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join me man the hot sun for a new season of love from this time. on counting the cost how apple's i phone economics make it the most profitable company in the world. how the jay trade is influencing the prices in myanmar. plus one hundred days of the gulf crisis we'll look at how the economy is very. counting the cost at this time on a. provocation from pyongyang kim jong un fires yet another missile over japan triggering a new round of international condemnation.
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and this is al jazeera life from london also coming up the spine police just going over your head and everything screaming place time for the suspects behind a long time chew bombing twenty nine people were injured when the device exploded during the morning rush hour. on a c international says ace has evidence security forces villages as part of an orchestrated campaign. on celebrating the end of an era the only spacecraft to it all but sauce and full silent after twenty years of constant exploration. we start with the korean crisis in the last hour white house national security adviser general. said the united states was approaching the limits of what an diplomacy can accomplish when it comes to running in north korea's weapons program
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. for those who have said and been commenting about the lack of a military option there is a military option now it's not what we would prefer to do so what we have to do is call on all nations call on everyone to do everything we can to address this global problem short of war so that is implementing now these are these significant sanctions that have just now gone into place and it is convincing everyone to do everything that they can and that it's in their interest to do it his comments come off the pyongyang find yet another missile over japan the second in less than a month the u.n. security council is meeting to discuss this latest provocation we'll have the latest from new york in a moment but first craigie sent this report from tokyo the missile launch followed a familiar pattern it came early morning two minutes before seven local time with japan in its path launched from the capital pyongyang the missile flew three
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thousand seven hundred kilometers over the northern japanese island of hokkaido reaching a height of seven hundred seventy kilometers before crashing to the pacific ocean. just minutes after sirens sounded in her kind of as a public alert was issued residents had mixed feelings. against the just doesn't feel real i really don't know what it'll do it gives me the shivers i feel like telling them to stop it now the response from neighbors was swift south korea's national security council held an emergency meeting the country's new president ordered to counter fire with a missile test of its own the drill was pre-planned in preparation for another north korean test. just not calling again fired a ballistic missile obviously disregarding international community's criticisms and warnings and the un security council resolutions such continuous provoking actions by not go to your c.d.'s that's the peace and stability of korean peninsula and the
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international community that our government sternly denounces the next president of the messiah launce moon also instructed the nation to analyze and ramp up preparations for new forms of threats from electromagnetic pulse and chemical attacks arriving in tokyo from an economic summit in india japan's prime minister immediately called for an emergency meeting of the u.n. security council. north korea has trampled on the international society's strong desire for a peaceful solution it's reckless act is absolutely unacceptable we will request the security council to hold an emergency meeting he's urging the international community to act as one against north korea and wants the u.n. security council to implement the latest sanctions against the country the u.s. secretary of state is calling on all nations to take new measures against north korea specifically he said china and russia must indicate their intolerance for these reckless launches by taking direct actions of their own this is the second
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ballistic missile to cross japan in less than a month it comes within twenty four hours of north korea threatening to sink japan with nuclear weapons a threat japan takes seriously now that it believes north korea has the ability to miniaturize its nuclear weapons and place them on top of ballistic missiles like the one which crossed the country today craig leeson al-jazeera tokyo. well said jordan joins us live from the united nations in new york was and they're about to sit down and meet we're hearing from the likes of rex tillerson also from the national security advisor in the u.s. saying really it's up to every nation to do everything they can support pressure on north korea but do you getting the sense as they go into that meeting that china and russia are willing to do that well both the chinese and russian ambassadors declined reporters on offers to all come address them just as there are going into
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this closed door meeting the french ambassador also to not close speaking to reporters right now the ambassadors who have spoken all agree that there needs to be much more work done to make certain that the two do such of sanctions recently imposed on north korea actually are implemented because there is a belief that they can make a difference in deterring pyongyang from continuing to expand its nuclear weapons program now she had no this is not here in new york for this emergency meeting but the u.s. ambassador nikki haley was asked about the impact of sanctions and the need to bring north korea into international compliance down in washington if you look at the resolutions that have passed in the last month or two of them they cut thirty percent of the oil they banned all the labors they banned ninety percent of the exports they've banned joint ventures we've basically taken it in in the words of north korea we have strangled their economic situation at this point that's going
