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>> this issays. >> welcome to the newshour. here are the top stories. an end to a desperate week of waiting as a family is reunited in the philippines. the president attempts to deflect blame for his government's response to the disaster. >> pakistan's former president faces trial for treason. he could face a death penalty if convicted. i am barbara sara in london.
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the top stories we are covering from europe a boeing passenger jet crashes killing all 50 people on board in russia. >> tight secure for e elections in kosovo which have big implications for the country's future. we begin in the philippines where preside where the president is the continuing his tour of the region devastated by haiyan. his government was facing criticism it was slow to respond to the drafter. more than 4 million people have been displaced. >> what i want to stress is that the government has the means beyond many countries, 28 current trees helping out on the operations. can we rise up? of course we can but it will be easier and faster in everyone helps out. >> some aid has gun to arrive in
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the provrnings of eastern sama. it's cut off from food and water. the only option to get there is by air. we join the air force. he met a woman desperately to return to her family and witnessed their emotional reunion. >> there is not a second to lose as aust tralian air force troops packed c 130 with equipment and supplies. it was full of aid workers, police and one civilian, a young woman holding back tears in the dim cargo area. as the plain depends into this devastated landscape, she is overwhelmed. her name is solia pagapaton. hundreds are desperate to leave. she is desperate to get in. she hasn't heard from her family in more than a week. she is terrified of what she might find in her hometown of
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tatay. >> what's your reaction right now, seeing this? >> devastating. my emotion is... >> heading east toward the ocean, a panoram a of total sdruings rolls by. all that's left. about 500 families, once bustling i did hard to imagine anyone could have lived through this. then, a shout. >> that's your brother? it's her older brother, fausto. [crying. ] >> amazingly, somehow, everyone is here. her entire family is alive.
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tears of relief and joy, but the struggle is far from over. fausto's house is barely standing. delio wants her sister-in-law, who needs medicine, to evacuate. >> i am worried because there is no hospital, no nothing in here. whatever happens to her. >> her family and a few other survivors hearsay they want to rebuild their time and their lives but there are no jobs and no money. food and fresh water are running low and the aid won't last forever. in the aftermath of the typhoon, the only thing people really have here in tatay is each other. paul biben, the philippines. >> many of the survivors of typhoon haiyan have beenflow to tabu. al jazeera craig leeson is there.
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>> one of the main problems with the disaster like typhoon haiyan is finding water, food, and particularly shelter for th displaced people. hundreds have been arriving here on the c one 30 hercules aircraft every day. finding them shelter has been one of the main concerns of the philippine government. here, they are using a gymnasium to place people. if we have a look here at the board, you can see there are 191 people here 54 of those are under the age of nine. we have nine injured people and no pregnant women just yet. but over here, we've got all of the medical action. this is being hosted by the taiwan medical peace corpse pea corps. this is joe, the chairman. nice to meet you. come and tell us a little bit about what's going on here because it's very important work you are getting sick and injured people coming in with the team
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here? >> yeah. it is a mini hospital here going to the hospital, we have a hospital here right now. >> what sort of injuries are you seeing? what are they seeing? >> all kind of injuries there. cot did, and a lot of those who suffer fever, and, in fact, there is a three--day-old here. and then she was for two hours, for two days waiting for a ride in takaji. and finally,cloban. and finally, they are taking care of them. >> disease is a major problem if it's not checked because you have problems with contaminated water and no food and no sanitation? >> yeah. here we are safe, we have enough sflie of water, clean, potable water and we have been providing them provisions, maieals and everything. we put a smile on their face. >> it looks like it. you can hear kids playing with toys that are supplied to them
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by the government and by tonners. so one of the main problems taking care of here with food, shelter and water for survivors of typhoon haiyan. >> the former military leader was released from house arrest two weeks ago, but the pakistani government is facing criticism for the timing of the decision. c camille hyder has more. >> pakistan's interior minister said the government had decided to go ahead with proceedings against the former military ruler, president musharraf under article six. the announcement came as a surprise to the people of pakistan who were more concerned about what was happening in the city of rowel pendy where the city was experiencing curfew. the military had been called in to control the situation, and even though the government was not relaxing the curfew in that
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city, the situation was quite tension. the people were without communication because mobile telephones were blocked. the international airport in thethe islamabad, there were difficulties well passengers. there was questions as to what was happening and why the government chose to make this announcement now. >> the russian passenger airliner has crashed killing everyone on board, but the la latest let's go to barbara in our european newscenter. >> yes, the accident happened late on sunday as the boeing 737 owned by pakistan airlines attempted to land in the air force in the city of kirzan. about 720 kilometers east of moss co, in moscow the plain had taken off. peter sharp joins us now from the russian capitol. what more can you tell us about this? >> well, i can talk about the weather.
