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to be specific but still along the border when last. italian humanitarian worker was abducted and the police are still looking for how. the world health organization says an ebola outbreak in the democratic republic of congo does not constitute a public health emergency of international concern this despite reports seven hundred people have died including forty three in just the last four days real mohamed has the latest. health workers to set up clinics in east and democratic republic of congo to treat hundreds of ebola patients doctors in beni a working to identify the symptoms as soon as they can we're examining the patient's earlier than we've seen them previously and so. these patients may not have developed disease yet so it's something that they need to be followed long term to ensure that they don't develop complications or i inflammation and i think we're all still learning from. the disease and i clear complications blurry
vision or in some cases even blindness this has become a common problem for nearly twenty percent of his eye in the eastern town of the tempo some families have been separated by the disease and survivors are doing what they can to help. no one else can take care of kids whose parents are affected by the outbreak. and able to take care of her daughter because she's suffering and contra affecting her kids she's safe in my hands as i was cured and i can't be afflicted again some have been sharing their experience of ebola to help others stay healthy. i've decided to raise awareness so that i can save the lives of my brothers and sisters who are doubting the ebola exists throughout testimony we're telling people it's real but the disease is still not under control in fact it's spreading. since last october over
a thousand cases have been reported eighteen new cases were identified just this week and fighting between armed groups in the east have hampered efforts to contain ebola the red cross says it's also affecting people's trust in the medics who can help them the level of mistrust that we're seeing in the community is an operational challenge and it can stem from longstanding conflict in the region and this is the first time this region is seeing an outbreak of ebola in a while and it's for this reason that we are putting community based approaches just saving dignified ferals as well as community feedback systems at the core of our response not only into your sea but as part of our parish in containment approach across south sudan rwanda uganda and working through the volunteers to really place community efforts at the core of what we do it's only by understanding the beliefs of the community that we can build trust and stop this outbreak this is the second worst outbreak says the virus was discovered in one nine hundred seventy
six it swept through west africa in twenty fourteen spreading to the u.s. u.k. and spain killing at least eleven thousand people which is why finding a solution to reverse the latest epidemic is becoming even more critical for him mohammed al jazeera one of the leaders of the british campaign to leave the e.u. has launched a new proxy party for raj says m.p.'s are betraying the u.k.'s decision in two thousand and sixteen to quit the block is also accused his former party ukip of being overtaken by far right activists or days launch follows e.u. leaders agreeing to delay brock's it until october thirty first. almost two weeks after turkey held municipal elections it's still not clear who won the poll in istanbul early results but the main opposition merril candidate ahead of president or to one take a party which is now challenging the results election is seen as a test of popularity during growing economic uncertainty a parker reports from a. it is
a city divided by more than the bosphorus strait istanbul is split in half into voters who backed president this ruling ak party and those who support the main opposition people's republican party the c.h.p. . that division was recently seen here at the ballot box in elections for a new mayor on march thirty first initial results but the opposition candidate. narrowly ahead of virtue and candidate banal yoder and. the c.h.p. party also won in the capital ankara but by a much bigger margin. the act party responded by contesting the istanbul result president claims that almost all of the voting in istanbul was marred by regularity so the high electorial board will announce the results and when they do if we have objections we will appeal wherever needed it doesn't matter whether we get a positive outcome or not. so far the country supremely actual council has granted
only a partial recount across a stumble and has yet to reveal the final result. for meanwhile the c.h.p. count it's been attracting attention his supporters believe he has the makings of a future president is this summer i'm destined to become america's turkey's cultural and economic capital feeling a bruising blow to the president earlier ones policy. that come in molo is confident that he is the winner. there's only one thing the ruling party expects and this is to a null this election and have a rerun i strongly oppose that this election's been won there are zero doubts or hesitations over the results. using istanbul to the opposition would be a blow for president otherwise he launched his political career was the city's mayor in the one nine hundred ninety s. but people's. about the government's handling of the economy appears to have been
reflected in the results the national currency the lira has plunged nearly thirty percent in recent months inflation has risen and turkey is now in recession the ruling policy was so confident that it would win here in istanbul that the morning after the election because john post has sprung up across the city thanking people for their support. but those thanks may be private show. is double still ahead on al-jazeera and support the toughest foot race on earth has ended with the familiar when are. we live in a time of war and tragedies crimes against humanity. activist repression. enforced disappearance arbitrary arrests.
