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and my daughter will respond to all these actions on a sunday for not thank you very much indeed i want to bring in our latin american editor the soon human she's in. first of all. the call of the concert was being held that had been organized by the supporters of the madieu government give us just a brief outline first of all of how that concert went. yes problem from the point of view of the number of people that turned out in the enthusiasm of the crowd it was a rather a dismal failure i have to say very very few people turned out i would say at the best the busiest time of all throughout the day what they were about fifteen hundred people in all and they didn't stay for very long at all and many of those who did come were rushed in many of them public servants who were here for a roll call and then began leaving shortly after but interestingly enough in the last few hours we have seen large numbers of students and other supporters of the government coming here in buses from cracker ass from the last state from all over
the country coming here they're going to spend the night on the bridge that you see directly behind me at the very end of this is the stage i don't know if you can see it's there's still some music going on but they're really they're here so that when in the morning the people who are the people that it was just talking about trying to come in maybe lead by one wide all which is what we believe is going to happen they are going to either try to block their way or we don't know because that's the big question will they use force to try to prevent the entry that is the question that nobody can answer at this hour both sides seem very confident that they're going to win out in this tool of the medicine and food. we've already seen some level of violence we were talking before about the incident that happened to the border with brazil what is the what are the details there that you were hearing first of all. well we knew. very early in the
morning. that members of the decision this group have autonomy in this area that's a very remote very very poor area i think you can see the i mean some of these people by the way let me interrupt arriving now to try to spend the night here on the bridge trying out. in favor of president on down with but going back to what happened on the border the these indigenous groups have been saying all along that they were going to defend their rights all. members to bring in the food and medicine the from the brazilian side of the border come what may that they would not allow the national guard to stop them when president was going to declare that that border was closed and members of the national guard to try to move in there with armored vehicles then there was a confrontation there was there were shots fired according to witnesses and members of this indigenous group that were fired by the national guard at least seventeen people were injured two people died including a woman who was selling. on the street and five of the wounded were
taken eventually into a road in a hospital for medical attention because they couldn't get it on the venezuelan side of the border we also know are hearing now that twenty seven supporters of the government we're not certain whether they are members of the national guard or others have been detained by the indigenous guard which is supposed to be the authority in that part of the country rob thank you very much indeed for now i know we're going to be checking in with you as those crowds start to move towards the british open on this day i thank you very much indeed. still ahead analogies zero broken machines rejected ballots and long lines concerns remain on the eve of nigeria's presidential election. and getting deadlier by the day i mean break that's killing dozens of children in the philippines.
we got more wet weather to come for central and southern parts of china over the next day oh it's been unusually wet recently so a fair bit of cloud there into those central areas and wetter weather comes down into the south of the country as you can wanted to sas day nineteen celsius in hong kong so feeling on the cold side cloud in the rank you will come in here as you go on through sunday some possibility for the southeastern parts of china to also southwest into india china here is fine and dry hanoi around twenty one celsius fun to try to across the philippines over the next couple of days it was a child who wanted to showers into malaysia into northern parts of indonesia some heavy downpours say a possibility we could jakarta thirty two celsius on sas day and perhaps in a little more wet weather just fading its way down is
a good part of java as we go on through the second half of the weekend clad in the rain always a possibility as we go on further north up towards the peninsula bangkok does look lousy drawbar temperatures here it's around thirty four degrees but the logic right sue across the good parts of india now we have some very wet weather spilling out of northern pakistan pushing across the north of india in the process of easing its way a little further east. sponsored cantata. every deal is being analyzed it's being. measured. and it's not just i phones that are things i mean most nothings of the state at the moment we are in a state of the universe that. did something that was growing act i would rather take the risks. to the risks of digital dissidents on al-jazeera.
they're watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories this hour sudan's president has appointed a new prime minister just hours after declaring a year long state of emergency the move by omar al bashir follows two months of protests against his thirteen year rule. venezuela's opposition leader one quite door has turned up at a benefit concert in colombia in support of getting aid across the border a rival concert was held on the other side of the border organized by president nicolas maduro who's trying to stop it from the u.s. and to his country. and these two people were killed after venezuelan security
forces opened fire on people trying to get into brazil several others were injured during the scramble to bring foreign aid into venezuela after president model closed the border on thursday. don't mess with pakistan that's the warning by the pakistani army to india as tension months between the nuclear neighbors india's military says pakistani intelligence has been involved in. an attack in indian administered kashmir last week at least forty one indian troops were killed in the assault which was claimed by a pakistan based armed group but pakistani governments denied any involvement and the military there says it will respond to any attack by india with full force we have the d.n.a. determination we have the days and means to lead to a desired end state we can despond to full spectrum can. and i hope you get it dismisses and don't message. from ohio to reports from
pakistani administered kashmir. and bieber like going about their day. however they are apprehensive about what may happen within the next week to. get on. the line of. separating indian administered kashmir from the. prime minister had already there. and dialogue and wondered if everything including. and the future of the disputed territory of me. on national television.
