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with news coverage. a five second sound bite and an easy solution. exposed. the contradictions. of the show the frank. from. this time. a new threats aimed at north korea along with a show of force from the united states as the u.n. calls for a political solution to the crisis. this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up i'm going to haul in southeastern
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bangladesh where refugees continue to arrive from just across the water. polls open in germany general election voters are deciding if angela merkel will win a fourth term as chancellor. and how american sport is becoming something of a political football. the insults between north korea and the united states have ramped up as both nations show off their military strength u.s. president donald trump took to twitter again to call north korea's leader the rocket man he's warned kim jong un and his foreign minister that they won't be around much longer if the rhetoric continues the threat came after north korea's foreign minister real host spoke at the u.n. general assembly. he tried to insult the
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supremes of my country by referring it to a rocket by doing so however he committed an irreversible mistake of making our rockets visit the entire us mainland you know of it of all the more none other than trump himself is on a suicide mission. meanwhile the us aslant of its bombers north of the demilitarized zone for the first time in years the un secretary general has met with foreign minister rio has called for a day escalation now kathy novak has the latest from seoul. 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
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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 insults but threats as well saying the u.s. a strike against the u.s. is now inevitable now the north korean foreign minister also said as part of his 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're 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
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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 south korea and japan share a fear of being on the receiving end of any threats from north korea rob the bride has been to a so-called friendship festival in tokyo to gauge the level of a low. this is an annual event meant to celebrate the close cultural ties between south korea and japan in reality it is a relationship that is often troubled diplomatically but according to the governments of the two countries it has never been more important to be working closely together given the shared threat of north korea around the possibility that the standoff could turn into some kind of conflict at people in japan know that given their proximity to the korean peninsula and also that close alliance with the united states it's almost inconceivable that they would be able to stay out of any
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conflict and people here do look with increasing alarm at the kind of personal rhetoric and war of words that's going on between kim jong un of north korea and president trump of the us. as adults we should use peaceful means such as diplomacy to settle this matter. if you continue to provoke each other it's a problem that could escalate into something horrible what concerns people here especially is now tour by north korea setting off some sort of nuclear device over the pacific ocean a presumably being launched on a missile that would have to fly over the top of japan in recent weeks japan has already experienced two missiles being fired over its territory having a missile now carrying a nuclear warhead takes things to a whole new and very dangerous level the head of the un's refugee agency has been meeting will hinge refugees in bangladeshi camps they've told filippo grand day
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about murder rape and violence they say is happening in myanmar rakhine state some are calling for an armed struggle against myanmar forces as they close hawk reports inside this bag is a twelve year old girl she's being carried to the camp by her cousins after crossing the border. such a big me and more soldiers slit her brother's sproat they then came after her her cousins won't say exactly what they did to fetch him since she's been unable to speak eat or drink whatever they did has put her in the state of shock the long song she is responsible for all this she's responsible for the killings for the violence against our people. supported the noble laureate hoping she would bring an end to their persecution instead mob attacks led by buddhist monks and the military against their community have intensified since she came to
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power in two thousand and fifteen despite their return to democracy they can vote go to school or practice their religion freely learning i want my no one this is the just salvation army formally known as keen as secular militant group responsible for the august attacks against the me and my security forces their leader ayatollah continues to call on all men and women to fight what they describe as the brutal regime of young go on and and then to the oppression of ranges. we met one of the group's members in a secret location. it's the first time they accept to talk publicly he says they have no choice but to take up arms in order to stop what they describe as the start of a genocide against their people. if they don't give us all right if they keep killing our people raping all women then yes there will be more attacks to come this is our
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land we will find. more as response to the group's attack is described by the un as textbook ethnic cleansing the group is ill equipped and has few weapons it is no match to me and morris military might but it has the support of many refugees at people stateless and in limbo. who continue to suffer of unspeakable violence and joins us now live from long in bangladesh near the border with nicholas first tell us something about way away and the situation right now. well you know as we speak there are still people coming through the border we're just a few kilometers from the land border with me and we were there yesterday we. mean by security forces and that's the first picture trolling of the area landmines on the ground and they're building up barbed wire fencing. they are still really that
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are crossing the border adding to the four hundred thousand people that have crossed the border here in the matter of weeks people are trying to get as much relief. but a lot of people here are just coming back empty handed they're still in need a dire need for humanitarian help for their injuries here most of them are young women and children and what are we to make of those calls for struggle against military. so the arakan through a hinge in a salvation army was created a few years ago by a man called ultra law he was born in karachi were raised in saudi arabia from ranger origin he came back to this country because he felt that the democrats politically elected leader of me and martin sons which he wasn't doing enough to end the persecution of the people of myanmar you have to remember that there are
