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it was including control over its land but it isn't yet clear exactly who is behind the recent killings analysts say the attacks show an emerging division between kashmiris and meetings. but absolves employers says he has assured his workers of their safety to whatever extent he can the workers say the locals are friendly. my entire business is dependent on them because they are more skilled at this task than the. days before the program attack 5 truckers were killed in also in the south of indian administers and a rebel stronghold. this is never happened before you're scared now i don't know why you are feeling so scared. shortly after our visit police visited the factories in and asked the workers to leave for their own safety even as new delhi insists normalcy has returned for non-cash media workers here the valley has become unsafe
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and its future uncertain. al-jazeera but damn indian administers. british police say they now believe all $39.00 margret's found dead in a refrigerated truck near london were from vietnam a 2nd man from northern ireland has been charged with multiple counts of manslaughter 23 year old i'm in the harrison appeared in court in dublin where he faced $41.00 charges and is awaiting extradition they have been to arrests in vietnam more funerals have been held for some of the 5 indigenous leaders killed in colombia the government is blaming armed groups connected to the drug trade leaders and activists who stand up to traffickers are often targeted. yet he reports from the coca province in southwest colombia. indigenous nasa community held funerals traditional funerals for 3 of the 5 indigenous leaders that were killed in
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this location last tuesday allegedly by members of a dissident group of the former fire rebels but the reality is that these killings is just the tip of the iceberg of an increasingly complex reality of different armed groups that are operating in this region trying to fill the vacuum that was left by the demobilization of the fire in the signing of a peace deal back in 2016 and truly the colombian government has been unwilling or unable to implement that peace agreement and then as a people here say that so they have been left essentially to deal with this problem as their own as these groups have been moving and and tretton the population and increasingly killing their indigenous leaders and also members of the indigenous guard this volunteer group of indigenous people to protect their territory
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and it's also clear that this situation is not going to be easily solved the car that you see behind me is the one that was in our last piece and was crippled by bullet on tuesday but somebody in the night between thursday and friday burnt it to the ground in another clear terrifying message to the community here telling them that they will have no peace. a new wildfire in the u.s. state of california has destroyed homes and forced thousands of people to leave the area this video shows the moment the so-called reify erupted in the hills above ventura county about 100 kilometers northwest of los angeles the flames quickly spread across more than 3 and a half 1000 activists at least 13 wildfires burning across the state's brazilian police of blame to greek flag ship for an oil spill that's damaged thousands of kilometers of the country's coastline oil began washing up 2 months
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ago in brazil's northeast killing scores of wildlife and forcing the closure of hundreds of beaches google is stepping into the health market bind fitness track if it bid for just over $2000000000.50 it was one of the 1st in the market but its value has plummeted following fierce competition the takeover is pending approval from regular licensed fitbit says it's never sold personal health dr and this one change. to google fitbit is a fitness band it's not technically a direct competitor to the apple watch but there are model the fit bit which have effectually most of the features of the apple watch certainly many of them and there are the potential for fit to evolve into a much more advanced product competing with the apple watch also offering such things as a for be a lay ssion and electrocardiogram monitoring things of that nature which makes it not just a fit if device but a health device but as you point out there's
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a lot of data that can be gleaned from all of the people wearing these devices including things like their heart rate and their fitness activity than their flipping patterns google did faith or fitbit did say that they are going to continue with their strong privacy regulations and they would not merge their data with google ads but going forward one doesn't know what could happen in the future but it is a concern i think that privacy and security of course the concern here. so. the world cup final and the sports.
