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the turkey will simply implementing the ad lib model through out in northern syria and be able to pick control of the kurdish areas is not exactly acceptable to the united states or to russia because they don't see the utility if it is going to be the model for the rest of the. northern part of the syrian and that's why i think what putin wanted probably is for the turks to give up an ad lib and to lit the syrian regime take care or take control of it live and other parts of another syria instead of being under the control of the turks and this machine is it taking place in the context of the u.s. and announcing its troop withdrawal from syria which is now saying perhaps less abrupt than we originally was in your original suggested what does is that is that the the main focus for what they may do next and then is that why they're having this meeting in poland well certainly the idea that the turks and the russians feel
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that they are the ones who could and must fill the void left by the united states in three or four months after it leaves syria of course the united states insists that it will remain engaged diplomatically strategically and so on so forth regarding syria but certainly it has left the kurds its our allies exposed new many of them especially the organized fighting groups are considered by the turks to be terrorist organizations or terrorist organizations and they're going to be eventually targeted by the turks i think is we're almost now in the process of a war of attrition by the turks against those turkish against those kurdish groups just like there are a russian syrian regime war of attrition against the opposition and that there's groups in the north mon cher thank you very much indeed. still to come on out there
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zimbabwe's president and this woman i got to i promise is action in response to a security crackdown on anti-government protesters. and we meet at ranger refereeing the refugees who've been forced to leave india after being harassed targeted. by was still got plenty of unsettled weather across central parts of europe the cloud still rolling away here thunderstorms banging away just around italy greece the balkans pushing up towards rumania that we will snow in the forecast for us northern parts of the region here cold enough temperatures in moscow no higher than russia winds if they'd celsius come down back into the med this is where we got the really lively weather lots of wet weather lots of windy weather as well rough seas
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fourteen celsius there for athens fourteen degrees but more sunshine for madrid well more pleasant if you push further north and it's still pretty cold six celsius there for london three degrees in paris go on and see where friday the great sights on those temperatures little more clouds started to push his way and should just as those temps is up as we go on into the weekend but no grace on any improvements and so you know a great sign of an improvement elsewhere still the weather continues into the central med more heavy rain big downpours possible to see some localized flooding into greece pushing up to the western side of turkey and snow more snow continuing there into eastern areas of europe could see some snow too across the far north of algeria just twelve cells just for algiers in the cloud and the rain that wet weather starts to ease as we go through friday. where there is water there is life but finding it on australia's arid deserts is
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a skilled few still possess they took us to raise a small wet spot in the snow in the desert and this was this is a very important place that i've been telling us about for the last five days the training. and one is against all odds an ageing population is passing on its knowledge the rainmakers of the outback on an. entertainer money the top stories here on jazeera but as well as opposition leader one by door has swung himself in as interim president following another day of nationwide protests for and against. u.s.
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president donald trump says his government will recognize as venezuela's new leader . and the turkish and russian president have wrapped up talks in moscow on the situation in syria that amir putin welcomed the u.s. troop withdrawal and much of the one who says his country will deal with any groups that may fill the void created when american troops leave. sudan says it will accept assistance including fuel and wheat from the u.a.e. russia and turkey as anti-government protests continue across the country announcement was made us president omar bashir but catches a mere shake to me funny in doha the emir said he supports saddam's unity and stability a shares facing almost daily demonstrations calling for an end to his thirty year rule there is that this report from the office of his emir in doha. this is the first foreign trip to be made by president obama bashir since those protests that have erupted in his country escalated over the past few weeks the
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fact that he chose to visit qatar is telling and what to him have a strong history between them. sponsored and host of the darfur peace talks for example it's invested or made billions of dollars worth of investments over the years and often there has been an alignment between qataris vision for the region when it comes to significant issues like for example palestine and that's of sudan as well speaking charges there are the sudanese foreign minister said that this was or he described the meeting between president bashir and sure i mean been from a as a brotherly meeting he said that they would discuss regional issues and that the protests in sudan were too small of a topic to be the focus of these bilateral discussions having said that however they are significance protests they are the longest protests that have taken place since she came to power roughly thirty years ago we are talking about more than
