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to diffuse it i was aware of the danger of seeing friends wounded while working on mine so i wasn't scared to lose an arm or a leg is a sacrifice we have to like to set this country. disinfecting the streets of woodland to try to beat coronavirus and reports that the government may be fools to cancel it's important annual meeting because of the outbreak. hello again are not in division without jazeera live from doha also coming out clashes in bethlehem after a series of violent incidents raised tensions between israelis and palestinians. the u.s.
senate clears president trump in the impeachment trial against him the democrats are promising further investigations of the fault here in ireland where record numbers of families are now living in emergency accommodation the country's housing crisis is central to this year's general election. and the chinese city at the center of the coronavirus imagines he is running out of hospital beds as the toll of dead and infected continue to grow 73 more deaths were recorded on wednesday making it the highest single death toll for one day and it brings the total in china to more than $562.00 people remember have died outside the country there most of the people infected there in the epicenter province and there are reports that china may delay its biggest political annual meeting the national people's congress and that's when 2. tens of thousands of reparative
representatives come from all over the country and gather in the capital beijing and that follows a day after trying these president xi jinping met his cambodian counterpart and thanked him for his support meanwhile the evacuations of foreigners from wu hand is continuing australia has just sent 36 of its nationals to a remote island to be quarantined after their return sarah clarke has the latest from hong kong. medical workers in china are stepping up their efforts to stop the rapid rise of corona virus infections spreading countrywide since wednesday more than 3 and a half 1000 new cases have been officially confirmed in china taking the total count to 28000 including a new born baby who by province where the virus was 1st detected remains in lockdown. in provinces reporting the highest rates of infection supplies are being
delivered by all forms of transport in japan this cruise ship is in quarantine after 20 passengers were confirmed to have the virus there in hospital receiving treatment the rest of the passengers are confined to the ship. who figure governor you know there are 4 people who are japanese nationals of the others 2 are from the united states 2 from canada one from new zealand and one from taiwan in hong kong more than 3600 people on the world dreamz cruise ship had been put into quarantine after passengers on the previous voyage tested positive for the virus the ship's medical team is carrying out mandatory temperature checks on passages oh cruise ships will be banned from docking in hong kong from saturday and the government has further restrictions on arrivals taiwan is also banning chris shipped in a bid to stop the virus spreading hong kong has partially closed its borders with mainland china the bridge linking hong kong with mccowan ju hai remains open so as
hong kong airport one of the busiest in asia from saturday all travelers crossing from the mainland to the city will be quarantined for 14 days in asia was announced it too will stop all arrivals from china the world health organization is sending a quarter of a 1000000 testing kits to affected countries to try to curb the outbreak but a shortage of protective gear for doctors and nurses as well as medical supplies is stifling efforts to treat those already infected and stop the global spread of the corona virus sarah clarke al-jazeera hong kong. rising tension between israeli troops and palestinians has led to a series of incidents within the past 24 hours israeli soldiers are shot dead 4 palestinians these in separate attacks in bethlehem palestinians and israeli soldiers have been fighting each other interests. an israeli troops are searching for a suspect following the wounding of 12 soldiers in
a car ramming incident on wednesday another israeli soldier has been injured in fighting in ramallah let's go live to our correspondent hari forsett now he's in west jerusalem and hari give us the sequence of events because there are so many different incidents having taken place across a wide region. that's right we're taking it chronologically we can start with the clashes that took place in hebron in the south of the west bank on wednesday juror in those confrontations israeli police israeli security forces say they shot and killed a 17 year old palestinian youth who they say was throwing molotov cocktails or was in the process of trying to do so then overnight there was a raid in janine in the occupied west bank where the israeli army was demolishing a house belonging to the family of someone who was involved in the killing of an