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to take a little bit of time but it has already started to take effect what we are seeing as they continue to be provocative they continue to be reckless and at that point you know there's not a whole lot the security council's going to be able to do from here when you cut ninety percent the trade and thirty percent of the oil we're not good question roles isn't it if these sanctions start to bite and still this missile program doesn't see one of us in the security council say. well see this is where there is a difference of opinion as it were between the u.s. russia and china the chinese have long insisted that the u.s. take a look at its own military operations in and around the korean peninsula most notably its joint military exercises which it conducts every year with south korea those are the result of a treaty obligation between the two countries but north korea sees those military exercises as a threat to its national security and thus as
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a justification for starting and expanding its nuclear weapons program the russians in recent days have been saying that yes while they are going along with sanctions because they don't want to see a nuclear north korea they also say that the onus is on the u.s. and on south korea to actually try to do more to engage directly with north korea they say that the aggressive language coming from the u.s. about possible military action should not be uttered great to get your thoughts for us also in jordan that with the very latest from that security council meeting at the u.n. . british police are treating a blast on. terrorist incidents the explosion which happened in the city's south west during the busy morning rush hour.
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it happened on london's underground. eight twenty in the morning the height of the rush hour if this was a deliberate attack and that's what the police believe it was time to cause maximum casualties. this is what we believe caused the explosion just as the train came into pass and scream station a bucket still in flames moments later when a passenger on the train filmed it on camera but the damage to the surrounding carriage is slight perhaps someone intended this to be a much more serious attack injured and frightened people fled the station some had burns there was panic several people rushed to hospital almost immediately. people shell shocked and when i asked what what happened they talked about an explosion in one of the carriages. yeah but that ripped through one of the carriages we had a bag. just came. and it was so hot and it just the whole.
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just coming everybody screaming. and we run out and. we just we were right at the end she just we just jumped the fences and just ran. this is a leafy residential part of west london a long way from the city center so people who live around here are surprised and alarmed that something like this has happened and the police have sealed off a large area around parsons green tube station meaning an awful lot of disruption to people's lives we are true. in the matter as a terrorist related incident and the metropolitan police counterterrorism c'mon will take responsibility for that investigation the prime minister held an emergency security beating the peace and security services are obviously doing all the work to discover the full circumstances of this cowardly attack and to identify
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those responsible and i would urge any members of the public who have anything mation or footage about what happened this morning to pass it to the police. but the british authorities are frustrated yet again that the american president is speculating or perhaps revealing intelligence about ongoing investigation donald trump tweeted that the attack was carried out by people that the british police had . never think it's helpful for anybody to speculate on what is an ongoing investigation recent attacks in london and in manchester have put the british authorities on heightened alert around the world the choo train attacks back in two thousand and five the so-called seven seven attacks in which more than fifty people died but the advice from politicians and the police is for people to go about their daily lives and across this bar city today that's what most londoners are doing to be phillip's al jazeera pass in the street in london. on
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a falcon joins us live from pass a screen in west london and they have any sense of the sort of evidence the police . to try and get behind. well as yet the police and specially has been involved in scouring the station for clues a keeping whatever evidence they've gathered most certainly under wraps so they have though relaxed the cordon that has been around policy and screen station all day significantly so now many are a few hundred metres away from the entrance to the station there is still a very heavy police presence here and on the platform itself there is still a forensic tend to especially as have been poring over vital evidence on the platform on the train and also crucially looking at the homemade improvised explosive device that according to some specialists may have already led them to formulate conclusions and opened up other lines of inquiry they may already have individuals in their site but whether or not we will know about that any time soon