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forty people killed widespread condemnation from around the world as to how the security services and the sudanese governments have treated those protesters but information as far as a mother but she was concerned he wants to show that he is still very much a statesman still very much in control and he has no issue leaving the country to visit other world leaders assured he believes to come back with still in power so a significant trip in the sense that there is a lot to discuss between these two governments but tightlipped both sides have been with regards to revealing as to what they've agreed on if there's been any deals and how to move forward morgan is monitoring the situation in the sudanese capital cantin. people in sudan are saying they will not stop demonstrating against president bashir until he actually steps down again that is something he has repeatedly said that he will not do until elections come in twenty twenty and even then there is a chance he might run again there's already
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a proposed change that is stable in front of the parliament to try to amend the constitution for their base here could run for another term but people are saying they don't want him to continue running for be on the thirty years that he's already been in power they say that during his term in office the country has been ruled with corruption and that the economy has been in a downward spiral now the protest started on the nineteenth of december because of lack of bread in the city of ottawa but that quickly morphed into calls for the president to step down the rights groups say at least forty people have been killed but the government is disputing that figure they say the people who have been killed so far is at least twenty seven there are also concerns about activists being arrested in the protests the government has said that they've arrested eight hundred and sixteen people last week but then people are saying that opposition groups and other activists are saying that the number could be as high as over a thousand people many of them with their whereabouts unknown and their health conditions also unknown people are saying they will not continue they will not stop demonstrating there are more protests planned in the coming days tomorrow is that there is a nationwide protest called by the sudanese professional association which has been
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spearheading the calls for the president to step down now and people are saying that they're very determined they're very keen to see their president step down it's not clear how far this would go but both sides are very determined president is determined to stay in power and people determined to see him go. zimbabwe's president. has promised action in response to a crackdown by security forces on anti-government protesters but opposition leaders say demonstrators are still being ripped from ised area which also has more from the capital harare. shop owners says the damage after last week's violence when the price of fuel more than doubled overnight in zimbabwe people demonstrated many didn't believe the president the managua who said the increase in months of shortages some businesses were looted during the violence . the damage done now is i can tell at the moment it was worse to coklat but what i can tell you are probably we where did you dress in terms of for equipment just
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says it was taken away from the computers to those does if a machine is also taken away. is human rights commission a government appointed human rights a key security forces of systematic torture noise an activist say a dozen people have been killed scores more worried and every segment of the opposition leader say people are still being targeted by security forces they also say others are in hiding fearing for their lives right now on the streets people are not in happiness people are not in peace there is a lot of ten hour displacement of persons people are being dragged out of their homes being people being beaten brutalized terrorized their terror and fear all over and citizens are not in peace again having ammunition live ammunition against ordinary citizens that is unacceptable and that goes against the tenets of democracy. the president has promised to investigate the crackdown by security
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forces but civilians have also been warned when and where you have had cases of lawlessness necessarily you will have the guilty ones will try and keep it away from the reach of the law except it doesn't break serve them i think it is in their interest to make sure that they present themselves to the law enforcement agency defend themselves and in the fullness of time to establish whether or not they have a case to answer and this is precisely how we agree if you have done something wrong certainly you do have something to worry about we will not tell him that we so if last we can happen in this country never again the crisis has raised fears that the barber is reverting to the authoritarian style rule of robert mccarthy who was forced from power by the ministry more than a year ago and that's making business honest and investors nervous. that. afghanistan's intelligence service says the taliban commander responsible for a deadly attack on one of its bases has been killed. on monday taliban fighters
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killed dozens of afghan security personnel when they stormed a training base in wardak province the national directorate of security says the taliban commander who led the attack died in an airstrike on tuesday the taliban denies he was killed. thailand's king has issued a royal decree endorsing the first general election since a twenty fourteen military coup and elections will be held on march the twenty fourth voting has been delayed several times by the military which is clamp down on dissent and free speech scott hardly reports from bangkok. protests on the streets of bangkok calling for elections picked up over the last several months as frustration mounted. after repeated postponements the date for time a general election was finally announced march twenty fourth. that. should be. true everyone can. that is the main reason why.
