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balun to the demands of the people iraq's prime minister announces he will resign after weeks of violent anti-government protests. i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up a stabbing in central london leaves 2 people dead while the suspect that shot dead by police. will be an opposition leader moreas released from prison pending a trial over a major corruption case plus. i'm onshore in a forest in my paper the home to thousands of indigenous people they say they are living in a constant fear of fiction but that they are determined to fight for what they claim is their habitat.
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weeks of deadly anti-government protests could finally force a major political change in iraq the prime minister has announced he intends to resign who took charge just last year says he will submit his resignation to parliament and was on the scene as the news emerged and has this report from back at. the celebrations were instantaneous as soon as it up the prime minister added the announced his intention to resign anti-government demonstrators but that's to the square practically threw a party. the stunning development came a day after more than 50 people were killed by security forces in one of the bloodiest days of violence since the anti-government protests erupted in early october. it was just over a year ago that he was appointed prime minister as a consensus candidate between an. political blogs. throughout the streets on friday
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cheering singing even dancing optimism on full display oh shut up today the iraqi people are happy but we only consider this as a 1st step we demand the resignation of all lawmakers and we call on the judiciary to put them on trial immediately. the protesters making it clear that cosmetic changes will not suffice they are after a complete overhaul of the political system in iraq the mood here a dire square has turned celebrates worry but all around us there are stronger reminders of those who have lost their lives during these protests here you see people who are praying for the memories of anti-government demonstrators who were killed by security forces and college students told me he and his fellow protesters are more encouraged than ever to keep coming out on to the streets and risk their lives if you are going to do it under no doubt of that album isn't only adela just
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a cover he wants to topple the whole regime and it's been a corrupt system for the last 16 years a corrupt system that negatively impact society and politics the economy and it's even had a psychological impact on us a lot for some time and not brought her whole family so they could all witness a historic moment together and you know as we just shot it today we have to come and participate because this iraq is our iraq this country is our country and this pain is our pain the youth who have been demonstrating are like all our children they have to take their rights because corruption won't last forever. inspiring words that may help transcend the deep pain felt by so many in iraq these praying constantly not just for the dead but also the living. but that. then arrest in iraq has been ongoing for weeks now the protests began in the capital baghdad over high unemployment and claims of corruption and then spread
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across the country from there now despite public support from key religious and political figures by october 4th about $65.00 people have been killed in clashes with security forces the protests subsided when the prime minister released a plan including subsidies and housing for the poor but crowds returned to the streets angry with the government in what they say was iran's influence on november 3rd the iranian consulate and karbala was attacked and this week demonstrators set fire to the iranian consulate in this job sparking another explosion in violence the death toll from most 2 months of anger now stands at least $400.00. as a former iraqi ambassador to the united nations explains what will happen when album audio resigns and how it could shake up the iraqi parliament when the prime minister resigned the suing the parliament except resignation it is deemed that the entire cabinet saw. to the iraqi constitution what occurs next is that. the president will be acting prime minister but he has
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a certain amount of time to name. the prime minister designate who then has 15 days to form a cap but he has to form a cabinet and obtain the approval by a simple majority vote of the. parliament so this is sort of mechanically what has to happen but what is difficult to see is that the impasse that resulted in the aftermath the becoming prime minister in the 1st place that empowered to still in place it's difficult to see that in that short period of time in 2 weeks the parliamentary parties will be able to agree not only on the prime minister but on a new slate of. cabinet officers we don't actually know what their positive vision is we know what they're against it isn't clear to me that they know what it is that they're for or how to get there so that the slogans of the secular state and of corruption opportunities for all these are slogans this is not
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a political agenda there's no better ship to these demonstrations it appears and in a way forward does not immediately present itself where is likely to result in more chaos as in a in the near. end state that's my fear too people have been killed in a knife attack in the heart of central london police say the suspect 28 year old this month khan was also shot dead during the sensitive he had been convicted of terrorism related offenses in 2012 but was released early from prison under unspecified conditions paul brennan has this report from london. it was a life or death struggle witnessed by hundreds of shocked bystanders the man in the gray sweater is pinning the london bridge attacker to the ground and police drag him clear and as the attacker rises the police officers fire try to get off the bus because i can't and i started running and then i heard gunshots 5 or 6 pumps and i see more police officers running towards the bridge and i'm running that place was
