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presence in parts of southern and central somalia they also regularly attack targets in neighboring kenya after it sent troops to somalia as part of an african union peacekeeping force al-shabaab says it was behind tuesday's hotel attack in nairobi where four gunmen on a suicide bomber killed twenty one people five suspects appeared in court on friday in connection with the tuc police say all but one of the five gunmen who carried out the haka and something that is raising the threat of homegrown terrorism mohammed all the while jazeera nairobi still ahead here on al-jazeera democratic republic of congo's opposition leader calls for a nationwide protests of the top court declares his rival the winner. by the sky nine if. or off the coast of the italian riviera.
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howlers bit more winter rain to come in interior of china you think it's come from this strip of cloud here and you'll be largely right because left behind a bit of a pole so the rain is back in you nine higher ground of course is its own snow cooled down a bit in hong kong and nineteen degrees is the forecast max for monday shanghai a bit lower than that and come tuesday although the rains disappeared north not much else has changed but more sunshine temperatures in all the same lines this draw or slightly colder as helping to enhance the rain this recent the wrapped around the tropical depression into the central philippines there it is in the class so it's got warm it's coming in from the water around it took a bit of code tends to exaggerate the effect so it's already started raining and i think monday will be a particularly wet one through most of the philippine oncet to clean the middle then is a bit of a gap a lot of clouds mostly but the next darker green is this is just trying to catch
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singapore might miss it and the answer is seven borneo towards western side of java i think much of sumatra is that risk from showers as well as the general picture than for tuesday philippines violets are a little bit dry but the circulation still hinted at again in the middle so that could be worked forty eight hours two days was a heavy rain for you. the weather sponsored by cats are and always. appalled traits of one of the world's oldest cities seen through the eyes of those who know it best they see that they have to figure to feel. al-jazeera world goes on the road with palestinian taxi drivers living and working at the hot of one of the most hotly contested locations on a. jerusalem is a palestinian cabbies on al-jazeera.
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a reminder of. radium forces in syria syrian state news is reporting that hostile to. israel to the rocket in the golan heights. turkish president. says he's ready to take control of man but he spoke on the phone to president trump about the u.s. withdrawal from northern syria they agreed on the need for a negotiated settlement and joint. government planning a major offensive against. the coming days when it comes just a day off to the u.s. military said it. fifty two fighters. place
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enough interviews take us to prevent angry protesters from entering greece's parliament building tens of thousands of people rallied against a proposed name change deal with neighboring macedonia. as this report. it took only an hour of peaceful protest before a small group of demonstrators clashed with police decimating fireworks over the heads police responded with volleys of tear gas clearing crowds off the square in front of parliament but most of the thousands of demonstrators who would peaceful including families with young children many had traveled overnight from far flung corners of greece to oppose the government but last week survived a vote of confidence with a razor thin majority one hundred fifty one m.p.'s in the three hundred seat legislature that's majority is likely to pass the message on the name change deal by the end of the week i must have. to write out one hundred fifty times there.
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and it's. my gran. a force in macedonia we cannot allow it to be sold out we are losing our values some people of the shoeing a new order they want to access the sea through the port of cecille any truckie will be the next to go then will lose a chunk of greece to albania. greece is original position was that it would not allow a neighboring state to use the name of its northern region of macedonia a decade ago it agreed to allow use of that name along with an adjective and last year recognized north macedonia but that country has now ratified the deal and it is now greece's. but the agreement has angered many here because it allows the people of north macedonia to call themselves macedonians rather the north macedonians and recognizes their language as macedonian with the preface agreement
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. where the north macedonia. and at the same time we give their rights to the citizens of these states. is that what macedonia for their citizens he nationality if he gave the long words this is called identity. and we demoed wong's walford to one of the states of the area that i am one of the macedonian aid in. the agreement is a bitter pill for most greeks some have decided to swallow it but many have not these demonstrations have reverted to the original hard line position and they want prime minister alexis tsipras to declare a referendum is unlikely to take that route he knows the deal is unpopular but vows to push it through parliament with his one vote majority by the end of the jumps are open us algis or thousands riot police in sudan have fired tear gas to break up the latest protests against president security forces were deployed to
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a student demonstration in the capital khartoum rallies calling for the end of every mile bashir thirty year rule also held in. city of. rights groups say at least fifty people have been killed since protests began a month ago over the rising cost of bread the government says the number is much lower but. some young men wanted to express themselves in protest following but there were some infiltrators and separate sir's who took the opportunity to put their way they are the ones who are burning and destroying public property so they are the ones who are infiltrating these protests to kill demonstrators modelled has more now from khartoum more protests broke out today in khartoum and also in the city of on demand protesters have been planning to converge on the parliament and once again demand the government to step down and the president omar al bashir but soon they were dispersed by security personnel using heavy tear gas or other passive in demand in the forty third street where i was there heavy to gas how has
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been used and a cameraman working for has been as a freelancer has been apprehended and that's a part of a systematic kaka down on journalists particularly if they used t.v. cameras and t.v. cameras are not allowed in these protests since the beginning and today or so president omar bashir once again reiterated his accusation to certain elements who he said are infiltrated among protesters and he accused them of being the ones who killed the protester he said the bullet that has been used to kill dr bao because of the heat on thursday doesn't belong to any of the government a part of his and certainly it has been it belongs to those infiltrators he said some infiltrators who are pretended there is something he said they belong to the darfur rebel leader abdul wahid and that they have been sent particularly to do this type of things and to put blame on the government the head of the u.n.
