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it has come just in the nick of time for these people their food had run out they were cut off for twelve days the water's only receded here four days ago they still need flour they still need oil and they still need medicine but for now they're ok they're going to survive but there are other isolated pockets like these around the country who still need help in this area they're used to flooding but not with such ferocious winds and warrington went for when we didn't expect the cycling to be so bad it was frightening when we were told that the winds will be more than two hundred kilometers per hour we didn't take it seriously that's why so many people suffered. five people from the community were swept away in drowning clued in a young boy most are now having to live in a local school. aid agencies estimate that they have reached six hundred thousand people so far but they need to get to another one million who need assistance there are a lot of reasons we really need to make a lot of efforts we need more money argentina to be able to bring here on the
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ground before what they what are systems that made these things that we need to distribute on time because now playing for its offices. just a few days ago the land below was covered in water after two days without rain the levels are receding more roads and tracks are becoming passable and that allows the more effective and cheaper way of delivering aid involved. but that help will need to be long term is harvest season in this region for the villages abroad or like tens of thousands of others have no crops to harvest no fish left to catch today they will eat but what will the future bring. many cycling victims will be dependent on international support for the forseeable future. tony virtually al-jazeera or rather central mozambique. so in this half hour we have an exclusive report on why how one australian rightwing party sought cash from the
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u.s. government and yemen's health crisis worsens with more than half of its hospitals and clinics the story by the. i know that we've got a lot of wet weather over australia still at the moment is all thanks to the remains that are cyclamen trevor is still disintegrating other parts of queensland and continuing to give us some very heavy rains. that system is slowly managing its way northward so it will be around the coast really where we see the wettest of the weather on thursday and then gradually that retreat further northwards as we head through friday and friday should generally be a dryer day for many of us here further south though with another weather system that's making its way towards us say for some of us in victoria and across parts of tasmania will see a little bit better weather working its way towards us from further west to should
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be dry for us in perth and quite warm there offered around twenty six degrees now in new zealand we've had some flash flooding here and it's all thanks to the same system you see linking up to what's going on over queensland and that area of cloud is slowly working its way northward across the us as well so still some wet weather for the north island there as we head through thursday and friday will just see a few bits and pieces of machinery weather around for the salvation we find force in christchurch a maximum temperature here of seventeen degrees if we head further north we can see the weather system that we've got stringing its way across japan at the moment making things roll the great and at times and little bit where it's it's still with this for friday. the in. what you're going to board i said i think we absolutely need it. we can get. people in power investigates the private companies. and. in the
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illegal use of torture under interrogation the sun will rise once a day. or not a few are in the hands of. you can make the. rendition. on al-jazeera. welcome back here's a reminder of the top stories on al-jazeera british m.p.'s have rejected eight different options for the country's withdrawal from the e.u. the prime minister of tourism has promised her party additional step down if her with the liberal prevent is the liberal. algeria's ruling party has backed the call by the military to declare president have been as he's going to freak out unfit for
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office the army chief suggestion follows weeks of antigovernment protests and five cases of cholera have been confirmed in mozambique's a badly damaged port city of beta two weeks up the cycling diceware through the area. they yemen is already battling a color outbreak four years of war have wrecked the health care system the story more than half of the country's hospitals and clinics the latest is a hospital near sada which was hit by an air strike on tuesday there's also a shortage of medicines and what is available is too expensive for most families priyanka gupta reports yemenis content to be sick. doesn't because of injured spine on top of that he had to sell the family home to buy medicine for his father and his brother. as his brother's condition worsens and medical bills are piling up their rented house in the capital sanaa doesn't have
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much the only thing for leap to sell is the television. ten dollars isn't enough to buy medicine at the not my brother's in very bad health sometimes he goes into a coma and sometimes he vomits blood to the extent that i am ready to sell all or part of my body to save him. even when yemenis have money to spend there not enough medicines to buy abdul ahad mohammad has been queuing for hours to get treatment for his diabetic wife but as a many days since the war began up the again returns home with half of what his wife needs. about you mark of the my wife also needs medication for high blood pressure but i didn't find it so i will have to buy it from a pharmacy where it's almost three times more expensive the plight of yemen's almost thirty five thousand cancer patients is especially acute. mean cancer
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hospital receives more than six hundred cases a month doctors are facing a severe shortage of drugs the war has destroyed more than half of yemen's hospitals and clinics the journey to the wants that remain open is often long and expensive for patients aid workers say many are dying at home without treatment i just come back from yemen and what we've seen is that many dialysis patients have been limited to only one one treatment a week and that puts them at much greater risk of additional diseases and certainly death certainly people with cancer as well with very very concerned about the situation there over thirty thousand to five thousand people with. with cancer across the board many of them with treatable kits that in normal circumstances we should be able to cure in cities such as thais the cost of water. has sold whales have dried up and supplies are restricted because of fighting some yemenis are
