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clashes have broken out in paris during the nineteenth straight weekend of yellow vests protests paris police banned demonstrators from gathering in the songs that is a after shops and businesses were looted there last weekend and soldiers have been deployed to guard public buildings a move that's been widely criticized violence between police and protesters broke out in other cities too including the media in the north and to news in the south and these are the scenes and police fired tear gas so far there are no reports of injuries the demonstrations began last november over fuel tax rises. a second big cycling has made landfall in australia cycling veronica cross the country's north west coast near port hedland people are being urged to leave in anticipation of heavy rain and strong winds meanwhile trever has already been battering the northern coast the storm hit on saturday and it's now beginning to lose strength as it moves inland we'll get an update on the weather coming up in just a moment and then how chechnya is helping former isis fighters reintegrate into society
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and demanding a second bret's that referendum hundreds of thousands join the people's vote march in london. again it's good to have you back well here across china we're seeing plenty of rain across much of the country right now things are going to be improving to be up here towards the north over the next few days take a look the forecast map here on sunday you can see widespread rain all the way from the coast up here across much of the central and north central areas we're on a very rainy day for you out here towards the east not looking too bad only into the teens in terms of the temperature but for show we do expect to see more rain coming as that system makes its way
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a little bit more towards east temptress maybe coming up to about seventeen but the rain is coming into play there hong kong a nice day if you with a temperature of about twenty three degrees or here across much of the philippines we are looking at better conditions there where we are seeing the rain though is across parts of a laos as well as into bangkok that's going to be very heavy and most of thailand will be seeing rain particular down here towards few care we could be seeing more rain coming into your forecast as we go from sunday as well as into monday so we're watching that for you as well holtzman city about thirty four degrees as your forecast high and then as we go towards india well we are. if you know those temperatures coming up before the monsoon sets in tempers are reaching into the mid to high thirty's with some locations maybe even hitting forty before attempt a few of thirty five degrees. sponsored. by i don't know if you will. but that's. where you.
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wonder what are the two bunches of. in part one of this two part series al-jazeera explores the world of performance enhancing drugs. sports. on all. the top stories on al-jazeera us aid agencies say they're running out of time to reach survivors more than a week after cycling died swept across southern africa more than seven hundred people have died in mozambique zimbabwe and malawi at least one hundred thirty four fulani herders have been killed in mali during an attack blamed on an ethnic
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militia and u.s. forces in syria say they have taken the law held by ice so raising their flag over the eastern for the village of. with ice all self declared a caliphate now a race there are questions over what happens to foreign fighters and their families who want to return home while many countries are turning them away chechnya is bucking that trend some reports from its regional capital grozny. thank you that was pregnant with her third child when she and her family crossed the border from turkey to join eisel she says they were lured by videos betraying a land of pure islam but found torture war and oppression instead fearing reprisals from eisel she doesn't want to show her face. there was a lot of injustice there a lot of evil they not only tortured others those who were not from my school they were torturing that we do schooling there that's why the place fell apart it cannot
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be called islamic state things that took place there do not exist in islam after saddam's husband was killed she managed to contact chechen of priorities and was put on a flight home where she became part of a deal radicalization program and it's carefully watched she was one of the last women allowed to return the russian government now only repatriate children much to the despair of hundreds of parents who come from all over russia to chechnya urging the authorities to bring back their daughters richest in the challenge to the it's harder to stay hopeful for the third year there's no news about the case the last phone call fatima received from her daughter was in february two thousand and seventeen visit i was in mosul with her five children. we have the government will give a chance with these girls to be reunited with their mothers if the op found if they are alive they should be able to live in a normal human atmosphere with the help of the state without any worries. the
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organization who lobbies for their return has filed of more than seven hundred russian women and fifteen hundred children still missing twenty of them as i think it is and of course we are all worried they were women who really wanted to get to the caliphate but those women are among the first to run away now they can get it legally that is why if we bring them back through the program and under the close eye of the special services they will be less dangerous. while men who have returned were sent to prison women have been given money and a place to live as policy of rehabilitation for former eisel women as they can many by surprise deal is perhaps better known for being a tough uncompromising leader an unexpected approach in a region known for its violent crackdown against people considered extremists so this policy of returning women and children from former eisel territories is seen by some as a way for the beer of the booth those poor human rights record as well as to track