indian media and the. war mongering and building. for the security of the whole region. prepared for wall and he also warned that planning at. any rate be ready for the. whole nation together and did not want india to get the message that the message of . weakness the un says it seriously concerned about executions in egypt off to fifteen people were sentenced to death this month alone nine of them were executed on wednesday for killing a top prosecutor in twenty fifteen he said about accounts was attacked a day before the second anniversary of mass protests which prompted the military to former president mohamed morsi six of those have had their death sentences lifted
but they will serve life in prison. we're very concerned by the news from egypt that a turtle of fifteen people have been executed so far in the month of february alone and we're not through the month yet these include nine people were executed on wednesday and six others who are subjected to the death penalty earlier in the month but lisa fired tear gas at hundreds of people protesting against plans by r.g.b. as president to seek a fifth term crowd chanted no beautifully go marching in the capital of gere's eighty one year old abdelaziz bouteflika has been in office since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine he will contest the election in april the eighteenth despite concerns about his health has been seen in public only a handful of times since he had a stroke in twenty thirteen. dozens of nigerians are getting ready to travel across the country for the second time in
a week to take part in saturday's delayed presidential election the vote was originally shed for last saturday but that was postponed just five hours before polls were due to open letter concerns the delay and fears of ethnic violence could affect voter turnout john hall has more from the. the only thing stars of nigeria's film and dance world in a video promoting a peaceful election yes and the commission. there are concerns about the country's ability to hold a successful presidential poll this weekend after last saturday's surprise delay and some fear a return of ethnic violence triggered in the past by disputed results with the background that we already have and would have so much lost be shown on misgivings and so on i about our security agencies about the government itself and so on and so forth bets that high risk that results will be disputed people would reduce the
protests the results in some places under the high risk of power. in a crowded field of candidates to stand out president mahmoud who bihari whose critics say he's failed on the economy fighting corruption and insecurity and one time vice president atiku abubakar accused of corruption but promising business friendly policies and jobs despite reassurances by the government and the independent election commission nine o'clock that the poll will happen this time and be free and fair trust in the process has been dented not the public trust in government was all that high to begin with if one has gone through the roof just one over whether you think you. can see one after spending so many years with you this is why we've come out betting on one who without john and why do you think that is if anybody's votes and who do you blame for that you know. tell me you
know. you know what's up with the people in the nigerians have reason to be hopeful and reason to worry two thousand and fifteen was the first election won by an opposition candidate since democracy was restored after military rule in nineteen ninety nine made people feel that their votes. but see. this is it's. significant. step in the election observers foreign and local trying to ensure that doesn't happen. is a leading civil society groups sending more than three thousand observers to polling stations and conducting a parallel vote count on election night. we believe that.
