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hello i'm tired of this is the news hour live from london coming up. hundreds injured near pakistan's capital as police crackdown on protesters blocking a major highway the military is called in to restore calm. egyptian warplanes target suspected fighters after friday's mosque attack that killed hundreds of people in sinai. the doctors in syria forced to work underground and treat their patients in secret. and in sports japan's or iran's had been crowned the new champions of aid. the japanese side beat saudi arabia's al hell out to one on aggregate to lift their second trial.
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pakistan has called in its military and ordered a partial media blackout as police struggle to disperse hundreds of protesters near the capital islamabad offices of fun tear gas and water cannon to clear the protest camp injuring more than one hundred fifty people but demonstrators have been blocking a major highway for two weeks and a refusing to leave until the norman is to step down and the minister was accused of committing a reference to the prophet mohammed in a parliamentary bill the wording has since been fixed but protesters still want him gone come out has more from near the eastern city of lahore. civilian government has off the military to come in aid of the civilian administration their primary objective would be to save dogs key installations the diplomatic ball they were in islamabad and that at a time when there is trouble spreading across the country we had added trouble in karachi protests have continued many people injured there and us and we are toward
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only one person was killed near the airport now all the airports all the highways and looting the grand trunk road that connects the north to the south as well as the motorway that connect this lombard to the provincial capital of the punjab all people are stuck on the highways take an art move because all the able to take trains have been taken over by the protector and then we have also been told that the protesters are now back in strength at the same place where the security forces primarily the police where they tried to get large them earlier this morning so indeed a crisis situation head and the military now being called in for the protection of islamabad but this is a situation that has been mishandled by the government that disqualified prime minister of the country had called all of his party workers and members including senior ministers for a meeting and it all was probably it was brewing in the city of karachi in
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islamabad so it appears that the government had miscalculated they did not know their strength of the reaction that would happen and on forward on the streets across pakistan indeed a crisis situation one that age threatening to spiral out of control that is also talk that the form a interior minister's house was attacked the law minister who's resignation that people have demanded and also being attacked and of god that the government and all sorts of trouble. join me to discuss the situation in pakistan is asia who is an independent security analyst and author thanks very much indeed for coming in so why do you think these protests are spreading in this way given that the wording that was offensive in the first place appears to have been changed back why do you think it is spread in this way so the one reason that one can think of it is that they are being motivated they're being pushed from forces from other stakeholders in the state who want to throw away the government before definitely
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before the march elections there the elections the upper house of the parliament in march next year so that's one the other thing is that's not forget that since the death of the police officer who are killed the governor of punjab in two thousand the shop who was sentenced to death would ask god he was sentenced to death in two thousand and sixteen and hung in february two thousand and sixteen by the government because the it shot an innocent guy without proving that this he had done anything blasphemous was a coup or a court order yet after that there is a movement which has been build up but the question is who's been feeding these represent you know the really. you know the lowest social cannot make god and in terms of i mean obviously this is a high profile actions that are taking because it kind of blocks highways than it gets a lot of attention and it causes a lot of. trouble but in terms of the amount of support have popular support
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actually have that much. so the issue of. you know order of the prophet is something which is very popular in pakistan the question is how it is used because in the law in the changes that were made to the law there was nothing which was done or said against the honor of the prophet so there was nothing blasphemous the content was in blossom list but the other thing is that when the whole fighting began this morning the issue is that the government forces the police force they did seem to control the situation but suddenly the people appeared from somewhere you know was like somebody who people were parachuted were better prepared who had a gas mask who had you know tear gas equipment who had guns and who knew exactly where the c.c.t.v. cameras were and they got the virus so that their movement was a recorded and what about this this. brain of the military how do you think that will play out and is it something that is going to resolve introducing this could it make it actually worse i think politically it's going to give more power to the
