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not all of the british government will bridge an icy pond it's a view shared in the french capital paris i want to get they used to see person as a normal country part of europe now i find them quite individualistic and a little selfish. and washington d.c. what happened to this wonderful country her deal does not have the numbers from outside the u.k. the country's parliamentary democracy may sometimes look like it's about to implode . already. but this up a serial style of politics has worked quite well for hundreds of years even if parliament seems to be struggling now there are worries about the impact of breaks in all aspects of life here in the u.k. from the cost of food to the availability of medicines and even toilet roll so how do brits keep calm and carry on. so great i go. how do they put the question to a leading brand experts who sells optimism for
a living people will not keep calm and carry on for much longer they want certainty a clear sense of direction leader and a team around him or her to convey a future with optimism and clarity. many breaks its supporters believe it will breathe new life into a brand britain want to break six main players government minister michael gove called it a moment of him now ring patriotic renewal britain has a rich history and admired legal system a multicultural multifaith society and then there's the english language. breaks it's also unlikely to stop the tourists under the just be rated online as the best travel destination in the world but as m.p.'s struggle to unite around a single break sit vision brand britain faces only more publicity. australia is following new zealand's lead with plans to stamp out violent content
on social media sites following the christ church mosque attacks the government is proposing a law that will see social media companies fined for failing to remove violent material quickly enough new zealand shooting suspect is accused of live streaming the attacks on facebook for a list half a century hundreds of thousands of fighters have died in conflict in the philippines mindanao region many of the wives they leave behind face the shame and stigma of being a war widow thrale and going to travel to a small village in the beslan to hear their story. more than four decades of continuous conflict has made mindanao region of war widows. they came from many areas of the hinterlands in basle and province but they share one theory in common grief. and they see that grief is made worse by the fact they're widows of abu sayyaf fighters
a stigma they carry were everything go. along the way one by one they tell us their stories of how they'd had no time to mourn. and they got my boys. just like they're fired there because they were unable to finish school their most painful to us when my nine year old boy came up to me and said mama i son want to carry a gun and join my brothers. i feel all alone in raising my thirteen children none of them were able to finish school we were raised with cannons bombs we are the splayed every year we pray we hide is the same thing for our children. many were widowed at a young age and were unable to finish their education and live in extreme poverty with their children. more than a hundred thousand people have been killed in the decades long rebellion in mindanao but there are no official records as to how many have been we do know that
there are many things they are forgotten about the war exact the actual date on their husbands death that is because they say it marks a period of deeper suffering for their families they already had little before their husbands died and now they have even less four decades ago the jew munson dokken lost her husband in the war he was a member of the more national liberation front out of reach she says her children picked up the guns their father left behind to fight the philippine military and now she is on her own looking after her grandchildren who are now orphans there has to be a place for the needs of poorly or poorly. but this is. the most probably concede this. must.
lead this. organize to. proof that they have been new farm in many of the rebel fighters who died are honored by their communities as heroes are martyrs but three generations of women say for them the legacy of war is not of glory but pain. dogon al-jazeera president province southern philippines. still ahead here on al-jazeera . the penalty but they had to suffer for peace will be here with the action from the portuguese and it's what. they said what waterboarding i said i think we absolutely need it. and if we can we should have. people in power investigates the private companies in the us towns and
magically complicit in the 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 sun shine or not rendition even. on al-jazeera al-jazeera was there when i was doing breaks but that's also a day to see what happens next which is. fired by the barrier where model barricaded all seven streets that leak here the middle east now is all about change people have gone to hear the area the mission of the national army is just sixteen point complex and i'm just your stories about telling it from the people's perspective what they think is happening in their culture.