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mission in mali is promising a swift and concerted response to the killing of eight u.n. peacekeepers who were attacked by gunmen near a village in northern mali their identity isn't known. stray shell fire in libya has killed a news cameraman who worked for another leading media organizations thirty five year old man who had been having for died on saturday while on assignment with a libyan militia fighting between rival militias in libya has killed and injured hundreds the african union has postponed a high level visit to the democratic republic of congo this comes as opposition leader martin challenges a final ruling from the top court declaring his rival felix educating the winner of the presidential election freedom miller has more now from kinshasa. the highest court in the democratic republic of congo announcing the next president felix. the. constitutional court judges dismissed an appeal by his rival martin for you
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who alleged widespread vote rigging on polling day last month. for you accused me of making a power sharing deal with the outgoing president joseph kabila both deny that by you lose refusing to accept the court's ruling and is urging everyone to reject. this i consider myself the only legitimate president of the democratic republic of congo i call on the congolese people not to recognize someone who would take on that role illegitimately nor to a by orders coming from him. well for you know call for peaceful protests the streets of the capital kinshasa appeared as they would on any other sunday calm and quiet. unlike the celebrate two scenes by security supporters that greeted the final ruling by the constitutional court. some of service say despite the allegations of vote rigging the promise of a new face of the presidency may be enough to allow for
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a smooth handover of power. and that it's both a victory and a loss for congo's opposition should understand our concerns joseph will wield power when he leaves office is behind. the way. we would rule. if you can't cut. a relationship with. her despite the allegations and denials of murky deals to get elected just a kid is due to be sworn in on tuesday there's been a mixed reaction from the international community the southern african development community has welcomed the results appealing for everyone to accept the court's ruling while the european and african union say that serious concerns about the final result what they have to say may be of little importance for many congolese
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who want to separating change from their new leader from either mello al-jazeera kinshasa zimbabwe's president. will skip the world economic forum and return home as the number of demonstrators killed by security forces continues to rise. least a dozen people have been killed during demonstrations over the doubling in fuel prices he said the arrest of more than six hundred people the government doubled fuel prices just over a week ago in an attempt to fix the currency crisis because nationwide fuel shortages. lebanon's president is our bleeders to make all efforts for syrian refugees to return home and she alone spoke at the economic summit in beirut he said lebanon is overwhelmed by syrian and palestinian refugees who make up about half the population the summit has been overshadowed by a rift over whether syria should be reinstated into the arab league causes them into shape to mean been hunted ultimately and mauritania as president mohamad
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allude. where the only heads of state to attend the meeting while the arab league has many thriving economies there are some that are struggling in yemen three years of conflict has resulted in a famine affecting millions of people the currency is collapsing and oil and gas production has been severely disrupted in sudan there have been there has been a month of nationwide protests over the rising cost of living fuel and bread prices have jumped in on the islands of camorra us off the east coast of mozambique nearly eighteen percent of the population lives below the international poverty line many are surviving on less than two u.s. dollars a day said huldah is in bericht. the low level of representation is being described as unprecedented in arab league gatherings even though this this is an economic summit that has a lower profile than the annual arab league summit its previous economic summits attracted numerous heads of state and number of heads of state made last minute
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cancellation saying that they will stay away from this meeting and it was interpreted here in lebanon as an arab diplomatic snob as a message to lebanon because they consider lebanon to be part of the so-called iran axis the iranian backed hezbollah and its allies they hold power in lebanon they are allied with the syrian government and they wanted to use this summit as an opportunity to reinstate syria's membership in the arab league they were pushing for this and there is still no arab consensus to return syria and to the arab cold syria's membership we have to remember was suspended back in two thousand and eleven because of its violent crackdown on anti-government protesters so two heads of state attending one of them the qatari and we are lebanon attaching a lot of importance to his presence because qatar is a country under blockade that saudi arabia and its allies impose the siege on qatar so the lebanese media is really describing his decision his last minute decision to