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. to the armed forces and armed forces wanted to believe that the armed forces want to manipulate the we're not happy with the government i think this is a wish come true for the military but apart from that this is a situation in which you don't know who was controlling whom what hands are playing the guards so the only option remains to call in the military i think where the government went wrong they should have from the beginning asked the military to come in control the situation and go away i mean i suppose what people remember is when people of intervened in the past it's ended up being very bloody the red mosque events and how how likely where are we to see something where you end up with a kind of you know really dangerous situation and lots of people killed. i don't think that that is going to happen it's much more orchestrated much more control than that on the last one plus to not forget that you know here are people
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you know are brayley from the brady sect you know they're violent they can be violent they can be aggressive around honor of the prophet yet they're not trained militants the same way as the lard mustard people were but what reminded you know what the reminder that comes to the idea that comes to one's mind is nine hundred seventy seven when a same woman protecting the honor of the prophet was was lodged and an elected parliament an elected government was thrown out so these are the pictures which come to mind rather than. say you are just briefly what about a military coup century more than a military coup anything which is undemocratic an elected a change which is brought about through an elected means thank you very much indeed thank you thoughts of washington says it strongly condemns the release of his side and the suspect behind the two thousand and eight mumbai attacks and says the
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decision will affect u.s. pakistan relations the founder of the group would our has a ten million dollar u.s. bounty on his head the attack which killed one hundred sixty six people including americans officials say he's being released because the government has failed to provide any evidence against him saeed has repeatedly denied involvement in the mumbai attacks tom ackerman has more from washington d.c. . well this is in line with president trump's pronounced leaning against the pakistani government accusing them of failing or in fact allowing pakistani soil to be host for the haqqani network and taliban just as he launches what he describes as a. pronounced a new strategy for winning winning in afghanistan a winning strategy that the president hasn't quite spelled out but certainly regards pakistan is not a cooperative partner in that venture the pakistani interior minister just
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a couple of days ago said that he was pledging that that the government was committed to not allowing its soil to be used for violence against any other country and that is something that the american administration simply does not believe and as a result the. in keeping with that position the troubled ministration has been making their references and their overtures to india asking the indians to be more engaged in the afghan fight even more irritating for the pakistanis prosecutors in egypt say a gunman who stormed a mosque in sinai were carrying an eyesore flag officially there is still no claim of responsibility but egypt's military has already started bombing targets part of a pledge by president of the c.c. but those behind the attack would not go unpunished although three hundred people
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are now known to have died in the attack and. the worst in egypt's modern history and a hoax reports. egyptian military has released this footage which it says shows its warplanes hitting targets in the sinai it's part of its crackdown on suspected fighters after friday's devastating attack these targets the military says a believed to be housing or storing ammunition linked to those who attacked the mosque has president abdel fattah el-sisi has promised to use brutal force and an iron fist against those responsible for what he called a heinous act of terrorism he also declared three days of national mourning this is the worst attack in egypt's recent history apart from the devastating loss of life people here a feeling angry too. before anything fault our leadership because our leaders haven't taken decisive decisions with respond why because this
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isn't the first time this has happened and it's in the malls that serious the brotherhood is giving money to these people they're spending all of them there helping them who else is going to help them this is the mosque that was targeted in the troubles northern part of the sinai it's used by sufi's members of a mystic movement within islam the attack began shortly after the noon worship started in the mosque was four witnesses described how between ten and twenty masked gunmen were a military uniform stormed the mosque and also blocked the escape routes local reports described how the gunman surrounded the mosque outside to mow down any survivors as well as those who are rushing to the scene to help this thirteen year old described how he survived yes i was outside the mosque and suddenly i heard gunshots inside i saw them running and i went inside the mosque and found all of the people climbing on top of each other they were trying to get out of the mosque because they were afraid and i was trying to get out in
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a bullet and had my leg no one has claimed responsibility for the attack but immediate suspicion has fallen on a local i saw linked armed group. analysts say the heavy hand the military response could potentially lead to more unrest you saw the beginning of fomenting of a cycle of violence of state repression targeting these groups through arbitrary arrests leading to them for mounting a cycle of violence. meanwhile the president has launched a thorough investigation of the families of the victims gather to bury that kind of hoax that our days are. coming up in the al-jazeera news hour fear and distrust how some range of refugees are reacting to a deal that could see them returned to me in march. facing the force of law is about new government moves in on robert mugabe's old allies. and his support photo you've got us pics lewis hamilton interpol position in abu dhabi on that story coming up with a. front right. un's
