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korea last really a day festivities of once again being overshadowed by an intensifying debate over whether the event should be moved to a different date indigenous people and many others see january the twenty six there's nothing to celebrate social media producer south korea explains. thousands of people including indigenous australians are demanding national day be moved to a different date australia day on january twenty sixth celebrate c.i.i. verse through the british first fleet arriving on the east coast in seventeen eighty eight but many are denouncing the event as invasion day when colonists began massacring and marginalizing the country's first inhabitants are successive australian governments have refused to change the dates having a celebration of the strike that doesn't include the first nation people i think deserve. i think because it's an abomination to be honest it's not a celebration today it's more about it's a more of a mourning for our ancestors that got slaughtered prime minister scott morrison acknowledged the divisions jaring
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a flag raising ceremony in the capital canberra we can be so proud of our national story sure it's not perfect but now the country is the story of a strong leader is not a story the land mass it is the story of a living breathing good hearted but his words haven't a peace demonstrations calling it's a day of mourning in social media posts show marches like this one were also held in other cities such as brisbane and hobart's and in victoria protesters accuse police of converse kates in their microphones they say to silence them online though some people have been going back to the archives and posting photos just like this one here this was by joe and he also it might be eighty one years ago but what's really changed she also says we owe it to the courageous leaders to never give up the fight for justice and the founder of australia's largest nonprofit organizations for a few g.'s tweeted that it stopped voted to no longer recognise australia day on january twenty sixth no justice for a free g.'s without it for indigenous people series says and they will take
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a public holiday jiri consideration week instead on the split side of that people have been celebrating australia day also share their thoughts in fact this post in his crate he tweeted we complain about so. much in a country that allows us to be free healthy and alive embrace that feel privileged and then i want to share this one here with you because this person tweeted a photo of their aunts and uncles who've been married for sixty eight years and charlie married paula and indigenous australian and this person says they face racism and discrimination but they face it together or we'd like to hear from you too you can always tweet a.j. in english and my to handle is. the pacific island nation of one world to has a long history of community matters being settled by tribal village chiefs usually men but the food for the first time a woman has been annoying to person of the village tribal council on the island of mo so as part of her plans to transform village life she's applying
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a strict environmentalist agenda which includes a marine park and cracking down on illegal logging. my name is les my leanest up i say and i'm on this chair lady of a tribal council in vanuatu it's always been i'm in the position my husband sanborn she filed for we're about sheila childless who gives me the right to ponting beasts in the uk i come from totally different islands and tribe and different. just farm and culture somewhere happy somewhere not happy again of the day that she has. has that lesson my husband and i go to capitol hill every day to bring kids to school but those cell phone work and for shopping i am cory for enough in hospitality
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institution in order that when i look around me i see the destruction of forest and marine life after the saigon everybody relies on government handouts so the council decides that we can't wait we have to do something to orce rebuild so in our community we put all these bylaws in place the first thing is the shelter that can shelter the families that don't have psycho on parole forms. fear is also dotting tides the sea water rise just keep coming in we introduce nearby lowes or to stop people making guidance around riva to protect them with a source. we have a problem with people chopping down trees for charcoal and files to set and so we introduce the by laws to protect the forests we also introduce
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a by losed for people to have their own gardens so that they don't have to rely on the process forward one of the things we decided to do is to introduce them and but they did area we care about the lives of. the less the secret but i do glance we took it for granted but now in this generation we come to realize that the future for the environment is important for our kids and the future generation everything that lives on the us is important it's. well sports coming up next on the news out in cricket one of the game's top teams and easily beaten by sleeping giant it's all about story after the break to stay with us.