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and it's very much unclear what we do know is that with such a sensitive case like this gathering pace a gathering momentum the authorities are going to be wanted to keep that sensitive information under wraps and they've been a phrase in effect. i think chicks that nobody seems to tell donald trump. again upsetting people within. the government. absolutely right is definitely ruffle some feathers here in the u.k. we heard in one of the phillips report there that to reason may. be somewhat frustrated by the conclusions the donald trump seems to be already making that. the headquarters of the police here in the u.k. may already know who the perpetrators of this incident were of course the british authorities are not naming names are not saying anything at all because they know as i mentioned there how sensitive this case is it does something of
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a reminder of what happened shortly after the munster attacks where the u.s. government leaked to the u.s. media the name of the bomber before the british government made it public and up ended up in a diplomatic spat between the two countries most certainly the british government do not want a repeat performance of that this time around many thanks. still to come on the program i think the round of talks progress we'll have the latest from. nigeria launch of a new initiative aimed at trying to reduce the rights of. how i will after all the terrible weather that we've had race of the best start with some pleasant sunshine and that's the case across eastern and southern parts of europe at the moment i jus the weather is not too far away tucked in behind this
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weather system here we've got much cooler air this is where also ms as far as europe is concerned you see the green cheating on our chart his sixteen and seventeen degrees but let's get back to the warm twenty three celsius there in moscow what those numbers from alpha book rest we could get thirty two here and a thirty three for anchorage it's not going to last that cooler will make its way into eastern parts sixteen celsius from moscow that temperatures falling away joining on with the autumnal weather that we have across much of northern europe then fifteen or sixteen celsius there for paris on hopefully cool northerly wind will ease but quite a few showers coming in behind so i'm sure things settling down for the british isles as we go on to the second half of the weekend meanwhile we'll see the west weather coming down to central parts of europe easing over towards hungry towards the balkans still hanging on to that warm sunshine down in the southeastern corner temperatures edging up to wards the maid into the mid thirty's to across northern
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parts of africa chance of some wet weather towards the northwest with rain into allergies. a survivor of the genocide people who. are suffering but it is hard to dedicated his life to searching the woods for bones of the victims of the srebrenica massacre. you know hope of finally laying the past to rest and giving peace to the victims' families if i could just find if i could bury him. at this time on al jazeera.
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welcome back remind of the top story on al-jazeera after the latest north korean missile test the white house national security adviser. is close to the limits of sanctions and diplomacy. united nations security council is meeting to discuss the situation after the north korean missile flew over northern japan. placed on treating a blast on a london underground train that injured twenty nine people in there was a terrorist incident. a mystery international. to highlight what it calls an orchestrated campaign to burn villages. the rights group has detected eighteen. states since august twenty fifth when they military crackdown began. targeting groups in the area almost four hundred thousand. of them children have
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fled to bangladesh in the past three weeks. we documented through through a number of different sources it's really clear campaign of the consing by the media more security forces. fire. burning circles the whole state. it's very very difficult to do this anything else a liberal effort by the me of a military to drive a. country. by any means necessary turn via china is on bangladeshis border with. i mean shop or the on my back side on the other myanmar side of the border in between is the now free bar now you can see behind me smoke rising this i realize has been banned by the me and my security forces within the last several days thousands of people are trying to cross into bangladesh through this river crossing many of them are unable to cross because the boat men are
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charging them exuberant prices ranging from a dollar to two hundred dollars this people are poor they cannot afford to cross because the prices are so high now a lot of these people need to be transferred into the official camp or in the quota piling area where this presence of international donor agency right now they're in the marcy of the local donors people from local community are providing them fresh water and food most of these people are a woman and children some elderly people that desperately need aid and they need to be mobilized and move from this area into the official area along otherwise they won't get the kind of how the need now the amnesty international latest report corroborates what we are saying and our contacts and man maher are saying the same thing the masses of people have gathered and they're trying to cross into bangladesh where the ploy is going within some time that number could very well rich into one million. russia iran and turkey have agreed a new deescalation zone in syria's northern province the agreement was reached the