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refugee agency has been allowed to help hundreds of thousands of ranger muslims return from bangladesh to me and mark the two governments signed a pact on thursday settling terms for the repatriation process which is expected to begin within two months under the new deal hinge refugees will be moved to temporary camps also called model villages or constructed near their former homes in more also plans to issue them with identity cards on their return although mr injure of so far rejected the scheme trial stratford has more from cox is bizarre. it's impossible to imagine the level of suffering that people like these have endured over recent months and indeed for decades now stories of men women and children being killed by the me and my also stories of gang rape being committed by
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soldiers in the myanmar army stories that the myanmar government denies now this agreement between the bangladeshi and the myanmar government with respect to repack relation implies the eventual return of these people to a country that they have some sort of legal citizenship status but of course they don't they lost their citizenship thirty five years ago in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and it's when you speak to people here. that you really get a sense of the fear and the lack of trust amongst them they saying that they are not prepared to go back until their property is rebuilt and they get some sort of formal legal citizenship status. hasn't seen her husband since she fled a month ago. first they have to give us identity cards at the border stating that we are residents all citizens and that we are. otherwise we will not go in because they may start killing us again. also says his home and village was destroyed
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and he is terrified about returning to live and they wanted out of him we don't want to leave bangladesh back home we're afraid to leave our houses they kill us they take our people away we don't want to go back how do you that. according to the bangladesh government there's no fixed timeframe as to how long this repatriation will take it's hope that the process will start in about two months time the bangladesh foreign minister also says that myanmar has agreed that the u.n. h.c.r. the un will be involved in the process and it's aiming to set up temporary camps so people like these can live in the areas in which their homes were destroyed but the two main issues when you speak to the people here are issues of trust trust of the myanmar military and secondly citizenship will they eventually become citizens
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of the country for so long for so many generations they have called home charles stross that al-jazeera culture is bizarre libya's coast guard has recovered the bodies of thirty refugees from a shipwreck off its northwestern coast coast guard spokesman told al-jazeera another forty people are unaccounted for one hundred forty five have been rescued hundreds of refugees in papua new guinea have spent their first day outside a decommissioned australian run prison camp they were refusing to leave they said the town outside the camp isn't safe for them but some locals disagree andrew thomas reports from an assignment. internationally the words man a silent conjure thoughts of banished refugees but they're not the only ones who live here the island is big and has a population close to sixty thousand most people are spread out living in small villages in the interior or along the coast but six thousand live here in the
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islands only town lauren lauren gallo is also now home to about seven hundred refugees most moved here against their will on friday they say they want to stay in their former prison despite having to live on rainwater and smuggled in food because they did not think they say in town most local cop when you give you say that fear is misplaced money people are very accommodating people that love being. inclusive people but others have concerns about hundreds of men from very different cultures certainly living among them. is just men only and that is the way they come out ladies they find if we don't related needs on a big. issue did they don't feel the need of every leader. and then they may cause a problem with the local leadership that's not concerned though that necessarily leads to hostility walking around this market in a time fails to make a pretty sight but then i'm only here for a short time and i'm not
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a refugee from the middle east africa or south asia or things they say very different some refugees chose to leave the prison and move to lauren months even two years ago to keep occupied so just hussein works as a receptionist in the guest house but he's not paid refugees aren't allowed paid work and despite being much better integrated the most he says the town for refugees isn't safe one month there will be a good anyway if you deny on my neck the. port up or. if i didn't get with them the. many refugees have similar stories drunk young men attack them among the locals most have sympathy for the refugees but think it's time they move on or were moved on if you don't go on their belong to a different culture different world different language. for how this is to look
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there's one man. the refugees feel the same way andrew thomas al-jazeera one man assigned in papua new guinea zimbabwe's former finance minister ignatius chambre has been held in custody until monday when a court will rule on his bail application his corruption trial it comes the day after zimbabwe's new president was sworn in replacing robert mugabe who ruled the country for thirty seven years anderson and reports from harare the new presidency and the court cases have already started first in line ignatius chambre a former finance minister he owns more than one hundred homes and he's accused of corruption. is reported to have been in the military custody is even hospital treatment he says ma soldiers with assault rifles raided his home and he was illegally detained for forty eight hours as a military takeover took place also before the courts form a zanu p.f.