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that day was five times dates were set and then postponed by the military government this is spending the last five years. in the years after the two thousand and fourteen military coup overthrowing the democratically elected government of. the military leaders have imposed strict laws over political gatherings and muzzle dissent the government also rewrote the constitution so a military backed assembly will have the power to appoint the upper house regardless of the outcome of the election it is highly likely that the next prime minister will be the current prime minister mispriced. and so there won't actually be a change in regime but there will be opposition voices in parliament which will be a step in the right direction the process for the election began months before the date was set new and existing parties have registered. there's a new party supporting the government. out of the former army chief and prime
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minister since the coup. has hinted at a run to keep his job but has yet to confirm but the party of the show up political dynasty has won every democratic election in thailand since two thousand and one it's widely supported in rural areas and is expected to continue with its winning history. and another new party running is future forward it's comprised of some of the seven million youth voters in thailand many of whom will be voting for the first time in march so with the last steps taken the royal decree and the official date set the political parties will start to wrap up their campaigning and register their candidates it's got harder al-jazeera bangkok. imagine c. bush warnings have been issued across the australian state to test mania with lives and properties at risk. have called in as support to help control least fifty five burning across a seven hundred twenty kilometer stretch of land one property has been destroyed so
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far weather conditions are expected to worsen in the coming days as many parts of australia experience a record heat wave an estimated forty thousand have taken refuge in india but india's nationalist hindu government says the muslim minority have no right to demand refugee status since december india has deported at least one thousand three hundred to bangladesh in the southern city of cox's bazaar reports for one hundred twelve dollars a head smuggler in india promised a way out of the fear that had begun to suffocate shame she and her family. has this today not in her hand as i hated and abused in india they were among forty thousand rohingya refugees in india human rights groups say in recent years the government's welcoming policy has shifted to a hostile one in october india deported seven rohingya men back to me and mar
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a country b. un is accused of committing genocide against the persecuted muslim minority since december the refugee release and repatriation commission says india has deported at least thirteen hundred rohingya refugees to bangladesh. in the beginning we weren't harassed but at a later stage were constantly being monitored so we got scared that they might send us back to me and mar since we didn't want to go there we decided to cross the border. well here refugees describe a campaign of fear mongering harassment and intimidation that's terrifying people enough to abandon their lives in india and sneak into bangladesh that has been a campaign against were india's by the of him to a group to create an impression that they are terrorists and therefore there have been attacks on. india's ruling party says the rowing does have
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no right to demand refugee status and india is not a signatory to the one nine hundred fifty one refugee convention there is a security aspect old school with regard to their linkages with binutils ten of those groups that are in the middle to india and forwarded by all based out of pakistan and the last part is that in the end of the day that these citizens are also leading to problems with the local community it's been three months and become and her family are adjusting to home inside this sprawling refugee camp her study agony of we stuff it over there as well as here we are facing many difficulties despite the hardships of refugee life she and other recent arrivals from india say they're experiencing something new the comfort of being surrounded by other growing goes and a peace that comes with living in a muslim country natasha going to aim al-jazeera cox's bazaar bangladesh
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a time lympics print champion your same boat says he is giving up becoming a professional footballer and a sports life is over the jamaican child with several clubs including current germany gleed his first adult meant he also turned out a contract with the central coast mariners in the australian a league and with a letter in malta bolt who retired from athletics and twenty seventeen says he'll focus on business instead. and quick reminder to catch up any time on all the stories we're covering by checking out our website al-jazeera dot com. among the top stories for now to syria and israel is opposition leader one word has swung himself in as interim president following another day of nationwide protests for and against the cross muro order took the oath as president
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a few hours ago in caracas u.s. president donald trump says his government will recognize war door as venezuela's new leader several countries including canada and brazil have said they'll follow suit meanwhile four people are being killed in the protests across venezuela thousands of people have been marking the sixty first anniversary of a coup which ousted richie dictator marcos perez human as hers oppose the latest from caracas until earlier this month and many people in venezuela did not know who won why your was he was elected as president of the national assembly in venezuela back a van an assembly that has no power in the country because it's not recognized by the administration that says and considered it to be in contempt why they got why though is an engineer who's been in a way defining the government things my little west worn into office on january tenth how much authority he has well that of the people people have responded to him fellows and of people as we're seeing in caracas right now and all around the
