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now reaching their destination if we don't hurry will never be able to get the top of the story we follow the mongolian herdsmen on a treacherous migration. dangerous the ice is a thing as they strive to preserve their traditional way of life with your sometimes loser cattle there with the cold war because of the storm risking it all mongolia at this time on al-jazeera. the war of words continues donald trump takes another gig at kim jong un a day after north korea threatened to target the u.s. mainland. a lot has of sake of this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. i'm going to hole in southeastern bangladesh where refugees continue to arrive hourly from me
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and just across the water. doesn't still missing in mexico rescuers looking for survivors after tuesday's earthquake. and germany heads to the polls on sunday to elect a new government angle merkel's party widely expected to win the vote. and other back and forth between the u.s. and north korean leaders has taken another turn in the past few minutes the u.s. president tweeted a response to the north korean foreign minister speech at the united nations donald trump again refer to north korea's leader kim jong un as the little rocket man and warned if the angry rhetoric continues he and his foreign minister quote won't be around much longer a trans tweet came after north korea's foreign minister told the general assembly the insults towards kim jong un make a north korean rocket launch towards the u.s.
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mainland in his words inevitable diplomatic editor james bays reports from the united nations the democratic people's republic of korea this was the podium where four days earlier president trump threatened to totally destroy north korea now it was time for the country's top diplomat to give his blistering reply. due to his lack of basic common knowledge and proper sentiment he tried to insult the supreme dignity of my country by referring to it as a rocket by doing so however he committed an irreversible mistake of making our rockets visit to the entire us mainland inevitable all the more none other than trump himself is on a suicide mission this clearly rankled the north koreans rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself the foreign minister kamal quipped with nicknames of his own. you will. only learn the person who is just even by
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american says commander in grief lion king president evil is holding the seat of the us presidency and the dangerous reality that the gambler who grew old using threats frauds and all other schemes to acquire a patch of land holds the nuclear button these are what constitute the greatest threat to international peace and security today. north korea has proved once again it won't back down in five days of diplomacy in new york this crisis has got worse not better diplomats feel the situation is dangerous the insults being hurled may sound like schoolyard language but the u.s. has carried out a show of force with jets and bombers flying close to north korea's eastern coast and there's talk of north korea carrying out an atmospheric nuclear test that's a dangerous proposition which will be conducted in the pacific ocean unlike the
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previous six nuclear tests which were contained on the ground the u.n. secretary general antonio good terrorists who had a rare meeting with the north korean foreign minister after his speech has warned there's now a real risk of miscalculation leading to conflict james phase out of the united nations a cafe novak is following the story from the south korean capital so. insults against the north korean leader kim jong un are taken very seriously by the government there if people within north korea were to dare to insult kim jong un that would be an offense punishable by death so what we have seen in response to the u.s. president donald trump's remarks at the united nations is a strong reply from kim jong un himself and now from the north korean foreign minister alert hurling insults back in the direction of donald trump and not only insult but threats as well saying us again. a strike against the u.s. is now inevitable now the north korean foreign minister also said as part of his
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speech that north korea is nearing the final stage of completing its nuclear force he had suggested that one of the options north korea might take would be to detonate a hydrogen bomb in the pacific so now that we have had the ramping up of rhetoric the concern is what happens next the united states has launched a show of force flying bombers off the east coast of north korea we are expecting the unveiling of strategic weapons here in south korea as this country marks its armed forces day and the south korean government has been warning for weeks that it does expect another missile launch or perhaps another nuclear test from north korea particularly around important dates there there's one of those coming up next month when north korea marks the anniversary of the founding of its work as workers party on october the tenth.
