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the destruction and lack of help, they remain committed bringing the city back to life. ah, which is really security for sins target palestinians mocking the 7 people found, investigate the creation of the zionist states, which they call the knock box will catastrophe and marches in the u. s in solidarity with palestinians. i'm to justice the killing of al jazeera journalists, sharina ah, hello, there i'm installs the attain. this is al jazeera live from. also coming up. molly's military, where it is pull out of a regional alliance fighting armed groups and this a hell region and celebrations in the somali capital went m. p. 's have elected
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a new president who was voted out 5 years ago. mm . now, marchers marking the 74th anniversary of the creation of the state of israel, known to palestinians as unlocked or catastrophe, had ended in violence. palestinian students were arrested a telephone university on sunday after confrontations with right wing activists stage encounter protests israeli media report. the 2 have been released, but one remains in police custody accused of assault. meanwhile, israeli forces injured several palestinian protesters in the occupied west bank. they were rallying near the base l settlement in the city of ramallah on sunday. there is also increased tension this year. after al jazeera journalist, sharina clay was shot dead by israeli forces. and there has been defiance messages
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from palestinians as rally in the gaza strip. the balloons bearing the names of 50 is occupied by israel in 1948, nearly 800000 palestinians were driven from their homes in the year that israel was foundry. one of you had that we want to say to this occupation that we will not allow any crime against jerusalem and luck saw or against palestinian people. any foolishness committed by the occupational open the gates of hell. and the resistance were, remains a shield, answered the defense, jerusalem and deluxe or semi don now takes a look back at the history of the knock and how it's affected. entire generation shall help. please. now, living in holland dear refugee camp was forced to flee a border june 948 when he was 18 years old. but he still holds on to what left the keys to his house, the powerful recollections that sometimes capture his gaze. in may,
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948 design is declared. the establishment of the state of israel. hundreds of thousands of palestinians were displaced, design as quickly absorbed, conquered palestinian towns into their new state of israel. as many palestinians languished in refugee camps. heard about albert, the jews attacked the town. there were 4 people with mental disabilities who didn't understand that they should stay indoors so they were killed by the zionist shilling. i did not see the zionists, but i heard the show them. why haven't you gone back to butch colored a steady yes the elders decided we should stay out of the town for a week or a month or a couple of months until the zionists leave. but they never left our town. and eventually, our hope of returning die, who was the hand in your home? there were a few people who tried to sneak back into a butcher at night, but the zines called them and killed them. how could anyone think of returning
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after that? he longed to set foot again in his village. he still remembers its water wells and trees fondly. but israel generally does not allow palestinians into what is now israel even for a visit, if they don't have his ready citizenship. israeli id cards or special permits could only give him a glimpse of what it looks like today. park with fields and flowers . you know, they don't seem so tranquil now, but appearances can be deceiving because this was one of the palestinian village of a bullet swept by the turmoil of an extra foreshadow house eve. it's all still there in his memory. the grandfather displace heartbroken and still hoping to return his path. 1000 displacement seems the distance is ever sammy's day. then al jazeera alone dear refugee can. while the shock waves as palestine snuck bye are
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still reverberating. people either fled or were forced from their homes. they hoped to return one day, but they were never allowed to. nick clark met one woman as she visited her childhood home. few original residents from the time of the night both still alive . recorded. habash is one. this is your home. this is my house. this is my home, this is what i was born. and this is read. i lived up did the age of 7. florida spent a happy childhood here until her family fled. during the night. my father took us for security. with 4 children looked even to think or close the cover toys, nothing. everything, everything was left inside the house, the furniture you're tall, everything there are you. you never got them, but they were just acquired with
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new size. what would buy buy pabo? these doors are still the original doors and the men door, the entrance to the home to my home is still the same. but i feel bad. it is not well kept re badly kept cool. if you eat something without it being washed. yeah, to right. this is melody fruit from a tree that your father planted, my father planted, miscellaneous. i did not forget. i was 7 years that what i did not forget. i still remember vividly my life, my daily life. you then my children. we make sure they know the history, the history of my nation, the history of the palestinians, and the history of our properties of our whole of my home,
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the home of my husband. and not only by then children and i have to good glad children they know when they place from here. they say this is the home of peter. this is the home of siegel. we make sure the little bit we're ready for reconciliation. but with justice, we want to piece but without justice, how can you have said do an as long as we're here and we are here. me and my promise to new people. hold that report there from my colleague nick clark well demonstrations were held in various american cities and solidarity with palestinians. many protesters also voiced their anger against the killing of serene. i will awfully. patty calhane went to one of
