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division and sudan. demonstrators gather as tensions between civilian and military leaders increase and an unforgivable crime. french president, emanuel mac, hong condemns a deadly police cracked on algerian protestors 60 years ago. ah, we begin in afghanistan, where the number of people killed in friday. suicide attack has arisen to 65. a sheer mosque in kandahar was targeted in the 2nd thought attack in days. mass funerals have been held as the taliban promises to step up. security i saw in afghanistan has claimed responsibility. it is the groups fast, large scale attack in the south of the country and follows a similar block in the northern city of conduce last week. don, as long as the slung people, our coward enemies, merciless,
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too old. we ask dia lumnick, emerald. to seriously think about our security because our enemies will harmless society by any means they can. stephanie deka is in cobble. she says the taliban is starting to realize the scale if the threat for my so kandahar is police chief vowing to increase security with special police units at chia mosques across kandahar. this attack claim by i so significant in the sense of the 1st of its kind in kandahar kandahar is the birthplace, the stronghold of the taliban. and i'm really what we're seeing over the last couple of weeks is an increase in pace and increase in geographical scope in these attacks. initially, they were more centered around jalal, about in the east of the country. they moved to cobble moving to conducing the north and now in the south, in kandahar we've also noticed it here in the sense of the taliban beefing up security. we went round a couple of the ministries today and the security procedures were tighter indifferent than before. also a message from the interior ministry
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a couple of days ago, asking the taliban to look inward at at potential any ice will fight that could be infiltrated among them. so what was beforehand this? the answer you'd usually get from the taliban when you asked them how much of a threat iceland, afghanistan was, they would play it down. now, it seems that they are starting to take it seriously. certainly these 2 groups have been fighting each other for quite a long time. but now the taliban is having to govern the country and having to prevent the kinds of attacks that they used to carry out themselves almost amount as the former afghan ambassador to france and canada, he says some groups are hoping to exploit ethnic divisions enough kennestone it purpose behind these attacks to create a sectarian tensions and one is done, it hasn't worked over the past 20 years, has r, as in she has had been targeted. other communities have been targeted at his cheeks and hindus as well. men and women, children civilians, soft target,
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hopefully and they, when people are not going to go back to a super war situation, and it's all about going to do what they have to do because they're in charge at the same time. you know, i want to start as a victim of the geography, history, geo politics, you economics. and there are tensions within upon the start. there are 4 lines with then one is done. anyone can take advantage of those 4 lines and therefore trends in the region and beyond. in anyone, any country or any state or non state actor can take advantage of these weaknesses that exist in a honda. so i think it's very important that we put everything in context and that they figure out exactly who is behind this, how they can do this and that they can be brought to justice or they can be eliminated. so i think we're moving toward a situation where the tolerable have not been recognized. you're upset about that
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obviously. and there are other forces they're taking advantage of this situation. what needs to happen is that most a tolerable need to recognize what it means to govern and to be effective, and to make sure that they satisfy the demand in the expectations that the national community and then return the international community has to step in and do as possible, in an honest and to prevent the collapse, a growing number of children are suffering from severe malice. marshman and ethiopia t gray province, hospitals that grappling with the wells was tongue, a crisis in a decade. and a shapell reports wise, 4 years old to being treated, persevere, malnourishment, her family has managed to get her to hospital in a region where many can't while there's some baby formula available today. there's no meat, eggs or milk. oh, good money. since the evening of june 28th 7,
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people have died of hunger here at the either hospital. swelling in people's limbs is an indicator of malnutrition and it's searching and t cry. according to unicef. mison brought her child here. oh, when she got sick, she didn't get the proper to eat me now. village. that was because of the situation there. she didn't get proper medical help. it's been like this since june. when fighters from the te grab people's liberation front or t p, a left captured the capital mcclay and ethiopian federal government put its population of half a 1000000 under blockade. 14 percent of much needed aid has entered the region since then, according to the un and no medicine. them as the number of children being admitted to hospital has doubled this year, as their families run out of food, water fuel and the cash they need to survive. andrew chapel al jazeera in sudan, thousands of demonstrators have rallied near the presidential palace in cartoon
