tv NEWS LIVE - 30 Al Jazeera November 5, 2017 3:00am-3:34am AST
the island today the island is a penguin colony sanctuary with access to tourists accompanied by foot not descend penguin expert cloudier globally we learned the penguin colonies in south america are under threat climate change is one reason it is well documented that changing rain patterns or spend was to abandon flooded nests warmer ocean temperatures have diminished the quantity and quality of fish for the penguins who were swim further and further away to feed their young overfishing and ocean contamination especially plastic also killing penguins. yemen cities fire a missile into saudi arabia's capital it's the furthest any rebel weapon has reach to date.
plans obama dissolves or life my headquarters here in doha also coming up a shake up in the house of south royalty has been detained a ministers dismissed. also lebanon's prime minister suddenly resigned he says he quit for fear of his life. i knew my daughter could have a car and she would have become a ten year old undocumented immigrant in the u.s. taken from her hospital bed and arrested critics claim donald trump's new tougher immigration policy is. welcome to the program we begin with three major stories within the kingdom of saudi arabia first the military says it shot down a long range ballistic missile over riyadh from yemen who through rebels claimed responsibility to keep up the attacks as long as the lead coalition air strikes continue in the amman mother in the hold. it's not the first time who the rebels
have fired long range missiles across the border at saudi arabia but this missile appears to have travelled the furthest hundreds of kilometers deep into saudi heartland and only taken down close to king khalid international airport on the outskirts of the capital riyadh. the official saudi news agency is p.a. said saudi forces fired a surface to air patriot missile to intercept it witnesses reported hearing a loud explosion and seeing fragments falling need the airport the rebels moved quickly to say they were behind the missile attack telling al-jazeera they had launched a burka and two h. missile a scud type missile with a range of more than eight hundred kilometers knocked out of the year. we choose the time and place after collecting information about a target and it was khaled international airport east of riyadh targeted by a long range volcano ballistic missile this is in response to the continued
aggression committing daily massacres against the yemeni people. the conflict in yemen pits houthi rebels from the north backed by iran and troops loyal to former president ali abdullah saleh against yemeni government forces back in two thousand and fourteen the who sees and their allies took control of the yemeni capital sana'a. but the conflict widened early the following year when a saudi led coalition of arab countries state done with airstrikes to back up humans government in two and a half years the saudi led coalition has launched thousands of a strikes the same a strikes that have been repeatedly criticized by the united nations for disregarding the number of civilians killed and return who sees and their allies have fired dozens of missiles into saudi territory last week who's the spokesman told al-jazeera that who's the fighters would target any country that attacks them.
of those that target yemen as far as we are concerned are fair military target for ballistic missiles any country that hits yemen militarily will be targeted. yemen was already the poorest country in the region before the war nearly two and a half years of fighting is lifted on the brink of collapse a crippled infrastructure abject poverty seven million people close to starvation and since april the world's worst outbreak of cholera the u.n. says around ten thousand people have been killed and at least forty thousand wounded mostly from saudi laid is strikes this latest missile attack deep into saudi territory will likely escalate this long running end the conflict medium hond al-jazeera. or saudi arabia's new anti corruption committee has claimed its first casualties within hours of its creation eleven princes and dozens of former ministers have been detained according to their beer television the committee was
set up to tackle royal abuse and stealing of public funds meanwhile the royal order has enforced a key cabinet reshuffle first out on king solomon's royal orders is the minister of the national guard prince with their bin of the bin abilities one of the most prominent princes prince met there who is the son of the late king abdullah and was the last seen the a royal in government not closely connected with king sylmar or his son the new heir to the throne also out is the minister of economy and planning are there have been mohamed faca in and engineer and a former mayor. and the commander of the navy of the low been sold. and has been ordered to retire as there is a senior political analyst marwan bashara says that the heir to the throne crown prince mohammed bin sylmar is flexing his political muscles in ways not seen before in recent saudi history. it's yet another reshuffle right in the kingdom of
saudi arabia and at the heart of it is the crown prince mohammed bin so man who is clearly the man with power in hands being able to change things around within the kingdom and not only changing people but changing policies changing direction and taken on beast major mager a multi hundreds of billions of dollars projects like a new city like privatizing a bit of a run called the main oil company in saudi arabia so all in all he's taken a very aggressive stance that we haven't seen before in the modern history of saudi arabia where a new king or a new regime comes in not only changes cabinet not only changes a bit of the structure so that it is a new era of a new king but now we have the king of the conference really changing decades