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potential insurgents and to promote her stature as a muslim leader. is now trying hard to convince your throat is to bring home more women despite criticism that she's helping people who joined a band organization she sees rehab elite ation of these women as the safest option making her the only hope for parents to be reunited with their children not only in russia but parents from as far away as germany have come to her for help stop classes al-jazeera cause any russia. a gun battle in so malia's capital has left at least fifteen people dead including a deputy government minister attackers stormed a government building after detonating a suicide car bomb the armed group says it's responsible. for what it. was we were in the middle of their normal duties when the suicide vehicle exploded at the gate i fled from the building just as the gunfire was starting. with. the
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attackers entered the ministry building when the first explosion happened in front of the gate black smoke was seen rising then gunfire erupted at the scene and i fled from the area. well the number of passengers killed in thursday's ferry disaster and musso has risen to at least one hundred and seven people and another hundred are still missing the prime minister has requested that parliament sacked the governor of nineveh province protesters have accused government leaders in baghdad of failing to enforce ferry safety measures in about forty minutes forty five minutes of voters in thailand will begin having their say in their first election since a twenty fourteen military coup now the leader of that crew pry you to china wants to remain as prime minister through the ballot box and with the help of military appointed senators the most prominent of the parties is poor it's high it's linked to exiled former prime minister attacks and shinawatra and he was ousted by the
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army in two thousand and six as was his sister eight years later where the third faction led by the. party argues that it can form a government that's neutral and there's also the future forward party it's charismatic billionaire front man is popular among younger people scott heiler has more from bangkok. you know from rubber plantations in the south to the opposition heartland in the northeast candidates are on their last push before the nearly fifty two million thais head to the polls on sunday. while they'll be playing their role in the democratic process there's a widespread belief that with the constitution crafted by the military any new government will be far from democratic the two hundred fifty member senate will be appointed by the military government ensuring it has a strong grip on parliament sunday's polling is for the five hundred seats in the lower house. and there's also a pro-military party running. don't need. with coup leader.
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as their candidate for prime minister as mustn't try to celebrate the upcoming election i don't think i think. we know that we need bigger conditions within the const within the constitution and that condition. and the military has used the courts to curb competition among others it has filed cases against a poor thai party led by former prime minister talks and. he faces corruption charges he says are politically motivated and lives in exile was and its predecessors have won every general election since two thousand and one the home to us ally the judiciary can certainly the straw a these pro talks and parties so in the end. the election will certainly be a spectacle that people can use to express themselves and be happy that they had
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a voice but in the outcome. the whole wins again i would say some feel that the military government has been clever in exploiting the divisions here in thai society but some say part of the blame rests on the biggest political parties the democrats put die. the supporters of these two parties are known as the yellow shirts and red shirts and their rivalry has been the basis for nearly two decades of instability and led to two military coups three hundred sixty seven seats is the magic number needed to gain control and form a government opinion polls indicate no single party will reach it so it's likely a coalition will need to be formed and with the deck stacked in the military's favor many expect compromises will have to be made any. political parties that will be successful in this election will face. a monumental task of dismantling and
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up out of repression that have been carefully put in place by the military. so even after the ballots are counted and winners are announced they'll be some intense political horse trading before the people of this nation see the face of their next government scott hi there al jazeera bangkok hope francis has accepted the resignation of the highest ranking leader of the catholic church in chile the archbishop of santiago cardinal ricardo he is facing trial for allegedly covering up sexual abuse by three priests the church is under intense criticism for their response to decades of clerical abuse. hundreds of thousands of people have marched through central london demanding another referendum on whether britain should leave the european union called the people's march snaked through the city to converge on parliament where politicians are deadlocked on brecht sets from london sunday ok go reports. they bought
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central london to a standstill at a time when the government is power lies by brics it this was supposed to be the week when the u.k. would have begun its divorce from the european union instead. there is more uncertainty more waiting and more anger and the forty eight percent of britons who voted in the referendum three years ago to remain in the u.k. are increasingly exasperated this wasn't what they were promised this was a campaign based on lies and i think people. leaving the european union were actually means what politicians from across the spectrum called for the government to arrange another referendum echoing the demonstrators concerned that the deadlock whether you. voted for remain in europe you know to leave the bush approach will call to you support i mean we could all agree that the talks were being forced on