nigeria is africa's most populous country the continent's biggest economy. for oil wealth means who runs it matters to epic levels of poverty and unemployment suggest that job could be done better jonah how al-jazeera. the philippines president is sworn in several rebel commandos as leaders of the new muslim autonomous region in the south of the country. named a moral islamic liberation front leader him and his top commanders as administrators of the bangsamoro area in mindanao the move follows a peace deal brokered by malaysia giving the rebels more autonomy in a bid to stop them fighting for a separate state. break in the philippines is getting worse at least one hundred eighty nine people mostly children have died since last month's jamila island dog and reports from the. well health officials have announced that there is a sharp increase of measles related cases just over the last few days from
a few days ago eight thousand children being afflicted of measles just today more than eleven thousand cases have already been reported more than one hundred eighty children have died and this is from just the start of january alone this is something that could have been prevented according to health officials because as early as two thousand and seventeen they have been warning that an investigation that started then a very public investigation involving a research related vaccine was going to create a vaccine scare in different parts of the country that did happen with joint health officials a few weeks ago when they conducted the what you call a back to vaccine program encouraging mothers to have their children vaccinated they hope that some that's something that government agencies will help them to do so even though many lies not the only a city or area here in the country affected by this measles outbreak the tendency
for the city to actually have a sharp increase of measles related cases is expected to get even worse that is because of a very dense population here at the capitol the health officials are calling on different government agencies to get involved to actually encourage. filipino mothers across the country to have their children vaccinated hoping this will be the start of an important lesson that the country and government officials can learn donald trump says you could extend the deadline to resolve the u.s. troop dispute with china europe in two days of talks in washington d.c. aimed at ending the standoff over tariffs ministrations as the chinese delegation will now stay on to continue negotiations the u.s. president initially set a deadline of march the first and says he hopes to finalize in greenland next month with china's leader xi jinping. a swedish school girl has taken her environmental fight to france sixteen year old to get a thong book is spearheading student strikes against in action on global warming
she joined hundreds of others at a protest in paris they've changed it was their. skip class and helped save the world's climate the message of a sixteen year old swedish student spreading through the streets of paris. a campaign is gaining traction cross the world she still can't quite believe what happened when she first started striking last september i would never have imagined that it was going to be this big. and i think it's incredible it's just it's a surprise every time i see someone else striking and it's it feels incredible. action must be taken now you don't have time for her generation to take their differences now and that is a view that's being supported by many many people here in the past the republic is really spent will come of what you. will and i hope the politicians will listen to
that look how many press and people came here to listen to these kids more than they listen to us because we are always getting into kenya if israel didn't tell you it we think that it's our our age our generation that we it's only good to get it's no duty our generation to change is let them out of studying if we don't have any future and what is the matter of being here and then yes if we don't have any future any outlet it will not survive what the quote. it was paris that was the host city for the signing the climate of. the present emanuel besieged by yellow vest protest has dropped his plans to raise the price of fuel to combat greenhouse emissions of this unseasonably warm day in february you can see the pollution. hanging over the city to al-jazeera paris.
this is all just these are the top stories sudan's president has appointed a new prime minister just hours after declaring a year long state of emergency the move by almost all bashir follows two months of protests against his thirteen year rule venezuela's opposition leader has turned up at a benefit concert in colombia in support of getting aid across the border the rival concert was held on the other side of the border organized by president nicolas maduro is trying to stop aid from the u.s. and other countries entering venezuela. as president in charge of the republic i am to be open tomorrow there is one question that has been also today about venezuela how strong are the people while more than one million people have bought into it to make sure that tomorrow's plan will be a success united the people will never be defeated earlier at least two people were killed after venice women security forces opened fire on people trying to get into
brazil several others were injured during the scramble to bring foreign aid into venezuela after president maduro closed the border on thursday don't mess with pakistan the warning by pakistan's army to india as tension mounts between nuclear armed neighbors and india's military says pakistani intelligence was involved in an attack in indian administered kashmir last week at least forty one indian troops were killed in the assault which was claimed by a pakistan based on the group pakistan's government has denied any involvement. police have fired tear gas at hundreds of people protesting against plans by algeria's president to seek a fifth term eighty one year old abdelaziz bouteflika has been in office since the one nine hundred ninety nine will contest the election in april the eighteenth despite concerns about his health has been seen in public only a handful of times since he had a stroke in twenty thirteen donald trump says he could extend the deadline to
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figureheads for the new atheist movement if you believe something without evidence then that justifies anything you do accept that religion has done good things despite all of our modern police and americans who believe that science holds only on says that the world to be a better place if religion disappeared tomorrow yes mehdi has nine guys head to head with richard dawkins on al-jazeera. and hundred forty world on. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for dry riverbed like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their countries haven't truly been able to escape the war. between two thousand and two thousand and seven the one million racist murders in different parts of germany but
the police were painfully slow to track down the killer. al jazeera world reveals the truth about the deaths linked by a single weapon. the involvement of the far right and the serious political fallout that ends here the cheska murders case solved on al-jazeera. madison in doha the top stories on al-jazeera sudan's president has appointed a new prime minister just hours after declaring a year long state of emergency the move by omar al bashir follows two months of
