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we have to come down the hotheads to understand that we do need courses that we need some context if there are those that wish to be media is i would actively welcome that the media is could be one of the neutral european countries. that's an intriguing possibility there are a number of nations that would fit the bill switzerland or perhaps one of the e.u. countries that's not a member of nato and austria finland mult or sweden. sweden would be well placed its foreign minister margo will storm is a former un and e.u. official it currently sits on the security council and has had an embassy in pyongyang since the one nine hundred seventy s. the general assembly week at the united nations is drawing to a close but the north korean crisis will stay in the spotlight with north korea's foreign minister giving his address on saturday james al-jazeera the united nations . and state or
national says for hench of villages are still being burned in me and more contradicting the government statements that military operations have ended their group says new satellite images and video shows smoke rising from the hands of villages around four hundred thirty thousand refugees have fled since the latest outbreak of violence began less than a month ago the details were released as doctors without borders told al jazeera that otherwise healthy adults in camps are on the brink of death because of dehydration. more from the million mark bangladesh border. on a rare day without rain makeshift tents pulling into the muddied slopes and thousands of ranger refugees go about the business of surviving. there is more food available now. and water pumped up from the ground in nearly dug wells bamboo sales a booming along with the black plastic sheeting that does little more than draw the
soaring heat. but there is a urgency still because of the spread of disease and brand. new mobile clinic in this camp is inundated. almost every woman carries a child this one with chest problems this one with diarrhea. what are the things that you are most worried about. doing. there. yes indeed. but then. at the front of the queue a young mother khaled a beggar ms her name breaks down with relief medicines are dispensed to treat her daughter's fever and stomach complaint and almost as an afterthought she explains the cheese eight months pregnant. agrees to let us see where she lives
a mother of two with a third on the way her father killed in the escape from me and now barefoot in the filth of a refugee camp. i'm too scared to go back to me in ma now only if there is the issuance that the government will not punish us then we'll think about going back otherwise i'll stay and earn a living in bangladesh i ask if she's afraid to give birth in a place like this of course i'm afraid she says but there's nothing i can do every day and more people arrive in these camps and every day the camps get more and more organized and every day they say across the border in myanmar smoke billows into the air bangladesh doesn't want these people to stay on its side of the border and it's hard to believe me and will want them back the stateless route have become the world's problem now jonah how al-jazeera bangladesh. so at on al jazeera counting
is underway in new zealand's vote where the liberal opposition leader is in a close race with the conservative prime minister. by the springtime flowers of a mountain leak. to the first snowfall on a winter's day. welcome back and i look at the weather across europe central areas we dominated by this area of low pressure into quite vicious storms coming from this system now across the far north area of high pressure that's going to try and push in across a good part of europe in the coming days holding these fronts the west. so we have this turns out we've got to dry weather in the stylish itself across some more northern areas still some storms across australia down into the czech republic southern areas of europe looking dry and fine and then across western areas well those fronts a stalling across ireland and western parts of the u.k.
generally ahead of it we've got that warm flows the temperatures not too bad for london there twenty one paris twenty two on the other side of the mediterranean sea we've got an area of cloud and showers moving across parts of morocco and algeria so there could be a few showers here so could pick up a few on sunday some patchy cloud as well on the coast of libya but that should tend to clear and that is the central parts of africa some big storm close still sharp across south sudan the center for public and towards cameroon and also across west africa also some showers quite a long way north and those are expected to continue highs authority in bamako southern portions africa dry and fine highs of eighteen in capetown. the weather sponsored by. a great. blanket coverage follows experts and politicians often. sound bites and
stable leadership trying to play the media and shape the message. of simplistic narratives the listening post critiques the mainstream response today in. this administration exposing the influences that drive the headlines at this time on al-jazeera. watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories this hour iranian state media have released footage of what they say is the successful test launch of a new ballistic missile across shara was launched just a few hours after it was unveiled at a military parade in tehran. china's imposing limits on oil exports to north korea
in line with the latest round of u.n. security council sanctions also banning imports of textiles one of young aims last a major source of foreign revenue and amnesty international says the henge of villages are still being current in me and mark contradicting the government statements that military operations have and the group says new satellite images and video shows smoke rising from or henschel villages. prime minister bill english as national party has the early lead in what's expected to be a tight election in new zealand polls close more than an hour ago and almost twenty percent of the votes have been counted english faces a strong challenge from just send ardern who took over the labor party leadership this week south from the election neither of the main parties are expected to win a majority so a coalition government that is what's likely t.v. reporter chris chang has more from auckland. well the polls have closed this evening in new zealand and it is neck and neck between national and labor as it has