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sixth round of talks in the kazakh capital as starla as charles stratford reports. after two days of talks in a star in agreement on a fourth so-called deescalation zone in syria. the united nations special envoy says consensus on ending the fighting was a final as a means of complimenting un brokered talks in geneva focused on the political future of syria we really welcome disagreement today because we have been always pushing forward this coalition walk the people of here been asking and the fact of adding new areas to date difficult lesion it will show but the escalation of fighting in italy presents a particular challenge the international community and the syrian government say many of the groups indeed labor affiliated to al qaida and remain viable targets the syrian opposition delegation agrees and says they are committees to fighting
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terrorist organizations but they are against the inclusion of iranian troops in monitoring the deescalation zones originally the interview under the pretext of keeping something shreyas then they got the million shares and know what their number is in aus and nz and now the russians turned them into getting tools and went out and these posts monitor all use that. use so yes and they are not for keeping the t.v. through it as a pretext that. the head of the russian delegation says exactly where the iranian russian and turkish monitors will be stationed needs to be discussed but iran has a right to be involved. it's us they're going to go to them iran is one to country for that's done a process it's experts were invited to syria by the legitimate syrian government that's why they had the right to use their office service doing to the situation to the escalation is on. there has been
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a reduction in fighting in the deescalation zone since the plan began to be implemented for a half months ago now russia says that along with the u.s. and jordan little already represented as observers more countries may soon be involved more talks are scheduled here for october and it's hoped that in the interim conference room play jews are acted upon by all parties in a bid to try and end the violence in these deescalation zones where it's believed around two and a half million people have endured more than six years of war charles stratford al-jazeera stana the parliament of iraq's kurdish region has supported plans to hold an independence referendum later this month the vote took place during the first session of parliament since it was suspended two years ago it comes just by opposition from iraq iran and turkey the united states is also warning that the
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referendum could cause new conflicts in the region. the french president emmanuel macron has called for the blockade of cats are to be lifted he made the comments following a meeting with the american who is on his first foreign trip since the diplomatic crisis began in june jenna how has more from power. beginning in berlin on his way to the u.n. general assembly in new york and opportunity for the emir of qatar to lobby european capitals for support in reaching a political solution to the gulf crisis what. we talked about the readiness of qatar to sit down at the table and to discuss and solve that issue we think germany for its effort and also i think the chancellor of germany has a role to solve the problems around the negotiating table we think you for your support of the kuwait initiative which got her support a sense of the beginning and will continue supporting until we get the solution to such face all the parties. and the emir took his offer of holding talks to paris
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where president emmanuel macron like chancellor merkel supports mediation efforts by kuwait and the united states and maybe even seek to join those efforts having appointed a special envoy in recent weeks in berlin earlier chancellor merkel spoke of the need for quiet diplomacy to run its course for both sides to find compromises allowing them to quote unquote save face well that's a sentiment that president macron here is unlikely to disagree with france has hugely lucrative trade and investment deals with saudi arabia the u.a.e. and qatar it isn't going to take sides in this dispute but it's very interested in seeing it resolved a statement attributed to mccrone has called for a lifting of the saudi lead in bargo on qatar discussions may well continue next week in new york journal al-jazeera paris. and nigeria four hundred thousand women die every year due to birth related complications many of these deaths happen in
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the home because women can't make it to maternity hospitals due to cultural costs and even distance in the first of a three part series on maternity care reports. but there is four months pregnant and wants to give birth in this government run special maternity clinic in sakata state it's new and the only one offering women different options of giving bath including how they would at home but who has six other children half of them delivered at home chose the match right away. i want to give birth on the mat because it's comfortable and it's what i'm used to at home i think the nurses will take better care of me here in the united nations says one hundred forty five nigerian women die every day from birth related complications it's one of the highest rates in the walls this is one of the biggest hospitals and
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women from the state come here to have their babies many of. them because. far away we need to open. and. this woman's baby died a year ago because it to cut too long to get to hospital after she developed complications at home she says ignorance of the artistry of men are the biggest problems in conservative communities like has. some husbands don't allow their wives to go to hospital i'm lucky that my husband allows me some women even think that at the hospital the doctors will injure them here garb and his wife is almost you listen kinley as a traditional path attendant and courage is them to go to hospital ali she also shows them how government supplied tools if for any reason she'll help deliver the baby at home. because i'm educated i understand her issues are important