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used leader could sue knight ship bangor accused of corruption and slander he had resisted the army takeover earlier this month. we. know what. will shoot you. in. the army has already withdrawn from the streets of harare ahead of an announcement of a return to barracks and that action coincides with a high court judgment saying it's action and taking power and putting me under house arrest was lawful but human rights watch says it's an example of the military having undue influence on the judiciary and there are legal warnings that it could set a precedent. after his swearing in everson nougat had vowed to hit the ground running with a raft of measures to revive zimbabwe's shattered economy but he hasn't impressed
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the main opposition party. he has been part of the twenty seven years of disappointment thirty seven years of an i.q. that you see is from the same boat as mr mugabe they are cut from the same tree so it doesn't matter that present what appears to be a fresh deal it remains a pipe dream the people want to see quick or selves the change their lives. may have had with foreign investors and foreign diplomats but political reform and economic reform needs to happen quickly to have the effect he wants. al jazeera iraq. or zimbabwe's new president is promising a range of reforms to try to revive the want striving economy one of innocent and god was first made to appeal to the four thousand white farmers whose lands were violently seized under formally to robert mugabe in the year two thousand the move
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drew international condemnation and sanctions contributing to zimbabwe's economic slide from the breadbasket of africa to a country. struggling with severe casualties and high unemployment i want to go says the action cannot be reversed he's offering the farm as compensation many of the zimbabwean farm has fled to neighboring zambia south africa botswana and mozambique where they've helped to transform the local farming industries with their expertise charles murray is the head of country with gets to teach a consulting firm various maple craft he says man i got was offer of compensation sends a positive signal to potential foreign investors i think it was a noteworthy statement i think he's calling out to be somebody else but really to the international community to say that this seems like an old issue but it's absolutely paramount to zimbabwe's business community is certainly paramount to zimbabwe's farming community and what he's trying to say is that's true lined up to the south in the sam's and that's what the past behind us and he wants to signal
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that symbolically it's going to be a safe investment environment for businesses one must remember that support effective farm as many have moved to other parts of the world they develop new lives they have new livelihoods and for individuals and zimbabwe who took over those farms they have put in some cases up to seventeen years of investment in that land so it seems to make in the minds of many people a little sense to try to wind back the clock and put things back how they were so i think what he's trying to do is take the next step which is to say that's legally resolved this issue saturday is the international date for the elimination of violence against women have been held in rome and paris by france's president emmanuel macor and asked a series of measures to tackle sexual violence and he bought a report from the french capital. a big speech from the president on a topic that's a huge problem in france and beyond the money were mcauliffe said tackling gender
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based violence and discrimination would be his top priority over the next five years as he promised to get tough with. our situation up to now shows that something is not working in our country the shame that women experience a shame without reason since they are already victims the shame that should be experienced by the perpetrators of violence it is a civic and political shame it is a national disgrace earlier his minister for gender equality outlined how wide ranging the problem was is. violence against women takes many forms and we talk most about sexual violence but there has been more openness to talk about other types like physical violence so-called administrative violence where women's passport documents are withheld economic violence where many women find themselves staying in an abusive situation because of financial dependence. mcmullen said he'd introduce legislation next year including on the spot fines for harassment in public and he promised nationwide training for teachers health
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workers and police to help recognize abuse but this woman's rights activist who was in the audience is skeptical when the provisional is the model of police there's currently a lack of training particular for the police when it comes to harassment and sexism in public places so we're asking well you find the money for all that you're selling us the idea of a great national cause but with the smallest budget of all the government departments. in recent months seven hundred thousand people have signed petitions urging the government to do more on the saturday thousands more hit the streets many viewed the president's new initiative as just part of the solution i think anything to the others and says it is all nonsense equal rights in our society is what we ask for we demand equal rights for everyone but macron contactor line. here is that icing. will not act. if she's not obliged to artists what president mark raul has announced is in effect
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a revolution in the way france deals with violence against women these protesters want to see real change on the ground and they want to see it quickly and they are we keeping up the pressure until that happens the team got al-jazeera paris. still ahead on the al-jazeera news hour. finding neutral ground election that's dividing families in the village where everyone's related plus. how many innocent us ahead of sunday's general elections the government says it has reduced dramatically the number of violent deaths in one of the most dangerous country since the world. and that's good news for barcelona fans as you know messy signs and needy you will have to tell us about it's for better.
