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the balance of power is shifting as thousands of pro democracy activists join forces with ethnic minority insurgents forming a united front to take on the military. people in power goes behind the scenes to reveal growing optimism that the coalition of peoples defense forces could transform the country's future from me and mars frontline on a jessina. oh, oh oh oh, i
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protests in around the country supreme leader speak south for the 1st time since the woman died off to being detained by morales. he police. ah, i'm tell mccrae, this is al jazeera alive from dar ha. also coming up ukrainian forces retake a key town in an area the kremlin has just climbed, is now part of the russian federation outrage in the occupied whist bank after israeli forces killed to palestinians during a write. a dramatic you turn, the u. k. government goes back on tax cuts, as it announces, changes to its mini badges. ukraine's
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president says his forces have retaken a strategic town as part of a counter offensive against russian forces. they men is in one of the 4 regions recently climbed by russia. charles strafford reports from nearby sphere to husk ukrainian armies repositioning close to the front line town of lee man in the tornet screeching of east in ukraine. president putin says, this is now part of russia, but the ukraine in armies back in control of 2 weeks of heavy fighting. everywhere you look, devastation is nearly complete, burnt out russian and ukrainian military vehicles. and home after home destroyed russian soldiers were forced to retreat from this area, but the ukrainian army says they are prepared for a counter attack. and one, even using as russian president vladimir putin has implied the nuclear auction
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he would under. so carsa, this is also possible on liberated territories, sorry, turnkey patching together, that we keep them dispersed to ensure maximum safety of our personnel. but it does not affect the performance of their task. so as some of its spiers have been damaged by the shilling, but this 16th century russian orthodox monastery remains relatively unscathed, the level of destruction he proves. just how faced the fighting has been. in recent weeks, this russian orthodox monastery has been a place of pilgrimage for centuries. but now the ukrainian soldiers here tell us they fear the priests inside sheltering what they describe as russian collaborators . the bridge to the monastery over the civil ski donates river has been blown up on both sides. unlike most of the population of the village,
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the priests are still here. lover, now taco bell, i'm from whiter this monastery comes under the moscow patriarch, which from the start has been destroying ukraine from the inside. therefore, we see all these monks as russian agents. so there's a very high chance they've been hiding collaborators. and some of the few people who stayed and survived the fighting, a sheltering in the basement of another damage nearby church. because their homes have been destroyed. glued miller's husband passed away in may. her children fled to halt. give when the fighting started. i knew you don't, but um we are not leaving because this is our land, our mother lands, we are even prepared to live in a dog out. if it means we can stay near another homeless family descend the stairs into the church crypt where they sleep. their ukrainian village lies in ruins on land. vladimir putin says is now part of russia and has vowed to take full control
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of by any means over chelan says lie for our sin, cavan, for we just how much ground have ukrainian forces been able to retake well the ukrainians are advancing on 2 important fronts at the moment there's that area in the east vignettes can began square. charles was just reporting from there after that important victory over the weekend in taking the town of lee man. the ukrainian troops are still pushing so they, they are trying to consolidate their positions and move further into russian occupy territory. the russians have retreated to the town of crimean and they're trying to dig in. they're trying to establish new lines of defense and the ukrainians are, are trying to harry them and prevent them from becoming too embedded. now, there is also a pretty big offensive. this just happens over the last well,
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a few hours down in the south of the country in the castle region now for for weeks, if not months, the ukrainians have had a cancer offensive go on there. but it's been pretty slow, tough work. but over the last a few hours or so, they've made serious headway in the north of that region. the russians of ice, they got shut on city on the west bank of the deep river. and they've got areas around that. but their main forces are on the other side of the river. so the grains are basically tried to harry again and threatened the, the, the russians in the north of that part, of course, on region that they control. and they broken 3 lines. they've advanced maybe 2025 kilometers, and the russians have retreated some distance. now, we don't quite know how far are the ukrainian presidents volota? miss lensky is thank quite tight lipped. he says they've taken 2 settlements. the