protests against his thirty year rule go for ports. for months people in sudan have been taken to the streets. spock crying economic crisis have demanded that the country's president and answers decade long rule and step down after seeming to find for weeks on friday president bush made an announcement that reflected how much the protests have shaken the government off i hear from many already that. i declare the following to impose a state of emergency for one year to dissolve the national unity government to dissolve the provincial governments and we will continue to take measures to implement what i have resolved our country requires us to stand together it demands us to remain united patient and tolerant i am certain we will be an example to follow. according to says dance constitution
a state of emergency would allow security forces to arrest this deemed as a threat to the country and its political and economic stability a need government will be formed which the president says will be working on fixing the economy as it called for dialogue some say his announcements a far from what this has been demonstrating want to see. nothing of the demonstrations are likely to continue defiance of history and legacy for two reasons they cannot make situation is not meeting program and the demonstrations are basically based on economic cashiers so it's not just for him to say calm down it's how dialogue when people are hungry and economics has not been addressed. demonstrations are likely to continue regardless of the state from agency alba she has ruled for nearly three decades he came to power in a bloodless military coup in one thousand nine and it democratically elected
government since twenty twelve anti-government protests grew ever rising costs security forces responded each time using tear gas and live ammunition hundreds died the protests that started in december last year have become the longest wave of anti-government demonstrations since the country's independence with a state of emergency declared protests may be harder to sustain and al bashir may have found a way to end the biggest challenge to his presidency barbara and al jazeera venezuela's opposition leader horrified or has turned up at a benefit concert in colombia in support of getting aid across the border a rival concert was held on the other side of the border organized by president nicolas maduro who's trying to stop aid from the u.s. and other countries entering venezuela. but if you think that in order to believe as president in charge of the republic i am demanding the borders be open tomorrow
there is one question that has been also today about been as well are how strong are the people while more than one million people have bought into it to make sure that tomorrow's plan will be a success united the people will never be defeated earlier at least two people were killed after venezuelan security forces opened fire on people trying to get into brazil several others were injured during the scramble to bring foreign aid into venezuela after president maduro closed the border on thursday don't mess with pakistan that's the warning by pakistan's army to india as tension mounts between the nuclear armed neighbors and his military says pakistani intelligence was involved in an attack in indian administered kashmir last week that least forty one indian troops were killed in the assault which was claimed by a pakistan based on the group pakistan's government denies any involvement. studies have fired tear gas at hundreds of people protesting against plans by algeria's president to seek a fifth term eighty one year old absolute zs beautifully has been in office since
nine hundred ninety nine contest the election on april the eighteenth despite concerns about his health has been seen in public only a handful of times since he had a stroke in twenty thirteen those are the headlines next on al-jazeera it's digital dissidents latina i. know who was the one person in the n.s.a. who did what he absolutely should have done. he truly doesn't need. obedience to it. putting aside your obligations to your people to your country for the benefit of your government because the office he creates is. the she needs of eagles very
concretely. streaming accurate talking tension how the us is our own records shows that it was involved in one way or another in the deaths of more than one hundred twenty thousand people in iraq and afghanistan between two thousand and four and two thousand and ten. and the u.s. government's response is maybe hypothetically as a result of this release of this material some afghan family or u.s. soldier. could face risks. we will likely. face is the cost in human lives on tomorrow's battlefield or and in some in some some place where we will put our our military forces the end result as if they are forced to admit last year on the earth at a single person had been as a result. if you were going to write for a moment you lost
a whole lot of time and that's why this matters is because it happened and we didn't know that we were told. for some people their superheroes for others simply traitors whistleblowers like daniel ellsberg thomas drake william binney and edward snowden. hackers and activists like the wiki leaks founder julian assange and the former british secret service agent an emotional they warn us about the complete surveillance of our society they oppose intelligence agencies governments and corporations and for this they are threatened hounded and imprisoned. why are they so committed what drives them.
the intelligence services enough the only ones monitoring communications and processing massive data. also private corporations like google amazon facebook and apple collect millions of pieces of information about us to analyze and monetize. that simply is a self for a smartphone sacked that i hope assertion since there was stuff this iran's once they owned it's just there are nine v.h.f. and the slick not to sit there for stuff to thank us it does almost all i did to be honest. we don't really know what exactly happens with their own digital trails our data is transferred invisibly to huge data centers. sublimating into a complex new identity creating our digital self.
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the advent of the smartphone we have become even more visible. so that i would avoid the police response. and it's not just i phones that i lost my phones i mean most small phones of these days smartphones capture our communication behavior along when where and with whom we talk. apps collect data about our user behavior even our health data in addition many people use digital data storage like clouds carelessly handing over their information all of our communities. are being intercepted like this in a license or automatic and that means that all of our ideas or thoughts are
expressions or associations who we talk to who meet who we hate. as the old internet saying goes if it's for free and you are the product because the use of all those convenient digital online services are only seemingly for free because we pay with our data. we have neither inside nor overview about our digital self and absolutely no possibility to actively control it. then put somebody stole online as a see have a committee and then. spits out for vendetta about his full name is best dismissed so then you've got to spit sublist and you know it's an industry seeking v.h.f. making b.s. on cannot deserve it after should be at is that suppose