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hello it's time for europe to get properly cold again a real taste of winter is returning every time a bus applied for ages this is it and this side is still warm but that's a cold front so the code is coming south bringing some snow showers with it at first the british isles proper snow to the alpine heights and even higher ground in germany and of course austria and that's a position we end up at on sunday this is going to be snow or rain depending on high to get behind him just drop down to single figures as day maxima the winds ok in the sunshine a bit of a breeze but will feel pretty cold in paris at eight and zero at forty madrid's dropped down to twelve so that's talking away the warm air science words it's touching what's happening in moscow towards minus three has been minus something the days that still subzero along with kiev pretty close by with snow falling it
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just about plus four but it will get colder as the snow falls out of the sky that's a position the day after so which returning here it is could have a knock on effect for the size of the central mediterranean bit of a breeze going to me it feels particularly nice i think analogies are to nice with rain and a breeze the whole lot moves through libya towards egypt monday. we will maintain the finest fighting force the world has ever known united states army was so reliant on the private sector i would call it a dependency we have a mismatch between the way we on the magic work to be and the reality of the twenty first century enough to get here in a body deal for you and out how many of the persons that you're sending out you should be child soldiers and like i said i think that child soldiers reloaded at this time. if you were in beijing looking out the pacific ocean you'd
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see american warships when mess was that somehow time is aiming to replace america and around the world well the chinese are not that stupid these guys want to dominate a huge chunk of the planet this sounds like a preparation for our first president george washington said if you want peace prepare for war the coming war on china at this time on a just. no the top stories here are there the army has been called in to restore order to the pakistani capital islamabad after more than one hundred fifty people were injured
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in violence between police and religious protesters. egyptian military is not to campaign in the sinai region after an attack on a mosque which left more than three hundred people dead. zimbabwe's former finance minister has been held in custody until monday when a court will rule on his bail out the question on his corruption trial. i was detained during a military takeover that forced president robert mugabe from office. doctors in northern syria are being forced underground because of frequent attacks on hospitals one facility has been built entirely below the surface at a secret location to treat patients injured by government airstrikes. reports from gaziantep near turkey's border with syria. farmers on the operating table because his leg was injured in an airstrike but this is northern area operation theatre it's hidden underground so it will survive air raids. they
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were i'm afraid when the regime targets a hospital i lost a member of my family in an airstrike. it's known of the cave hospital in northern thirty or doctors are keeping its location secret for fear of further attacks by government jets. they showed us photos after some of the hundred and thirty five year strikes which have targeted their hospital medical facilities and medical workers nowadays are far from being working an ideal situation they're suffering all sorts of challenges one of the main challenges has to do with the insecurity they are witnessing not only has been growing for a long time but at the same time he doesn't it doesn't stop. this is what remains of many hospitals above ground so it took months of digging five hundred square meters in the mountains to convert tunnels into treatment room workers then plaster the walls and play found bags at the entrance to increase security. this is
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the doctor who began the project he was also killed in an airstrike last year and his colleagues continue to face challenges. the biggest problem is the airstrikes which target civilians this hospital is theoretically safe but we expect anything from the government and it's destructive weapons making the hospital safe is just one of the many challenges most hospitals in opposition areas suffer from a lack of medicine and other vital supplies that are to emergency exits in case of any attack being underground brings the constant challenge of maintaining the flow of fresh air so doctors and patients don't suffocate. we face difficulties such as ventilation and shortages of medical supplies after securing ourselves in a cave inside a mountain because serious health care system has been largely destroyed by six years of war preventive care units and health centers are nonexistent potentially fatal diseases are common because of a lack of vaccine. health care is being used as
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a weapon of war in syria. hospitals means denial of treatment and the only option to save lives is going on the ground. for. yemen's capital sana'a carrying humanitarian workers and vaccines to help fight defeat yemen is also enduring the worst cholera epidemic and is on the brink of a famine made worse by a blockade of the country. reports. wheels down at santa international airport for the first time in almost three weeks until saturday a saudi led blockade had shut down most of yemen's ports of entry after warnings by the un a handful of planes carrying polio and diptheria vaccines and aid workers arrived in the hooty controlled capital had only overlooked and asuna international airport was banned from receiving communitarian aid aircraft for more than one thousand
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days that led to more than five hundred u.n. aid workers being stuck here and the cancellation of more than fourteen aid flights . earlier in the week some aid trickled into the western port of who died but that has now stopped the world food programme tells al-jazeera it's still waiting to offload a ship carrying twenty five thousand metric tons of wheat enough to feed one point eight million yemenis for a month people need an avalanche of eight and they're struggling to survive cholera polio and diphtheria outbreaks in addition to the war humanitarians are serving the needs of seven million people who are completed dependent on. the blockade began on november sixth after who the rebels fired a ballistic missile into saudi arabia. the saudi led coalition fighting on behalf of the government says it needed to stop weapons smuggling the u.n.