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during growing tensions between civilian and military leaders. their demand in greater representation and government had been woken has his report. ah, thousands of protesters again gather in front of the dance presidential palace. but for the 1st time since the countries revolution in december 2019, the coalition that organized that these protests is different. while its carries the name of forces of freedom and change that lead protests against them, president omar bashir. this group broke away from bats coalition, mostly made up of armed groups. their calling for an expansion of the government will no longer there is injustice within the forces of freedom and change. we all participated in overthrowing the former regime. there are 33 bodies in the coalition, but not all are participating. so we don't see ourselves in this government, and we want to know why others who've joined a protest game with different demands. we know when we got the, the has been
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a distribution of power and that was not the goal of the lucian. people didn't protest for these in 2019 to 5 today, milk and bread expensive. here to demand the government of taking the protest reveal widening risk between the factions of the civilian military transitional government, a rift that has been growing and attempted to last month. members of the newco alicia have also spoken against the bullying component of the government using it about getting the logan of the pollution that profit the power on friday dance, prime minister on the left hand address, the mason calling for dialogue between all sides of the government i would not be exaggerating. if i said this political crisis is the worst and most dangerous crisis that threatens the transition and even threatens our entire country and warns of a terrible evil. this is due to the deep splits among civilians and among the military as well as between the civilians and the military. most of those who call
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for the fact that processes are in the government at the national level and have her presentation in some state as part of a peace agreement signed last year. but they want to be included in governance all over the country to have a wider reach when elections are held at the end of the transitional period. some analysts say the root of the crisis lies in the peace agreement that was signed last year and which called for groups to be integrated and put the national army. what is different this time that you have a lot more of each group. we have a lot more civilian actors and have a lot more armed access to and even within the official arm groups or at least 2 very big camps, the protest as he is say, the won't move from the presidential palace until the government is dissolved. once again, sudan finds itself as a political stance though, as the visions continued to hold it back from its transition to democracy. he but morgan, alta 0, how to the french goat president has condemned
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a crackdown on algerian protested. that happened 60 years ago in paris. on the eve of the anniversary manju, mccomb observed a moment of silence at the spot where dozens of demonstrations were killed. in 1961 . algerians had been protesting against french colonial rule when police reacted violently. use if gordon dale is a professor political science at casa university, he says, the french government has taken long to acknowledge its past role in algeria. obviously, the french have all the ways and trying to sweep and look out better. the events of what happened in algeria ah, for the lasts until the late ninety's. the official de paul was about 3, but the assigned to is a historians put it at about $48.00 to $68.00. but did the thought is about $200.00 plus. obviously,
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the relationship between al julia and france especially what happened during the war has been a secret of all the lustre until macklin came to bow will. bill has been a little bit of opening our discussions about this shared good memory and mr. mcgraw has made some steps toward some kind of reconciliation obviously then obviously sentiments are very high on both sides off to be today and i influence and in on julia and mr. mcgraw has tried to walk availability tight at all, not to upset the local audience in france and all talk and responding to other julian desires for a full apology. at least in the u. k. have extended themed attention if a man arrested have been that f and m p. david m s was down to death as he met his
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constituents on friday as were a challenge supports the security of british politicians has been reviewed and what police have called a terrorist incident. for a day at least, british politicians put aside their divisions and united to mourn one of their own . the prime minister and the leader of the opposition laid wreaths where conservative m p. david amos was murdered on friday. police arrested a 25 year old british man and are investigating the killing as an act of terrorism . reverent clifford human as the minister of belfast. the church where david amos had been meeting constituents when he was fatally stabbed. he was personally genuinely light people and try to help him as best as i can. so room for this to happen to somebody was trying to do some good in the community is really the worst comics person. you just don't understand it. a good man and a fine public 7 says that message, a true gentleman,
