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children go to school and live because of the prank risking it or the democratic republic of congo at this time on al-jazeera egypt is now china's but biggest trading partner in africa more than ten thousand chinese are living in cairo i wanted to see the permits in september one thousand nine hundred five i came with my friends to egypt many started a small traders but are now successful in business when i began to do business in two thousand and three or two thousand and four at the time it was small but then it began to expand al-jazeera well meets the growing chinese community in egypt egypt made in china at this time. the to. ok u.n. report on children and conflict a shop be critical of assad television and its war yemen.
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hello on down jordan this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up. to cheers and some national police and two of spain's biggest banks pull out of basel and. we must not allow iran to attain to obtain nuclear weapons president trump gives his strongest hint yet that the u.s. will drop its support of the iran nuclear deal plus. this vote is more than a presidential possession and is a piece of the high life. in central park new york coming up i'll tell you which president this. i don't belong to. the united nations annual report on children and conflict strongly criticized both sides in the war in yemen it places saudi arabia and its allies on the list of
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countries that kill and maim children in conflicts at the same time the report admits the coalition has taken action to improve child protection mike hanna has more from the u.s. the report focuses on children in conflict across the globe in countries ranging from afghanistan to colombia to syria mali myanmar and all the list itself showing how widespread the problem is of children caught up in all recruited to action. there were three thousand five hundred twelve child casualties in afghanistan alone the highest recorded in one country and in yemen a total of one thousand three hundred and forty child casualties were recorded of which the report says the saudi led military coalition was responsible for six hundred and eighty three in addition the coalition is held accountable for the destruction of a large number of schools and hospitals. the saudi led coalition was originally named in the two thousand and thirteen blacklist as well but was controversially
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removed by the then secretary general ban ki-moon pending a review that was never completed u.n. aides confirmed this happened after the saudi government had threatened to withdraw its funding to the united nations we are told the current secretary general carefully vetted personally and endorsers this report this year there's a change in the format of the report an x one the black list which contains the names of the perpetrators has been divided into two sections section a contains the names of nations and non-state actors guilty of acts against children but those that have been subsequently found to have attempted to improve the protection of children during the reporting period have been moved into section b. the saudi led military coalition is in this category along with the afghan national police and the somali national army this may not be enough to avert what is likely
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to be strong protest from the saudi government in coming hours. my. united nations spain's biggest political crisis in decades the country's top court has suspended a session of the regional parliament in catalonia local leaders were planning to declare secession during monday's sitting the speaker of parliament says the central government in madrid has put freedom of expression in danger. but this is an act of extreme seriousness because it cut tails the freedom of expression of members of catalonia parliament this shows the total incapacity of the spanish government to result political problems in a political way we repeat what we've always said that we will not allow the parliament to be sounds that. spain's biggest banks appear to be preparing to move their headquarters out of catalonia. he decided to move its legal base to come to the country's southeast on their own reports the border is also considering
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relocation because of the political uncertainty. reports from boss alone.
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only this money that was sent into right now and that referendum on safe promises shows etc. helps me add up thankfully i don't make impact to cattle i'm place banks already saying that they could move outside the region at this point out that if catalonia state needs to find a plane that economic impact would be for temporary. u.s. president donald trump has accused iran again of not living up to the spirit of the twenty fifty nuclear deal trump ministration is expected to decertify the agreement next week saying it's not in the national interest of the u.s. military leaders at the white house to discuss the deal we must not allow iran to attain to obtain nuclear weapons the iranian regime supports terrorism and exports violence bloodshed and chaos across the middle east that is why we
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must put an end to iran's continued aggression and nuclear ambitions they have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement particle hain has more now from washington d.c. . just saw twenty four hours ago secretary of defense jim mattis tell the u.s. congress that he thinks that it's in the u.s. national security interest to stay in the iran deal and at the time that many people thought he was speaking to an audience of one president donald trump but if you really look back in now with this reporting that president may have found what he sees as a loophole where he can decertify but the not push congress to reimpose sanctions satisfy his base mattis is a key voice he is respected on capitol hill and we're starting to see some republicans especially within the leadership say basically it will quote the uses the toothpaste is always a out of the bottle the money has been given to iran the sanctions have been lifted if they were to reimpose sanction they know the allies would blame them for and