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attempt as qatar trying to break this to impose on lebanon lebanon expected to come under more pressure the arab countries who say the way of course our ally to the united states and the united states a strategy in the arab world is to exert pressure on iran and try to contain its influence in the arab world. rallied calling for the release of an iranian state television unquote when he's been jailed in the united states american born he was detained in st louis eight days ago as a material witness in an undisclosed investigation fifty nine year old has not been charged with any crime. detention is against international human rights moves u.s. government officials expect to release of the she gives testimony before a grand jury. in colombia the president even took a has joined demonstrators to condemn a car bomb that killed twenty one people thursday's attack at a police academy in bogota was the worst in fifteen years government leaders blame
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colombia's last remaining rebel group. for generations people in taiwan who feeling so well have avoided going to a doctor and have visited a traditional chinese medicine shop instead for thousands of shops have shut down in the past twenty years but you know parents or young explains why. leave chilling dispenses traditional chinese medicine from this herbal store in taiwan natural medicine shops like this one have been used for generations as an alternative to visiting a doctor but the industry that depends on curing illnesses is dying taiwan's government hasn't issued a new operating license for twenty years. although he's a just. this profession in taiwan is on the decline it's become a so-called sunset industry older people have slowly left and younger ones don't have a license it's all very uncertain the license shortage started in the one nine hundred
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ninety s. as the government trying to regulate traditional medicine shops government leaders feared combining western and eastern medicine could lead to unforeseen medical emergencies it was hoped train professionals would take jobs in traditional shops but that didn't happen well pay a limited benefits failed to attract young doctors and now more and more shops are closing down. good shrink who knows her dispensary will only remain open while her ailing father in law is alive when he goes so will his operating license be done. but then the chinese medicine shops are forced to close because the second generation cannot legally carry the operating license our livelihood will be in jeopardy but more importantly it will be the end of a taiwanese tradition and cultural icon that it will be a thing of the past it will be difficult for them to emerge again an estimated two hundred taiwanese natural medicine stores shut down every year the total has been
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cut in half to about eight thousand in the last twenty years taiwan's approach is a stark contrast to china and hong kong where there has been a push to promote an export traditional medicine mounting concern and anger has led to protests in the capital taipei now the government says it's trying to find a solution with industry leaders but shop owners fear it may be too late and employees such as lead channeling worry that it's not only her livelihood at stake but also a tradition that's part of taiwan's culture katia locus of the young al-jazeera. so you are what yards are these are the top stories the israeli military says it's carrying out strikes on iranian forces in syria video posted to social media of calls to show missiles intercepted near damascus on sunday israel said it shot down
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a rocket fired at the golan heights from syria are of course it is more now from a lot in southern israel. the immediate background to this is what took place during the course of sunday there were first israeli strikes reported at least in the syrian media on in and around damascus syrian media saying that the syrian air defenses had successfully. struck targets coming in towards syrian territory and then later there was a use of the israeli iron anti missile system over the israeli occupied golan heights turkish president reza when says he's ready to take over control of man which he spoke on the phone to president trump about the u.s. withdrawal from northern syria they agreed on the need for a negotiated settlement and joint steps against deisel. somalia's government says
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it's planning a major offensive against the armed group al-shabaab in the coming days if that's when it comes just a day after the u.s. military said it carried out an airstrike killing fifty two al shabaab fighters it was launched after the group attacked a somali army base police in sudan have fired tear gas to break up the latest protest against the president security forces were deployed in khartoum and rights groups say at least fifty people have been killed since protests began a month ago over the rising cost of bread the government says the number is much lower fighters linked to al qaeda say they carried out an attack on u.n. peacekeepers in mali the group says it was a response to a visit by the israeli prime minister at least ten peacekeepers from chad were killed and at least twenty five injured on sunday police have stopped protesters from entering greece's parliament building is tens of thousands rallied in athens they're angry about a proposed name change deal with neighboring macedonia. yep
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state headlines here on our jury got more news coming right up after inside story. deadly protests in sudan and unrest that's gathering momentum and more demands for the president to quit but omar al bashir has ruled for thirty years and remains defiant so can the protesters succeed in the international pressure make a difference this is inside story.
