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right as a journalist was. getting to the truth wasn't i was that's what his job. thousands are stranded in eastern astray leah's more than 250 new fars a report says in a day and a half. i'm home i had seen and this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up a powerful iraqi shia group says it will hit back after u.s. airstrikes killed dozens of its fighters. carlist gone flees corruption charges in japan the foreman a son when a chief makes
a surprise arrival in lebanon. anted for tat expulsions over of runaway presidents the escalating disputes between spain bolivia and mexico. parts of southeastern australia have come to red haze says bush fires burn out of control for thousands of australians the beach has become their only escape the last few days have seen flames spread particularly in the state of victoria where $260.00 new fars were counted in just 36 hours including near the time of. charlotte dallas as this reports. as a massive wildfire rolled towards the town of miller kusa $4000.00 people fled towards the beach those with boats went one step further as an alibi fronts come through. never onside but sound got to get out of the jobs of the crowd
that's applause about the never say them or get. the fire was burning across 730 square kilometers is the day began it encircled resistance and turn data nice this video was recorded at 9 am by just giving us an invisible and i have a name so they reckon that they say. that it's the wards of north east at the moment and it started in the town of no it didn't get me a military there is currently under attack at the moment there's a number of houses we believe was lost in and around that community we've got 3 strike teams sitting in with the community literally standing saw us all with our community at the beach front victoria's premier looked towards the straining defense force for help while fibrosis tried to calm residents not just in mill occur to but across the state but a number of communities are actually also lighted and again this was
a scenario that we forecast a number of days ago so our focus today is very much about how we can get in how we can support those 1000 packed communities. in the neighboring state of new south wales scenes repeated the community of burma gooey kempt at the local surf club with the ocean is the excess and this wasn't bateson day during the new year's holiday coastal towns a popular vacation spots with already tens of thousands of holiday make is to go or harm or cancel their plans this is the problem for evacuation center. if work is really bad it's hard being. a popular pick this is the middle of a very. major cities have not a skanks the choking smoke and flames on monday 100000 people were urged to evacuate from 5 moment suburbs this was filmed in wiston sydney on chewstick. a strain as well. fire season is breaking records. the 1st major fires started in
early september before the arrival of spring the product of soaring temperatures dry ground and strong winds they've now destroyed more than 40000 square kilometers of land at any given time dozens if not hundreds of fires are burning the full heat of summer has yet to arrive charlotte dallas al-jazeera. neil bivvy is a former chief executive of victoria's country fire authority he says the scale of the farce is unprecedented and a symptom of climate change the new south wales follows are as big as the u.k. . from one from the top of the new south wales right down to the border then we going to victoria and the far as there would be is because scotland and then across sea bass strait into tasmania where they had 40 degree temperatures yesterday which is
a record in the neighborhood of before i have extreme number of pauses well and then left over from the earlier finds in the queensland and they still raging in queensland the northern parts of australia so from the top of a straight down through all the states on the eastern coast of tasmania they're off oz and. they're getting worse and the 1st thing they do in a major far like that is acknowledge the fact they're not going to put it out what they had to do was start diverting the fire around townships and hounds and then when the fire gets far more intense the raleigh's not to protect property but to look after human life and make sure that no one dogs as a result of the make sure people understand the magnitude of the farm and understand where they can go to places of safety fawas are a symptom of climate change you have to tackle the main disease like climate change is something that we put aside of this particular type of state because we have
followers to control. the funerals of at least $27.00 shia fighters killed in u.s. airstrikes in iraq are taking place in baghdad the shia armed group the hezbollah brigades is promising revenge iraq's caretaker prime minister abdullah abdullah he discussed the strikes with his national security council on monday well cancer's reconsidering iraq's relationship with the u.s. led coalition against eisel and plans to summon the u.s. ambassador in baghdad meanwhile protests against the u.s. operation have been held in the cities of kirkuk and basra demonstrators call the airstrikes a violation of their sovereignty and held up pictures of those killed some one of 14 reports from iraq's anbar province where some u.s. troops are based. and unprecedented confrontation between the u.s. and iran on iraqi soil for the 1st time u.s.