israeli settler in 2018 in the in the surrounding area there were clashes again between local protesters and those israeli forces one of the palestinian youths was killed shot and killed in 1000 year old and there is also video showing a palestinian policeman standing in the entrance to the local police police headquarters in which he is seen to be struck by a bullet and falls to the ground he later died of his injuries the israeli security forces say that they were aware of reports of a shooting by one of the soldiers of palestinian policemen that they were looking into it then in the early hours of the morning 2 am local time in west jerusalem a car crashed into a group of israeli soldiers who were on their way to an investor ceremony at the western wall one of the 12 injuries in that incident was serious it's being taken as
a deliberate running attack as far as israeli forces are concerned and that is what led to those confrontations inside bethlehem because the car was found near bethlehem in a town called beit jalla and the manhunt continued into bethlehem and there were dozens of injuries in terms of tear gas inhalation there then there followed an attempted shooting police say on israel. border security near the locks a mosque compound known as the temple mount to jews in the old city of occupied east jerusalem one soldier lightly injured the palestinian israeli man we're told from haifa in northern in northern israel he was shot and killed and then this afternoon another incident a shooting of an israeli soldier in the occupied west bank he said to have been injured so a real spike in violence just over the last 24 hours harry filleted life from less terrorism thank you. more demonstrations are expected in the iraqi capital baghdad
as well as in other cities across the country after weeks of political deadlock and anti-government protests on wednesday at least 10 people were killed over 100 others injured all of this taking place in now jeff in the south of the country supporters of the sheer curtain of tat are all sat are attacked a protest camp knocked out a house saga has a different time supported and then opposed the protest movement our correspondent in rank town has more now only the anti-government protest in baghdad. seems that there is a crack between those movements though what we're hearing from people very close with her also that i'd also from political analysts is that going to also the eyes actually got a mission to try and open and all of the bridges to be central baghdad leading to where i'm standing right now which is tucker a square it was all of the protesters to be pushed into takrit square and he's also
replicating this strategy with in the solving problems as well that's why we saw his followers supporters go in to niger where 10 people were killed now the reason for this is that whatever also has actually put his support behind the iraqi government and behind the security forces he says that the rich load needs to come back to iraq but he also has a very different agenda to the protesters the protesters have been here since october with a very clear agenda they want a complete overhaul of the government system and then to corruption a new government elections but what we're told also that actually was is an end to the u.s. presence both diplomatic and military in iraq and those 2 things are very different what people are really worried about here is that in total saddam will try and co-opt the protesters and try to force them to back his agenda. lebanon's government has approved
a rescue plan to pull the country out of its worst economic crisis for decades which has driven months of mass protests but is unlikely to satisfy people who are living in lebanon's poorest city who remain skeptical the government can help lift them out of poverty from tripoli so high right reports. poverty is visible on every corner of this neighborhood of tripoli. the impact of lebanon's worst economic crisis in decades is felt the most here. we spoke to people from different communities that fought bitterly over sectarian divisions only just a few years ago now they stand side by side in protest against the government and you know what what are you up to this man tells us the ceilings of houses are crumbling and buildings are unsafe. every family here is suffering one way or another his elderly neighbor shouts from his balcony that he has nothing to his name. in another part of tripoli regie has just
a few cents left his last meal was a loaf of bread shared with his family of 3. he says they have nothing to eat. this woman tells me she lost 4 children in the civil war she too can barely make ends meet she's not the only one we've only been here for a few hours and we're already hearing all sorts of stories of poverty and we've actually been stopped a number of times by people wanting to show us the harsh conditions that they're living in as you can see just behind me there now there's no jobs no medication and what's even food for some and they are asking the same questions over and over again where are the politicians and why is the government not helping them the new government says fixing the economy is a priority the world bank has warned that poverty will rise by a further 50 percent if the financial crisis continues many families are relying