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thank you very much saturday sees the rugby world cup final take place between england and south africa where they diverse make up of both teams are in stark contrast to the sport's whites upper class roots for the 1st time the springboks were going to a world cup final with a black captain in theory and their hopes that a win for his team could inspire people from across the african continent to take up the sport or research reports from the oklahoma believe it's 24 years since south africa's highest achievement in rugby was also part of a turning point in the country's history but now a team of players born in the early days of nelson mandela's rule is showing that the springboks victory at world cup $9095.00 was not a false dawn as they prepare for saturday's spinal against england. mandela's
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presidency was just over a year old when he handed the trophy to captain francois pienaar uniting a deeply racially divided country behind their team even so the squad was all whites apart from winger chester williams who died just 2 weeks before world cup 2019 began in japan last month. now the team's 1st ever black captain c. achilles is leading a lineup studded with stars from the rural areas and the townships coach rossi rasmussen achieving a step up in performance alongside the transformation of the squads racial balance of the group lives to see the. good. guys you know that are really. deserving of the places in this world so he was really honest. with you to get the balance group
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a really good team that really represents all countries and i think you know we have achieved good a south african win on saturday could have ripple effects beyond its borders african rugby leaders believe the sight of a black african lifting the world cup would give the rest of the continent a sporting icon it's been looking for you don't think you need to log in africa despite all the talent we have there's not the same opportunity we have a 1000000 players it's a big number but it can triple quadruple there's no limit and victory for the south african team representing africa can help attract that with youth towards this ideal of being the best in the world blocking the way in yokohama will be a formidable england team whose own diversity has also been an advantage players of nigerian and pacific island heritage among others making a traditional rugby powerhouse even stronger england's performances so far make them favorites to repeat that world cup triumph of $10003.00 and avenge their
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defeat to the springboks in the final 4 years later but with south africa struggling both a traditional rugby territory and a potentially huge new on victory for them here could mean lifting a continent as well as a cup. paul aris al-jazeera yokohama meanwhile 3 time rugby world champions the zealand have ended their campaign on a hard by winning the 3rd place play off against whilst the all blacks started in dominant fashion with loose head prop gerry movie charging the best part of train t 5 latest across the line for the are opening char of the match a pair of ben smith tries in the 10 minutes before half time in short the kiwis were in no danger of losing this fixture they were running 6 strides in total and a 40 points to 17 when he's encouraged steve hansen bows out as does his wireless counterparts warren got. this jersey you know it does mean a lot you know it's been kind of off for a long time and you know it's just you know for me it's. you know you try to leave
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it in a bit of pressure. variance and you. are good to tennis the rough in a drought is continuing his bid for a maiden paris masters title and a chance to regain the world number one ranking the expanded it into the semifinals after beating joe wilson song a 7661 on friday. they well number one the current well loved ones are that joke which also injured our last full onslaught he wasted little time in getting revenge or special loss 60 votes to beat him in shanghai just 3 weeks ago djokovic started tightly dominant this time around winning 6160 in less than an hour ok to the doubly t.a. finals in chen's and in china now and defending champion that's lena won her final group stage game on friday ukrainian was up against americans to be a kenyan he's only playing here because of bianca and excuse injury with through the nina coming out on top in straight sets waiting for her in the semifinals switzerland bellied into danger. while number 2 carrier piscator
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also into the last full set of her match against the monaghan at 6 love but lost the 2nd 16 to keep the czech player provided in the decisive set 64 to set up a stunning final showdown with well number one i think. it was houghton was quickest during 2nd practice to sunday's american grand prix in austin the miscellanies drive a cood when his 60 worlds hartle on sunday well ahead of that race formula one of america's brand new rules and a revolutionary new car designed for the 2021 season in an effort to make the sport more competitive in the regulations following 2 years of the go see a sions between the team's f one and the sport's governing body the f r i i think they're very well thought through thing is a turning point in for long and one that we're all massively committed to but it won't be a smooth road nobody things and challenges will have in the future produce an absolutely essential to future for more. well some of the new measures include the
