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and the health coach. china's communist party is holding its annual congress what will it mean for the country and its people. on al-jazeera. in the hash tag era when news coverage of looking for an easy solution we delved deeper from on says and challenge the status quo is join me many of them for a new season of love for him at this time of his era. and a few hours international flights to iraq's kurdish region is set to stop as baghdad pushes back against this week's secession referendum.
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fully back to bill this is al jazeera live from doha ahead catalans repair the old secession those but not everyone in the region is happy about it. plus the world's atomic watchdog voices alarm at the fast pace of north korea's nuclear weapons program and. i appeal to the leaders of myanmar including military leaders to condemn incitement to racial incident violence and that the u.n. declares the will hinge a crisis the world's fastest developing refugee emergency with more than half a million fleeing tobacco that. the kurdish leadership in northern iraq is preparing for international flights to seize landing in the region baghdad has ordered foreign airlines to stop flying into the kurdish regions airports from fifteen. hundred g.m.t.
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that's in four hours time this follows monday's vote on to session which passed overwhelmingly domestic fries will still be permitted to fry interurban and cinema nia the move is part of an effort by baghdad to make the kurdish regional government can solve the result of the referendum iraq's central government is also demanding control of oil revenue and border crossings it says the vote was unconstitutional live to al-jazeera hoda abdel-hamid who's sacked erbil international airport for us how to tell us about what's been happening there and how worried are people about the suspension of. a certain degree of worry were we have been witnessing throughout the day is people leaving specially those of the kurdish jasper allowed to come here either on holiday or to take part in this referendum and say you know they had to cut short their time in the kurdish region visiting their families simply because they didn't know what was going to happen next and they didn't feel comfortable as. to go to fly to either
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fly to baghdad or to go by road to baghdad because the roads are still open there now we've also seen over the past few hours or so a good number of foreigners leaving some of them saying they were scheduled to leave and some of them say that their companies told them to leave earlier than scheduled now the old two more flights left one to. istanbul and one chooses and after that we do the billboard any more international flights there is one flight to baghdad today at this at this stage it's not clear to us whether it will fly or know what is the kurdish regional government going to do harder to respond to these restrictive measures not just from the baghdad government but also from turkey as we've heard in the last few days a turkish leader threaten a number of pinney's of measures and also iran as well what is their plan going for . what's the next phase of this process to become separate from iraq.
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we haven't heard about what they will do what we've heard his condemnation. saying that steps taken by baghdad tantamount basically to collective punishment that they were unconstitutional. this region being a semi autonomous region with its own government and its own parliament is allowed to take measures without approval from the government in baghdad but there is a certain level of worry among people here to celebrate the referendum was not unexpected. imagine that they would be a certain number of measures taken in retaliation of this referendum now baghdad has told. kurdish president. something he simply cannot do
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because there would be a popular uproar he has the support of most of the kurds and you can see the results of this referendum ninety two percent saying yes. independent state now this is start anytime soon i don't think. baghdad is refusing to have any kind of the bush and the prime minister. to dialogue. on the referendum results if they start they will be extremely difficult starting from what to do with the borders with what to do with. the sharing going to happen. for example baghdad will easily be. percent of the of iraq it's a lot of money coming into the country and that would not go without a battle. thank you very much for that hard to have made life for us at our avail
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airport in northern iraq. pro and anti separatist campaigners in spain's catalonia region are holding their last rallies before sunday's independence vote regional leaders insist it will go ahead despite the finest government and course declaring it illegal john hendren has more from barcelona. each day a peaceful show of force growth. led by young in fiercely proud catalans in the street. police say sixteen thousand of them organizers say tens of thousands more. are going to shut the schools because they don't want. democracy. by comparison this twenty secession rally mustered perhaps three dozen people. at a secret location days after the spanish army arrested catalan leaders and
