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thirty three have died and thirty one have refused to take part. a big difference between this parliament being legal and constitutional and or having hope in this parliament so very few are expecting any promise parliament but again we're hoping that this parliament could at least help and this war i'm about. it won't see any prudes where the only people directly but the who through say how these government doesn't have the support it claims they're now holding their own elections in areas they control to try to reduce the heidi government's majority two days ago saudi state television reported that coalition forces attacked who three targets in the capital sana president hadi may have a difficult job convincing yemenis that this policy is a way to peace rob matheson. palestine's new government has been sworn into office know how much it has become the first official in a decade to become prime minister he was appointed to the role by the palestinian
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president and fatah ally mahmoud abbas critics including fats as rival hamas have accused of a power grab need to abraham has this update for us from ramallah. so he's the first official to be leading a government in over a decade since the split happened between the west bank and the gaza strip now we've heard from hamas officials in the gaza strip who said that his appointment is unconstitutional being a government that is led by fatah have a net not to buy a national consensus like the past government however we spoke to analysts here at and who say that the main reason for changing the government has not much to do with the fact that and how massive division order conciliation efforts but mainly due to the growing criticism by the palestinian the palestinians here in the streets of the west bank of the previous government we've seen part of the largest demonstrations in the west bank in the past few years because of social security
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though that was presented by the past government and it was deleted frozen so it seems that the has been paying a long price for governments that were led by technocrats and they wanted to take matters into their own hands and improve the daily lives of palestinians so hoping they can bridge the gap between the public and the palestinian authority still ahead for you on the program i still says that it was behind an attack in pakistan on friday that killed twenty people. and why breaks it is bad news for dairy farmers in ireland and consumers percent. hello australia's weather looks fairly benign at the moment regular frontal systems is the latest one very dominique's extent of course but you're used to it and this
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is what happens this time of the year twenty two in melbourne the sunshine in sunday adelaide's twenty five per cent we'll be seeing rain and you not much colder to be honest but you don't see very much in the way of sunshine it looks now dry through northern australia having seen a little bit or late season rain and we don't see a huge change on monday but that that southerly sort northerly out of the interior brings you twenty seven adelaide just ahead of the next frontal system hobart's nineteen presently in the sunshine yet back in the sun in person as well a cooling trend for news even the picture is a fairly good one most of the active weather is other on its way to you at least for the south island or east to your north over for example fiji and tara which. climber of travel see a fair amount of slow moving persistent sometimes sundry rain as well and that's true for both sunday and monday you'll notice the sunny weather inland in new
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zealand the story by day for japan is a dry one but by night you can expect rain developing here to spread across here. for the congolese the journey to a tall order means unimaginable hardship i prefer to live no because then i get the balcony to chancing life and live on a dangerous journey through the jungle i've gone on to the rails with a nearly died. our children go to school and live because i'm trying to risking it or the democratic republic of congo on al-jazeera.
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welcome back a look at the top stories this hour sudanese protest leaders have held talks with the army for the first time since the fall of president tomorrow bashir was toppled bashir was ousted on thursday but protests have continued over the military assuming temporary power. libya's u.n. backed government is accused forces loyal to ward off to of committing war crimes based off the have to us fighters who are trying to take the capital tripoli launched new ass strikes and in algeria more than one hundred lawyers and judges of rallied in support of nationwide anti-government protests they say they plan to boycott the presidential election on july fourth. now us president all trump has been criticized after he tweeted a video containing footage of nine eleven in an attack on muslim congresswoman and
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one omar the video features edited sections of a speech made on civil rights for muslims in the u.s. some time later the speech was overlaid with footage of the nine eleven attacks which we have decided not to show when the video. repeatedly saying some people did something the actual quote from his speech though goes as follows for far too long we have lived with the discomfort of being a second class citizen and frankly i'm tired of it every single muslim in this country should be tired of it was founded often nine eleven because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us was starting to lose access to our civil liberties. well sam eilish is the executive director of the council on american islamic relations in los angeles he says that president attack on iran is dangerous and deliberate and puts the lives of american muslims at risk it is extremely extremely dangerous and it's let's put it this way it's a very deliberate or irresponsible and failed president knows exactly what he's