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or the head of the un's refugee agency has been meeting in bangladeshi camps they told filippo grandia about the alleged murder rape and violence happening in the animal's right hind state our correspondent john howard has been hearing similar accounts from people in tech now in southeastern bangladesh. the new arrivals well over four hundred muslim or hindu have fled ethnic cleansing in me and in just the past month and that number is rising daily. like i don't have any expectations of bangladesh i just came here to save my life. and i've seen a beggar mix planes through her tears that her husband and brother were killed when the military laid waste to her village. this is one of several entry points into bangladesh a busy water taxi route from sharply island to the mainland many rangers have
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crossed the nafs river from me in march two sharp and into bangladesh this way. gathered on the water's edge the members of a large family who fled their homes two days ago during what the me and my military calls clearance operations. we were totally blockaded in our village they wouldn't allow us out and we began to run out of food. to beg them explains what happened next. the army surrounded our village and set it alight our husbands and sons were slaughtered we ran away to save our lives we can take anything with us except what we were wearing. and then she adds some brutal detail. if they found a woman they'd rape her and then throw her away so she couldn't be found they did this in village after village at this point two things become clear the first is
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that the exodus of britain from the wild down from its peak is still going on the second is that the number of people who've lost their lives inside me and mark may be extremely high so many of the people arriving now are young mothers with children there aren't nearly enough husbands brothers or fathers and despite statements to the contrary by the government of and sung suchi the violence across the water goes on jonah how al-jazeera bangladesh. nicholas hawk is includes up along in bangladesh for us that's these exalted with the m. also nicholas what's the feeling among bangladeshis there about the number of refugees arriving across the border. well has been i'm and it's one of the relief points where ranger refugees have been queuing up since dawn nick to try to get one bag of rice and there's top dozens of them here there are dozens of
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relief points like this in the area that we are and there are much more further closer to the border right or the round the corner from here are bangladeshi villages and they're sussed for from malnutrition they live on less than two dollars a day they have their own set of problems and so you know refugees ready to refugees have been coming to bangladesh for decades leaving persecution and so there's always been an uneasy tension between bangladeshis who rely on their government for help and rahane jazz who gets the help from international aid agencies and as more and more people come into this country this is going to be the biggest challenge for the governments of bangladesh to ensure that this this this process of of helping the rain just goes smoothly of course for the bangladeshis this is a temporary solution it can't be a long term plan to have so many rangers living here we're talking about more than
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four hundred thousand there are more people here than there are people living in the city of atlanta or liverpool on the on the medium term the bangladeshi says if they continue to stay here then they will displace them on a remote island not too far from here and it's controversial because that island is prone to flooding and cycling awesome and what about the refugees themselves how they feeling. well you know a lot of the people that are here are the lucky ones that want to have survived and as joe mentioned in his in this story there are so many more and we don't know how many who have died in mean mar in the right kind state and although initially the government say that the clearing operation is over there are still people leaving their homeland and so they feel a sense of anger anger towards anger sang suu kyi someone that ranges have been supported when she was in house arrest for the last fifteen years and when she she
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she ran in the election in two thousand and fifteen all the ranges are not allowed to vote the overwhelmingly supported her but in the past two years since she's come to power there's been an increase of mob violence led by extremist buddhist monks and the military on the range of people so a lot of people here are traumatized but what has happened but are angry at their leadership in yangon on their unwillingness to mention their their their name their revenge as she has never mentioned their name by hand and their unwillingness to recognize their persecution and their suffering. and to follow thanks. now another earthquake has sent people in mexico running back into the streets six point two magnitude quake shook southern mexico on saturday but no new damage was reported in the capital the off the shelf is a setback for rescue efforts off to choose days quake that killed at least three
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hundred people heidi castro reform. we're now past the one hundred hour. taking trying to reach people who were possibly still trapped alive in the six story on the still thing that one story behind it is now. and just like a moment to despite the reality that each minute these are less likely like survivors. people here are riding on it. before dawn the sight of an ambulance gave hope that another survivor had been pulled out of this collapsed office building in mexico city but that was not so the patient was a rescuer who suffered a leg injury then surely before eight a.m. local time a six point two magnitude aftershock sent everyone running from the teetering rubble the new quake centered about seven hundred kilometers away halted the rescue operations for about half an hour each minute his counts and volunteers marking