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those rallies in washington dc for washington. d. c standards, this is an incredibly small protest or not, but less than a 100 people. protesters that i've talked to here say that is part of the problem. when i was in 1st grade, i, when, when my teacher showed us the, the world now. and i'm like, where am i just said, where's palestine and everyone's like, what is i, i constantly hear people talking about a israel and the land belonging to them throughout my school throughout our schools . i've been to, in conversations on the street and not enough people know the history of what happens of palestine. i'm because i feel that a lot of western media, i'd phrases as a conflict as like a 2 sided issue. and we're both sides are equally as violent one. there are many signs you're talking about, the death and the funeral of serene albert ock law,
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the l g 0 journalist, who was a gun down doing her job well. wearing a press like best many people here said they expected. give that there would be many more people at the approach us. but in reality, this is a story that has been only barely covered in american media. and the people here say that's pretty much par for the course. well, in her last report filed before she was killed by israeli forces, sharina exposed the realities of israeli occupation and told the stories of palestinians who lost their homeland 74 years on the me. and how can i help a lot of mean how you live with the horner? oh, and girl, i'm resolution you'd off it now, but a here to your car yet to hear more 100 ways. sir. mazar left off, hulu fi there. curity, he be hoodie, thought he'd korea to her. people you to ha body. mia? he fi her. oh, palmer cannot caught. you man, had diamond neck bel greenwood monk, the guy award. done your job handler. we're hung adeena john, we are
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a to hm. which be that it was rottweiler into colony lemon pocketing cutty bel for stock a rule settled philistine, you're too feeble. you 10 o t m injured eda, do not. and yet ballot followed enough, but in order cut the coon when 30 him shilling a barclay. l 0. allow water still ahead here on our 0 results are expected soon. and 11 e is election seen as a job to force change after years of financial cale. i'm the star of the show. we check out the 1st so called blood moon in. ah, ah, well here's the thing. those winds have finally backed off,
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but now the humidity has bumped in for sun across the golf. hey everyone. here's the details, but still a bit of a wind blowing down through iraq. that's going to start round the sand in dusting q 8, but it's not going to get as far as buffering or cats are. so he has a high of 40 degrees. temperatures has come down in jet, so you've got a high of 42 on monday, another spot. this temperatures coming down a bit of relief is through pakistan, jacob, by just the other day, registering the highest temperature in the world so far for 2022. at 51 degrees, you're now down to 44 on monday, but when can take out toward friday, we'll paint the colors on dark or the red, the hard, the temperature here. so jacob, a bad, you could very well be back up to 50 degrees by the end of the week. here's of other story in turkey where that sons out, we've got some high temperatures. that includes is stumble, $25.00 degrees on tale at $27.00. likely a few showers, though, for central air is that includes capital on cra, central africa looks like this. our usual storms, but i would say more centered over western areas. in the forecast on mondays,
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we dip toward the south, some showers, southern sections of moves and big central areas as well. but a huge swath of south africa is dry cape town looking good with a high of 26 ah fixing longer hows some shorter deadlines. south korean delivery drivers are literally being worked to death. one 0, one east explorer, the dock side of consumer convenience and south korea on al jazeera. ah, oh, wow. oh, now jesse are every mm no news.
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ah ah, hello, you're watching al jazeera. let's remind you about top stories. have a solid israeli forces have injured to several palestinian protesters rallying at the base l settlement and the city of ramallah and the occupied westbank there marching to mock the 74th anniversary of the creation of the state of israel. what is known to palestinians as i'll knock a catastrophe. demonstrations of also been held in various american cities and solidarity with palestinians. many purchased is also voice their anger against the killing of al jazeera john les sharina lockley. while there are signs of life returning to normal and china's biggest to see after more than 6 weeks of strict cove at 19 locked downs, supermarkets, malls and restaurants and shanghai are expected to reopen with limited capacity starting on monday. officials have declared that 15 of 16 districts in the city of
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25000000 people have eliminated corona virus cases. well, katrina, your reports now from beijing on the timeline for shanghai reopening. during this lockdown period, its been really difficult at times to get access to fresh food and other essential supplies. there have been a lot of inconsistent messaging from authorities. we have easing restrictions only for things to be tightened up again. so this announcement really is the clearest timeline that shows residents have received during this time for resuming normal life. and the goal is for them to reduce normal life by june the 1st and the reason that the authorities are going forward with this is because for 2 days now, they've had 0 cycle transmissions of carbon 19 outside people already in quarantine . so what they've outlined is 3 different phases of this gradual reopening from today. on monday, we see some physical stores opening mainly things like supermarket grocery