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confiscated ten million ballot papers this video tweeted by catalan president carlos preached a month shows the resistance printing new bell he got about a miscarriage and the need in the matter how much they intimidate us no matter how many times they say that they will not give us the keys of the schools will be open and there is a generation that she has been growing in our country and they add to the majority level that we have in catalonia that they want to vote. at schools doubling as polling stations a showdown police have orders to close them students plan an occupation to keep them open but we would stay there and. just to wait. for the moment the crowds are chanting these streets will always belong to us and while there are thousands of police all around barcelona right now they do. at barcelona's port firemen occupy catalonia is history museum unfurling
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a pro independence banner where the firefighters have to go and vote as every citizen can do it as catalans plan their defiant vote the spanish government's marshaling its in forces national police and civil defense troops in riot gear ordered to stop the referendum. will be better without being part of. the local moscow's police who until now is resisted reining in the protests now role alongside national police in armored cars a cattle and horse under spanish control. with cattle lands determined to vote in the spanish government in madrid intent on stopping them the long tense standoff goes on broken john hendren al-jazeera barcelona. and we want to show you some live pictures now from boston on where foreigners are taking to the streets today i joining the pro independence of ronnie's they're hoping to use their tractors to
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protect the polling stations the voting centers ahead of sunday's referendum on independence in class knowing and again live pictures from boston on meanwhile a catalan official has accused the european union of tacitly backing what he called spain's repressive actions to stop the secession vote tony brooklier reports on how the central government in madrid is preparing to deal with the challenge. police reinforcements heading to barcelona ahead of sunday's catalan referendum. the spanish government has implemented a host of measures aimed at stopping the vote from going ahead including arrests confiscation of ballot papers and banning pro independence websites one un agency has criticized the action the office for high commissioner for human rights issued a statement today which said the measures we are witnessing a worrying because they appear to violate fundamental individual rights cutting off
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public information and the possibility of debate at a critical moment for spain's democracy spain's supreme court has already ruled the referendum is unconstitutional the vote is being described as spain's most defiance of events since the civil war in the one nine hundred thirty s. and outside of catalonia there is growing anger. i think it is a joke that should have been stopped long ago the banks are the ones that have the power and if they had taken a tougher stand earlier than the whole thing would have been stopped. it's illegal they just take into account the part of the spanish people not everyone we're all supposed to obey the law that is what the laws are for the vote is not just dividing the country it's dividing families now handrails mother was catalan his father from madrid he feels both spanish and catalan but is against the referendum something his relatives in barcelona find difficult to accept. it were not enough
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that i want to end it but it is very hard because you are the one i used to if you stay in the middle i cannot say to my family that i am annoyed with you for independence because no while will the set that that is something very spanish and very catalan either you are with me or you are against me. around the country people have been declaring their loyalties by displaying the spanish flag and many feel that the catalan government has been misleading its supporters. through that day catalonia it's a colony even a do that they can go catalans congo out of a spain and in europe. nice they have mean montane our sentiments feelings whatever happens with the vote this campaign has been divisive and damaging and in
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a country which is still trying to heal the wounds from the civil war eighty years ago those divisions could take some time to repair her three al-jazeera madrid. the head of the world's nuclear watchdog has raised the alarm on the fast pace of north korea's nuclear weapons program earlier this month on young said he had tested a hydrogen bomb it followed a series of ballistic missile launches from seoul kathy novak reports the head of the eye has been in seoul for a three day visit meeting with south korea's foreign minister and discussing the north korean nuclear issue they have both expressed grave concern about the sixth and most powerful nuclear test which north korea claims was a hydrogen bomb now the i.a.e.a. hasn't had direct access to north korea's nuclear facilities since its inspectors were kicked out of the country back in two thousand and nine but you know says that the most recent test shows that north korea is making significant progress with its