centuries long tradition within the kingdom so the latest reshuffle today is really a part of a longer. change dramatic change in the kingdom where the new crown prince young inexperienced settling government. and he's been called ambitious as well as reckless by the various outlets in the west that are really closer so your review when you talk to i mean many analysts ever since he was appointed both in and out of the country i mean he must be ruffling feathers within the royal family and with that common dangers as well i think he's certainly a rocking the enemies within within the kingdom and certainly those who have been you know centers of power within the kingdom look at the last crown prince he got rid of you know if you all remember he was the crown crown prince or deputy crown prince now has become a crown prince and got rid of a man who's been heading security and so. in charge of the campaign against terror
a very close friend of the united states look at the new man he just could of met i've been abdulla who is the head of the national guard his father former king abdullah before he became king he was also head of the national guard so since its stablish meant in one thousand nine hundred eighty two the national guard has been held by abdullah and his son now the new crown prince just put all of that aside and is doing his own a new assignment so he's really changing things around but not only within the kingdom so right before he made his major first changes in order to become crown prince he launched the war in yemen when he was defense minister so all in all while he's making major shifts and dramatic shifts with indicating them he's also making them within the region and of course that leads us neatly to the next question which is this attack apparently against saudi arabia missiles being launched from yemen's territory vis is a wake up call is it not for about the whole policy in the yemen which way do they
go now today we saw this new dramatic change in what i would like to call or what the even they they're calling a new balance of terror between the saudis and the whole thing's whereby the whole thing is not able to shoot ballistic missiles not only the goal is a thousand kilometers towards mecca but also more than that longer than that towards riyadh towards the can khaled airport around riyadh so really the capacity of the home fees you know a renegade or if you were a rebel group in yemen able to do that kind of action to take that kind of step against saudi arabia is a proof that the saudis or the crown prince in particular has made a major fumble in his war in yemen and that this is a stretch to failure for so with the arabia and yemen if that's the case with saudi arabia looking for some semblance of peace within that. part of the region it's all
flown into calles by the lebanese prime minister who happens to be inside the arabia and offers his resignation outside of his own country creating the big question marks about stability in lebanon and who are the really big game players in a country that's been racked historically with civil war and political strife and who really are those people in charge of a country that is so close to some of the major conflicts of the moment specially syria in the end of the day what we have is saudi arabian i was trying to act not only in yemen not only in syria not only defending itself but also bringing lebanon on into the whole new theater of proxy conflict and war with iran i think that's unfortunate why it's because if the region falls into a proxy conflict between iran and saudi arabia no one is going to win and everyone is going to lose and i'm not just talking about the soldiers and their brain is
employed by the lebanese the yemenis the iraqis the syrians and so on so forth and we've seen the results look at iraq hundreds of thousands of casualties look at syria hundreds of thousands of casualties look at yemen tens of thousands of casualties in lebanon it had it already a civil war now with mike in third to an unknown why because it won and so eurabia are fighting their proxy wars why is saudi arabia is taking the offensive defense if you will in lebanon iran is acting in a very cool manner really expanding its influence on all these regions and apparently insisting that once hezbollah fight finishes its fight in syria along with iran that it will be taking control within lebanon that's not acceptable to the the lebanese represented by side with harry and others and hence all your neighbors taken advantage of that taking lebanon into this new theater of proxy conflicts in the region so all in all very dangerous for lebanon very dangerous for the eastern mediterranean. credibly dangerous for the arab world and as we've seen
from the shooting of missile that we're just talking about it's also dangerous for saudi arabia dangerous for regional security was we heard lebanon's prime minister has resigned so are the remains the televised address from the saudi capital riyadh saying that he was stepping down because he was in fear of being assassinated in a statement who really also lashed out at iran and its lebanese ally hezbollah accusing both of the stabilizing the region well the story from. it was an announcement if you were expecting. me i hereby announce my resignation as prime minister from the lebanese government known as the will of the lebanese is stronger and that determination is steadfast and will overcome any attempts to impose any custodianship over them from powers either inside or outside our country long live the people of lebanon so they have a reason as ignatius was made from the saudi capital riyadh in
