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so munch to the rest of the world's indigenous people who live here have always realized that now is the smoke fills the skies and the ashes pollute the river the rest of the world is beginning to realize it too. deep divide over how to tackle climate change the u.n. talks in madrid drag on those countries struggle for a deal. from doha everyone i'm kemal santa maria this is the world news from al-jazeera after days of violent protests india's home minister says he is open to discussions on the controversial citizenship law also yemen's hooty rebels call for international help as an abandoned tanker spills oil into the red sea and caught in the crossfire
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we speak to afghans suffering on the bombing campaign against isis. so american talks at the u.n. climate summit have so far failed to bridge the deep divisions between the world's biggest polluters and those desperate for a deal discussions adieu to resume soon in madrid if the cop 25 conference supposed to end on friday the chairwoman has now told delegates that the world needs them to reach a deal they remain deadlocked over emissions targets and how much money poorer countries should get to cope with climate change i request all the fiction. all your training. now and all your volunteer to find you know these agri not the sense is that we need to have an ambitious song.
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we are almost there it's hard it's difficult but he's worth it i specially meet you but people you know were countries media. well activists unhappy with the state of the talks staged a sit in outside the conference room and members of the group extinction rebellion protested by dumping horse manure near the buildings entrance i later stood on melting blocks of ice with nooses around their necks quite apart as they will observe is attending the conference a fear international efforts to tackle climate change are actually slipping into reverse i think it's disastrous profoundly disturbed the outcome the draft outcome that has been put forward by the chilean presidency is disgraceful completely unacceptable i don't know why they're afraid to stand up to. the world who are destroying the amazon and the donald trumps of the world that are pulling
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out of paris what is happening here is mind boggling and absolutely unprecedented on the extra day off talks then issues where. divergence from parties across the board this is set for a collapse unless we fix it in the next few hours reporting for us from the conferences nick clarke says the outcome of these talks will be critical. it was supposed to be the conference that we launched to bring the board of optimism into 2020 the year that the paris agreement finally became this instrument of international cooperation in the fight against climate change instead what we got was disappearing into a black hole of national differences led by australia by brazil by japan by the united states and by more people and up until now we've had this watered down agreement that is a 1000000 miles away from what science says is needed to be done and what the mood on the street reflects is needed to be done a new text has been published we got reaction i think what's happening with the
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paris agreement is that people are some countries in particular trying to push it back from the level of ambition that we had which was a very ambitious anyway it was good enough but it wasn't really very good we need to raise ambition and countries are trying to push back on the level of ambition that they had promised to them and we don't mean that madrid is a failure it might mean a madrid is a failure but then i feel that no decision is better than a bad decision and if it's a choice between a bad decision and no decision and no decision is better it isn't over yet and the talks will continue some of these negotiators have been not it for more than 36 hours but the willingness and the cooperation of the 2015 pounds agreement well that seems sort of evaporated. on to other news now on who the rebels in yemen are appealing for international assistance as an abandoned tanker off the country's coast leaks fuel into the red sea but the yemen's government actually claim
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ownership of the vessel and its cargo of more than a 1000000 barrels of oil mohamed a lot of reports from santa. another casualty of your man's war the floating of the northern coast is leaking fuel into the red sea there are 1200000 barrels on board and hold these which one of the diesel are loaded are appealing for international help but. if the leakage continues the problem will be beyond the capability of the world community to blame the saudi that aggression on our country as they have refused to allow us to unload the shipment and pay the monthly salaries of public employees as agreed to in the sweden peace accord there are fears the ship could erode and explode and experts are warning that are going always spill could have a lasting impact on the marine environment. the gulf of the red sea has to unique kinds of mangrove that did not exist in any place around the
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world the oil will block the sunlight from reaching sea plants including coral reefs and other fish. the poor over us was 1st targeted by the saudi. in 2016 when an attempt was made to elude the shipment of oil workers were killed the poor the again in november 21000 the ship's been deteriorating ever. both sides claim their control of the tanker and there is a battle over who profits from its oil fuel is in short supply and is disparate really needed not all the forecasts but also for water pumps hospital generators and even to transport goods all around the country. bob. it's on our. china has suspended tariffs on u.s.