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settlements are can guest and sir merrill reef blue beaker and, but there is probably more that's been taken that so that's a very dynamic front of the momentum and something to water. we're a challenge for us and cave. thank you. the war and ukraine wide, heavy over elections and bulgaria on sunday. sophia was once one of moscow's key allies, but it took a hard line after the invasion. russia cut off at scarce and energy prices have sought. andrew summons reports from sophia. it certainly does analissa calling it fragmented politics. the people are just so frustrated. many just haven't voted on the politicians of frying to get some sort of coalition government together. but it has to be said, the party with most votes is blame for years of corruption. this is how things played out. no clear winner,
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no surprise. instability is the result in this election. boy co boris of center, right? party one most folks. if he manages to get a coalition together, he says policy would remain pro european. oh, got it that other brother i'll gary and needs to be very clear, finn and precise on where it belongs in the european union. and nato carol, pet call for centrist succeeded boris offers prime minister. but his popularity waned, partly because of his hard line on russia and his messaging didn't get the support he needed. they're making a choice between her, our politics and transition, where corruption was part of the brand. we bulgaria or i knew completely reform transparent, growing bulgaria. it was only last year that anti corruption protest brought down bristles government after mobile a decade in power. his administration faced
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a 120 allegations of corruption from any you, prosecutor. despite this brozowski core support stayed intact, mainly among older voters. many of them living outside of the capitol but remote she villain, she's very confident. he's a well qualified politician. she communicates very well and he takes advice from the experts. but university lecturer galena, pinta cova, is skeptical about how that can be a fully functioning government. most of the half of the toner system, it might form a government, but it won't last for long. the last few elections show that it's nearly impossible to have a stable coalition government. and so what next negotiations to try to get a coalition government formed parties with different ideologies, trying to come together. it could include a nationalist pro russian party, but there's no guarantee it will all succeed. and that could be another general
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election. now the actual turn out figures are below 40 percent. that's the lowest figure that since this political crisis started one aspect which might just have an effect all overseas voters, this is the poorest country in the european union. many people have gone overseas for work and they get a vote, millions of them. now, the early projection suggest that those votes are going in favor of parties, other than boris op. so that, that could have an effect on the margin of the lot of the wind effectively. but a lot of talking to go on and it's quite possible that there will be stagnation, right? the way across the board around supreme leader has spoken for the 1st time since mass demonstrations spread across iran, ayatollah ali khamenei. he says he is heartbroken by the death of martha, many but criticized what he called our planned protests. carmine is blaming the us
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and israel for the biggest protest the country has witnessed in years or 22 year old are many died after being detained by the so called morality police for violating headscarf rules. who wrestle soda is life for us in to run and russel? how significant are his comments? well, this is the 1st time that he is speaking instead that the protest began at nearly 2 weeks ago. so he said that the security forces are the real weak them or of them for that, that they did the violence that is being used by the protest. he said that massa, i mean, is that has said in the everyone, but the way that the protest had been conducted, how'd, or not appropriate. and he said that it is not about she job. it is a directly about to destabilize the country and it is about to create a context or a pretext for inflicting cows over the company,
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said that you and if there wasn't any job issue or did that of massa mini still, the enemies of iran would find a way or a pretext to do the same. and it says that this protest or a pre planned an engineer the by the us. and israel said that the, they are using their paid agents and also iranian to retreat. there's war living abroad. so it's conducted by the, by the, by, by the u. s. and the israeli agents and mechanisms that are working very said that the u. s. doesn't want a stable and a strong iran. and that is the reason the main factor behind this process. so this is the general understanding in iran or mold of uranium or fish. also, they think that this is a, an international conspiracy against iran. they believe that this protests are per walked by the by did, but by the foreign powers and the it is the u. s, and is rarely meddling into the iranian the domestic affairs. okay, can you tell us more about her,