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walked away from the nuclear deal and it's not at all clear that the allies would follow suit and which would mean the same sions were somewhat toothless so it's not confirmed that the republicans will go along but it's also important to point out when ever things go in the congress anything could happen lobby matters so you will be faced with a choice between the pro israeli government lobby and all of the l. eyes and other countries like china and russia who said we signed this deal we're not renegotiating so there will be pressure on congress not to mention the fact that the trump administration cannot point to any evidence that iran isn't living up to their part of the deal the i.a.e.a. has said they're in one hundred percent compliance to get around that the trump administration keeps saying but the agreement said that iran would and this is important that they quote the deal they said positively contribute to regional and international peace and security the deal does the agreement doesn't say that it doesn't say iran will contribute it says the agreement will contribute they can't
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quite square that peg when you ask them about it so there might have a shaky argument but if they do this that it goes to congress to decide if they scuttle the deal at least from a u.s. perspective. iraqi forces have captured the town of how we and the surrounding area this was i saw as last stronghold in northern iraq the military says some fighting is still going on to the north and east of the town where i solicit around it troops were greeted by jubilant villages in that six kilometers northwest of the town where the capture of her wages the only air that remains on the ice of control in iraq is a stretch along the western border with syria well the army's been trying to defeat i so since the group captured large swathes of northern iraq three years ago after months of airstrikes by u.s. led coalition warplanes iraqi forces launched a major offensive to retake to crete in march twenty fifteen they declared victory a month later then the army moved on to ramadi in anbar province i still was forced to retreat from the area in december twenty fifth dene ramadi is strategic because
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it's roads connect to syria and in june twenty sixth seen the army reach out for the first city to fall to eisele it's also in anbar province and about seventy kilometers from the capital baghdad where the battle for mosul lasted nine months and victory was declared in july the capture of how we genoud leaves just one remaining area under eyesores control the focus now is on that area along the syrian border hundreds of people have gathered in las vegas to remember a police officer who was killed in sunday's shooting at a country music festival thirty four year old charles and hartfield was off duty during the incident he was among fifty eight victims of gunman student paddock it was the worst mass shooting in modern u.s. history. meanwhile the u.s. is most powerful gun lobby the national rifle association wants to restrict the use of a device which allow semiautomatic weapons to fire automatically some of the weapons used by gunman steam have been modified with the device on
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a delicate reports from las vegas. for years the republican party in the powerful national rifle association or and already resisted any calls for gun control and president donald trump they have a staunch supporter of the right to bear arms something he made clear in april you caved through for me and i am going to come through for you so proud to be the first sitting president to address the n.r.a. leadership forum since our wonderful ronald reagan in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. but in the wake of sunday's mass shooting in which stephen product killed fifty eight people the n.r.a. has called for a change and republicans say that open to talks at issue is the use of stocks a modification that allows semiautomatic weapons to fire automatically something police say steven product used with horrific consequences these types of
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modifications a currently legal but in a statement the n.r.a. say additional regulations and now needed senior republicans say they're willing to talk fully automatic weapons and demand for a long time apparently this allows you to take some automatic turn in a fully automatic so clearly that's something we need to look into and people are just coming up to speed with what these things are and so that is something we're definitely going to look into. the n.r.a. statement and consequent republican backing is significant despite a spate of mass shootings in recent years talk of restrictions on gun control are extremely rare we certainly welcome that would like to be part of that conversation and we would like to see a clear understanding of the facts and we'd like to see input from the victims' families from law enforcement from policymakers and we're expecting the hearings and other. important fact finding efforts by now and we want to be part of that discussion are certainly open to moving forward democrats of long clamoring for a chance to talk about new gun control laws now they may have the chance many would relish the opportunity to push things further and talk about limiting magazine
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capacities and increased background checks but that may prove too much for a publican's president says banning bump start is now on the agenda for many people it's action not words that will make a difference and gallacher al-jazeera las vegas nevada. break here not just iraq when we come back more than two years after nepal's deadly earthquake survivors face fresh challenges. and we meet the puerto ricans turning to their community and sort of the authorities to help after hurricane rita more in that state. to an enchanting. you're. welcome back as we look at weather conditions across the levant and western parts of asia begin to cool off slightly q eight thirty four degrees celsius good news after the
