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it was supposed to offer hope and justice to the displaced more than 80000 claims have been deemed settled. but more than 26000 remain unresolved. it's unclear how many people have actually re settled on reclaimed land with shakes, suspects tenants on them. a qu, our property are stalling in the hopes. the remaining elders who live through the trauma will give up. he says he'll die fighting to reclaim their stolen land. natasha name al jazeera. ca sewland, a tall province, south africa. ah, hello. this is al jazeera, these are the headlines. sedans, military leader has sacked, at least 6 ambassadors, as international pressure grows against monday's crew. the african union has suspended cartoon, and the while bank has put aide on hold. what's important for the secretary general
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and for all of us, is to see the immediate and unconditional release of all other government officials who continue to be oh, on, on lawfully detained, as well as activist or any one else who has been detained arbitrarily, ah, by the authorities and every once human rights of course, must be a respected of the secretary general has been on the phone. and his advisors have been in touch with relevant or people. pakistan's government has threatening to crack down on a band group after 4 police officers were killed and a rally. neil, a whole members of the to re kill a bake party on demanding the release of their lead in in law farmers and sri lanka are protesting against a lack of fertilizer. after a government ban on all agro chemicals and spawns of
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a crackdown on so called non essential imports during a foreign currency crisis. the u. k says, threats by france to block british boats from its ports are a breach of international law and the latest escalation and a dispute link to a post breaks at fishing agreement. paris is threatening sanctions if the u. k. doesn't grant more life and 1st, a french fisherman in british waters a hearing looking into lebanon's, former prime ministers role in the buried blast has been delayed for now. the judge investigating the explosion. how suspended, how sunday of hearing until a lawsuit against the state is settled. d, i've filed a sous on wednesday challenging teresa beatles efforts to prosecute him over last year's blast. the former prime minister has missed at least 2 interrogation sessions that were requested by the judge. although the headlines i'll have more news for you here after the stream, stay with us. ah 25 years ago, a middle east began or to part
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documentary series 25th anniversary of colleges. even telling the story of the channels now it became recognized global brand. ah, the story of algebra for unique pos. ah, i anthony ok to day on the stream. we are looking at see dan's transition to democracy early on this week. the power sharing agreement between civilians and the military and did abruptly. now general abdel fata alba had is in charge. if you're new to right now, you can be part of our discussion. what would you like to know about the military coup? what would you like to share about military coup? the comment section is right here, be part of today's program. earlier on today,
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i ask hippa morgan, she's out as he was corresponding his car in how tune in sudan. i asked her, can you show us an idea of what it is like to be in how to right now, just to dale, to off to a military coup. she standing in the middle of the street? the camera person is standing in the middle street in the middle of the day in the middle of the week. it gives you some indication as to things aren't quite normal, is what heaven told us. no, we're on one of the street that normally around this time of the day around mid afternoon is very busy with all the shops open. but right now it's the complete opposite. many business owners say that they're not sure what impact the military takeover will have on sedans, economy. so that is halting the few hours ago. hello haber. so good to have you. thanks for being part of our program and sama, please introduce yourself to our stream audience. tell them who you are and what you do. yeah, thanks for inviting me. my name is selma de la,
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so the initial political scientists are on the show was could i could visiting all the way? so some a welcome. hey, but good. see, for the last conversation been trying to help us understand on the audi 0 news, what is going on? what triggered what seems to need to be quite an abrupt change from this power sharing agreement to just the military empower hipaa? well i think the military basically fine opportunity to take over from because of the decision that's happening. i think it was a follow the street from the very beginning against the here and when the change for listen, when you are the difference between the we're in the for mission
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and civilian political parties and i think the vision and the wider and wider administrative. an opportunity to knowing when they come to power actually and that they're interested, i think that was even with the information that we had the knowledge and following up the 3rd from the very beginning, i think the fact that you know, prior to the military over there was a presidential policy and where some groups are actually off a bit of a shock. you know, again these are people who over place that they wanted to talk with you on this is democracy by ownership here. and i think we'll wrap my head around the fact that, you know, you were an on who,