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to the program i'm richelle carey they are the longest and decades and the most significant in sudan's recent history nationwide protests have been taking place almost every day for a month that were prompted by a rise in bread and fuel prices that the demonstrators quickly turned their attention to other issues and called to overthrow the president omar al bashir is response has been a crackdown by security forces dozens of people have been killed and hundreds arrested in recent weeks has the latest from khartoum. it's been over a month now since these protests started here in sudan of the beginning there were a way to show popular anger against rising prices inflation and scarcity of some commodities but then they saw in developed into the months for the government of omar bashir to step down and this is the longest wave of protests against the sudanese government since the independence of this country dozens of people have
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been killed the government statistics talk about twenty four people killed activists talk about fifty people killed during these protests and there is a claim and counterclaim to who killed these protesters just a while ago today president omar bashir gave a speech in the state of south of khartoum and he said that these protesters have not been killed by any of the state a process he accused protesters of having an element infiltrated within them who shoot other protesters in order to blame the government that's a serious accusation according to some of service here and this discussion about who kills a protest as has been going on for some time now so here's how we got to this situation the protests began against rising prices but widened to question president omar al bashir rule they began at a bar and that quickly spread to other cities including the capital khartoum the
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government declared a state of emergency in curfews and some towns and it's also restricted internet access police shows tear gas baton some reportedly live bullets to disperse the crowds sure call the protesters traitors and said they were being influenced by foreign powers who want to destabilize the country as economic policies have been denounced by protesters who accuse the government of corruption. let's bring in our guests now here in doha adela and a professor of politics at the institute for graduate studies and in boston via skype is alex of all research professor and executive director of the world peace foundation a tough university's fletcher school of law and diplomacy and thank you both for joining me i am going to start with you there have been protests obviously and sudan before does it fail or same different this time yes it's quite different actually for to start with this has been going on for more than
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a month in the past any protests had brought the government down within a week maximum eleven days so the continuation. is interesting in the sense of also widespread started from. still going on in khartoum and also start to. looks in some ways like the last days of the one nine hundred to five protests in that they were spread in various areas of the capital not just the center. so. the popular feeling seems to be very strong and. and the bar is it in the can three is also months much higher. allan cetera characterization of the protests this time compared to other times and sudan where i completely agree we have the ability to end that there is an extraordinary strong societal consensus that it is time for change and the current
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government in which is increasingly a really minority clique has to go however i think this one thing that really is very different today from in the past which is in the past in the previous popular uprisings nine hundred sixty four and one thousand nine hundred five the army was a cohesive institution with some independence and autonomy and the high command of the army could take the decision to stand with the people against the regime to any the army is is fragmented. president bashir has has a suit intimate knowledge of the officer corps which is very much been shaped by him in his own image and we also have the national intelligence and security services as a rival power which we have as a comparable level of capacity in foreign power and so the senior officers will be
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less suspicious of one another as they are fearful of the government will potentially embracing change and i think therefore it's much more difficult for the the security establishment to switch sides and pull out reason and i think president bashir still has a constant playing ok in the median age for for someone inside and the median age there is is night night yes that's nineteen so a lot of the people that are protesting this is all they have ever known adel why has this been the tipping point for them yes i think the to start with they went to the figure. alex. i literally like the bagel right ahead. rex i think the the army is still cohesive i mean that whatever has happened the army has a core army there is
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a culture of the army i think. they are all what they're there fear is double fear first of all. they they're afraid from that the media many militias and security forces and and and they they don't want to jump in and create a civil war so they are studying their moves. carefully. secondly there is a worry among them with this record that if they if they make a call and take over power. sudan is in the same situation as it is now economic at the. caring and isolated they will be in the same position of the current government they wouldn't be able to feed the people there wouldn't be able to do much so they they would like some some supporter of our side on this
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but if you yes if you go to your question yes. they use the movement interestingly there's quite a large number of among the people arrested themselves the children of people who are in the regime including in the army and the party so it is a there is a feeling that this government has lost touch with the people i think this is very clear. president bashir was speaking today although he was speaking in a rally in the in the white nile province he was nobody has. speech doesn't resonate with anyone he's speaking about it will be the people who are killing that the ministration will be a vision of the government or the military or the police but he is not saying that