airstrikes targeting the bases of an iranian backed armed group killing and injuring dozens the operation in response to a series of rockets that struck military bases where u.s. personnel are stationed a u.s. contractor was killed in the most recent attack in care cook what we did was take a decisive response that makes clear what president trump has said for months and months and months which is that we will not stand for the garage to take actions to put american men and women in jeopardy that type hezbollah is part of the popular mobilization forces a paramilitary group set up to fight eisel it's integrated into iraq's armed forces the u.s. has accused some factions in the pm of taking orders from to hand rather than baghdad until recently the us and the pm are fought side by side against isis following isis territorial defeat 2 years ago the us retained around 5000 troops in country to support iraqi security forces as they search for isis sleeper cells
hiding in deserts one of those clearing operations coincided with the u.s. mission against the type that i know as an air base here in western anbar province is an important launching pad for operations against beisel but recent rocket attacks against bases where u.s. personnel are stationed including i last had air base in early december could hamper operations raising fears of a proxy war between the u.s. and iran on iraqi soil in an unusual announcement following about the acid attack the u.s. publicly blamed the type hezbollah the iraqi government hasn't attributed blame but has tightened security. said the going through security measures were. cooperation with coalition forces there are surveillance patrols and additional troops to secure. outer perimeter of a search to protect the base investigations are continuing until now but it's not completed. promises of investigations have done little to reassure the u.s.
none of the government's probes into any of the previous rocket attacks have been published the analysts say the details are well known and. i think that the iraqi joint operation command in iraq intelligence as many details about the people who attacked the k one basing cook iraqi government was confused because the pressure of khateeb his blood is deeply entrenched in the iraqi parliament and the iraqi government and that's why they decided to keep in line with iran and the iranian political parties the iraqi government divided and weekend after 3 months of protests demanding sweeping political change has called on all sides to seize any unilateral actions neither the u.s. nor the p.m.s. appear to be listening have vowed to take action setting the stage for further escalation simona fulton al jazeera that that. the former chairman of
multi-national car giant's nissen has fled to lebanon from japan where he faces a trial over allegations of financial misconducts carlos ghosn who holds a lebanese possible it was arrested in tokyo last year but released on strict fail to sions he said he to skate in justice and political persecution his lawyer said 3 of guns passports are held by his legal team and called his behavior an excusable when michael penn is the president of the should get cs agency he says despite its deep flaws within japan's legal system should have states to fights if the past is any guide the japanese government will just dismiss those allegations and and try to ignore them to as much as they can it is a view that many observers will sympathize with because there are deep flaws in the japanese legal system and the way that go in was being handled was very much a kind of a railroad job but on the other hand there's also
a large stream of thought that even if the japanese system is is deeply flawed that it's just a system it would have been much better for him to stay and fight and and suffer the punishment if it came because that would be better for those who he's kind of left behind here you know there will be other court cases in the future where the police and prosecutors won't want to let suspects go because of what going did. has claimed responsibility for a truck bomb attack in the somali capital that killed at least 80 people a spokesman for the armed group says the attack on saturday targeted a convoy of somali and turkish forces the group accuses turkey of trying to control somalia. the united nations recognized governments in libya has denied allegations that turkish backed syrian rebels have been fighting alongside its army or that whoever have to his forces accuse turkey of sending what they call extremist
terrorists into the country on monday the turkish government submitted a motion to parliament seeking approval to deploy troops to libya uncursed says the conflict that threatens its interests was speaking in benghazi a brigadier general i met on the sari said turkey is using the conflict in libya to further its own interests a lot not a lot more than the turks transported hundreds of terrorists from syria today they are in fact a group of very extreme terrorists among them suicide bombers and specialists in explosives. and turkish police have detained at least $124.00 people on suspicion of being linked to i saw the raids targeted several cities including istanbul and the capital ankara police say they're searching for at least 17 other suspects some of those detained are believed to be foreign nationals a crackdown comes ahead of new year's celebrations that have been targeted by the armed group in recent years. still to come here on al-jazeera the growing