entirely on charity and. we're serving society as much as we can but the absence of the government is having a huge effect we're seeing it in this economic crisis is bigger than any of us you know the the whole of the dog of mother angry frustrated and desperate this father and son tell us they too are struggling and i had to beg them and i understand when i'm at home without a job what can i do i'm forced to protest why should i trust this new government when even the international community is cautious unemployment in tripoli has reached nearly 60 percent many children aren't attending schools and with an influx of hundreds of thousands of syrian and palestinian refugees the newly elected mayor of tripoli says his city is at breaking point that all that and a couple of the a pub on monday we're trying our best to help people as much as we can but we're limited by the government as i mean. as a part of the i have to get any decision approved 1st by the interior ministry before we can implement anything we've not much left to lose people here are keeping the anti-government movement alive they say they feel neglected and they're
demanding change so to hide out. tripoli. so to come here at an al-jazeera tens of thousands of syrians really bombing a rebel held in italy where at a camp in the province which is struggling to cope with all the new arrivals and pictures of protests and meet the indian artists using their work to speak out against the controversial citizenship known. hello to the spell of rain has left the chinese mainland and is just ing at across the water now to catch the sudden arden's of japan to its position then during friday will be this is a speculations of the significant rain in it but it's just
a small island up in home sure you might get a bit of rain snow showers are still in her car to normal sure they might be in holland steering south today where the temperature in tokyo surprisingly goes a bit 3rd effect maybe not anyway further west is quiet and still cold but those calls it should be beijing is at 8 degrees it's still still a cold is not high for that is no surprise in the winter now there is a bit more rain to form i think in you now in tests on southwest china but not very much after all it's the rainy season a lot further south straight into the z. and that's exactly what the satellite picture shows with the increase in the showers recently in the southern philippines and central philippines they are there in the forecast as well the tend to move away i think it just brushed north and borne your staying mostly out of the water the orange tops denoting the heaviest showers. we have seen recently in odisha a moving up towards west bengal significant share activity it's early in the year is going to happen the next 2 days as well.
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try this have a look at the top stories here it is era china's struggling to cope with the karuna virus outbreak it seen a spike in deaths with 73 in a single day there are reports that beijing may even delay its biggest political meeting of the year the. violence has broken out in bethlehem in the occupied west bank between palestinians and israeli soldiers earlier 4 palestinians were shot dead by israeli forces in separate incidents over the space of a full 24 hours at least 10 people have been killed and more than a 100 injured in the southern iraqi city of najaf when supporters of the shia cleric tried al southern attacks in antigovernment protests come more demonstrations are taking place in the capital and elsewhere in the country. the president trump has appeared publicly for the 1st time since being acquitted in his senate impeachment trial he displayed to newspaper headlines about the acquittal
after arriving at an event hosted by congress he was cleared on 2 counts democrats are valid to press ahead with more investigations heidi castro reports from washington. it is therefore the outcome was as expected donald trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles donald trump only the 3rd u.s. president to be impeached now also the 3rd u.s. president to be acquitted the white house called it full of vindication and exoneration mr romney all but one republican senator voted not guilty on both articles of impeachment the lone defector was mitt romney the utah senator who in 2012 with the republican presidential nominee my faith is at the heart of who i am romney said in an emotional floor speech his conscience was more important than party loyalty he voted guilty on abuse of power what he did was not perfect
no it was a flagrant assault on our electoral rights our national security and our fundamental values a few other republicans said they believe what trump did was wrong but didn't rise to remove all from office others blasted the democrats' efforts to remove the 45th us president i worry about the future of the presidency after what's happened here ladies and gentlemen you will come to regret this whole process all the democrats voted to convict trump on both charges they voice disappointment after his acquittal but did not admit defeat may yet face further investigation in the democrat controlled house and make no mistake about it the drip drip drip of evidence is going to keep coming out with each new revelation the message to the house of representatives don't do this again. now with the impeachment officially
behind him trump can spring for the november election whether all this has helped him or hurt him as a candidate is the big question castro al-jazeera washington. well let's go live to washington now and just get a taste of how the president is this morning as he makes this address his 1st address since the acquittal in the senate he's addressing the national prayer breakfast before america declared independence patriots and all 13 colonies came together in days of fasting and prayer in the bitter cold of valley forge washington and his men had no food no supplies and very little chance of victory reminded me a little bit of 2016 we had very little chance of victory cept for the people in this room and some others believe we were going to win i believed we were going to win but what they did. was have an
