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i've been fired he says that the board had not paid. protesters after the 1st wave of protests in early october the iraqi government vowed to hold those responsible for killing demonstrators to account now amnesty international is calling for an independent investigation into the use of tear gas and the deaths of all iraqi protesters natasha. baghdad. still ahead here on al-jazeera. musicians with a message about a massacre at a time when an indonesian province is beset by move on its.
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how i once again with some rather wet side at times when she weather affecting parts of the middle east the case a little further north is just around the black sea the caspian sea spilling out of turkey across the caucuses georgia or i mean you will see some very disturbed weather through saturday and going on in sea sunday as sweeps his way through northern parts of iran could see some of that wetter weather to run it around 20 degrees celsius south of that is generated by 29 celsius there for baghdad with kuwait city little cloud just coming back into syria maybe into lebanon as well as we go on through the next couple days but by right around 24 degrees think of sunshine and also sunshine meanwhile across the arabian peninsula we do still have some rural the murky conditions still affecting the fall south of amman from the pool saw a clone that's going to continue drifting towards the horn of africa wet weather coming in here there is lot of these to be some flooding as a result of that system july weather talking bad. in behind in the next system
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waiting out into the open waters for next week that said we want to keep an eye on some of the tear into central and eastern parts of south africa at the moment to new making its way further eastwards. was another day another explosion. from one of the thousands of i.e.d. strewn through the landscape of this lawless tribal region in pakistan with only the most basic equipment of film this bomb disposal unit are determined to counter the horrors of the relentless taliban and start. armed with faith a witness documentary. on al-jazeera.
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welcome back you're watching al-jazeera with me so i hope rom the reminder of our top stories donald trump is fired back at attempts to impeach him at a rally in mississippi the impeachment avesta geisha is about to go public after the house approved a resolution setting the rules for hearings there's been a candlelight vigil for more than 250 people killed in protests across iraq in the past month more than 10000 people have been wounded in the rallies which were sparked by anger over corruption and unemployment. but at least one person has been killed following retaliatory air strikes on gaza warplanes and drones targeted sites affiliated to the hamas group those israeli strikes followed the launch of 10 rockets that were fired from gaza into israel. so the flooding across
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a large swathe of somalia has left more than a quarter of a 1000000 people searching for shelter and it could get even worse aid agencies say at least 10 people have died in the town of balad twain west of the capital mogadishu and to. 170000 have been displaced with large parts of central and southern somalia underwater priyanka gupta reports. roads have turned into rivers in central and southern somalia i people here are struggling with rising floodwaters after days of unexpected heavy rainfall in towns and villages are submerged families are displaced. thousands of hectares of farmland are destroyed. aid agencies say to try to diseases like cholera and malaria are real. and hunger nums latch. on to believe that we desperately need help here from anyone who can help us things are bad and help means to come fast
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before it's too late. the oktober down pose came after one of somalia's tries trini seasons in more than 3 decades. before the flood there was a serious drought here now many of these areas a cut off because of floods with people trapped inside their homes there are 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 our we did our best and we'll continue looking for more dead bodies more than 1000000 people are affected by floods across 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 al jazeera. dozens of soldiers have been killed in a suicide attack on
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a military base in northeastern mali the army says more than $35.00 soldiers died in the attack on a post and in the in the region but it says the number could be higher the group has yet claimed responsibility. the u.s. state department has labeled iran as the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism it's part of an annual report which claims that tehran spends nearly a $1000000000.00 a year supporting what the u.s. describes as terrorist groups the report says the groups of iran's proxies expand its quote malign influence across the globe. schools and banks have reopened in lebannon the after 2 weeks and the government protests but fears people will rush to withdraw money have led to restrictions on how much can be said to broad prime minister saad hariri stepped down earlier this week after allegations of corruption and a downturn in lebanon's economy stephanie decker has more from beirut. after 2 weeks of closure the banks finally unlocked their doors there are more people than usual