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incredible all summer long back that thirty three degrees across on the stand a lot of snow higher elevations temperatures struggling as you can see all of ten degrees around the eastern side of the mediterranean still looking pretty pleasant and we've got temperatures there in the upper twenty's for beirut fine conditions across much of turkey about stage with i'm crossing a high of twenty four degrees into the arabian peninsula on the western side fine conditions temperatures in the upper thirty's there for both mecca and medina and as we head on the truth a lot of part of the weekend we'll see temperatures touching forty in mecca temperatures here. coming down a little bit the humidity is just beginning to deploy some of thirty six degrees celsius similar sorts temperatures for abu dhabi so heading across into africa in. southern portions of the constant we've got some rain across more easterners might affect the four east and saw the south africa mozambique the chance of otherwise weather conditions looking very funny have to get up to northern parts of angola
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before you see any significant shower activity for much of zambia weather conditions also expect to be fine with a high of thirty one degrees in. the weather sponsored by qatar and race. by provocative. when they're on line we were in hurricane. almost like thirty six hours these are the things that has to address or if you join us on saturday i'm a member of a complex one but we struck up a relationship this is a dialogue tweet us with hash tag a.j. stream and one of your pitches might make the next join the global conversation at this time on al-jazeera.
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looking back at the top stories here on al-jazeera the united nations annual report on children and conflict has strongly criticised both sides in the. coalition and the rebels were responsible for killing and injuring hundreds of children last. spent in a session of the council are. planning to test a session during monday sitting regional parliament speaker has accused madrid of putting freedom of expression in danger. and us president donald trump. of not living up to the spirit of the twenty fifth. trumpet ministrations expected to decertify the agreement next week saying it's not in the national interest back to congress review and decide on new economic sanctions tehran. now it's been more than two years since a massive earthquake struck nepal killing thousands of people survivors of the
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disaster have had a difficult time rebuilding their lives and some of them are now facing another threat the newly built homes are sinking into the ground so he has more now from district from the village doesn't look much different to others around here except for what appears to be uneven patches of dug randomly. villagers are experiencing a curious phenomena they found the earth splitting beneath their feet a month ago on your work out on a lot of howdy the side of our shed slipped we had to move to a shed further up but even there we had to put stones on the legs of our bed because the ground had become on even. like most people here talk america's house was destroyed by an earthquake two years ago about nine thousand apaches were killed since then villagers have started to rebuild their homes with the help of a government grant for earthquake resistant houses after the two thousand and
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fifteen earthquake the government surveyors declared this village safe for a living people started rebuilding their houses but this is what has happened the foundations have started sinking into the ground. the family which used to live here has gone villagers don't know where to. they say they can hear rumbling noises at night as if a river is flowing underneath trees planted together have been separated by the earth shifting for some women only mari's says that even if she accepts a government grant for a permanent house there is nowhere safe to build a village representative says there has been a mass exodus everyone who can afford to move has left he's worried that government leaders and got my due might act too late for villagers left behind. me i've been to the earthquake reconstruction committee they told me to follow an application
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with the details of what's going on then they might send an expert we're concerned we've been thinking of the locating the villages ourselves but the problem is people ask what we eat local villagers you they're not capable of having the situation. finish leaders are overwhelmed and survivors of the earthquake are afraid and fear they're facing another natural disaster from mother earth to al-jazeera soon the district of. the u.s. vice president mike pence is traveling to the hurricane hit island of puerto rico on friday it follows president trump's controversial visit earlier this week donald trump says the relief effort in the u.s. territory is a success but it shihab rattansi now reports from congress many people on the island are trying to get by with no help from the federal government. like much of puerto rico south of san juan was suffering off the use of financial steroids the cutting of social services education pensions and jobs as the territory attempted
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to repay its debts much held by wall street bankers before despite what happened here again the people that we have attended were already in the crisis when we feel right now in pricing coming out of the ground zero of their houses and being more fully what people already were starving people already were not having the medicine our not having many american a pension giovanni robot or founded a network of community kitchens around putting making the commodore a sociologist by resources such as food money and time the payments to replace the diminishing something doesn't cease maria these kitchens have been supplying more than food. for example here they really have been asked if they're even a medical assistant. then launches. of i don't. i cook dignity the center have a lot of people i know phil down we saw this week right there.