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goods that was supposed to go into effect on sunday they would have covered everything from cars to corn and wheat a decision was made after the 2 countries announced phase one of a deal aimed at ending their 2 year trade dispute the us government has also suspended plans to impose further tariffs on chinese products to india where the home minister says he is willing to discuss the gestures for changes to a controversial new citizenship law people have been protesting against it for days especially in the northeast and the u.s. and u.k. of issued travel travel advisories for the region the law would allow minorities from neighboring countries facing persecution to apply for indian citizenship that excludes muslims this report from said. they gathered across the capital and other states their message loud and clear the citizen amendment act. as it's note has to go. the president of india gave his assent to the cia on thursday the controversial law allows citizenship to be granted to
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minorities from 3 neighboring countries but the opposition says it discriminates on religious grounds and goes against india's secular constitution this bill is undermining our language and culture and i didn't deal with it the best i'm in the northeast here. they have come here to save the constitution one of india's opposition leaders described the bill as dangerous. prime minister narendra modi and home minister don't care this citizenship amendment bill de brought in recently was shots of the soul of india is happening in assam and the northeast states of the country. was in the days leading to the new law being approved protests erupted across the country the most violent in the state of a somme in the north east several people killed a car set on fire and government buildings attacked. political leaders in the states of carola punjab and west bank said publicly they will implement the law
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leading to a potential conflict with new delhi. it is the beginning of something very personal for us you know you 1st put a star then you put people to a ghetto then you finally take them to the end point out this unfortunate could be the beginning of what could result in. disenfranchisement of a very significant population in india. the numbers here may present the indian prime minister david remotely with his biggest challenge since august the 5th when he stripped indian administered kashmir the only state in india to have a majority population and it's autonomy that in november his government what a historic court battle between hindus and muslims ownership of a disputed religious site i tell you it will top pradesh and now this the see a muslims are the only ones the law also provides inducement tumbles through. and through from gaining citizenship critics say secular protections ingrained in the
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indian constitution and now under threat and it seems that a long political social and cultural fight is on the cards for prime minister director modi and the indian government so rob and al jazeera. so as have been saying the anger against the bill in the northeast in particular is actually for a different reason many people there say there linguistic and cultural identity will be diluted by the influx of bengali speaking hindu settlers from bangladesh the b j p is in power in many states in the region and some within the party of voice their opposition to the law one of those states is are some which saw a violent movement in the 1980 s. against refugees both hindu and muslim spoke to. a little bit earlier the deputy editor of the wire which is an online news website in india she says the citizenship bill is reigniting issues surrounding violence that erupted 3 decades ago in austin. so my son you know it's
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a did i listen to sam mccord of 985 most it was a very violent kind of energy you know against. migrants who had crossed from bangladesh. you know without documents so so this was some sort of a closure for the people there on the. crosses there never will fulfill that song but then when you try to go with that you know you were actually sitting on and this is what we saw in the summer and the people feel that my did 71 wherever had been accepted you have been accepted under this court so a lot of money government is trying to do is actually give more amnesty. deal about 20 december 24 d. to their hindu people who crossed all was after 970 i'm doing something. but if it wasn't then of course you were an illegal so this is what is just
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several protesters have been injured in lebanon's capital after security forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the crowds on saturday people remain angry over endemic corruption and sectarianism and hundreds of them gathered in beirut as part of the latest anti government demonstration right police beat and detained some protesters after they tried to break into a barricaded area. supporters of one of the most powerful iranian backed militia groups are rallied in baghdad after the u.s. imposed sanctions on one of its leaders the us flag was burned as well as effigies of president trump israel's prime minister and the saudi king solomon. washington imposed sanctions on. for allegedly killing demonstrators trops administration is ramping up its economic pressure on iran. in the news ahead.