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well i think one of our biggest strengths is that we talk to normal everyday people we get them to tell their stories and doing that really reveals the truth people are still gathered outside these gates waiting for any information most of them don't know whether their loved ones are alive or dead or miami really is a place where two worlds meet we can get to washington d.c. two hours we can get it on jurists in the rest of central america about the same time but more importantly why those two cultures north and south america that's pretty deeply it's a very important place for al-jazeera to be. welcome
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back at spot on his pizza thank you very much world number one novak djokovic showed just why he is the best player on the planet by dismantling rafael nadal in sunday's australian open final in straight sets this is a record seventh straight in open title for the serb it's also his third straight grand slam title in a row he won the first set six three then took the second set six two before six three food safe when to complete victory in just two hours quite a contrast to the twenty twelve hours the open final when these two played out a match that lasted nearly six hours it takes two which is of little grandson type
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accounts of the. i'm just trying to contemplate on under journey in the last twelve months because. as rough i've been through a surgery and quite a major injury myself last couple of years but i had the surgery exactly twelve months ago and to be standing now here in front of you today and managing to win this title in three out of four slams is a truly. amazing. i speech i the men's doubles championship was sealed by french pay a nickel a mahu and. on sunday may one in straight sets over henry consonant on finland and australians john p. is the seals of true grand slam for man who and bare adding the australian open to the u.s. french and wimbledon titles already in the locker. and soccer has been basking
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in the glow of her women's final when she showed off the trophy at melbourne's brighton beach on sunday the japanese will be world number one on monday after beating patrick of it's over for her second grand slam title in a row you venters have a golden opportunity to extend a lead at the top of the italian city are two eleven points when they play lots on sunday that's after saturday's draw between ac milan and napoli played right into their hands the neapolitans desperate to keep up the pressure in second place the first move ac milan a mere twenty one points behind you going in for napoli. not happy with center for swearing and gionta it was not an explosion i think was a bit hasty i did not offend anybody i swore but i don't know if in today's world you can really call what i said swearing but that's the way it went i'd like to see if they suspend me english champions manchester city or in top form as pep guardiola aims to complete his collection of english domestic trophies the f.a.
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cup is the only one he hasn't won city dismantled early in the fourth round on saturday given the braina i put them three nil up in the second half the combined school from city's last six games is twenty eight no by some creative defending from bernie's kevin long a penalty to city not what he originally had in mind sergio aguayo would do the honors from the spot. five moves so if they go through to the fourth round. fellow premier league affidavits and were knocked out by second division mogul stuff it's time for a call for two murray wallace to seal a three two win for them and. fiercely eindhoven win five points clear at the top of the dutch era the v.c. ahead of second place i.x.'s match on sunday p.s.p. got a two one win over groningen on saturday mexican lazzaro scoring twice in four minutes so i explained the darby against the pace final blate. the reigning champ in golden
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state warriors when they tend straight game in the n.b.a. with victory over the boston celtics on saturday but the denver nuggets stayed close behind them in second place in the western conference the philadelphia seventy six ran them close in the second quarter then simmons actually making it a two point game but nicollette york it was running things for the nuggets to say it's going to topple the two thirty two points for him eighteen rebounds and ten assists as denver win one hundred twenty six one hundred nineteen. the memphis grizzlies got a precious win of the last fourteen out of fifteen games before marc gasol had eighteen points as they handed the indiana pacers eight eight defeats on the bounce . we're a week away from super bowl sunday and the los angeles rams have been getting in some final practice at home before heading to atlanta every session counts for the rams as they prepare to take on the dominant team of the last decade the new england patriots the rams last won the super bowl in one thousand nine hundred nine
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when they represented st louis. the west indies wrapped up the threshing of england with more than a day to space in the first cricket test in barbados england had been set a target of six hundred twenty eight runs and got nowhere near it the tourists were all out for two hundred forty six ruston chase took the last seven wickets for a career best eight for sixty in the news by three hundred eighty one runs and must pick themselves up to play again at and t. on tuesday. sport and politics mixing again this time in venezuela several influential nations of called on the president to call fresh elections where the opposition leader has declared himself president and has already been recognized as head of state by several countries including the us given the instability in the south american country major league baseball has recommended that its players and other club stuff not travel to play in the caribbean series tournament starting next week venezuela's sports minister says that security for teams is guaranteed
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despite the deep political and social crisis gripping the country. again one that we've had a significant number of foreigners play here some willing to major league baseball others not nothing has happened to have all good security and i believe that all we can to make commitments have been honored we venezuela guarantee as always the best conditions and hope but it will be one of the best caribbean series in history. the world of slalom skiing as a new hot prospect twenty one year old time and know well of bronze twenty second straight world cup event in kitzbuhel how all stress it becomes the first french skier in eight years to win back to back slaloms and well beat seven time overall champion marcel who share the austrian who was in ninth place after his first run clocked the fastest time in his next trying to finish zero point two nine seconds behind in second place french teammate alexis pinto finished in third.