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he supported his communities as one down here and there's another over there. thank you for your dedicated service to our community for so many years. so many of these tributes have a similar message, david amos die doing something that was integrity of his job. he was out there meeting the public face to face, but it raises the question ah, and peas safe enough. although westminster can seem like a fortress with arms, police never far away. most m. p 's have little to no protection when they're in their constituencies. and this is the 2nd m, p to be murdered in 5 years. joe cox from the opposition labor party was killed by a white supremacist in 2016 on the streets of the area she represented. the home secretary has launched a safety review measures underway. right now. i can be in meetings yesterday. i've been with the speaker of the house and with the police and security services to make sure that all measures are being put in place for the security of m. p,
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so that they can carry on with the gcs, as elected democratic members. one conservative m p tobias elwood says, face to face meetings with constituents should be stopped until they can be moved on line in 2017. he tried to save the life of a police officer fatally wounded in the westminster bridge attack that left 6 people dead. but many more m p say meeting the public is a vital part of their jobs and the functioning of british democracy. and even a tragedy such as this shouldn't be allowed to disrupted for each allen's out as era, leon, c and essex. still ahead on algebra, violence in bangladesh, off the allegations of the koran with disrespect during a hindu festival. i'm scott, hardly in southern thailand where a fishing community is standing up against the government development project. they say will decimate the environment and crush their way of life.
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ah hello, they let start in north america and it's coastal areas that are continuing to be battered by the wet and windy weather, both in the west and in east. and we take a look at the north east, we've seen severe storms rolling across the great lakes working their way to those northeastern states in the u. s. and eastern parts of canada. and that's thanks to a cold front. you can see it pushing through joining up with tropical moisture ahead of that. we've seen some unusual warmth in this area, but that is going to be kicked out some of the wet weather effecting parts of new england on sunday. but by the time we get into monday, it's going to be quebec and those atlantic provinces of canada that see the heavier falls and we're going to see the temperature come down. for example, in ottawa and in boston, but it will pick up in washington dc as the sunshine comes back in. now as we move
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to the west coast, we've seen a so moving a weather system pushing to parts of british columbia, bringing a wintry mix into play. it's going to bring west or whether to parts of washington and california. welcome in some places, but further south it does remain a lot driest and strong winds coming into play and that's not going to help the wildfire situation. you can see some of the winter we mix blowing across the rockies. it is going to turn rather wet here with salt lake city, coming in at 16 degrees celsius. ah, on counting the cost of the battle for influence in latin america, after seating round to china, the us peaks to rid over its neighbors with billions of dollars in investment and online learning took off during the pandemic. but can be had to take start, turn a profit, counting the cost on out here. we know what's happening in our region. we know how
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to get to places that others are not the 1st. so i'm going or the way that you tell the story is what can make a difference. lou ah, welcome back. you watch a yell, dessert mind if our top story is us out. the number of people killed in fraud, a suicide attack. the afghan city of counter hall has risen to 65 miles, funerals have been held as a tele bond promised to step up security at shambles. it was the 2nd attack against worshippers in just over week, thousands of demonstrators have rallied into don's capital cartoon to demand greater representation in government. the prime minister della hand ok says the
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divisions are causing the west crisis yet in the countries transition to civilian the french president emanuel macro has set a crackdown on algerian protest is 60 years ago, was an unforgivable crime. he was mocking the anniversary of the 1961 masika when police and paris killed dozens of demonstrators that were marching against colonial rule. at least 6 people have been killed and more than a 100 wounded in violence in bangladesh. the unrest broke out on wednesday of to allegations that the muslim holy book the koran was disrespected in a temple, tunbridge how to reports from dr. o. protest like this begun of the controversial image as appeared in social media. they purportedly showed a copy of the koran resting of the ne, often the idol during hindu. so got to just celebrations in coming, let dispy that triggered acts of vandalism. and hindu temple in several parts of the country. politicians said people are deliberately civil. there are some groups