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nuclear program we do not have the capacity to determine if it is up. but it is the. eld is much bigger than the previous one it means that. north korea made very rapid progress. combined with a lot of other elements this is the new threat and this is the global threat north korea's foreign minister recently raised concerns about the possibility of the country conducting an atmospheric nuclear test when he hinted that it may be considering detonating a hydrogen bomb in the pacific and the south korean government remains on high alert for the possibility of another missile launch or nuclear test perhaps to coincide with key dates next month on october the tenth in north korea marks foundation day and on october the eighteenth china opens its communist party congress and in the past north korea has upstaged
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a major events in china with provocative acts still ahead on al-jazeera with the tweets we look at how donald trump has changed. the way u.s. presidents speak to the wild and the land down under decides to liftoff australia announces plans to create its own space agency will tell you why. welcome back we'll take a look at the weather across asia and northeastern areas this frontal system as well much given a lot of rain across southern parts of japan but that's obviously clearing away so at least during saturday weather conditions aren't looking too bad find one or two showers maybe coming off the sea of japan into central northern parts of the country for the size drive fine fine across the korean peninsula sunshine and twenty seven in beijing cloudy skies for shanghai and twenty three now as you head
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on through into sunday with our low pressure system which we sweeping through northern parts of asia and really heavy rain with some snow in the northern side across parts of russia and heavy rain across northeastern parts of china the right extends all way down as far as the river valley later that day the korean peninsula also see some rain developing but for japan weather conditions are looking draw and find twenty three in tokyo for central and southern parts of china we've got some showers across hong kong for taipei weather conditions not looking too bad but it remains fairly wet across parts of indochina with some heavy showers across los meum our city coastal parts of me and i will see some flooding now as we head into southeastern parts of asia scotland showers across the philippines we're looking at heavy showers again across malaysia and borneo but it should be largely fine across java.
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seize landing in the region baghdad has ordered foreign airlines to stop flying into the region's airports in less than four hours time this follows monday's vote on to session which passed overwhelmingly. the spanish region of catalonia says it has two thousand three hundred polling stations ready for the controversial secession ballot on sunday farmers are using their tractors to try and protect their voting sites pro and anti separatist campaigners are holding their last rallies this friday. and the head of the world's nuclear watchdog is raising the alarm at the fast pace of north korea's weapons program earlier this month pyongyang said it had tested a hydrogen bomb that followed a series of police six missile launchers. now at least twenty three of refugees have died and forty are missing after their boat capsized in waters off bangladesh hundreds continued across the border from myanmar some have told on jazeera they've been warned of an imminent army crackdown in rakhine states diplomat. as in space
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has more. they died at sea men women and children fleeing bloodshed in tallahassee and the torching of homes in myanmar they made it onto a boat taking them across the water to bangladesh only for the vessel to sink this tragedy the un security council was told a result of a massive flow of people over half a million in about a month the situation is spittles into the world's fastest developing refugee emergency and they humanitarian and human rights nightmare the trumpet ministrations policy towards me and maher change sharply jurong this meeting with u.s. ambassador nikki haley demanding the prosecution of members of the meon ma military and the suspension of all arms sales to the country we cannot be afraid to call the actions of the burmese authorities what they appear to be a brutal sustained campaign to cleanse the country of an ethnic minority
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having heard those scathing comments to me on mars the national security adviser gave his response there is no ethnic cleansing and no a genocide in men. and nick cleansing and genocide are serious charges and they should not be used lately human rights groups have been critical of the security council they say slow response has failed dismally to keep up with the scale and speed of this crisis both in terms of the ongoing human rights abuses and the resulting humanitarian emergency this meeting and in particular ambassador haley's comments increase the pressure on me on maher but the council remains divided with some notably china suggesting quiet diplomacy may be the best way forward james pays out zero of the united nations.
