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a popular filming location in crown when it comes to stories about drugs pride and radicalization tired of negative stereotypes youth worker it's managerial it's reclaiming its image by putting its young resident behind the camera. the stories we don't often hear told by the people who live them. in the news would this is europe on al-jazeera. in an ordinary week dr even atar at the heart of the only functioning hospital in town in north eastern south sudan and his team operate on around sixty patients the united nations refugee agency nominated him for the prestigious nansen award which she won in recognition of his work and the incredibly difficult to constance's. south sudan has been in conflict since twenty thirteen the war has divided the
country along ethnic lines two hundred thousand people most of them refugees from sudan's blue nile state even this remote town and looked about bad hospital for all their medical needs they were destroyed or most of the infrastructures which are in are. almost always including little was stored. in the presence of you know visions of the mother to walk into the city that they're supposed. jewing sierra leone's civil war nigerian forces were deployed to protect civilians instead some turned on the population in plain sight of a journalist camera the piece is named to. where the supreme peacekeeping force their last approach complete eighteen years on using his harrowing images international lawyers seek justice for those slaughtered by their guardians peace kilis on al-jazeera.
gathering their forces the power struggle. you're watching from headquarters and. also ahead the fighter jet at the center of germany's tug of war with european allies over sending arms to saudi arabia. refused to cave in but there's a warning from algeria as army chief for the people who want the president to quit . giving hope to.
break through patient to another in the treatment of. fellow showdowns shaping up between supporters of venezuela's political rivals nicolas maduro and why don't have both called for demonstrations in four days time and president maduro is vowing to defeat the opposition despite mounting pressure on him to step down below reports from. as well as border with colombia. if one is going to become the interim president of venezuela he needs to win the backing of those who have up until now supported president nicolas maduro to on tuesday he met the leaders of one of the most significant power blocs in venezuela the public sector union. as you. know forty public workers are being kidnapped by the dictatorship it's being kidnapped by the regime today as
a result of this meeting of this great event we will not continue collaborating with a dictatorship so public work has no place to cooperate ever again no be forced to do anything. and monday why don't return to go back as after wrapping up a tour of some of the south american countries supporting his campaign he was greeted by thousands of people called on to the streets of caracas by the thirty five year old opposition leader. for his part president addressed military leaders on tuesday he acknowledged the demonstrations taking place on the streets of the capital but said the protesters should be ignored it annoys them out of so they're going to this saturday we are going to the streets on march ninth and t.m. paralysed march to commemorate the day of believe are in anti imperialism the people take to the streets to fight this saturday people take to the street
president mahmoud abbas speaking during a ceremony to commemorate the six anniversary of the death of former venezuelan leader hugo chavez the glow of the bowl of varian revolution which brought who good job is to power twenty years ago has dimmed with venezuelans now face is the fallout of a power struggle between a determine the president and an equally unwavering opposition leader. david smolensky was a mayor of district in caracas before he was removed from office by maduro he says the president hasn't arrested why don't yet because they pose henschel consequences . model very weak at the moment he's completely isolated nine out of ten ben as well and. one him out of. power. i mean everyone knows in venezuela he's the responsible because all the shortages of food shortages already seen they hyperinflation there
will be more than ten million percent of these years according to the i.m.f. you for response hold on more than three million venezuelans of lead the country seems to laos and fifteen soberness when i was once a country with democracy with freedom with no role and we've plenty of opportunities so if he would have detained president wade or yesterday i mean he would have had more and more people on the streets on obviously there pressure from the international community would have increased germany's expected to decide in the coming hours if it will extend a ban on arms exports to saudi arabia it's under pressure from powerful european allies france and britain to lift that ban imposed after the murder of saudi journalist. paul brennan reports. if there had already been enormous international concern over the tens of thousands of civilian deaths caused by saudi led coalition air strikes in yemen since twenty fifteen. and when saudi agents
murdered the journalist in istanbul last october germany finally cried halt temporarily freezing existing arms deals and banning any new weapons contracts with the kingdom yet it offers an act of defiance and it's often said that it is a dilemma between morals and rail politic i think that's wrong the german government has had political principle since the year two thousand which say that we do not exporting countries in gauged in war zones. germany was not alone in its concerns last september spain council the sale of four hundred laser guided bombs to saudi arabia but unlike germany spain reinstated its deal a week later fearing the saudis my counsel a two billion dollar order for spanish built corvettes. germany's embargo has even bigger implications. the typhoon eurofighter the saudi air force has more than
fifty already and uses them in yemen the cockpit from fuselage spine fin and part of the refuse a large a made by b.a. systems in the u.k. the right wing and left leading wing edge made by spain allana and italy make the left wing and part of the refusal but the central fuselage is manufactured by germany and germany's export ban means britain can't deliver on a thirteen billion dollars deal to sell the next forty eight typhoon aircraft to saudi arabia airbus is chief executive vented his frustration at the recent munich security conference i want us. to come to the conclusion that the germans are of the opinion the only day the responsible arms export policies and others don't. analysts warn that the dispute is damaging strategic alliances all the claim of defense cooperation in europe. is it's fairly brenda disowned by the idea that there is no real cooperation on and on and on the level of defense but.
the recently told though is that germany imposed a moratorium not because of yemen but because of the jamal khashoggi and saudi arabia's going failure to adequately explain the circumstances of the killing in the absence of a full explanation riyadh how so far given no reason at all to reverse its original decision. al-jazeera. top u.s. senators are pushing for a new sanctions against those behind the murder of john. bob menendez on the senate foreign relations committee is among the many politicians who say they're frustrated with a lot of progress made by the trumpet administration on the investigation into the killing in october the senator has gave the president's one hundred twenty days to determine and investigate the perpetrators under the global magnitsky acts but the white house failed to meet the deadline and european countries are expected to ask saudi arabia to cooperate with the u.n.
probe into a murder the joint statement is scheduled to be released on thursday it will also demand that riyadh freeze detains activists secured no bar as a commentator and columnist on gulf affairs he says europe is helping keep the pressure on her case when you look at the european countries bringing this issue to to forefront of the un human rights council it essentially underscores stat for europe human rights remains a top priority and concerns over what happened to jamal khashoggi has now become a lightning rod if you will for detainees across the prisons in saudi arabia and else.