new hope for the survival of an endangered most people it's only found in an australian state the tasmanian devil has faced extinction because of a transmissible form of cancer but scientists say the animals have developed an immune response is helping them fight back rigor i mean it is an ecologist a research fellow at the university of tasmania and he says the disease has not been eradicated the animals have found a way to live with it. this is very good news indeed means a lot because we have documented an increasing number of animals that have now can counsel vive now despite having chimeras for a long period of time and as a result that gives them different trinity to brace for another generation into the population and more importantly we have seen an increasing number of animals that
have managed to queue themselves from this cancer which is absolutely fascinating is these are animals that developed tumors and then somehow of a new system react and those tumors regress and disappear so we hope that this is a heritable response that will be passed on to future generations and that allows a dismantle to co-exist with this transmissible cancer what we hope to see is that these behaviors that are associated with reduced aggressivity will be selected because that would allow animals not to get infected any throws are the only males that are surviving in the book relation those genes might also be passed into future generations so we're hoping that this adaptations to a transmissible cancer into just money and that will will come not only from de mint immune perspective for from many other areas that hopefully will allow them to fight back this is a we don't think that this will mean that the disease will be eradicated or that will disappear from just many but we think that will mean that men and devils one
go to extinction and somehow they will learn to live with cancer which is absolutely astonishing considering the mortality of cancer as well as time support on his p.c. . thank you very much for is showing the clear has secured the first formula one pole position of his career as the perfect teammate sebastian vettel to top spot on the grid at the bahrain grand prix yet. got this twenty one year old from monaco becomes the youngest man to take bolton's vettel burst onto the scene in two thousand and eight. bahrain record of one minute twenty seven point eight six six seconds on saturday sunday's race will see the ferrari pace start ahead of rain move champion lewis hamilton. ferrari's have been incredibly quick. in an incredible goal to congratulate him very close between me and sebastian the last lap is a little bit time now but that's the fun of this whole you know the whole game so to mars the most important day and to be interested see how we do but we're going
to have a good fight early on saturday michael schumacher mick on the left here had a good start to his career in formula to the german finished eighth in bahrain thirty five seconds behind winner nicolas schumacher won the if three championships last year. uganda's are back on the winning trail in city after going down to genoa last time out some blame that defeats on the absence of their star striker cristiana rinaldo the portuguese was again absent for this match against emboli on saturday the two of them or they can sauteeing away the games only go one no you they leave the standings by eighteen points. it's been an eventful saturday in the english premier league manchester city went to point clear of liverpool at the top after beating fullam to know how does field are the first team to be relegated from the premier league this season after losing to crystal palace and manchester united one two one against waterford to give only going to so he's first win since going
from caretaker it's a permanent manager at old trafford they go above arsenal into the fourth champions league spot it's so tight this four very good teams challenging for two places now we're in. we're almost in the driving seat i think we've given us a fantastic chance. here's are the top is looking for you know chelsea also chasing one of those champions league spots they play cardiff on sunday while liverpool will host tottenham hotspur abbas alone have come out on top to know in a city to be against catalan rivals espanyol in the spanish league after a goalless first off on saturday the n.l. messi finally broke the deadlock with a free kick messi netted a second goal before the final whistle to help and next of ahead there's men maintain a ten point lead in the standings over athletico madrid beat elevates four will if supporters fight to defend they portuguese pre-match league title was boosted when they beat braga in a five goal thriller on saturday this is
a taking your equalizing for the man in blue and white so after falling behind to an early wilson eduardo goal this penalty again levelled matters supporter but it was not ideal for alex to lace injuring himself in the process of taking the penalty resilient was taken off the field. the comeback was completed with another penalty. this time to kenya stepping up to stop her from the spot through to the five school of law tiger woods came out on top of these showdown with ruwi mcelroy at the world match play championship in austin texas on saturday the american closed out a two and one victory over the thirteenth of march seventeenth with an irishman mcelroy had fought back off and going to down at the turn but didn't have quite enough to catch the fourteen time major winner. australia's ashley barty
has won the biggest title of her career beating world number five catalina fisk of a in the miami open final twelve seeded australian overwhelmed her czech opponent seven six six three on saturday this for her fourth title was he will break into the rules talk to. and for the first time when the rankings come out. and roger federer has these eyes on a fourth title in miami as the world number four heads into the men's final federal dominated the semifinal beating the twentieth seed nineteen year old dennis shot total of the thirty seven year old phèdre coming out on top six two six who will play john is not for the trophy onside. teamwork is obviously important in football but taking a penalty is usually something players can manage to do on their own not so these two strikers in qatar who may regret this bit of collaboration maybe timing is
highly on the whole for the x. pass to all got off a teammate abdulaziz how to fail to fill the goalkeeper for city for them and went on to beat their opponents already on for two and that's all the sport for now more coming up again later. thanks a lot will see you later from a new club for this news but i will be back in just a couple minutes with more the day's news see that. part.
been within the legitimacy of the constitution algeria's army chief says there's a campaign against the military offered back schools for the removal of president of the lezzies beauty from the. epidemic fear is amazing because a number of color and cases in the wake of cycling doubles in forty eight hours. from the duma venezuela's opposition leader rallies supporters of the power of black outs. it's a three palestinian teenagers have been killed and more than two hundred forty people injured during a day of protests in gaza it happened as tens of thousands gather at the fence that separates gaza from israel to mark a year as since the start of weekly protest known as the great mileage return and
hundreds of people turned out for the funeral of mohammed saeed a twenty one year old palestinian who died on saturday off to being shot while protesting at the barrier fence and. palestinians a demond in the right to return to lines from which their families were finally expelled during the founding of israel in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight they also want an end to israel's twelve year blockade of gaza. has this report. on the first anniversary of the great march of return palestinians came. out committed to their cause can anyone she is a cut out of it and then we're here for the anniversary of land day and that has been stolen by israel we hate to tell everyone that we have rights and they've been taken by the israelis. for many here this has become a regular weekly routine a cycle of bullets and tear gas all of it bringing death and injury to the protesters. as in protest past some demonstrators ran toward the border fence and others hurled rocks toward israeli forces but today most stayed behind simply
