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a new poll ranks mexico city is the pull off worst in the world for sexual violence many women are attacked while moving in the crowded spaces of the metro buses and even at the hands of taxi drivers the conversation starts with do you have a boyfriend you're very pretty and young you feel unsafe threatened i think about how to react what do i do if this gets worse now marianna uses a new service it's called loud drive it's for women passages only and drawn by women drivers pull for some extra features like a panic button and twenty four seventh's monitoring of drivers. zimbabwe and celebrate into the night after robert mugabe resigns as president.
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vice president who's firing two weeks ago triggered mugabe's dime fall is expected to work place him. and them to this is just the right live from london also coming up lebanon's prime minister saad hariri and arrives in beirut more than two weeks after announcing his resignation whilst the. teenage suicide bomber kills at least fifty people in a mosque in northeast nigeria. in march accused of subjecting its ranger to what is described as a vicious system of apartheid. welcome to the program after thirty seven years in power well but mugabe has resigned as president of zimbabwe and you sparked scenes of jubilation around the country with
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thousands of zimbabweans pouring into the streets with and minutes of the announcement we got he sent a letter to his and bob ways parliament as it launched proceedings to impeach him which have now been suspended. well it is here is her metasearch is in the capital harare and joins us live now hi there hiero it's been an extraordinary day it has and people are still celebrating this day they're going to try and savor this moment for as long as you can we are seeing zanu p.f. supporters opposition supporters all on the streets celebrating together they said today is not a bad which party you belong to is about getting rid of one enemy and that enemy was robert mugabe was no longer president of zimbabwe anymore. jubilation on the streets of harare across the country that robert mugabe ruled for thirty seven years while to liberation was maybe even days.
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news demagogy was stepping down came as both houses of parliament sat in an extraordinary session to debase the president's impeachment the speaker suspended the session and told m.p.'s that he'd received a letter. mugabe wrote that he was resigning with the media's effect voluntarily in order to facilitate a smooth transfer of power. to the crowds outside those who was many thought they'd never have ever since i was born i have never seen this day i'm so glad for thirty seven years we have been our fathers were there when. you went to. work or when to bury. well listen to your mugabe's departure comes an emotional week after the military first took to the
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streets intervening in party politics over his succession it likely means that this man. will become zimbabwe's interim leader i had of elections in. the exhibit now some a cautious about any person who's been through zimbabwe you've lived in the since what you see what. we want to be a one man. and politicians like for a new fight ahead we've supported him along to topple him a couple through these demonstrations and words from that moment on that was to play the game fairly if it is not well to play the game fairly we will take him on . we are sick and tired of. men and are going had for decades been a faithful mugabe lieutenant described as the president's enforcer close to the army and nicknamed the crocodile if you would describe him as
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a democrat. many are right to wonder with the era to be much different from the past on this night and for now though not many care. no one knows what's going to happen next it's a new dawn for the country for a people who have only known one leader since one nine hundred eighty. and so how are the big question for everyone is what next exactly all eyes are now on him a seminar he's due to be sworn in as president either wednesday or thursday when he makes his first public stage appearance or any give his first speech what is he going to say is he going to be a leader just as on if you have supporters or is he going to try and unify or a divided country so all eyes on him and of course the key thing on everyone's mind
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is the economy what are his plans what are the policies he's going to try and push through is a business background going to attract foreign direct investment are people going to come into zimbabwe to pour money invested here so jobs are created a lot of eyes on amazon and other he has a huge huge task ahead of him zimbabweans are cautiously watching and hoping that even if he he becomes a president for all people and not just a select few like what happened when robert mugabe was in charge current us there live from harare harrison q well paul brennan looks back now at robert mugabe's presidency. there will always be people. in control that was two thousand and seven. ten years later when the people let their views be known