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the we think was rain and snow and the pilot attempted three times to land at kazan. and kept going around and kept going around and finally, put the aircraft down and witnesses there said it exploded on impacting. there were 44 passengers, six crew. >> that's 50 people on board. the aircraft when it -- when it came down. basically, there is now an inquiry underway by the emergencies minister. the regional airline safety racket is very, very poor. there was a very bad crash last year and the year before that. the average, the average in terms of fatalities on these routes is three times the world average so there local be investigations. >> peter sharp, live for us in moscow. peter, thank you. >> now, there have been protests
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in the netherlands over a christmas festival. it's around the dutch equivalent of santiago a clause. it's his assistant named black pete that has critics seeing red. more now from amsterdam. >> black pete may be controversial but he is a crowd pleaser if this is anything to go by. thousands of families lined the streets of amsterdam on saturday for the santa claus pair aid the dutch festival that comes before and is bigger than christmas here black pete, saints nicholas's naughty helper is the big draw which is why they paint their faces to look like him. it keeps the youngsters happy but not campaigners who claim this is a symbol of racism, a throwback to the slave trade. in the season of unity. the protesters was small, swallowed up by the crowds. but online, the 13,000 of them have backed a call for black pete and his current guys to be abolished. compare that to the 2 million
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who want him to stay. you can see there is little chance black pete will be going anywhere. we want to keep him. >> ask somebody who is not from this country. do you think this is racie? >> absolutely. no question. it seems it's racist. >> do you find it offensive? >> i don't find anything offensive about it, no. i like it. and i will do it will all years and i have children and my children like it. they do it at school. >> santa claus and black pete have been part of dutch life since region 20s. generations have grown up painting their faces black to look like black pete and take part in this parade. this year, look at the crowd. there is a notable reduction in the number of faces that have been painted black. people here want to keep this tradition. they don't want to be accusedol of racism. >> come pavered to last year, they are painted black. instead of children dressed up,
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because of this heated discussion, a restraint within sam sisterdam society. >> black pete is the approaching 200 years old. if these crowds get their way, he will have a lot of life left in him yet. phil lebell amsterdam. >> for later in the news how. barbara, thank you. still to come in this news hours, thousands of syrian refugees flood into lebanon. many more could be on their way as a new battle front emerges. france's president promises a tough stanchion against the nuclear program and and i am richard par r in dubai where hendrick stinson has made history in golf season finale. younger people have died in a series of bomb attacks in and
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around baghdad. one of the targeteds was a mosque in the kar dia adrift district. more from baghdad. >> another night of violence in baghdad as five car bombs go off in different neighborhoods of iraq. two in sunni neighborhoods, two in shiia neighborhoods and one in a mixed neighborhood. so far, we have heard 18 people have died and 45 have been injured. now, this is a pattern that we have seen time and time again here in iraq and particularly in baghdad. if you listen to the statements of people who have claimed responsibility in the past, searches kuwaited and its affiliates, they want to keep the sectarian pot boiling. that's why they attack mixed and shiia neighborhoods. we have seen from officials their language has changed. one city military officer said to me, the baghdad, iraq, now faces an open war. >> that's a very stark statement. now prime minister nouri malkey
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has been to washington, d.c. more help for excuse me equipment for security forces that sifrnltforth coming yet. so far, iraqi authorities are closing off streets and investigating exactly what happened but this is happening time and time again. many people are wondering if it will ever come to an end. >> the syrian government has launched a new offensive against rebels north of damascus. the fighting has forced thousands to flee across the border into neighboring lebanon. one of their main crossing points in the eastern having ofar sel. >> these are lebanon's newest refugees. almost 1,000 syrian families have escaped here over the past two days. many of these people came from the town of kar a in the kalamon region. many were already internally displaced from the conflict.