resurgence of violence in the central african republic we speak to the u.n. peacekeeping forces. and ethnic kazakstan with their to tension in china with thousands of we can miss the nz. how the weather squatting down some what's across the good parts of europe now so. clear skies into the central areas but a fair amount of focus well having said that still a few showers into the southeast and also some disturbed weather over towards the northeast as well but still on the mild side for moscow was quite across the central pos because we have high pressure in charge so that is a lid on the atmosphere trapping some of that focus. the winds coming in from more
of a northwest direction so cool enough but as i said in moscow still i'm outside 3 celsius should be about minus 4 minutes 5 at this time of the year this amount of air up towards the north west london at around 10 degrees celsius quite great but it should be dry as is the case across a good part of western europe because of a touch in london i saw someone stay 5 celsius there for a paris chilly start to the new year and cold enough down into the southeast where we have some snow over the turkish mountains yet again still some showers there just looking around the eastern side of the mediterranean the you might catch a spot or 2 were of light rain across northern parts of libya easing over towards the the far north of egypt as we go on through wednesday which was the northwest is fine. the weather sponsored by cats already is. almost the last time you were out on the streets protesting whether on line you feel the weight of the system when you walk through each and every love board layer
further and further into the jail or if you join us on say entry has to start from day one whether again you and attention or your participants this is a dialogue everyone has a voice so far there are studies that support our call the it will be varying accounts but i want to give people their reason for joining the global conversation on out is iraq. this is al jazeera a quick reminder of the headlines for you night. thousands of people are trapped on a beach in a stray aliya but as far as worsen in the states of a tory and new south wales the flames have no console's the same side of mother
kuta. the funerals of at least $27.00 shia fighters killed in u.s. airstrikes in iraq are taking place in baghdad's shia the shia armed groups the has been the brigade says it will take revenge over the strikes and the former chairman of car giants nesat has fled to lebanon from japan where he faces trial over financial misconduct allegations his lawyer said goans legal team holds 3 of his passports because his behavior inexcusable. as spain says it will expel 3 bolivian diplomats as parts of a tit for tat move after bolivia's interim president asked the spanish diplomats and the mexican ambassador to leave the country the tensions started when mexico granted asylum see former bolivian president evo morales some woman has more from mexico city. libya's caretaker president jimmy 9 years says she's had enough
she's kicking out not just the mix going on but also to spanish diplomats she accuses them of meddling in her country's affairs looking not only in most of what we cannot tolerate is the abuse and arrogance of rulers who are clearly trying to cover up and protect criminals that have committed crimes of sedition armed uprisings and terrorism her anger is directed at 9 bolivians including allies of ousted president ever more who've been given asylum inside the mets can embassy the government wants them out and under arrest i am anti moralist protesters are keeping vigil outside alongside police to ensure they don't escape when spanish diplomats turned up for a meeting with their mitts can counterparts some thought it might be cover for a getaway the spanish security team waiting outside the embassy were harassed and scared off and their diplomats left stranded eventually they go back to base but the believing government remain deeply suspicious if they don't want to remember
this group of mexican and spanish government representatives has seriously affected the sovereignty and dignity of the people and the constitutional government. spain denied trying to interfere and announced it was expelling 3 bolivian diplomats some response. it's co-opted not to go to perhaps i'm willing to further inflame tensions that began when it granted asylum to where the moral is in november not we haven't got the intention to break diplomatic relations with the livia and i embassy will continue its work in bolivia. of course there are wider questions beyond this situation chief among them is whether this caretaker government has the right to make these big foreign policy decisions it's not just in this case it's also broken with former allies and got closer to former adversaries despite the fact that it's an elected and only meant to bridge the gap until a fresh vote. perhaps the biggest question is when those elections will be held so
bolivians can choose a permanent government but 2 has yet to be resolved john homan how does it or mitt screw city. a state of emergency has been declared in areas of northern peru's after strong floods and heavy rains lashed the region carson belongings have been swept away homes destroyed and boats cut off officials are assessing the damage and trying to find out how many people have been affected. india's capital has experienced as cold a state i'm temperature in more than a century the daily recorded 9.4 degrees celsius the lowest reading since 1901 hazardous levels of air pollution also lowered visibility in the city to just 200 meters. gunman blamed for an outbreak of fighting in the capital of the central african republic have been given 2 days to surrender by local people at least 40 people have been killed in bunky cheering days of fighting between market traders