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the national interest filmmakers so poor and rich are so make this week or so strong that it's making us more divided not more you know. they came from all over britain all against the very idea of bricks and given the strength the feeling on show here it's very difficult to see how this can be reconciled when and even if it happens i wanted to remain because i'm european i'm one of a cloud and i want to stay one of a club i don't want us to be little britain. there is a lot riding on what happens over the next few days now the prime minister to resign may face extra time to push through her deal she is facing the political fight of her life one but she may not survive may has blamed british m.p.'s for the bricks and obstacles and that has cost us support for another attempt at a vote on ho withdrawal agreement the marchers insist that nothing is
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a done deal britain is in full so. being of a political crisis not seen in decades there is a political stalemate it is impossible to predict what happens next but opposition to it here is alive and kicking die any time soon. al-jazeera london two mosques attacked in the new zealand city of christchurch a week ago have reopened giving survivors a chance to return and thomas was invited inside the first mosque to be targeted. it has been eight days since the al nord mosque was attacked police have examined and photographed the scene and taken out the bodies builders have ripped out the carpets and repainted the walls at the gates people continue to pay their respects leaving flowers and messages of support forty one people were shot and killed here just over a week later the al noted mosque has now been handed back to
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a muslim community still coming to terms with the tragedy that happened in a mosque they should have been safe here and now that's three year old boy he would have just paid plane or. you know when we hear noises and stuff we just sort of oh yeah what's going on and don't think that it's a gunman on the loose. it's just hard to surf well what i was praying in the mosque when the gunman came in they switched his first time back i fell down people started falling on me. and she just came in or they just started randomly shooting everyone i will since i was underneath the bodies the first couldn't get to me and then i stayed he went out it's still in get up. he came back in and it was a silence because almost no one was saying anything and it was it was like crazy you know and then i heard shots coming on from the fire inside the mosque there was also he's over there i was like ok just stay stopped stay calm and then suddenly
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you should come and shoot really close to me there was a really not a fear in my heart and who's our phones were ringing and you find them and with your them. i could feel the blood over here is from the other person and i have to also feel the shots that were hitting the other bodies in front of me feel the pressure of the bullet i think it was there was a hole they were easily hit me then suddenly for two or three minutes ok it was you know because they couldn't hear is what's up because of the carpet and they were in front of me again it was another shocker and they literally hear the stabler doing shots. every ten minutes in groups of fifteen mosque leaders let people in the yard know that. there's now no physical sign of the horrors of eight days ago no blood no obvious bullet holes and virtually no noise. inside it looks and smells as though every wall has been freshly painted this coverings over all the carpets and the people inside are either standing in quite some time pleasure.
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or the price for what a mosque reopening is the first time he's felt at peace in days it's been and horrific week since a lot of the last of the showed five bodies as well i'm happy that i could get that chance but also i'm sad as well that i lost my serve the last really close what was was very last i heard a major was. across the road in the park where this week's friday prayers were held a game of cricket the sound of bats on ball is the sound of christ church slowly moving on. andrew thomas al-jazeera cross church. hello again the headlines on al-jazeera aid agencies say they're running out of time to reach survivors more than a week after cyclonic die swept across southern africa more than seven hundred
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people have died in mozambique zimbabwe and malawi. the executive director described the scene on the groan as this but rate stating that the situation in the groan and i quote i'm quoting her the situation on the ground remains critical of the reason you're running while there are hundreds of thousands of children need immediate help the priority right now is to give them shelter food water education protection at least one hundred thirty four fulani herders have been killed in mali during an attack blamed on an ethnic militia gunmen dressed as traditional dogs of hunters targeted the village of. districts u.s. backed forces in syria say they've taken the last pocket of land held by i saw the syrian democratic forces raise their flag and who's where they've been weeks where there have been weeks of fighting president donald trump says the u.s. will keep fighting the group wherever it operates or that. our forces have
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raised our flags in both groups and have declared the end of this so-called cully faith in north and in syria this victory could have been a sheave were it not for the great sacrifices of our brave martyrs details of the mother reported to possible collusion between russia and donald trump's twenty sixteen campaign could be revealed to congress by sunday attorney general william barra says he'll write two reports one for congress and another for the public president has been silent so far at least fifteen people have been killed in a gun battle in somalia as capital attackers stormed the government building after detonating a suicide car bomb the armed group al-shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack a deputy government minister was among those killed. paris during the nineteenth straight weekend of. gathering on the. west shops were looted last weekend soldiers were deployed to guard public buildings
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a move that's been widely criticized those are the headlines on. story coming up next to stay with us. really defeated us back to declare victory off the seas in the group final stronghold in syria how will that shake the end of the war this is inside story.
