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more changes to the ready. to drive the church more. on the d.w.p. . plate. says they wus live from berlin algeria witnesses the biggest protest since president joseph flake i took power students in algeria and leaving sunday's push for change around two thousand people joined in calls for president bush to flee to not to seek a fifth term the ailing leader has now offered to step down and it was then they
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fear a reelected in april also coming up. syrian defense forces say they're close to ending the so-called islamic states hold on the town of bugaboos by assholes on syrian territory coming to an end to winning over the local population might be an even bigger battle. and roger federer has become just the second man to reach one hundred career titles now he's aiming at the all time record of tennis legend jimmy connors. welcome to the show. when began an ontario where and what appears to be an attempt to appease his critics abdelaziz bouteflika as campaign manager as a shore the incumbent will call fresh elections within a year if he wins this follows another day of widespread protests police and l.g.'s
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confronted students protesting against the eighty two year old president spent for a fifth term in office i can see is running out on the streets of algeria the country's pervasive security apparatus dampened political dissent for decades but for the last ten days algerians have taken to the streets in their thousands to vent their rage at the country's leader who to flicka has officially submitted papers to stand for re-election police were called out to disperse protesters who tried to block access to the constitutional council where political candidates must register the. algerians living in france also really didn't the thousands demanding that beautifully just step aside and allow free and fair elections. just because opponents say he's no longer fit to lead due to his poor health and chronic corruption. load. of people who govern
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we don't even know who it is they're in the shadows big mafia big everything so you have to stop after a while you just have to stop we need justice we need equity we need clarity we need a republican we need democracy and we need freedom. but. there are no transparent elections you know geria it's the administration that does everything elections are rigged to have transparent elections the environment must be able to react and they must be active political parties in a public space is a lost cause the press is not independent place you will get the i that young algerians complained that there's an urgent need for economic reforms to tackle unemployment higher than twenty five percent among people under the age of thirty two. political analysts say the protesters are unlikely to have much effect because they like leadership and organization and the opposition is weak and divided after twenty years and the beautifully. joining me now is the sharon room and algerian
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journalist with dave w.'s arabic service so we're going to focus now saying he won't serve a full term is that likely to convince his opponents and his critics when i heard about it i thought the last joke. opponents people will reject this proposition because it's not trustworthy now that's because. it was the end of his second mandate changed the constitution in all the two. and yes sure of the people that it would be only this time and he didn't last for. not for a fourth and now he is trying to push for a fifth. we've seen widespread protests and algerians even in paris france how much spending power does this protest movement have to all of this is this is the question i think a big part of the protests i was disappointed because they thought they have
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a real chance to push the regime to stop the candidature of the trial but there's also a core of the protests as well. demanding. a change of the system of the whole system so i think a big part of the protesters will regain the streets. for a real change are not turning out there of course asking for change but what are they looking for in that change of government what they say is that they want a second republic really in democratic states where there was the people divides and human rights are respected where they can elect a pro. the dent and members of parliament in the real unfalsified votes. and. i think depended on that. also to have hope to to live in a country with a good economy with
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a really drop what your niche is that's the big problem in the jury. in these elections now what's the alternative to beautifully what about the other candidates there's no alternative the other candidates have no chances because the elections will be falsified and. when he around for the last four monday it's didn't let and he can do that to put the challenge him and that will happen again this time to share a room thank you very much. now to some other stories making news around the world. flash floods in southern afghanistan have left at least twenty people dead the army evacuated some four hundred families from hard hit regions in the kandahar province but rescue efforts have been hampered by heavy rains the u.n. says further air support is required to rescue people trapped in urgent need of aid . five years after the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight m h
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three seventy kuala little board says it's open to proposals from private companies to resume the search for the aircraft the statement by the country's transport minister offers fresh hope to victims' families. partial results in a stoniest parliamentary election show a clear lead for the opposition central right for form party with around thirty percent of the vote the senior partner in the current coalition government the central party of prime minister and is just ahead of the far right to stony and conservative people's party in a tight battle for second place. and commons to german media hungry populist prime minister has lashed out at the bloc in the european parliament that is only party belongs to viktor orban is remarks came after the conservative bloc called for his party's expulsion or accuse the center right european people's party