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pharmacies, some head, dresses, some restaurants as well. we'll be able to open up offering, take out services only. and we'll see this over the next few weeks. more and more businesses begin to reopen some in person classes will resume some students as well . public transport in areas that currently have no coded 19 cases and flight to also slowly resume. but the government is definitely concerned and prioritizing, getting a lot of factories back online, a lot of supply chain back online because shanghai session and portion city not only is it the biggest city in china, is also a major commercial center. so they really want to get the supply chain who have been crippled, back working again, so that the, the rest of the country can resume also. normally. now the regional governor of ukraine's western vive region says russia has fired 4
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missiles at military targets near the border with poland, no casualties were reported. and the missiles were reportedly fired from the black sea. you can says 2 were brought down before they were able to reach their targets . now libby was last hit by russian missiles on may. the 3rd, the western said he has been largely sped since the war began. as russia focuses its efforts in the east. and now finland has declared that a new era is underway, as it applies for nathan membership, with sweden also moving to join the alliance. now that was a distant prospect for both countries just a few months ago until rushes invasion of ukraine shifted their stance on european security. meanwhile, the kremlin has warned that expanding nato would be a mistake. step bass and reports from berlin, where the head of the lines is called the potential changes historic. finland and sweden will be warmly welcomed into the nato military alliance. that was the message from all natal foreign ministers at
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a meeting in berlin. except for one. turkey has made objection saying the nordic nations are hosting, but it calls fairest organization pointing among others at the p. k. k. the kurdish workers party to be frank on a bit confused. because i had a telephone discussion with the president there on that is approximately a month ago. and actually he took up himself before i had the possibility to do that, that you're applying for natal mentorship and we will assess it favor other attempt him and he was very pleased to receiving my thanks for turkey, there was nothing confusing about its the man the bed need to stop supporting terrorist organizations. the defense industry restriction over prohibitions on export permit imposed to an allies such
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a turkey should definitely be lifted. i'm not saying this is a bargaining chip. i'm saying it is a requirement of alliance. russia, the president, sliding me, put in, has called the possible northern expansion of nato, a threat villain. joining with double the border between nato and russia. but nato's minister sat put in himself to blame of the invading ukraine. the confident the issue with turkey will be resolved soon. i heard almost across the board, very strong support for finland, nato joining the alliance if that's what they choose to do. and i'm very confident that we will reach consensus on that. all 30 nato states have to approve the admission of new members. a process that normally takes month, administers and berlin said they want to speed this up to prevent the so called grace period in which finland and sweden would not be protected by nato's article 5 weeks as an attack on one is an attack on all. it was expected as soon as fin and
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sweet and applied for nato membership. the process would be smooth and swift, but focus position may now have flowed this down. no one can say for sure when the tumor flex will be added to this collection steadfast and al jazeera in berlin will . meanwhile, molly is pulling out of a regional military alliance fighting armed groups in this a hell region. molly's military regions and made the announcement sizing, a lack of progress. and molly was due to hold the g 5 presidency in february, but there's been criticism of the military since it took power in a cru last year. the g 5 held forth includes troops from new jack. chad became a faster and more attain yeah, it was set up back in 2017 to counter armed groups which have swept across the region in recent years. but the force has been hobbled by lack of funding and disagreements among them. the states only respect to william lawrence. he's a former us diplomat setting is regional security office in west africa. he says molly's need is have isolated the country. it began to him that molly's taking
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a further step away from regional cooperation and also a step away from france which backs the g. 5 is part of its regional strategy. again, one of the worst areas of jihad is in the world. there's really nobody that wants to cooperate with the molly and purchase cover, right? government right now. they came to power in a coup in august of 2020. and then another qu, may of 2021, ad 1st announcing and didn't want to hold elections for 5 years. it's now reduced that to 2 years. and it's subject to many sanctions from eco was an over 15 nations that had truth. molly, as part of the stabilisation of molly after the civil war. and molly, they've all pulled out a lot of the troops have moved to a very niger, and that increased the importance of the region working as a region nor to compared to combat. the jihad is threats moving all about. and molly's saying nope, we're going to do it on our own. after months of delays,
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threats of violence and a growing hunger crisis, somalia finally has a new president house and shake mohammed has had the job before but was posted out 5 years ago. now some lab reports now from august issue she moved with it is if somalia once before now is back in office again, my country needs to work forward and not go backwards and it doesn't need violence and revenge. whatever was done to people, we call for forgiveness. this time the gunfire on the streets of the capital, nobody who is in celebration is an armed conflict. people who are glad to have a change of leader as an shake, defeated outgoing president mohammed of the law. he mohammed known as far maggi, whose popularity has declined over his 5 years. you know, if, if he's critic, say he's made somali as conflicts and economy worth and that he tried to stay in