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country have responded to his call to take to the streets the turkish and russian presidents have wrapped up talks in moscow on the situation in syria right here putin welcomed to the u.s. troop withdrawal and said he is ready to host a turkish iranian summit on syria however rich of the one said that his country will deal with any groups that may fill the void created by the withdrawal of the american forces. sudan says it will accept assistance including fuel and wheat from the u.a.e. russia and turkey as anti-government protests continue across the country in osment was made as sudan's president omar bashir met cattles emir shape to me a funny in doha afghanistan's intelligence service says the taliban commander responsible for a deadly attack on one of its bases has been killed on monday taliban fighters killed dozens of afghan security personnel when they stormed
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a training base in wardak province. thanks watching the stream is up next more news after after that . i am having a ok i'm willing to be here in the stream can day involve ways present ever similar following in the authoritarian footsteps of his predecessor mcgarvey new in two weeks after security forces began a crackdown on anti-government protests we explore where the country is headed as it navigates an economic crisis but first have a look at this report by al jazeera correspondent in harare. last week
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demonstrated against the fuel price hike which had more than doubled overnight the government responded with force more than six hundred people were arrested. zimbabwe's human rights commission says more people died in last week's protests and during all this post-election violence president. robert mugabe just over a year ago he promised to promote democracy and freedom of speech some zimbabweans are disillusioned the president has cut short a foreign trip and promised to investigate the crackdown by security forces zimbabweans are watching him after last week's violence some said it is speaking out against the government that could come after them. with us now to discuss what's going on in zimbabwe we have tended to freelance journalist who joins us from by the way out zimbabwe in harare macomber. she is a human rights activist who participated in the protests. in the u.k.
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. is the chairman of the u.k. europe youth league and in johannesburg south africa pearce picu is senior consultant for southern africa at the crisis group that's an ngo focused on conflict resolution it's good to have your industry we're going to start with a community and we're i mean what is striking about this show is the amount of people online who are saying they've been affected affected by these rising fuel costs so many people sharing their stories so i want to share just the read. this is shami on twitter who says i used to pay two dollars to and from work and i now have to pay five dollars we used to buy two leaders of cooking oil for two to three dollars and now it's ranging from ten to fifteen dollars what pains me the most is that the salary remains the same someone else echoing her sentiments this is andre who says public transportation prices went up one hundred fifty percent increase my salary remains the same taxes are out of reach especially for those of us who work after hours and thieves have become
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a menace so those are just in addition to one person who sent us a video comment the talent is in harare and this is what he says kind of execution sparked where it's led to an increase in the cost of. prayers of course want to. preserve. over one hundred fifty percent from the lengthy two to more than three through the last three tracks this also should use of this equipment is in the shops there is also the challenge in transports with. the commuter part of transit presence but over one hundred percent. but it was taught he talks about price hikes and general shortages can you relate to those three stories you heard today. yeah. the reality on the crowded public but what is certain is that it's more often and to clement's if we checked in the film but it went seventeen when declared in
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a group of leadership came into politics guns and things according to our they promised the poor forms systematically forms systematic and systemic reforms economic from economic reforms political reforms constitutional reforms but of all those if film the first one to put in but that you should people are disappointed in his current crop is the problem is that it was bitter big konami the developed economy being what it played in pattern picked or temples ensure that this template or prospered but on that they've totally saved enough that is certainly not is if the people when the point i'm not making them on the broken shop window that they sent them they are not spending the bullets they are now the spending with guns if you truly he the government was met with fitch wiley declared war on the people of zimbabwe and it's shocking what other disappointing. you think statistics for themselves or five thousand if you noticed it in the language an implicit we have
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a own plan that has been treated but the numbers of those that have been injured which is up to six hundred was dead and that the regime is actually rating was because of course it has become the unsafe for victims to get as it was being integrated we have well if date numbers are not on fifteen in this or because we have stayed with certain bitter left one the better to the bitter coming from is just it only took off of power by two these killers in t. the stuff that we're seeing of ok so so for iraq what barrow was talking about it was the reaction to what the president announced stan over a week ago he says of one we. co i now see measures to stabilize our nation's crucial fuel supply i was aware that these measures may not be popular and this was not a decision we took lightly but it was the right thing to do why was it the right thing to do bearing in mind the chaos that we so after those fuel hikes and health.