unwavering belief that god was with them i believe that too god is with the people in this room before a single skyscraper rose up in new york city thousands of poor american families donated all they could to build the magnificent st patrick's cathedral thank when buzz aldrin landed on the moon he said euston i would like to request a few moments of silence then he read from the bible at every stage. our nation's long march for civil rights was inspired sustained and uplifted by faith prayer and devotion of religious believers. actually hasn't any trump there addressing the national prayer breakfast where he
seems to be sticking to score it is in quite a mellow mood he entered the meeting with a couple of newspapers one of which had the headline acquitted in that one and that was it so that's a president the day after his acquittal in the senate trial in his impeachment process will leave him there and move on to rebels in syria who've been supported by turkish artillery of push back government forces with a from a key town in province that is turkey's president warns that the syrian government miss not continue their offensive into the last rebel held region hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by the fighting sin and cos here lose our correspondent she is at one of the camps that has received so many of the people she says the conditions are absolutely dreadful. you can begin to build
beginning from long after. your incredible intense. advance from the south to the north and this camp called. camp in. literally mind the role and look behind the internally displaced people by themselves i am told by the camp administrators that they began with 250 families during a lot in the last quite 6 months let me explain and in the last couple of being the number of the family have been increased in 750 and really look hands are over the very crowded income plant there are 2 family 3 families and they should mean one hen where white families live together just little unbelievable and their lives are living in water so. it is it is unbelievable you have to see with your eyes to
understand what's going on but people are suffering about that model not from air strikes but because of the dire conditions and other things rescue workers in eastern turkey is searching for a missing person after dozens were buried by avalanches a military ceremony was held in van province for the rescuers who were killed most of the 40 people who died were part of a teen sent to search for villages who'd been hit by the 1st of a large search operations resumed on says say after being stopped because of bad weather and also in turkey prosecutes is of the investigation into what cools a passenger plane to skid off the runway and down a bank was it was landing in both 3 people were killed dozens of others were injured when the pegasus airlines boeing 737 broke into 3 pieces after landing in paul whether. a high speed train has derailed initially 2 people have died
they were both railway workers 27 passengers were hurt it came off the tracks in the early morning travelling at around 300 kilometers an hour from midland to belong here engineers had repaired the track overnight. arland is one of the fastest growing economies in europe but the sudden boom after years of economical sterritt see has left the country with a critical shortage of affordable housing and that's led to a shopping crease in homelessness the crisis is a defining issue a head of this weekend's general election is neve barker reports from dublin. lifting the legal island's housing crisis it left this family homeless forced to live with friends and relatives or in particular area short term housing the result of sky high rents of the market he had against them the main talent. people not wanting a single mother with 3 children because maybe single mothers are trouble or why are
the single you know i did walk the streets a lots and i often had. just days where i just felt despair charities have intervened where the government has and the family now has a long term home and a place to grow. ready ready ready ready this charities inundated with desperate calls some from entire families affected from their homes you have children with. a record number of babies and now being born into homelessness currently we have nearly $4000.00 children who are homeless time includes only 2000 families it's a disgrace that there are so many children homeless but it's just a reality of the homes crisis in our love moments and was hit hard by the economic crash in 2008 the house building stalled since then wages have increased but rents and house prices have risen by a bigger margin it's left an entire generation struggling to afford rents that are
