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al-jazeera. interview with. uncertainty in iraq after the prime minister and his resignation following weeks of violent antigovernment protests. hello and welcome i'm peter w. watching al-jazeera line from our headquarters here and also coming up on the streets again high school students in hong kong rally against alleged police brutality and demand more democratic reforms. more violence in eastern democratic republic of congo where a rebel group has killed dozens of people plus. i'm. in my home.
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they say they're living in a constant fear of fiction but that they are determined to fight for what they claim is their habitat. the iraqi cabinet is due to meet on saturday a day after the prime minister. he said he intends to resign his announcement came after a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters who took charge last year says he will submit his resignation to the parliament has this report from baghdad. the celebrations were instantaneous as soon as it up the prime minister i did the announced his intention to resign anti-government demonstrators but that leader 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
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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 iraq political blogs. throughout the streets on friday 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
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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're going to do and i don't know we don't have that album isn't only adela just 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 certainly 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 at all these praying constantly not just for the dead but also the living. but that.
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lonard. correspondence fault in the process for the prime minister to resign isn't clear so when he tendered his resignation to the parliament is it guaranteed that the parliament will actually accept it. well no it's not clear at all and we're actually entering a constitutionally ambiguous area here and the way the prime minister announced that he would resign is further adding to the confusion he said that he would be sending his resignation to the parliament but there is nothing in the constitution that actually asked him to do so the bylaws of the parliament however mention that the prime minister should be sending his resignation to the president who had been merely accept it so it's unclear whether the parliament at all needs to vote on his resignation this is currently a point of contention between members of parliament who are discussing whether in tomorrow's session they should be voting at all now what's prime minister out of
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the aftermath he seems to be doing here is that he seems to be wanting to trigger a no confidence vote in parliament and that is something that would require absolute majority of course it would also trigger a political tug of war let's remember that the biggest block in parliament which is led by hot body and the iranian backed fatah party is opposed against his resignation and they're very keen to keep him in power so if parliament indeed vote on this on his resignation it's by no means clear that they would actually pass if my no means clear that he would actually step down does that mean that if he turned his resignation to parliament and they know that he might be trying to trigger a vote of confidence might they accept his resignation if only to call his bluff rather than go down the route of having a vote against themselves. well it is
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a little base to be seen what happens in the parliament session tomorrow if indeed the both of them no confidence have been prime minister and a lot of them are the would still remain in office as part of a caretaker government horror 30 days now if there is no vote on the other question is whether he will actually hand his resignation to the president are not if he does that the present. it would then take over the office of the prime minister until the biggest block in parliament has nominated every placement that is something that can take months we have seen that following the 2018 election it took 6 months for from the start of the match the to actually take out office so there was a lot of uncertainty there is a big possibility that this resignation will simply if it happens at all it looks a little deadlock it will lead to more uncertainty and one thing however is certain that whatever the outcome it will not be satisfactory to demonstrators because what they want is to be able to elect a new leader direct let's remember that it's parliament that is currently choosing
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the prime minister if i'm left the election is significant in london just currently not the case the proposal does not actually force c. for voters to elect the prime minister directly unless that happens then most traders will not be happy either with the prime minister out of there must be staying on or whatever replacement is chosen by the political parties in parliament . thank you. hundreds of high school student surrounding in central hong kong again they're calling for democratic reforms and they're standing they say against what they claim is police brutality during the recent protests that follows the arrest of dozens of students at the polytechnic university protesters there had barricaded themselves inside for almost 2 weeks after some of the most violent scenes over recent days sarah clarke is our correspondent joining us live from hong kong sara what's the atmosphere like. with city of a peaceful gathering we have here in central hong kong you mentioned that this sort
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particular assembly has been organized by secondary students were high school students but they've invited the older generation to attend so we have representation from the older and the younger generation here to cross generational divide but the united in the calls for political reform are there also calling on the government to hold off conduct an independent investigation into what they describe as police brutality the place of being accused of using excessive force on protesters over these 6 months of demonstrations so it's a you know i describe it's a peaceful gathering of it certainly with this is one of a number of rallies we're expecting i'm over this weekend we had last weekend's district council elections where the pro-democracy kept secured a majority and that certainly bolstered the protest movement and on sunday we have a rally where people where we're expecting large numbers together and march to polytechnic university you mentioned earlier the political universe is where we had a number of protests more than 1000 people who hold themselves up inside that campus for almost 3 weeks now this march will return to the polytechnic university
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campus and might be considered a provocative move on by police syria thank you. it's been more violence in eastern democratic republic of congo rebels have killed 13 people including tama that's near the city of we're 28 people died during an attack by armed groups on tuesday catherine sawyer has more now 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.d.f. fighters in an attack this week so sam kos kids have to stay outside the 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.