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i do not. and i'm going to thank you for having. greetings to my country. i don't think that any government. has the intention of creating havoc and trauma during its. during a period in which it has strategized. travelling to the biggest market in the world eurasia being the biggest market in the world. of the same potential global g.d.p. rating and so. not to mention dollars no government has got to be checked however they this particular project had been pre-planned. the introduction to increment was merely
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a pricing adjust to match regional consistency as we had become we had. people in particular that motivated by the i mean obviously image has recreated within our own. powerful structure of our market where other countries or other countries with energy would come in and consume and so all they needed to be a price adjustment we could then have the discussion about the pricing points and these would be that are created by virtue of trying to get the credit crisis which is parliamentary backed through opposition to suddenly all take the example of a minute because ten guys looking quite concerned and i go ahead. yes what i wanted to say was you know you're talking about trying to match retail prices right now with the hugh the most expensive place one of the most expensive in the world right now because of the fuel price hike for example there are actually.
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some foreign service like it actually is it true that zimbabwe's eyes considering the color you see right there to reconstruct what we have with all of. the broom and what do you mean i think. because they don't carry structure thanks to the fur on my part that's why and tend to try and find out i'm just thinking i'm watching this and over a week ago i could buy petrol gas for a certain amount and then a day later it's twice as much that's what i care about for why what do you actually referring to so what i'm referring to here is the price of it just to. get with the part of the market that have been established as a consequence of. government continuous strategy towards and then they. should discuss which is going to be the archies which is we have that's the problem with the but if you convert if you convert to local codes the pricing has gone up
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to about one one thirty eight with. just one just government that's what most one would like to face a description i think a budget that argument and the one in the middle so for i am not going to bother just how much hype from mine because when you talk over each of icon he has i'm just going to summarize you for writing on it so i'm going to summarize it because you decide that the prices around zimbabwe are high so the government's trying to even them out but from a consumer's point of view that seems to be a huge huge hike how tight from moment in my case your point i hit a point and. so economics one hundred one and continues many. share the streets on who might agree with you there her eyes thomas here says that in my point of view the fuel price increase is justifiable considering that we as the bob winds are not an oil producing country so besides the pain we feel right now this was the right
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thing to do but that aside is actually my life is actually the only true we got like that but i wanted to share that with you i want to move on just a little bit here because there is so much to talk about this is one of you this is rebuild zimbabwe and they say what the question should be and we should be discussing is how did we get here and was it responsible to announce as a president who was flying out and knowing that he was staying away to announce these these hikes how does the economy get in such a bad shape someone else takes up on that ashley says the whole leader returns to his country so i think he wants to restore peace issues a statement on social media but to this day is still yet to talk to and address the people he leads tendai walk us through that the view of president one and god go right now. yes i think the you particularly this last tweet thank you just read out reflects the views of many people because even before the price increase last year was announced and there are people who are wondering what is the president saying
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and why not saying anything about that it's eerie economy you know and then suddenly there was this announcement that was expected over the weekend and instead of it being something that would cushion the people because this is the kind of you know that the government has been trying to reach with civil servants to go on strike because of laws and the reasons you know you know it's they don't announcing that they would you know some kind of questioning for the people that use it all or some kind of call for people to understand the situation at the present moment this employee you know an announcement that your prices will now be adjusted you know and because i just print is so huge and there are so many implications on. basic commodities on the price of other basic might. you know it just made a lot of people very angry you know and so even now that you know we've gone through this period of protests and a brutal crackdown by and state people are still wondering what is the president
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going to say is he going to officially address the nation all it's going to communicate with the nation by social media. i don't think it will pay as i'll type for i want to bring in pace into the conversation but i want to play you something festival the this was a little interview that al jazeera tape of a gentleman called choto his son who was killed during the protest he was shot outside of a police station this is what genius told al jazeera have a look. i need is a most value. your life he's being safe. it is being wasted. he's listening. in the same government that it's a new dispensation dispensation we're going to do everything whatever they permit was. thrown in the dustbin. are now using bush tactics.