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who was one of the military facilities. right. and now here they are taking a 2nd, get money back to that one time. and once again, to do the does all the time government that need to power the policy agreements and trying to leave the transition made so many women have much more right before the economy is improving for them to look at out of the state of terrorism. the us territory on that for people to do from the government to keep anything and know why mason over and ok will practices if something is wrong. let me just bring in the general, if this is a general speaking on october, the 26 dom, i'm going to play this to you. i would really love you to response here is whether prime minister of dela humbug suggested an initiative in order to unify all
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parties. and we set to discuss it with himself and the freedom and change forces, who suggested an initiative. and we agreed on it. it had 6 points, but the freedom and change forces refused to sit with us or even discuss the matter . they replied with a written document including 9 or 10 points. and what was that? in the 2nd initiative, we told the prime minister that there must be a solution adopted by both sides. we said in our discussions with the prime minister that we need to speak to the political parties in order to extend the basis of participation, which we were discussing up until the day before yesterday. summer. what do you make of that explanation? yeah, i mean for me, oh, the 1st thing after listening to general barton will hon. i immediately could take that he's not to calling you to
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a good letter. he'd be nice to describe it. he thinks what, what he has, ma'am, is a form of trying to save dilution and try to bring that illusion love to does that i off i'm of course, he's talking a lot about his effort. but despite all this stations, which has been between the military, under civilians, members of the government, i don't think this justifies this. moved that he, he did, by dissolving and the government under constitution declaration. and i think minutes with that, he's what they didn't meet with this angry person is obviously a response of the 2 days prior to content related. a cool way coming out of the streets and listing it on using various techniques to do to yesterday gifted and try to bring back their civilian government. there
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is a mystery that happened earlier on this week and that mystery is about the whereabouts of the sudanese prime minister, abdullah ham dog. i will look here on my laptop to tweet, so i wanted to share with you and wonder whether hipaa can clear up the mystery. family sources say that they can't reach the prime minister or his wife on the phone. we don't know what the circumstances are currently. and then this is the general again, general alba had he. he was saying that the prime minister was at home, but white that he would face harm. so he's now with me at my home. that's the general's home in the guest house. i was sitting with him last night. he is living life normally in the guest house with the general. once threats or harms of sides, he can return to his home. hey beth, where is the prime minister to die right now? well, he is back. but you know what i me so you feel
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we the media there are actually met him and spoke to him and check. this is how. but you can talk to people for them, the fact that it is not the prime minister, the way they used to him event going to work to be around the world that receiving of that is not there. then he's being moved from one house to another, especially because of the way the tuition on the internet should balance. so people didn't know initially where it was, they knew that family members from the office that he was in the morning in the early hours with me in 5 minutes. and then that would be great. but then again, even back in his residence where people are not okay with the alteration the fact
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that he's under the fact that he can move, we and the fact that everything goes back to the movies right now. the military. and so the government that they're talking about, so yeah, everything serial to be honest. you know, again, i'm sorry if i may yes, i had that, but the people also didn't know the way i most of them of the prime minister this was a source of for get anger for the public. i mean for many to days. or of course, asking and worried about about team and, and this is especially that he represents kind of the sequel of the seen one of the, of the pollution from them. so yeah, so many, it was really disturbing news to me. so then he's not to get to know
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where the prime minister and then when general one mission that he's how this was a kind of slow mix of fights for the people. i mean, usually in, in the middle school, if you are a prime minister, will team in j o in the present or anything, but you cannot kind of get enough human keeping in your house. so this was a quaker, astonishing moment to hear the general one thoughts about them, keeping them by anything in his house. what do you think? yeah, we'll see if i, if i ma'am, just gonna jump in here. and you mentioned that there was some difficulty with the internet connections and we're still hearing that with the connection that we have with you. we hear you is a little bit tricky audience. thank you so much for your patience for that. i'm