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warns commercial imports particularly food and fuel must also resume the world food program says continuing to choke off the supply could have a disastrous effect on fourteen million people living in northern yemen people it says it doesn't have the resources to help natasha going to does iraq. hondurans are preparing to elect the next president public safety is a major concern for voters because the country has one of the highest murder rates in the world. as reports. young innocent often the victims of gang violence for now with extra security forces deployed to this neighborhood children can play without watching their backs. on average more than three hundred people male and young are every month this country is not formally a war zone but for years it has been the world's murder leader but that isn't to be
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changing. we implemented the community police model where we get closer to people talk to them when their trust they call us to give us information about criminals so we can capture them. violent homicides are reported to have fallen by just over twenty percent in the last year the violence observatory responsible for monitoring violent deaths says there's a number of reasons why among them the dismantling of drug cartels and increasing the security budget and reform of the police force the government says one of the reasons there's been a fall in the number of violent deaths it's because of army and police patrols like this one in some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the country. but here on the outskirts of some of the most dangerous city in the country in the middle says she lives in fear and doesn't believe the government's claims of success. is always
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kidnappings violent killings it's difficult for us to talk about this there are repercussions of violence hasn't reduced although the numbers are down critics say policing remains sporadic and people still live in fear that. it's costly to keep troops permanently the areas are very large and many are still controlled by criminals. and the target. killings continue in recent days the bodies of three political activists were found but government supporters say improvement needs to be measured over the long term see most of them will see more of the murder rate is still six times larger than the world average the situation is still critical but the policies must be sustainable to show the population but this is the way to repress crime. for now a signal is being sent to the gangs that change is happening in the us and the children have a right to plea in peace but the innocent just are just some. of us the
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murder rate may have dropped in recent years but hundred euro's remains one of the deadliest countries in the world the security ministry says in the first ten months of this year more than three thousand people died violently in honduras is also a major corruption problem the government has been accused of bribery embezzlement and doing business with drug cartels and the watchdog transparency international says military and police staff are selling weapons and ammunition on the black market order for pastore is a spokesperson for the opposition alliance he joins us from the hundred capital. how likely is it that these elections in your view will be free and fair. there's actually no no way that elections this process can be free fair or transparent that is something that we have made very clear from the opposition not only last few days but for months and years ago. the the process that
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a liar was ousted in a true in two thousand and nine which was set in train the events that are still in play at the moment and he wanted to change the constitution which was part of the reason that people said that he had to go but now the current president wants to stand again and that's against a constitution is that how does that work. well it's a very different different case originally what president's allies there was advocating for was to consult the people to open up a democratic process through which the people could decide if they were in agreement with or not in order to change the constitution going to a popular process of changing modifying the constitution writing a new constitution a new social agreement and this time around it's just the contrary it's a president who has been able to consolidate power during the last eight years it
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is in part the resort of the coup and the fact that the coup was able to stand and stay in power and what has he has been very successful at first as president of congress and now for the last four years as president of the republic he has been able to eradicate independence between different powers of the state he controls the supreme court of justice he controls the public ministry he controls the congress and he has been able to do that control to open the way for him to be able to stand to reach for reelection this time around so so what's your kind of what's the opposition's take on this i mean are you why participate in a process which you seem to think is so flawed. we are still able to believe in a democratic way to reestablish constitutional and democratic order in our country we are betting on this process as the last chance to do so democratic channels
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institutional channels for this to happen are definitely deteriorated after eight years of rule by one orlando and yet we still believe on this route to be able to rebuild a nation in a democratic way and yet what we are betting on immediately on the short term is that the vast majority of the hunger and population rejects one orlando's intention to be reelected and will vote for the alliance as the alternative to stop this re-election process to stop the attack on the mark receive one hundred and if you were to get into power what would you say the biggest challenge is for hundreds and. hundreds we're going to face huge challenges and we're going to face a challenge that will take so long to recuperate from that it might be generations