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opiate encouraged by zimbabwe's military robert mugabe ignored them and then surprise them when he didn't announce his resignation by now widely predicted t.v. address i thank you. and good night after thirty seven years in control mcgarvie found it hard to let go he's made a career by deftly apa new for potential rivals one of the first to be sidelined was joshua como a fellow liberation fighter and comer was leader of the party with gabi merge them with his zanu p.f. party their alliance was uneasy i don't cum i was relegated to the figurehead role of vice president. at the turn of the century the gobby started seizing farms owned by whites to a peace supporters angry at the slow pace of land reform the economy shrank by a third unemployment soared about eighty percent. out of this economic turmoil another rival emerged we must to give them more garbage is
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sounding defeat morgan chang form the movement for democratic change it became popular enough to risk defeating mugabe in a presidential election runoff in two thousand and eight. i was beaten up frequently arrested and intimidated dozens of his supporters were killed allegedly by zanu p.f. thugs and the m.d.c. leader withdrew from the election worried about the stability of its neighbors south africa forced both men into a coalition chiang or i became prime minister but mcgarvey retain control of the police army and secret service and with that the real power of god he won the election four years ago by a landslide supporters said voter registration lists were manipulated critics said mccarthy was just as ruthless at dealing with rivals in his own party war veteran and vice president joyce mature and was fired in two thousand and fourteen accused of corruption and plotting to assassinate the garbage this time
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a gabby's wife grace was seen as instrumental in engineering mature is down for it was the clearest signal yet the mcgarvie was now not only protecting his own position but also laying the path for his wife to succeed him the sacking of emerson and made that obvious the vice president nicknamed the crocodile had been in pole position to succeed mugabe firing him clear the way for his wife. but this time the ninety three year old president had gone too far when a god is close to the military leadership and they stepped in. after thirty seven years robert mugabe's days of exercising unchallenged well over an official from zimbabwe's ruling zana p.f. party says former vice president and mrs will take over as leader in forty eight hours is expected to be sworn in as president on wednesday or thursday and will serve as president until elections next year anderson takes a closer look at the background to leaders of one side by side
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who became sworn enemies this is how an extraordinary sequence of events started this is in relation to ten minutes. of employment as vice president emerson my god had been sacked by robert mugabe and accused of being unreliable disloyal and deceitful speculation pointed towards grace mugabi the president's wife as being behind the move the two had publicly fallen out in the jockeying for position over who should succeed ninety three year old mcgarvie. that highlighted the two factions blitzing the ruling party at the time the military and the war veterans loyal to malign. grace mugabe's sam who dubbed g forty one god were fled abroad but his supporters planned their response and it was
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dramatic the head of the defense forces warned the army would step in if the purges of politicians it favors didn't stop hours later armored vehicles rolled into the capital harare we wish to assure the nation that he's excellent to the president of the republic of zimbabwe and a commander in chief of views and i would defend forces. he and his family. and sound and the vast security he's going to teach many of my gob is long term supporters had clearly abandoned him. to the bitter court from is the row as the president and first son appear. magog was stayed quiet a tactic that didn't surprise observers of the man who has been nicknamed the
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crocodile for his style in dealing with opponents easy one man always not be allowed to use culpability when you look at it when it wants to attack this place is calculated. cause law and until there the person is not knowing what is going to happen and. my god had been a powerful and loyal member of mugabe's inner circle serving as justice minister speaker of parliament and vice president his supporters praise his business acumen and hope he can improve zimbabwe's dire economic situation if given the chance he's also suggested reengaging with the west after years of international isolation under the gobby andrew simmons al-jazeera.