and armed groups the united nations has now sent more troops to the region messages reports from bonking. traders in the p.q. 5 neighborhood market called their losses and repealed while reconstruction work starts more trouble is threatened. visual and just were protecting traders in the community are no longer welcome. to. the traders have set up a crisis committee which is empowered to declare war on the armed groups we gave them a 40 hour ultimatum to surrender their weapons and reintegrate into the community they don't surrender we will resume hostilities with them government authority has to be restored in the p.k. 5 neighborhood. that threat is what's making people here in the us fighting started on tuesday when an armed militia man was killed when he refused to pay a shopkeeper for an item you wanted his group retaliated and over the course of 3
days 40 people were killed and dozens of in hospital 40 shops in the market or destroyed people in this market in the future 5 neighborhood say militias have long been exporting traders here and the actual violence that broke out last week one of the 1st in 2018 the united nations mission in central africa attempted to stop extortion. by the time it operations is over more than 40 people i mean killed. the united nations mission here is struggling to keep the peace more troops are patrolling the area but they may not be able to deal with a major attack the main issue is that there is no lookout for police and military then we are also applies to sent to establish an operational base in the area our forces are conducting battles.
but then we don't have enough force there with the need to increase. families on both sides are left to mourn their dead and fear more attacks. the central african republic endured civil war that started in 2013 and killed thousands of people. since then more than a 1000000 of the 5000000 population have been forced from their homes many couplet abroad for now there isn't an easy calm on the streets of benghazi but as everyone here knows it will only take a spark to ignite another wave of killings in a country while warlords control more territory than the government. by degrees. but. people who say they were detained and tortured in camps in china have described their experiences to al-jazeera according to activists more than 2000000
have been held in since young province most are muslim weekers but there are also minority groups such as ethnic kazakhs assam avenge of aids medicine and on. or in mexico as the guards tortured him for fun he is one of thousands of ethnic cause extrude been held in china's internment camps in the northwestern singeing region he claims he was forced to take medicines and injections that have damaged him physically and mentally and he says he lost some of his hearing because of beatings he sustained he struggles to remember what happened but he recalls being forced to resign chinese palms and rhymes. everyone unable to cope or learn the song is locked up in a dark solitary cell for days i often heard screams in there the only fed us one serving of rice there were about 25 people in one cell everyone there had one dream to get out. he's not the only one at this mosque in a month the in kazakhstan some people claim spies from china have tried to film
them because the government does not corroborate these claims other they are interviewed several ethnic conflict men and women many refused to reveal their identity saying they were afraid and feared their relatives may be persecuted rights workers say an estimated half a 1000000 catholics are being held in camps in china thousands of their relatives don't know whether they're dead or alive many people have been telling us that basic freedom of movement such as the ability to go to a mosque could land them in jail in xinjiang activists documenting their cases say they all share similar stories this organization has documented the cases of at least 2000 ethnic conflicts who've gone missing in xinjiang your world says many suggest members of the hunt chinese majority are trying to eradicate muslim identity. after detention people were sent to came through there were subjected to ideological purification. they were forcibly taught chinese language and renounced religion and the camp's prisoners are tortured or not about to sleep people are forced to lie on the concrete floor of those who have been freed from case there's
not a single person who doesn't have a physical or mental health issue human rights watch says the world must act for those being held in detention camps in china there is real merit in investigating officials who are now credible way to have engaged in serious human rights violation of the result will make the cables publish through the i.c.i. terry certainly substantiate those points there's no room for sanctions on the companies that have enabled repression and for individual sanctions you know people like. or do highlight chinese government officials who are architects of the policies but possibly most important is closing the camps and giving people inside the region the ability to once again contact their family members. in managed media tools china shows ethnic people in what it calls reeducation camps it says most who have been detained have graduated and left the chinese government denies detainees have been abused and tortured experts say those mistreated have no legal recourse