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pistorius describes what's going on politically in zimbabwe right now as bush tactics how would you describe it. well you know what we've seen in the last week or so is really the latest iteration of a long history of misgovernance by the ruling party and this is carried on notwithstanding the promises of reform. by the modern gore administration an attempt to distance itself from the misgovernance of america. the repression and the impunity that is systemic within them but when politics. has a long history and it's very well documented so a number of people who have seen the violence the fall of the elections and the violence that we've seen last week from the state side see this as the latest iteration a continuation and actually a deterioration because previously where
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a lot of the violence was done covertly we now see the violence is over from the state the use of live ammunition in them but with this for last year there was no history of use of like that and the use of the military on the streets for security purposes this development is deeply problematic and a reflection of the growing influence of the military in the governance and. the reason that these protests took place and of course we've seen the government narrative on this which is that it is being a organized protest funded by international regime changes and so i've even been accused on social media by senior members of zanu p.f. of being behind this and profiting from these things this default position appointing think of them also has a very long history. so i think what we're dealing with here is
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a fundamentally dishonest reflection of what has happened having said that the issue of the violence that we have seen on the string. first of all it's important to record but the majority of us. adhere to the stairway and indeed were involved in protests or not. but there's been a criminalization in the narrative and we see this through the posturing of people like. george three minutes. so who want to use that as a cover up. in order really i think the. really announced of the eight cannot be. already we see we see members of the members of the military are now being prosecuted as well have been arrested this is a very complex situation so pleased to be probably always before we actually start seeing these kind of general attitude. about election piers even turn
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a lot of interesting things there and one of the things that i think it's resonating most immediately with our community is the comparison in contrast between the administrations of the government of mugabe and the current government of modern gondola this is crazy by here who writes on twitter under mugabe i never rode a bus with a soldier but in a case twenty seven there were few queues here and there but never accused being controlled by soldiers bread was cheap so one contrast there another person sent us a video comment on that distinction the delay is invalid y.-o. and this is what he told the stream there is a myth and then say that he wishes he was still in power and he misses but then he got me thinking that this moment has been so brutalised to the extent that they're now thinking about my god i've talked to a number of young men and women who are complaining about it put it to protect it
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in the western suburbs some of this is a sword in hand sewn in faces sewn in the lead and all because i've been brutalized by so does every day who go around how's it night beating them up and i think this is not this in love with the smoke and i'm looking for this sort of life all the time but i'm glad i did since late season getting wet. so people thought life would be better now as that video comet was playing i was looking at our gas faces and for i was was really shaking his head there for i was going through your head. well i think you know the the way to criticism we as a government any government and also the. one that we use you naturally have to sympathize with the good two dynamics at play here these one konami can get which is that you have a new government that has inherited. an economy that has two
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fundamental issues with it one predominantly the fact that there is rampant corruption too you have an international embargo that graves the reasons are embargoes don't match our margin range are just great if i can finally let you let china but with the uk with i mean that issue but if you can offer open . opens up that will be i think not to be good for any good economy i think what is . the family like this particular property i mean embalming system and if i'm to be anything like what one member that i have you know i hail to send for i well my to the end of the show i make films point in a sentence before it can be passed ok great i guess that would have was not the case here's another that i'll try to make by my quick image i mean and in that sense and they were cultural they were a political culture and a tiny part of it and as a consequence we cannot rationalize quite a number of the knicks to warm to that
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a step charged reality so the narrative that we didn't get when it comes to national discourse such as a platform of this sort isn't fully contextualized so why then have problematic issues that whereby we don't have we cannot have a discussion of the gratian that is based on actual research in fact what we did have is a very highly partisan driven narrative what we need to have a big article is allegedly better including this yes we have a good chance we have to say hi and then there may be a someone or two. all. right. all right let's talk dialogue this is what you know this is what we're talking about and this is what i want to get to become but i hear your dissent very very clearly as does our audience for what you're trying to get i believe is this idea about how do we sit down and have a dialogue how do we actually talk to each other in