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who is then frary in the government itself has been the security forces have been even entering a norms of people arresting people from inside their homes just this morning they have. for tear gas inside the college so there is a problem does the government want to talk to the people or does want to fire what is at the people they are not making up their mind actual let me put that question to alex alex has there been any type of inkling at all from the president that he actually is concerned about what the people are upset about or does it seem that his sole focus is keeping power. i don't think this i completely agree route with up to argo this is really not the slightest inkling of any sensitivity to the major concerns of the population a few. minor concessions or hints of concessions in terms of economic policy in
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them subsidies and so on but people in sudan are completely fed up of this and it's clear that. from the great majority of the population this is the only government they've known him so that the same faces in government are not the top of government over the last thirty years it's only people who are fifty years old who have ever had the chance to vote in a free and fair election in and sit on the last such election was nine hundred ninety six and so the kinds of change that people are demanding are going to change that it completely off the radar for this rather small increasingly isolated ruling clique that is that is completely insensitive to run to the demands of the people but i'd like to pick up part if i may on one point that. what happened may which is the international science service because there has really not been any serious
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signal from the regional or at least that's the african union the arab league the go coordination council or from the major powers in in europe in a bubble united states everyone has been pretty much silent about what they would like to see in sudan and i think if i get this real quick you're you're bringing up a point that i just want to add to what you're saying i want you to finish your thoughts but nicholas kristoff wrote in the new york times he says and that the united states has joined statements with britain norway and canada calling on bashir to release detainees and recognize the right a peaceful assembly but there said they a much sterner warning to all security forces that they will be hell personally accountable for. atrocities it does to your point it does seem that there has not been a lot of attention from the international community why. i think that the main reason it is. attention is also for hope a very obvious reason and also there's
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a sheer of what might happen next there's a fear that there could be something worse than that than bashir and that is take for example what is happening in south sudan one way we have a very tragic peace agreement and the architect peace agreement is only rubbish. he has actually been the one that has this is it helps construct this very intricate arrangement this share out of power and reward among the south sudanese factions and so many in the international community they would rather have the devil they know with all the short come then the devil they don't know i'm sharing what has happened with the overthrow of all or three tearing regimes from the arab spring in the air in yemen and so on. ok so if you did touch on something that like to get your your thoughts on alex's talking about how omar i'm. sure has manipulated
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a lot of what happens in south sudan he has been accused of basically exploiting an ethnic and racial differences between people how is that contributed to the state of things now. yes i think just before that about the international position that is an interesting convergence of stances in the region for example the coalition the so the coalition which is fighting the war in yemen its support of bashir for two different reasons first they sent an army to help them in yemen and second i think together with egypt are very worried about any revolution succeeded i think the whole society you know of the gulf states especially the anti cult of correlation is that they don't want any democratic uprising anymore that they feel that if they succeed that's what we have to lead to their own stability so they
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don't want any democratic uprising to succeed and so they are supporting obviously but even the other side that also say they seem to see. more favorable to. them than the us. about the racial differences yes the government has actually its right. from the very beginning and they did that in the two thousand and thirteen uprising which was suppress quickly by trying to. suggest that this is not a genuine popular uprising but maybe. from the people especially from darfur so they arrested some group of that foreign students and i think torture them into admitting that they were militarized for the words of the war had nur in darfur and
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they were planning to do some assassinations i think like that however this back for a very badly on that actually one of the slogans now is to say that we are all that for years so that one of the slogans is saying that us is not all from that for so it actually did the opposite of what they were hoping to create fear of of other people or divide the people so i think the government at this moment i am very bad shape because the momentum of the uprising seems to have picked up and it seems to be very productive young people old people people for of all the raytheon of the said data many of the key of the of the rulers themselves alex i mean obviously. south sudan you know left and was created that was a chunk of oil revenue obvious iraq but but what has has there ever been