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>> i had to flee to kar achi yes ago. now, i have to run away from the fighting there. >> the town of kar a has been under intention yelling in what activists are calling the lead up to a major battle for kalam on. n. it is along at a time damascus highway. they want to push reynolds out of this territory north of the capitol. the region is lear lebanon's eastern border. >> the refugees used illegal smuggling routes. it is a main point of entry for syrian refugees. local officials here expect more syrupians to arrive in the coming days as fighting intentionfies in kalamoon. ar sel is a logistics had you been for syrian rebels. it is their only remaining lifeline along the lebanon-syrian border. this mainly sunni border town supports the opposition and
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lebanon's shia armed group has sent fighters to support the syrian regime. >> hezbollah has joined the battle in syria. the problem is if the syrian obvio opposition decides to retaliate against the syria, it will have negative repercussions in the country. >> officials here are warning that they could be facing the beginning of a humanitarian agency. these new rivals have added more pressure on a current tree which hasn't been able to cope with the refugee crisis. it could get worse now that the battle in the densely populated region has begun al jazeera,ar sel, eastern lebanon. ar sel, eastern lebanon. voting is underway. it is a contest with major implications for the country which has turned childhood friends into rivals. the leading candidates grew up together and found themselves on opposite sides of the political divide. a report from sant iiago
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>> reporter: at the fish market, the wide variety of seafood is overwhelming. almost as overwhelming as the unprecedented number of candidates to choose from in this presidential election. >> there are nine of them, says this voter. they include three women, independents, candidates from the far left to the far right. in the lead, two women with a shared history. bachal bachalay. their fathers, air force generals were close friends. the military coup divided their families and chile. one, matay joined a dictatorship, the other died at the hands of it. >> even though we did have a childhood that we share, we represent two different products of country, of society. >> the former socialist president has a double-digit lead over her conservative rival. the only candidate who believes
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chile does not immediate major reforms. >> to do tax reform, my adversary is proposing will ruinous, she told business leaders. but the demands of the street, from free quality education to a new constitution to replace the one left by the former dictate offership dramatically changed the in caseses political agenda. chile's currently constitution does not allow the government to unilaterally call a reverender. to try to prove the public supports a new constitution, unprecedented movement is underway calling for voters to mark the top right-hand corner of their ballots with the letters "ac" which stand for constitutional assembly. the candidate who will most certainly win will have higher corporate taxes for free education, public health and pension funds. >> another candidate, who came
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in a close third in the last presidential election says the generation of politicians won't deliver. >> when she was president, she and her team blocked the vast majority of the reform she proposes today. why? because her generation was traumatized by the coup. they were held back by fear of confrontation. >> widespread. so perhaps the biggest uncertainty is how many people will actually participate in this presidential election in which the first time voting is not ma'ammed tory. lucy newman, al jazeera, sant iiago. >> let's look at some of the issues dominating campaigning until chile. it is renowned for its education system. students away it is unfair. now, they say
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>> she stood down. she is promising fundamentals change as lucia mentioned in her report. >> that's the main issue here. the poor distribution of we think, the fact that education needs to be sorted out. transport needs to be sorted out. i think many people here feel michelle bacholet who left