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going to move on a little bit cuz i don't wanna spend the whole whole program talking about the mystery of where is the prime minister? why can't we see, i mean, see that? i know that's important, but there's some other thoughts for you summer. this is john on twitter. he says the military, especially general bra han was never going to hand over leadership of the sovereign counsel to civilians in november. that was on the schedule right. november was when the, when the council or civilians were going to take over. as it was supposed to be, the crew was expected. it was a matter of when summer is not in your head articulate the not summer guide. i totally agree with was john or dissimilar. critical is no surprise for many students who have been following their events on daily basis. now we have seen the tensions between the civilian and military, a function of the government. we have seen a lot of statements and counter statements, and it was also clear that the general with hon was fed up with their civilian
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government and he's a fantasy thing to bring his on cabinet and already now we yeah, a lot of the news that he started to opera kind of select his home on a comp competent terms. yeah. person who can feel the positions of the cabinet. yeah. and now yes, true. he is, there he was, he what he didn't want to give up a po on hand in the port to the civilian as it was said, should you ever if i, ma'am, i'm just going to dip into your twitter account and you shared you retreated, a comment from david ma pass, he's the head of the world bank group. the world bank group has paused disbursement in all of its operations. you suzanne on monday and stop processing any new operations? i'm gonna ask him why you shared that, but also via this comment. this question from one of our audience miss fin says i do believe that sydney's will solve the problems by themselves. no more
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interference of any countries at all. bearing in mind the stopping of disbursement from the world bank groove and mess vin saying, sudan, we've got it. we can handle this, we don't need international interference. hipaa thoughts? well, it's one issue of international affairs thing that has been under economy for more than 27 years and it has had impactful economy. so the reason why we need it needs because you know, it's only the time where world back are providing and in the phone support program for the families and the government, the government to fix it. that wasn't really living below the poverty line. so that's, that's just significant the fact that these have been you know,
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frankly, right. and you committed to having places and that support that will affect the very crucial anytime. even with that pulse, if you like the number of families in meetings. and that's if one of the side effects of the minutes we pay for having impact the african me down on wednesday. but i think the biggest concern there, that's the reason why we decided because of time to let people know that this is probably the e commerce in fact, in the country. you know, people outside will not be able to see that, but it is a $100.00 fee because joe, i, it's, so some of you guys, as i go, said yet if i may, i'd just to learn a little to, to these. i think also for there for many should any people and it's really important that to own toward,
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to see do the international community support or that the buck. but the buck up there are a distance of the sermons difficult. so this kind of statements makes a lot of fun. yeah, it means a lot for minnesota and he's also lot today we are also hearing a lot of foam western countries on oswald, our leg, the african union, and many other international institutions that are working or, or uncle, condemning at least them know that the medical was that one thought what the difference is that made to your sunday, his senior nice summer out of that making fill out what can you can, can you yeah, you need like a just listing that than the number of international guys asians bodies. he was saying that this is a military coup and that the civilian arrangements, the power sharing agreement should return as soon as possible. as somebody who is sydney is watching what's happening to your county from outside of your country.
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guy. yeah, of course, only minister, the uneasily alive that it is upon the sudanese themselves or tool to change a yellow city. and it is damned up to love to bring back the era revolution and to to, to bring back the civilian girl. but of course, it would and cannot, is not, i isolated country and, and, and under pressure from the outside is crucial. for this, i mean objectives to be realised, especially in the distinction banality. so the stream did aston or alba hand if he would be part of today's program. he didn't decide that he wanted to do that, but we have got a comment from him just early on in his me it's trying to understand the military perspective and why the takeover has happened. this is what he said on october the 25th. so that the sooner glove a competent and independent government will take care of the country until the
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upcoming elections. it will be formed respecting and representing all sudanese people. yeah. so that was the general on october the 25th, and this was ishmael. who is a journalist just a few hours ago, have a listen. the military coincident october, 25th. and the development of the sovereignty council is a big setback for the democratization process. and should i'm following the december revolution, it raises fears. that's when maybe returning to this vicious cycle of civilian war follow benwa's hey rule followed by a popular uprising. this is not to say that there are no legitimate criticism. so that form is at the transitional government in the past 2 years, but also raises questions as to why the emerging thought it was say to take such an action that this time spike will declare conditions of conscience like united states. and more importantly, the,
