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oh, i'll just eva into the realm of sales building insane. carina architect on our does even new voice, safe keeping up the airway florida. can you listen that with kimberly here, but i really think in your own country shifting paleface case, the rise of citizen journalism has changed everything. how do you happen? it happened on social media and the undeniable impact of the mainstream narrative. australians went to the pole with those images front of mine is a war that very much came forth out in the media as well on the battlefield. they're listening page. dissect the media on al jazeera ah for 8 people have been injured as a gunman, targets of boston, occupied east jerusalem. it's believed to suspect remains on the rom
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ah, until mccrae, this is al jazeera alive from doha, also coming up. more questions for, for me you as president, donald trump, as fresh revelations emerge about classified documents found at his florida home this week. a man pleads not guilty to the attempted murder of salman rushdie. the writer remains in a critical condition after he was stabbed on stage in new york state. in an exclusive interview, senior taliban leader arms akani tells al jazeera how he sees the groups achievements and failures since seizing power in afghanistan almost a year ago. ah, 8 people have been injured in a shooting and occupied east jerusalem. it's believed the gunman targeted
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passengers on a bass under the car as well as pedestrians. the police haven't rolled out the possibility of more than one shooter. israeli forces a searching in the district of sil, one natasha. her name has the latest from occupied east jerusalem. this is really media is reporting as many as 8 people were injured in this shooting 2 of them seriously. one of them is a 35 year old woman who is pregnant. according to media reports, at least one person ambushed a bus as it arrived at the western wall in the old city on sunday morning. witnesses say that as people were boarding the bus and it was packed, they heard gunshots screams shouting and warnings that this was a terror attack. a bus driver tells is really media. he tried to pull away, but he was unable to do so because the wheelchair ramp had been lowered to accommodate a woman in a wheelchair and it blocked the door. busy preventing him from leaving police
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flooded the area cordoned off the area near the western wall. and since then have been reading several homes in a palestinian neighbourhood in occupied east jerusalem called still won a short time ago. there were alerts that 4 people have been arrested. 2 of them women and they might be possibly run related to the suspect. as i said, there are reports that there could be one or more shooter. there was actually c c t v footage that shows someone shooting at the bus. that it, no doubt will be helpful to police as they search for the person or people responsible. the shooting comes a week after egypt negotiated a ceasefire between is thrill and the armed group palace in palestinian islamic jihad in the gaza strip. that followed 3 days of his really airstrikes in gaza that killed almost 50 people, including 17 children. israel says it conducted this operation to thwart
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a terror attack by the islamic jihad. the ceasefire had been considered quite fragile because the stomach to hide is continuing to press for the release of 2 prisoners, including a man who has been held without charge for months and is on a hunger strike and is in very poor health. yoni bin minimum is a senior, middle east analyst and west jerusalem. he says the attack follows a week of high tension, and israel garza and the occupied wis bank. the atmosphere is an atmosphere of engine a or forced re shamay for the palestinians away for street. if a what happened a gas high for them, it was at the fee of that, but a scene in a slamming jacket be because there is where made this success a little corporation and a main oh, what is
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a cease fire but still live? that should be very high because a, the sunny job remains the release of who police didn't prison it prisoners and i don't know that it's only speculation would not know if it's directly connected, but they atmosphere, he's all then sion and frustration. donald trump is facing mounting pressure. following reports, his lawyer signed a statement back in june, confirming all classified material had been returned from the full of presidents, florida home. that's according to the new york times. the statement would be at odds with this week. seizure of 11 sets of classified documents from mar lago was handling or sharing top secret information. critical to national security is a violation of america's espionage act. tromp says he had declassified all pipe as he took from the white house wallen office. heidi show castro has more from
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washington we know that not only as tromping investigative for potentially violating the espionage act, but he is also be investigated for possibly obstruction of justice. and that is what this key document speaks to. the context of this is the department of justice asked air subpoenaed trump and his aides back the in the spring for all of the classified materials that he had improperly removed from the white house and brought to his private residence at mar lago. that was followed up by an in person visit from the top counter intelligence off official in the department of justice, the national security division who went to mar lago again in person in june to try to get those materials back by the reporting from the new york times says that. trump's attorneys did present some classified documents, then and shortly after signed that written statement,
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saying that there was no longer any remaining classified documents at mar a lago. that's what they said back them. but what we saw unfold on monday in that dramatic search, oh, conducted by the f. b, i of mar logo revealed that it was not the truth because there were 11 sets of classify materials that were so marked that was again removed after that search. several of those materials were top secret, which is can only be held and read in a secure government building off her salman rushdie is no longer on a ventilator and is talking after being stead several times on friday. his friend and fellow author attached to the posted the update on twitter. the man accused of carrying out the attack is 24 year old hot natar. he has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and assault in the 2nd degree rushed with stead repeatedly in the