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european leaders are in a stony eye to discuss the digital future of the bra the summit aims to look at how the internet can help create growth and jobs cyber privacy and security laws are also on the agenda chalons is covering the summit for us he joins us now from his sone as capital tiling glory. you know this is basically about all these e.u. leaders sitting down together and talking about how they can keep europe in the digital game for the next ten years or so fighting off stiff competition from the u.s. and china they're going to be talking about things like the government's cyber security how to digitize europe's economy and industries they certainly won't be seeing eye to why about everything there are countries like france germany italy and spain that wants a new tax regime for the big internet giants like google and amazon who they say on
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paying enough tax into their countries where they're actually selling their goods and services and also there are the there's the perennial problem of how to square cyber security national security with data protection and data privacy and that's something that i want to ask our guest about and dress could to work for. it which is the company that designs estonia's sort of cyber infrastructure basically doesn't it what's estonia's approach to that issue of data privacy versus national security the key principle of that approach is that we design the privacy into the systems that we design and by the systems we design i don't mean just technical infrastructure but also the legal and the business processes running those those technologies we try to make sure that. our dates is for example less valuable for commercial use if it's breached. than it might be you know in some
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other countries and people are using their data here don't they can restrict access to it and stop politicians or doctors are looking at it right they only and they have the absolute ability to actually see who has been accessing that data and that is one of the other key sort of principles of allowing that citizen to be in control in a sense we call that the small brother. principle allowing the small brother to look over the shoulder of the big one for a change so that if there's bits of information being changed exchanged between between agencies about me i can actually see who and why did that the information was exchanged so that is a system that does seem to be working here in a stone. so you want this to be a model to be replicated around the european union we have different countries so we with different experiences of national security threats and also very different political cultures so do you think it can actually be replicated yes i firmly believe that the key principle of security by design and putting the citizen in
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power can be replicated what the privacy means and what what the security by design means in practice in different political context that can vary but the basic idea i think is very solid and can be replicated and after all that is what why stone has been successful at hearing to that principle and therefore any other country as well ok that was from cybernetica back to you in the studio thank you very much for that challenge for us in tallinn estonia the european commission. would take america. to make enough progress to begin trade negotiations in the coming months he made the comment arrived for the. prime minister. agreed. i think on the rights of this definitely a matter of life and a better mood coming out of the negotiations between the summer and yeah they would say this but i think it's still very evidence that. there's more work to be done
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we're not yet stage so we can say that which progress is being made to talk about a new relationship a trade. i don't label to make that call until much later in the month. russia and turkey have agreed to work more closely in an effort to end the conflict in syria president putin has been an anchor of the talks with the turkish leader a ship type beto on they've bought opposing sides in the syrian conflict now the two leaders have agreed to push for deescalation zones in syria as it led province russian opposition leader alexina vonnie says he has been detained in moscow he is one of the most prominent critic solve russian president vladimir putin he organized mass them inspirations against corruption and call for more democracy in india at least twenty two people have been killed in a stampede at a railway station in mumbai thirty more were injured on a foot bridge local media say it was triggered by overcrowding after heavy rains. now twitter has emerged as u.s.
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president donald trump's preferred method of communication despite many calling for him to stop he uses it to promote and defend himself and bypass traditional media to speak directly to americans and the world given elizondo looks at the history of how us presidents chose to communicate. ladies and gentlemen the president of the united states when president franklin roosevelt wanted to urgently speak to the american people. and he took to the radio we are going to win. the peace but we welcome change and opens in one thousand nine hundred seven president ronald reagan harness the power of television to give a historic speech at the berlin wall mr gorbachev tear down this wall. and when president barack obama wanted to talk to the american people about climate change and everybody he chose to do it on his first ever facebook video post this has been my backyard for the last seven years over the years the ways presidents
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communicate to people has evolved when the history books are written about donald trump's presidency there will certainly be a chapter dedicated to little bluebird specifically his political use of twitter the most important role for president of communication is not necessarily in swaying opinion but in setting the agenda and dictating what it is that americans in the media are talking. but trump's tweets are a window into his thoughts and were the subject of a recent satirical donald trump presidential twitter library exhibit in new york. the most famous tweets were framed in gold a jab at the president's love of bling even this puzzling tweet where he typed a word nobody knew how to pronounce let alone what it meant they are being read by so many people across the world or any fluency in policy they're affected how we see him in other countries c.e.o.'s trumps advisors have urged him to slow down
