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tv   The Longevity Gene  Al Jazeera  September 21, 2017 6:32am-7:01am AST

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well more like the brothers me and. others and me always wish them good luck if you save and restore we can foster and breed peace for sure. still our brothers and they never change and we will never change cutter's got the better of saudi rival recently multisport events winning the gold medal in the team event at the two thousand and fourteen asian games in south korea but also bettered them at last year's olympics but our team believes another are bridles could cause the not that. they have a strong riders and strong horses they have two of their best riders. have really good horses that ever with that jump here there's great anticipation among turkmen ahead of the first showjumping medal event on thursday and for them there's only one winner. so he'll malick al-jazeera ask about
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the ages top eight basketball clubs are taking part in the new international tournament called the super eight in macau four time japanese champion jets face china's lions in their opening game on wednesday but some of the best asian talent on the court the game will be remembered for this in the third quarter cheever's tony gaffney went high for a slam dunk but he came up short shots at the the backboard it took more than forty minutes to replace that glass the break played into the jets hands as they won eighty nine to eighty two. both teams looked a little tired so i figured i'd give everybody a rest. that's a good reason. and that's why you score for now have more feel later. from banks watching out of iraq iran he left home and warney is up next with daryn joins us a with us.
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we all have stories. some that enrich our memories. others define our futures. in a breathtaking new season al-jazeera staff members open their hearts and didn't vitus into that extraordinary life. al-jazeera correspondent coming soon.
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right. outside that western senate tricks fair of influence were able to bring a different perspective to global event. when you peel away the lists of covert military in the financial dog and you see the people in those words and his policies are affecting. the emotional face of the situation they're living in that's when all of us can identify with the story. deep in southern india a secret construction project a small concerns about the country's growing nuclear capacity if you're saying that . you know amid fears of an escalating arms race with its neighbors in order to give the indians make is intended for china what stops indians but when to
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go see a member is the so what lies behind india's nuclear. power investigates at this time on al-jazeera. moments of hope in mexico city as the search for survivors continues after tuesday's earthquake. down. live from doha coming up iran's president tells the un his country what violate its nuclear deal and donald trump's threats as ignorant and hateful. and maria loses strength makes its way across the caribbean but the worst may not be over yet. and a show of strength by supporters of catalan autonomy spain's prime minister calls
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on leaders not to go ahead with independence but. three days of mourning have been declared in mexico where at least two hundred thirty people died after the worst earthquake to hit the country in thirty years rescuers continue to come to the wreckage looking for survivors tuesday's seven point one magnitude quake was centered about one hundred twenty kilometers southeast of mexico city it caused more than forty buildings to collapse including homes offices and schools. well firefighters found the bodies of at least twenty one children four adults at one of the damage schools more than thirty other people there are still missing power rodrigo's reports from mexico city in mexico city a desperate search to save lives continued through the night and into the morning these used to be a school but the magnitude seven point one quake reduced to rubble bodies have been
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recovered the children and teachers are missing thousands of volunteers have taken hundreds and here today in mexico city in various sites where it is prolapse and also in another for us right there was a race yesterday they came with rakes and shovels in which every two hours they could find we're here to say they said they're not going anywhere until they find more people alive the quake struck at lunchtime on tuesday in five thousand to run to safety to tehran to the station captured in the moments afterwards people are say is the wreckage across the capital dozens of buildings have collapsed the extent of the search is now clear homes destroyed apartments and businesses but only damaged two million people without electricity and the nation again in mourning after another major earthquake shook the country a month for lies a down on his marcus warned not to light up because of gas leaks. outside the
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capital many other towns and cities report white spray damage and the epicenter of the quake was a state about one hundred twenty kilometers from the capital in more than a dozen we're going to turn to point that well there are fifty five total deaths reported but we want to cross check our data to see if there are more dead people sixteen of them are from home specifically. some people had taken part in. every of another devastating earthquake haiti two years ago that eighteenth of september will now be a day of remembrance not just for one but for two the sisters and rescuers for you have a number of families mourning the dead we rice. mexico city. helen fisher has more now from one of the schools destroyed in the quake. what is a difficult and delicate operation has become a lot more difficult in the last few hours significant thunderstorms here in mexico
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city the rain is falling very heavily and the temperature has dropped significantly that makes the job of the rescuers who deep inside the day every of the school they can see highlighted over my shoulder all the more difficult now they're trying to get to a twelve year old girl on wednesday so they asked her to acknowledge that we were there they did that then sent in a dog to ensure that she was alive that was confirmed that that is the case and then they started making their way towards her they have now discovered that there are three other children and that general area so what they're trying to do is essentially create a place where they can let some of the wreckage off the twelve year old girl whose name is free to sophia to make sure that she can be free and then they will try and find the other three children and that you know the big problem for the parents who waiting for news of course is that they will be pleased that three more children have been fired but at this stage we don't know whether. the the rescuers really
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have to make their way very slowly through very tight spaces free to sophia. no more than thirty centimeters by thirty centimeters and i can tell you all of mexico is watching this school at the moment even one of the big national t.v. stations which normally shows novellas t.v. dramas they are keeping their eyes on what is happening in the school and hoping for good news in the coming hours this is an area where over the last twenty four hours there have been a significant number of losses a number of children have died in the school there hoping for. a victory a small victory in what has been a very depressing day. now iran has been one of the focal points of the un general assembly on wednesday while the signatories to the nuclear deal met in new york to discuss its progress iran's