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office with 84% is probably grown and they would like someone to carry out those major reforms. >> she may be seen to be the right person to carry out the reforms. but what about rivals? what are they saying about her proposals? >> well, her closest rival, evelyn mcday, is simply saying that chile is doing all right. it needs a little bit tweaking here and there, but fundamentally, why change a system that works very well? many chileans would disagree with her saying chile is not working that well apart from a tiny elite. the others, pretty much the other candidates, nine candidates all together for the about the see have pretty much variations on that theme t quite how much should chile's constitution be reformed? this is a constitution, pretty much left over from the military dictate offership hasn't'
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changed dramat click since pinochet changed 20 years ago. it's how much that constitution should change, how much what on the surface looks like a health bey economy should be messed around with. >> intriguing. daniel thank you for that. reporting for us from the chilean capitol of sant iiago. >> the french president says he will continue tom oppose a nuclear deal with iran until he is convinced it is not pursuing nuclear weapons. speaking in israel at the start of a three life day trip. it is thought france was involved in blocking a final deal to ease sanctions during a summit of world powers last week. >> france will not stand by and watch the proliferation of weapons will maintain position and sanctions against them. >> and it joining us now from jerusalem, mike, we do know that
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president net en netanyahu and ilan have been holding a news conference. what's come out of that press conferen conference? >> its centered on the issue of iran. both leaders making very clear their belief that pressure needs to be maintained in the words of therictionisi prime minister benjamin netanyahu not only must pressure be maintained. it shut be rach edited up. he insists sanctions must be continued to be applied and more should be introduced until and here he made clear israeli bottom line. he says iran has to destroy all its centrifuges and heavy water reactor. francois holland was on the same page to a certain extent. he said negotiations are far better to any force. he said progress has been made in these ongoing negotiations in recent days. he said it was not about
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blocking any deal. he had just been thanked by prime minister netanyahu for his role in preventing the deal from going through recently. he said it's about getting credible guarantees from the iranians that they will not pursue nuclear weaponized technology. a slight subtle difference in the approach of the two leaders. but generally, they are both on the same page. they insist that more pressure should be exerted on iran while these negotiations continue. >> i find that interesting, mike, israel had been for some time the lone voice against relaxes sanctions against iran. now netanyahu has found an ally in olan. how did that come about? >> one must make clear it wasn't only is real vocal in the deal negotations saudi arabia and gulf states un comfortable and made the discomfort clear. on the issue of francs, it is
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interesting. sfranings does have close relations with israel. it importantly has very close relationships with states such as saudi arabia. i am not suggesting this relationship in any way clouded the frefrmth opinion on the iranian deal. however, that is always in the background. the position olan is taking and he was very careful in positioning himself, insisting negotiations are good, they must continue, insisting force is an unacceptable option and insisting, too, that a deal is possible if the guarantees put forward by the iranians are sufficient. he did not go into the details of what guarantees he needs. however, he did make very clear that negotiations should proceed and france may not be as inflexible in terms of meeting a deal as certainly a country he like israel or indeed saudi arabia might be. >> mike, thank you for getting us up to date on that. mike hanna there speaking to us
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from jerusalem. >> still ahead on this news hour, nepal is heading for e elections but will female politicians find they are on the losing side? that story coming up. >> surely they are going over. this is a disaster for the danish team. >> certainly is. the extreme sailing theories lives up to its name. details coming up with sanna. >> we find the fault lines that run through communities. >> the shooting happened about 30 minutes ago. >> companies... >> the remains of the fire are still everywhere here. >> the powers that be at home and around the world... >> not only do they not get compensation but you don't even have to explain why?
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>> well thats exactly what i said. >> we question authority. >> so you said we could get access... >> that's enough! >> ... and those affected. >> investigative journalism at it's toughest.
