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possible war crimes in afghanistan judges cited a lack of evidence and state corporation prosecutors had wanted to examine the role of afghan security forces the taliban and u.s. troops during eighteen years of conflict well richard because from human rights watch he says the i.c.c. his decision is incomprehensible. i don't believe it the ysabel a failure of everything from my reading of the judge's decision they essentially turn justice on its head and say yes crimes were committed which in the i.c.c. s m beat it were no domestic trials addressing these alleged crimes and but nonetheless they are dismissing the prosecutor's request to me it's in concrete and civil by way of the judicial decision we've seen again and again that justice for poor crime is of
mass slaughter in the use of rape as. a weapon of war bringing some justice to victims who endured those acts is essential to a meaningful and durable peace and that's what the i.c.c. prosecutor tempting to provide that judges in mrs since have turned her request to do so now but perhaps the ramifications extend beyond afghanistan and to the point where if you perpetrate these most terrific crimes but don't mess to situation is such that investigations may not be feasible then there will be no
effort by the international criminal court whether it's in afghanistan or another country. time for a short break here now is iraq when we come back in the nation's election campaign heats up we'll be naive in jakarta and the u.s. president wants to send like guns to cities controlled by his political opponents mona stay with us. hello again i do want to update you on what is happening here across parts of iran because the flooding situation is ongoing it will not end until probably the next several weeks to a month but until then we're still dealing with often on showers across much of the area and of course that is going to hinder much of that water to be going down and as you can see here on saturday the rain is going to be a big problem across southern iran and as we go towards sunday much of that rain
does increase and does push over here towards the east up here towards the north though tehran will finally get out of the rain probably by sunday evening and over here towards baghdad it is going to be a very hot day for you at about thirty two degrees well that same area of rain will cause a problem here in doha over the next few days it is going to be quite heavy on saturday particularly into saturday night where we do expect to see thunderstorms by sunday that rain heads over towards the u.a.e. as well as into oman we could be even seen some localized flooding across that region we will be watching that very carefully down across the coast from and we do expect to see. clouds and possibly rain showers force a lot with a temperature of thirty one degrees and then very quickly across it is going to be a nice day for you with a temperature of twenty two degrees in durban partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with a temperature of twenty eight degrees there.
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opposition welcome the move but continues to the. lead. algerian protesters also want more change police arrested more than a hundred in the capital and one interim president. north korea's leader says a breakdown in talks with the u.s. could revive the tension. call for the u.s. to show the right attitude. today is the last day of campaigning for indonesia's presidential election president would go to his rival. the whole large rallies in the capital jakarta more than one hundred ninety million people aren't able to vote on april seventeenth when he joins us live now from there when so is interest in the elections starting to build. throughout certainly seems that way and as you mentioned this is the final day of campaigning saturday it all comes to an end up to six months of this election campaign we will see the final rallies held by both the presidential candidates and other candidates but
legislative seats as well right around this. capella go and it seems that enthusiasm is extremely high for this vote perhaps because some of the divisive subjects that we're seeing debated throughout this election campaign but also because this is a repeat of the two thousand and fourteen election the president joked against. so this is the final campaign really. for the president the organ at organizers of this event say that they will be more than a million people coming here today to see the president speak at his final rally we saw some fairly similar numbers last weekend which was the final big rally in the capital jakarta for probabl y. as well he held it at the same venue at this is a historic election as well down this is the first time that we're seeing presidential elections take place on the same day as legislative elections so it is going to be a very complex perhaps confusing process for some voters when they head to the
polls on wednesday and when what sort of messages are we expecting from the president when he speaks of the running mates. well i think he's going to want a big final push really in this is south final speech and then he'll want another good performance in the final debate which is happening later on saturday i think that head to head debate with probable apropos is to be anto so they want a good performance in both all throughout those events he has been enjoying a double digit lead really in most of the polling leading up to this election but it has started to narrow a bit so he will want to end on a high having said that i think we'll see him continue with much of the same messages that he has been talking about throughout this campaign and much of that has been about trying to sell indonesians on some of his achievements over the past five years and a lot of that has centered around the economy the economy has been hasn't been performing quite as well as what he said it would jure in his five year term it's
been growing at around five percent so still fairly solid but much of his progress he said he says has been around infrastructure development many large projects like runaway lines cords and highways much of these many of these were asked started there was certainly talked about plan before he became president but he's pitching him self as the guy who got things done and will continue to do so on the other side of things are probable or mobile. so when he appears at his rally. approach as we've seen from him throughout much of the second plane right away hey there in chicago wayne thank you. says it's prevented attacks planned by the arm somali group al-shabaab the attorney general said the plotters were targeting the public and have been arrested separately he announced that fifty nine people including members of the armed forces have been detained on suspicion of corruption . for u.s. sect of state might compare as reported to the saudi crown prince to cut ties with
an advisor linked to the murder of the german. the guardian is reporting mom had been solomon's close aide sound all khatami has recently been sanctioned by the u.s. for his alleged role in the killing jordan has been following developments from washington according to the guardian newspaper the u.s. secretary of state mike pompei o has told the saudi crown prince that he needs to cut all ties with his close political adviser and former social media chief south hadi the renews paper says that mike pompei o told mohamed bin saddam on that. ongoing presence is undermining saudi credibility when it comes to the investigation of the murder of the saudi journalist jamal the last october that goes to the fact that u.s. intelligence has said that mr al how tani was very likely involved in the planning and carrying out of mr household she is murder and it also has suggested that
thomas al how tani is very much involved in ongoing efforts to or press political dissidents within the saudi kingdom so far the state department has given a no comment response to the guardian al-jazeera has also reached out for comment on this report about the prom peo pressure allegedly to make mr solomon give up this or all qahtani as a close political advisor. no it was previously known as revolution city but today's not a city is now one of the poorest and most neglected districts of iraq's capital namely hoffler baghdad's eight million people live there and most of them are muslims and reports they blame politicians for all religions for failing to improve their lives. fatima and our ten year old twins they were just four when their father died from a stroke their mother mona is left to provide for them and three siblings.