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the clashes with protesters at the university there? well, did the clashes, particularly in the, in shed if university of technology were important, they just rub that last night. and after the clashes between the students and the security forces, dozens of the students were arrested. so a normal now did, we can see that we can say that that, that, that, that at the center of the protest is, is, is shifting into the, into the university student started to protest on saturday and they continued through sunday. so it does the chit if university particular is important because it is a top university in iran, and every year the best students iranian students go to that university is very much famous with it's it's, it's, it's engineering faculties and every year, tons of students, graduates from that university go abroad the to the western countries, particularly the, did that the you asked. so now there are still ongoing protest in dis, largest education institutions. in iran,
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the students are asking the security forces to stop crack down, and to least they are detained for. and so since 2 weeks, hundreds of people and tense, including tons of students were arrested by the security forces. so yesterday, the present, or of the universe, you have to run and university of alameda, but nobody has ever they have announced that they are detained. students were released and hand over to their families by the security forces. it was at adjusted an attempt to calm down distribution in iran, however, as the clutches erupted in so in, in shit, university. and as the protest are still on going in several other universities, it seems that it didn't work okay. bristle sarah for us and to ron. thank you. the killing off to palestinians during a ride by israeli forces has sparked outrage and the occupied whist bank. 16 other palestinians were arrested overnight. raids were carried out and the jealous on refugee camp north of from allah. israel says it soldiers opened fire after
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palestinians tried to ramble with their car. did. abraham is at the jealous and refugee camp just north of ramallah. we are standing here in front of the jealous zone, refugee camp. where is ready forces of shocked at the car that had 3 pallets indians. later it announced that after the rest of the car with the palestinians, that 2 of them were killed. and the 3rd was injured, palestinians here would tell you that usually when palestinians conduct rhyming attacks, they're usually one person one car. and they think that israel is using the rhyming allegations as a way to justify it. extrajudicial killing palestinians say that israel is trying to control palestinians to instill fear in them. specifically that there is a growing a sentiment of a poor thing, military attacks against israeli soldiers and indigenous really settlers living
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here in the occupied west bank. this is part of the reality palestinians are living under. this is these really separation wall. it separates a palestinian lance from other past the near land. behind this wall, there is an illegal israeli 2nd. and usually circulars common attack palestinians just as happened late on sunday night towers, didn't say that this has been a very 10th year, very difficult to your for them. 109 palestinians. justin the occupied west bank itself were killed by israeli forces including al jazeera as shitty. a block left still ahead on l. 0 stories of survival. we speak to people in indonesia who made it out alive. after a stampede at a football stadium, ah,
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anticipation is rising. and so with ways hello there, let's look to east asia from the satellite image. you can see clear skies across the south of china. this is where we have seen the record heat over the past few days, but things are changing. we've got a cold front working its way down from the north west. that's already brought some snow to the chinese provinces up here, but we're going to see that wet weather skirt is way further, south knocking temperatures down and not just across northern areas of china, but also the korean peninsula and japan. that's going to deal with the brunt of that. whether on tuesday, by wednesday, it does push out further to see there's going to be some improvement up in the north. but it is looking wetter across more central and eastern areas of china and the temperature in shanghai is set to drop rather dramatically. by the time we get to thursday with cloudy skies. now as we move to south asia, there's not a cloud in the sky for much of pakistan and weston areas of india. but in the east,
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as the monsoon retreats were still seeing the really wet weather affect the north east and bangladesh. thanks to an area of low pressure moving out from the bay of bengal, that wet weather is set to work its way further north and into more sensual areas. by the time we get into wednesday, that should weather update to with sponsored by cattle and a ways frank assessments. if the united states should we felt that you're running a good program was there to build a nuclear weapon. they would find the deal by informed opinions, i believe that armenia and other virginia should have bilateral negotiations. we've been holding it that for many times. critical debate is the commonwealth now still something that king charles will take in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on al jazeera.