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president addressed diplomats at the u.n. has promised there'd be no changes to the deal to curb his country's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief mike hanna is following developments from the u.n. the iranian president arrives to address the general assembly well aware that president trump strident criticism of the iran nuclear deal is rejected by the majority of u.n. members i gather. it would be a great pity if this agreement were to be destroyed by road newcomers to the world of politics the world will have lost a great opportunity by violating its international commitments the new u.s. administration only destroys its own credibility and undermines confidence in negotiating with it or accepting its word of promise. other signatories to the deal have cautioned president trump against unilaterally withdrawing from it said the closest one is needed this is an agreement that the u.s. pushed for i think it's the best possible agreement president considers that this
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is not the perfect agreement but i don't understand what the alternative is that's a position shared by other signatories to the nuclear deal confirmed following a meeting of the joint commission proposal of action which monitors iranian compliance we all agreed on the fact that there is no violation that the nuclear program the nuclear program related aspects which is all the agreement i've been fulfilled. the new agreement is about nuclear nuclear it's fulfill its deployment is that even so there is no need to reopen the agreements because it's fully delivering but the us secretary of state says while iran may be technically compliant it is not fulfilling what he calls the spirit of the deal regrettably since the agreement was confirmed we have seen anything but a more peaceful stable region and this is the real issue and that's why we talk about iran defaulting on these expectations because those expectations clearly have
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not been met since that time iran has continued to prop up the assad regime and its horrible way in which it has brought violence to its own people that they have a get to continue doing gauge a malicious cyber activity they have aggressively developed and tested ballistic missiles in defiance of u.n. security council resolution two two three one thereby threatening the security of the united states and the stability of the root of the region we must work together and confront together those who threaten us with chaos turmoil and terror. discords of our planet today is a small group of rogue regimes that violate every principle on which the united nations is based in equating iran with north korea president trump has raised yet another question he is unable to answer how could north korea except his
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disarmament full recognition in good faith if he pulls out of a commitment made to iran by the u.s. government back in two thousand and fifteen when our president trump appears to be conducting diplomacy along the lines of a reality show teasing the audience with the phrase frequently used in recent days . i've decided he says again i've decided i'll let you know what the decision is mike hanna al-jazeera united nations hurricane maria has been downgraded to a category two storm but not before leaving behind widespread damage it hit puerto rico as a category four storm causing widespread flooding and tidal surges the entire island is now without power and the governor has imposed a curfew and a gallagher reports from the capital san juan. puerto rico's southeast coast was the first to feel the effects of hurricane maria but the entire country is now
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dealing with the aftermath of one of the most powerful storms to ever hit this island with winds of two hundred fifty kilometers per hour puerto rico was pounded for most of wednesday in san juan hurricane force winds ripped off roofs and blew out windows power has now been lost across the entire island puerto rico's ailing electricity grid is still recovering from hurricane irma it could be months before it's restored in puerto rico on the sand one that we knew yesterday is no longer there so we have to reconstruct to rebuild reinvent and we have to be reselling and we have to push on. with our bodies with our hearts and when our so puerto rico has long been spared from a direct hit as hurricanes tend to veer either south or north of the island the last direct hit from a category four hurricane was decades ago the nearby u.s. virgin islands also took a direct hit with many residents leaving before marie arrived. figure out where i was going to stay in puerto rico and i think a lot of people were in the same boat i mean you had everybody leaving from the the
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v.d.i. people leaving from the u.s. we i. but i'm going to be in miami that widespread flooding is now a concern as are mudslides in the islands mountainous regions the governor of puerto rico has now put a curfew in place as a rescue and recovery operation is launched with little communication it's hard to assess the damage but it may be this island's coastal communities and rural communities that took the worst of the damage as hurricane maria leads a path of destruction across puerto rico the recovery of this u.s. territory already dealing with so many challenges could be a long one and gallacher al-jazeera san juan puerto rico well sean sublette is a meteorologist working with climate central in princeton in the u.s. he says there are several factors that influence the strength of hurricanes. there are a couple other things at play you need to have at least a little bit of moisture in the in the middle parts of the atmosphere and the winds throughout the depth of the atmosphere need to be very light so those are also
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playing a key role in howrah kings develop but the real fuel for the storms does start with that ocean water so the warmer the ocean water the more heat you can really put into your storm and that's what ultimately going to generate a more powerful storm we are to have admitted enough greenhouse gas into the atmosphere where warming is going to continue even if we were to suddenly just stop all greenhouse gas emissions immediately and would take a while for the atmosphere to kind of come into equilibrium and stop warming so anything that we can do to to stop putting greenhouse gases in the atmosphere will least slow down any kind of woman that goes on in the atmosphere as well as into the ocean of a lot of that energy is going into more than oceans all the way down to a very deep level there really is a lot going on one of the things we like to point out is that climate change isn't causing a particular hurricane what it can do is make a very bad hurricane even worse or potentially horrifying storm catastrophic
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so it is going to be something that allows hurricanes to become stronger when the rest of the environmental conditions allow for hurricanes to form in the first place but none of the research suggests that all hurricanes will start to become more numerous but it does suggest that the strongest ones that do manage to develop will become a bit stronger. john for short break here now just when we come back be in the house vice president tells the u.n. general assembly the ring the crisis in rakhine state is getting better. and we'll tell you how california's government's trying to stop the construction of a controversial wall along its border with mexico that. hello there more about the hurricane maria in
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a minute but first of all let's just look at how you say oh say still with us meandering off that eastern coast they're throwing a lot of cloud along the eastern parts of canada and the northeastern parts of the u.s. as well and there's fairly dangerous rip currents on this coastline too that system is not going anywhere in a great hurry really sticking around as we head through the day on thursday elsewhere because the one weather system gradually edge its way east with that easing as it does say but another one is forming over the rockies and that's going to bring us some fairly heavy snow during the day on friday for the south of course this is all storm maria has a well defined by indicating that it's a very old.


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