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some cases responds to the division that currently exist in america and some of them are saying of course that they would be the candidate to unite the prep the country again if they were elected president so this is certainly a time of opportunity from the standpoint of democrats but at the same time the challenge they face is having too many candidates running for president and when you have that many can try to press it and they're all fighting each other and they they risk having a highly fractious and intentions primary season it may be very very hard for whoever the democratic nominee is by the summer of the year two thousand and twenty to bring the democratic party together in order to to to beat dollar trump in november of two thousand and twenty so democrats will have their work cut out for them even if they feel the president took his damage right good to get your thoughts and then out to someone joe watkins that. thanks so much. so
over a week since psych lonely die hit southern african countries including mozambique and zimbabwe desperation is growing among the survivors an estimated one point seven million people are affected many of whom need food water and shelter tony burke was in one community in mozambique as a derived. they are the survivors of cycle own when we carteret struck they are still desperate and hungry but this center just outside the area they were expecting food supplies they got a few packets of biscuits the really bad god that the flooding happened a week ago and this is the first help we have had just biscuits we are struggling to survive because everything was destroyed. water still holds claim to much of software or province driving from beer you can see the vast area that has become an inland sea homes destroyed others left isolated. aid and rescue operations are
focusing on the hard hit communities with larger populations there are tens of thousands of others living in smaller more isolated pockets they are out of sight out of mind three families live in this small hut new tika seventy kilometers north of beera the cyclon destroyed their huts and crops they now survive on bananas and maize maria's home was demolished when the psycho struck she thought she was going to die all that often anyone in it would when i saw the danger to first thing i did was to protect myself and my son i couldn't stop the water stripping away our clothes blankets and everything is gone we're suffering. water levels are dropping after two days of relatively good weather but the damage left behind is hampering aid efforts up until three days ago this whole area and this road was completely devastated by the cyclonic covered in water it made passage impossible
come along these roads it shows you how difficult delivering any kind of meaningful way by road will be the main focus is by people being rescued by helicopter but that's only making a small fraction of a difference many of the dirt track roads in the countryside have been seriously affected aid is trickling in but the death count is rising and the risk of disease and illness is increasing by the day we're sitting on a ticking bomb as well as what are some additional major news concerns and cholera outbreak you know is there a reality you know that we will be the ready to face malaria is an american already thore in this country and the depreciation and vulnerable it is that people are facing anyway because of the socio economic situation of mozambique will be further exacerbated and clean that will be leaving you know to many more crises. for many people in this region life was tough before cyclon eat ice truck is becoming even harder they will probably recover eventually but it could take
a long long time tony berkeley al-jazeera tika central mozambique. more on the impact of science on a diet coming up missing bridges and rivers changing course how the entire landscape of zimbabwe district has changed. hello there we have some very wet and windy weather over parts of north america at the moment so thanks to this weather system hey you can see it working its way up the northeastern coast that sport to some heavy rain and a lot of heavy snow as well in fact by the time that system eventually clears away some of us could have seen up to thirty centimeters of snow from this system behind it is generally looking a lot drier for a time but then misses the next system and that one's working over already flooded
areas so cools further problems over the next few days towards the west it looks like things are calming down force as we head into sunday san francisco getting to a pleasant fifteen degrees i mean further towards the sun south and there will be some rather helpful showers over parts of the caribbean particularly over parts of the dominican republic and into haiti we also see a few showers there of a positive cuba and some of us here are in a drought so this rain really is needed as we head a bit further towards the south there's also plenty of showers parts of south america at the moment as well some of them are really quite heavy and they're generally stretching down towards salvador at the moment to the south of that there's more in the way of dry weather for us on saturday but on sunday i think we'll see a few more showers just begin to work through parts of argentina and just on the border there with chile as well as ari's will be at twenty three. a chance for reunion after decades of separation caused by
a war. one i want to use joins a mother to grieve unite with the son she lost more than sixty years ago in the korean war on al jazeera. al-jazeera where ever you. come back you're watching al-jazeera time to recap the headlines tomorrow falls into russian interference in the two thousand and sixteen u.s. election has been completed it's been handed over to the attorney general who will
decide on what parts to make public. u.s. democrats want to be entire report released democratic senate leader chuck schumer's warned against allowing trump's lawyers any preview he says this would allow them to interfere with decisions on what goes public. diseases like cholera and malaria are emerging as the new threat to survivors and storm ravaged parts of southern africa aid agencies say a huge number of people need help especially in mozambique and zimbabwe. and how to more is in zimbabwe is just being gay districts where locals have given up on getting help from the government. they say they can't wait any longer for authorities to help them find their relatives so they are digging themselves up a village and has completely changed. these boulders never used to be