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let's just bring you some more breaking news the lebanese prime minister has arrived back in beirut more than two weeks after announcing his resignation allston saudi arabia it saad hariri is first time back in the country since he stood down in a televised broadcast from riyadh and there is this and lebanon into a period of political uncertainty said hodder is in beirut and sent us this update . we'll have a day back in beirut for the first time really since his resignation on november for sudden resignation which was delivered in a televised address from the saudi capital riyadh it raised a lot of questions a resignation that it might take a crisis two weeks really of a lot of uncertainty not just surrounding his resignation but about his circumstances while in taba arabia many in lebanon believe that in one way or
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another had really was being held off. now back in beirut definitely like i mentioned those mysterious circumstances there was a diplomatic turmoil over his fate as a political crisis is still there. really is not immune to political crises or political instability and. people were worried because you had found itself really at the center of a worsening really between saudi arabia and iran. is very nation was just saudi arabia move against hezbollah hezbollah being an ally of iran the law being a member of. government they wanted to curb the influence. move let's say backfired because the lebanese came together from across the political divide they felt very humiliated by the fact that the prime minister. was
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practically a hostage that is the feeling here of course saudi arabia denied this. the country came together but how long will this unity last because the political differences are still there and the question remains. just on his resignation or is he going to withdraw it we understand is that the president is going to try to dissuade him from resigning. to try to find a way. out of a compromise. will withdraw his resignation. it watching out to see ryssdal to come on the program. what next for angular merkel after the collapse of the coalition government talks. with. hello there it's pretty warm for many of us
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in australia at the moment we've got an area of high pressure in the southeast corner and that's ensuring that not many clouds make it all way and it's also a making sure that the temperatures can rise as well say from melbourne thirty one degrees will be our maximum and for adelaide will be a thirty two this area of cloud and rain is trying to edge its way eastwards but that area of high pressure is blocking it's paul so it's going to stay more or less where it is on thursday just drifting its way across adelaide maybe bringing a few showers here and dragging the temperatures down just a fraction towards the west the temperatures here are rising so for perth will be at least twenty eight degrees by thursday over towards new zealand and here largely fine and dry as well of the temperatures are quite high really we're looking at around twenty there in christchurch and nineteen force in a wednesday and by thursday we'll just be nudging a degree or two above that if we head up towards japan things are a bit different here there is more cloud or more rain and it's all gradually sweeping its way eastwards it's still pulling itself together as it does so so
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we'll see that rain really beginning to develop mature in the day a wednesday and overnight as we head into thursday it will sweep its way across the brand and bring acim very heavy rain but slowly on thursday will begin to pull away and things will eventually begin to brighten up. employed to tackle pollution in one of china's showcase cities they think that by twenty twenty all of the tax exemption genuinely to me only don't let you. know how environmental grassroots come part of joining forces in the u.s. there is a global connection that is happening and we're going to utilize that power to make change not only for today but in a future generations as well. but this time on al-jazeera.
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the mind of our top stories here in al-jazeera zimbabwe's president robert mugabe has resigned as impeachment proceedings against him were underway in a letter submitted to parliament the ninety three year old saying standing to a lie was smooth transition. there contributed scenes on the streets of the capital harare since the spread of the gobby is one sick nation. former vice president emerson and gabi sacked earlier this month will take over within the next forty eight hours will then serve the rest of the gobbets term until next year's election . teenage suicide bombers killed at least fifty people in northeastern nigeria it targeted a mosque in the town of movie and a dam was state of the say it happened this people were arriving for morning
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prayers no one has claimed responsibility for the attack on what address has been from the capital project. the attack came as washington is where gathering for an early morning prayers movie itself has been relatively calm since its occupation by boko haram and later they were chased after one month stay in the city so the city itself is not far away from the bunker the problem said the epicenter of boko haram insurgency we've seen in the last few weeks or so how book while fighters from the forest service a fortress have invaded communities like medically like. the headquarters of medical itself and have killed a lot of people they attempted in the last one week particularly to retake the time but what repelled by the military so a lot of people still believe that fighters belonging to boko haram although the group has not claimed responsibility has infiltrated communities about not far away from the boundary with borno state so we probably will see the rise in the number