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and i welcome to the program i'm nick clegg eisel once controlled territory in syria and iraq equivalent to the silence of great britain and imposed its version of islamic rule on millions of us will fight as we're finally defeated in iraq two years ago and it appears the dream of a so-called caliphate in syria is over two u.s. backed fighters declared what they call the one hundred percent territorial defeat . after winning the battle for bug following weeks of intense fighting kurdish led syrian democratic forces raise the flag over the final syrian town on the ice will control. we are now into the end of our military campaign with this victory we congratulate the kurdish are a christian nation we've defeated state from the face of the earth. thousands of people who escaped the fighting are stranded in refugee camps let's hear now from iran carney takes a look at the rise and fall of ice. this is what the end of ice or self declared
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caliphate looks like those who fled isis last on clay village in northeastern syria say it's not the end of the state in the way i saw intended rather it's just the last place well i saw members offered any kind of coordinated resistance. i said doesn't want any families to leave we have tried. unsuccessfully until yesterday the situation under siege is back to fort our children are hungry our ford had finished the shouting water and so many people that died. are hungry and desperate the state that i saw intended one that allowed them to generate revenue through taxation and oil sands and to be able to pass laws was defeated in july two thousand and seventeen according to the iraqi government. that's when i saw was pushed out of iraq's second largest city mosul. at the same
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time syrian democratic forces backed by coalition airstrikes mounted an operation against the group's last major stronghold the city of iraq and syria i saw lost that battle in october the same year. now all that remains of the group is pockets of fighters confined to small areas in iraq and syria analysts say the decline for eisel began with its attempt to take a town on the syrian turkish border in september two thousand and fourteen that's kabbani over there the siege of qurbani on the turkey syria border is considered to be a turning point in the battle against eisel turkey were very worried that they managed to get this close to the turkish border so they allowed both the kurdish peshmerga and free syrian army forces to use their territory to go in to combine in conjunction with the wipe e.g. they were able to force i saw fighters on the outskirts of the town for many it's considered the beginning of the end feisal caliphate in just
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a few short years eisel lost its territory and by the end of two thousand and seven teams stopped referring to the caliphate in two thousand and nineteen the group still represents a major threat however by using supporters outside of iraq and syria the group has turned to social media to get its message across but platforms like facebook and twitter have closed thousands of isolated accounts the group now uses secure instant messaging apps things like telegram really have taken center stage so. if your kind of self respecting jehadi you probably are on telegrams because that's where all groups whether it's isis or al qaeda or h t s that's where they all share . the majority the vast majority of their propaganda that's where the key conversations are happening it surprised many that the us president donald trump has now declared the end of the caliphate saying he simply playing to his domestic audience there's more concern about beisel fighters the remain in iraq and syria and what they might be planning for the future iraq of which is
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a on the take the serial port of. ok let's take this on now let's bring in our guests joining me right here on set we have more in kabul and who's the head of policy analysis at the arab center for research and policy studies over nothings we have a new rink she's a journalist and author of the book the war on isis on the road to the caliphate and in that land we have meir blum she's a professor at georgia state university and author of the forthcoming book small arms children and terrorism welcome to you all and i'd like to start with you here in the studio so we have this last piece of ice all territory reclaimed but what happens now is i will finish his i feel diminished is it rebuilding what threat does i still present now i think we have to be cautious now i think it's been it's a bit and if the early to celebrate the end off. as an ideology it me have actually
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finished as a territorial entity but i think as an ideology is still very much alive in my opinion because i believe that if we don't tackle that all that what causes which had in the first this led to the emergence of ice and i think we are going to see it come back because so far we have seen like three generations of jihadists start. being from afghanistan one nine hundred seventy nine until the end of the soviet invasion there in the early one nine hundred ninety s. and then we have seen the second generation of jihadists after the us occupation of iraq and then i said in my opinion is the third generation of jihad this. image and fact as that action to the sectarian policies of iran that maliki government in iraq the security the heavy hand the security approach which syrian president bashar assad used against the protesters of the very early origins of the syrian
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revolution so unless we deal with these issues i think isis was so alive. bloom in your view as well do you think it's not we haven't seen it completed yet it's not over yet i think marwan is absolutely correct i think we have to disaggregate there are two isis phenomena there's a phenomenon of isis that is a territorial entity that is no more but then the issue of the ideology and the spread of its popularity especially on social media something that we can't ignore you can't bomb an ideology out of existence the way you can the territorial strongholds that isis no longer in control do you follow me or the propaganda you've studied it you focus on it what sense do you have is the eiffel franchise despite this setback to them is the franchise still growing. the franchise is definitely still in existence there was a period of time after the loss of muscle that we saw a real decline in the