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doing he's basically putting her life at risk his putting the lives of muslims american muslims whom he's supposed to be their president to laws that i checked is not just the president of white supremacist and white nationalist yet he uses american muslims immigrants other minorities as pawn in building up and winding up his being and this should be a shame this is lou really low even for someone like president donald trump unfortunately there has been a mixed response obviously we've heard great responses from senator sanders oron from congressman to conall congresswoman. and several others but we expect more from the speaker of the house she knows very well that this has nothing to do with the speech that was given by a little more which if anyone takes the few minutes to listen to or watch it would know that actually she was not speaking about the terrorist attacks of nine eleven
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she was talking about how muslims had to live as a suspect community in the shadow of the horrific attack being treated or scapegoated for something they had nothing to do with something that was done by by complete criminals who are not from our country who had nothing to do with the muslim american community ironically this is exactly what president trump is doing and redoing again and this has nothing to do with the speech as we all know this is about silencing one of his most vocal critics in congress who happens to be a muslim woman. i sill is claimed to have carried out a suicide bombing in pakistan on friday that killed twenty people but as our shia community which was the target of the attack is now calling on authorities to give them greater protection kemal hyder appalls from the scene in the city of quite a. these flags involved the body will play safe. during the past five years in assaults on cheers and cueto after friday's attack yet
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a fresh graves a new mood knows no violence and killing leaving law center. son was killed in a previous attack she say she's still waiting for justice and is here to solidarity with out there who are grieving and is not solemn my eighteen year old son who is also targeted and killed like many others in our community but there is no justice in this country i wish no mother could go through this pain from which on passing her i think these killings should be stopped by now the community have. ordered. their morning from the government that they have to be given proper guidance. will not happen again. as well as has already friday their dad also claimed the lives of others including sunni muslims the bombings have been linked to isis and
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a day to get dollar bond pakistan. they're the main target here in the provincial capital of baluchistan province and they say the government isn't doing enough chief of army staff if it did going down and promised to make line a dire situation better for he has a lot of people but unfortunately peace in sudan has none and wide that struggle in what they would measure to see had taken from the people. we're tired of these incidents for the last twenty years the show has or a community has been under constant threat how long are we going to be victims of these attacks buggers on as long say the attacker they're using bases in our promised dawn and it's deployed security forces to guard and fence the border and it's promising to bring those responsible to justice but that gives little solace for those who are grieving. quite upolu just start. a
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group of migrants rescued off the coast of libya and kept at sea for ten days have finally disembarked in malta the sixty four migrants including children were brought to a port in valetta they were rescued by a german humanitarian vessel last week the ship was refused entry to a city and had since been stranded near malta the maltese prime minister says the migrants will eventually be relocated to france germany portugal and luxembourg now thousands of people have taken the streets of the serbian capital in a major protest against the populists president aleksander. gathering in the central valley in central belgrade for his months of anti-government demonstrations protest as demanding more democracy and media freedom in the balkan country but pro-government media and officials are accusing the opposition of planning demonstrations and orchestrating violence protesters have clashed with police in albania and demonstrations there calling for the government's resignation thousands
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of people rallied in the capital to run off the opposition parties called for protests demonstrators want prime minister abdul rahman and his government to step down of the kinds of corruption it's the ninth oppositional guys protest in albania in three months police have been criticized for using tear gas to disperse previous protests now hundreds of thousands of indonesians have turned out in the capital jakarta for the final day of campaigning before wednesday's election they were supporters of president jerko widodo who in a repeat of the twenty fourteen election is running against former army general problem. wayne hay reports now from jakarta. after six months indonesia's election campaign came to a large colorful end in jakarta on the final day that campaigning was allowed hundreds of thousands streamed into the last rally for president joko widodo the man they call jacoby is running for a second five year term in office. he has brought equal development all around
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indonesia in villages in remote areas like other presidents wouldn't bother to visit she pays attention he is a brave man and also are. can can. still many good things like infrastructure that. we need for our lives today and for the future of the reli was held inside a stadium named after indonesia's first president sukarno joko widodo became the seventh in two thousand and fourteen and was greeted like a rock star as he campaigned to stay in the job. but i never heard of the young the woman and the man real make sure that our lives are better than today in five years time. when stays election will be one of the largest displays of democracy in the world this will be the first time that the presidential vote will be held on the same day as elections the seats in the house of representatives the huge crowd here is an example of how big and complex the democratic process is in indonesia and