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nic and stomach on friday at her literary event in new york state. the award winning bout controversial author has 5 years of deer threats for his novel. the se tennis versus mike hannah is following developments from washington. the alleged perpetrator of the attack harvey. my cause has appeared in an upstate new york court in may bull new york. he's pleaded not guilty to the attempted murder and so charges. now police say that they are investigating the man's background, particularly in new jersey, which is where he comes from, the state, neighboring new york state. they are questioning people there to establish whether this was a attack carried out by the men on his own or whether there was some element of pending and some outside assistance in the attack of his being overwhelming reaction not just from within the literary world, but also among the society at general, some have described it as the ultimate sense to ship of the artists such an attack,
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his close friend and fellow right to e. n. mature and also issued a statement saying that rusty has been an inspirational protector of those writers and journalists who being persecuted around the world. this also being questions raised about securities at this latree event. how did the tech get so close to rush the who has been under threat with such a long period of time? there was a state trooper present, but some contending that the security should be much greater. monday marks one years since the taliban took control of afghanistan earlier this week, and i still suicide bomber assassinated a key taliban figure. just last month, the u. s. drones strike and cobble killed al qaeda's later in an exclusive interview. a. some of the javin spoke to senior tel upon later and asked connie he asked how the government will ensure afghanistan is not used by outside groups to
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commit acts of terror. baudelaire, since the signing of the agreement, we have been honoring all obligations. we dare anybody to give a single example or a single occasion where our territories were used to undermine other countries. security on the statement laid by the islamic emerett, explaining its position was very clear. we are committed to the doha. it clearly sets out the obligations will at least on us, as well as the u. s. if any violation was committed, it was the us who entered our territories without permission, even without notifying us. this was a clear violation on the part of the us. there's is a malicious propaganda aimed at smearing the image of the islamic emerett we reject and refute these false claims. and i reiterate, we have not violated any of our obligations under the doha agreement. we are committed to honoring our obligations while wished to see the other party honoring affairs and live up to their responsibilities tray in whiskey pakistan is my king.
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75 years of independence with celebrations across the country. in karachi, a ceremony is being held at the memorial for pucca sounds founder mohammed ali, gina, thousands of people, including the prime minister or so gathering at the general convention center in the capital. islam of odd british colonial rule ended in 1947 with petition and the formation of india and pakistan. there were also celebrations and la whore on saturday. thousands of supporters of pakistan's, former prime minister, m. round con, gathered for a rally in the city county. been campaigning for political come back after losing a no confidence vote in parliament in april. a renewal is a political analyst based, and pakistan's capitalist law about she says con is resonating with young people who are looking for a change. i think it was very hard at least the evidence that the south and the wrong word has perhaps most convinced people,
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especially not the of the political party, especially not the military which is often important bad enough on the motor motor commentator. but i think of perhaps when. ringback people will be struck the present, the occupation, he's very popular among the history of foreign independence, the way the 2007 evictions believe. so all we didn't buy such a tv and because of the functionality because of the we had sort of sort of box. so it seems to give them the people off. ready bender, to fit in striking of cold with the population,
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happens to be under the age of $45.00 of the other parts of the 70 to the 90 for the marcia laws, how they either but for the young people 20 or 25 years, they will then so they have seen as managing political parties, follow one after, and then it appears to be somebody who's outside outside. do you walk out of the status who don't change seem to be supporting him? seeing all the young seem to be off to you, which has begun voters. and that you also see that thinking of, you know, with all the large crowds that he managed to gather in, it's something he doesn't need to get the get the ball. and within all,
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you can see people speak the other box. you get knocked out. still ahead on al jazeera ah, an act of defiance. 200 kilometers from the front lines. people in keith insist. life must get back to normal. and the daily cost of living increases in sierra leone rem pens. inflation is pushing families into extreme poverty. ah, with hi there. thanks for joining in. let's go with your world weather update. beginning in the middle east. temperatures have come down a smidge for buck dead and you wait. we're now into the upper forty's, lot of sand and dust spinning around in the empty quarter of saudi. and those winds
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are shifting around once again in cats are. but next i got to take you to pakistan . there is a tropical cyclone spinning around the north arabian sea. so that's chucked a lot of rain into karachi over the past 48 hours a months worth of rain has fallen, and that's now shifting into boxes, stones baluchistan province, where we have seen some flooding for turkey. here's how this story goes. those clouds and showers never really too far away from its stumble. so still putting the risk in there on sunday, but by and large it will be dry. and for africa around the gulf of guinea, let's take it to nigeria. douse with rain, southern and northern portions here, both of those spots. we've seen some flooding, so that's certainly not good news. and the weather maker that crashed into the western cape now shifting into the eastern cape. but it's going to file up some cooler error. so keep an eye on my put so 31 degrees on sunday, but let me show the 3 day forecast. those wind shift around from the north to the south. that means you go from 31 degrees to 23. on monday, my, on my on to change,