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who are quite negative who are not cited. absolutely. yeah. not. so this category of people have dr. darmesh, do you match up our nation, which has been a classic example around the world about marching articles. i'm marty wouldn't. yes . violence broke out between thousands of protest her in bunger, the shes capitol, taco, on friday. several people were injured including some policeman. some protest her chanted slogans, criticising india and the cauldron, bangladesh as prime minister che casino to act with one was o koran at the foot of a deity. that's why we have protesting koran belongs to all of us. we can't
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tolerate the defamation of the koran number. i'm on the front of the buddy know on saturday, come in the capital. there are heavy presence of security forces across the country, government and security agencies. i've described the recent incident as plan with the aim of this stabilizing the country. many hindu community members took part in a post project festival under heavy security. i on the same things a fine in our county, we feel totally safe and there are no bad incidents happening here. however, we do through really bad that some incidents did take place. it's just not right. whoever did all these things. prime minister, how sina has promised to bring the culprits behind the violence to justice. this is really unfortunate as to what happened a few days ago. there's an investigation going on and we're getting lots of information. and of course whoever is involved with instigating the sort of incident we definitely will find them. security has been tightened across the
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country, but a hindu worship was found dead in a pond on friday. next to the temple in camilla came those make up 10 percent of bangladesh, a 169000000 population, and have faced forwarding violence in recent years. it's often sparked by rumors spread on social media. many analysts say it's been used to create religious tension for political sunday children al jazeera dr. human rights groups calling for an inquiry into the death of a former defense minister at 10 chris ache of the venezuelan government authority. say raoul by dwell, died in prison from a coven 19 related heart attack. but his family says he was murdered under swanner reports. name is russell inquiries. the death of raoul bud well is growing from venezuelan opposition parties from the us state department from the organization of american states. i'm the you in high commission of the human rights but most loudly from his family. good. oh nathan,
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i'm being i want to reiterate that we will not rest until there is justice because god and the weld know that my father was murdered. i want to point out the integrity that we have for my brother who is still in the hands of his tortures and murderers of my father. he's still imprisoned and in pain, because unfortunately he saw my father die. he repeatedly begged for medical attention for my father and they ignored him. boy, o, i ha, i hold the state responsible for not having provided the necessary cas. my father, who was a person who was literally buried alive in a torture center called the team. did he ground by dwell was imprisoned on various charges, including the misuse of state funds and abusive authority. his family said he was a political prisoner and died in the jail run for the state intelligence police. they were informed of his death on twitter. the venezuelan authorities say the 66
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year old died from a heart attack related to coven 19. they say he was seats full medical attention, including his 1st vaccination attorney general tarik williams sob than tweeted, expressing his condolences to bud wells, family and friends. well, bradwell was a close ally of the former president of venezuela, or chavez. he served as defense minister between 20062007. when he turned against job is his successor. the current president nicholas doodle became a leading opposition figure. he was arrested in 2009 conditionally released after 6 years, then imprisoned again indefinitely in 2017. i want to emphasize that article 43 of the constitution clearly states that the responsibility for the life of detainees is exclusive of the state. even if the state is you surfing, it must guarantee insights on the lives of all prisoners. today we see that this is
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not happening and the relatives of our medical prisoners pay for them. i have not got a the venezuelan government is due to resume talks of your position in mexico city on sunday, all by the wells. death will be added to the long list of issues of which they disagree than usual. i know how to 0 in southern thailand, a teenager is pushing back against a huge government development project and has seaside community. the government says it will bring jobs and better living conditions, those against that say it will end their way of life and cause environmental damage . scott, honda reports from china and thailand on this stretch of coast where the pine trees meet the beach. on a southern bend of the gulf of thailand, the government wants to build a large industrial zone and deep sea port. this rural region of thailand is home to abundant marine life and undisturbed nature. if 19 year old car,