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but no panic. or sort of the us some to produce fictions it is not very annoying the crowds are not that big i was expecting long queues it is above the normal days by a little there are some distinctions on the diligence actions with a give us $2500.00 per week only but they place noticed actions on lebanese pounds the cap on withdrawals and foreign transfers are a way to prevent a mass outflow of funds lebanon's economy is already at breaking point so the banks are open schools and universities are slowly following suit and despite some back and forth most of the roads are open to so a sense of normalcy is slowly being restored across the country but by no means is lebanon's political crisis over in fact you could argue it's only just beginning. for the 3rd time since the protests began hezbollah's secretary general an arguably the most powerful man in the country addressed the nation a son this time
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a said he didn't support prime minister sad how did his resignation and question the road ahead and walk and what we worry about is a power vacuum that is our concern supposedly in the coming days they will have to designate a new prime minister to form a new government all the lebanese must cooperate in order to avoid a power vacuum and the new government should be the government there regains the trust of the people and that should be a priority. president michel aoun spoke on thursday night a scheduled speech marking his 3 years in office he hinted at a possible nonpolitical government saying ministers from now on should be chosen based on their qualifications and not political affiliations but for many here they are empty words decades of mismanagement and corruption have eroded all layers of trust between the people out protesting and those who have run this country for decades there is also still no date set for the next step in the political process
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the binding consultations between parliamentary parties and the president and they're needed to propose a name for the position of prime minister a role reserved for a sunni muslim sad how do you see who's now serving as caretaker prime minister could be nominated again the message from the street is that words and promises will do nothing to appease the they say the only way to end this is through real palpable action and real change stephanie decker al-jazeera beirut. indigenous groups. vying to rip out all illegal drug crops to spite increasing the risk of violence after 5 leaders were killed this week in the region officials say the groups who profit drug trafficking. report from. southwest colombia. traditional funeral. who died defending their tribal land there are 2 or 4 indigenous guards killed last
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tuesday together with. the leading of their reservation. the leader of the guard the volunteer army of people who defend their territory armed only with their ceremonial sticks he says there's a plan on their way to exterminate them. they want to hit the indigenous because it's one of the strongest elements of the indigenous movement they want to control . there's an increasingly complex network of violent groups operating in long at the center of colombia's conflict that the mobilization of gravels left a vacuum the new groups are trying to fill after a brief lull in the violence following the signing of a peace deal in 2016. when the park existed and they planned on killing someone or we knew someone was under threat we could reach out to the political
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structure ask what was going on we had some we could talk to today we don't have anybody. like in the days of the internal conflict graffitti along the road announced the presence of rebel groups but it's unclear what they represent except for the interests of the drug traffickers. early on friday the car in which the indigenous governor was killed and they were straddling was burned to the ground a way to destroy evidence or simply send another terrifying message to the community but despite the threats the plan to rid their territory of illegal drug crops in 6 months even if it could increase the violence. that's why we need to do it collectively with the entire population and that's why we need the international community to assist us and protect us and avoid violence when we operate the plants on friday president said he was sending the head of the army to the region to
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coordinate a promised increase in military presence but for most here it will do little to stop the vicious cycle of killings alison that i'm just you know. thousands of protesters have again turned out for anti government rallies in chile they've been protesting in the council santiago about economic inequality police used water cannon and tear gas on the demonstrators the unrest across the country has hit the tourism industry hard hotel reservations are down by half and many are canceling trips after chile pulled out of hosting 2 major summits they are expected to attract between 40 and 50000 extra visitors in the next 2 months. from santiago. thousands of people have once again taken to the streets other chilean capital today now marks the 40th day in a row the 2 week mark since the arm rest began here and she led if it's not thousands of people it's tens of thousands of people mostly peaceful protesters
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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 perception of growing inequality complaining about low wages low pensions illegal access to health care and education and one of the biggest things that's angered so many people here in the country is they contain. heavy handed crackdown by police state of emergency and the military of course curfew has ended but police are still using tear gas they're still using water cannons to disperse mostly peaceful protesters 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 event hosted by women 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 the constitutional convention to draft a new constitution and short of that people will not not leave the streets if