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power. i stalling, the election was meant to happen more than a year ago. somali don't actually get to the vote. m p 's chosen by officials and plan representatives. then the m. p. 's voted for presidential candidates in the series of 3 rounds. it's an electoral system that was introduced off the somalia central government collapse in 1991. been much criticized was meant to be transitional. somalia could move to having elections with one person, one vote that hasn't happened. one thing the system is always deliver. it is a change of ahead day everyone familiar with the processes buying a vote and corruption of widespread loyalties on guaranteed in the last round, it was the opposition uniting against outgoing president from azure that to the balance the sun shake inherits the major challenges the armed group alger
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bob is stronger than it was when his 1st term ended 5 years ago. it controls ways that the countryside and simone has been suffering one of its worst droughts in decades. the un has warned of appending famine. more than 700000 people have lost their farms in livestock and fled the countryside into camp. they urgently need help. in morbid issue, maintenance optimism. as we celebrate the victory of president her son shaking her mood, you want him to prioritize security and established one person, one vote and create jobs, especially for the youth. extended election period has been since and sometimes violent. now i say that people hate things will get better. malcolm web al, jazeera, mogadishu, somalia, while votes are still being counted and lebanon's parliamentary election,
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it's the 1st general election since in economic meltdown in 2019 and the buried port explosion. and despite a relatively low turn out it seen by many as a real chance, the change center caught our reports now from beirut. lebanon has all but collapsed . yet the establishment that plunged the country into darkness is seeking re election. the nearly bankrupt state has been struggling to provide services on election day. it was no different and it's this status quo that many are hoping to change. 2022. we decide to change. so i bought some but not under what it yeah. so hopefully it will change, but unseating the political class that has been governing this country for decades is not easy. anti establishment coalitions fielded many candidates, the so called change forces. they're expected to win a few seats, but not to change the political landscape. i know it's a chart for change,
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it's not let change yet. i hope for the next generation, they wouldn't be that chain. that process began in late 2019, when massive crowds protested for months. they were met with violence. now many are to disillusioned to even try. a country has been a long from the longer the same every 4 years. there's elections and we think will ways we can change with change. supporters of the former prime minister sat haddy think so as well. that's why they are boycotting the vote. heidi had it the muslim sunday communities, largest block in parliament, but left politics earlier this year. blaming it on iran's influence through its allies, has below over the country. now with better homes you in 5, we want a majority across the country where we couldn't translate those gains into anything tangible. there was a gun pointed at our back. buller already controls the country has belies an armed
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pro. iranian party that, along with its allies, are in the majority in the outgoing parliament. its opponents, mainly pro western and pro saudi parties are hoping to shift the balance of power. it's a traditional political divide that has led to bouts of sectarian violence in the past. and breaking through their grip on power has always been difficult. anti establishment candidates were already at a disadvantage before voting started their up against powerful forces, a system that works against them, and they're not united, which means the vote is flipped and it is much harder to reach the electoral threshold. votes are still being counted. the big changes are unlikely, the relatively low turn out. there's a sign that the election will only give what many have described the corrupt in dysfunctional system a new lease of life. then there also is eda battled police praising the bravery of parishioners. of the church, shooting in the us state of california. one person was killed and 4 others
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critically wounded. and the attack in laguna woods on sunday. police say the suspected gunman was stopped in his weapons seized by parishioners. there they say he's an asian man in his sixties. most of the people in the church at the time i believe to be of ty would need to send and police say the man they believe is behind saturdays choosing and buffalo city and new york state had threatened violence before 10 people were killed after an 18 year old white man opened fire at a grocery store. most of the victims were black. us president joe biden condemned the shooting describing it as hate build. how crowds have gathered to watch what's called a super flower blood moon light up the north, the night skies of southern grease, the moon appeared a reddish color that rose above the ancient temple of poseidon. there the phenomenon has fascinated humans for thousands of years. that happens when the moon passes through the shadow of the earth, creating a total lunar eclipse,
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or some of the clearest views of that celestial show will be from north and south america. and this time the moon is now half eclipsed. the full eclipse will and later to the sour blue hello there. this is al jazeera and these are the headlines. israeli forces have injured several, palestinian protesters rallying near the base l settlement and the city to ramallah and the occupied westbank. they were marching to mark the 74th on a bursary of the creation of the state of israel once known to palestinians. as a luck, bye. oh catastrophe. there's increased tension this year after al jazeera journalist, surely an ugly, with short shot dead by israeli forces.


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