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of serving the interests of the left the a.p.a.p. is worried about oregon's fiendish party's strident anti and anti immigrant rhetoric or brown's repeated clashes with brussels came to a head last month after his government launched an ad campaign seem to have anti-semitic undertones portraying who carry an american billionaire george soros and european commission president. u.s. backed forces in the syrian village of our meeting fierce resistance from so-called islamic state militants who are trying. to stave off defeat in the last patch of land they control the kurdish let syrian democratic forces and u.s. warplanes have pounded islamic state targets with artillery fire and occasional airstrikes the offensive against i asked to recapture the village resumed on friday after a two week pause to evacuate civilians. the u.s. backed fighters might be close to defeating the insurgents but they still have
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a long way to go to capture the hearts and minds of those who still believe in the islamic caliphate. the said truth of the war in syria is that when liberating areas you're often also destroying them and the syrian town of barga was for conny near the iraqi border is no exception after syrian democratic forces mainly kurds supported by the us military beat the bull work of the so-called islamic state they have now begun what many believe to be the decisive offensive they think it'll take about another week and then the caliphate will be no more in syria. not at all comical mani think that's something that we're expecting brutal resistance from the terrorists they'll fight with everything they've cut and move we'll call in airstrikes and artillery barrages and move in with ground troops and no doubt that the player on the tyan helen well i think she got a lot of i think. thousands of i a supporter as have been fleeing during
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a cease fire the past few weeks including citizens from almost fifty countries it seems as though for them their dreams of an islamic state have been destroyed. something is not needed and i did not. know that and i'm not going to i'm sorry i cannot go. i'm red buttons from indonesia and i come from the young lions unit of the caliph that my father is fighting for i guess. if anyone here regrets anything at all it's mainly the fact that i as his days are over no one here talks remorsefully about the people who suffered simply because they were of other faiths or held other values but there are also other scenes and argues for conny at the last moment some yazidi women and children are able to leave after being slaves for almost five years it might have been a relief for them if it wasn't for the other problems they face. what i don't know about the fate of my father my mother my four brothers all of
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them were imprisoned by i guess only one brother got out of the deal and. it's believed many you're see the women and children are still in the hands of islamists somewhere argues for kamin may soon be liberated for some that will end a long nightmare but for many others the suffering is likely to go on. and australia fire crews are battling bushfires in the country's south east hundreds of people have been evacuated in the state of victoria the blazes come at the hottest start to march on record. somebodies house somebodies home exploding in a bushfire in bunyan state park east of melbourne an army of firefighters is taking to the roads and to contain flames on several fronts. the biggest fire sparked by lightning strikes has already eaten up more than six thousand hectares.
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in the front and that huge war flying it's huge it's brought me it's a monster it's reading this story it's really. dozens of residents have been evacuated not knowing what if anything will await them when they return. i also want to say but this is an active far it is moving and there is every likelihood there will be for the property losses. the worst bushfires in a decade come as southeastern australia still buckles under a record breaking heat wave. as imagine sea crews try to gain the upper hand against these fires the hope for some not to respond to it is keener than ever. german soccer news now where sunday's when this league matches have been decided start got on hand over went head to head in a relegation faceoff and the hosts jugaad came out on top with
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a stunning five one victory both teams remain in the bottom three of the table but start got now moved within two points of safety and volves clash with braman ended in a one one stalemate until yesterday just one man was ever able to reach the one hundred tile milestone in professional tennis u.s. legend jimmy connors but now this staggering feat has also been achieved by someone else roger federer the swiss has become the second man to reach one hundred career titles after winning the dubai championship final. if there was ever a well deserved standing ovation this was it. and even the cool roger federer got a tiny bit emotional. well it makes me look back. at all start to. live one of my first title back and realize it was actually owned by the by
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tournament at the time. and yeah i was hoping that one day i was going to win a title just before the final i did but i'm sitting here today having one hundred is i don't know is this believe this was dominated greek youngster stuff honesty plus from the start winning the first set six four. if. the second set was pretty much the same to us didn't play bad but federer played better six four six for the final score sixty six thank the swiss was first gretchen they did buy two t. plus and then praised his opponent will see so much more of him and i always enjoy playing the next generation you know that come through because one day i'll be sitting on my couch and i'll be watching them and enjoying their of tennis. one day but not now the first federer is attacking the next milestone one hundred ten titles that would beat jimmy connors record.
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