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they call themselves the sa dean movement for the way thousands of them cram into open spaces to protest we'll tell you why they're on the road. and searching for solutions in mali how to bring peace to a remote desert region has provoked a national debate. hello again welcome back to international weather forecast well we're still looking at images coming in across parts of western europe yesterday it was spain today it is in southwestern parts of france i want to show the flooding that has been going on in this particular area all due to the rain coming out of the pyrenees as well as water being pushed up and some of those river valleys a lot of rivers are flooding and you can see here water chest high in some
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locations 2 people have died in this area because of the flooding as well as 70000 people are without power because of the very gusty winds now today it's going to be a better day across much of the region but we are going to be watching a system coming out of the atlantic that's going to bring another round of rain and winds not only to france but down across a bit peninsula and also into northwestern parts of africa for portugal though here on tuesday expect to see some very gusty coastal winds and also the likelihood of flooding morocco you're also on alert for the same weather system coming into play not a bad day today in robots but as we go towards monday notice that system is going to be right along the coast so what that means for you is the winds are going to be kicking up about 75 kilometer per hour as we go towards monday and by the time we get to tuesday very heavy rain across much of the area with a significant flood fit for you. that was sponsored by catalona. talk to al-jazeera we were told to get to it without going through all the ration
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has this been addressed by tokyo we listen what these the proposal of spain for. we meet with global newsmakers and talk about the stories that matter which is 0. new yorkers are very receptive to al-jazeera because it is such an international city they are very interested in that global perspective that al-jazeera provides. you with al-jazeera and these are the headlines this hour well the leaders of the top $25.00 conference in madrid have once again failed to reach consensus on how to tackle climate change the meeting was supposed to end on friday evening but
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negotiations have now dragged on into sunday after days of protests india's home minister says he is willing to discuss how a controversial citizenship law can be changed that allows minorities from neighboring states who are facing persecution to apply for indian citizenship but it excludes muslims who the rebels in yemen are appealing for international help as an abandoned tanker off the coast leaks fuel into the red sea. yemen's government claim ownership of the vessel and its more than $1000000.00 barrels of oil. months of u.s. and afghan aerial bombings are said to have severely reduced eisel falls that military officials say only around the hall for the group's $4005.00 as a thought to still be active across afghanistan however as tony put in a report from the province civilian. facing the brunt of the sustained bombing campaign. this is the village of good day in one go hard province close to the
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pakistan border it was the stronghold of i still in afghanistan now it's a ruin destroyed by u.s. bombs it was on here that the armed group planned and launched attacks and carried out brutal punishments but over the last few months the u.s. and afghan air forces have waged a sustained bombing campaign that has significantly reduced eyesores capability washtub. the joint campaign with the us has been big and effective it has been a game changer and will continue wherever they are we will target them i saw is in the process of being eradicated we won't stop until they are. that contrast with the situation 6 months ago when i saw all bolstered by fighters from iraq and syria was being described as a serious threat 2 weeks ago hundreds of its fighters surrendered to the afghan government in action district now it's estimated that only half of the 4000 strong force is still intact the afghan army has been helped by a string of recent successes against both the taliban and i still they are trying
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to. do try to stick to varieties. to explore didn't and the city cost more civilian casualty and. now reproof. real we have the spall to kick them like we did to tick malted or to do it from them play create. to follow them to listen there's no question that i saw has suffered some major setbacks recently but when to side with its lack of ground cover is normally the time when it reduces its activities so spring time will be the test for the government can't fully focus on defeating i so it's a war with the taliban is over it may be losing but i saw a hard line ideology maybe harder to defeat is supported by other like minded afghan groups such as the seller fees and what they're not completely. eliminated
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but the progress is remarkable which which makes sense and for a strong us you you have. what we've gone. salafi wahhabi pocketing a one a stone and be difficult thing that they have been completely eliminated the us is trying its best it is on course to drop more bombs this year than any year since 2010 some believe it's to bring the war to an end before next year's u.s. presidential election but it's costing civilian casualties. according to u.n. agencies so far this year american bombers and unmanned drone strikes have killed a record number of $600.00 people including children and wounded $300.00 more these angry villagers staged a protest after a recent u.s. bombing killed 20 pine knot workers who were resting under a tree. it's the rural communities that are suffering the most in the bombing and fighting. broke with this booty our villages destroyed our mosques destroyed other