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and we cannot accept a fix for what some in this crowd have lost many relatives. by we don't want to see soldiers police or day un they must all be leaves 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.d.f. rebels since a government offensive against them started in october. protesters have been out on the streets of the tamil and goma in north kivu province police have been trying to clear this road all morning by feel the feeling i did because people keep bringing the stones processing go my thought said several days ago in protest there they're saying there want to get to a u.n. base to express that on 'd that day that no one the u.n. here before the u.n.
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and the government for the i'm not doing enough to protect the people in beni. some human rights campaign as also accuse security forces of failing to do their job. congolese people bad the brunt of the battle to control vast mineral resources here it's never mcconville is a me that is going to solve it it's no more no score that is a felony here but it's to cut off the supply chain of blue lard mineral rights that's number one second there has to be talks whether we call this people 80 year full based or whatever we need to engage in and that has to be done honestly regionally by your the neighboring countries back in it believed not only among the allowed funds they also hope they were able to time kathy soliah al-jazeera goma. plenty
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most ill to come for you here on al-jazeera including out of prison but legal troubles are far from over for peru's opposition leader keiko fujimori plus. in much like loney bad devastated parts of zimbabwe i'm how do with money money i'll tell you why many families are still struggling. well there's no denying when to anymore throughout europe it swept from the atlantic right across the russian border and higher temperatures have dropped and you're getting what you might expect out of the sky this 3 elements to it move this cloud down the east to the east and ukraine it will swirl here through the balkans and what's coming in again from the atlantic these are all going to progress this
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is going to be wet and windy stuff not particularly cold the biggest those possibly of the higher brief the lower ground in eastern europe as things we prolong and by day we talk about single thing in temperatures now not doublethink and this position overnight take you from saturday into sunday so it looks like a cold sunny day from ukraine westwards towards west and process of austria then the clouds in we've got some alpine snow but it's not even possibly drifting through paris in the early hours of the day and it does feel cold after that all this is happening in the european mainland very little ish showing to the sassen ventured another few showers developing on the satellite picture you might find the reflections in the full cross and throughout syria into new zealand i don't think so they're watching for now as the changes happens over north africa the breeze that comes down towards the tropics to hama and if you like that is forecast to be not a very nice one in guyana where at the moment it is quite sunny. the weather sponsored by cattle. leak stories generate thousands of headlines these protests are
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saying down with the system and down with all of the parts with different angles from different perspectives just because we came to prison doesn't mean right stopped at the gate separate the spin from the facts. jumps on stories we don't take the misinformation from the journalism it's about telling the stories of those human beings on the ground with the listening post on al-jazeera. welcome back you're watching al-jazeera a reminder of our top stories this hour the iraqi cabinet is expected to meet today after the prime minister he offered to resign anti-government protesters welcomed
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the decision but say they won't back down until there's a complete overhaul of the political system. by school students are rallying in central hong kong there calling for democratic reforms and standing against what they say is police brutality during anti-government protests. rebels in eastern democratic republic of congo have killed 13 people it happened in coca tama near the city where 28 people died during an attack on thursday let's get more on that story for you this hour al-jazeera is catherine sawyer joins us from goma catherine what more do we know about the latest attack. well information coming out of there is still very scanty but what we do know is that it happened about 10 kilometers from the village where 28 people were killed earlier in the week we are being told that residents are 8 now feeling that it's safe to go
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and assess the situation we're also hearing that some of the bodies mutilated others have their heads cut off and this is a situation that people have been talking about for the past week or so people very upset with what is going on that rebels are able to come and carry out attacks yet we have thousands of soldiers in that area carrying out an offensive against a.d.f. we have u.n. peacekeepers in that area as well yesterday evening the 28 people who were killed earlier this week were buried the families there are still very much in shock still afraid that this rebels might come back is it easy for the rebels to continue attacking the billet is there. well it seems to be and we've been talking to the governor of north kivu where benny's a territory in north kivu province we've been talking to the governor about just what is going on in benny and he said that this seems to be