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and that's all the sport more on the way again later thanks very much peter and of course you have been watching the al-jazeera news or you can follow all of those stories on our website at al-jazeera dot com but until then from me and peter good bye but then of the bulletin on the other side of the break so don't get too far away. russian filmmaker andrina christophe explores happens russia impacts the very values of the nation the russians are famous for their cultural legacy but can tradition and conservative be the source of stagnation and authoritarian growth why this is the assume aided by the police to misuse the crane fix homosexuality the significance of it put into the russian elite is that she's like a fake you who controls the cobra in such a putin's russia on al-jazeera. the plundering of armenia's natural riches
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has uprooted residents and desecrated the habitat of some of europe's most endangered species. but the remarkable campaign by local residents is challenging the miked of the country's investors and putting high hopes on its newly elected prime minister people in power investigates armenia mining out the left. on a. dissolute mother waits on the border between ukraine and russian occupied crimea for news of her missing son. numerous young three men have disappeared following her arrest these disappeared other victims of a crackdown on the top population of crimea by russia since its occupation in two thousand and fourteen. before the invasion of two thousand and fourteen crimea was a part of another country ukraine we formed when the soviet union broke up into
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separate states but many russians including the president vladimir putin were unhappy with this. russia is determined to keep its alleged abuse of human rights away from public scrutiny. as the only indigenous group still openly opposing the truth is russia sees this muslim minority as a threat. killed want to bomb blasts leave at least twenty five people dead at a catholic cathedral in the philippines. as a whole roman you're watching officer lines my headquarters here in doha also coming up the brazil collapse relatives of the hundreds missing face
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a painful wait for news. also new field new bread we'll look at the roots of the movement against iran's president and see if he has any chance of fixing that. also russia marks seventy five years since the end of the siege of leningrad but not everyone is convinced a military parade is appropriate. brogan we begin in asia pacific where two bomb explosions in a catholic cathedral in the southern philippines have killed at least twenty five people and injured many more there's been no immediate claim of responsibility for the sunday mass attacks on the predominantly muslim island of hollow. reports. the first blast was inside the cathedral as worshippers celebrated sunday mass that
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was followed by a second explosion in the car park a security forces were arriving there has been no immediate claim of responsibility they are trying to disrupt the peace process they're trying to destabilize it it's like like for men things all this time is a sham and to show that the government will not be able to control the area that. the places that. there is conflict the attack in the capital of the province come six days after a referendum on them in the now region voters in the muslim dominated region overwhelmingly approved a deal for me. more self rule eighty five percent of voters backed an agreement between muslim fighters and government leaders in manila for is self administered area in mindanao which will be named bangsamoro there are attempts to stalk up of communal conflict but the thing is that so far none of these attacks on the
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churches have resulted in such type of hatred between muslims and christians. the predominantly catholic philippines has been plagued by decades of separatist conflict in mindanao more than one hundred thousand people have been killed and millions more displaced in the decades long conflict in mindanao and despite the reconciliation process attacks like this show that armed groups still pose a threat to peace in their region in dargon al jazeera manila. hope is turning to anguish in brazil over the increasing likelihood that hundreds of people are missing after a dam clubs will be found alive so far thirty four bodies have been pulled from the muddy disaster zone and foreign fighters are warning that another day may also be on the brink of failing. reports from the town of blue bunting york the heavy rain only makes moretti fraught rescue operation much worse many have
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been saved being cared for at the center relieved distraught concerned about their missing loved ones. the feelings that you're going to die are the end of everything you don't know which way to run. president visited the disaster area but didn't stay long his ministers are overseeing the rescue and relief efforts. see that soon all the mud is being monitored by local and national institutions at this moment the heavy part is moving more slowly as we have several monitoring points along the river and we are tracking its movement and investigation is underway into how the dam burst releasing millions of liters of waste from the iron ore mine the owners vale expressed their sorrow they've already been fined sixty six million dollars but they were also part owners of a mine were a little over three years ago a similar downburst one thousand people were killed damage to the environment was immense we still don't know the scale of this tragedy on either the human or the
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environmental level what is know is that lessons were not learned from the last november two thousand and fifteen nobody was prosecuted nobody took responsibility many already asking whether they'll be ignored again if it's there it's disheartening it's sad what carelessness where are the authorities spare the petitions how long are people going to die for things like this how long we'll be crying for our loved ones. were sent to the morgue in search of a missing husband banjul he wasn't there and he doesn't know where he is she may never know and will join others wondering how another down they were told was safe this cause such death and destruction that al-jazeera burman guignol was ill but as well as president nicolas maduro has rejected an ultimatum to call elections within days describing european countries as insolent and making them and spain germany france and britain say of the deadline is now in the u.s.