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villages as well we lost our people our livestock in this will every family lost loved ones including women and children. the war will eventually come to an end but it's clear there will be no winners tony berkely al jazeera province. lawyers for sudan's former president obama say they will appeal his conviction for corruption on saturday the 75 year old was sentenced to just 2 years in detention he'll serve it in a reform center because of his age the trial centered on suitcases found and bashir is home filled with notes of different currencies worth more than $130000000.00 here morgan reports from houghton. the verdict is announced following weeks of hearings in the corruption trial of sudan's longtime leader and ousted president obama. but regarding cases with the offer mentioned age of bashir sentences that depended 2 years in the community center. the judgment was followed by chaos in
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court with bush years lawyers and supporters rejecting the verdict the judge of bias but she denied illegally possessing and smuggling foreign currency soldiers searching his home after he was deposed and found suitcases containing around $130000000.00 but you said much of the money was a gift from the saudi crown prince muhammad bin son man i during months of protests demanding the end of his think 2 years in power demonstrators also called for justice and accountability for what they say is the sheerest many crimes many think the brady. bill to show that the legal system has not changed what about the protesters who have been killed in demonstrations against him for years what about. to death and to prison for lesser crimes in contrast hundreds showed their support for the former president and he's now
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dismantled party. supporters chanted against the 4 month old transitional government accusing leaders of failing to be inclusive and leading the country into what the view as chaos that is verdict isn't the end of former president bashir is legal problems while in prison he was charged with inciting and participating in the killing of protesters during the uprising against his government which started a year ago and just days before the verdict he was charged over his role in the 1089 coup that brought him to power all that's happening while many continue to call for accountability for other crimes they feel hold greater importance. fled from the western region of darfur 15 years ago and came to the capital. he's one of more than 2000000 displaced in the war that the u.n. says killed 300000 sudanese and which the international criminal courts categorizes as genocide. but she gave oldish for the killings
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for the rapes in darfur and forced displacement i've witnessed villages being burned women being raped by militia men with my own eyes where is the justice for all that many here see they waited too long to see justice there they also see that the fact bashir has been hong gives them hope that it won't be too long before he's held to account for his other alleged crimes he will morgan on to their own house. mali's government has launched a national debate aimed at finding a solution to the increasing violence attacks by armed groups in this region cross the border and an emergency summit is planned for sunday 3 days of national mourning have also been declared after dozens of molly and soldiers were killed in attacks linked to i saw this week. as a reporter from the capital bamako. it's been a tragic week for countries of the. funerals of taking place of 7 to ensure just
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killed by 5 just linked islamic state in. its a biggest loss ever suffered by the country in a day and the president promised the country will not forget the sacrifice. that this i have come here to express my feeling of revulsion on behalf of all my compatriots in the face of a war imposed on us by an enemy who has addressed us with nothing but aggression in a violent and treacherous manner this enemy took 71 of the nation's valorous children. in neighboring nigeria fighters executed for aid workers kidnapped in july. in mahler's capital bamako a national dialogue is underway it's struggling with ethnic violence and the threat of armed groups in the north over the next one week delegates in this hall will try to discuss issues that are threatening to tear mali apart organizers hope that whatever is resolved well how bring peace to the country but the major problem is
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the absence of people some told to monist problems including the armed groups as well as a political opposition that is angry about the conduct and outcome of last us presidential election the president to brag. is hopeful that at the end of the talks here malley insole choose peace and not war he said you have proven it will be a question for you to examine the countries to see where the evil comes from and how to treat it as you are a force of the gesture that and the country will expect that this meeting will improve the situation room. but for now it's not clear if the president's assurances are enough to convince everyone to embrace peace. there is anger and frustration on the streets in reaction to the ongoing violence in the region despite the presence of international troops. know some. it's not that we are obsessed about their departure what we want is the change of tact and policy
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there's so much killing so many orphans and widows anough is enough despite the presence of international forces attacks continue. what game is france playing here if is to entrench new colonialism up we say no in that case you should go. many millions have described the national dialogue as an important step but it's not clear if you do lead to peace and reconciliation in a divided nation. al-jazeera by michael. bolivians deposed president evo morales faces arrest if he returns home his replacement the interim president. said morales had to answer for his crimes and arrest warrant will be issued soon he's been granted asylum in argentina after 1st fleeing to mexico last month police in albania have arrested 9 people over the collapse of buildings during last month's earthquake if the one people died when the $6.00 magnitude quake hit the
