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strange because your family through. here. on one. pushes a teenager of the edge. just because you can see violence against children doesn't mean others and there are invisible visible. my violence against children as. thousands have filled his streets of the algerian capital algiers to celebrate her resignation of president abdelaziz bouteflika the army had urged the eighty two year old to step down after weeks of protests against his rule beautifully again had been in office for two decades. venezuelan lawmakers loyal to president
nicolas maduro have stripped opposition leader one of his immunity it means why don't could now face arrest and prosecution his opponents accuse him of inciting street violence and of violating the constitution when he declared himself interim president in january. my laziest former prime minister has gone on trial for his alleged role in a corruption scandal. accuse of misappropriating four and a half billion dollars if convicted he could face life in jail mass protests over scandal forced rozzers resignation in twenty fifteen. u.s. president a donald trump has welcomed a nato secretary general younes stoltenberg to the white house trim code on some countries such as germany to spend more on defense stoltenberg is visiting washington for events to mark not. the verse or.
this is deja vu news africa coming up in the next fifteen minutes foreigners fearing for their lives in south africa three people have been killed and hundreds are displaced after a flare up of violence against people from other african countries the south african government says it's criminality not a phobia we'll hear from the jo'burg blazed africa dies for a forum. and in the years since i came to follow it ethiopia is while the world with them sweeping reforms but he still facing big challenges will hear from ethiopia about what they think they get president.