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a strategy being employed by the a.t.f. they want to cause maximum panic and fear they want to show that benny's and governable the security situation is out of control and they know that people are angry security forces so they're playing on that and they want to anger people even more so that we can see more protests going on the governor was saying now there is at least as i mentioned a government offensive against rebels going on in the forest in ben we have spoken to the spokesperson spokesman of the military he has said that the military is gaining ground they've taken several bases of a.d.f. in the forest they've also killed a rebel commander this saying that a.d.f. ice's are on the run but it seems they're running in the wrong direction because they're coming back to villages and carrying out this very brutal attacks catherine thanks very much which is police have identified the man who killed 2 people in
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a knife attack in london was shot dead by the police shortly after the incident the 28 year old was convicted of terrorism related offenses and 2012 paul brennan is in 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 pop up pops and i see more police officers running towards the bridge and i'm running that place running out soon as a police passed us the side of his gun shops i was shim it was also pop just don't really go on cells out but there was those 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
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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 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
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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 at london bridge in that incident 3 men used a rented van to mowed down pedestrians and then ran through the nearby market area indiscriminately stabbing people before being shot dead by 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 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
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many more days paul brennan al-jazeera london bridge. crews opposition leader keiko fujimori has been released from prison after 13 months she was detained pending trial accused of receiving bribes from a brazilian construction company hundreds of her supporters gathered outside the prison to celebrate her release which in morning is the daughter of the former president fujimori mariana sanchez is in the capital nima she says this may not be the end of her legal battles. she was freed after the consequence of those 5 years ago of. course requested by her sister. in jail over a 2008 team and what that's not what the current. money or her presidential campaign or all that is here but no one so i am construction company d is it has been a common thing for the whole attention played her this. is some of president that
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are under investigation now for having money such as brazilian companies now on her release. doesn't mean that she is free of charge of that geisha and. her problem is receiving. money from other which completely she could be hard to kill but prosecutors killed her because they thought that being said that she was a justice and that she could leave the country so now of course you would complain from the prosecutors 5 clear there are a lot of people of course who are in favor of the body supporters of that are very happy that she's out is now but like i say she could go back to jail quite soon the president of sudan has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for murder. was convicted of killing 15 political opponents after taking power in
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a coup in 1980 the court ruled that he oversaw an operation to have them abducted and killed he's currently out of the country on an official trip to china the military court that found him guilty on friday has not ordered his arrest and he can appeal against the sentence malta's prime minister has reportedly told colleagues that he intends to resign the government has subsequently denied that joseph muscat is under pressure over the government's alleged cover up of the murder of a journalist 2 years ago daphne karuna galaxia was killed in a car bomb explosion while investigating corruption involving politicians and business leaders sudan's former governing party has condemned the noodle the seeking to do sold it and seize its assets the n.c.p. the national congress party accuses what it calls and in the eagle new government of taking a reckless decision on thursday the cabinet passed a law to disband former president omar al bashir as part of the dissolution was a main demand of protesters during months of unrest that led to her she is removal
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. thousands of people who survived a devastating cycle an instant months ago are still living in tents hundreds were killed thousands were displaced when cycling struck parts of southern africa there are fears the rainy season there will now make the lives of survivors even worse. as more from she money money in eastern zimbabwe. 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 tropical cycle 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. it's a sort of a do much and we dug up from it brings back bad memories i keep thinking what if that terrible storm happens again last time godspeed my life what if this time is different in a day and always kid living. many people in this camp say they want to
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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 you die struck it was a worst storm to hit somebody within cycling ilene nearly 20 years ago people say they heard this rumbling noise the 1st the one saw 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 now really missed a few buildings and schools in other places entire communities were devastated. to . hear 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 failed why that school . roof threw away and and if needs be if you are need to put specific.