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their arms with names and blood types as a precaution continue to work without rest you know one of their. own asli i'm tired but what i'm feeling is nothing compared to what the people trapped inside are feeling it can't be compared to rescuers believe perhaps six people are still alive under the debris a crane removed a significant portion of the fourth floor once an accounting firm underneath a list of more than forty names of those who are still missing their family members have set up a makeshift camp the family's sleeping here now for more than four nights living off the generosity of strangers has been bringing food and words of comfort they're clinging to hope even as the hours pass is the most it was just. the idea that my niece is still alive gives us strength not just her but all the people inside the building was sure she and everyone else will be rescued alive while some families put on
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a brave face others cannot hide their anguish each moment of waiting an eternity. i spoke with a rescuer from israel who said that his team thinks it's still going to be many hours before finally making physical contact with these possible survivors but he says he has said that since hour one and now stretching on past hour one hundred nothing has shaken his belief that there are still signs of life underneath the pile of rubble and that is what's motivating everyone here the rescuers the families and the community members to continue their vigil we're going to take a great guy when we come back on the edges in a puerto rico assessing the damage from hurricane maria and the cost to clean it up . and on alert thousands evacuated on the results are out and the bali is rumbling spawn fears of a volcano eruption. through
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tranquil the rave you can use. and in on can free mountains and if in the ship go into the. welcome back it remains pretty hot to cross parts of iraq iran and through into kuwait with temperatures the wrong side of forty degrees otherwise across this region it's all fairly quiet there are parts of the two showers across the caucuses back of their own us about and should be dry with temperatures there in the mid twenty's as we head on through into monday not a great deal of change temperature wise fine conditions around the eastern side of the mediterranean with my son temperature of twenty eight degrees expected in beirut in lebanon here in the arabian peninsula temperatures are stuck at thirty nine degrees each day in doha and for abu dhabi and humidity remains very high but on the other side of the peninsula temperatures a little bit higher into the low forty's and the humidity is much much lower so let's move on towards africa now where in southern areas weather conditions are looking largely dry and fine at least initially those who move from sunday through
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into monday's little convergence area developing across south africa in the sotto which could well give some heavy showers cape town could pick up some showers too and high sea of just fourteen but general cross the region is looking draw and find plenty sunshine mozambique through zimbabwe and zambia into central parts of africa heavy showers for south sudan through central for republic and towards cameroon and towards parts of west africa we're also seeing some heavy showers. the weather sponsored by cats on race. in the house era when news coverage consists of a punchy headline a five second sound bite and an easy solution. to delve deeper for home says challenge the status quo expose double standards and debate the contradictions join me. for a new season of the show the frank. from. this time well just hearing.
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and again you're watching al-jazeera minder of our top stories this hour north korea's foreign minister has launched a scathing attack on donald trump at the u.n. general assembly calling him the biggest threat to world peace on the same day u.s. long range bombers flew along north korea's coastline in a show of force. the head of the un's refugee agency has been meeting in bangladeshi camps they told philippe grande they alleged murder rape and violence happening in myanmar as well fine state. another earthquake has sent people in mexico running back into the streets
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a six point two magnitude quake shook southern mexico on saturday but no new damage was reported in the capital be off the shock is a setback for rescue efforts off to choose days of quake that killed at least three hundred people. now german voters will go to the polls on sunday for a general election that is expected to reaffirm chancellor angela merkel's leadership but polls show. a third of voters are still undecided and that's feeling uncertainty about what kind of ruling coalition could emerge from the vote merkel's main challenger martin short has urged germans to boycott the far right a.f.b. party kane's been following the final day of campaigning in berlin. with voting now imminent the politicians make the final push for votes for angela merkel there was a chance to meet her party's younger activists and thank them for their work but also to spell out why she wants to remain chancellor for the next four years. you
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know. we think of the future which is especially important in the eyes of young people and it's important that we also address the issue of social justice but it's equally important to talk about how we can work to achieve our prosperity i think we have found a good balance and then it was on to her home state where the photo opportunity was with a medical team teaching resuscitation techniques but if anything needs reviving it's her rivals campaign the social democrat candidate martin schultz has crisscrossed the country these past weeks but from the start polls have suggested he and his party are less popular than merkel in hers his last election rally was in his home state where his message was about the need for greater social justice. we don't want to focus on the bad side of this country we'll make germany better we make it more just that's the difference between them and us the final opinion polls
