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the capital city no i think that is. i'm against renaming us down a tourist soltan because a stone is a world brand everyone knows the standard from x y twenty seventeen and we always see international so much later that day we are happy that they make the capital after the first president and this will stay in history for the next generation to my grandchildren nearly one hundred women and children once part of feisal have been brought home to the russian region of chechnya russians were one of the largest groups of foreign fighters to join the armed group government policy now only repatriates children but still some are trying to reunite their families suffer and reports on the regional capital grozny. that was pregnant with her third child when she and her family crossed the border from turkey to join eisel she says they were lured by videos betraying a land of pure islam but found torture war and oppression instead fearing reprisals from eisel she doesn't want to show her face. there was a lot of injustice there
a lot of evil they not only tortured others those who were not from my school they were torturing that we do schooling there that's why the place fell apart it cannot be called islamic state things that took place there do not exist in islam after saddam's husband was killed she managed to contact chechen operatives and was put on a flight home where she became part of a deal radicalization program and it's carefully watched she was one of the last women allowed to return the russian government now only repatriate children much to the despair of hundreds of parents who come from all over russia to chechnya urging the authorities to bring back their daughters richest in the change to be harder to stay hopeful for the third year there's no news about the case the last phone call fatima received from her daughter was in february two thousand and seventeen. i was in mosul with her five children. we have the government will give
a chance with these girls to be reunited with their mothers if the author found if they are alive they should be able to live in a normal human atmosphere with the help of the state without any worries the organization who lobbied for their return has filed of more than seven hundred russian women and fifteen hundred children still missing. of course we are worried they were women who really wanted to get to the caliphate but those women are among the first to run away now they can get here illegally that is why if we bring them back through the program and under the close eye of the special services they will be less dangerous. while men who have returned were sent to prison women. i've been given money and a place to live as policy of rehabilitation for former eisel women has taken many by surprise. is perhaps better known for being a tough uncompromising leader and unexpected approach in a region known for its violent crackdown against people considered extremists so
this policy of returning women and children. territories is seen by some as a way for the beer of the both of those poor human rights record as well as the practical thankfully uncertain and to promote his stature as a muslim leader. that is now trying hard to convince the authorities to bring home more women despite criticism that she's helping people who joined a band organization she sees rehab asian of these women as the safest option making her the only hope for parents to be reunited with their children not only in russia but parents from as far away as germany have come to her for help stop faster al-jazeera cause any russia the two mosques in christ church attacked just over a week ago have now reopened police say they finished their investigations inside the allure and linwood moss have handed them back to the muslim community and the thomas was invited inside the mosque the first to have been attacked it has been
eight days since the mosque was attacked police have examined and photographed the scene and taken out the bodies builders have ripped out the carpets and repainted the walls at the gates people continue to pay their respects leaving flowers and messages of support forty one people were shot and killed here just over a week later the mosque has now been handed back to a muslim community still coming to terms with the tragedy. in a mosque they should have been safe. he would have just begun. you know we hear noises and stuff we just sort of oh yeah what's going on and don't think that it's a gunman on the loose or. just just totted who said what what i was praying in the mosque when the gunman came in they switched his first time back i fell down people
started falling on me and she just came in or they just started randomly shooting everyone i will since i was underneath the bodies that were going to get to me and then i stayed there he went out i still in get up. he came back in and it was a silence because almost no one was saying anything and it was it was like crazy you know and then i heard shots coming on from the fire inside the mosque there was also he's over there i was like ok you stay stopped stay calm and then suddenly you should come and shoot really close to me there was a really not a fear in my heart and qusay were forms were ringing and you find them and we should them. i could feel the blood over here is from the other person and i have to also feel the shots they were hitting that the bodies in front of me feel the pressure of the bullet i think it was there was a hole they were easily hit me then saddam's two three minutes ok it was you know because i couldn't hear if it's of the cause of carpet and they would come and shoot in front of me again was another shocker and then literally here the state
would doing shots. every ten minutes in groups of fifteen mosque leaders let people in the yard and. there's now no physical sign of the horrors of eight days ago no blood no o.p.'s bullet holes and virtually no noise. inside it looks and smells as though every wall has been freshly painted this coverings over all the carpets and the people inside rather standing in quite some time pleasure. for the price for what a mosque reopening is the first time he's felt at peace in days it's mean and her repeat week of dreams a lot of the last of the love her showed five bodies as well i'm happy that i did that yes but also i'm sad as well that i've lost my circle lost really close what was it was very yes last i heard major was. across the road
in the park where this week's friday prayers were held a game of cricket the sound of battle is the sound of christ church slowly moving on. andrew thomas al-jazeera cross church still ahead on al-jazeera they world champion let's first chances of a medal slip from his hands of the gymnastics world cup in qatar peter will have that story for you in just a moment. eternity . sick of us military occupation. my prison my freedom my heart beats my life by languages my occupation so the thought of even some of the us a little old school of well could have to move. to.