here the shops schools and government offices are gone. after cycling swept through the community it's now an early grave site my nephew. who was working at the clinic was now living. you see the stones. under structures this is my domain area and. he can see him. he's wife in which four children. among the four children. they all took an hour but people are saying under the stones where the people are. you community leaders say people climb trees in a desperate attempt to stay alive but a huge rolling boulders crashed into them throwing them down into the fast moving water below. it's frustrating a lot of people are missing they could be under the stones yesterday
a child's body was found in the mud there are people buried here cyclonic die is a worse storm to hit zimbabwe since likely ilene nearly twenty years ago the impact was devastating it slipped away an entire community some people were sleeping at the time survivors say it happened just after nine pm on friday the water came from that direction and it kept rising and rising very quickly some people ran to a police camp which was near this area for safety but the water was too powerful and swept many of them away the floods ravaged several parts of eastern zimbabwe completely transforming parts of minicon and province it really has changed the landscape of his reform. as it is you know most of the bridges have been washed away. or certainly that the entrances approaches to the bridges have been washed away this makes bringing in the man a terrine aid more challenging and capa this is how people now get across to what
used to be a business into. the precarious makeshift bridge is meant to be temporary until a more permanent structure is built as long as this place is difficult to reach by road people here say they have to improvise there is an official death toll for the province but kmita leaders fear once the missing are accounted for that number could be much higher those who haven't found their relatives say they won't stop looking for them survivors believe those who weren't swept away joining the floods are buried somewhere under these boulders and might have. zimbabwe algerians have been out in huge numbers for a fifth straight day calling not only for the president to go but the rest of the government too they rallied in the capital algiers and in cities and towns elsewhere as more of the president's allies abandoned him one hundred german jhoom reports. for the fifth friday in a row demonstrators across algeria word into the streets gray skies did not cloud
their enthusiasm rain could not dampen their passion appropriate to the occasion this man carried an umbrella designed in the colors of his country's flag. we're coming from all over the country we're all one united under the umbrella of one nation we will keep protesting in the sun in the rain until we get what we want it's been almost a month since demonstrators led by the young began demanding president i've got as he's beautifully withdraw from running for a fifth term in office. the eighty two year old leader reversed his decision to stand for re-election but he also postponed polls that were due in april until he said political reforms could be implemented he remains the nominal head of the transition process which hasn't just further angered the protesters it's also deepened their resolve. to get it no matter how harsh the winter and rain will be no matter how bad the weather will be the regime is harsha we will keep on
protesting on thursday even judges joined the demonstrations this sit in outside a local court in the capital was meant to show solidarity with more than one thousand other judges who had earlier refused to oversee the upcoming election if president with a was a candidate another big setback for beautifully who also appears to have been deserted by his own party analysts believe friday's protests are among the largest demonstrations ever seen in algeria i think it would bus with up and the last week and it basically turned into president we. hope we have got the momentum and you and your government would leave for all of them the army chief says the public has expressed what he calls noble aims during the demonstrations analysts believe those words to be the strongest signal yet that the military may be distancing itself from with and the political elite who support him if so that would be
a problem for a president who's been in power for twenty years and a huge support for the hundreds of thousands of protesters who want to ensure the remnants of beautifully because government are gone for good mohammed. india has banned the prominent pro independence group in indian administered kashmir as part of a crackdown on dissent in the region the government accuses the general kashmir liberation front of raising money for armed groups it was previously banned in one thousand and ninety but was allowed to operate again after it lay down arms and turned to politics last month an attack by another group killed more than forty indian troops and raised tensions with neighboring pakistan two category four cyclons are heading towards australia as northern and western coast this weekend coastal areas are being warned about heavy rain and damaging winds from mcbride has the latest from port hedland. this is being described as
a massive weather event for which people on this part of the western australia coast have been preparing now for days stocking up on essentials and in the process emptying some supermarket shelves also sandbagging their homes and some people in low lying areas of places like here port hedland being told to evacuate their homes because of the expected to flooding both from the tidal surges which are expected to inundate lower areas but also from the huge amount of rain that is coming with this storm it's expected several hundred millimeters of rain is likely to fall that is almost a year's worth of rain from this one event and this is only one cycle own that australia is currently facing a second cycle encyclopedia rever is currently battering the coast of northern territory after cutting through northern queensland an unprecedented number of
people have been evacuated ahead of that storm's arrival it is very rare that australia as it is now facing two massive psych loans what makes cycling veronica potentially so dangerous is the fact that it's so slow moving for days now it's been out off the coast hardly moving at all but all the time being fed by the warm oceans underneath it gaining in size and strength so that as it now comes the sure it's potentially a monster of a storm. back in two thousand and sixteen britain second largest city voted to leave the e.u. by a tiny margin it's been divided ever since but there's one thing people in birmingham do agree on though their disappointment with how the whole thing has been handled leaves parker went to gauge opinions. ok sometimes i think. this is the sound of britain's political crisis