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anything people are tell us that they're going to continue to march protest and demonstrate for as long as it takes more than a year after a spectacular rescue which captured the world's attention the tiny cave where young footballers were trapped for almost 3 weeks has reopened to visitors but these are the 1st visitors to the time wrong cave complex since the boy's dramatic rescue about 2000 people lined up to view the entrance of the complex among them was some of the divers involved in the rescue 12 boys and their coach were trapped in the cave the 18 days because the flooding. in schools have been closed in new delhi after a health emergency was declared in the capital a thick haze has shrouded the city for the past week caused by farm fires but made worse by construction now all building work has been banned and there are plans to restrict the use of cars next week pollution particles have reached 9 times the safe level. up ones in australia are calling all the government to speak out
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against recent violence in the indonesian province that they fled dozens of people have been killed since mid september with indonesia's government banning foreign journalists and diplomats from visiting the province to help focus attention exile popcorns have put together a book and a music album describing a previous massacre under thomas reports. the song commemorates massacre one. survived in 1908 hundreds of papuans gathered around an independence flag people had raised above a water tower at the highest point on that part of papua they called for an end to what they considered indonesian occupation a new book and digital album of britain testimony pictures music and animation describes what happened next. the flag flew for 4 days before indonesian troops took it down brutally this
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recent video shows a bullet hole in the water tower so more than 100 people scaling why. we wanted to come up with something that was real had a really strong melanesian sound. so it was artistically strong culturally strong and politically strong as well. the aim is a formal investigation into the b.f. massacre in 2015 indonesia's government did set one up into it and other human rights violations in papua but by late 216 the investigation stalled. a team to collect. evidence from the police from the local military command from the national commission on human rights from the attorney general's office but it's
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right there there was no more progress after august 2016. these human rights violations happened a long time ago but the president does care but because it's such an old case opening the documents is complicated the president is paying attention and we want a future where human rights violations won't happen again. but the release of the album and book comes just as violence in papa has spiked once again behind this music wanted to draw attention to a past atrocity but also to what's happening now. dozens of people have been killed in recent weeks in violence which began with protests against racism but which as in the past developed into calls for independence from indonesia president djoko would otoh says he is ready to meet pro independence leaders in papua to resolve the crisis but it's unclear whether independence itself will be up for
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discussion. in the meantime papuans in exile hope that in part through music they can help keep attention focused on the province they fled andrew thomas al jazeera. and you can follow all of those stories on the web sites updated through the day by al-jazeera dot com. georgiades there with me to hold the reminder of our top news stories donald trump fired back at attempts to impeach him at a rally in mississippi the impeachment investigation is about to go public under the house approved a resolution setting the rules for hearings trump is accused of pressuring ukraine's president to investigate his democratic rival joe biden now corrupt
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politicians there she follows. shifting out of sheer shifting. and the me are continuing with the 3rd direct. impeachment which and this is one i never thought i'd be involved in the word impeachment to me it's a dirty word. health officials in gaza set least one person has died after israel carried out retaliatory strikes israel's military carried out raids on camps belonging to palestinian groups in the gaza strip consular officials say 2 others were injured in the strikes it was in response to the firing of 10 rockets from the gaza strip into israel's southern territories. hundreds of people in the iraqi city of basra have marched in memory of those killed in protests across the country at least 250 people have been killed in the past month more than 10000 people have been wounded in rallies which were sparked by anger over corruption and unemployment the president has vowed to hold early elections but has yet to
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announce when aid workers fear that severe flooding throughout somalia could lead to the outbreak of cholera or malaria more than a quarter of a 1000000 people have been forced from their homes and at least 10 have died the region is now bracing for another tropical storm. and a number of soldiers have been killed in a suicide attack on a military base in north eastern mali the army says 35 soldiers died to the attack in the menarche region they've been warned that the number could change and the group has yet taken responsibility for protests against economic inequality continue in chile with thousands of people marching in the capital santiago police use water cannon and to gas on the demonstrators the unrest across the country has hit the tourism industry hard with hotel reservations down by half withdrew from hosting to may just summits which would have brought in tens of thousands of people and of course you can follow those stories on our web site as ever dot com and back
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