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ah ah, you're watching al jazeera reminder of our top stories. the south around supreme leader says the death of 22 year old marcia, meaning broke his heart in his 1st remarks since she died, that ayatollah ali khamenei blamed the us and israel for own going unrest. this outrage in the occupied west bank after israeli forces kills to palestinians during a right of the jealous own refugee camp. north of ramallah. israel says its soldiers opened fire after palestinians tried to ran them with the car. and you crimes, president says his forces have retaken a strategic town as part of
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a counter offensive against russian forces. lehman is in one of the 4 regions, recently climbed by russia. but the british government is making a dramatic you turn on it's many budgets that was announced just 10 days ago, chancellor quasi carting is reversing his proposed scrapping of the top right of income tax. the announcement of billions of dollars of unfunded tax cuts, st. financial markets into a spin with the pound, reaching record lows against the dollar. o pul, bryn and joint us now from birmingham and your, at the conservative party conference, at what's been the reaction there has this, you tune unified, the party. it hasn't, but it's certainly patching over the differences between the members of the conservative party here here. it's been a difficult 24 hours. frankly, we had the leader, the prime minister list trust. i interrogated on television on sunday morning in
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which an interview in which she said she was absolutely committed to the package. all about tax cuts that had been announced by her chancellor. although she did effectively put the point the finger at him being responsible, singular, singularly for the abolition of this top rates of taxes, 45 percent for the very high earnest. but then this morning with chinks and fishes starting to appear in party. unity with senior members of parliament saying that they would not support this tax cutting program when it comes to a vote in parliament in due course. it was inevitable, frankly, that the chancellor was going to have to do and about 10. but there was none. the less a surprise, what the chancellor said was that we'd get it. we've listened the at a 45 percent saturated become a distraction to the other parts of the package. and he said there is humility and confession in that. and i'm happy to own it. it's embarrassing, it's certainly embarrassing and it papers over the cracks, frankly,
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of what has been a really damaging up period for the room and conservative party here in the u. k. put in for us in birmingham. thank you. then inconclusive. first round of presidential elections and brazil brings 3 more weeks of uncertainty. the poll hasn't gone as predicted with 99.9 percent of the belts counters. this is how it's looking. lula has only managed to slight slate, with 48.4 percent of the vote. and boston, our has 143.2 percent, a run off, it will be held on october. the 13th allow latin america it is said lucy newman reports from sar. paula now, mccarthy, the selection is a nail biter and supporters of left his presidential candidate lucy nationally. the
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silva, i worried polls had predicted that the former president would defeat the courage right wing president. j boston adel by a double digit margie his lead instead. just 5 percentage points yet, lulac remained a beat insisting he was certain to win the presidential run off on october 30th. i knew where little mil i've never won an election in the 1st round of one them all in the 2nd round. all of them here in the runoff. what's important is the change to think thoroughly on what to propose to society and build a network of alliances ah, 100 to support is gathered unto least avenue to cautiously celebrate the result. luna, supported here are sounding, are beat optimistic that they will win in the run. this in is that the bulls were wrong, and that also mattel can not be underestimated. visible sonata is not contesting
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the results. as he had suggested he might. instead, he had reason to celebrate his political party has become the number one force in congress. what he believes that his 2nd term is now only 28 days away. oh said to me, i recognized that many people feel their standard of living as full. and now he will show them with greater emphasis that we recognize are spending power has diminished, but also show that our economy is recovering well as a more from this already divisive election could become even more divisive the coming weeks present. both fernando is really questioning the capacity of the electoral jeff if and of the electro electronic system to work properly. and so to give him what he believes that the only acceptable result that he does. his victory resilience now face another 3 weeks of intense campaigning in election, in which the outcome is even more uncertain than before. lucy and human al jazeera, so out of brazil. oh, back to our top story and the ukraine warm,