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independence activist all scott lopez rivera was imprisoned for some thirty five years by the us here in puerto rico he's widely revered as one of the world's longest held political prisoners he says the community activism that's intensified off to maria is a springboard to put a ricotta de colonise from the u.s. and developments fishing industry eco agriculture eco tourism and alternative energy on washington's not going to let you. know that that no i would say i was safe with my we were doing it right there were no letters. from his contention that the puerto rican people simply waiting for government handouts couldn't be further from the truth i was from of puerto ricans are doing it now because of the government there were not going to not look at the us nobody had given these people on anything not even. the.
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united nations has ended its peacekeeping mission in haiti after thirteen years troops lowered the flag in a ceremony attended by haiti's president helmets have seen the country through political crises and natural disasters but some peacekeepers were accused of causing a cholera outbreak and sexually abusing young women some reports from port au prince. so after the formal ceremony the speeches and the lowering of the united nation the flag a little bit of light culture relief with a ban from india doing a dogs for the gathered dignitaries the president of haiti. and the head of the mission the sundra on that they've been talking about the positive elements of the stabilization his mission thirteen years in the country they've talked about their help in the humanitarian relief operations they've also talked about. three elections also stabilizing some of the institutions in the country to allow haiti
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to stand on its own two feet off to the departure after the end of the u.n. mandate on october the fifteenth when they didn't speak about what many haitians are speaking about some of the scandals the sexual scandals the children the u.n. soldiers and also probably the worst case which was the two thousand and ten cholera epidemic which investigators blamed on the nepalese troops based here who flushed their waste into the river resulting in tens of thousands of people going to becoming sick nine thousand six hundred dying the u.n. is trying to. sanitation programs they're working to try to eradicate. from the country but the united nations stabilization force is leaving with mixed blessings with many haitians glad to see them going with some doubts. about the gallery that will now need to be. still in haitian. a campaign to force out the president of togo is intensifying as thousands of protesters turned out in the capital loamy. demonstrators are
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calling for an end to the fifty year rule of the family they want to see a return of the ninety nine to two constitution that allowed two presidential terms . aid agencies are warning that zambia is facing a humanitarian crisis the country is dealing with more than six thousand refugees have crossed the border from the democratic republic of congo the u.n. says on average one hundred asylum seekers each day congolese government forces are fighting a local militia in the region more than one point four million people have been displaced by the violence there and called us last year. israel is planning to close its borders with the occupied west bank and gaza strip for an unusually long period the closure for a jewish holiday means no palestinians will be allowed to cross into israel for eleven days palestinians say the move is collective punishment sorry for said reports. it's typical for israeli checkpoints to close on public holidays but not
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for this long the israeli government announced this week that the occupied west bank and gaza strip would be sealed off for eleven consecutive days the longest such closure for more than a decade hardest hit by the tens of thousands of palestinians who crossed daily from the west bank to work mainly in construction in israel. on thursday someone renewing work permits and reflecting on the loss of nearly a half a month's wages. it's worse he paid a broker of his permit it costs him more than twenty five dollars a day where he works or not i don't get me about that it's hard on everyone that's daily suffering it's going to cost me more than three hundred dollars for my permits economic situation in the country is. the forced closure has been linked by israel to an attack last month in which a palestinian worker killed three israeli security forces at the entrance to an illegal settlement israeli media report that the army's closure recommendation came
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only after political pressure from government ministers what israel is calling a security measure palestinians are referring to as collective punishment and with seventy five thousand permit holders working inside israel that comes at a serious cost to the palestinian economy the cost says the palestinian government that goes beyond the loss in wages of up to fifty million dollars. it's the new home and it means they won't be able to buy goods and so it impacts on the economic cycle especially given that a number of workers purchased permits from brokers for more than seven hundred dollars a month. permit renewed. is back home and while in israel work will resume on and off throughout the super hot holiday like tens of thousands of other palestinians who have to wait out the full eleven days it is own considerable expense sorry for sit out in the occupied west bank at least twenty people have been killed and twenty five injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a shia shrine in pakistan's baluchistan province the attack happened in the village