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hinges overwhelmingly supported and thanks to cheat when she was under house arrest for the last fifteen years and when she came to power she's been a sudden surge of violence against. with the arrival of democracy there's been an increase of hate speech towards minorities especially targeting the range so they're still not allowed to vote they don't have access to school they don't they don't have access to take on medical facilities and now according to the un they're going through what they describe as a snake cleansing so for many people here the men that have made it across to this side of the border it's time to take up arms because there are no other solutions they see to their plight there's been. a fact finding report through kofi annan and he he said a few months ago that mean more needs to stop the persecution of revenge just accept them as their success as their citizens and in august this armed group decided to launch attacks to remind the world that they are the they are here and
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they're still being persecuted they full steps through these armed attacks that they will raise their plight and that they will manage to somehow. stem out the violence against their people some of these attacks have been successful they've been they've managed to take over some police stations some border guard posting areas just a few weeks ago were under the control of this armed group but now he might be in more military are fighting back and it's. they're clearing operation. hundreds of thousands of people. many thanks indeed nicholas reporting from the bangladeshi side of the bangladesh me and mom blogger. polls open in germany in the general election that's expected to see chancellor angela merkel win a fourth term in office merkel's main challenger martin childes as urged germans to
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boycott the far right anti immigration a.f.d. party he's just voted and a third of the country's voters are still undecided that's fueling uncertainty about what kind of ruling coalition will emerge let's go live now to al jazeera lawrence lee who is reporting on the election for us what are we to make that of the. uncertainty about the kind of coalition that will emerge at the end of this poll even if angela merkel wins her fourth. well i mean i don't think it's going to look tremendously different to what it is now you know the quest the question really is if merkel carries old with with. mentions from the center left then what that would probably mean is that the far right alternative for germany would be the official position they're going to have dozens of m.p.'s anyway but if they were the official opposition then they would actually have
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a biggest say in domestic affairs if merkel decides not to do that it doesn't really need to because a policy is so close to the center left anyway in many ways that you can actually do without them if she went into coalition with other groups that would make the sense left the official opposition. for germany lower down given that she's going to win i'm sure she would have thought about these ramifications already and one of the questions is going to be to what extent she wants to try to bury the dea and try to silence them insofar as she can inside parliament what about the significance of a fourth angle but for germany and for the rest of the world. yeah well i mean for germany you know she's just become pretty much indispensable. she will by the end of a fourth term have been in power as long as helmut kohl who is known as the father of modern germany. she demands respect really for from across the political
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spectrum inside germany it's impossible to think of another. european politician of any stripe who could've taken in a million refugees and survive politically but she has done it even if it's at the cost of the emergence of the heir of the f.t. is a force and there is no other european politician who's got as much longevity or respects anywhere really in europe at all is very important too for the european union if you look at the last twelve months the far right got beaten in austria in the presidential election they didn't break through in the netherlands they lost in france it was on paper looking like a very rocky year for the european union with the emergence of these so-called populist parties on the on the hard rights by they've been seen off by and large and i think merkel's victory will be seen in the e.u. as putting the icing on that cake more broadly than that i think germans look at they they they hate trump mostly in this country they can understand what britain is all about nowadays. in france is very much involved in french domestic politics
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and what they want to see in their own chancellor is someone who can stand on the world stage and take on trump and fight for the maintenance of the iran nuclear deal and and for climate change issues and things like that and if you ask people well it's a big scary world out there who is the only person to do this obviously is only one answer or it's many thanks lawrence lee reporting live from berlin. we're going to weather update next here on al-jazeera then catalonia is campaign for independence from spain the central government in madrid is to take control of the region's police force we'll tell you why and we'll look at why there's mounting anger in mexico in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. by this guy ninety. four off the coast of the italian riviera. how i would say it's
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a very lively storms across central parts of the med it's right in this area of cloud has been pushing over towards sicily producing some massive thunderstorms and as it continues to go on through the next couple of days the area of low pressure further east as well still bringing some rather wet weather into were rumania easing over towards ukraine the stage to step here is a go on through the next day or two seventeen. twenty two celsius there for progress and there you go the showers continue for southern parts of italy further north still looking rather wet here and across the traffic we'll see some rain making its way into the balkans but about in london paris at least as we go on through sunday twenty one twenty two degrees but cloud and rain will make its way across while pushing a little further resources to go through monday's bumping into an area of high pressure so not making too much progress but because of low class to lurking here in the morning mist and folks any possibility in the coming days the weather continues around the age of the attic crisis guys further east in kiev should get up to around twenty two degrees celsius bright and sunny across much of north
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africa but notice this area cloud just easing across tunisia the same one this joining up with the wet weather that we have around sicily warm sunshine in cairo thirty three. the weather sponsored by cattle race. facing the realities of the airspace that they have blocked does not belong to them it belongs to the international community getting to the heart of the matter they can understand how the chinese leadership you can't see that as an enemy of the state or the store on talk to how to see. this time.