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rockman ya has anything to do with it, it'll stay that way. here in china. she's one of the leaders in the prominent and growing protest movement calling for the project to be cancelled on that. no, i used to think that my fight to safety and i was just about protecting my homeland . but they came to realize that it's much bigger. so we still have to live on this planet, no matter who we are. we still have to breathe. you still have to depend on natural resources. i think it's only right to speak up. she says everything she has comes from the seat and for most of the people in china, it's been that way for generations. the patient community here in china looks at past government development projects as to what their future could look like if this massive project moves forward. they don't like what they see, and they don't think that their concerns are getting the deserved attention. in run by curry has been a member of this community, his entire life and
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a fisherman for 34 years. he feels helpless and thinks all the control rest with project investors and the government and equipment is going good. good. and if the china project gets to green light, small boats like a house won't be able to head out and fish because they will be big freight ships, which will effect a way of life and dark. on the sprawling and ambitious $3000000000.00 project will have several phases and cover 26 square kilometers. it receive preliminary approval from the national cabinet. 2 years ago. we have to take everything into account because there are some people who are against the idea. some people were supporting earlier, and if that's the case, you know, we have to find a common ground that everybody accepts the idea of what is going to move forward. but the korea common ground will be difficult to find. if the project goes ahead, she believes traditions like this, salting fish and bearing them in the sand will be lost. i keep going because i have my eyes on the pry. i know what i am fighting for and who i am fighting for. and
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that fight, she says, is to make certain that even more generations of china, families are able to live a life where everything they have and need comes from the see. it's got hardly al jazeera china thailand. now what is expected to be nasa's longest and most extensive mission has blasted off from florida. 3 to lucy will be the 1st space go off to study jupiter as ancient trojan asteroids. it will take 12 years and cover more than 6000000 kilometers africa as big as film festival was opened in brooklyn, of fossa capital. after 8 months delay due to code 19 pandemic. the pan african film on television festival has been running for more than 50 years. and represents a rare opportunity for story tell us to showcase their creations on a global stage. nicholas hack reports from one to 2 in the act of defiance and
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routine. sa, so a country where arm groups linked to iceland. now, kate are gaining ground despite threats. hundreds of africa's top actors, directors and producers have gathered for the spectacular opening to the pan african film and television festival of walker do. which is also known as fest packet had 2 candidates senegalese directories in the running for the golden stallion. for her tv series on the cynically hip hop movement, this is a place all of us want to be. we don't want to go to come on to go to look, i know we want to go to 1st back. when you have a, something different than a classical, typical fill. you want an area where you can show it and not be judged before it is shown to a general public. and this is the place for a vanguard cinema. normally held every 2 years, fist by co sorted in 1969. the theme for this 27th edition is african cinema and the diaspora. a new perspective and new challenges. hundreds were lining up to
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watch the opening movie atlantic. it's the tale of a migrant going to europe, but seen from the perspective of those left behind, french and english director mattie job has already won a prize at the cannes film festival. but she says it's still important to show the movie here in walker. do you think the big deal for me to share movie weaver with the audience tonight with the booking abbey again to my beyond the festival, the and the price. again the competition. we tend to forget that the most important thing is very deep relationship between a film and the spectator. beyond the glitz and glamour on display on the red carpet fest, pack o is about this, watching movies in cinemas, from young, african talents that are yet to be discovered by the film industry. there is more than $200.00 films this year, including white lines. a favorite among the jury is
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a story of forbidden love, a set in namibia, a country often used by hollywood to portray africa, but never to tell stories of nubians. then there's a production from la soto, a nation that has no cinemas, to watch films in, but has produced an outstanding dark drama that has already won a prize at the sundance film festival for visionary filmmaking. for people in burkina faso, this event is an opportunity to experience the diversity of african narratives and for african storytellers, a chance to get their work seen on a global stage. nicholas hawk al jazeera while good to go. ah, a money inside with the headlines on out as.


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