been for the past six weeks in fact labor were flying in the polls on august first when just took over from andrew little and she has turned around their fortunes she has been in a fight with national and bill english since then the bowls have been volatile moving up and down over the weeks at last count national national we're at forty six percent labor thirty seven in the polls but they will be neck and neck right up into the until the final votes for just under a day and it's really a case of trying to carry on that momentum that just cinder affix or just in the money as they've called it hoping that that will be enough to get her over the line and potentially form a coalition government after tonight it's the final day of campaigning and germany ahead of general elections on sunday the polls suggest chance long gone marco has a wide lead over other candidates or her main rival martin shells of the social democratic party appears to have lost support in the last analysts don't believe he has any chance of pulling an upset. in mexico refusing to give up hope of
finding survivors three days after an earthquake killed at least two hundred eighty six people these are pictures live pictures of the rescue efforts underway in the capital mexico city but operation has been extended and foreign crews are helping to sift through the rubble alan fisher is on the ground and has the latest update. is a fresh each minute feel so much longer term lease of the missing can do little good impre. clues to the office block in the condesa neighborhood of mexico city which collapsed in choose the squeak but there may be species of people survive. is that . there's a lot of misinformation very upset the authorities to do something and fast because a long time has passed and even if they are alive each day the. it goes by the chances get slim our. psychologist owen hunt to help the families. they
don't even want to talk it's like at this point they just want to be left alone which is normally the more time passes the less hope they have. mexican rescue workers have toiled through the wreckage for days refusing to give up even when exhaustion makes that the easy option but no american and japanese teams have arrived with fresh muscles. and better technology what we do we bring in highly skilled and searchers and rescuers we bring in. technical equipment and we bring in a lot of it i mean where the could sort of type one heavy team which means we can breach break saw concrete we have search dogs we have search cameras we have a variety of instruments that allow us to do highly technical skilled searching it's no more than seventy two hours which struck in not to the fourth time scale because stories of rescue become much greater we tend to become stories of recovery but the people here looking at the building behind me on the what is going on there
. that somehow this time it may be different. from mexico may have ended its official three days of mourning for the victims of the quake many families still have their own personal tragedies to remember and more they find themselves facing that heartbreak in peace to come alan fischer mexico city are the seventy thousand people in puerto rico have been ordered to leave their homes over fears of a dam collapsing in the wake of hurricane maria heavy rain brought in by maria put stress on the taca dam with the u.s. national weather service warning of it's a minute failure a flash flood emergency has been issued for nearby areas are being warned of a life threatening situation if they do not move to higher ground at least six people were killed when the hurricane hit the island on wednesday. plans to repeal health care laws brought in by the obama administration in the u.s. have been dealt another blow senator john mccain declared his office on friday to
the republican party's latest proposal it says the bill is being rushed and is demanding more details on what are the costs and how it would affect insurance premiums president was defiant at a rally in alabama saying the bill will pass without mccain support they gave me a list of ten people that were absolute knows these are ten republican senators john mccain john mccain's list. john mccain was not on the list so that was a totally unexpected thing terrible honestly terrible repeal and replace because john mccain if you look at his campaign his last campaign was all about repeal and replace repeal and replace so he decided to do something different and that's fine and i say we still have a chance to show we're going to do it eventually the president has suggested that
american football players who neil during the national anthem should be fired he said that the gesture has been used as a silent protest by n.f.l. players against racial injustice holeman has the story. would you love to see one of these n.f.l. owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a the field right now oh he's starting. to hurt. us president donald trump was at an alabama rally on friday to support republican senator luther strange but the platform was used to take an exceptional stance against and it felt players who neil during the national anthem to protest racial injustice in the united states because that's a total disrespect of our heritage that's a total disrespect of everything that we stand for some owners going to do that. he's going to say that guy that this respects our flag he's fired. that
oh no they don't know or they don't know if they're friends of mine many of them they don't know they'll be the most popular person for a week. cullen cappa nick first started the gesture in twenty six days but the quarterback hasn't been signed by an n.f.l. team and leaving the san francisco forty nine ers in march still other league players have continued to follow his lead and trump had a message for fans if you see it even if it's one player leave the stadium i guarantee things will stop things will stop just pick up and leave us bored remains deeply in time gold in national political issues the white house had suggested earlier this month that e.s.p.n. has jamelle hill should be fired after the sports broadcaster cold donald trump a white supremacist on twitter i think that's one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make and certainly something that i think is right for robo