they rent their home which was built illegally for about ninety dollars a month that we do it doesn't have a job and barely leaves her home because of her conservative religious beliefs. she receives no help from the government so she relies on charity handouts. then i only ask for help to buy me a house to live in i live in rental i have no income and i can't leave my neighborhood and live away i depend on charity from other people in the neighborhood because she was widowed she should receive government benefits but doesn't following the fall of president saddam hussein saw their city was renamed in honor of the former prominent shia cleric mohammed saeed that all saw other. it's a long been predominantly a shia neighborhood and home to the southers movement now a political party it's led by most other al souther the son of the late cleric the city was a launch pad for attacks against american forces after their invasion in two thousand and three since then infrastructure has crumbled further one hundred fifty
thousand people live here in tahrir neighborhood within south or city but there are no security forces to guard them there's only one clinic for doctors and schools are so overcrowded children attend in shifts. this is what an average classroom here looks like with more than forty students crammed in for english lessons teachers say they're overwhelmed they want the government to listen to their appeal for help and pay more attention to these along the galactic areas. officials say they're doing their best to deal with all the shortcomings here but years of war have taken their toll. people have been forced to move on after getting desperate about their miserable situation across the growing slums every election politicians approach the poor and promise improved services and then they do nothing but it has become a state of limbo. fatima wants to become a lawyer and her sister
a police officer they make their way to school with their older sister through appalls of rubbish and sewage with signs of neglect all around many here rely on their religious beliefs to help them survive. souther city back that. the world health organization says break in the democratic republic of congo does not constitute a public health emergency of international concern. as the latest. health workers the set up clinics the nice 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 patients 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 information and i think we're all
still learning the bribers and the disease an eye color complications blurry or reduced vision or in some cases even blindness this has become a common problem for nearly twenty percent of it is. in the eastern town of tembo 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 we. 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 eighty 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 loss and 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 approach to saving five ferals as well as community feedback systems at the core of our response 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 since the virus was discovered in one thousand 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. president donald trump is considering a plan that would punish political rivals what he says is their inaction with mexican border is promising to send undocumented immigrants to cities that they say will protect them regardless of their legal status and reports from washington d.c. . president donald trump says he's considering releasing migrants detained at the border into so-called sanctuary cities across the u.s. will bring them to sanctuary city areas and let that particular area take care of it if it becomes a reality the controversy will plan would be aimed at mostly democratic mayors in cities where police and local authorities declined to enforce u.s. immigration laws except in cases where the federal government has specifically requested help california certainly is always saying oh we want more people and
they. more people in this sanctuary cities well we'll give them more people we can give a lot we can give them an unlimited supply and let's see if they're so happy that the president cited california cities such as san francisco home to the speaker of the house nancy pelosi who fired back at the president just another. notion that is unworthy of the presidency of the united states and disrespectful of the challenges that we face as a country as a people to address who we are a nation of immigrants the mayor of another sanctuary city oakland california expressed outrage these are human beings families told her and to use them as political pawns in a game of then victims miss just takes this administration to a whole new low level mayors say with the designation many undocumented immigrants declined to cooperate with police and other city officials for fear of being deported national security experts describe the idea floated by the president is
clearly illegal he might be acting out of frustration he has been repeatedly stymied on immigration whether it's his travel ban funding for a border wall or in this case the opposition of democratic mayors his own department of homeland security described this idea is floated and rejected but it's appointed reminder that he is adept at using the considerable resources of his office to strike back at critics. trump's statement came amid an unusually early start to the two thousand and twenty presidential election one in which he is expected to again make immigration his signature issue john hendren al-jazeera washington. let's get a quick check of the headlines here the head of sudan's military transitional council has stepped down and been replaced by another general the opposition has welcomed the moon but is continuing to bond a civilian led administration even more than
a small. people were saying that they don't want him to be not only leading a counter but they do not want him to participate he did not want military personnel anybody who had anything to do with president bush involved in leading the country transition phase 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 here and former leader of the military council. and protesters also want more change police arrested more than one hundred people in the capital they want interim president bill carter been solid to quit despite the promise of an election in the next three months. the international criminal court has rejected a request to open an investigation into possible war crimes in afghanistan judges that a lack of evidence and state cooperation prosecutors had wanted to examine the role of afghan security forces the taliban and u.s. troops during eighteen years of conflict. ethiopia says this prevented attacks
planned by the arm somali group al-shabaab attorney general says the plotters were targeting the public and have been arrested separately he announced fifty nine officials including members of the armed forces have been detained on suspicion of corruption is the second wave arrest and the prime minister to power last year. north korea's leader says a breakdown in talks with the u.s. could revive tensions kim jong called for the u.s. to show the right attitude kim says he's open to a third meeting with u.s. president donald trump. but he wants the u.s. to lift sanctions before. saturday is the last day of campaigning for indonesia's election president and his rival. a whole lot in the capital jakarta more than one hundred ninety million people are digital to vote on april seventeenth for the first time presidential legislative elections will be held together all right so those were the headlines the news continues here
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