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>> it is thought the plane lost altitude as the pilot attempted a second landing. sma >> more. the aftermath of haiyan. churches in the philippines are usually full but more than 80% is catholic. this week, services were especially poignant as margot reports fromt tacloban. >> people here having immediate material concerns. ing a agatha said she is made a special trip even if she is not a regular church goer. >> we kim to pray, to give thanks to the lord we survived, survived to see my daughter's 10th birthday. >> they are one of the few families who have received aid. hundreds of others say they are
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still waiting. the national government has been criticized for its poor management and slow and inadequate response to this disaster. but officials meant to be pro-active taking preemptive measures like ordering evacuations and setting aside relief goods ahead of time. by their own admission, the extent of the devastation far exceeded expectations. >> president akino is back in the central islands to get an update directly from local officials on relief efforts. coordination problems and check on the condition of those displaced. >> no matter how upset i am, i will just have to stomach it. what else can we do? >> there is still so much to be done, but aid agencies are hopeful things are improving. >> once our systems are up and running -- and it does take time. it takes a week, 10 days to get the systems going, things will work a lot more smoothly. >> the rains continue to fall over tacloban. the weary, the desperate, the
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living gather in god's house, trusting that someone's listening. mara tigas, tacloban. >> egyptian security forces, on the summer city. police moved in to disperse those. still in egypt, the country has ended its state of e energiency. activists not wanting anger on the industries streets are facing new forums online. for from cairo. >> these protests held at a cairo sub usual last week. the images probably did not appear on any egyptian channel. that doesn't mean they weren't
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seen. they are on live streaming web sizes like bambooza. allowing people to witness in realtime. >> many people are claiming numbers are small. we want to record the images to show how big we are. social media has been seen a as a catalyst. it became a tool for political change giving the protesters the ability to topple the mubarak regime and journalists unprecedented access. >> the only people having tools to make news and television picture and that's why the revolution got the support from the local and the world support. now the situation changes because journalists, like other journalists found themselves as part of the political team.
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>> one those recording egypt's human story. is it he took up photo journalism. he tells me uses his camera to chronicle his country's continuing upheaval. he was one of the few in rava square in august to record what happened he says his aim is to bring home the human cost of the events he witnesses? >> this is rewarding to me to see that people will regain some of this essential human feeling of being sympathetic with victims, innocent victims, and this is an impact i am very -- i am very glad to have happened. >> the immediatacy of the internet means incidents like this can happen. on the first day of deposed president mohammed morsi's trial, a female supporter of asisi is slapped by a supporter of morsi. as soon as it was streamed, this video went viral.
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just another demonstration of how modern media are transforming how events in egypt are seen. dominic cain, al jazeera, cairo. >> heavy security has been in place for a repeat of local elections in kosovo's ethnically divided north. three polling stations re-opened in the serb dominated part. let's cross now to london. >> yes, three polling stations re-opened in the sush dominated part of ni trina tsi where voting was shut down two weeks ago. the latest from there shortly. first, a quick look at why this local election has such wide ranging implications. the vote is seen as a crucial test of serbia and kosovo's relationships more than 5 years after they unilaterally declared independence. both hope it will boost their hopes on joining the european
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union. before that happens, the eu wants serbs living in northern kosovo to integrate with the rest of the country. a good indication of that would be their part isation in the election. so while serbia's government and belgrade has encarpoolinged them to vote, hard liners who have refused to recognize kosovo's independence have tried to thwart the election. more. >> under the watchful eye of the police force, these people are once again casting their ballots . >> last month, masked men entered the bombing station, destroyed ballot boxes, smashed wind otherwise and injured election commission members. while their identity isn't known, fingers were pointed at the anti-election campaigners dubbed serb extremists by belgrade. those who boycotted the e elections rejected the allegations. >> it would be political madness. why would we destroy ballot boxes when at the time, only about 2% of the people voted.
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we were getting ready to start celebrating. all of the facts are suggesting belgrade did it. >> they hope it will will smooth their path but it appears to be reluctant backing as the prime minister was keen to point out when he addressed voters on friday. serbia can't help with tanks, not because serbia doesn't want to but because they aren't allowing us and because we can't win in this battle. today, we can win only by strong political connections and making smart choices. >> that's why you need to grab power here because of a strong election campaign led by belgrade government, the situation here is way different than comparing to just two weeks ago. many more people are voting, and there is no boycott campaigners to heckle them. >> the government is determined
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the election will be a success. >> it is important to get the problem of the north solved because it has become a pebble in the shoes of kosovo. kosovo cannot represent itself as a functiona state without the north of the country and without the serbs. >> if the elections are a success, it's only a resolution in the north of kosovo crisis. deep division remains. it seems this is only the beginning of a long and uncertain journey. >> a bloody uprising which triggered the downfall of agrees 's former military dictator ship has been commemorated in athens marking 40 years since the revolt. the report now from the greek capitol. >> they weren't born when tanks rolled into the politechnic but
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they heard of the heroism of those who stood up to dictators. >> we see a democratic difference in government every day. i figure the more we fail to react to that, the longer it will react. democracy may now exist but if we don't fight every day, it won't have any value. >> students had a simple demand. democratic representation on university bodies. their battle cry was bread, education, freedom. tens of thousands of people openly flouted a law against public gathers to join them in the small hours of november 17th, 1973, the tanks crashed through the university's gates. dozens are thought to have been killed in the hours that followed. democracy was restored the following july. colonels fled after they botched ab attempt to overthrow sicypre. some became a new generation's left-wing politicians.