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running out soon as a police passed us the side of his gun shops i was shim it was also popped i don't really know what on sounds out but there was there was gunshots quite a few of them from another angle mobile phone footage shows how several members of the public overpowered the attacker before the police arrived the man in the black coat is seen removing one of the 2 large knives which the attacker had been holding an explosives belt which the man was wearing turned out to be fake but the police did not know that by this point 05 people had been stabbed and seriously wounded and despite the immediate attention of paramedics 2 of the victims later died. my heart goes out to their loved ones and to the 3 further injured victims. who i understand are being treated in hospital and of course to everybody who has been affected by today's terrible and mindless events. the
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police are treating the attack as a terrorist incident the prime minister returned to downing street for a briefing with the security chiefs he then briefed the opposition leader jeremy corbyn this country will never be cowed or divided or intimidated by this sort of attack and of values our british values will prevail we have to remember that we live in a democratic society and those that would seek to silence us will not succeed our democracy must be alive and vibrant. it's just 2 years ago that 8 victims lost their lives in another attack of london bridge in that incident 3 men used a rented van to mow down pedestrians and then rammed through the nearby market area indiscriminately stabbing people before being shot dead by armed offices in that attack they were inspired by so-called islamic state the background and possible motives of this latest attack on the immediate focus of the police and security
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services there is an intensive ongoing police operation down here at the south side of london bridge people are still filtering out from where they've been held in quarantine essentially in their offices and in their homes now being allowed out we've also seen an unmarked police car moving at speed through the police cordon and on to the bottom of the bridge this investigation will take many more hours many more days paul brennan al-jazeera london bridge and pro opposition leader cake a 40 mori has been released from jail embraced supporters who gathered outside the prison to celebrate her early release she is the daughter of proof former president she was serving an 18 month pretrial sentence for allegedly receiving bribes from the brazilian construction company out of brag are an essential as has more from proof capital. she was freed up to the constitution most 5 years ago approved 7 leave us corpus requested by her sister as she has been in jail for
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2018 and wanted to know her imprisonment for accepting money for her presidential campaign from all the rich then giant construction company 'd it has been a common thing for home edition like her businessman so most presidents are under investigation now having received money from brazilian companies now her release doesn't mean that she is free of charge is the best geisha is to her. receiving money from other rich concealed she could return to jail but prosecutors jailed her because they thought that she think said that she was obstructing justice and that she could leave the country so now of course there's a huge complaint from the prosecutor is there are
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a lot of people of course who are in favor of the body supporters of her that are very happy that she's out now but like i say she could go back to jail quite soon pulmonary negotiations between the u.s. and the afghan taliban have resumed the taliban come for me and formal talks as u.s. president all trump made an unannounced visit to afghanistan talks were canceled by trump in september following an attack by the taliban. still ahead on al-jazeera. in mock psycho neat idea of a state and pots obvious zimbabwe i know how to. tell you and many families are still struggling. in our investigation that sent shock waves to malta his government the prime minister could be next to resign.
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hello again it's good to have you back well here across parts of turkey over the next few days expect to see your weather start to deteriorate as a storm system pushes in from the northwest now the storm is going to bring a lot of clouds and a change of air mass because we do have a front that is going to be pushing across the black sea so for here on saturday 14 degrees is the expected high it's going to get chilly or as we go towards sunday also the rain is going to start to push a little bit more towards the east snow in the higher elevations as well we could also be seeing some windy conditions particularly on that southern coast of the black sea there from 11 degrees for aleppo we do expect to see 18 degrees as your forecast high on sunday well here across the gulf not looking too bad here for doha on saturday on sunday though we do expect to see probably some morning fog across much of the area but that is going to burn off by the time we get towards the late morning as well as early afternoon for abu dhabi a nice day phew at 27 degrees and the heat is still a big problem across much of the southern areas of central areas of africa we're
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going to see those temperatures well above average across much of the region johannesburg it is going to be a very hot day for you with the temperature on saturday of $33.00 degrees heavy rain up here towards the north but over here towards madagascar expect to see a break in the rain with a temperature of 29. does the mind play tricks a damper is all. woods is parked right there or are they really out there and you've passed the family by being a monster and wagoner out like they're in the car a filmmaker takes the f.b.i. to court to find out approximately 33120 pages of records and in the process mobilizes her community as long as people are rich and there is no check against the fence the feeling of being watched on al-jazeera.