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cities of duress and the main the the builders engineers and owners are accused of breaching construction regulations they face charges of homicide and abuse of power . and tens of thousands of protesters of crammed into a square in rome to denounce the italian far right leader material salvini the rally was organized by the so-called sardines movement established just last month in opposition to growing support in the north for solving his coalition of the reports from the italian capital. it was the biggest rally yet tens of thousands of italians decrying the far right leader matthew salvini and his party leg demonstration in rome was organized by a grassroots movement known as the set of d.n.a. it's barely a month old but has a ready managed more than $100.00 similar gatherings in italy and other european cities its leaders full friends from the city of bologna have become the voice of
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the militia which. we 1st got on the streets to protest against a form of political rhetoric that is disastrous damaging and dangerous we didn't discover dechen many places around italy there is a serious problem of the lack of political representation is a big problem which at a moment we cannot be sold. i kept cool to counter the rise of the far right that has appealed to light up to 3 to the most telling their reasons part of italy that is against racism and discrimination and fascism we should all be there is a wave taking europe i fear it being here that we are starting to do something about it and avoid new walls coming up on the. most of the people here a left wing voters who somehow feel let down by the traditional leftist parties this symbol of this movement is a sardine and it came after the founders called the italian the squares of the
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country like sardines in a tin and the symbol read like wildfire. first response was this but perhaps surprised by the rapid success of the movement down his rhetoric in his otherwise provocative social media videos he's watching i think there is something good for him in that and something bad something good is that these people are protesting against him so ever more is of the center of italian politics is the be. let's say the leader and. taking either in favor or against him. the 17 has so far 6 demands including more transparency on social media and then and to violent rhetoric in politics. we have no control of social media in italy. even using talk and no work with children
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to spread his ideology i think that for a politician to have such a direct platform with children is very dangerous. it's not clear where to move and goes from here or how it will keep the momentum but if anything it has revived the left of italy that many felt was helpless during the rise of the far right but at the commie al-jazeera wrote. they are on al-jazeera let's take you through the headlines world leaders are gathering again at the top 25 conference in madrid after they failed to reach consensus on how to tackle climate change the meeting was supposed to end on friday evening but negotiations are dragged into the weekend i request all the fix ability all your strength. now and all your volunteer to find you know these agri we know this because sense is that we need to
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have an ambitious result we are almost there it's hard it's difficult but it's worth it i specially meet you but people who know what countries need to ask are you other headlines who the rebels in yemen are appealing for international assistance as an abandoned tanker off the coast leaks fuel into the red sea but the who thinks and yemen's government claim ownership of the vessel and its more than $1000000.00 barrels of oil. several protesters have been injured in lebanon's capital after security forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds on saturday people are angry over in demick corruption and sectarianism riot police beat and detained some protesters after they tried to break into a barricaded area. supporters of one of the most powerful iranian backed militia
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groups of ramadan baghdad after the u.s. imposed sanctions on one of its leaders the u.s. flag was burned washington imposed sanctions on cazale for allegedly killing demonstrators. tens of thousands of protesters are crammed into a square in rome to denounce the italian far right leader matteo salvini the rally was organized by the so-called sardines movement in opposition to growing support for solving his right wing coalition and police in new zealand of confirmed a 16th person has died from injuries sustained in monday's volcanic eruption specialists who are in protective clothing returned to white island on sunday so far though they failed to find the last 2 missing bodies scientists say the possibility of a 2nd eruption has receded but the island remains volatile they go you up to date with the headlines talk to our jazeera is next. driven by outrage and spanning generations the real hinge of demonstrators gathered on the very day
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a widely criticized repatriation agreement between the governments of bangladesh and me and more was to begin the anger was all too apparent and the fear was palpable if you don't like we're so afraid that if they send one of us back to myanmar today tomorrow they'll send back 10 and the day after tomorrow they'll send back 20 idea if we were given citizenship in myanmar then there would be no need to take us back there we would go back on our own we must remember the rancho among the most persecuted minorities in the world. and. you should watch as the old woman who did you see. that right dr mahathir mohamad served as malaysia's prime minister for 22 years from 1981 to 2003 but the 94 year old veteran politician return to politics a few years back to oppose the political force he was once pope told the sun
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national coalition which should move malaysia since its independence from britain in 1970. during mohammad's 1st 10 years malaysia's prime minister the country experienced the future of reputable nice asian and economic growth for the country's diverse population millions of muslims hindus buddhists and christians living side by side. his life achievements were recognized for the opening session of doha 4 and 29000. during his acceptance speech he did not hold back from expressing his views on the muslim world. is confronted we think these. over to says they're both the google economy growth indefeasible writing for nature political social and environmental talent just in southeast asia then can be decided to work as a group the net is to be and that it be dr mahathir also
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