a televised address you also sharply criticized hezbollah and its key backer you ron. well. i would like to say to iran and its followers that they will be losers in their intervention in the arab a fast our nation will wake up as it did in the past on their hands in the region will be cut off really became prime minister in late two thousand and sixteen and a compromise deal under which michelle a political ally of hezbollah became president the agreement ended two and a half years of political deadlock it which the country was without a functioning government and while hariri surprise decision to quit raises more questions than answers it puts into focus the regional rivalries lebanon often finds itself at the center of the leading sunni politician is backed by saudi arabia while has bola lebanon's most powerful political social and armed movement is sponsored by iran despite the complex nature of lebanese politics the thirty member unity cabinet appeared to be functioning until now as
a cool by all measures like an invitation for instability and put into that country everybody was working for a program to rebuild the country economically politically we have an election there's a cohesion within the government there's agreement within the political party we've been working a beautifully and then a phone call will come and the whole calculus of. in the past five days had it he has made two separate visits to saudi arabia where he lived in self-imposed exile following the collapse of his last government there he met with crown prince mohammed bin some none who is known for his aggressive stance against iran u.s. president donald trump's administration is also pursuing tough policies on iran and its allies including recent sanctions on hezbollah. resignation comes as the war in neighboring syria appears to be entering a new phase the government of president bashar al assad which is backed by iran is
increasing control over part a larger. of the devastated country and it's feared that tensions which have been simmering inside lebanon since the start of the war between hezbollah and israel and elsewhere could not only reemerge but has the potential of escalating into a major conflict n.p.r.'s al-jazeera beirut well as into iran has more reaction in iran to her areas of resignation and criticism hours after the resignation of lebanese prime minister saad hariri in which he criticized iran for its involvement in his country and in the region iran's foreign ministry spokesman back home kasumi rejected those allegations and said that the sudden resignation by the lebanese prime minister was both regretful and came as a surprise to teheran accost me also commented on the optics of the resignation saying the fact that hariri resigned outside of the country in
a hasty manner in saudi arabia were all signs that he was surrounded by parties that did not have lebanon's best interests at the tops of their agendas nor in the best interests of the region the wider middle east at the tops of their agendas he pointed a finger at iran's usual suspects united states saudi arabia and israel and he said that these countries have come together in designed this situation to create a destabilizing event not only in lebanon but something that was designed to escalate tensions in the region and lawmakers here in iran are already looking forward and encouraging their lebanese counterparts to do the same saying to them that in the future if there are any problems to resolve do so through dialogue and not conflict and controversy by a suicide attack has exploded in the syrian city of durham and history reports say dozens of people had been injured and killed the attack hit a gathering of refugees on friday government forces declared the city had been cleared of i still find says. a military operation to push ice
a lot of the last strip of land it controls in syria is also under way russian jets are pounding on the syria iraq border and the countryside outside the city of india is or six civilians were killed after residential areas were hit the syrian army's elite forces and a radio back to shia militia as well as hezbollah fighters are leading the operation on the ground on friday i saw was pushed out of the dearest city and armed groups the armed groups the last major urban stronghold in the country well still ahead here on al-jazeera first opto here u.s. president donald trump begins his troll day tour of asia with north korea top of the agenda. and a new report highlights the devastating scale of global malnutrition we witnessed the recovery of a teenage girl whose image was or has become a symbol of yemen suffering.
by the skyline of indonesian harbor or off the coast of the italian riviera. welcome back well the remnants of typhoon damrey of now breaking up across china but still some heavy rain likely to be affecting vietnam laos and further south into parts of cambodia generally though across this region is fine across much of taiwan hong kong this look looking good and north vietnam no problems there with annoy seeing twenty two degrees as a nice and generally across last we'll see a scattering of showers which will probably increase as we head on through into monday for yangon indeed the bulk of me i'm out of the weather at the moment isn't looking too bad at all now heading into southeastern parts of asia we've got showers right across the philippines further south it's looking fairly wet across a border no surprises there really but for much of java should stay dry for the bulk of the day and then up through the mill a potential we have those singapore and kuala lumpur further north some showers
developing into the gulf of thailand but bangkok i think we'll see some bright weather now for south asia the monsoon is still looking fairly lively across the far south in fact this is when the monsoon starts to reach its peak for the bulk of india and for bangladesh the poor weather conditions are looking dr fine thirty there is a high in delhi on sunday simmers or temperature head on through into monday and fine across the bulk of pakistan with highs of thirty six expected in karachi the weather sponsored by cat time release. the consequence of. that just doesn't go away. out of true for the last couple years. he's homeless. follows a group of u.s. army veterans traumatized by war. as they struggle to get their lives back shelter at this time zero.