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watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories now iraqi prime minister a has announced he intends to resign the polls a call for a leadership change by a top cleric after anti-government protests left more than 400 people tag a man has killed 2 people in a knife attack in central london police say the suspect rolled respon khan was shot dead during this incident khan was known to authorities and had been convicted of terrorism related offenses in 2012 and peruvian opposition leader has been released from jail if you mores the daughter of cruz former president she was serving an 18 month pretrial sentence for allegedly receiving bribes from brazilian construction
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company. there is anger among india's indigenous communities as they struggle to fight an order of addiction from their local governments politicians the forests need to be protected but many say they are protecting business interests instead of war and visited the state up but there are protests where the indigenous community is also fighting to protect its way of life. dave singh and she had a fall most and forages. living off the forest in the state of multiplication in central india. the family of 5 eat and drink from the stream. but their claim to land in the forest was rejected by the local government and india's supreme court ordered dead addiction. is a way out of the government's plans to create a violent sanctuary in the forest. the original inhabitants of the forest belongs to us troops the truth is we can't live without our jungle and we
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just can't live in a city. more than a 1000000 indians across different states in india like multiple chad and child country may lose their homes and their way of life if the court order is carried out. by behavior is one of the many farmers who've already been evicted. the allege that they were beaten up by government forest workers and forced from the forest years ago and warning forest officials burn down all homes in metres homeless we were forced to even look for jobs is doing labor's. new plant activists say the 2006 forest rights act guaranteed the right of these people to their land but see the government is seeking to weaken this law with indigenous people out of the way it's easy for the governments to simply sell of land to corporate storing those trees and mining operations which is has been happening for the past 5 years
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in on allies not scale the act recognize the right of 150000000 people to inhabit and live off 14000000 hectares of forest land in india so they could preserve their customs and culture and protect the forests the people here insist the forests provide them with everything they need it would be nice to have a few street lamps and a few paved streets but they refuse to give up the forest and move to a city they say if there's anything they fear more than forest officials it is the continuous erosion of their culture and identity for the forest department staff now it's all about following procedure. those whose claims have been rejected to being checked by village committees this is on the process now. while they wait for the supreme court's order they've seen and she had by the natural riches of the forest. the sea along with their compatriots all over india they will fight the powers that be to protect their traditional way of life limited ways to get the.
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want to put the india the president of the south american country has been sentenced to 20 years in prison a panel of 3 judges convicted as it were to say for the killing of 15 political opponents in 1902 when he became the de facto leader after a coup the decision was announced on friday while the president is on an official trip to china at least 13 people have been killed by rebels in eastern democratic republic of congo 28 people who were killed by the fighters earlier this week have now been buried the funerals in the village of o. each a were initially postpone with crowds demanding the military leave the area accuse the army and un peacekeepers of failing to protect them catherine sawyer has more from the regional capital goma the morgue in the hospital is still small to hold the bodies of 28 people killed by allied democratic forces or a.t.f. fight is in an attack this week. so saab cost gets half to stay outside the
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family and residents of stealing chalk are also frustrated accusing both congolese security forces and united nations peacekeepers of not doing enough to protect them from rebel attacks. what is happening here is unacceptable we need to be united to solve the security problem i've seen those bodies most competent. and we cannot accept to fix. what some in this crowd have lost many relatives. by we don't want to see soldiers police or day un they must all believe my parents and 3 other relatives have been killed i don't have a family now. many say that angered by the insecurity at least $100.00 civilians have been killed by a.t.f. rebels since a government offensive against them started in october. protesters have been out on
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the streets of the tamil and goma in north kivu province police have been trying to clear this road all morning by failing at it because people keep bringing the stones processing go much said several days ago in protest there they're saying there want to get to a u.n. base to crack down on 'd that saying that no one the u.n. here before the u.n. and the government for the not doing enough to protect the people in beni. some human rights campaign as also accuse security forces of failing to do their job. people bad the brunt of the battle to control vast mineral resources here it's never become me that is going to solve it it's no he's a fellow here. but it's to cut off the supply channel of blood minerals. that's number one