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from now that we will see the solution of many of the problems we face very deep structural problems we face the problem of inequality of poverty the majority of our population lives on their property and extreme poverty nowadays and the main project of the alliance of opposition is still to call for a popular poll that will. for presenting a project to write a new constitution because we know that in order to fix the structural problems we need to address the root of the problem and we need to start fixing what is a democratic system that has been undemocratic for the last thirty years and that should be reported in many ways and that the only way to do so is by running a new constitution on which all of those sectors of the population can participate they can feel represented and they have a say in it not only
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a very small group that has been holding on to power or political and economic during the last thirty years were over pastoral thank you very much indeed for joining us live there from to go seek out a thank you for the elections in nepal the causing tension in a small village in the eastern man i district most of the town's residents are related to each other and little differences have led to disputes among family members to be mistress to reports from men and district in brother village and district on the famous on the put a circuit in the park but this flags fly along with flags of political parties the stars of the party congress and the democratic alliance and the sun are the hammer and sickle of the left alliance in the small village everyone is related to each other because of its remoteness and distance from the capital in the past the community had a common identity and decisions were made unanimously now that mainstream politics
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has been thrown into the mix family relationships are strained. thomas ringarooma has come all the way from gottman to devote he and his wife she me don't want to stay with anyone if. i decide the other would get opposite the. devote. both sides or relatives whoever wins i hope they develop the district as all the hotels are aligned to one party or the other they will spend the next few days in town. when i'm sure going to couples many of the voters from montana live in the capital and have made the difficult journey to exercise their democratic right one candidate will represent this district in the national assembly and two in the state assembly one district has the smallest electorate with just five thousand eight hundred eighty one registered voters and before winter arrives the first phase of the election is being held in the hills and mountains where climate and
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geography can both be challenging the second phase will be held on the seventh of december in more moderate climate district officials in milan have deployed more than six hundred security personnel and nationally that figure is around two hundred fifty thousand. and it is the guy without enough they goes with the ground clearance of mobile force might not be able to strike on time and we are fully prepared otherwise. assured that the upcoming federal and state assembly and action would be held in a free and fair. voting will end by five p.m. local time but ballots won't be counted until the entire nation goes to poll which means for the next ten days the tension among family members here is likely to continue to al-jazeera manon district in nepal. cubans are looking ahead to a post castro era as a mark the first anniversary of the death of their revolutionary leader fidel
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castro built the communist state on america's doorstep half a century ago and in three months his brother and successor row or steps down a latin america editor lucien newman reports from havana. in old havana a decades old photograph of fidel castro framed by plastic flowers is put on display. at the hotel down where castro met with countless heads of state and international stars the staff paid homage to the deceased leader of the revolution with music and poetry. son alexis castro was the guest of honor he told al jazeera his father is resting in peace because. he was always certain of the continuity of the work and the ideals of the revolution he dedicated much of his efforts in life to just that i think he would be satisfied. a year ago the world took note of the passing of the last cold war warrior the revolutionary who created
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a communist state on the doorsteps of the united states in cuba a ten day mourning period paralyze the country on the anniversary of his death academics and communist party officials have been holding symposiums as part of a state push to keep castro's example alive as the country faces new hostilities from washington i might drop of a get it were possible for years and it's trump that wants to return to the past for there was always looking to the future i think the way cuber is handling the situation rationally and with is very little but many say castro's passing has had no impact on it all the way the same nothing has changed as usual he wasn't the only person a certain sadness because he was our president but nothing more but cuba is inevitably moving towards change fidel castro is gone and in just three months his brother and successor will be stepping down which leads to the obvious question of what will become of the cuban revolution once there's no castro at the helm the
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answer in part depends on just how well the cuban state can keep the del castro's bigger than life persona a life you see in human i'll just see how vanna. so ahead on the program in sport france celebrate take in the davis cup final. and i. think it's over the year. defying my disability on al-jazeera well at this time.