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you're watching al jazeera reminder of our top stories, the salad. i use people have been injured in a shooting an occupied east. jerusalem is believe the gunman targeted passengers on a boss, sand, and a car as well as pedestrians. police haven't ruled out the possibility of more than one shooter. donald trump's lawyer assigned to statements in june, saying classified material that trump's florida home had been returned. that's according to the new york times. the statement would be at odds with this week seizure of 11 sets of classified documents from our log. in the man accused of stepping all the salman rushdie has now pleaded not guilty to attempted murder. meanwhile, rush, these agent has confirmed, he is able to speak and is off of in to lice at officials, have grounded flights of camber airport on the strategies capital. after reports of gunshots, a man has been arrested and the ip port has been evacuated. there are reports that
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planes are waiting on the tarmac while authorities secure the area, no injuries have been reported so far. the brazilian president jaya ball scenario galsen arrow has been appealing to his evangelical christian supporters with just weeks to go before presidential elections. oh, the president and 1st lady leads the crowd and singing the brazilian national anthem at the end of the so called march for jesus. and rio de janeiro vall scenario is trailing in the opinion. polls ahead of the vote on october, the 2nd that he still has solid backing from some of the countries lodge protestant churches. i. we are indeed going to bring the presence of the lord jesus to the government. and we will declare that this nation belongs to the lord, and that holds door will not prevail against our family and against the brazilian church and against our brazil. or fighting is raging on the eastern and southern
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fronts of ukraine. but in the capital, there's a sense of a new normal john, hindrance reports from cave in key, there is a defiant celebration. residents are out. unafraid and active. call it the new normal months ago, people hidden bomb shelters fearing the russian invasion, but ukraine's troops pushed them back. and now the battle lines are far away. to normal life, slowly coming back to cave, we open right now, much more restaurants. go fer it, sir. the visa scullen baggins this slowly starting to war. but her, it's allusion blue, sky, sunshine, summer and fur. we have no forget the scuffle congress come at us east of key if
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it's hell. his big bottle, where our buttress defend our country. the city's famous opera house is open, but no one has forgotten that this is a country at war and not far off. we're not your caregiver should be under showing every day. we're not like you done bought somewhere. so me. yeah, no, like we're not scared, not tourist from the other parts of ukraine have returned to their capital. is might be a war zone, but it doesn't have to feel like one, and that's the point. these people are out despite the occupation is difficult as it is, the residents of keeps a life goes on and had to flee to other county constant was to scary to stay in ukraine. but though i'm back and it's still a spooky every day when we have air res everson has changed,
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but we need to move forward and to me, ah, for the youth, the key, the rave parties downtown, go on though they now start at 5 p. m. in order to end in time for curfew, ah, amid the fog of war, the celebration, the defiant insistence on living, something like normal life continues. john henderson, al jazeera keith protestors and me and marcy, the military joint a must be held accountable for executing political activists. 3 weeks ago, the democratically elected former leader hangs on to g, remains and detention on corruption charges. she said to appear in court this week, tony ching reports another flash man protesting against the recent executions and streets of young gun and mars. biggest city. if caught
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a risk being jailed was the demonstrate to say the executions had made their opposition to military rule even stronger. and one day the general's will face justice. blow your mind. ang is gone, we should hold these boot or turn to leaders, and a military accountable for what they have done, no exception for anything. that's what people strongly believed now, for the families of the executed men, the anguish continues. these pro military protest as came to denounce german, you, known as co, jimmy outside his house. after his execution, his wife, seen with him in his family video, has fled the home. but she told l deserve from a hidden location, for the international community must do more than just condemning the execution. i would like to emphasize the importance of impact in diplomacy. not just talking about a topic in diplomacy, condemnation, and urging do not work,
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especially in the case of our country mamma. while there was much condemnation of the executions at a recent meeting of southeast asian foreign ministers, there was little talk of measures against mere mars military. others are taking a more proactive approach. i will chris gunner's new co jimmy when he was a student activist. and it worked with him after his release from prison. now he's trying to bring a criminal case against the gender in the turkish judicial system. so the gender can run, but they can't hide. there will be accountability against them just as there was against the war criminals in the balkans. it's what years and years from a loss of which and character managed to end up in the hey, but they did up and they did end up in the hague. we imap house accountability cases, criminal cases against the john to all around the world at the international court of justice in the hague man. mars already in the door. in late july, the court dismissed objections saying that a case brought by the gambia for genocide against the ringer,