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hello again the top stories this hour on houses their attention on the korean peninsula shows no sign of abating carette north korea's foreign minister has delivered at tit for tat response to donald trump's threats of the united nations general assembly u.s. bombers were flown north of the demilitarized zone in a show of force. the head of the un's refugee agency has been missing in bangladeshi camps they've told grandy about the murder rape and violence they say is happening in myanmar as rakhine state and voters go to the polls today in germany's general election chancellor angela merkel is expected to win a fourth term in office but there is uncertainty about what kind of ruling coalition will emerge a third of voters are reported to be undecided. control of the police force has
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been taken away from regional authorities it's the latest move by the spanish government ahead of an independence referendum in a week but drip says the vote is illegal and is deploying thousands of extra officers reports from. these are the two letters fueling a political crisis. is spanish for yes vote for catalonia to break away from spain. so. this is a revolution to achieve a yes vote and it's a revolution to be allowed to vote. catalonia no cordy's already have limited powers to run the region's affairs but of course the referendum on full independence next weekend but the spanish government has ordered police and state prosecutors to block the vote the left wing c u p party is one of many pushing for separation but them rebellion against central government is also
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a fiesta. this is a peaceful revolution we want to change the system but not continue the cycle of violence. has been plenty of campaigning for the yes but the no campaign simply doesn't exist and that's because the central government has declared the referendum illegal and not as men there's been no serious public debate about political pros and cons of independence. at the market in barcelona as working class neighborhood that lack of debate has left some on the. lawn so is originally from the other side of the country in western spain settled in barcelona forty years ago he sells cured ham from his hometown nine hundred kilometers away his blood sample i'm not really clear yes or no neither side is convinced me we're pretty good. i'm just not sure things would be better with independents. a few
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stalls away home grown produce displayed in the cattle and language greengrocer delphine. cattle on them. but he has little tolerance for any politician. we've got today and we haven't got time for all this i know nothing about politics i just hope everything turns out ok. but others express louder opinions every night. to protest what they see as madrid heavy handed tactics a drumbeat. and pounds. barcelona spain. there's a suicide attack on a military convoy in afghanistan's capital kabul the interior ministry says that the attackers targeted danish troops and there are reports of multiple civilian
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injuries we bring you more on that when we get it. syria's foreign minister says that his government is close to a military victory after more than six years of war while he made the remarks during a speech at the un general assembly in new york multiple investigations have found that syrian government forces have targeted civilians and used banned chemical weapons during the conflict but want to deny the allegations and criticize the u.s. led coalition. and will lead to much of the so-called international coalition led by the u.s. which was created three years ago to allegedly fight terrorist groups such as eisel has killed many more innocent syrians mostly women and children than terrorists and has destroyed vital infrastructure that syrians have worked for years to build it has also used phosphorous bombs and other internationally prohibited weapons before the eyes of the whole world. thousands of people have protested in paris against
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changes to france's labor laws president emanuel says the reforms will modernize work practices and create jobs but critics say that he's destroying workers' rights the reports from paris. determined to keep up pressure on the government supporters marched through paris as opposition to president emmanuel macro's new work law continues protesters say the legislation is unfair that it makes it too easy to hire and fire and favors bosses over employees. over the benefits we have fought for and now it's being taken away from us well it's not acceptable. people are working. and the other one i'm not working i would like to work something is wrong and i don't think that they did. make that better. after the march one of the president's fiercest critics and his main political opponent took to the stage the hard left. people to keep fighting for the law to be scrapped.