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systems in place so it doesn't happen again then that's that's where you want to put the 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 proper infrastructure isn't in place. hundreds of people in eastern zimbabwe died during psycho need by many more are still missing presumed dead and those who survived are hoping this rainy season that we say how do we toss al-jazeera zimbabwe. 49 people have died in albania is worst ever quake rescue workers are still searching through the rubble for survivors the port town of duros was the worst affected by the quake it measured 6.4 it also damaged buildings in the capital to run a 500 aftershocks were subsequently recorded protesters in the german city of frankfurt have stormed its main shopping district trying to block access to
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so-called black friday sales they demonstrated outside some of the biggest retail stores there activists say the shopping frenzy is bad for the environment. millions of india's indigenous peoples are living in fear of being a big too from their land that's because state governments have been slow to enforce a law that protects their rights politicians say the forests need to be conserved but critics say they are only furthering business interests and show business at the strait of merger pradesh where the native community is now fighting back. they've seeing and surely by our farmers and forages. living off the forests in the state of market in central india through the family of 5 eat what they grow 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 dereliction. singh is aware of
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the government's plans to create a violent sanctuary in the forest. there are we as a diverse these are the original inhabitants on the forest belongs to us for us the truth is we can't live without our jungle and we just can't live in a city. more than a 1000000 indians across different states in india like multiple chad and charcoal and may lose their homes and their way of life if the court order is carried out. is one of the many farmers who already been evicted. the allege that they were beaten up by government forest workers and forced from the forest years ago and. forest officials burned down our homes and meters homeless we were forced to leave and look for jobs is doing laborers are mono blunt activists say the 2006 forest rights act guaranteed the right of these people to their land but see the
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government is seeking to weaken this law with indigenous people out of the way it's easier for the governments to simply sell of land to corporates to industries and mining operations which is has been happening for the buyers fayose in on allies not skilled. 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 in says the forest provides 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 feel 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
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the supreme court's order they've seen by live off 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. that is al-jazeera multiple india. this is al jazeera these are your headlines so far this hour iraq's cabinet expected to me today after the prime minister abdullah abdullah he offered to resign antigovernment protesters welcome the decision but they say they will not back down until there's a complete overhaul of the political system some of alton is in baghdad. we're actually entering a constitutionally ambiguous area here and the way the prime minister announced that he would resign is further adding to the country he said that he would be sending his resignation to the parliament but there is nothing in the constitution
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that actually asked him to do so the bylaws of the parliament however mention that the prime minister should be finding his resignation to the president more than merely accepted so it's unclear whether the parliament at all needs to vote on his resignation this is currently a point of contention between members of parliament who are discussing whether in tomorrow's session they should be voting at all hundreds of high school students around being in central on kong today they're calling for democratic reforms on the standing they say against what they claim was police brutality touring antigovernment protests that follows the arrests of dozens of students at the polytechnic university protesters they had barricaded themselves in for almost 2 weeks after some of the most violent scenes over recent days. rebels have killed 13 people in eastern democratic republic of congo it happened in cocoa tama near the village of where 28 people died in an attack by armed groups on thursday british police have identified the man who killed 2 people in
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a knife attack in london was on was shot dead by the police he was convicted of terrorism related offenses back in 2012 but released early from prison. there is opposition leader keiko fujimori has been released from prison after 13 months she was detained pending trial accused of receiving bribes from a brazilian construction company would be more use the daughter approves former president alberto fujimori. the president of sudan has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for murder. was convicted of killing 15 political opponents after taking part in a coup in 1980 s. currently on an official trip to china the military court found him guilty on friday has not ordered is arrest up next it's the listening post i'm back straight after that with 30 minutes of al-jazeera we'll use hopefully we'll see you soon but i. talked to al-jazeera we were told that between ration has this been addressed by turkey we listen what these the proposal. for.
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