a shot in the tube with david cameron lyrics that speak of a nation that olds with itself is by ninety's popstar patchy indian who now coaches new artists on how to confront politics and on when i say breakthrough what does it make you think it makes me think everything that is wrong. is not i mean put it this way when you first had the votes did anyone know what they were voting about really is now we get into the nuts and bolts of it or maybe should've got to this point first before we had that vote if you like so i think a lot of it was the blind leading the blind is a view shared by many britons second city birmingham merrily voted to leave the e.u. more than two years on the city still divided over bricks it we spent all this time and achieved nothing it's just. that's what i think. we need a new prime minister just saying fact. it's all mom
thinking it's for the best but. i'm a bit lot this impeach were spending so much chance to customers a birmingham's oldest indian supermarket also reevaluating their choices more than twenty percent of the city has south asian ancestry owner jatin to dylan voted to remain for the city south asian community chose overwhelmingly to leave citing the arrival of cheap labor from the fringes of the e.u. as the main reason i think it was affectively to do with immigration i think i felt that immigration in these common areas was get out of control where my dad came. here is hard work they're working twelve fifteen hours you know twenty four hours just to make ends meet here but now it's the i think it's different i think people coming here and. it seems like the perception i'm getting from people is that it's easier. the remaining plays outside a popular pakistani restaurant. turned up the heat
a multicultural britain for many members of a community breaks it is seen as a positive opportunity after spending many try to place for themselves in this country conservative. safe work new waves of immigration yes and night because the possible impact of brecht's it on everything from food prices to freedom of movement becomes known many people now want a chance to change their minds second vote delayed departure whatever the next move could bring communities together or pull them further apart. permit them. time to recap the headlines here on al-jazeera now the mother of fourteen to
russian interference in the two thousand and sixteen u.s. election has been completed it's been handed over to the attorney general holder's side on which parts to make public thought of trump's political rivals the democrats are demanding the details of the reports be released immediately now that special counsel moller has submitted his report to the attorney general it's imperative for mr barr to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation and findings to congress attorney general barr must not give president trump his lawyers or his staff any sneak preview of special counsel mahler's findings or evidence and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence should be made public. diseases like cholera and malaria are emerging as the new threat to survivors in
storm ravaged parts of southern africa aid agencies say huge number of people need help especially in mozambique and zimbabwe. india has banned the pro independence group an indian administered kashmir is part of a crackdown on dissent in the region the government accuses the general kashmir liberation front of raising money for armed groups which was previously banned in one nine hundred ninety but was allowed to operate again after it lay down arms and to politics last month an attack by another group killed more than forty indian troops and raised tensions with neighboring pakistan protesters in algeria have been out in force again for a fifth friday calling for president are below seasonal to the entire establishment to step down they rallied in the capital algiers as well as in smaller cities across the country the white house says i saw no longer has any territory in syria but the us backed rebels the syrian democratic forces say they're still heavy
fighting with ice and then above all else where the armed group has been making its last stand the territorial defeat of isaw will be the end result of a four and a half year campaign it's one zero one east now stay with us. on counting the cost this week on al-jazeera we'll take a deeper dive into what's behind algeria's protests that oscar what it's really get from joining china's felton road initiative plus we'll take a look at the plight of venezuela struggling fishermen. counting the cost on al-jazeera. when the korean war split the country and her family's with one of the hottest separated by a border with a bit into cross. now some a finally being reunited with long lost relatives. one on one east follows a mother's emotional reunion with the some she lost soul more than sixty years ago
. when war broke out between the two koreas in one nine hundred fifty mrs lee fled south with her husband before year old son and hope that you daughter. in the storm of refugees the young mother stopped to nurse her by. she was separated for a few minutes from her husband and son a separation that would last forever. sixty eight years later mrs lee who had built a new life in seoul received a lesson with news of her lost family. you
are all the time on. the bridge cross fit this letter to mrs lee. delicious states that the son she lost sixty eight years ago is still alive and lives in north korea. in two weeks she can see him again. how do you feel privileged to have one minute in mind how good it could give up on the. humble make you all voted to go to defended to look after the hundred children did
we do you who does have other you know or do you get to be this sort of hot about it so. really you always so don't go there are no longer there we believe is where you love your thought oh don't she died i won't go if you're going to get can get whatever money will i didn't want you and i you know you also who know orders have the city of i know the area in my memory recall it was not love our monologue i know you don't know if you want to look the guy who founded got a phone with a one hundred pound going to motor yard improvement or don't give up most of us and you kill her dog move him or come on come on come on up or come on i'm a girl you don't know to get her to do mountain ridge and hold on your show.
i would your mind their boys and that i did good as a courtesy they got that i done now i'm going. going to go over and make. quite a job over now that a good kid is a sort of my leg without a head and then all my lingo bleeds and if you're not a head you're going to go and wouldn't i am going to kmart. today mrs levy is ninety one years old. together with a north korean who lost his wife during the flies mrs lee built a new life in south korea. they swore to stay together into a career was reunified and they could find their families. mrs lee is now a widow her two daughters and now helping her prepare for being reunited with her
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