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a number of media offices that i saw when isis was issuing its propaganda on the daily collection that we do a georgia state university we saw a real downturn and then about a month and a half ago a bunch of new channels began to emerge a you had in the segment beforehand mr cooper was saying the telegram is being used extensively and so not only is it telegram but we're seeing other platforms other encrypted platforms that are being tested for isis distribution of its material and after the christ church monster a massacre in the two mosques last week. who has not been heard of since september twenty eighth seen reemerged to issue a forty four minute audiotape to encourage people to rise up and take revenge for the massacres that happened by a white terrorist in new in new zealand right where the ideology is clearly some of
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the nice we talk of that something we're going to come to a little bit later in the program but. let's look at the situation with ice along the ground what degree of organization is there left on the ground in syria it was a well disciplined and battle hardened force where will these fighters go on. all over the place to be quite honest we know that there is a number of pockets both in iraq and in syria not only in the. border area but also a bit deeper into iraq and there's people that are active with all the tactics that we knew al qaeda before off and isis in the beginning so they kidnap people and they ambush. cars day ambush checkpoints just about weekly and sometimes even more in iraq you get these kind of reports there's a lot of activity still around there are some people that's say that there is about
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fifteen thousand. fighters still around in iraq and syria. and where they are we don't really know exactly although we know that there are pockets of in terms of recruitment for for future members of vizsla this loss of the caliphate you get this beacon if you like to many that helped rule thousands of fighters and now it's gone how does how does i sleep splay not a way to potential recruits when you think that we disillusionment you what people are looking forward to is that. there is a caliphate which is the place where all the muslims want to be this new beautiful new state now that is gone so but that's not the only thing the ideology the ideology is is still there amongst radical sunni muslims in iraq and isis had quite
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a following amongst them it was not just that people were following them because they were going to get them back into power it's also religious and that religious aspect is still there when you want to come in but i think. it's very much like at the who for me because we have seen this many times before we have seen it for example after the end of the afghan war when when the afghanis they actually made it back home after the end of the afghan war and also where we have seen it once one more time when the united states invaded i'm going to stand when these you have this all saw the spirit of almost all over the world and then the world again and in iraq and after two thousand and three and now actually after i mean destroying that he laughed in syria i fear that many of those fighters actually would be will be making it back home to their own countries because don't forget
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that after all the bulk of isis fighters actually are foreigners and we have some from europe some from the former soviet republic some from arab countries almost everywhere we have at least eighty nationalities within i salute and fars so i believe that some of them will make it back home and they are going to create problems for their own countries and now in my opinion where as i said has been in fact the third italian entity of ice that has been destroyed in syria now the hunt is going to be for those actually who have survived and they are going to strike back in my opinion because as i said earlier and this you deal with the root causes of this phenomenon we're not going to see that he end of it ok bloom what we know it was just referring there to the experience in iraq and what we learned from that experience because i was defeated or back in two thousand and seventeen in iraq but the group then evolved in kind of reinvented itself.
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well there's two things the fact the every time one of these jihadi groups metastasizes there's a period of time where they recede and they are planning they are recruiting they're getting ready for the next iteration and so isis stems from the defeat of al qaeda in iraq in two thousand and five and two thousand and six but i think it's also important to add to what a moron in this new ring said is part of isis's ideology of the apocalypse does predict that there is a period of time where they have to recede back into the desert that there's a period of time where a doll because destroyed and then they reemerge and so it's not completely inconsistent with the way in which isis has predicated its ideology of like the phoenix emerging from the ashes it will come back it's also very important that we know that many of the the young people who were born for brought to the caliphate
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the so-called. the cubs of the caliphate will be trained prepared brainwashed to into thinking that in the future there will be another iteration for isis and they will be able to fight again right so yes exactly that you have thousands of children who have been indoctrinated from a young age myth so how do you take that on how do you try and deal radicalize them . i mean there is there's really good templates that we have from different countries that have introduced to radicalization programs for children the first thing to take into account is i personally don't believe the children are radical so much as that they have been brainwashed and they parrot what the adults around them have said but there is a fantastic program in pakistan where the pakistani taliban had kidnapped children and had brainwashed them to train them many of whom to be a suicide bombers and this program has been very successful it's called sub own
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which is dawn's first rays of light and what they do is they pair not just vocational training but also they teach them the proper form of islam which repudiates violence and then they also have social workers and therapists to treat the children's post-traumatic stress disorder so you have to have a multi-pronged approach but as you can imagine this is a very detailed program it's a little bit expensive it's about thirty thousand dollars per child and so because it's a pakistani program funded by the pakistani government of pakistani children there really isn't the kind of confusion we will have with the children of isis because no one wants to take responsibility for these kids either the countries in which they're present now or from maybe the countries that their parents come from very complicated and there's not the political will to take these children and try to give them a better future ok so the children is one thing
