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carcinogen. conservation ease helping to recover its snow leopard population to see the results i traveled up to the remote nature reserve of saudi chat at
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a touch camera traps have identified a healthy population of up to twenty snow leopards as the technology improves we're finding all these ways in which our guesses are are getting corrected the latest evidence suggests there are more cats than previously acknowledged but the snow leopard trust believes it's premature to downgrade the cats on the international least of threatened species. kristin sleep is if you have a whole week as you have to have no one left to do you have to have to feed them and we just have to have calm. we wanted to produce them if that's. how you know they're going to get nothing that you can't sleep with oh no look i jumped from the truck. all of the things they wanted eighteen on al-jazeera.
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kale some killings in the heart of somalia's capital after a fierce gun battle with al-shabaab fighters. hello i'm daryn jordan this is out there live from doha also coming up the rebels of that odd give up their fight there's a new column in the jordanian border a syrian forces take control. mud floods and a mass evacuation more than one point six million people are ordered out of their homes in western japan as officials talk of historic rainfall plus. on the richardson at the world cup in russia west. just the fifth time in history. cost in the semifinals.
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a key government compound in the somali capital has been rocked by a bomb blast on a gun battle in the past hour security forces are reported to have regained control a car bomb exploded outside the ministry of the interior the gunman from the al shabaab group then shot several people outside the building before heading inside a battle that ensued several people are reported to have been killed while journalist moda here joins us now from mogadishu most of us bring us up to date on the gun battle and what's been happening on the ground. and i'm not the only live in the local car and in mogadishu. that ministry of interior. and al-shabaab members again she asked about nima gained access to the media. to to the people who are going live. to apply what we know to speak and did the computer. also we've been able to confront. that
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by. have been speaking to me but being able to get to and sort of which one people . and know what about the security situation in mogadishu things had been quiet for a while. on the beach has been quiet for a while due to inter milan p.d. and. basically the nice court we trust been by the office of the prime minister and been able to quit for good books the last look at these two different sections. different sections and i need to take you to a decent. i'm not seems to have a lot. but the taken off the region wide bunched up into the neighborhood scene. at issue today. mo diagram of an issue thank you michael. zimbabwe's president. trailed two weeks after surviving
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a grenade attack two people were killed and several others injured when the grenade was thrown at them as he left the political rally. president says nothing will stop the election at the end of this month security is being step ahead of the vote. in that. zimbabwe's northeast. earlier this week that it was going to increase security for the president and at this rally we've seen a lot more soldiers people are lining up to get inside the stadium when they get to be and when they are. by the police but they are just standing nearby keeping an eye on. the stage where the president is a bit further away from the people that's also a new development there twenty presidential candidates competing in this election and they've all been told that if any of them feel they have campaigning they are allowed to ask for security now the run up to the election which is on thirtieth of july had been going to. the explosion. of the president rally and the opposition
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leaders are complaining about the electoral process the thing that on the. name today more than one thing. that don't exist and then the issue of the ballot paper opposition leaders say they have been loud to get close enough to see the ballot paper they concerned about that the design of it and also the storage of away with the papers to be stored and what kind of security will be provided. also urge the government to allow opposition parties to have access to the ballot paper and the main opposition to the nelson is really not to participate in the elections if you get the vote and the ballot paper printing on to just syria's government has retaken control of a key border crossing with jordan in the southern province of that after a cease fire deal with rebels the agreement ends more than two weeks of fighting which for three hundred thirty thousand people to flee. many toward the israeli occupied golan heights on the border with jordan well under the russian brokered
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deal the rebels will give up their heavy weapons while government forces will leave for villages in the province the russian military will oversee security ben and smith has more from the jordanian side of the border crossing on sunday russia's defense ministry confirmed the terms on which opposition fighters would hand over their weapons and be given safe passage to the north of syria and russia's involvement is significant and important particularly for the jordanians it's the jordanians who are expecting the russians to supervise security on the syrian side of the border the jordanians particularly concerned on have made it clear they do not want the involvement of any iranian backed hezbollah or shia militias on the syrian side of the border near jordan those hezbollah has been involved in the fight to retake data jordan does not want them to be establishing a presence on this border russia security concerns to the lay those fears of jordan and the russians also expected to keep an eye on syrian security forces and make
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sure there are no reprisal attacks on displaced people who fled the fighting in dara province jordan wants those displaced people to go back home they need to feel safe and secure that they can go back home and again the jordanians will expect and hope that the russian police military police patrolling along the border will lay any fears that those displaced people might have the world's chemical weapons watchdog has found evidence that chlorine gas was used in an attack in syria earlier this year a preliminary report by the o.p.c. w. says various chlorinated chemicals were found at the site dozens of people were killed in the attack on duma which is under rebel control at the time yes our government has denied carrying out any chemical weapons attacks. three people including a teenage girl have been killed after security forces in indian administered kashmir opened fire on protesters five others were critically wounded the region is
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preparing to mark the second anniversary of the death of a prominent rebel leader internet access administrated checkpoints put in place in the wake of the demonstrations in the cold area. at least thirty eight people are dead and dozens are missing in japan after what's being called historic rainfall triggered floods and landslides more than one point six million people have been ordered to leave their homes with the worst flooding recorded from the city of kyoto to japan's southern china balance reports. across half a nation a sea of muddy water flooding has rich japan and who with central and southern regions largely submerged. the death toll has steadily climbed an elderly man was swept into a swollen river in harish homes have collapsed and landslides have buried at least ten people east to west from kioto south dozens of people are missing the night
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out and. i offer my deepest condolences to the victims and my sympathies to all people who have been affected. in central and southern regions one point six million people have been handed evacuation orders another three million have been advised to leave the heavy rain is forecast into monday. heavy rain will continue in the area from western to eastern japan and it will be historic torrential rainfall which could be the heaviest rain ever recorded nearly fifty thousand police firefighters and civil defense personnel have been deployed kyoto's riverside pramod not a major tourist spot was shot when the come a river burst its banks roads and bridges a shut for hundreds of kilometers warnings have been issued for landslide.


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