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of. iceland says it was behind the bombing. the vatican's third most senior official has appeared in an australian court for a brief hearing cardinal george pell is accused of historical sexual abuses involving several people the exact details and nature of the allegations have not been made public he denies any wrongdoing on the face court again in march the japanese government revealed why calm a can listen as when forced to recall one point two million cars the country's transport ministry found unauthorized technicians were certifying because factories the companies decided to recall all the cars it sold in japan in the past three years as an expected cost of at least two hundred twenty million dollars so many people in the us look back on the kennedy era with fondness and to mark a hundred years since john f. kennedy was born several items that belonged to the former president on now being
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auctioned off al-jazeera christensen he takes a peek into the glamorous lifestyle of the family that wants child donations. they were an american version of a royal family john f. kennedy with his wife jackie and their two young children were the symbol of a nation's vibrancy the kennedy era now remembered fondly as camelot camelot was the term used to describe the viva joy of life that seemed to come with the kennedy family somehow the kennedys sort of rolled with the punches so to speak and dealt with it in an elegant intelligent fashion and all much beloved now from j.f.k.'s flight jacket to jackie o's lace they all a new york auction house is hoping to capitalize on what at least appears to have been a simpler time a time when the country was more united. perhaps never so united as in grief after
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the young president's assassination in one thousand nine hundred sixty three the auction includes two swords that hung above the president's casket in the white house and the lace veil strikingly similar to one the first lady wore to her husband's funeral and a meeting with the pope. having come directly from her secretary it's sort of impossible to know was this could she have had a second one you don't really know that so we're taking the cautious view and saying you know it could well be that one but we can't say conclusively but with the president speedboat swim trunks and cigars also available the auction house is betting bidders will pay big for their own piece of camelot christian salumi al-jazeera new york now the british author. has been awarded the nobel prize for literature it's a good road was born in japan and is best known for his books the remains of the day and never let me go. this is amazing and to be unexpected.
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comes at a time when the. safety. i just hope that my receiving this. will be even in a small way encourage the forces of peace. finally syria's incredible world cup dream is still alive after its national team drew one all against australia in the first leg of the qualification play off the syrians have been forced to play all of their games in neutral malaysia because of the civil service but the world cup both teams will play in the second leg in sydney on october the tenth when i will secure a place in next year's world cup finals in russia. for the top stories here this hour the united nations annual report on children and
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conflict has strongly criticized both sides in the war in yemen places saudi arabia and its allies on the list of countries that kill and maim children in conflicts at the same time the un report admits the coalition has taken action to improve child protection. spain's top court house suspended a session of the catalan parliament local leaders were planning to declare secession during monday sitting the regional parliament speaker has accused the central government in madrid of putting freedom of expression in danger u.s. president donald trump has again accused iran of not living up to the spirit of the twenty fifty nuclear deal the trumpet ministrations expected to decertify the agreement next week saying it's not in the national interest of the u.s. military leaders at the white house to discuss the deal. we must not allow iran to obtain to obtain nuclear weapons the iranian regime supports terrorism and
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exports violence bloodshed and chaos across the middle east that is why we must put an end to iran's continued aggression and nuclear ambitions they have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement iraqi forces have captured the town of hope and the surrounding area it was ourselves last stronghold in northern iraq the military says some fighting still going on to the north and east of the town where i solicit around it with a culture of how we judge the only area that remains and i still control iraq is a stretch along the western border with syria. as a people have gathered in las vegas to remember a police officer who was killed in sunday's shooting at a country music festival thirty four year old charles and hartfield was off duty during the incident he was among fifty eight victims of gunman. the worst mass shooting in u.s. history. on the united nations as ended its peacekeeping mission in haiti after
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thirteen years to lower their flag in a ceremony attended by haiti's president blue helmets have seen the country through political crises and natural disasters but some peacekeepers but used of causing a cholera outbreak those are the headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after the street station on soldier. mining companies really are build one of the world's big. will it be an economic. or an ecological disaster. at this time. i am and you're in the stream and then how do you rebuild an entire island one that's already under an enormous amount of debt after it's been decimated by a hurricane and that's the challenge facing puerto rico after hurricane maria devastated the u.s. territory but government officials on the island have vowed.


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