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a civilized way earlier on today on al-jazeera we spoke to the president of the movement for democratic change this is what he told us on how to. we are willing to compromise in the interest of the country but we can't compromise on the fundamentals we can't compromise on the issues we have to compromise on things that move the country forward of course that is the subject of the substance of the of the dialogue but delegates important we need to make sure we transition from that all the system to a new system. has failed to be that new system and we need or zimbabweans inclusive dialogue for us to be able to move forward so of course the voice of the opposition will put forward an opposition perspective but. those stations are you seeing since the president came back earlier on this week. so the president came back you know yet announced that he would like to have. all the churches and groups to come
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together and have so many but wait for it but this is you know simply a call that he made on twitter you know it's not been an official announcement that you've made and you know even the opposition and so it's nothing to me so this question without you know house and see out president. you know because of the action that we're seeing on the ground with the army continues to. harass to harass what mary said even though you know people are protesting people are not. doing anything of that nature you know the harassment continues so people then begin to christian is the president's what a simple word or words or you know does you really mean like i said so i want to bring up this perspective here taking into account what you're saying there but also that comment from the us and to me for tea says there is a lack of responsibility from both the current ruling leadership. and the opposition doesn't show me some person particularly in dealing with violence our
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problems have now gone beyond politicking the whole country needs a reset and they also want to bring up this live comment we got in that same vein and but it i'll give it to you this person says that the problem is not one and the problem is our constitution which was drafted by zanu p.f. and is not investor friendly full stop zanu p.f. is as a whole needs to be toppled and we need a proper democracy so come back at a what will it take for you do you think to in the protests and really solve an economic crisis. yeah you up two will let's deport just number one it's we need since harry was. sober person but we mustn't is in cincy you can't sit with one thing and another man for example is just getting off delegate is a distinct legend and he is sitting it is is that is doing it's him so he does is just little biffing for negotiations will be much more pleasant this in four of
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a national gallup is which out of people if you just go this is the least alone and the question it does that is getting so what you need to sincerely to know bob and then about to international community what does it take in need for them to intervene in this situation people are dating people that's now as i'm speaking up and i don't know but i've been be did go to go look in a million malaria i mean i seen it i said it's only going to spend if i'm doubting that i found as a protester and we just go here to present zimbabwe very active on twitter he says violence and misconduct by security forces an unacceptable and a betrayal of the new zimbabwe chaos and so what it is what i do or not be tolerated misconduct will be investigated if required heads will roll for i we have less than a minute left i just want to give you this last word where to next for the zimbabwe ministration. so thank you so much for this opportunity to use again now i think the way we work is what we need to form not only of course
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based on government. but also from people from human rights organizations civil society genset the international narratives if you want to talk to a country it's branding is also critical right the fact that they've done it over the years in a manner in the nature of it that a beauty of redenbacher's has not aided the national cause in the sport except for i hate when you have you know a good story but here you can go right to the end of the show and i don't want to four of the actors out there saying thank you very much i feel perspectives for i were at the end of the show thank you so much appreciate your your your perspective tendai amoco and also appears as well thank you very much for taking part in this discussion milly kept one end on you tube ariel says people have lost trust in the government so it's hard for the country to move forward politically and economically when the government and the people are north and south so much more to
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talk about you should see fries face he has so much more to talk about we all day we will be online at a.j. stream on twitter see that thanks for watching everybody. in the next episode of techno the team travels to the part of the amazon. where we are now should be grateful to investigate illegal gold mining mercury has
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a very unique characteristic of finding the gold for a miner it's almost like magic and the technology being used to expose its devastating impact and so what we end up doing is imaging the forest in very high fidelity three d. techno on all just zero. houses are as different from other channels because we're not just there when something happens we are there before it happens for there while it happens and we say we do have a permanent presence and a lot of places there's stuff i have heard. in the back ground being in love and on is very important it's about syria it's about lebanon it's about the power struggle between iran and saudi arabia it's all there and that's the challenge. talk to al-jazeera. we us personally one of the main beneficiaries is that the case we listen for you want to be a swedish of it india all that's not exactly my point we meet with global
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newsmakers and talk about the stories that matter. we understand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world so no matter how you take it al-jazeera will bring you the news and current affairs that matter to you al jazeera. i don't know and tailor not over the top stories on our jazeera but as well as opposition leader who has sworn him self in as interim president for another day of nationwide protests or took the oath as president in caracas and u.s. president donald trump said his government would recognize gordo as venezuela's new leader trump said he would use the full weight of u.s.