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ethnic minority can proceed. although the trial may take years, the wheels of justice are in motion. tony chang al jazeera, rising inflation in sierra leone is pushing many families into extreme poverty and on to the streets. on wednesday, anti government protest turned violence, leading to the depths of $27.00 people, including 6 policemen. hammond address reports from free town. business is slowly picking up at 3 towns mean market. on wednesday, the country was rocked by the worst violence is the end of its been loving years civil war in response to the government announced a reduction in the price of petrol. the 3rd in less than a month. but for shop was like well yeah, my jello fuel wasn't the only issue. and the demonstrations did nothing to bring down the cost of food. just now i want to buy paper when i say it's 10000 units. i
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couldn't buy it because i lived the better like 3 days ago. it's 1000. i'm so these 10000. so i don't know what the problem people here say the price is especially of food aqua, higher than most people can afford. just 6 months ago. this couple prize was print to $0.01. now it's 50 percent more worth friends and buyers news as a result, making it harder for small traders like i wanted. i don't like to go on anybody. i've been sitting here since morning. no one came to buy. that means there is no money for me and the orphans in my care. the government says it's looking to stabilize prices in north goblins has set up an essential goes on services committee. i'm headed by the chief minister horse basic responsibility is to monitor all the bright note monitor availability, and the prices of various st. shall up commodities the constantly, the full baskets. but for the inflation isn't the only problem. people have to contend with transport and rent have also gone up with inflation exceeding 25
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percent set of unions may have to brace themselves for more price increases. it's not clear if the governments latest measures will be enough to prevent a repeat of the 6, violet protest. ahmed grease al jazeera, free town, saturday or or sorry, he's in poland and germany a trying to uncover what's behind the death of tons of fish in the odor river, which runs through the 2 countries. they suspect chemical contamination, but the substance hasn't been identified. mohammed val has more mysterious and unprecedented is how authorities have described what's happening here. since late july, tons of dead fish have been removed from the river order, which flows through poland and gemini google zia, that i have never seen that any college disaster before. that's probably the worst catastrophic in the history of our district. i don't think the order has been
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anything of the scale before. what's happening at the tragedy. the cause of the mass die off is unknown. german authorities say they found toxic chemical substances as well as high levels of mercury in water samples in poland. however, test results werent consistent. only trace amounts of the poisonous metal where detected, rammed up along the mom. and we are probably dealing with an influx of an external substance that must have polluted this river hour when i'm there, i'm not over the fish seemed to be drifting down river that they aren't from here. they've come from somewhere else and they have been dead for at least a day. by 1st, the volunteers and anglers had collected more than 11 tons of dead fish from a 200 kilometer stitch of 34 or dell. environmentalists have accused authorities of not responding quickly enough, but poland says it has issue with the health warnings, mr. for valuable advice residence inter staying in the vicinity of the river,
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not into the water, not the swimmer note, and not all the room. the doubt in europe has caused the rivers to received by our largest c. low water levels may have aggravated the contamination and with hot dry conditions expected to continue without our fears. more ecological disasters are likely. mohammed van al jazeera royal passengers and the u. k. her face major disruptions as train drivers go on strike. thousands of employees at 9 rail companies are calling for bit of pie and working conditions. harry force reports from central london, one of london's busiest stations, close the business to the unlucky if constant stream of would be travellers arriving at london, houston. the same story. confusion disappointment, a hasty remaking of plans. but a time when so many a struggling with a mounting cost of living, notably little condemnation of the striking rail workers. people cleaning and listening and working for me can afford it. so maybe this will help. it's a shame,
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but i think for the great good after a rail holiday through europe, shawn's frustration was with the ro companies as he had his friends struggled to get home to dublin. this was plans, you know, it wasn't, they didn't decide to not turn up to work today. so this absolutely could have been avoided, planned around alternatives offered or at the very least they could have di, listed the trains for today. thousands of red workers belonging to the as left union went on strike on saturday, leaving no services in some parts of the country. are greatly diminished elsewhere . it's the latest and fall from the last, in a summer of transport strikes long simmering disputes compounded by a cost of living crisis. what we now saying, there's many other groups and many other sectors saying across the whole is now we need to be increased against background of that. then the companies to sign a contract, the government apparently, whereby they caught up the ball than to say without the government sites,
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with passenger numbers and revenue still well short of pre panoramic levels, the rail delivery group which represents the train companies. so as any pay rises, will have to be paid for. it says unions need to agree to modernized working practices more incorporation of sundays into the regular working week, and high productivity from each driver's shift. but this is about more than just the rail industry strikes have taken place or a plan across numerous. second, the guns is worried that high wage awards could embed the inflation in hopes relent once the pressure from ukraine and from the pan demick saw that those precious the cause and household across the country will be still more disruption next week. another major rail union is calling for tens of thousands of workers to walk off the job on thursday and saturday, hurtful sit al jazeera london ah .


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