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of the people who died or who will die because of the severity of injuries that sustained in the early morning sex act the security services say they're stepping up their operations in the north east of the country to calm things down and to finally defeat boko haram but over the last few months we've seen how book what i'm has adopted and continuing to target soft targets in the north east of nigeria and he says a large day of another attack in nigeria for saying state and downwash more than thirty cattle herders were killed by unidentified attackers in the newman area it happened on sunday and ended on monday. i mean mars treatment of its range of muslims has been likened to apartheid in a report by amnesty international the organization spent two years investigating the cause of the current a hinge a crisis which has forced hundreds of thousands of refugees to flee over the border to bangladesh european and asian foreign ministers have discussed the range of crisis at the summit in me and mark scott hyde one has more from inmarsat largest
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city and gong. it was a meeting planned before the recent crisis that sent more than six hundred thousand refugees from rakhine state here fleeing for their lives in the bangladesh crisis became the focus horn ministers and representatives from more than fifty european and asian nations gathered in me and most capital nato. as the leaders were wrapping up their final day of the two day talks amnesty international unveiled a report on the plight of the ranger and me and mark. after two years of research digging into the roots of how the regions you have lived in myanmar the human rights watchdog concluded it was apartheid like the author of the report told our jazeera the government's reasoning for the range of treatment is not only unjustified it's criminal in relation to the ongoing system of apartheid that we describe in our report i think the world is way too willing to buy into the restoration presented by then getting our authorities about the need to combat
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terrorism about the need to establish security and that's why they felt it was a very important moment to remind both in gondar officials and their international counterparts that absolutely no considerations feed security or the need to combat terrorism can't justify the ongoing crimes against humanity to justify the system of apartheid and back at the foreign ministers meeting myanmar's leader on song she said that her government is working with bangladesh on an agreement a repatriation for those who fled over the last three months the bangladeshi foreign minister will stay on after the meeting in myanmar continuing with the negotiations repatriations working toward a memo of understanding or demo you this is why we have going to be having discussions with you for tomorrow and the day often and we hope that this will result in him oh you've been so i could which is to enable us to start the safe and volunteer to return of the old who is not on the board it won't be an easy process
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as many fled quickly as the violence escalated they won't have the documents to prove they lived in rakhine state many regions of villages were burned raising the question if they are repatriated what conditions will they face and what are the guarantees that violence won't get there al-jazeera yangon. whedon say the verdict set to be delivered at the war crimes trial of both. he's accused of could not take a campaign of genocide against muslim civilians and crimes against humanity during the war in bosnia one thousand nine hundred ninety five this report by david to contain some images viewers may find distressing. it was in the siege of sarajevo the world first heard of ratko malachi he ordered his serbian troops to kill mutilate wound and terrorize the civilian population.
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this is his voice on the intercepted radio communication directing his serb artillery guns to open fire on a muslim suburb because he said not many serbs and in. the artillery rounds grenades and sniper fire killed and wounded thousands in the city one thousand six hundred one of them were children. cameras recorded some of the atrocities the scenes they captured are still almost impossible to watch let alone describe such was the scale of the barbarity. the memories haven't faded nor the names of the victims. tell the family at all my dear friend your trunk i mean it she was thirty nine died on this day she went house to the market to buy food for her child my friends are here and adnan ebro he make it. the most serious charges of genocide and crimes against humanity relates to the
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time aside from the church. when large his troops overran the town they hunted down and killed more than eight thousand muslim men and boys. in this previously unseen archive film he's seen threatening the town's muslim leader knows a little washington was going to do you want to survive or do you want to vanish the way you. lost two of our sons in the campaign of ethnic cleansing she had to wait nearly two decades before their bodies were recovered and identified them as the news of the b. ali jalali they did all sorts of terrible things to us killed and slaughtered raped girls in front of us in the middle of the street. this is where one of her sons was killed a bomb in a nearby village twelve hundred men were slaughtered here and their bodies bulldozed into mass graves not and i will lead us there you see i would like it
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most if they will not issue front of a firing squad if our sons are gone the let him be gone as well. this cemetery a few hundred meters away from shore is house is the final resting place of two of our sons and many but not all of the other victims from the surrounding valleys their dates of birth are all recorded this man was eighty five alongside a boy of just thirteen they all died in july one thousand nine hundred ninety five a poignant poem was composed in their memory may justice become our revenge may the tears of mothers become prayers at separ needs or will never happen again to no one and nowhere. the big change to al jazeera spread grenades are. u.s. aircraft searching for missing argentine submarine has spotted white flares over