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there are more than one hundred ninety million eligible voters and on wednesday most will go to one of eight hundred thousand polling stations around the country. the other choice for president is probable subi mto who was beaten and a close race in the two thousand and fourteen vote he's trailed in most polls during this campaign but is close the gap in recent weeks i don't think there are still a few days until the election hopefully we can easily overtake the other candidate ladies and gentlemen together we will realize it. fair and prosperous indonesia. both candidates have talked about uniting a country that's becoming increasingly divided along conservative and moderate religious lines if it's a close race and the result is disputed those lines may be further exposed in the celebrate removed of the campaign might be quickly forgotten wayne hay al jazeera jakarta some news from brazil rescue teams are searching for survivors after two
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condemned buildings collapse in rio de janeiro killing at least seven people thirteen others have believed to be missing neighboring buildings have been evacuated a five story buildings were in an area controlled by illegal militias and did not have permits. the prospect of a no deal breaks it seems to be ruled out for the time being but island remains worried a goddess of how the u.k. leaves the e.u. new trade deals will have to be agreed and that could be damaging to the irish economy most at risk is the huge agricultural sector or its lee has more from the irish border. between them this herd of seventy curls produces harf a million liters of milk every year and a full third of that is drunk in britain it's trivial across the border to northern ireland's just over that hill but lorcan is a worry of bricks it's without a trade deal is specially with new borders would put his entire business on the law
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and go on certainly there all the time because look i'm completely dependent on the meat from these cars. of the product that's made from talking to forty percent of that ends up in the u.k. so of course of course i'm worried. it isn't just milk nearly a third of all beef consumed in britain is irish even more cheese and butter talk about trade deals and borders can sound confusing here it's about what goes into people's mouths the cheese on this pizza was made here in the republic of ireland the cheese was then driven across the border into the u.k. where the pizza was manufactured and is then sold across both countries years of an open border have led to this complex web of food production and distribution to the benefits of both republic of ireland and the u.k. and this one which farmers here believe would be entirely jeopardized by no deal breaks it through deals between islands in the u.k.
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are worth a full six billion dollars a year hardly surprising ireland is worried when break says it was for supporters of by the u.k. people to leave europe there was two requirements for. be there beef and dairy one was that we wouldn't have a bar but the second was that our straighter ship would remain status quo and there is a grid to a greater degree of uncertainty about that today as there was twelve or eighteen months ago during the bricks and referendum concerns of irish farmers counted for zero but maybe they should have massive more no bricks it deal no food from ireland could make british people go hungry if a hard border went up there would be food shortages in the u.k. there will be a lack of beef products because they rely on irish beef the price of beef what escalate so far that your average person in the u.k. simply won't be able to afford it we can avoid that hopefully we will avoid. that point is entirely lost in the backseat debate in london where politicians seem
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entirely unconcerned about the impact on islands of the u.k. leaving the european union island hopes the prospects of empty supermarket shelves might focus some minds gloriously al-jazeera on the irish border. after years of development the world's largest plane has made its first test flight staying in the air for more than two hours above the mojave desert in california the six engines stratolaunch mega jet has the wingspan of an american football field and weighs two hundred twenty seven thousand kilograms the aircraft which can fly to an altitude of thirty five thousand feet has been designed to launch rockets and satellites into space the price of the plane is. just a brief brief recap of the top stories for you now sudanese protest leaders of hell
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talks with the army for the first time since the former president tomorrow bashir was toppled bashir was ousted on thursday but protests have continued over the military assuming temporary power so you don't see a military leader has lifted a nighttime curfew and has abolished the state of emergency but opposition parties have reiterated their calls for further protests they want an immediate end to military rule. of workers the army together with the people have been victims to those people cloaked as good virtuous men it is the juicy and responsibility of the armed forces to protect the people and enforce the rule of law the armed forces men who have fallen have done their best and ousting dictatorship and establishing a civil state we and all the opposition parties refused to hand over power to the military we want to totally civil leadership in libya the u.n. backed government is accused forces loyal to the world of committing war crimes this off to have to fight as you are trying to take the capital tripoli launched
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new as strikes the planes attacked the town of aims are a southeast of tripoli a school and refugee center were hit but no casualties have been reported. magistrates in algeria have rallied in the capital in support of the nationwide anti-government protest movement over one hundred lawyers and judges gathered outside the justice ministry in algiers a plan to boycott the presidential election on july fourth saying the vote cannot be free and fair if it's held under the same framework as the beautifully. palestine's new government has been sworn into office mohamad chatah has become the first fatah official in a decade to become prime minister it was appointed to the role by the palestinian president and fatah ally with abbas and the us president donald trump is being criticized after he tweeted a video containing footage of nine eleven in an attack on muslim congresswoman ileana omar the video features sections of a speech made on civil rights for muslims in the u.s.