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might make green reading for his party the social democrats face the prospect of one of their worst ever results while the christian democrats have a commanding lead the closest race seems to be for third place which in germany's proportional electoral system can be a pivotal position for building coalitions if the polls are right more than one in ten german voters may opt for the far right alternate. for germany although no other party will work with this party its lead candidate is taking nothing for granted but says new of your photo you can. only represent a different view and questions of principle and so there will finally be a lively exchange in parliament again that's a reason for the parliament to be the resoundingly board of society and that's why we want to get in there. after six weeks of campaigning there's nothing more the politicians can do to shape this election now the decision rests with more than
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sixty million voters who they want to represent them in this parliament dominic al-jazeera girl and. the new zealand's general election has ended in a stalemate with the ruling national party taking the most votes but not enough to form a government outright prime minister bill english his party claimed forty six percent of the vote while the labor party and you come in just cinder ardan fell short on thirty six parliament now leaves n.z. and first leader winston peters with the balance of power he'll decide whether national or labor and the greens will form a coalition government. well the spanish government has placed catalan police under its come on in another bid to try to block next week's independence referendum cattle and leaders are calling it an unacceptable interference by madrid john hendren has more. a standoff in catalonia just got more tense and potentially far more volatile the interior minister of spain's catalan
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province says local police will not take orders from spain that wants him he denounced the government's intention to take control of the captain and police the catalan government does not accept the intervention of the state he says that was the message he and catalans police chief delivered to the spanish interior minister in a meeting on saturday what we see here is not a technical. see is a political maneuver the spanish government is trying to take control of because of the police because the spanish government has vowed to its voters that the referendum the funding for the will not take place catalonia leaders insist they will carry out an october first referendum asking voters whether to separate from spain spanish president marianna calls that vote illegal and says he will stop it. the most sensible the most reasonable and the most democratic thing to do is to stop they should say there is no referendum they know there isn't going to be one.
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spain has arrested and released senior catalan government employees instead in three to four thousand national police and civil defense forces to stop the vote spain can no longer count on the seventeen thousand regional bullies known as marceau's and that sets up a potential conflict between two armed forces with very different goals for the national police charged with shutting down the referendum and the lawsuit to see their duty as protecting the rights of catalans making matters worse the spanish troops are housed in four ships off the coast of catalonia and boycotting local port workers refused to dock the ships as spanish delegate in catalonia says spain is not trying to control the most of those just to coordinate with them but i don't know if what we have is a not a substitute in of the roles of the police they keep their role as far as population security goes however they will be helped by the civil guard and
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national police and they will be coordinated by the interior ministry the muscles have long been criticized for not cracking down on the referendum now it's not at all clear whose side they will be on john hendren al jazeera barcelona. serious claims his government is close to a military victory in the country. united nations address in new york syrian government forces have been accused of atrocities targeting civilians and using chemical weapons has denied the claims. that the so-called international coalition led by the us which was created three years ago to allegedly fight terrorist groups such as myself has killed many more innocent syrians mostly women and children and the terrorists and has destroyed vital infrastructure that syrians have worked for years to build it is also used phosphorous bombs and other internationally prohibited weapons before the eyes of
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the whole world. has more from the united nations. the syrian foreign minister walid muallem was defiant in his address before the un general assembly on saturday not only didn't argue that syria is about to win the six year long civil war against the military and political opposition he also argued that syria is about to win the war for its reputation on the international stage especially in the face of challenges raised by countries such as the united states and syria has fully eliminated its chemical program this is enough proof that there is an ill conceived intention to tarnish the real image of the syrian government in the international public eye and come up with new excuses to continue the aggression against syria in favor of terrorists and their supporters this was the case when the united states blatantly attacked the shit out airbase claiming that it contained chemical weapons used in the alleged han shaikh huna time and sure. of