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i will give one hundred percent support to any initiative that will help my wife and children doctors say the plan is to eventually have maternal health clinics in every village and involve the communities more do. villages and young girls form. is that you have to from the village come over be treated in community we do if we don't go back to the community back at the guy the special clinic but he soon receives her first pre-birth consultation the midwife hopes she comes back to her baby is born some women never do catherine saw al-jazeera nigeria. now says cassini spacecraft has plunged into saturn after a twenty year journey in what the agency calls the ground phenolic it disintegrated in saturn's atmosphere and a plan descent having giving astronomers unprecedented insight into the planet and its moons should have
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a chance to reports. just like it was gone. mission. that. tumbled into saturn's atmosphere no longer able to point it towards earth to send back images in fact at this point cassini was already long gone its fatal would be gone about an hour and a half earlier but such was the distance its final messages were only just reaching mission control and those in mission control knew cassini survived a minute maybe two after its last message before disintegrating eight. one thousand nine hundred seven and began orbiting saturn in june of two thousand and four its original four year mission was repeatedly extended although much of its on board equipment was already antiquated by the time it arrived at its destination the data transmitted was invaluable to astronomers investigating the
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origins of saturn its rings and moons it was on those moons some of cassini's greatest discoveries were made finding a vast ocean of water on and sell of us and to me thing see on titan both moons showing evidence of prebiotic chemical combinations that could support life that was one reason why nasa decided to destroy its beloved spacecraft to prevent it crashing into those moons for fear it could contaminate them with microbes from earth dr amy simon says because these findings also help us understand our own planet has that dance atmosphere it's very primordial it might be like a really early earth before we had oxygen and so these are the sorts of things we'd like to do because we can't stay here on earth we can't go back in time nasa says it knows exactly where cassini ended its mission this is an image put together in fred mapping spectrometer team they did a spectacular job turning around this data set that just came down dr simon is one of those who's overseeing the spectrometer since nine hundred ninety nine it was
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surprisingly more emotional than i expected. you know just personally touched to watch. this family that's been together. so long and some uncertain time for nasa there is hope that government funding for space exploration will continue the trumpet ministration has just picked a climate science denying a politician to run the agency whose goal has long been to end nasa as exploration of the earth and its atmosphere to focus instead on the wider solar system beyond. the old zero space flight center in maryland and don't forget much more news on our web site al-jazeera dot com. before we go let's take another look at the main stories making the news white house national security adviser general masta says the united states is approaching
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the limits of what sanctions and diplomacy can accomplish with north korea his comments come after pyongyang find another missile over japan the second in less than a month the u.n. security council is also meeting for those who have said and it been commenting about the lack of a military option there is a military option now it's not what we would prefer to do so what we have to do is call on all nations call on everyone to do everything we can to address this global problem short of war so that is implementing now these significant sanctions that have just now gone into place and it is convincing everyone to do everything that they can and that it's in their interest to do it. from a set series in may has raised the u.k.'s terror threat from severe to critical it follows an explosion on the district line in southwest london during rush hour which injured twenty nine people. amnesty international is using satellite imagery
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to highlight what it calls an orchestrated campaign to burma hinge of villages. the rights group has detected large fires in state since august twenty fifth when a military crackdown began. the french president has called for the lifting of the saudi led embargo on cats are. common in a presidential statement released after his meeting with shaikh to me. funny in paris. russia iran and turkey have a great a new deescalation zone in syria's northern province the agreement was reached after the six round of talks in the capital and once finalized which is mostly on position would be force. in syria. the parliament of iraq's kurdish region has supported plans to hold an independence referendum later this month the decision took place during the first session since parliament was suspended two
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years ago it comes to opposition from iran iraq and turkey from now up front is coming up next. nuclear weapons threats of annihilation of volatile leaders of the us and north korea on the road to war from special. foreign fury like the world has never seen that was donald trump's promise should
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north korea issue any more threats towards the united states yet this week kim jong un's.


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