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Shireen Abu Akleh: Israeli army admits 'high possibility’ that soldier killed journalist

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Shireen Abu Akleh: Israeli army admits 'high possibility’ that soldier killed journalist

Shireen Abu Akleh: Israeli army admits 'high possibility’ that soldier killed journalist

An Israeli investigation into the killing of the Al Jazeera journalist concluded that she was not deliberately targeted and shot accidentally.


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Thousands of Displaced Nigerians , Struggle to Meet Basic Needs. Al Jazeera reports that over 200,000 Nigerians displaced by long-running violence are struggling after authorities shut down camps and stopped delivering aid. . Al Jazeera reports that over 200,000 Nigerians displaced by long-running violence are struggling after authorities shut down camps and stopped delivering aid. . Human Rights Watch says that the decision by Borno state in northeast Nigeria is meant to return thousands of internally displaced people to their communities. . Human Rights Watch says that the decision by Borno state in northeast Nigeria is meant to return thousands of internally displaced people to their communities. . According to the state, the decision is also meant to wean the displaced off of humanitarian aid. Human Rights Watch said in a November 2 report that people removed from the camps are now struggling to meet basic needs, including food and shelter. Human Rights Watch said in a November 2 report that people removed from the camps are now struggling to meet basic needs, including food and shelter. Over 140,00 people were removed from eight camps, while food aid to two other camps was stopped in August, according to the report. By forcing people from camps without creating viable alternatives for support, the government is worsening their suffering and deepening their vulnerability, Anietie Ewang, Nigeria researcher at Human Rights Watch, via Al Jazeera. According to the state government, it is now safe for citizens to return to various areas formerly occupied by Boko Haram fighters. . The government also claims that some communities have been rebuilt. Al Jazeera reports that aid groups have warned that these communities remain vulnerable to attacks. . In October, some 2,000 people were moved into a new residential complex built by the United Nations and the state government in Ngarannam. . In 2015, Ngarannam was overrun by Boko Haram forces.

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Leftist Lula, Narrowly Defeats Bolsonaro , in Brazil's Presidential Election. Leftist Lula, Narrowly Defeats Bolsonaro , in Brazil's Presidential Election. Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva defeated incumbent Jair Bolsonaro by 50.8 percent to 49.2 percent of the vote. As the election numbers turned in da Silva's favor, Brazilians in multiple cities took to the streets in celebration. Today the only winner is the Brazilian people, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. This isn’t a victory of mine or the Workers’ Party, nor the parties that supported me in campaign. , Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. It’s the victory of a democratic movement that formed above political parties, personal interests and ideologies so that democracy came out victorious, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. Bolsonaro has yet to concede defeat. So far, Bolsonaro has not called me to recognize my victory, and I don’t know if he will call or if he will recognize my victory, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. Analysts say that there is a clear difference in meaning between the first time da Silva was elected and his Oct. 30 election. Analysts say that there is a clear difference in meaning between the first time da Silva was elected and his Oct. 30 election. It was more an election of hope back then. , Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. Now, I have the feeling that many people are celebrating the end of a very dark period. , Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. I think everyone knows it’s an uphill battle, but I think people are very excited to see what Lula will do, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. Acknowledging deep divisions that were revealed by the election, da Silva maintained that Brazil is "one country.". I will govern for 215 million Brazilians, and not just for those who voted for me, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera. There are not two Brazils. We are one country, one people, one great nation, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brazil's President-Elect, via Al Jazeera

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