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a very important thing you did what about those those dispersed those thousands tens of thousands of dispersed fight is just all over the place how do you how do you keep the pressure up on them to to stop them acting in the way that they might . well what it what is happening in iraq is that the military is active still the whole time trying to find them and we do get reports the whole time off. sleeper cells being found even weapon devils being found at the factory still it's still out there how do how do you get these people to change their mind is a very difficult problem in iraq also because the. the problems that were there when isis came in two thousand and fourteen they're still there the sectarian violence the sectarian. problems between the shiites and the sunni's have not gone
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away actually they have only grown because it's the sunni's that have main mostly suffered from what happened their cities are still in ruins there's not enough money coming from back that to rebuild them so there's a lot of people and you see it more and more after more than a year of of no isis. the people are. dissatisfied they're angry with their governments and this week in mosul there was an accident with a ferry in which more than a hundred people died. this is not people going to the person who was was running the ferry know they go to the authorities they want the governor to go they say it's all because of the corruption so there is now finally talk that the governor might go that also the shiite militias that are still active in all of these sunni towns that they might have to go and that then perhaps there will be
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some kind of normality coming back but it takes time and it takes money and it takes will and the problem here i think is mainly is there enough political will to solve this and to get iraq back on its feet right. oh and what you did exploring there is it makes it sound as if it's not just a difficult problem it's not an impossible absolutely it's really important what to the touch i just said i think we need to look at the ice not only as an ideology of fatah faisel is an ideology but the other part is brought this. we need to look at it as a violent protest movement against certain and he on on the ground and i think the damage to be a security approach is not that enmity for i said we cannot actually eliminate the ice and by only using military force we have to have another approach that is i know that americans are not really good and that nation building but i think we
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have to think about it because i still was actually very much successful end of the routing people from within the sin need community in syria and iraq because what that it has said there was this community has been excluded mana generalized has not been actually given any share in power and wealth has been dealt with in a very violent way by the government of nouri al maliki and the government of. the united states and nation building this battle to take down the caliphate has cost billions of dollars in it and one just wonders if if we saw the same amount of investment in to go going into mission building or rebuilding in this case that might just help do the trick absolutely but i don't think president trump is going for that because you know he's not very much into this nation nation building i think he has already expressed his his willingness actually to to withdraw from syria as soon as this this war ends and we still we still need to know of course
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what the american strategy is going to be in syria after the defeat of isis because it is not clear u.s. strategy i mean some time from say is that he wanted he wants to withdraw and then he he decides to keep some troops on. on the ground but at the end of the day the americans are really good and this nation building them we have seen in iraq actually down really good in the war and in blowing things up when it comes to nation building i think you have very poor performance has what role do you think the united states and the international community should play in this where i think marwan is absolutely right the president hasn't been consistent and he has withdrawn all the funds that were originally allocated to syria the ideal situation would be a kind of marshall plan for the middle east a what you saw after world war two in that the united states helped rebuild europe but at the same time just to play devil's advocate we have to look at the billions
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of dollars that have been sent to afghanistan and have not had a positive impact and so nation building in the investment in nation building requires to have local partners on the ground who aren't going to be entirely corrupt and using this money to benefit themselves and enrich themselves rather than helping the people because in the end you can pour money into a country but if it's not going to be allocated properly the rank and file people in the street aren't going to ever see it and it really doesn't address some of the root causes that marwan pointed to as far as the united states is concerned i think it's a very challenging situation given the presidency by seas and the fact that we still haven't properly called what happened in new zealand last week a terrorist attack. these new realities on the ground that are a consequence of the caliphate being dismantled presents all sorts of difficulties and not least the various disparate groups that have been involved in eliminating
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eisel turkish groups kurdish groups shia militia and so forth what happens no what happens to them they were united in that but they're not united in their the goals . no there in the problem of course is that those militias they have been armed they're going to go back home in iraq officially part of the militias have gone into the military into the into the army but most boys have gone home and. they don't have work which is the next problem that iraq is facing and also you see that these shiite groups are now fighting between each other and you are are really seeing in iraq now the divide between those that are supporting or supported by iran and those that are not. there have been already offices closed of of one side so this is going to be
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a big conflict within the shiites and then of course back to to the fact that we have all these cities that are not built we also have big groups of people that still are intense in camps not only the is east who have been badly hit we still haven't been found all of them we still have about a thousand is eighty boys and girls and women that are missing that had been kidnapped by isis. to two million people still. without houses because they are going about because it was just about to run a time ago about forty five seconds left mark what do you think this means this is the dismantling of the caliphate meat what does it mean for the war in syria not i think it doesn't mean that this is the end of the syrian conflict i believe that is going to be another round of conflict in syria and like going to see that in the