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forced to drink dirty water health workers say the number of cholera cases has risen impious and seven other provinces since the beginning of the air since then close to one hundred seventy yemenis are reported to have died and with the release season due to begin in a few weeks it's feared the cholera crisis will become even worse priyanka gupta is here. syrian state t.v. says there's been a series of airstrikes near aleppo airport and the nearby industrial zone believed to have been carried out by israel it said syria's air defenses intercepted the missiles there were no reports of any casualties meanwhile a session of the united nations security council is currently underway to discuss u.s. recognition of the occupied golan heights as israeli territory the meeting was called by syria live now to a diplomatic editor james bass obviously that move by the u.s. credibly controversial for many states tell us what's going on in the security
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council. well in the security council now for nearly forty five minutes we've been listening to various of the council members speaking dominican republic speaking now and it's very much a picture of fifteen against a fourteen against one around the security council table with everyone opposed to the u.s. move it feels to me and maybe to you watching a little bit like the film groundhog day because twenty four hours ago on shoes day the security council talked about this in a meeting on the middle east just a few hours ago in a meeting on the syrian political situation all of the members of the security council weighed in on this and now a specific me seeing on the golan and i think that's the most important thing here it's france the president of the security council that allowed this meeting to take place france is the president of the security council syria asked for the meeting but syria can't actually call
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a meeting but france decided to have this meeting and i think that shows the armies and the anger of some of the u.s. is closest allies they're worried about what this means for middle east peace and for coming up with a peace settlement in the long term they're also worried about the precedent this sets that if you can gain land militarily as israel did in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven that should not be the way to change borders it goes against the u.n. security council resolutions it goes against the u.n. own charter in existence since the second world war and surveys are the latest from the u.n. thank you. the political leader of hamas says made his first public appearance in gaza since his office was bombed israel anya's office was one of a number of buildings destroyed on monday and tuesday night by israeli jets dozens of rockets were also fired into israel and he has declared victory and says a ceasefire brokered by egypt is now in place. palestinian resistance kept
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its word and israeli enemy received the message the resistance can deliver its message in the proper time and place i call on our people to commemorate the anniversary to refresh their belonging to their lineup especially as the great march of return started a year ago i would like to greet how egyptian brothers for their efforts to reach the ceasefire understanding into stopping the israeli aggression and gaza the un envoy for libya has accused at least ten countries including saudi arabia of meddling in libyan internal affairs the warning coincides with the riyadh hosting the renegade libyan warlord highly for have thought the saudi foreign ministry says king solomon made assurances to have tar that the kingdom is keen on the security and stability they know how i see that there are about ten countries meddling in libya and working closely with the secretary general and i keep them posted to
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whatever information they receive as a result of interference. i requested them in turn to advise the security council on this issue. meanwhile italy and malta say migrants have hijacked the merchant ship that rescued them off the coast of libya and it's now heading to malta under and that migrants were picked up by a cargo ship and are said to have taken control of the vessel after the scuppering it was taking them back to libya. the e.u. has been criticized by rights groups after it agreed to withdraw ships patrolling the mediterranean from migrants it took the decision after member states recalled their rescue ships though it will still conduct air patrols italy has refused to allow those picked up by the operation the besom bark at its ports. the leader of a far right political party in australia has referred al jazeera to the country's top
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intelligence agency this comes after hours as they were revealed efforts by the one nation party to secure a twenty million dollars from a pro pro-gun advocates in the us peter charlie from our investigative unit this as part two of the story. which is here is investigate if you need film to covertly about pulling him since one nation visited the us to attend a series of meetings with gun lobby representatives i guess the one nation delegation was made up of the party's chief of staff james ashby and steve dixon the leader of the party in the estrangement state of queensland they threw in two million dollars a week when i hate to say plush was safe for the senate they were hoping that if the donations from the gun lobby would help them secure the balance of power it is trying to use parliament in an upcoming federal election there we would we think for yourself to. be true to see you know yeah. you know what i reckon
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that. if you want twenty you would you would you would own a lot of houses and after you would have to sell them for a. while seeking millions from the gun lobby one nation said it was prepared to soften stricter gun control legislation in australia that the n.r.a. has frequently criticized the bill without. you being there during their visit to the us dixon and ashby attended a series of meetings in which they were offered advice by gun lobby groups on how to prepare the is trillion public for an easing of the strict gun laws you have somebody who made at least a year or so i worked at a newspaper it was covered in city hall or front or a little bit of stories about. people who are run out at the polls in beijing whatever it might be that could help out there you know and that's going to be
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viewers the words and that's we've got the right is going to put out two of five of those are we. pulling hanson's one nation party has developed an official gun policy. that proposes a softening of the strict gun really wish to destroy you put in place following a massacre in the town of port arthur in ninety ninety six but in secretly recorded meetings steve dixon promised to work to reverse the laws if we don't constantly people are going to try to go dark then to get him out of not having guns to talk to them to get him the politically correct problem and if it is it's one portion or you know it will not hold much we stop peter charlie al-jazeera sydney and you can watch the full program from al-jazeera is investigative unit how to sell a lot sicker on al-jazeera on thursday the twenty eighth of march at six g.m.t.