offense about us. tramples so often a different theory on why n.f.l. ratings it down saying that too many people will watch ing him instead but also the big kids a to have a late panelized today if you hit too hard right they hit you are fifteen yards throw him out of the game they're ruining the game. the n.f.l. has repeatedly tried to distance itself from politics it's unlikely that even these inflammatory comments from trump will prompt an official response release homan al jazeera. i'm richelle carey let's recap the headlines now on al-jazeera iranian state media has released footage of what it says is the successful test launch of a new ballistic missile across shara was launched just a few hours after it was unveiled in a military parade in tehran the device has
a range of two thousand kilometers and can carry multiple warheads it follows threats by u.s. president donald trump that washington may withdraw from the two thousand and fifteen iran nuclear deal china is imposing limits on oil exports to north korea and line with the latest round of un security council sanctions it's also banning imports of textiles one of pyongyang's last major source of foreign revenue amnesty international says were henge of villages are still being burned in me and mark contradicting the government's claims the military operations have ended the group says new satellite images and video shows smoke rising from her hundred villages around four hundred thirty thousand refugees have fled since the latest outbreak of violence began less than a month ago the details were released as doctors without borders told al jazeera that otherwise healthy adults in camps are on the brink of death due to dehydration . prime minister bill english as national party has the early lead in what's expected to be
a tight new zealand election race oh polls close more than an hour ago and almost twenty percent of the votes have been counted english faces a strong challenge from thirty seven religious center ardan who took over the labor party leadership just weeks out from the election. it's the final day of campaigning in germany ahead of the general elections on sunday the poll suggests chance longer merkel has a widely over other candidates her main rival martin shells of the social democrat party a loss to appears others who have lost support in the last month analysts don't believe he has even an outside chance of pulling an upset more than seventy thousand people in puerto rico have been ordered to leave their homes or a few years of a dam collapsing in the wake of hurricane maria heavy rain brought in by maria put stress on the one who talk a dam with the u.s. national weather service warning of its imminent failure at least six people were killed when that hurricane hit the island on wednesday those are the headlines news continues in al-jazeera after the listening post thanks for your time keeper.
and for you. hillary clinton in her own words on feel like you've done a horse but i was also refusing to accept the blame for being on the wrong and the biggest political upset that hillary kind of account was having ellerey clinton in her own words on the field let his stunning horn is also refusing to accept blame for being on the wrong and the biggest political upset that hillary account was nothing but major media failures i don't think rest of your great respect to come out of it like a retard got to get hillary i have. to lower much of his burden you're at the
listening post here are some of the media stories we're tracking this week is it too soon for some modern historical revisionism hillary clinton and her take on the coverage of her failed campaign for north korea the rhetoric has gone nuclear how are the media in the us and both previous handling it another thirty journalists in turkey are in court over the failed coup that led to the reshaping of the media landscape there and on twitter wants to know how did the line for the president make him the toast of hollywood. if what they say is true and journalism really is the first rough draft of history then the second draft often comes in the form of a book written by one of the principals such as hillary clinton's take on what happened that's the title of her new book published last week and it's a statement not a question clinton does start out by accepting responsibility for her failure to win the white house before moving on and sharing the blame that's where the us news
media come in clinton's primary grievance with the coverage was the. sation on one story the journey her time as u.s. secretary of state she used her family's private e-mail server for official communications she says that that story overshadowed any substantive reporting of her policies and that that helped put donald trump in the oval office but is that really what happened or was hillary clinton killed by the same media ecosystem that helped make her what she is or was our starting point this week is new york city. when playing the blame game hillary clinton starts with herself she says she was the candidate she made the decisions and takes responsibility for what happened but not sole responsibility the f.b.i. director said. environment the same way the right. are still messing
with arkansas that i don't think the press did their job in this election on the media there is data suggesting that more than a year before election day the dye had already been cast the coverage was taken from gallup the polling organization asked americans what topics they associated with hillary clinton compared to how they saw dong truck the resulting word cloud paints a picture us news consumers primarily associated clinton with her e-mails the private server saga not her policies the trump cloud was dominated by his immigration policy with any personal issues limited to the fine print i think there's.