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end international powers actually competing in even more we have seen recently a microphone view of the u.s. secretary of state in that region calling for to put more pressure on iran in syria and iraq probably want to going to see more calm but. and between these different layers to keep it on the way sasha and these are even as water so this is this is one feels ended but we are going to see much more from the syrian conflict ok thanks very much of a thank you to all our guests in kabul and good in your ink and may have bloom we've run out of time do appreciate your perspective on this thanks very much and thank you too for watching you can see the program again any time by visiting our website al-jazeera dot com and of course for further discussion just go to our facebook page that's facebook dot com for a.j. inside story and you can also join the conversation on twitter handle is at a.j. inside story i mean it clark of the whole team here it's goodbye for now.
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on counting the cost this week on al-jazeera we'll take a deeper dive into what's behind algeria's protests last what it's really get from joining china's felten road initiative plus we'll take a look at the plight of venezuela's struggling fishermen. counting the cost although jazeera and hundred forty twelve 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
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days looking forward to for the dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the war. this powerful social network is sculpting a global cyber society and regulation is playing catch up but as scandals begin to unfold they will witness is that we should not be in this position. they will live as much extreme content as they can get on the cover to gauge how ethics weigh against profits and how the rules are being written. and signed facebook on al-jazeera against the odds and in fines to the devastating loss of their loved ones and their homes women from crucial have shown enormous resilience fighting against the odds to keep going in the absence of their beloved brothers fathers.
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twentieth after the possible al-jazeera. tells the story of female. women of crucial al-jazeera. al-jazeera. where every. this is al jazeera i'm doubting you know with a check on your world headlines poles in thailand have opened in the first general election since the twenty fourteen military coup more than fifty two million thais are eligible to elect five hundred members of parliament but critics say it isn't
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truly democratic since the entire upper house is appointed by the military. the death toll from a powerful cycle that pummeled southern africa has passed seven hundred as disease a stark tens of thousands of survivors the u.n. is asking the world to provide more help to aid agencies who say they're overwhelmed tony berkeley is a mozambique sports city of beera. they are tired and traumatized but at least these victims of cyclists are safe now each one has their own harrowing story about the time the storms came each day more of them come mostly from boozy district. on monday to a sixty five years of age he had a smallholding and lived alone he was rescued after spending four days stuck in a tree without food he says his life is changed forever by fellow good little blue little five eleven i have nothing to go back to my farm my house all were destroyed there is nothing left i need to start afresh but i don't know how. he lives here
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now in the sim or in michelle's school in bira along with twelve hundred other displaced people. the scene arrived on saturday after surviving for four days on the roof of a church in boozy her foot was infected after she stepped on a piece of submerged roofing while waiting to safety her future like many others is something she finds difficult to contemplate i. from now on life will be difficult i will need food i will need shelter he's crying for food now but i don't know what he will be crying for when we go back. these people are getting three meals a day and access to medical care so safe and sound and dry but they have no idea when they'll be able to go back to their homes that is if they have a home to go back to i. mean the massive emergency operation involves dozens of countries and it's costing more than fifty million dollars but the focus is now changing at the moment think that the that they cute phase of risk is pretty much
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over those people need to be left. get out of raging water. people and trees and the top of houses most of that is. those people most of those people have been received i think the focus at the moment is relief getting that relief to the people who need it is now an urgent priority before cholera and other diseases break out the situation is improving but there are still risk of further flooding sadly the risk of flooding is ever present and ultimately we have red alerts now on two of the major rivers one is a busy flowing in from zimbabwe to the sea and the other is the boozy river which is a short fat flat river which floods very easily as already battles saturation of the germs of fall so we're facing multiple risks that won't affect these people their concern is their next meal and how to rebuild their homes their communities and their lives tony burke out a zero zero or at least one hundred thirty four fulani herders have been killed in
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mali during an attack blamed on an ethnic militia gunmen dressed as traditional dons oh hunter has targeted the village of cost districts u.s. backed forces in syria say they've taken the last pocket of land held by isaw donald trump says the u.s. will remain vigilant and continue fighting the armed groups wherever it operates until it's finally defeated the syrian democratic forces raise their flag and bow who is following weeks of fighting. details of the report into possible collusion between russia and donald trump's twenty sixteen campaign could be revealed to congress by sunday attorney general william barra says he'll write two reports one for congress and another for the public the president has remained silent so far but his lawyers say they want an early look at mahler's findings. at least fifteen people have been killed in a gun battle in somalia as capital attackers stormed the government building after detonating a suicide car bomb the group claimed responsibility for the attack
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a deputy labor minister was among those killed those are the headlines on al-jazeera sports doping the analyst chase that program is coming up next to stay with us. mean as i want to run away you into. going yes could have but that's the balls are born out of. the knowledge to find out the core of all they're not the only.