welcome back you're watching i'll just their home sell rob and a reminder of our top stories saudi arabia says it shot down a long range ballistic missile fired from yemen over its capital riyadh beauty revels in the yemen say they launched a missile that traveled five hundred kilometers across the border. and there's also been a major shake up of the saudi cabinet amongst the casualties the national guard minister prince meant they have been a lot has been fired he was the last seen the royal in government not closely connected with the current king's the man or his son and heir crown prince mohammed
bin salma. in a shocking move in lebanon the prime minister has resigned the really made the announcement in a televised address from the saudi capital riyadh he said he was stepping down for fear of assassination really was or has lashed out at iran and its lebanese ally hezbollah are accusing both of destabilizing the country. donald trump has kicked off his twelve day tour of asia in japan the longest trip to the region by u.s. president and every twenty five years the hill move on to south korea and china before traveling south to vietnam and the philippines. in tokyo looks at what's in store for trouble in japan. japan the first stop on president donald trump's twelve day trip to asia his longest abroad since taking office here and throughout his trip a great deal of focus will be on the mounting tension over north korea's missile and nuclear program. depends prime minister shinzo of it was the first head of
state to visit trump even before he was sworn in as president mr prime minister the two leaders have a tight relationship will play a round of golf and have a steak dinner out with their spouses on sunday monday's meetings will be more formal including an audience with emperor akihito the most important thing for trump mr trump to do. during his stay in tokyo is to make sure and send a message that u.s. japan remain solid and japan and the prime minister are there he's on board with regard to north korea and with regard to china a recent poll in japan found nearly half of those asked about the leaders relationship said it was only good for the u.s. . japan is always wary of the united states reaction when talking about trump and i'm a bit afraid of what lies ahead of me sales continue to fly towards us but the united
states doesn't do anything so suddenly that it probably isn't wavering in who he is but i'm doubtful of whether he's really thinking about the interests of the united states all the rest of the world hawkish in dealing with north korea has kept the issue of the abduction of japanese citizens by north korea a live monday trouble visit some families of those who have been abducted. over eighteen thousand police officers will be on the streets of tokyo during president trump's visit one of the largest ever security personnel mobilizations and for the very first time in our female security team has been created from a law and ivanka trump as a candidate and as president trump has slammed unfair trade deals with asian nations but it's not expected he will talk much about this in japan the focus is expected to remain and how the two allies will deal with north korea it's got other al-jazeera. a ten year old girl living with cerebral palsy could be facing deportation from the united states mexican border rosa maria hernandez spent nine
days separated in a juvenile immigration detention center before being returned to her parents she's lived in the u.s. for all but three months of her life but has hired to do accounts through reports from laredo texas her future in the nation is now hanging in the balance. when rosso madea hernandez was born in mexico and diagnosed with cerebral palsy a doctor told her parents she would live in a vegetative state her mother refused to believe it hit me i knew my daughter could have a car and she would have a calm so the family bundled up their three month old baby and crossed the border into the united states to find better medical care then they stayed as undocumented immigrants when they thought i was so happy to see him and we told ourselves we did the right thing by bringing her hair. over the years and with regular therapy learned to walk to speak english and attended school she defied doctors'
predictions and became a happy sociable ten year old who considered herself american then on october twenty fourth on this a lonely stretch of highway the american dream of roe somebody and her family suddenly began to crumble a girl needed gallbladder surgery at a faraway hospital the only road there intersected by a border patrol checkpoint agents discovered the undocumented girl in the back of her ambulance at the checkpoint they were questioned heavily detained for about thirty minutes. and when it looked like everything was going to be ok they noticed that border patrol agents were following them at the hospital armed agents waited outside the girl's operating room the next morning they arrested her from her hospital bed and took it to a government detention center for children in pain from surgery and separated from
her family the plight of the disabled ten year old quickly provoked public outcry a lawsuit and calls from politicians for her release a border patrol spokesman said in a statement that agents had followed the law but nine days later the government balance to the pressure and allowed the girl to return to her parents'. thank you to the government for letting my dogs have be with me. but the family's troubles are not over rosa maria is still under deportation proceedings and a federal judge has asked why the child's mother had not also been arrested and it only makes sense that with an unhinged. border patrol and. immigration enforcement which has been promoted and encouraged by the trump administration these kinds of things can have happened for now the family's future in the u.s. remains uncertain their case seen around the country as