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a plan. for the economy of sudan how this how did this inflation how did it get this bad was it is it incompetence or or is it corruption it's corruption i mean in any way this system that has developed over the last thirty years is a city system we don't see and what has happened is that in order to. gain power president bashir and the cheek around him how he used the resources of the nation not just to enrich themselves but to set up a nationwide system of client which they are paying off people and then what that means is that when there is some sort of economic boom now there is the lifting of some u.s. sanctions there is the peace agreement with south sudan that means that some additional revenues will come because of more oil flowing when there is
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a deal with the saudis for payment for those troops that have dispatched to saudi arabia to yemen to fight on behalf of the saudis the majority of the economic benefits of that upturn goes into the pockets of the ruling elites only from the ordinary people simply don't see it and and the only way in which the only strategy that president bashir and his couple have been maintaining power is using that patronage using that money and people are i think very very well aware of and they're well aware of the type of change that that needs to call and i think one of the remarkable and exemplary things about this uprising which is now going on the law in a month is that it is known by the only way in which carrot ariens which dictators have been overthrown in sudan and elsewhere in iraq well has been through
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this kind of uprising they are not overthrown through insurgency through through civil war they are over thirteen through their civil uprising and this seems to be the fundamental lesson of the demonstrators of london town lines and it's something that the new sudanese government is unable to cope with because if they as they move to escalate the violence the more they will be discredited and i still liked and. and the regime really is acting too cool where the only option really president bashir is to negotiate some form of graceful exit so he has really no other options before end of double hog do you think it do you see that is actually a possibility it's only for the couple is do you think that the protests will continue in do you agree with alex that at some point the protesters might actually get their way and the president may have to leave yes i think the problem is
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though that. the more. this protest escalate the more the government rightly pointed out will have to engage into mass at rest is again the people and if if that's happens i think they will the international community might have might be forced to react. so at the moment they have managed to keep. the casualties manageable i mean in september two thousand and thirteen they killed two hundred people in about three four days in this small area of khartoum now up to now i think after one month they have only the cards what is that about forty. so they are playing the game of not into going izing the international community at the moment and managing to dispose of them the situations because the usually small demonstrations
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spread around the area but it's clear that the feeling in the country as a whole is completely irreversible in the sense that they don't want any compromise with the government if stays as if it is so if you think the president thinks that he can just wait this out yes i think some of the people from what i know in the government and security are saying that yes we can they can manage this and actually they say this might be good to mobilize their supporters who have been a little bit late and if they also they want to create a polarized but i think they are mistaken in this at the moment. they seem to be white public opinion including within their own i think ranks and at some point they can to me also gets worse because now there's trouble just
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a lot and. the streets are also. business are not working universes are closed so this situation is unsustainable for for for the long term of course he has been to syria recently and so he might have some you might have some tips from there about how to destroy your country. alex if not omar al bashir then who. there is no clear leader. in matching head and shows about the others but what do you what is quite striking i think is that a number of those who are being prominent in the islamist movement most of them to really have a quote presidential advisor leading islamist salaheddine are now aligned with the opposition and so i think what that is is it is the possibility of a very broad coalition government of national unity that in but actually brings
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into government not only those who are in the better in opposition who opposed the shift all easier but many of his former allies. as well as added and then bringing in most importantly the white iraq a. young people who are on the streets there is time for a real generational change in the leadership of what would that happen without and without the international pressure involved that we were talking about i think it would require some call of international mediated engagement and one of the reasons for that of course is that president bashir is reluctant to step down without some guarantees that he himself will not be handed over to the international criminal court to face prosecution and also some of those who are very close to him similarly will will face that risk and this is perhaps the one
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concession that the that the opposition really ought to be contemplating making because. he president bashir and some of his close followers really are in a corner on that issue which and compromise on that may be the price that they will have to consider to concede in order to have a number of transition to talk to checks inclusive and democratic. ok well i guess we'll have to see am how the rest of these and of these protests play out the final word then i guess or be for you adele bob do you think that if we check back in ana in a couple of weeks things will be different. i hope so and i think you. pointed to the international community's rule i think it's better for international community and swisher african union to move in and before it becomes too late