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new car design which f one says looks better and will allow for more competitive racing for the 1st time f one will introduce spending restrictions with team budgets limited to one $175000000.00 a year race weekends will be made shorter from 4 days to 3 which in turn will free up time in the calendar for all races which could now be increased to $25.00 grand prix the season also racing in the $30000000.00 breeders cup meeting has begun at the santa anita park race course in southern california concerns have been raised for safety with $36.00 animals dying at the venue since last december the track safety record has improved since a ban was implemented on medications used on race day to mask or injuries a record number of it will be at the track checking each horse before the race and that is all useful for now more later. before it has this beginning buried in style
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more than a quarter of a 1000000 people in somalia forced out of their homes by severe flooding. stan grant this is al jazeera live from doha also another huge show of antigovernment anger in chile. live pictures coming to you from
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a rally in mississippi where donald trump will address the party faithful after taking aim at his rival's are the impeachment groups. syria's president vows to recapture all territory lost during the conflict even if it means going to war with a. severe flooding across a large swathe of somalia has left more than a quarter of a 1000000 people searching for shelter and it could get even worse. at least 10 people have died in the town of bill that wind west of the capital mogadishu and $270000.00 have been displaced with large parts of central and southern somalia under water but there's another tropical storm on the y. and that could affect about a 1000000 people in the east africa region priyanka gupta reports. roads have
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turned into rivers in central and southern somalia. people here are struggling with rising floodwaters after days of unexpected heavy rain for. towns and villages. families displaced. thousands of hectares of farmland destroyed. aid agencies say the trick. diseases like cholera malaria are real. and hunger. i'm going to get them we desperately need help here from anyone who can help us things are bad and help needs to come fast before it's too late. the oktober down pose came off to one of somalia's tries trini seasons in more than treat decades. before the flood there was a serious drought now many of these areas a cutoff because of floods with people trapped inside their homes there are
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casualties but it's not known just how many people have died. we are working on rescue operations we so far have managed to find the dead bodies of 5 people thanks to a law we did our best and will continue looking for more dead bodies more than 1000000 people are affected by floods across the east africa and people in somalia south sudan and kenya i'm now bracing for more rain that could last for up to 6 weeks and a tropical storm in the coming days priyanka gupta on 0. thousands of protesters have turned out for an anti government rally in chile's capital santiago the on going on rest across the country has hit the tourism industry hard hotel reservations a down by half and many a counseling trips after the counting pulled out of hosting by just somebody i respected to bring between 40 and 50000 days to visitors to the country of the next 2 months. as the latest study out of. thousands of people have once again taken
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to the streets of the chilean capital today now marks the 40th day in a row the 2 week mark since the armrest began here and she led if it's not thousands of people it's tens of thousands of people mostly peaceful protesters that are once again calling out a number of grievances here in the country the one thing that all of these demonstrators have in common is this person. action of growing inequality complaining about low wages low pensions and equal access to health care and education and one of the biggest things that's angered so many people here in the country is the continued heavy handed crackdown by police the state of emergency and the military of course curfew has ended but but police are still using tear gas they're still using water cannons to disperse mostly peaceful protesters and this is one of the things that's made people so angry that it's been an eventful day earlier there was early on friday there was a head event hosted by women
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a silent march in the city despite today being a national holiday people are still out on the streets calling for the resignation of the country's president and even deeper than that calling for systemic change a constitutional convention to draft a new constitution and sort of that people will not not leave the streets if anything people are tell us that they're going to continue to march protest to demonstrate for as long as it takes. the u.s. president to address supporters at a rally in mississippi shortly as the impeachment investigation against him is about to go public the house of representatives approved a resolution on thursday to set the rules for hearings donald trump is accused of pressuring kiev to investigate these democratic rival joe biden during a call in july let's go to roslyn jordan though he's in washington d.c. now and rosa while the political level this is being
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a deeply partisan issue how's that playing out will broadly with the public. well it's just as partisan if not more so stan a new poll from the washington post and a.b.c. news finds that the country at least those who were surveyed are split 49 percent are in favor of impeachment proceedings and the removal of the president and 47 percent are opposed when you take a look at those who were surveyed based on their political affiliation 82 percent of democrats want the impeachment proceedings to go forward and the president to be removed while 82 percent of republicans don't want the proceedings and don't want the president removed this is of course a situation that donald trump the u.s. president has been criticizing almost from day one and he certainly did not hesitate to criticize it yet again just before he left for mississippi on friday