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>> they were truthfully beautiful with lots of people. it grew trite. the fact is that the policyitecnic uprising wasn't organized by any political party. it was organized by the students independently of everyone's political allegiance. >> with youth unemployment above 50%, however, the crisis has discredited all parties and politicians. >> enthusiasm for striking and demonstrating has recently dulled, partly because it is the poly technic's politics above the national interest. but this anniversary shows that in the midst of this crisis, the crickets still see the polytechnic a representation that is as relevant as ever. >> the crisis has called people to question not the value of freedom but how their politicians used it we went into a state of lie 7 shusness without order and without we are
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accountable to the rest of side with oured a. >> if greece manages to create opportunities for why unpeople again, it may restore luster. john soropoulos, athens. the nation of georgia has inaugurated its new president, 44-year-old philosopher, yurgi. he has pledged to strengthen the ties with the west and maintain commitment to nato. he won last month's presidential election with 62% of the vote. some are questioning how much of the influence by the multi-billionaire prime minister. >> the he formally leaves the
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scene he will be an important actor given his financial aid and influence and popularity. it remains to be seen how leaders fair. >> europe's most active volcano, movement aetna has erupted again over sicily and shooting ash into the sky. italian officials say it started late on saturday and taperred off on sunday. it doesn't en dadanger any of t nearby villages. >> doris schlesing has died at 94. she published more than 55 novels, short stories and essays, works that were praised for tackling race, gender politics. she was best known for her 1962 breakthrough novel, the golden notebook and won the noble prize for literature in 2007. she says she passed away
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peacefully at her london home early on sunday. >> those are the main stories making the news here in europe. now, let's go back to doha. >> barbara, thank you. still ahead on the news hour, the sky's the limit where the air show in dubai, counting the cost of the biggest order in history. in sport, novak jokovich in the couple final against the czechoslavakian republic. all of the details shortly. >> despite treacherous conditions, rescue efforts in
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>> thank you for watching in al jazeera's news hour. a french engine ear held until nigeria for almost a year has escaped captors. francis cologne slipped out of his cell and reached a police station. he was kidnapped in the northern town of remi. libya's deputy spy chief has been kidnapped. he is leader of one of tripoli's revolution brigades. he was abducted while leaving the airport. >> william in nepal made historic gains winning more than a third of seats in congress. now, nepal is voting again. women will losing ground. here from catmandu some would say she is one of the lucky ones. nominated to be a dan data for the national assembly. she is one of the few women to be ever nominated by her party to run for elected office in
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nepal. >> we women have to express our dissent to all political parties, not just the congress party. we are not nominate enough women. >> this is second time nepal is electing a body to write the country's new construction fuel. in the last assembly, 33% of the members were women. this time around, of the 6,000 plus candidates for e elections, just over 600 are women. this is recently rally, female candidates gathered together to encourage other women to enter the political arena. >> as lodge as women don't join politics, the issue of freedom for women will never be taken up by the government. >> women participating here cut across all political parties and eye deelects. o less than 11% of candidates say solidarity of women is the only
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way to bring the women's movement forward. >> even now, to bring promising quality have backtracked? >> this is related with the backing out of the political initiative that is being eroded with the constitution process which hasn't taken into account. >> it is not only women who have been excluded by the major political parties. untouchables in the hindu cast system are also under represented. >> they were afraid if they had enough women and ballot candidates to form caucuses across party line and such representatives would go beyond their control. >> there is strength and numbers and thoughtful women's issues.