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second there has to be talks whether we call this people 80 year based or whatever we need to engage in and that is to be done honestly regionally by your the neighboring countries back in it believed to not only allow funds they also hope for the rebels to time kathy soliah. rescue operations in kenya after heavy flooding are being hampered by damage to roads and bridges 120 people have so far been confirmed and there are fears that that number could rise when the rescue workers finally get access to the remote areas amato has more from the capital nairobi. a week of the torrential floods in most parts of north western kenya many bridges of the main down fast flowing water also washed away long sections of roads workers are repairing this bridge on the road between keitai and road where the
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government's appealing for help from anyone but i'd like to see james we need of assistance we can get we have been too well wishers for the prototype for nice to take food and medicine to the affected people so they can cope and get to. the village of tom collins one of the last hit by floods on landslides which followed days of torrential rains and tire families were wiped out in a torrent of water rocks and mud in old $21.00 canyon started here you might assume that when such disasters hoppen emergency help is quick to arrive but in tom luck it's the village just left with the grim task of such and for the bodies of missing relatives government rescue workers are yet to arrive because of the damage to roads and bridges which will sound we're really sad that we've not yet recovered the bodies about children it's not just my son's body but also my neighbors 7 children who died we need urgent help was book called car. damaged traders and
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their families are working together to clear the debris a way to go to reopen their businesses but the flood threat isn't over kenyans in affected villages are gambling just to move to safer ground that could run you down there the government does not issue a necessary warning it's. the perfect and by the floods and landslides must look it understand only when we have western 2 for the many flooded the whole. few. months a month from. the big questions in the coming days and weeks about the mole . or should ha been done to protect the lives and property. thousands of people who survived a deadly cycle and in zimbabwe are still struggling to move on hundreds were killed and thousands displaced and cycle in
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a dire parts of southern africa 8 months ago there are fears the rainy season which just started or worsen the situation more for. eastern way. home for mabel check out our used to be a house with a small garden now she lives in the taint with her husband and children. they survived. that struck parts of eastern zimbabwe in march but she says adjusting to this new way of living is hard her family never has enough food and whenever it rains it's terrifying you not have to do much and we dug up the money it brings back bad memories i keep thinking what if that happens again last time could spit in my life what if this time is different in a day and always kid living in. many people in this camp say they want to place to call their own again but they don't know when or if they'll be moved some used to live in this rural community before i struck it was
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a worse storm to. zimbabwe since i can ilene nearly 20 years ago people say they heard a rumbling noise the 1st they were unsure what it was and then they saw these rocks and boulders tumbling down from the mountains over there being pushed by the water and raging winds all the homes in its path were destroyed and this is all that's left. others were lucky the violent flood and debris narrowly missed a few buildings and schools in other places entire communities were devastated. here 300 households are working together to repair damage to a dam it's part of an initiative to help people rebuild you want to make sure you understand why your house failed or why that specific breach why that school. roof threw away and if needs be if you don't need to put your specific. systems in place when it doesn't happen again then that's that's where you want to put the
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effort and money in. roads and bridges are also being prioritized but it's a race against time the rainy season has just started people could again be at risk if the proper infrastructure isn't in place. hundreds of people in eastern zimbabwe died during cyclon either i many more are still missing presumed dead and those who survived are hoping this rainy season will be safe how do we toss al-jazeera zimbabwe north korea's state news agency has called the japanese prime minister an imbecile and warned tokyo concern witness a real missile launch the attack on comes after north korea fired 2 short range projectiles into the sea off the east coast on thursday japan has previously criticized over launches and so we're likely ballistic missiles that violated u.n. sanctions. all this prime minister is reported to have told colleagues he intends to resign as of mascots under pressure over the government's alleged cover up of