on the international level all we have. effective legal instrument for the victims. compensation for the torturous. dividing their families for the. orenburg wants china to pay compensation to harming him and to explain why he was detained without charge and brainwashed but he also knows that with china's enormous power that great is likely to be in vain. down to 0 a month the kazakhstan. that's 1900 s. been a year when many people around the world rose off against their governments in some countries it votes and then see decades of power for long time leaders and others young people sit ups it's a man's more action to save the planets as the year draws to a close to 0 takes a look back at some of $2900.00 speakers stories last demonstrate as you
noted them opposition to a player used extradition. now he's the summer of office called. purchase to say it's become about much more than the post-war i was about the future of this city. claim away the political and social unrest is sweeping south america playing sloper they talk about. how i wrong why you don't is the man that challenges his illegitimacy on some day he's still the president of bolivia why did they choose to lose out on the mic so hot this is how the end of 50 years of rule looked when president already bashir was deposed. after 18 months of protest and 4 months of negotiation sudan's rigging military hunt down and the opposition coalition came to find
a power sharing deal. protests turned to celebrations of the news and put up to his resignation. it's not about where your allegiance is lie in this deeply divided sectarian country. all walks of life are united against the political leadership. panic among the crowds of protesters as gunfire echoes around central baghdad protesters say they want to live in an independent iraq that's a puppet of united states and iraq. people are dying and tired ecosystems are collapsing we are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic
growth how dare you. college in churches on one of the most important days of the christian calendar. this is what the end of isis self declared caliphate looks like. approve a car al baghdadi is dead the. lead time is now run out. of. course johnson returned to downing street triumphant the conservatives would retreat on britain's political map but the result was never in doubt article one is adopting the neutral preferred us president in history to be complete it's a disgrace a nobel peace prize winner the plain thing is by the military now defending them and herself against charges of genocide. i accept this award on the awful video
pins in the experience especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the cause of peace this girl is so it's really just so hot this hello. this is al jazeera and these are the headlines thousands of people are trapped on a beach in a strangely as bushfires worsened in the states of the toria a new south wales the seaside time to response of mother victoria is causal from any help emergency services are preparing to evacuate people by sea or air. we've
been running community meetings that everybody knows that i'm so this is the system was that we activate a star into that community once we're aware that that far i was about to hit the town about early this morning and when i was i believe that i o'clock this morning the saw arms were out divided so everybody in that community that had a plan to go to the breaks at the bridge we are aware is the permit is that some people chosen not to take that in dos and are mining their homes in there is also why the communities we want be putting trucks into those here is about i would fully briefed on a fully aware before that boy impacted on that community but as my diligence is they take any chances absolutely. the funerals of at least $27.00 shia fighters killed in u.s. airstrikes in iraq are taking place in baghdad the shia armed group hezbollah pregame it's a said it will take revenge iraq's caretaker prime minister as a discuss the strikes with his national security council on monday the council is reconsidering iraq's relationship with the u.s.
led coalition against deisel. the former chairman of car giants nyssa has fled to lebanon from japan where he faces trial over allegations of financial misconduct carlos ghosn who holds a lebanese passport was arrested in tokyo last year he said of the statements he escaped injustice and political persecution one of his lawyers called his behavior inexcusable the united nations recognized government in libya has denied allegations that turkish backed syrian rebels have been fighting alongside its own me while the 24 have to his forces have accused turkey of sending what they call extremist terrorists into the country on monday the turkish government submitted a motion to parliament seeking approval to deploy troops in libya well those are the headlines the u.s. continues here and i'll disappear after the stream to stay with us. well i think one of our biggest strengths is that we talk to normal everyday people we get them to tell their stories and doing that really reveals the truth people are still
gathered outside these gates waiting for any information most of them don't know whether their loved ones are alive or dead or miami really is a place was 2 worlds meet we can get to washington d.c. in 2 hours we can get so on jurists in the rest of central america about the same time but more importantly is where those 2 cultures north and south america has to teach it's a very important place for the it's a big. family ok and i'm all they could be what does it mean to be an arab american today comedian rami yousif joins the string to discuss his new food and series about family and identity and will be sharing your comments and questions with rami so tweet us or leave a comment in our live you tube chat and you too could be in the stream. that is a growing cultural shift in america muslim identity being forged by millennialist.