observing waiting to see what happens next making a difference was the presence of hamas and islamic jihad volunteers who actively tried to keep things calm. despite the flare ups things have so far today been far less chaotic than many people feared they would be the question now what exactly happens next. the great march of return protests began on march thirtieth two thousand and eighteen when civil society groups called for action against the twelve year blockade on gaza the original aim was to break through the fence and reclaim their ancestral land the protests were later organized by hamas saturday's anniversary was set against the backdrop of a bid by egypt to deescalate the latest round of tensions between israel and hamas negotiations are ongoing. a massive visuals on the scene said they'd arrived at a crossroads. everything will depend on how israel deals with
protesters will they stop attacking civilians and stop the aggression and airstrikes on gaza and also are they going to respect what's been agreed upon with the egyptians last some were cautiously optimistic about the prospect of a deal others worry a deal won't ensure things will fundamentally change somewhat over. as it had the economic situation in gaza has been very miserable for a long time but in the last two years it's become more miserable and unemployment is very high there's no money in gaza the border is closed which means eighty percent of needed items cannot enter gaza people aren't allowed to travel and there aren't enough hospitals for treatment a sentiment echoed by many here who vowed to continue to come out week after week year after year until they finally get the rights and opportunities they deserve. gaza while israel has launched another round of volatility strikes on gaza they targeted hamas positions near the border fence separating gaza and israel earlier
five rockets were fired into israeli territory from gaza there were no casualties a massive actuated some of its positions in anticipation of an israeli response. algeria's army chief has renewed his call for the president abilities bootsie flicka to be declared unfit for office. says while most people support the plan to trigger article one hundred two of the constitution there is resistance he says people opposed to his proposal have launched a campaign against the military on friday millions of algerians rallied to demand an overhaul of the political leadership the biggest protests in six weeks of unrest said to me. the position taken by the algerian military has always been within the legitimacy of the constitution and has always upheld the interest of the algerian people above all it is always seen that the solution to the crisis count be anything other than the implementation of article one hundred two of the
constitution. is an algerian journalist and he says the army chief is trying to secure support for his proposal. it's like an astonishing development openly this is a public infighting between the factions of of the regime army on one side and. because his broader mainly gates today in his mid this meeting the chief of staff of the army or with the generals is like a signal as well to the people who are may be questioning his movies motives that is like showing that all the command of the military command all the generals are behind him and that the algerian t.v. channel official channel showed him in helping get this meeting chairing this meeting and asked on a shingly what he's saying is accusing people of conspiring he's saying that we
know they have the meeting today and we will name them and actually a t.v. channel the. news it's becoming like a sort of spokes channel for a gates are the words of gates earlier today are confusing they're the he's is claiming that a small minority only in this demonstration the demonstrators are against the army or the our lord army are proposing but actually this is not true the many most algerians they took the street after the gates invoked. this article. the number of cholera cases in these and in mozambique has increased to more than two hundred seventy eight and health workers are struggling with the aftermath of cycling which hit more than two weeks ago damage to water and sanitation facilities raise fears about a potential epidemic and when to quit as this report. scenes of destruction
left in the wake of catastrophic flooding with towns and villages submerged like loney diet killed hundreds of people in mozambique. now the government is desperately trying to save lives. we're trying for void an outbreak of cholera at the moment we're expecting this we're very prepared for the doctors in place so this is what we're doing at the moment many were trapped for more than a week with no access to clean water after cycling eat i hit the port city of bear . with tens of thousands of people displaced and living in temporary shelter a lack of sanitation has crazy the perfect conditions for cholera the vaccination is a very needed and it should start next wednesday next week the faster we go the most generous we have to come to transmission. of the coalition in the book relation
then there is a big need for community engagement safe water distribution. for all of this population of berrabah to also for the districts are running bear out where there is an iris for cases there are so. cholera is not new to mozambique the country has experienced regular outbreaks over the past five years but aid agencies now warn there is little time to prevent a major outbreak and more should be done to stem the spread of the disease. al-jazeera. security forces. in the capital caracas opposition protests have been voicing their continued energy blackouts. in the country's economic problems. its report was there another. opposition supporters across
to. ship the leader of the opposition in the city. people to turn their. protests every time there's a blackout to step up pressure on the government. that will look a little bit. they can make fun of people. enough. was. response to the opposition. say. they want other countries to invade us well we will not allow it we will not allow it because we are patient and we will continue to be patient who will tell the president president you're not alone people who defend you for that reason we're
with your president. small groups of protesters were confronted by the police tear gas to disperse the rallies came after another week of nationwide. businesses and schools have been closed. the economic crisis has been. pushing the country even closer to. collapse. president. yes. the situation in the country has already become. we have reached a high level of of despair and we don't know what to do down there. the struggle for control of venezuela has reached a stalemate president backed by russia in the country's armed forces remains in
power while my dog continues to claim he's the country's legitimate leader. so far denied the existence of a humanitarian crisis but on friday he tacitly acknowledged that authorizing the red cross to undertake a massive emergency relief campaign many hope it will bring a level of respect to the millions who struggle to survive while the fight for political control of the country carries on. u.s. president donald trump is reports of demanded north korea hand over its nuclear weapons when the two sides met in vietnam last month reuters news agency says that trump presented him with a document calling for his nuclear arsenal to be sent to the united states a lunch between the two leaders was canceled the same day before the summit was cut short. it may take years to judge the.