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course numerous investigations including those from the un the us and the u.k. have found that syria may well have committed crimes against humanity and commit war crimes against its own people including using sarin gas against people living in cars shake own earlier in twenty seventeen. services in puerto rico grappling with the scale of the devastation left by hurricane maria the storm hit the u.s. territory on wednesday morning widespread flooding and strong winds towns are still without running water fuel power and phone service his career is now a category three storm making its way toward the bahamas and the storm cut a path of destruction through the caribbean gabriel elizondo has more from one of the islands which was hit. we're here on the island nation of st lucia and it's a staging place for aid operations in to domenica the island of domenico is
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completely destroyed the situation is very bad there nearly a week after hurricane maria hit that island nation it remains essential he cut off from the outside world in many ways we've heard reports that u.s. military helicopters are flying over the island and literally plucking people to safety to get them evacuated some of the ferries are now just starting to run from dominique back here to st lucia and other areas again bringing people for the first time off the island and in to some safety now to many cars prime minister roosevelt skerritt spoke to the united nations on saturday and he described the situation is in his country like this. all building roofless all water pipes must on root infrastructure destroyed
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oh hospital is riddled. and schools have disappeared beneath the rubble skerritt was also very clear on what he says is the underlying issue that caused the hurricanes that have destroyed his country. i was dominant the brunt of climate change i repeat we have shown were in the consequences of the actions of autos. actions that indian joe oh a very existence the situation on dominic is beyond desperate the island nation is home to about seventy one thousand people but many don't many kids live upright in other countries and they've been trying to reach out to see what's happening with their relatives if they're ok if their houses are destroyed and also even if they're still alive. i'm on the fourteen thousand people on the result on the bali have been told to move that's off the seismologists warned amount could have
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dropped for the first time in fifty years paul cheddar john reports. thousands of people on bali are now in emergency shelters the ball needs emergency office told eighty thousand residents and tourists in close proximity to want to evacuate their homes and camps and even i'm really worried because we feel the trim isn't getting stronger and continuous over the last few days. seismologists have been recording what they call a tremendous increase in seismic activity near mt goon indonesia sits on the ring of fire which is an arc of volcanoes and fault lines and circling the pacific basin the last time to three thousand meter tall mountain erupted it killed more than a thousand people and injured hundreds more it's feud ashes highest twenty kilometers reaching the capital jakarta about a thousand kilometers away lava from the last eruption flowed nearly eight kilometers residents and tourists who are outside the nine kilometer radius of the
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crater and at least twelve kilometers from where lava could flow have been told they are not in danger no way that is what is on facebook and there were a why why no one's going commenting on a bill saying anything different and wait till fall it's like here decides not to have in-situ return home but just to be aware of lights at bally's international airport are operating as normal and tour companies say they have seen no disruption across the rest of the island over the past few days a series of earthquakes along the ring of fire have hit mexico japan fun to watch too and new zealand culture durgin on al-jazeera. this is going to round up of the headlines north korea's foreign minister has launched a scathing attack on u.s. president donald trump at the u.n. general assembly really on hold called in the biggest threat to world peace after
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trying call kim jong un a rocket man at the u.n. general assembly trump's responded on twitter now warning that if the angry rhetoric continues kim and his foreign minister quote won't be around much longer. the head of the un's refugee agency has been meeting with bangladeshi camps they told filippo ground there about the alleged murder rape and violence happening in myanmar's behind state if you g.'s made similar claims to zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero if they are bloody little nobles that the army surrounded our village and set it alight our husbands and sons were slaughtered we ran away to save our lives we can take anything with us except what we were wearing if they found a woman they'd rape her and then throw her away so she couldn't be found they did this in village after village another earthquake has sent people in mexico running back into the streets a six point two magnitude quake shook southern mexico on saturday but no new damage was reported in the capital the aftershock is
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a setback for rescue efforts after tuesday's quake that killed at least three hundred people. the emergency services in puerto rico are grappling with the scale of the devastation left by hurricane maria the storm hit the u.s. territory on wednesday when widespread flooding and strong winds towns are still without running water fuel power or phone services german voters will go to the polls on sunday for an election widely expected to reaffirm chancellor angela merkel's leadership but a third of the vote is a still undecided and that's fueling uncertainty about what kind of ruling coalition will emerge from the vote. the spanish central government has placed cattle land police under its command in another bid to try to block next weekend's independence referendum catalan leaders have opposed the move calling it an unacceptable interference by madrid spain is sending an extra three to four thousand police officers to catalonia those are the headlines we're back in half an
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