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then israel his opposition leader is urging his supporters to protest this weekend against the latest nationwide blackout which is dragging into a third day. one says the blackout has affected ninety one percent of the country it's the second major power outage this month president says the u.s. and the venezuelan opposition of sabotaging the country's the credit power systems schools and state offices were closed on wednesday because of the outages. the group behind a raid on north korea's embassy in madrid has released the video of the incident cho civil defense says it's dedicated to overthrowing. the group carried out last month's raid to protest to protect those who seek their help the intruders reportedly fled with computers a phone and hard disks social media giant facebook has announced
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a ban on praise support or representation of white nationalism scrutiny of the internet company increased after a gunman in new zealand used facebook to live stream his attacks and of the change people who search for terms associated with white supremacy will instead see a link to a nonprofit organization which helps people leave such groups. the european parliament has voted to push through a ban on a range of single use plastics and products including plastic plates strollers cutlery and cotton buds will be prohibited across the by twenty twenty one the law also aims for ninety percent of plastic drink bottles to be collected for recycling by twenty twenty nine and the bottles are to consist of at least thirty percent recycled late tiriel by twenty thirty the european commission put forward the legislation last year after its research found that plastics made up eighty percent
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of europe's marine litter posing a major threat to its coastal biodiversity david as a is the rector of the environmental health program at the center for international environmental law he says the legislation is groundbreaking. the ban is very significant both in terms of environment because it will save quite a large amount of plastic going into the environment i think according to the commission's estimate it's going to save about twenty two billion euros in environmental damages by twenty thirty i think it's a very critical first step will it be enough to address the amount of plastic pollutions in the ocean in on land in air probably not you know in every long journey the first step is always one of the most important to take.
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down after reminder of the top stories are now just an attempt to take back control of the breaks a process has left britain's parliament in chaos m.p.'s have rejected all eight options for the country's withdrawal from the e.u. we're trying to find an alternative to the prime minister's twice the featured withdrawal agreement to resume a has promised fender's of a party that she will step down if her deal on leaving the european union is the livered she didn't give a timetable but said she will resign before the next phase of breaks at negotiations paul brennan has more now from central london all of the eight options failed to secure a majority we know for a fact that previous to meaningful votes the teresa mayes deal has been put through resulted in a resounding rejection by m.p.'s by a whopping majority and so we're now left with a second stage which will take place on monday of next week where it appears the same options will be put again in the hope that the some movements in empties.
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party is back the call by the military to remove president kabila zs beautifully from office the army chief has suggested using a constitutional provision to remove the president the grounds. of protests against twenty. authorities in mozambique have confirmed the first five cases of cholera in the cycle ravaged the city of bayda the port city is struggling to provide clean water and sanitation epicycle twelve days ago the storm the storm killed more than four hundred sixty people in mozambique the world health organization is warning of a second disaster if cholera spreads. the political leader of hamas says made his first public appearance in gaza since his office was bombed israel anya's office was one of a number of buildings destroyed on monday and tuesday night by israeli jets dozens of rockets were also fired into israel those were the top stories coming up next
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people and power rendition revisited and i'll see you tomorrow thanks for watching . twenty sixteen one zero one east revealed that girls from me in march some as young as fifteen were trafficked to singapore to work as main it's illegal and costing lives so why does it still continue when law abiding singapore one the one east on al-jazeera. america's president trump police torture works he's pledged to keep the contaminated detention facility open and they say to bring back wall to pull the suspects so in the first of a special two project vest a geisha weeping to the u.s. state that was once the halls of america's illegal program offering dish and torture to ask whether the u.s. could be about to re enter
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a dog chapter in the nation's history. smithfield's north carolina. a quiet backwater in america's south. on the face of it an unremarkable bible belt town tug to meet rural wooded countryside. but thirteen years ago stories started to emerge suggesting something sinister was going on. mysterious flights leaving from the lives an airport. people were being seized from their homes in streets around the
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world transported to foreign prisons and secret cia interrogation camps known as black sites. you feel some sort of them would give off a. reporter for. somebody for. the covert operation officially called extraordinary rendition took place in the years between two thousand and two to two thousand and nine. in north carolina locals began calling the flights from their local airports torture taxes this was a planned orchestrated program of kidnapping for torture i found that to be just intolerable we spoke to a woman whose husband was another victim of rendition. to
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this day the truth about the cia's rendition program and the role of north carolina's airports remains officially shrouded in secrecy. that are realistic do you think tonight from al-jazeera tell of. when making a programme about cia or indifferent. i and investigations aren't welcome. and sorry while you think. nor all questions i mean he's going to start with he's going to call the police yet he's our leader in the. nine eleven the deadliest attack ever on american soil the mass murder of nearly three thousand people a defining moment in american history which was to leave