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with bureaus spanning six continents across the globe. al-jazeera has correspondents living the stories they tell. about. fluid in world news. now far as into how. lauren thank you so much japan's or our reds are the asian
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football champions for the second time they beat saudi arabia to one on our get in the champions league final on saturday the sides have played out to a one one draw in the first like in riyadh last week and with no goals in the first half it looked like that would be enough to secure victory for the japanese side but i'll feel our had a man sent off in the seventy ninth minute and just to be sure of victory brazilian rafael silva sports laura in the eighty eight minutes of the one nil day and she won overall the last time were i won the a.c.l. title was back in two thousand and seven. which even though it's true we want to thank the fans who did a great job supporting the players this evening and the whole management which built the foundation for the squad as it is now and we have learned a great deal from the first leg we analyze the main strategies and we came here prepared to perform at this level for the second leg that's why we prevailed
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earlier spoke to asian football expert paul williams he says the quality of play and the popularity of club football in asia is on the rise. there's five teams now in the world cup for the very first time from asia so that that suggests that there is some improvement in asia but it remains to be seen how those teams will perform at the world cup and then have that reflects more generally on the club people situation in asia you know that the clubs are improving year on year but there is still a big gap between a couple in asia and club football in europe and and that's going to take some some time for that gap to to show in a little bit but certainly it is a good sign that there are five teams from asia in the world cup next month and hopefully if they do go well then that suggests that there has been some improvement in asia over the last four years you know there is the population in asia as asian football continues to develop you know i think it's a significant portion of the world population to leave in asia so certainly that is
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the potential there but it's still a long way away from ever reaching the heights of the u.a.e. the champions league and i think would be many years before we ever see. the european champions league but you know certainly as a nation football fanatic i do hope that we get to see it one day. it's the news barcelona fans have been waiting for star for at lean unless he has signed a new contract with the club that runs until the end of the twenty two twenty twenty twenty two twenty one season with a buy a clause worth eight hundred and thirty five million dollars the news comes a day after messi won his fourth golden award for being europe's high school scorer last season he's netted a total of five hundred twenty three goals for barcelona in six hundred and two appearances and has helped them win eight league titles and four champions league crowns his previous deal had been due to expire next year but he said is always wanted to end his career at the club. now with that bit of business out of the way
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barcelona will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the league again second place side of the lens on sunday meanwhile their place around madrid were in action on saturday and they were they were twice paid back by malaga before a late winner from christiane were naldo secured a three two victory for the hosts it was the portuguese first league goals since october fourteenth and just his second in the league this season. in the english premier league manchester united close the gap on manchester city to five points with a one zero win over brighton on saturday city travel to huddersfield on sunday and other results top the missed the chance to move into the top three as they were held to a one one draw at temporary home wembley to a manager less west brom a seventy fourth minute equaliser from hurricanes salvaging the point for spurs and there was a point each for liverpool and chelsea as they played out a one one draw at and fields yet for us. it was very difficult to.
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to play these games after that on the other after nor is the form for my players and also because when you plea. it's not simple because you play it is that it is to deem how you play now. and that must feel. particularly the must feel. you have very intense game very difficult for us against everybody now is very strong just the team with. quite a different approach tonight. wow. there is to be no final pole position for lewis hamilton this formula one season the world champion was beaten by mercedes teammate valtteri bottas in qualifying for the season ending prix was oh point
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one seven two seconds quicker than hamilton around the awesome arena circuit to secure his fourth pole of the year ferrari sebastian vettel was there a point five four six seconds off the pace and third hamilton who secured his fourth world title two races ago in mexico will start from second on the grid as he bids for his tenth that race winner of the season and alba davi. yeah i think just you know rule i think. just little bits here and there i was up with think a tenth and a half out of ten one and then. i was six so another way it's been an incredible year qualifying and one that i've really enjoyed so and it's great to see so many british flags is so many people here today so we shared it thomas now in france will take a two one lead into the deciding day of the davis cup final against belgium the best of five match qantas was tied at one one going into the doubles after win apiece and the singles rubbers on friday richard guess kay and keith here she was
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the there gave france what could prove a decisive lead with a force that win over belgian duo ruben bell in men's and lauriston lure the davis cup champions will be crowned on sunday after two more singles ties. bigger snowboarding is set to make its olympic debut in chang next year on the sports stars have been continuing their bid to qualify for the bad side a world cup event in beijing austria is and i guess they are won the women's competition in china scoring was two hundred points higher than her nearest challenger the men's was won by canada's mark mcmorris forces first events boxing sustaining life threatening injuries following an out of competition sall in. march . coming off the really tragic injury and just how long it took me for and not only how long it took me over about how straining it is on your mental sort of to come back and have the confidence to do this in early starts again and if it can be really mentally challenging at times but it's all worth it when you
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win an event and finally american border daniella moreau's has won her second world title she is just sixteen by kiteboarding world championships took place in oman in the men's event was won by france's nico par anyway lead the women's field to throughout the tournament. and that's all you sport for now it's now back to lauren in london. thank you very much and that's it for made or intended for this news up i'll be back in a moment with another full round of the day's news thanks very much for watching.
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with over forty thousand people killed under his rule it took twenty five years to bring him to a court of law. but why for so long with such a brutal dictator considered an ally of the west we were reporting to the congress that pressed they were engaged to a clandestine. al-jazeera unravels the history of chad's notorious former president the same habit a dictator on trial at this time on al jazeera. hundreds are injured near pakistan's capital as police crackdown on protesters blocking.

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