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the main political leaders being upper cast men, the voices of the weak including women continue to be depressed. serena, al jazeera, katmandu. >> time for sports. here is sana. >> thank you. swedish golfer henrik stinson has finished the european and when the european seending in d by. more. >> he proved why he is the hottest player in golf right now. in dubai. he finished in style with an eagle on the 18th. chim and the rest of due by crowd. a permanent
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richard par r, al jazeera, due by. >> adam scott was missing from the line-up in dubai but he didn't miss out. scott had a back to back win at the australian master's on sunday. he beat american fisher. a second tournament win in a row having won the australian pga just last week. >> football no. booking their place in brazil for african record sevening time. they beat 4-1 in the second leg of their qualifier after a goalless draw in the first leg, it was camaroon who took a lead.
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they doubled the advantage. they pulled one back but macoon scored twice to seal the win. niger were were the first team from their continent to book a place. they beat in the second leg of their play-off for a comfortable 4-1 aggregate victory. a penalty from victor moses and victor obina made certain of their place in the world cup finals for the second straight time. left the fans dancing the night away in the nigerian rain. >> in today's game, i don't mind if we play badly and qualify. so today, whatever goes on as long as we qualify, we will make it up. >> ivy coast fans have reason top celebrate. ory coast fans h top celebrate. by beating senagal.
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it sparked wild celebrations in abejan. >> legendary kindolka has been talking for the first time since ending his 24 year of international cricket on saturday. the record scoring run maker explained how emotional he was at the end of his career. >> the stadium is part of me. this will never happen again. so that, i was really emotional. i couldn't control tears. knowing the fact that i would never have a cricket bat in my hand playing for india which was really, really emotional. >> in a few minutes a record 8
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victory in a row for the u.s.a. grand prix in texas. the germa driver insured red bull has started on the 10th time in 18 races, confirming the team's dominance this season. his teammate mark weber continued the front road. gojan continued his good form qualifying in third. davis cup after winning the final singles match on sunday. the home team had been trailing 2-1 to the holders but world number 2 beat straight sets. beating world number 117, doson in the deciding match to secure the win 3-2. we will show you the highlights of the final a little later. indiana pacers suffered their first loss of the season.
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they went down to the chicago bulls with 1111 derek rose with an impressive display. lodang notched up 23 points and seven rebounds to help chicago grab 1/10th and 94 win. extreme sailing lived up to its name for one team. >> going over. surely, they are going over. oh, this is a disaster for the danish team. >> extreme sailing team capsized off of the coast of brazil when their boat was hit by a sudden gust of wind. no one was seriously hurt. sap had been working their way up to third in the overall standings before the incident. the wave, allengi in the final day's racing. >> that's it. >> thank you very much. well, the biggest order in aviation history has just been
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announced at this year's air show in dubai. emirates offered 50 air buses and 150 of boeing's new long-haul aircraft, the 777x. in total, 19 billion dollars were spent on the first day. santa maria is at the show. >> day 1 at the due by air show, 2013, it was the host airline, emirates which absolutely stole the show with the biggest order of planes in history. we will illustrate it with the model here have a look at this. you will know in plane, the double decker air bus plane. emirates bought 50 of those, and paid $23,000,000,000 for them. that will mean when it finally, takes all of those planes in many years' time, it will actually have 140 of those planes in its fleet, more than any other air lien in the world. next, we have the 777, the long-range, wide-body plane by
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boeing, a new version of that 777 x is what emirates bought, 150 planes for $76,000,000,000, emirates spent $99,000,000,000 in one day, future proofing, if you like, making sure its fleet is well up to date and having the capacity to serve all of its hundreds of locations around the world. so that's what it did and the gulf carriers, in abu dhabi bought up to 80 boeing jets and kutar went for 50. that will tells you the story not just day 1 of the air show but of the whole aviation sector at the moment. it's about the gulf carriers, the middle eastern carriers, the one which can afford to do this, expanding and are the he have ve of the legacy carriers, the european and the american carriers. they have been featured heavily on day 1 as has boeing. boeing sold up to 220 of its planes today, adding to a backlog of 4,800 planes in
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protection. boeing will be busy for a long time to come.
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