a rock and a hard to please coming. it is murder when you throw a firebomb into someone's home and need shit off trash you know. that's not insignificant in the embers that insignificant ideologically the insignificant event is a crime against the very significant by dictating big government in the fucked up policy. not kim the radicalized series on al-jazeera.
hello again time for the supporters here is puter. thank you very much three time grand slam champion stand brinker shows little sign of a return to form following his injury woes of the last eighteen months philip crane of each of serbia came from a set down to knock the swiss out of the miami open second round of rinker it was a friendship and finalist as recently as twenty seventeen but hasn't been the same since needs surgery later that year he battled hard in this one but lost on a tiebreaker five seven six two seven six. serina williams announced her withdrawal from the tournament on saturday citing a knee injury meanwhile patric of it of her was given a rough ride by croatia's donna vic each twenty three places divide these two in the rankings but held their own in a losing first set and fought back to take the second a bit of a too strong in the third the czech going through to the fourth round with a six all three six six four when. saturday's first round qualifies for next year's
european championships have come to an end ireland scraped a result at gibraltar while norway ran spain close in valencia italy content with a two no win over finland after a poor couple of years for. the big of sunday's game sees the netherlands take on germany in amsterdam the dutch cycled to training on saturday and have been on a bit of a roll recently with a three no win over the germans on the way to reaching the summer's nations league finals they got off to a good starting euro qualifying with a fall or winter belarus on thursday coach ronald cumin leading a resurgence since their absence from the world cup or caymans older brother irwin gaudi's hands on some silverware on saturday's a man team won the four nation and marine captivating singapore on penalties after drawing the final one one. it's been almost six weeks since former bahraini football or hockey a.b. was released from prison in thailand and he just made a successful return to the pitch came on as
a substitute for his australian team pascoe vale in their two no win over south melbourne he was arrested in bangkok in november while on honeymoon and threatened with extradition to bahrain despite having refugee status or a b. has since been given a straight answer to the ship it was supposed to be the day early in the macy's triumphant return to argentina national team duty instead it ended in a bad defeat of venezuela whose coach then threatened to quit because of political interference in his team messi missed six internationals after argentina were knocked out of the world cup venezuela won this friendly three one on friday and messi finished up with an injured growing but there was action off the pitch as well that's because venezuela coach. threatened to resign after verse visits from an official representing opposition leader kwan door before friday's game in madrid venezuela is in the midst of a power struggle between wide or and the president nicolas maduro
a comedy cellar where we said bracy in the i spoke to the vice president after the game and i've left my position at their disposal i've done it because i've noticed that all this time we have been swimming in the water because we are very politicised christchurch a super rugby team the crusaders played its first match since fifty people were killed in the mosque shooting last week the nine time champions hold a minute of silence alongside the words of players ahead of the game in sydney the crusaders are now considering changing the name because of its association with the new evil religious schools between christians and muslims. le bron james the first season with the l.a. lakers hasn't quite turned out as he might have hoped the brooklyn nets see limited l.a. from a playoff contention with a one hundred eleven one hundred six victory they will miss the playoffs for a franchise record sixth straight season despite the arrival of le bron who fell just short of his eighty first career triple double.