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because at the moment is a window for both unity where there is a stalemate between the government of the position and so some some international actor made jump in and say let's look at this little look at least where looters have a transitional government let us have an easing out of bashir. getting teased and and some change which will then. prevent the worst which is massacre so i think the international community to your due waits until it's too late after the disaster has struck and then the community issues were more costly and also less effective if i move in through actually you could get somewhere and set a window for opportunity we will have to say gentlemen thank you very much for the conversation i appreciate abdel wahab elephant he and alex of all thank you very much and thank you for watching you can see the program again any time if you visit
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a hamas script that calls for the annihilation of israel but that is not what that phrase means at all he joined the listening post as we turned the cameras on the media and focused on how they were caught on the stories that matter the most impact is a free palestine a listening post on al-jazeera. the latest news as it breaks the difference is that embossed bottles ossified this that authentic in the ritz with the this time go for it's with this new album up with details coverage while has already said that he's ready to take over as interim precedent and call for you elections. from around the world volunteers are doing what they can that's not the point behind the government's decision to criminalize homelessness it hundred. russian filmmaker under a necker soft continues his journey across his homeland to discover what life was like under putin during his travels he meets christians and muslims patriots and
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separatists i told the locals in the southeast world our side when i arrive i don't do something completely different some long to leave putin's russia but for others the russian passport means hope and the challenge of happens in search of putin's russia on al-jazeera. i really felt liberated as a journalist was just getting to the truth as i would that's what this job. i don't i'm a clock and the top stories here on al-jazeera the israeli military says it's carrying out strikes on iranian forces in syria video posted to social media purports to show missiles intercepted near damascus on sunday israel said it shot down a rocket fired at the golan heights from syria have
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a force it has more now from a lot in southern israel the immediate background to this is what took place during the course of sunday there were first israeli strikes reported at least in the syrian media on in and around damascus syrian media saying that the syrian air defenses had successfully. struck targets coming in towards syrian territory and then later there was a use of the israeli ion anti missile system over the israeli occupied golan heights turkish president reza type one says he's ready to take over control of man bridge he spoke on the phone to president trump about the u.s. withdrawal from north northern syria they agreed on the need for a negotiated settlement and joint steps against eisel and some of the reports now from gaza ends up on the turkish syrian border. this phone call is essentially
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a continuation of the strategy between these two countries to try and bridge the divide which has been created the united states decided to pull out its troops and the us president's. words that were welcomed by turkey since then the us president and the turkish president have number of conversations they have also decided that they will be carrying out going to operations against i so this is also a part of the agreement because it was with agreed upon by the two sides earlier they want to carry out joint patrols they want to carry out. these attacks against i still on the turkish side of the border because on the other syrian side deeper into the syrian territory the united states is operating with kurdish fighters the right b.g. which turkey considers a terrorist organization this area more than syria is a bone of contention between the two countries because the turkish troops want to take charge of that area and the kurdish fighters were backed by the united states do not want to give. a fight just to the government rather and these fighters have
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been inching towards the government in case of back you which is created when u.s. forces pull out something which is a result that neither the united states want this is a conversation between these two presidents where the turkish president shortly united states president that his going to be ready to take over security control and he described the recent attack one of the deadliest on u.s. forces there or americans are willing to u.s. military servicemen were killed as a provocation and an attempt to derail the u.s. pullout from the area somalia's government says it's climbing a major offensive against the group in the coming days the announcement comes just after the u.s. military said it carried out an asteroid killing fifty five says it was launched after the group to talk to somali army base. police in sudan have fired to gas to break up the latest protest against the president's security forces were deployed
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in khartoum and money rights groups say at least fifty people have been killed since protests began a month ago over the rising cost of bread the government says the number is much lower but. some young men wanted to express themselves in protests but there were some infiltrators and separate says he took the opportunity to put their way they are the ones who have burning and destroying public properties they are the ones who infiltrated these protests to kill demonstrators fight is going to al-qaeda say they carried out an attack on u.n. peacekeepers in mali at least ten peacekeepers from chad were killed and twenty five injured on sunday police have stopped protesters from entering greece's parliament building is tens of thousands rallied in athens that angry about a proposed name change deal with neighboring macedonia stray shell fire in libya has killed a news cameraman who worked for al-jazeera and other leading media organizations
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thirty five year old mohammed bin khalifa died on saturday while on assignment with libyan militia that lines out zero wealth coming right up.
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