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with the tweets warning he could be held legally accountable for any that prove to be misleading or false but trump's love of twitter not going away unable to tame trump's twitter finger a top white house official recently said anything. trump tweets should now be considered an official statement from the leader of the free world gabriel's and oh how does it or washington. private companies are leading the way with plans to put humans on mars aerospace giant lockheed martin wants to set up a base camp on the red planet and space x. founder unmask intends to colonize mars much sooner than previously thought yarber melhem has more from an international space conference in australia industry heavyweights and space lovers converged on adelaide for this year's international astronautical congress the highlight of the event was without doubt space royalty entrepreneur and billionaire ilan musk he's long made it known he wants to make
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humans and interplanetary species to make sure we don't go the way of the dinosaurs now he says he'll start a colony on the red planet with the first human flights in twenty twenty four. or that the base starting one. than most horse eps then circling of the city then because of the bigger. yeah and at that time tom foreman was. making a really nice place to be. lockheed martin to has plans to get humans to the red planet it revealed more about its blueprints for a mars base camp that will orbit the moon and act as a launching pad for human missions to mars it believes it can have an operational in a decade in about five billion years give or take the sun will eventually be going to
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a red giant it will expand and devour the earth so at least in five billion years we need to have somewhere else now how much do you need to worry about it in twenty seventeen fair question but that eventually you've got to get off the planet if we're going to continue as a as a as a human race at the moment all we have on mars two rovers like this replica of the curiosity and while there are many companies here that believe humans will journey to mars within this generation and possibly even colonize it there are doubts about whether mass should be considered a backup plan to. all missions to mars need the help of one of three nasa deep space command centers this one is new strains capital camera it operates like air traffic control but the space sending commands and receiving signals from spacecraft and all the vital communications for any human missions to mars will also go through here i think one of things that journey to mars will tell us most
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especially is that really in reality earth has always got we have to look after this planet first and foremost going off to mars is going to have to create a whole range of new technologies to survive in an environment that's trying to kill you every second of the day and there's no shortage of companies working on those technologies to keep humans alive in deep space technologies that if nothing else could perhaps be useful to humans on earth to yarber malham out zero adelaide . and as always plenty more news on our website al-jazeera dot com the very latest on all of our top stories on there. are the headlines on al-jazeera international flights to the kurdish region in iraq are due to stop in less than four hours time baghdad ordered for an airline to stop
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services it's one of pressure on kurdish leaders to cancel the results of monday's secession referendum ninety two percent of people voted yes. has more from the international airport. where we have been witnessing throughout the day is people leaving specially those of the kurdish jasper led to come here either on holiday or to take part in this referendum and say you know they had to cut short their time in the kurdish region visiting their families simply because they didn't know what was going to happen next and they didn't feel comfortable as kurds to to go to fly to to fly to baghdad or to go by road to baghdad because the roads are still open. the spanish region of catalonia says it has two thousand three hundred polling stations ready for the controversial to session ballot on sunday farmers are using their tractors to try and protect the voting sites spain's government has
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declared the poll illegal. at least twenty three ruhi refugees have died in forty are missing when their boat capsized in the waters off bangladesh the un has declared the will hinge a crisis the world's fastest developing refugee emergency more than half a million people affected bangladesh began a military crackdown in rakhine state last month the head of the world's nuclear watchdog is raising the alarm at the fast pace of north korea's nuclear weapons program earlier this month pyongyang said it had tested a hydrogen bomb that followed a series of ballistic missile launches in india at least twenty two people have been killed in a stampede at a railway station in mumbai thirty more people were injured on the footbridge local media say it was triggered by overcrowding after heavy rains and russia and turkey have agreed to work more closely in an effort to end of the conflict in syria present radom a potent has been in ankara for talks with the turkish leadership typo on they've bought opposing sides in the syrian conflict now the two leaders have agreed to
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push for deescalation zones in syria's live province putin says the necessary conditions for peace have been achieved you're up to date with the headlines on al-jazeera plenty more news coming up after risking it all to stay with us.

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