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the russian duma is amazing to gratify the illegal annexation of full ukrainian regions. bahama vall joins us now from moscow at mama to say, does this then make it official? well, for russians, it is going to meet with an occasional official in any minutes from now, when the case happens by the duma, it will be the step the words, the final modifications by the federal council tomorrow, which is the russian senate. and back to me, russia has amended its constitution to change its map at the map of ukraine, too, and it, measles. so russia is considering, but now the war is taking place in fight its own territory. and it is a war of national defense. it's becoming a defensive war, which means a lot for russians by constitution. they are obliged to fight to defend mother russia. we saw that mobilization going on,
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and the 1st batches of troops who have been recruited recently arriving in the front line. and these defeats that have happened during the last few days may, can russians much more interested in setting up the, the fight and do adding more resources into the, into the spot in which the know see in new dimension mohammed val, for us and moscow. thank you. for keena fossa, military leader paul han read to me by has agreed to step down. days of the army offices announced he's been deposed. the crew is the 2nd to became foster this year . religious and community leaders held mediation talks between the media and the new self proclaimed. later abraham, the tre or a, to resolve the crisis. informed much, actually, we really need to change the patient. we need to go fast. the whole countries in
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a state of emergency. so everyone at this level must be able to move faster and abandoned unnecessary taping to live in brooklyn. and everything is urgent from security to defense, to health, to social action, and to infrastructure. everything is urgent. the president of indonesia is, rima football club says he's ready to take full responsibility. after 125 people were killed in a stampede following a match on saturday. people have been paying tributes outside the stadium. we're one of the world's worst sports disasters unfolded. and in asia, security minister says an independent team will investigate what happens else is here as jessica washington is outside the stadium and my leg. we've been here in my lung observing this community which is still in a sense of shock and despair at what has happened, the loss of a 125 lives among the many young people. we spoke to some survivors who said that
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despite their grief and what they're going through right now, they wanted to speak to us. they wanted to share this story because they want those responsible for this tragedy to be held accountable. in milan, this is a community in morning and shock. 17 year old we dad went to a football match. his family never expected that he wouldn't make it home. the game turned to tragedy up to police. why had tear gas? it's spectators, apparently to control fans who entered the field after the match ended. people panicked triggering his stampede as they rushed to the gates. re hands elani survived, but his friend didn't. but please, through target to the lower part of the stadium, i saw children dying in front of my eyes. people were scattering round and panic trying to escape, but the exits were locked and loaded, so they were piling up. their hundreds were injured in the chaos. witnesses paint
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a refill picture. i make some work on disregard. so tomorrow as people ran towards the exit, it was light, and then the lights dimmed in the stadium. it was dark. people were pushing each other and even stepping over each other, trying to get out of the pool. this is the waiting area of the cycle unwind hospital in milan, one of the hospitals close to the stadium. most of the people waiting here are parents waiting anxiously for updates on their children. 17 year old refiner, dewey of freon shaw is in the intensive care unit. oh wow. i was staying up waiting for him. it was so late and he hadn't come home. every one else in our neighbourhood who had been to the match had started to come home. where was my son? and she worries about her son. she pondered why he ended up in hospital in the 1st place about males. why did police gas them? there were many children up there and mothers too. now you see who the victims are . many of them are just young boys, like my son d on to speak to patrice mother,
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he's also waiting for an update from the i see you do need to double battle, why her face so swollen on the burns and hammock, dislocated. she's unconscious. ah, indonesia, as president has asked for, an investigation and human rights groups are calling for answers and accountability, criticizing police for using t against in a confined space. for now, many of the parents who spoke to wound a 0 say the only question on their mind is whether their child will make it through . since the news broke off, this incident in my lung, people have been coming here to con general hon stadium to pay their respects to the lives lost leaving tributes under this statue of the team's mascot. and also these lodge signs, which are tradition here in indonesia. when, whenever someone dies, people are offering not only their condolences but throwing them off the support behind a thorough investigation saying that it is re.


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