one of the favorites fell from grace on day two of the artistic gymnastics world cup in qatar world champion. is year sterling a tight grip on league horizontal bar event but the dutchman lost it on saturday missing out on a medal all together gold when two term serb of croatia with japan and cuba getting silver and bronze. so imagine a race that comprises running on sand dunes as well as trails and roads doable perhaps but what if you had to swim cycle kayak and shoot to well that's exactly what competitors in the summer there's a thick stream in qatar had to go through the grueling event concluded with the eighth and final stage on saturday defending champ pfizer the tummy taking first place and collecting around one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars for is if. more for coming up again later but that's it for now. and much more sports news on
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. ever your. millions in thailand get their first chance to vote since the military i'll say that the elected government in two thousand and fourteen. hello i'm sam is a guy and this is al jazeera live from doha coming up the u.n. the warns of a worsening situation in storm ravaged southern africa with the death toll has
passed seven hundred. i saw is forced out of its last scrap of land in syria u.s. backed kurdish forces those say the group still poses a threat plus. a terrifying ride for passengers on a cruise ship as its engines fail and rough seas push it towards the rocky shore. of thailand is voting in its first elections and symmetric who in two thousand and fourteen the leader of that coup cry you channel child wants to remain this prime minister through the ballot box his biggest challenge may come from poor thai the most prominent anti join to party it's linked to exiled former prime minister
thaksin shinawatra he was ousted by the army in two thousand and six as was his sister eight years later when a third group is led by the anti tax in democrat party which argues that it can form a government that neutral is also the future of forward policy charismatic billionaire front man is popular among younger people all voters will decide the make up of the five hundred seat house of representatives of the senate is appointed by the military. florence louis is in taksim chynna wants hometown of chiang mai lives to speak the first is called hyde leahy's in bangkok and so skull first of all that start with how's that looking. to me it's looking quite good quite honestly you know it's still early hours it's only been voting has only been going on for just over two hours now but we had early voting last week
and those numbers were very very big and we're also anticipating based on that and other opinion polls that there were going to be a lot of people coming out to vote and one thing to note you know we're at a polling station here the prime minister prime cast his ballot box just over my shoulder it's a little bit thin here now there's by about i say maybe dozen people here but you need to know there are over six thousand voting positions throughout bangkok so there are a lot of places lot of different places if you go and vote but overall we're expecting a very good turnout as you alluded to say i mean that's because this is a very critical vote for the people of thailand do people feel that the new electoral system that was given the policies of. skull. not really when you talk to particularly human rights observers you know over the last five years since the military government has been in control they rewrote the constitution and essentially in that constitution they stacked the deck in their favor that being because they get to
a point the military government and associates appoint the upper house the senate all two hundred fifty seats there needs to be three hundred seventy six seats for one party to form a government so obviously with maps and started they do have a party running today as well with that massive head start in their favor there are also other planks in that constitution that favor the military government that any support subsequent government has to follow a twenty year plan that they constructed so it's really going to be a democratic exercise today here on sunday but the government though ultimately be formed out of this election won't be all that democratic semi all right thanks scott for then it's continue now on the scene though we'll talk to florence louise she's in chiang mai so how much support does the opposition have in places like way you this point. well this is an area that can be considered a stronghold for tire that's the party linked to thompson the former prime minister
of thailand this is an area that could be counted on to deliver votes to tie and the reason for this is because the north and northeast parts of thailand are made up mostly of more rural and farming communities and thompson was one of the first politicians to pay attention to these communities he gave them access to cheaper health care to agricultural subsidies so these communities have remained largely loyal to thompson despite him having been in exile since two thousand and eight now and opinion polls suggest that the pad thai party is in the lead but they are unlikely to win enough seats to be able to form the next government on their own but they really shouldn't be ruled out because there is a new party future for it you mentioned that by young billionaire that it's captured the imagination of the younger generation and there are as many as the team the fent. first time voted in this election so if you cheer for gains and