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and recognize the opposition leader. as the interim president the madeira and his political allies at home are refusing to budge. i don't know what the european union say they've given us eight days to call for an election was held venezuelans don't take orders from anybody. earlier the u.s. called on the world to pick a side in venezuela as past drug will during a heated meeting of the un security council russia which banks madeira accuse washington of trying to engineer a coup mike hanna reports. a highly unusual weekend session and at the outset russia made very clear its opposition to the proceeding arguing that any u.n. involvement in venezuela constituted a violation of that country's sovereignty particularly when you're still who rules we don't see any external threats coming from what is taking place in venice well or venezuela does not represent a threat to peace and security if anything does represent a threat to peace it is
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a shameless and aggressive actions of the united states and their allies aimed at the ouster of the legitimately elected president of venezuela russia demanded a procedural vote to continue the requisite mine members voted to do so but the four votes against a signal that yet again the security council would not be speaking with a unified voice now it's time for every other nation to pick a side no more delays no more games if you stand with the forces of freedom or you're in league with a juror and his mail that's a sentiment echoed by u.s. allies the united kingdom making a clear ultimatum we believe that one why don't you is the right man to take venezuela forward and we will recognize him as constitutional interim president if new elections are not announced within eight days the venezuelan foreign minister was allowed to put his country's point of view and seize the opportunity
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for a show and tell of what he called illegitimate u.s. intervention in latin america and venezuela the united states is withdrawing forces from syria well they are going to try to store a new war now in latin america venezuela we're not going to give them that satisfaction or peace stability and understanding will prevail in venezuela in spite of all the efforts of the countries present here who are trying to trigger a war the u.s. secretary of state was not there to listen holding a brief news conference before walking away and leaving the council still in session behind mike hanna al-jazeera united nations. ken the desire to china has been fired after his comments about the chinese technology giant her way john mccain said it would be great for canada if the u.s. stopped its extradition request of highway executives main when joe she was arrested in vancouver last month accused of aiding american sanctions on iran canada's prime minister justin trudeau didn't give
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a reason for why he'd sacked the ambassador. more protests are planned in sudan against president bush's thirty year rule demonstrations began almost six weeks ago over the rising price of bread and the demands for economic reform and political change of grown ever since mohammed bell reports of khartoum. freedom peace justice and the overthrow of president bashir are the main slogans being chanted by these so the nice protestors but at the root of the demonstrations are demands for basic life necessities but old stations ran out of fuel inflation rates soared bank coffers were empty people stopped deposing money with banks and those who did face limits on how much cash they could withdraw most dangerously bakeries ran out of floor of all the other needs bread can be seen as the main symbol of the crisis doesn't it and yet if the revolution of the hungry. a bust
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they did was a journalist during the one nine hundred seventy s. at the time of former president. his life now they symbolize the slow descent of sudan from relative ease to utter this to jewish and. everything was much better they miri was a strong leader we had a recall church to sit in the span was equal to four dollars but now it's crisis everywhere and people have nothing to eat we don't want to know. the origin of that crisis the sudanese government agrees was a shift the country made from agriculture to oil during the one nine hundred ninety s. but the hustle and i mean some of the model the whole india it's called the dutch disease when easy only revenues shift attention away from traditional resources such as farming we've had it in sudan but now we are addressing the problem through new strategies and more focus on agriculture. in two thousand and ten sudan exported
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nearly half a million barrels of oil a day but a year later south sudan gained independence and took most of the oil fields with it by then the iconic cultural sector was already suffering from neglect and there was another shift happening there mon as. in the past sudanese households relied mainly on sorghum for food and as things change when the british and i in our government's approach wheat preparing sorghum is towards the mint takes time you know we have to take it to the mills to grind it then we need a long process to cook it with bread on the other hand is handy all you need is to go and buy it ready from the bakery. martin is only a month. wheat bread now accounts for two thirds of regular meals and so that just to give you an idea about how much bread an average family of five individuals in sudan need for the daily meals each individual that i'm here needs six pieces of
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bread if i try to put all the quantity they need in my hands. it's not possible this is just the shell of two people. the crisis got worse when sudan couldn't grow or buy enough wheat saudi and r.t. companies got all millions of tons of wheat here on least or purchased land but they sent it out of the country now sudan with its over two million hectares of fertile soil that even oil and the gigantic underground lake the newbie in beijing is begging for outside help to satisfy its demand of wheat to feed the hungry population of nearly forty million. does to say it's too late to come these cards bread will overthrow this regime as it happened before here in sudan. the essence of his words is a code by these protesters david chumps.


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