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afternoon. omri i'm not well i think i am pro operating because you know what i'm in front of you now you have hit the ship with a let me just tell you you have a corrupt politician leading this thing he lies he links he's done so many things that a corrupted lucky's got immunity and he turned up and he made up a statement that i that he said i said it i didn't say it and it was only people when they went back and looked at the record the prince debate better with bourbon he's a corrupt politician nancy pelosi she should spend more time working on her district which is going to hell what is happening in san francisco is sad you look at the homeless population you look at the problem but nancy pelosi said go back to your district because she has totally lost control of her house and i'll tell you what
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you're going to many more democrats come on our side. roseland that's been told trump strategy has not to blame the democrats and called least a witch hunt but what's going to be critical here is when the hearing goes from private to public what should we be looking out for all. well it's not going to happen immediately this coming week the congressional investigators who have been holding these closed door sessions are going to be investigating and in her dealing several more trumpet ministration officials including possibly the former national security advisor john bolton perhaps as early as on thursday there's also going to be an interview apparently of a top white house lawyer who apparently told one of the n.s.c. officials to never discussed so the conversation that donald trump had with his ukrainian counterpart back on jan on july 25th if that person does not show up for
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his questioning on monday he could be found in contempt of congress and he could be jailed it just depends on whether or not he decides to ignore the congressional subpoena there you see to my left a picture of this campaign rally in tupelo mississippi where the president is expected to be speaking to a very favorable audience an audience that extensively would be voting for him a year from now in the 2020 presidential election and we expect stan that donald trump is going to devote part if not all of his rally to denouncing the ongoing impeachment inquiry rosen thank you for that this wasn't pointed out those pitches were coming to you live if the rally was to wanting for donald trump to space. well russia and turkey have started joint patrols in northeastern syria ankara wants to establish what it's calling a safe zone in the border region and it wants fighters from the largely kurdish
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syrian democratic forces to retreat as reports from some nerve the the turkish syrian border. the most crucial phase of the turkish russian agreement on a safe zone in north eastern syria is underway there joint patrols will fill the void left by the withdrawal of the largely kurdish syrian democratic forces or as the last month turkish backed opposition fighters swept through s.d.f. territory they now control an area that stretches from tel aviv to arthur lane along the border with turkey the joint patrols will be conducted west and east of that area. they include the outskirts of could by any man bit telerate fired and all towns and villages east of us a lane to maliki on the border with iraq. syrian president bashar al assad has promised to recapture all the territory including even if it means going to war
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with turkey. the syrian land is wired and the theater of operations is one from the far south to the far north the turk is the american agent in this war we were fighting this aged turkey everywhere and whenever it struggled to do what it wanted it left no option but war this is obvious but i say we will need to keep open the opportunity for the political process in all its forms and if it didn't produce results then we consider them an enemy and it will get to war there is no other option for. this is tell of recently taken over by turkish back syrian national army as a day 8 years since the start of the conflict in syria the city has changed hands many times. our assault demand and that of our people since the start of the revolution is the downfall of the dictator who has killed people and destroyed the country and for the time being russia and turkey would have
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a biggest say in northeastern syria the only reason syrian government troops are struggling to bring under their control russia back. and rejects any attempt to sideline him turkey on the other hand backs the opposition and fears a permanent presence of the s.d.f. on its border the 2 countries though have a different view about the future of the country and this may be an obstacle to finding a solution. the israeli military says 10 rockets have been fired from the gaza strip into its southern territories the army says the rockets were intercepted by the country's iron dome missile defense system local media have reported the air raid sirens being heard across southern israel there have been no reports of injuries or deaths a number of soldiers have been killed in a suicide attack on a military base in northeastern mali the mullion army says 35 soldiers.


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