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economic and diplomatic power to push for democracy in the south american country when i consider get anything but all options are on the table that. we just all options always all options are on the. canada brazil and a number of other countries have also said they'll recognize why doors of authority under there are stairs a bow has more. earlier this month many people in venezuela did not know who won was or was he was elected as president of the national assembly in venezuela back then an assembly that has no power in the country because it's not recognized by the administration that says and considers to be in contempt why they go why the is an engineer who's been away define the government since my leader was sworn into office on january tenth how much of forty he has well that of the people people have responded to him thousands of people as we're seeing and got access right now
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and all around the country have responded to his call to take to the streets to call the call last mother would dictate or because you going to call out my daughter and it was super so right now what the situation we're seeing in venezuela is an unprecedented situation a place where it has an interim president calling himself an interim precedent that it's recognized by the united states and other countries in the region is also recognized by the economic powers and on the other hand we have the government of nicolas maduro that controls the military that controls institutions that controls resources in venezuela mostly why those called his announcement is very symbolic at this point because they're saying that the fallout mother is not the legitimate president of venezuela he is saying is that he was elected in a fraudulent election last year so the power how much power he has is that of the amount of people that he can take to the streets and that have responded to his
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call to defy the presidency of nicolas modern. the turkish and russian presidents are wrapped up talks in moscow on the situation in syria that of a putin welcomed the u.s. troop withdrawal and said he is ready to host a turkish iranian summit on syria however rich attire once said that his country will deal with any groups that may fill the void created by the withdrawal of american forces the two leaders are trying to find some common ground despite backing opposing sides in the conflict. russia has warned of a rapidly deteriorating situation on the ground in syria a car bomb exploded in the northern city of a freenet near a base for a rebel group that's backed by turkey at least three of its fighters were killed yes there are more reports of soldiers beating protesters in zimbabwe that's despite of our by president emerson and i'm going to go to investigate a security service crackdown on anti-government demonstrators speaking to our jazeera the leader of the opposition movement for democratic change nelson chamisa
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said the president is contradicting himself where the pretty but the did the r.v. is really is that mr managua seems to be indicating left by turning right is inconsistent you say that he's going to investigate but he can't investigate himself the people who did what they did we're doing that in the name of mr managua and you must be able to then indicate that this is what is going to happen because he knows the people when you do the people who did what they did right now on the streets people are not in happiness so you don't says it will accept assistance including fuel and wheat from the u.s. russia and turkey as anti-government protests continue across the country in osment was made as sudan's president omar bashir met katter's emir sheikh to mean bin hamad out funny in doha the emir says he supports sudan's unity and stability is facing most daily demonstrations calling for an end to his thirty year rule there's
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the top stories stay with us if you can witness is up next why for now. half. past. one eye with a lot. of robots are present and one with a one in a crap what level a name is what
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a body. cut into. a grew up in a place called christmas creek it's in western australia. as a child i remember stories about the past i heard about a life in the great sandy desert i'm a family go from. here stories about or old to help them sell by. economy jealous or living laura. i have never seen them. on a more than level killer going to war from the desert. their parents for their problem confinement in an ever olympic. christmas creek with a callistemon where my family were working. my father. had stock when it was the sun a bit of what they are and that's how i got my going to your name lol forgot.
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one male when i was ten my family took me to a kind of station called. they are people they have several projects mining and s. a good land. you see their kids into our jeans. that's me. it was the first time i went this my people fighting for their country. back. the mining company ended up grinning at me. but for us it was still a victory. it put out fine for a man writes on the map. i am but as a kid i remember the excitement of being there being out of something big. back. when we return christmas craig my father as usual was
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away working in mustering camps. but i never felt alone. we had big mobs of people looking out for us. for me it was like having a big extended family. literally my grandfather from my mother's side was very special to me. is a man of. no urgent matter no it fundamental wisdom and it is if you want him to fail to catch up with what you don't fw. or spider. brother he was always a grandfather to me. he was different. he told stories all the time. together with his wife kelly. and fischer a crossing for millions are you going to get
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a letter that. ever since i was a young boy spawn i was always singing. singing and dancing oh not community festival. it was always about corner and the great sandy desert. the country he was forced to leave after the county came to whiteman. not. only in spada. about getting the land in the desert back for many years we had been fighting for land rights and nine hundred ninety two things began to happen. where he took them for additional lands and smashed them for additional wildlife where he brought the diseases and the alcohol. where you committed the
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murders where you took the children from their mothers for the first time australia has recognized the legal existence of aborigines prior to white settlement the high court has recognized there were people here and their descendants have rights. the mabo decision showed us that we could legally claim our land back. to claim it back we have to prove we have a continuing relationship to a country. in one thousand nine hundred ninety four my grandfather where only a spotter took me to take entry. and been bank there for forty years.


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