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these reforms must be returned. battle isn't over it's just begun. people feel very strongly that the new will destroy the rights. stifle competition and kept unemployment higher. balance and some protection with flexibility on friday mcgraw signed a rare executive order forcing streets of contentious reforms to avoid months of parliamentary debate the hope is that the changes will make it easier for people like sam weaver the owner of a bike business says expansions being difficult because of high costs and bureaucracy being an entrepreneur and fronts is tougher than back home in the united states. doing it in france has become an absolute nightmare hiring somebody
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is so expensive if france really wanted to grow the economy in the way i think they could probably good they need to help the small businesses like my own so that we can employ one two three people if we need to. the president has succeeded in passing his reforms and fulfilled an election campaign promise he's pleased his supporters but he still faces a battle on the streets with al-jazeera. six people have been injured in a so-called acid attack in britain it happened near a shopping center in stratford in the east of london a teenager has been arrested the country's home secretary has vowed to crack down on attacks involving corrosive substances after a series of similar incidents this year that in protest in mexico after reports that partly collapsed buildings were bodies could still be buried will be demolished five days after the earthquake their relatives have been demonstrating calling for rescue efforts to continue but i'm sure of confirmed dead is not close
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to three hundred following the seven point one magnitude quake. rescue efforts have resumed following another earthquake that hit mexico on saturday zero jocasta reports 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 their arms with names and blood types as a precaution continue to work without rest you know what. i'm tired but what i'm feeling is nothing compared to what the people trapped inside are feeling it can't be compared rescuers believe perhaps six people are still alive under the debris
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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 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 a brave face others cannot hide their anguish each moment of waiting an eternity heidi joe castro al-jazeera mexico city. president onil trump is being accused of trying to create division in professional sports in the u.s.
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within twelve hours he attacks players from the n.f.l. and the n.b.a. those leagues have been hitting back at least home and reports. for an american president who's already saw a division throughout the country sports became his latest battleground the comments made by donald trump on friday night in alabama continue to echo through the country's two most watch sports leagues when you love to see one of these n.f.l. owners when somebody disrespects our flag this is a get that son of a the field right now out these fires. trump was attacking n.f.l. players who have been kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice then on saturday morning he disinvited n.b.a. star stephan curry to the white house on twitter. commanding and imply everybody has spoken up and so what we're supposed to do supposed to continue this
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conversation and over from o.j. is a white house visit is a tradition for a championship winning sports sides but carries golden state warriors issued a statement saying the instead use their planned visit to washington to quote celebrate equality diversity and inclusion we would in normal times very easily be able to set aside political differences and go visit and have a great time and. be awesome but these are not ordinary times the response of cleveland cavaliers style of bron james to trump on twitter calling him a bum has attracted more than one point two million likes we all know how much sports brings us together how much passion has how much we love and caring you know the friendships and everything every creates and for him to try to use this platform to divide us even more. is not something i could stand for. on saturday oakland athletics catch a breeze maxwell became the first major league baseball player to kneel during the
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national anthem the way i did it was december lies a fact that i'm leaving for college but at the but i'm in no way or form disrespecting my country or my flag. there are seven n.f.l. owners who each tonight had one million dollars to trump's presidential campaign but along with the league and the players' association several clubs issued statements on saturday critical of his comments trump though he saved his third tweet of the day on the issue for the league's commissioner roger goodell of n.f.l. just put out a statement trying to justify the total disrespect to certain players showed country tell. them to stand there are fourteen n.f.l. games this sunday how many of those players choose to neil will now be the focus home an al jazeera. with us avery and fitting in here into how the top stories on al-jazeera the crisis
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on the korean peninsula shows no sign of abating u.s. bombers have flown north of the demilitarized zone in a show of force and north korea's foreign minister has delivered a response to donald trump's threats at the united nations general assembly. he tried to insult the supremes. my country by referring it to a rocket by doing so however he committed an irreversible mistake. making rockets visit the entire u.s. mainland. all the more none other than trump himself on a suicide mission. the head of the un's refugee agency has been meeting refugees in bangladeshi camps they've told grandy about the murder rape and violence they say is happening in. state nicholas has more now from could have been long in
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bangladesh near the border with me and. there are still people coming through the border we're just a few kilometers from the land border with martin we were there yesterday we. mean my security force the first trolling the area and they put my mind on the ground and they're building a barbed wire and. they are still really hinges that are crossing the border adding to the four hundred thousand people that have crossed the border here in a matter of weeks people are trying to get as much relief. but a lot of people here are just coming back empty handed voting in germany. as germany's general election is underway with chancellor angela merkel expected to win a fourth term in office there is however uncertainty about what kind of ruling coalition will emerge a third of voters say they're still undecided and they've been protests in mexico after reports the party collapsed buildings where bodies could still be buried will be demolished five days after the earthquake that the number of dead is now
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confirmed to be close to three hundred. as that more news here on al-jazeera to talk to al-jazeera next. i just want to make sure all of our audience is on the same page where they're online what are u.s. citizens here and what puts people of iraq don't want in the same or if you join us on saturday i will never put a file been looked at differently because i'm darker than all the people this is a dialogue tweet us with hash tag a.j. stream and one of your pitches might make a connection join the global conversation this time on al-jazeera. you could hash tag into a stream and one of your pitches might make a connection join the global conversation this time on al-jazeera. you will. see.

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