extrajudicial executions brutal torture the list goes on. who investigates who judges the criminals. who compensates the victims the international conference on national regional and international mechanisms to combat impunity and ensure accountability under international law. organized by the national human rights committee. united nations human rights office of the high commissioner. european parliament. and global alliance of national human rights institutions.
time for sport with far. thanks very much we start with the latest from the n.b.a. where the l.a. lakers have parted ways with their head coach luke walton it was a thirty nine year old's first permanent head coaching job and his three years in charge walton never led the lakers to the playoffs his departure comes just three days after lakers president magic johnson resigned all thanks for looking good for the lakers when they saw in the sport's biggest star le bron james however injuries to le bron and then long ball both prompted dips in form failure to sign anthony davis reportedly unsettled the locker room many players were expecting to be traded to make way for the new orleans pelicans star they eventually finished tenth in the western conference eleven games off the final playoff spots one of the leading scorers in the english premier league harry kane could miss the rest of the season through injury tottenham boss martin seo part to chino believes
a comeback before then would be difficult forward hurt his ankle and spurs his win over man city in the champions league on shoes day they england captain has seventeen e.p.l. goals this season and is joint third in the goal scoring charts spurs are still trying to secure a champions league football next season they're currently fourth just a point ahead of arsenal. you would need to assess you're going to be difficult for sure. it's going to be tough. looks like see me doubt it but it's still this week. probably. if you need to see this business this week. the draw is been made for this year's africa cup of nations in egypt which begins in june abbott's pretty some exciting group stage match ups the continent's top ranked hundred senegal have been drawn in group c. with one time champions algeria record seven time winners egypt and three time champions nigeria have been given pretty kind draws the former champions morocco and ivory coast have been drawn in group d.
africa as a second best team to newsier in group b. and the champions cameroon will face gone in group af and what will be the pick of the group stage matches australia is bidding farewell to a wonder horse called winx she's unbeaten and four years and can extend her record before retiring on saturday after thomas reports from sydney. she is one of the world's greatest athletes having a final early morning stretch of her legs ahead of her final race weeks has won her last thirty two races in a row on saturday in sydney she'll go for her. road isn't traders say after that it'll be retirement they wanted to go out on a high. she knows that she can do it she's got that extra. capacity extra should be extra bit of energy seventy years old winks has run forty two races and won thirty six of them the last time she failed to win was more than
four years ago the prologue and the emotion. that winks attracts you know i'm not oblivious to it you know i feel it as well but for my. own very prepared to be such an integral part of what she's been able to achieve and when i get on her back at the right as she gives me confidence many in australia have fallen for the horse there's a miracle to her in sydney city center and dozens of journalists came along to her final practice run on thursday it takes quite a celebrity to get this many people from the media out at six in the morning winks is that horse she is say those who followed racing for years undoubtedly the best horse racing anywhere at the moment she could be the best race horse ever the times you look at the times that she's done at rice track and done track records and even now as a seven year old mare where horses aren't really supposed to be doing as much knowing
you what she's doing wink says mother was a race horse called vegas showgirl so her foal was named after a famous last vegas but i think show on saturday winks will be the show the one all the watching under thomas al-jazeera sydney. the french national rugby team won't be able to appoint a foreign coach to try and end its bad run of results it comes after a referendum of amateur clubs voted down the idea the country has never had a non frenchman in charge of their national side they had hoped to bring in a big name from abroad but on friday the results came in with fifty nine percent saying i for the eighth time morocco's rationale r.b.c. has won the. toughest foot race on earth a marathon day sab a six day race through the sahara desert is equal end of six regular marathons were top honors in the men's elite category while his brother muhammad was not far behind in second. and the women's raise reg the netherlands won her
category for the first time. and that's all you sport for now more later that's all for the news hour but we have plenty more news on the other side of the break to keep their. twenty one an age to assert your individuality it's ok to argue with people and it's ok to disagree with people but also a period when childhood dreams can clash with reality compromising i don't think
i'm pretty good at compromise in two thousand and six south africa up revisits the children of apartheid for the third time and like that country much has changed over the past fourteen years not to new a twenty one up south africa announces in. april on al-jazeera called blogs is back with more investigative journalism and in-depth stories of the world's third largest democracy heads to its presidential and legislative elections a documentary explores how the united states and the european union a turning a blind eye to egypt's violations of human rights prime minister modi is seeking a second time with a campaign dominated by talk of a cash man pakistan will he succeed an exclusive look at the goals behind russia's current foreign policy explained by some of the insiders who helped shape the kremlin's ideology april on al-jazeera.