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some time later the speech was overlaid with footage of the nine eleven attacks which we have decided not to show or those the headlines are risking it all the. next day without jazeera. al jazeera where ever you.
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come ina is a ghost station in the south of the democratic republic of congo. there's been no
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train service for five months but now it's running again but the train left lubumbashi the second largest city five days ago. no one knows when it will arrive . the train everyone is waiting for has a surprising name home del or the swallow. he. news of the swallows arrival spreads like wildfire via the bush telegraph word of mouth. it's the cheapest rail service in the d.r. congo like a local bus it stops a virtually every station and drills huge crowds. of them
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a street vendors at every stop even in the remotest villages the station becomes an instant market. the. ambassador. i don't know nor would i don't mumble grab yeah i wrote that there are several i know. i. know. but there's not much time for selling. the train is already packed so. passengers clamber for remaining seats.
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has been riding this train for twenty years and knows what to expect. some say but it got there i think because this ill temper says it said this is just deducts it was just odd. there was. i was said to simulate let's. sit by you young today. one of them i did this to do your day for these young people for the business. but this i say alone he said so this it's a sonic as i said if. the people cram into whatever space they can find nearly two thousand people all together three times the officially permitted capacity for those who want to able to find a place or who can't afford a ticket there's always the route. editors are you quite
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open about what it is and he said that it is a simple budget it will let you get up that much avatar you could do it but only do it when you said it was up some of them were. located in the heart of the continent the democratic republic of congo is the largest country in sub-saharan africa. the swallow crosses half the country from lubumbashi to elaine and is the only link between remote villages and the outside world. the swallow has been around for more than fifty years. the old engine was bought second hand in south africa. a relay of ten drivers is needed to cover the one thousand six hundred kilometer journey.
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but. the driver is sixty three years old missed him a long go has one of the hardest parts of the trip. one hundred and twenty kilometers of trouble see about the red. dot we've never done that i said. so. that is an assumption that i thought about said yeah already a physical that's why the trip was the seventies not that it's a problem. mr malone go is the monster on board and supplements using come via lowing ten passengers to travel in the dr his cabinet. it's as close as he gets to first class on the train.
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back in second class the challenge is to avoid stepping on someone as you try and move around the carriage. did something claim all can't get used to. playing up but that was said it's own plus in the us he said it could set up over cement throughout the whole city coming by it it may be someone else sends us a segment called did you know think this thing could see a lot of big this who just want us to call both their money on the phone this sunday put up a video of the preview to. let you know monthly live passengers take as much luggage as they can. it isn't all committed equally so protocol the media. when they say to expose it equally falsify luck. to you. that you lose money if the files onto.
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the plane we're supposed to keep let alone as of old to see them obvious like you do make strong re things sometimes happen. you know much as i was on my side i know you. don't want to see what you want to and i didn't want those again those are in the body of some of. the muslim sons. but. it does. argue we are for green card because you say that you took. the train can also be a death trap to load the foot to be taught it's a sore foot because i said at first i'm a sucker for. did not think it did for such gus nossal which are gun laws able to flex their muscle to help us in my life and. last year the
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snares made several passengers. and those in third class risked their lives up here on the rigs. they can easily get knocked off the moving train. and now when i come out before going up. her dad is out of them was split with the smoke boy what about. his fellow travelers up on the class have to remain alert a lapse in attention could be fatal. plane.
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but they believe. that. the danger comes not just from above but also from the sun. even if the moderate speed of thirty kilometers an hour a tree branch can come like a machete. but that would be better for the simple there's a lot of other. border secure the border.
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these are some of the remotest areas of the d.r. congo. as dawn breaks free men are preparing for a long journey. they're traveling salesman trading in kosov a flower and palm oil in the villages they work for smile. before going on a mobile go there should be i should know beyond your what it was you were doing what you do does your mom work and. often for you one of them was to kill them all so much do you go one on one o one your food food food. man and his companions a setting out on an arduous one hundred sixty kilometer journey through villages in the country south. it will probably take them around four or five days. if.
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you look at the little. town. and. most of the villages are in the middle of nowhere and reaching them means travelling on dirt tracks so the congolese improvise. they converge and reinforce their bicycles to withstand the poor conditions and up to three hundred kilos of merchandise. now. you fools would do this on the. market if you know.
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you know them be sure to put it put a put it would make it john.


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