a possible sign of what's to come. castro al-jazeera laredo texas to europe now or else of catalan leader colors boojum or has urged all political parties in favor of casserly a session from spain to form a coalition for the region's election in december and more posted the message on twitter you know he's currently in belgium a european arrest warrant has been issued for him and four of his allies they face charges of rebellion sedition and misuse of public funds for pursuing a referendum to break away from spain. almost every country in the world is affected by paul nutrition that's the stark finding of this year's global nutrition report it says that's a big burden on one hundred forty countries that were studied the report says one hundred fifty five million children under five suffer from stunted growth it means they're not as tall as they should be for their age fifty two million children worldwide do not weigh as much as they should according to their height and obesity
too is on the rise in almost every country affecting two billion people a third of men and women in north america for example are obese it's affecting children as well from both high and low income countries with forty one million under the age of five considered overweight. the war in yemen has left millions of people with an adequate access to food natasha going then takes a look at the devastating effects of the conflict and we do warn you that you may find some of the images in her report disturbing you arms and legs like twigs barely able to hold her head up and looking more like a child. saida became a haunting reminder of yemeni suffering last year. this year nineteen year olds aida is strong enough to smile play with her siblings and even do chores for her family of ten but she's still suffering she can't chew her diet consists of
biscuits milk and juice and she didn't have enough energy for an interview. i cannot afford her medical treatment it's costly in the end i gave up some benevolent people came to help and took a treatment now she's back here but still well. the global nutrition report says almost every country is grappling with serious nutrition issues ranging from what it calls undernourishment to obesity that means millions of stunted children and mimic women and a rise in obesity across the globe in yemen the issue is exacerbated by a more than two and a half year war that's created what the u.n. describes as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world earlier this year it warned that yemen and twenty million people across africa were at risk of starvation. in
yemen in yemen there are more than ten million children and gone need of humanitarian aid one and a half million of suffering from malnourishment three hundred seventy thousand from acute mel nourishment saeeda tripled her weight in the last year but her father earns only a dollar a day and says he needs help feeding his family lives and that i will have it the aid is not reaching us if you are destined to receive a bag of flour it takes ages. the global nutrition report says forty five percent of children in the world die from nutrition related issues yet only one percent of global aid is you're marked for addressing them that's why there's an urgent call for greater funding and understanding that properly nourished people are the engines of economic development natasha going to al-jazeera.
you're watching are just there i'm still robin these are our top stories saudi arabia says it shot down a long range ballistic missile fired from yeven over its capital riyadh hooty rebels in yemen say they launched a missile that traveled five hundred kilometers a spokesman for the rebels told al-jazeera they launched a birken to hate missile towards riyadh late on saturday there's also been a major shake up of the saudi cabinet among the casualties of the national guard minister present there been of the law has been fired he was the last seen the role of government not closely connected with king's cell or his son and heir the crown prince mohammed bin sole man and in a shocking move for the lebanese prime minister he's resigned saad hariri made the announcement in a televised address from the saudi capital riyadh he said he was stepping down for fear of assassination hariri also lashed out at iran and its lebanese ally has been
accusing both of destabilizing the region. and been drop aeration to push isel out of the last trip of land it controls in syria because of the way russian jets are pounding kemal all the syria iraq border the countryside outside the city of their resort six civilians were killed after residential areas were hit the syrian army's elite forces under reining in the back to shia militia and hezbollah fighters are leading the operation on the ground. asked of counselor leader karl as brigid maher has urged all political parties in favor of catalonia succession from spain to form a coalition for the region's election in december posted the message on twitter from belgium european arrest warrant was issued for him bad for of his allies they face charges of rebellions addition a misuse of public funds for pursuing the referendum. yes president donald trump kicks starts his twelve day visit to asia during which will visit japan south korea
china vietnam and the philippines and also try and build support for a tougher stance on north korea i'll be back with more news in thirty minutes here on out is there a next it's inside story. imagine you can't go to school thea dr travel when you want and feel constantly looking down on the ten million people that's live life without a nationality but why in twenty seventeen or so many people in this position and what can we do about it this is inside story.