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a toxic legacy in its wake the u.s. launched a global war on terror including a convert program of kidnap and torture the secretary of state at the time was general colin powell his chief of staff was colonel larry wilkerson today he says that operation was a terrible mistake and still doing irreparable damage to the united states moral position in the world as a leader of human rights and human dignity and rule of law and so forth we no longer are seen as a leader indeed by more than two billion people in the world according to polls were considered the number one threat to their future. and isn't case in lives near johnston regional airport one of the two north carolina airports used to say good rendition flights she took me there. so if you will look down there that's aero contractors. aero contractors our
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local firm that supplied planes for the secret cia program. in the years following two thousand and five allison and her friends began to investigate air a contract is she realized that some of the people involved with the company would people she knew one was and the term. too. had children the same age as my and it was shocking right because they were prominent members of the community so they put themselves out there as being you know. standard of morality. it took real courage for these local women and their supporters to investigate and to confront what was being done in their state. towards. the. i. was.
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to confront it they did you see that were contacting them here to ask them to come out and meet with us which they did not do the only thing. us senate intelligence committee think is suggest one hundred nineteen individuals held by the cia really a cool truth whom we later found to be improperly detained in much of the program and the possibly many hundreds more seized remains unnamed. but what's clear are a contract has played a central role transporting forty nine individuals for interrogation. on the other side of the world in london i think makes it westminster university
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have pieced together how the program worked aero contractors maintains an operating profit in particular which was central to the war on terror and the torture program the evidence is absolutely incontrovertibly the torture program took place but it violated domestic and international law many many points and the north carolina air contract was central to about program. we traveled to gratz nostra to meet el masry in late two thousand and three he was arrested on holiday at the macedonian border he was then taken to a small hotel room where an official accused him of being a member of al qaeda. and served which he missed from. was the. reason the scope of the. problems i can see them dressed in. college was telling the truth he was not a member of al qaeda shockingly this was
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a case of mistaken identity but that came worse he was handed over to u.s. agents and bundled onto an air a contract as plane. on dunnhumby from orgon. or fear for life even our. muscular or human political if you have. a name to him his destination was a site in afghanistan used to cia interrogation one of a network of foreign prisons and secret say called cia black sites places where suspected terrorists many of whom turned out to be innocent was systematically tortured in a brutal period to gain intelligence. this man was
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a career cia operative his name is glenn hall he vividly remembers his first impression of one cia interrogation cound in an unnamed country. inside it is immediately the pitch black. as black as any darkness you have ever experienced. you cannot see. you you could not see your fingers here in front of absolute darkness. and disorienting and deafening. silence a brutal regime designed to undermine prison his sense of self and induce helpless dependence we think unconsciously that. the sun will rise once a day and then sets into the day that's one of the defining unthought of realities
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life not if you're in the hands of the cia we can make the sun shine or not. when he had been assigned to interrogate a captured prisoner he'd been daft in nature out what he was expected to do. so the instructions were you will do whatever it takes to get him to talk do you understand and then it was pressure him pressure him it was the word frequently used pressure him turn up the pressure on him. be creative and i was literally literally stunned i responded we don't do that. he said well we do not know my thought was pardon me for this and i thought these are this is for clear and i i thought was holding it this is clearly one of the critical moments in the history
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of the united states we're talking about torturing and that is illegal and. i wouldn't do it declassified documents prison as accounts and reports outline a vision of the busa euphemistically known as enhanced interrogation subsequently denounced as torture techniques included waterboarding simulated drowning rule slamming sleep deprivation extreme stress positions and sexual and psychological abuse. is as or best mind to be picked up as well not also gets old and older and in one dimension will see the fact that some of them via their finish the necessary undisclosed skill to god be a squirm something known go sightseeing as you can advise a card from. a number which also it says.
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on the shelves. in the margin of a grocery list of. canada was held without any explanation the cia realized very soon that they got the wrong man but it took more than four months before he was released they put him on a plane to albania drove him to a remote location and then dumped him on the underfunded in ireland road and the not for lawson or friendly and. the nominees are given. the best in the. us today he is free but still paying the price suffering severe psychological trauma and whilst macedonia has apologized for its road and his friend issued he's received no apology from the u.s. he's now mounting the latest in a series of.


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