nuff votes and they have said that they are anti military rule they could very well form a coalition with the potage party so it's a to what extent florence's this election season really is a referendum on the rule. well because of the way the deck has been the static you know a lot of democracy activists a lot of observers already saying that this is not a credible election this is not a free and fair election because no matter who wins the election the outcome is such that the military will still have a continued role a continued influence over type politics not just because of the way the electoral process is drawn up they've also drawn up a twenty year strategic plan that isn't trying to end the constitution that will bind successive governments to the general vision for thailand so whichever way going forward the military has carved out a place for itself now the so this vote really is seen as
a way that you know it's been painted as whether or not you choose the military or you choose and military party but in a sense the military is likely to have a continued influence in time politics however if the anti military groups even if they don't win enough seats to form the next government if they can win the popular vote and win by a decisive majority this can go some way in stripping some of that gets messy not only off this election but also from iran whoever forms the next government pursuant to these polls. or right thanks so much strong. at least one hundred thirty four full army herders have been killed in mali during an attack blamed on an ethnic militia group gunman dressed as traditional domes or hunters targeted the village of a gossip who that was in by cast district but also attacked another full on the village nearby ethnic violence has compounded an already dire security situation in
mali as desert regions which were used as a base by al qaida and ice linked groups. hunters are part of mali's largest ethnic group the nomadic for people are dispersed throughout the south and west africa the two communities often clash over access to land and water in january thirty seven people were killed in another four and a village that attack was also blamed on the done so often accuse the full army of ties with al qaeda linked fighters before they say that mali's military arms dons are hunters to attack them paul melly from chatham house says africa program says that accusation is yet to be established we don't yet know if the army has actually armed some of the traditional hunters what we do know is that over the sort of four or five years that this crisis in the center of the country is
accelerating the army has really struggled to maintain any control there been a lot of random attacks on military bases and particularly isolated military outposts for example or checkpoints where armed police or gendarme are checking on travelers and that has stirred up bitterness among the army the army is not always been as disciplined does it should have been not as well trained as it should have been and this is a very different situation from the north where for example the french and the u.n. forces are deployed in much greater force which is a bit nearer to a conventional sort of anti terrorist situation this is a really a mixed community situation with an awful lot of bitterness intentional that surrounds the death toll from a powerful cycle and that pummeled southern africa has passed seven hundred as diseases talk tens of thousands of survivors more than four hundred known to have died in mozambique alone but officials there and in zimbabwe in malawi say the
numbers will keep climbing as was his receipt cycle only die on least flooding rain and fierce winds when it hit last friday the u.n. is asking the world to provide more help to a the agencies who say they're overwhelmed tony berkeley's a mozambique's port city of vera most of which has been damaged or destroyed. they are tired and traumatized but at least these victims of cycling a safe now each one has their own harrowing story about the time the storms came each day more of them come mostly from boozy district. on monday which a batter is sixty five years of age he had a smallholding and lived alone he was rescued after spending four days stuck in a tree without food he says his life has changed forever i say i give little wolf a lot of i have nothing to go back to my farm my house all were destroyed there is nothing left i need to start afresh but i don't know how. he lives here now in the
sim or in michelle's school in bira along with twelve hundred other displaced people. christina arrived on saturday after surviving for four days on the roof of a church in boozy her foot was infected after she stepped on a piece of submerged roofing while waiting to safety her future like many others is something she finds difficult to contemplate i. know from now on life will be difficult i will need food i will need shelter he's crying for food now but i don't know what he will be crying for when we go back. these people are getting three meals a day and access to medical care so safe and sound and drive but they have no idea when they'll be able to go back to their homes that is if they have a home to go back to i. the massive emergency operation involves dozens of countries and it's costing more than fifty million dollars but the focus is now
changing at the moment think that the that has their cute phase of risk is pretty much over those people need to be lifted out of raging water. people and trees and the top of the houses most of that is as as as those people most of those people have been risking their artwork the think the focus area at the moment is relief getting that relief to the people who need it is now an urgent. r.t. before cholera and other diseases break out the situation is improving but there are still risks of further flooding sadly the risk of flooding is is ever present and ultimately we have red alerts now on two of the major rivers one is a busy flowing in from zimbabwe to the sea and the other is the breezy river which is a short fat flat river which floods very easily is already bad saul saturation of the dams are full so we're facing multiple risks that won't affect these people their concern is their next meal and how to rebuild their homes their communities and their lives tony berkeley.
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