methamphetamines from a mock a flooding into countries across asia. one o one east asked why all forces caught say to stop the myth. on al-jazeera. a little. so dance interim leader resigns less than forty eight hours after the military oust president omar al bashir. or shall carry this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. just as in sudan say the changes won't stop the opposition move next.
to mandate more change demonstrators in algeria want the new leader out because he's seen as an ally of the former presidents. president says he's considering sending undocumented immigrants to cities controlled by his political opponents. there's been another shake up in sudan's political landscape the day after the military topple president omar al bashir and the new head of the transitional council has stepped down defense minister i have been know was sworn in on thursday a slated to head the council for two years until a civilian government could be in place. and will be this is for the benefit of the nation without having to look at special interests that might preclude its progress we all have to say that this country has great people and the great. i would like
to recommend do it together and hope that you would reach a solution very speedily i would also hope that this decision is not misinterpreted . i wish my brother's success in what is great official to our country long lived a peaceful and honorable country even if announced that lieutenant general. or han will succeed him or testers are continuing to demand change and justice sudanese police say sixteen people were killed on thursday and friday that morgan has more from khartoum people were saying that they don't want him to be not only leading military council but they do not want him to participate they did not want military personnel anybody who had anything to do with president bashir is regime involved in leading the country through its transition and face now that's one thing that sets apart lieutenant general opted for the one hand from his two predecessors at this point both from the president are going to share and former
leader of the military council. the fact that he does not have a political affiliation he was the inspector general of the military yes and he so he does have a military background but he has no political affiliations and more importantly to the people who are on the streets celebrating he doesn't have the same tainted past as a matter of fact there's very little that's known about him and his history of his military service so people are saying that they are willing to give him a chance but we're going to have to wait and see and listen from the other political parties if he's open to dialogue we're going to have to wait and hear from the sudanese professional association which has been spearheading the calls for protests and the sit in in front of the army headquarters more most importantly we're going to have to hear from the youth themselves once this euphoria dies down once this happened is that it dies down when the celebration ends are they going to be willing to accept a military personnel who was once part of the regime even though he did not have he
does not have the same past and he has no political affiliation the military was still pushing his military. the united nations security council met to discuss the political unrest in sudan at her that all sudanese people will be invited to shape the country's future. the military transitional council was responding to the sudanese people's aspirations for change and works to protect the lives of its citizens as well as their well being this council will be the guarantor of a civilian government to be formed and collaboration with the political forces in stakeholders no party will be excluded from the political process including groups moreover the suspension of the constitution could be lifted at any point in the transitional period could be shortened depending on developments on the ground and agreements with stakeholders chris and so when he gets us reaction from the united
nations. almost as soon as word got out that the military had taken control of sudan members of the security council were calling for an urgent meeting to discuss the situation on the ground there that meeting took place behind closed doors the fact that it took place so quickly according to the president of the security council german ambassador christophe poisson should serve as a signal to the military in sudan that the international community is watching the situation very carefully with the council did not take action after the meeting yet but members individually expressed their concerns about the situation there the concerns that protesters rights be respected that there be no violence against them in the united kingdom in particular was very critical about the proposed two year time frame to hand over control of the government to civilian rule they said that didn't seem fast enough and of course the secretary general antonio terrorism the