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the murder of a journalist 2 years ago that died in a car bomb explosion on best getting corruption involving politicians and business executives or bernoulli has more. to government ministers resigned as the prime minister's chief of staff and now joseph musket himself also he's telling friends his government's been accused for months of mishandling the murder investigation which goes right to the heart of his political and business community journalist. was killed in a car bomb explosion 2 years ago one investigating corruption involving politicians and business executives. as protests this rallied early friday outside parliament in the capital letter demanding his resignation the prime minister met his government ministers without ministers conrad missy and chris cardona they
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resigned on tuesday along with the prime minister's top aide keith schembri who was taken away for questioning and released on friday 1st of all this is a national security issue. as is the case with all prime ministers i believe that i have to be briefed on national security issues for us this was not just america does was a major case that shook our democracy. the murder investigation is focused on one of most his richest men jorgen fenech funny cuisine rested for the 4th time last week as he attempted to leave the mediterranean island on his yacht before she was killed galaxy had revealed a secret offshore company called 17 block a reuters investigation last year named fanuc as the company owner which was allegedly used to fund shell companies linked to government ministers her son is accusing the government of covering up his mother's murder we know nothing my
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family knows nothing the journalist know nothing people know nothing that's why we're here it's called everywhere absurd the police research states where it all feasible one sentence we have. really found no evidence and released him and they want us to believe that. 3 men and now waiting trial for the reporter's murder but with the investigation dragging out for 2 years the patience the protesters demanding answers has run out and it seems so has the prime minister's time in office nor about a manly al-jazeera. to minute at the heart of the bronx that story in europe or bowing out on sunday commission president uncle juncker will be replaced by germany's arsenal of dandelion council president ronald tosca is handing over to former belgian prime minister charles michel i've already marked the event with this and while it passing of a ceremonial bell. our web site is right there al jazeera talk com they're easy to
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find take a look at it when you get a moment. these are the headlines right now on al-jazeera rocky prime minister monti has announced he intends to resign it follows a call for a leadership change by a top cleric after anti-government protests left more than 400 people dead in genius in norway are the parliament from which this current government is drawn is asked to reconsider its choice in this regard and to act according to iraq's interest and preserve the blood evidence children to prevent the country from slipping into violence chaos and destruction we confirm again that attacks against peaceful protesters are forbidden as well as them being prevented from having the right to demand reforms we also confirm that attacking private and public property is forbidden and that property should not be left to be attacked by infiltrators
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and their allies a man has killed 2 people and a knife attack in central london according to london police and the suspect 28 year old son khan was also shot dead during this and sadat khan was known to authorities and had been convicted of terrorism related offenses in 2012 the city's mayor says passers by showed right taking heroism and bringing incident to a close groovy an opposition leader take a 4 g. mori has been released from jail she is the daughter of cruz former president she was serving an 18 month pretrial sentence for receiving bribes from brazilian construction company. 11 area negotiations between the us and the tao afghan taliban have resumed the taliban confirm the informal talks as u.s. president made an unannounced visit to afghanistan talks were cancelled by trump in september of following an attack by the taliban. ortheris state news agency has called the japanese prime minister an endless ill of war in tokyo could soon
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witness a real missile launch the attack on comes after north korea fired 2 short range projectiles into the sea off its east coast on thursday japan described the test as a ballistic missile launch that poses a threat and violation in sanctions 49 people are now known to have died in alice albania's worst earthquake ever rescue workers are still sifting through rubble in search of survivors report douras was the worst hit by this 6.4 magnitude quake which also damaged buildings in the capital tehran. that's at headlines keep it on al-jazeera earthrise says that next. county mccall just won't start the protest which will be a multi-billion dollar load which protonix the good news to the corporation stairs each of the poorest. part of the spectrum of policy did it help to pam recover from a small start. counting the cost on algebra.
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to cope with our growing population and we've tripled our exploitation of natural resources in just 40 years. as a result of the fast expansion of mining industrial scale farming fishing and other human activities natural ecosystems have lost nearly huf that area and 1000000 plant and animal species a facing extinction without the ecological nets works which reg.


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