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just some resistance dancers and took me out of which most of the set says their last and david sort of supported. the double that of a cousin to bunches of which i like to but i took. a blood test at all my was that all of the. children were substandard to fuck the only thing i. just noticed particular to you. because you can get the most at least. a strong piece kitchen cue when they meet a keanu. cook with smoked with my new. nothing about some
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of apollo's word of mouth as well as thaw certain use the same facts to leg it you want to. pick your singing. you boy going to pick a shining you want to. put before the death of god or go out to. consult man would not want to smoke this night you could see us to see me i have which nap when she came forward. or if i forgot for you or the hour spent part of our talk but it could not be my not going to meet you the part of us is a whistleblower heroine of the fight against doping despite the risks she had the courage to report an organized cheating system in russian athletics. causing one of the world's biggest sports scandals questioning the presence of russia in international competitions. and i ask a question about doping in the russian federation. it's not on the last
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world cup level. never in sport has cheating been so prevalent at the highest level . never has the pharmacological range of performance enhancing drugs been so great to. get something new and it took them this issue to spot the level of cycling football power sports endure in sports technical schools doping is only present no discipline escapes unscathed but where do these products come from how does this underground activity work. to all armitage but certainly it's also going to aid in a good many galaxy most of the stick you have to ship. the styles of high performance schools can spend up to one hundred thousand euros a year on state of the out treatments that are often still under development. the extreme growth of the sports business is gendered a lucrative black market in doping with an estimated thirty billion euros
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a year so in whose interest is it to unmask the cheats and clean up sport demands that it was picked that diminish it given that it was because the measure of the vote to succeed is that it believes about the costs of whatever illicit guy is on the best of us get on the christmas but even voters that. sponsors and sports federations a party responsible. for the video. where is it. rise up without. some leaders benefit financially from having doped athletes and cover up the cheating to ensure participation in international meetings such as ok because it has damaged off that's a bowl of bush because on top of a call for twelve years and in a world that values prefer. moments and competition so highly are the proponents of green sports fighting a losing battle. it's
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rare to find out leads willing to talk about doping. where starting instigation that things parts could i talk to no i'm sorry i have no comment to make nothing to say about that. sorry and only to say well ok yes. money for doping and it was up and. you know and she. hunted him out in force but unless she had been a nobody will talk about this country stop calling every day we can't say anything but. the subject is to boo. clinton about as you said you know that certain things about in fact i'm always. up
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. for. this young man is the first to agree to address the subject area but already. a quarter. twenty two year old quentin beagle a hammer thrower tested positive from anabolic steroids at the european championships in germany in two thousand and fourteen. time to go. was on the body's own field in latin with a long i don't do you want to have like equal. does that you had when you look at you like you do look back. responsive to some of his i mean on the. mystery . of her problem why more her spouse gets what i thought nearly made. his coach rafael peel lanty was indicted for inciting doping. this is of course. room after all just sentiment in
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a sixty year misses the point of forgive for she said hobbled us to pawtucket off if you don't see it when you're on the top of korea for the lima. says kids to school tourist office or not. at eighteen going to big or became junior champion of europe at nineteen he was the youngest athlete for the french delegation at the london olympics in a sport where you normally reach the peak of your performance in your early thirty's his career seemed to begin well. i don't know maybe the. generally. more. sedate me they do all. the. you know stuff and there are bodies on priscilla system who the more traditional on the open your they
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mean all bunkers are very good next on this unit on times revenues but all called have also picked up phyllis diller certainly the incursion.


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