high commissioner for human rights are also weighing in calling for calm and calling for respect for human rights in the situation on the ground now on background a diplomat did tell us that some members of the council wanted to take stronger action right away but were persuaded to wait until the african union meets over the weekend but the president of the council did say that they are poised and ready to meet again as soon as monday if the situation on the ground worsens south sudan's former rebel leader says he doesn't believe a national unity government can be formed before him a deadline machar told the reuters news agency that he has spoken to president salva kiir about the extension which is needed to iron out details of a lasting agreement he says defense forces need to be unified the capital must be to militarized political prisoners must be released before government can be forms . riot police and ontario's capital have arrested more than one hundred people during protests calling for the interim president had there been solid to. quit
water cannons were used to disperse the crowds of protesters are demanding more change they do not want allies of former president abdelaziz bouteflika to hold top government jobs more than eighty police officers were injured in friday's confrontations with protesters police blame what they called and called traitors for the violence rob matheson has more. clout in traditional robes this woman cries out to crowds of young protesters. the my children are the algerian you just something like flowers in the spring you are the future i'm with you algeria will be. in response the crowd cheers long live the demonstrations again on all jarius streets despite increasing efforts by security forces to reduce the size of the crowds there was a road blocking there was. that impeded people from joining the
capital. years and there was also the use of what a cannon against the student a few days ago there was also the use of sound. so i think this is also the military is sending signals that the message is we heard you indeed we gave you a few concessions about do not ask for too much it's been ten days since he's beautifully has stepped down after two decades as president following weeks of public demands for him to go but the protesters say everyone linked to both of leaders government needs to be removed that includes ben sana a long time beautifully ally and the man appointed under the constitution to act as interim leader and who's in presidential elections for july the fourth protesters are also calling on some of the military's top leaders to resign including general
are going to who. testers accused of not doing enough to rid the country of what they call. the power a group which they say has been secretly running algeria in the shadow of former president bush to flicka if you go to judge algeria has its men algeria doesn't need you there are plenty of people that can rule geria we want them all to leave. all the garden they all need to go we want to tell. they need to know that the people have empowered us to get rid of the gangs you are nuts. it's not needed speaking it's forty million algerians women men old people young people are on the streets all of these people are asking you in the name of everything that's holy to leave the country alone to leave its people be algeria is a great nation it's greater than any of. the interim government maybe hoping that electing a new president will be enough to satisfy the protesters but the economy is
struggling unemployment is high and demonstrators like these say they'll stay on the streets until all those they blame it all devious problems are forced to go rob matheson. at least twenty people have been killed after an explosion ripped through a market in the southwestern pakistani city of quite the market is owned and run by members of the has are a shia minority who have been targeted by sunni groups in the past to report some kharaj in. the explosion is believed to be triggered by a suicide bomber though shopping in the open fruit and vegetable market took the full force of the plot along with the people serving them. we were busy at a watermelon auction then there was a huge blast the blast happened in a potato warehouse and when we rushed over there there were bodies lying on the ground. people suspect the motivation of the killers was sick terry and as them.
senior officer said several cheered were among the day along with people start to be working on this. and among the day or did use one pattern military officer part of a patrol group that was predicting to be put. there were other people to including the historic community and the security forces personnel who were targeted until we're at the crime scene and investigations are ongoing we're trying to figure out how this incident happened and what kind of explosives were used. this years now from the huns are a community they have been talking to before. he bought it have been several attacks on the people here in the past this is a very brutal act and should be condemned i have spoken to the police chief to the health authorities and to the interior minister to expedite the search operation against the terrorists more than five hundred of them have died in attacks over the
past five years and on friday many took to the streets to perfection. the pakistani prime minister the president. weakened the result of the country in the fight against. karachi still ahead on al jazeera international criminal court says no to opening a possible war crimes case and afghanistan demands for justice and reparations in the united states. hello again and welcome back to international weather forecast well here across china it has been the rain.