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the southern atlantic but the argentinean navy says it's unlikely to be from the vessel forty four crew members are on board the a r a some one which went missing last week will in a dozen international vessels will join the search rough seas and strong winds have made rescue efforts difficult but authorities say conditions should improve over the coming days yes you look it's a must. we continue to see everything in our power using all national and international means at our disposal to find them as soon as possible i wish all the families and the crew to stay strong in these difficult times. in germany the collapse of coalition government talks has left the country in political limbo all the major parties appear to prefer to be in opposition of chancellor i'm glad markel said she isn't supposed to hold another election so when it came reports from berlin. her mandate is from the president not parliament and so for now angela merkel remains as chancellor in
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a chamber where she has no majority and where four parties now say they prefer opposition to government with her this is uncharted territory for modern germany which was previously so used to stable coalitions. in mind same for. we have a common responsibility for our country and we don't only have this responsibility for our country but for europe which needs a government that is capable of acting their reactions from abroad show that europe and other countries in the world awaiting for us our challenge is a big as much as we need strong neighbors our neighbors need to trust your partner at their site to one person whose role is very important right now is the occupant of this building. president frank miles role is normally a figurehead for germans but if no realistic prospect of a coalition emerges he would have to call new elections and for now he says that all parties must be ready to try at least to talk about forming
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a new government. tuesday saw a succession of leaders come to meet him among them leaders of the green party who had appeared ready to make serious compromises to enter government for her part angela merkel has said she believes coalition talks were not destined to fail but that she and her party will not shrink from another general election venue. if new elections are called a word to be called i should say then it wouldn't be what the vote is from us but then we would accept it and i do not fear anything to be honest and yet her party's performance in september's election was considerably worse than the polls had predicted and while publicly her colleagues support her as their leader some suspect she is nearer the end of her career than the start one analyst says if there were a new elections there is no guarantee a similar ampas might not happen again we might end up in the very same situation
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and nothing has changed saw polls from yesterday showed us there are no movement in the polls or parties there was not a single party you would gain more lost more than one percent three democrat leader christiane lynn helped broker a deal with angela merkel's party in his home state in the spring now he has scuppered a national deal with her in the autumn if new elections do come constitutional experts say it would not be before next april dominic kane al-jazeera berlin. mind of our headlights on al-jazeera zimbabwe's president robert mugabe has resigned as impeachment proceedings against him were underway in a letter submitted to parliament the ninety three year old boy he's standing done to allow a smooth transition of power he also said his decision to resign is
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a voluntary one last wednesday the army took over in place mugabe under house arrest and says that he remained defiant that he would not stand time. which is in some ways parliament after the speaker read his resignation letter and there have been jubilant scenes on the streets of the capital harare since spread people have been celebrating by singing and dancing in the streets. there are now very very narrow our forces aren't very good man the only guy who. has a little brighter future because we are only taking care of the best the economy in the world we have been you know the put the land. the good let the people on people are educated and the people because we are a year behind on november seventh independence year we are having i have realized oh i have. learned this month the former vice president emerson managua was sacked
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by mugabe and that's what sparked last week's military takeover now he set to become the next president within forty eight hours and serve the rest of the god he's term until next year election. the lebanese prime minister has arrived back in beirut more than two weeks after announcing his resignation whilst in saudi arabia it saad hariri is first time back in the country since he stood down in a televised broadcast from riyadh move this and lebanon into a period of political uncertainty the resignation spots a renewal of tensions in the region between saudi arabia and iran as powerful ally hezbollah is part of the lebanese government of these fifty people have been killed by a teenage suicide bomber at a mosque in northeastern nigeria they say the attack i'm ingle with worshipers and detonated his explosives before morning prayers it happened in movie and. boko haram held territory in two thousand and fourteen. so if you want to know
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more about our major story this evening well the mugabe resigning after thirty seven years in power you can head to our website at al-jazeera dot com plenty of reaction we've got a world reaction piece on the website there and also one from his rule homeland what do people think there is you have a nice day without next up it's earthrise ahead of the september twenty fourth national election survey showed germany is satisfied with the state of their economy this is easily the start his biggest tech success story the company was bought by microsoft in two thousand and eleven we bring you the stories that are shaping the economic world we live in counting the cost at this time on al-jazeera .


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