new delhi there watching a video shared on social media of a group in the eastern indian state of bihar attacking a shop owned by kashmiri since those days suicide bombing on a security convoy in indian administered kashmir attacks on kashmiris in other parts of india appeared to have increased its outreach use in reaching because of kind of this kind of violence is normalised call but here. the weeds been joined
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out by what's up propaganda primetime news channels chip just accompanying nationalists you know being for people's blood it gets really scary the students blame prime minister narendra modi's hindu nationalist b j p the stoking anti kashmiri and he moved lim sentiment ahead of elections in a couple of months government to support government will stay in place they want to stay in do they want to put so how do you get the lords do it. dogget up particularly in all sort of class. you give them ideas people should actually. be going to this sense of the what allows been happening to them. you know but in english media by beating them up it won't get them anywhere in indian administered kashmir they've been calls for shut down to protest against the so-called revenge attacks. political leaders a calling for calm. with helpless procession so that communal harmony is
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maintained the monks hindus and muslims we also appeal to the indian government to protect kashmiri students who are studying on the new. government in an attempt to bring calm the indian government has imposed a twenty four hour curfew but it's also stripped five separatist leaders of the government security protection one of those affected called it irrelevant or drastic i enjoyed this recruited to go word of god allah are a large group or not a day later i don't need a security with a gun then the pakistan based on group gesture a mohammed has claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing the worst in the disputed himalayan region in three decades the attack is worse drill ations between india and pakistan which both claim the entire kashmir region and left many
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kashmiris including these students fearing for their safety victoria gates and be algis their astray as political parties have been targeted in a cyber attack by a foreign government the country's cyber security center detected an intrusion in the parliament house network on february eighth prime minister scott morrison says the attack was sophisticated but investigators have not found any evidence of electoral interference the country will voters in federal elections later this year out of there as andrew thomas has more from city. the prime minister scott morrison didn't name any particular country when he talked about a sophisticated state actor being behind this cyber attack but most people think the security service is most suspect china although russia is another possibility as indeed the united states or even is right now this all started ten days ago when the prime minister said the security services detected
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a cyber attack on the parliamentary computer system including the e-mail accounts of some m.p.'s and it's been during the investigation into that cyber attack ten days ago that has revealed that political parties computer systems have also be attacked now that's significant because the major political parties here hold huge amounts of personal information about voters they use that of course when it comes to targeting votes is in the run up to elections and there's a national election here jew probably in may now the prime minister said there's no evidence yet that there's been any electoral interference by state but the concern of course is that that could come. hello i missed on detained doha with the headlines on al-jazeera iran has warned of an increased risk of war with israel foreign minister mohammad job and zarif accuse
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the united states of being the destabilizing force that could trigger a new conflict in the middle east the u.s. special envoy for syria has reassured allies that the withdrawal of american troops from the country will not be abrupt speaking from the munich security conference james jeffrey insists it will be a step by step process. members of the european parliament invited to visit fenn israel have been refused entry to the country they would usually meet with the country's national assembly and opposition leader one to discuss the ongoing political crisis according to the opposition and members of the delegation they were denied entry at airports meanwhile u.s. senator marco rubio has led a delegation to the city of kuta on the border between colombia and venezuela the visit comes twenty four hours after two u.s. military planes arrived in colombia with aid destined for venezuela the aid is being blocked by president nicolas maduro the head of the united nations mission
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monitoring the cease fire in yemen's port city of had data has been meeting with he and yemeni government representatives tentative agreements have reportedly been reached between the two sides over the withdrawal of troops but both parties postponed discussing an actual dates elsewhere anti-government demonstrations have been taking place in sanaa who's these have been protesting against what they believe is the normalization of relations between yemen's government and israel it's in response to yemen's foreign minister yemeni sitting next to israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu during the warsaw summit at least five people including four soldiers have been killed in a gun battle with rebel fighters in india administered kashmir it happened in the town of pul walmer this as a twenty four hour curfew is in effect across the region after a suicide bomber killed at least forty security personnel on thursday haiti's prime
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minister has announced budget cuts for himself and other government employees in an attempt to end mass rallies over corruption those are the headlines the news continues here after the listening post do stay with us. the week began with views of ninety day for truce in the tit for tat us china trade will the largest supply of liquefied natural gas is leaving the biggest one called him we bring you the stories that are shaping the economic world we live in counting the cost on ounces iraq. where every. minute i got to shut it all up on and i had thank you so much thousands have it's trying to get snap demanding that the top ministers mentality has responded by cutting access to
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sensitive side also found refuge in chemistry that did little their decision to see if you missed it you're going to be a different direction that time the country managing.

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