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she turned out that means posters. on october 24th. when he 1st. yeah, rose she, at the october revolution indicating that the overwhelming majority should and he's no longer accept from us who this is the question mark. her many people watching from outside of sudan however, is so now what happens, what will happen with the protest if you are out in the streets, i know that you have doing some of that reporting today. what are you seeing? what is the sense the atmosphere that you're getting from them? really very fun. so if you see more and more barricades, i'm actually quite shocked by that earlier because just a few meters away, no longer. ready and 3 people are cancelling and you can see and you know that the material because it's
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been since monday has been very fulfilled. they're already people who have been killed. i'm one of the people that have some interest, so there's violence and it was billions. is there anything like, again theme or the father of the people around the feed? every single time the ministry or any type type of a, b, c come back with more that you need to come back with. we're going to send them. usually they're the ones who are losing things. it's still surprising and i don't think i'll ever get over it by violence situation too. it's all profits provide health care education, everything that a lot of people use the buying could be to asian brown. you even say no,
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we are so we want the civilian government. so i think a lot of resilience and i'm all of our shop by, by asking the state. so i got some, some, let me just bring in some of those voices. this is just last night in see dad, these are some of the young protest. i have a look. i love when serena and the youth insist that there should be a civilian rule, but it gets are everywhere. this is one of the things that are sure us, that we are still committed to the streets, to our principles and protecting that evolution. i mean, the head of the people are mobilizing by themselves because there is no internet, no phone communications. nobody is leading us, not the freedom and change horses or the professionals association. the people in the street are leading themselves. we are not removing the barricades because the military, general abdel fata bur, had speech was not convincing. we will protest on october 30th until
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summer. i'm seeing a lot of that defiance against the military on i you chief comments as people are watching the show. i'm gonna bring in one more voice and i'm going to go right back to you. this is how made he's a researcher and policy analyst. he see denise, once again, this release from commercial, the word and could that would resilience and unbreakable determination to compare to financial and can source in the country where people saddam, at out in the streets, hiking peace for me without arms or news in their voices. and protecting themselves by using better case and little and set on their neighborhoods. however, the people of sudan are being blocked underwood because internet services were shut down in the country who needs to come to live in cooking pro sedan and cook civilian cooled. and you should, in sudan, military does not belong to government, should love be empowered. i should not be in church,
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so called the cindy's people. yeah, for me i feel very powered on a year here. the statements, especially from the am a young people in their streets, were resisting or up facing a brewton military on the interstate of horton. or they have been cut out from telecommunication and num, oh, there is a lot of pressure on done on them despite that you can see them are in high moral arm and even they're much more calmer than as for me personally, for example, i was saw it under well modeling of the, of the military cool one, i managed to call my family or a completely, it completely changed my, my moral and a good feel that it did. it did me notion of them, of the people to bring back their around their civilian or government. so as you could hear from their various reports, idea of using various tactics are old and new tactic. saw specially m protests in
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the industry. it's an civil obedience and, and now they are calling for this a big and protest under set yourself of october and, and here i would like also to, to mention that even that they're needing their dashboard are now are organizing and similar are protest in the response on or to in support of them or protest in sweden are which quite or so on. encouraging young ladies, we've got about one minute left in our discussion today. it's not long enough to talk about what's happening in sudan, but we got started. this is dan dan. dan had a, an epic question for you, and i want an instant response. sam, are you start? dan says, do you think the school will be reverse? i think the people of sudan are determined or 2. i to stop the some move by, by hon. and also they are very patient on using various tactics. a,
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please do not busy. it will not be easy for the dinner on a stool to take over the power as the people will not accept it easily. what a terrible question to ask a corresponded. will this cable reverse? i didn't ask the question, i'm just sharing it with you from dan a. but go ahead. i wait on what i'm seeing on the 3 that being on the people hearing from them. they're going to have to be way out to minutes, re, i'm being charged on to use 4th against i don't thing either. yeah. people off to that are going to not with a group has the effect taking bad to be able to find out that there are situations . thanks heather, i have a morgan. it was fun of i guess, to day have a look here on my laptop. i know you will see how work going forward is get off the video, get back to my laptop. here we go. he brought morgan on twitter and sama abdullah
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