higher in dublin and tokyo sydney and singapore meanwhile house prices have soared as social housing is scarce on the outskirts of dublin a new suburbs emerging from wasteland built by an american property giant to attract large investors this is a 3 bed pan tastes in a nearby development this 3 bedroom apartment costs more than $3000.00 above well beyond the reach of many we need something in the order of 35000 houses here we're only delivering 2025 so the main political parties at the moment are promising 406-088-0000 extension 0 units every over the course of the next government whereas i think they perhaps might need to look and see how feasible those numbers are it is a critical issue in this year's election all parties agree that rents need to be lower and they need to be more houses but they can't agree on how much to intervene in
the lucrative private markets the government of prime minister leo varadkar as having to account for its time in office opinion polls are predicting a shift away from the main. centrist party safina gale and fiona fall who wielded power for generations towards left wing shin fein during the conflict in northern ireland the policy was regarded as the political wing of the republican paramilitary group the ira it's put housing at the heart of its campaign. charities urging all politicians to find a robust solution to the housing crisis the consequences of inaction clear for families tonight the basic right of a secure place to live. how to syria. around india joining the campaign against a controversial citizenship law they say they're using their work to show how little or is on the fair and discriminatory especially against muslims elizabeth
purana ripples from new delhi. the writing is on the board and shopping bag the name of this one's little known neighborhood in new delhi has become synonymous with the protest movement against the citizenship amendment act it's also become a place for artistic expression the road protesters of occupied looks more like an open air art gallery just an area has been portraying the protests on paper since the indian government passed a law in december it seems they go away. from the law are you going. to be going. hadrons have been shared online and used in protests around the country they criticize the law which fast track citizenship to minorities from 3 neighboring countries but not muslims want. to see no my name because.
it's not. the movement has drawn in musicians to rap and nevin kumar who's performed shahid bad says artists have a responsibility to use their voice these are times when you should speak up in any which way whatever you do. as he was inspired to write his song ball speak after police used force against protesters and students at jamey a 1000000 islamiya university while artist and johnny a limit i have some on painted this work reflecting the violence is while but what's special about this wall is you see that mark in the middle that is real blood from the student who was beaten by police we thought let's not hide that. police removed houses other paintings of the pro. tests from the india out fan the 2nd of february. other big protest site the day off for a man opened fire at peaceful protest rally here all in the 30th of january 2 women
created. depicting the incident. the gunman praised police has he carried out the shooting but despise 3 shootings that show him bike and job in one week. and the people keep coming elizabeth al-jazeera. by mistake a look at the top stories here in china struggling to cope with the corona virus outbreak it seen a spike in deaths with 73 in a single day more countries a closing their borders to travelers from china and there are reports of beijing may delay its biggest political meeting of the year officials say it's unlikely the spread will be contained by next month. violence has broken out in bethlehem in the occupied west 5 between palestinians and israeli soldiers earlier 4 palestinians
were shot dead by israeli forces in separate incidents within 24 hours the military is searching for a suspect involved in a car ramming attack in jerusalem that wounded 12 soldiers are a force it has more. we can start with the clashes that took place in hebron in the south of the west bank on wednesday jury in those confrontations israeli police israeli security forces say they shot and killed a 17 year old palestinian youth who they say was throwing molotov cocktails or was in the process of trying to do so then overnight there was a raid in janine in the occupied west bank. the israeli army was demolishing a house belonging to the family of someone who was involved in the killing of an israeli settler in 2018 at least 10 people have been killed more than a 100 have been injured in the southern iraqi city of niger when supporters of the
sheer clerical solder attacked an anti-government protest camp more demonstrations are now taking place in the capital as well as in other cities. prosecuted in turkey have launched an investigation into a plane crashed in istanbul airport that killed 3 people and left many more injured the pegasus airlines boeing 737 broke into 3 pieces after skidding off the runway last landing in paul. president trump has appeared publicly for the 1st time since being acquitted in his senate impeachment trial he says he suffered a terrible ordeal while speaking at an event hosted by congress democrats are vowing to press ahead with more investigations all right those are the latest headlines coming up next here it out is there it's a stream. the race for the white house has begun this month to 04 states have their say they want to please don't try.
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