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hello i'm sam is a than this is the news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes tough talk from saudi arabia as it accuses iran of direct military aggression and takes aim at lebanon. north korea's take six test of a nuclear device and its missiles launchers are a threat not only to the people of south korea but to the people all across our globe donald trump warns the u.s. is prepared to use my attraction against north korea but opens the door for talks. gunman stormed a television station in afghanistan's capital and take hostages where live from kabul with the off them off. the vice president has consistently. and persistently. exhibited traits. of history. zimbabwe's president
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is number two the latest twist in a succession battle. saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed is accusing iran of what could be an act of war by supplying both the rebels in the yemen with a missile fired towards riyadh it's the latest development amid escalating tensions in the region saudi air defense forces you remember intercepted that ballistic missile on saturday although the houthi rebels claimed responsibility how the leaders say the weapon was supplied by iran now the iran bank who sees a warning saudi and u.a.e. airports are within their firing range and could be the next targets saudi arabia is also taking aim at lebanon its warning that it will be dealt with as government has declared war against riyadh lebanon's prime minister saddle how do you blame
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the iran and hezbollah of destabilizing the region how do you see who resigned while and beyond on saturday has arrived in abu dhabi for talks. so to hold him now joins us joins us rather live from beirut so i guess those words from riyadh must be raising concerns in beirut. no doubt really strong language some analysts are even saying that to these statements by saudi officials a number of saudi officials are unprecedented and they're analyzing this as a declaration of war against eleven on telling levanon lebanese leaders need to choose between peace or terror in other words telling them not to cooperate or deal with hezbollah now hezbollah of course is a party that has an armed wing its arms has always been a source of contention in lebanon its forces are fighting alongside the syrian president bashar assad but hezbollah is also a political party it has members in government it has members in parliament it has
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allies it has supporters here so telling lebanese leaders to choose between a terror and and peace really so people are concerned and some statements are even saying there are those who will stop hezbollah and make them return to the caves of southern lebanon so very tough rhetoric in fact threatening levanon but not saying or stopping short of saying what action they are going to take it is clear that saudi arabia is not going to accept hezbollah in the government but what else are they going to ask for this crisis to be resolved are they going to ask for hezbollah as arms to be disarmed for as well as to be this armed that is definitely not going to happen and hezbollah is not going to accept that it's not exactly a best time if there ever was one to be leaderless you've got a prime minister has resigned a broad who's running the show right now in lebanon to go through the political process. well the president has been holding meetings over the past two days ever since the shop resignation mainly with the heads of the difference and thirty agencies in the country as well as the army to make sure that the security
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situation remains stable people are worried as well about the economy what effect this will have on the economy the president also holding talks with business leaders and the economy. minister but at the end of the day we heard from the president and we heard from the speaker of parliament they are not considering the resignation formal not that yet they won't accept it until they hear from the prime minister himself they want to understand the circumstances behind this resignation so this whole constitutional process is now on hold because what is supposed to happen when a prime minister resigns and there's a political vacuum the president needs to hold parliamentary consultations and those consultations he will then appoint a prime minister but who will replace saddam he has to be a son a muslim which then the muslim in lebanon what figure will be accepted by all sides who need a consensual figure in order for this crisis to be resolved a national unity government but clearly the political price and that has now worsened and people are worried that it's going to be a prolonged political paralysis in the country all right we'll leave it there for
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now good stuff then to hold that in beirut omaha nabatean is an iranian analyst at middle east oil he joins us now from all good to have you with us so if you look at the some of the saudi statements that have been coming out of an act of aggression an act of war warnings against lebanon warnings against iran has iran deliberately escalated this conflict particularly by providing the hoa fees with ballistic missiles as the saudi narrative goes that can target riyadh. well i think this crisis is more reflective of the internal situation in saudi arabia than the country's external environment the crown prince mohammed bin man has clearly gone on the night of the long knives he's conducted extensive purges apparently with the blessing of some sections of the u.s. administration and i think this is more reflective of their internal situation in terms of the missiles being fired look i mean the yemenis they have very
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substantial stockpiles of ballistic missiles dating back from the one nine hundred eighty s. and it's very easy for them to modify these missiles with a view to hitting targets deep inside saudi arabia and contrary to what saudi military officials have been saying in the past forty eight hours or so this was not a long range ballistic missile this was a mid range ballistic missiles that had been modified and also why did the way they get those missiles prompted. well these missiles as i said some of them date back from the one nine hundred eighty s. some of them were supplied by iraq in the mid to late one nine hundred eighty s. and and some by the former soviet union yemen is awash with weapons but none of them came from iran. well i mean that that is obviously subject to some dispute i mean weapons may be getting in but i think you can't you can't categorically say yes the saudis are saying that this ballistic missile originated from iran there's no evidence for that. at the same time we've got the resignation of lebanon's prime minister happening in the saudi capital well we had
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missiles flying towards riyadh and now these strong saudi warnings i mean this sequence of events are not a coincidence are they. well this appears to be an artificial scenario and it's being engineered by the saudi leadership i mean look when saddle how do you believe left beirut following his meeting with. the the chief consultant to the reigning leader on the un external policy here to be in buoyant mood by by all credible accounts it's only when he was in saudi arabia that he appears to been forced into that position and also bear in mind that all the all the credible institutions in lebanon including the security services have come out and said there's absolutely no evidence that there was a plot against his life do you think i mean what do you think the next alister might be you expect a push against hezbollah to marginalize has bely in lebanon and how might this from
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the saudi perspective a move to contain iranian influence next well i think it is very difficult to say especially in view of the volatility of the current saudi leadership i mean mohamed man he's undertaken a very risky venture because the house of saud historically is achieved relative stability because it had multiple centers of power mohamed pencil man appears to want to make that system much more united if you will and he's moving against different power centers including the man who led the national guard. and so there's a large degree of volatility in there they've certainly taken a much more aggressive line in foreign policy since twenty fifteen but i think it will be very difficult for the saudi leadership to make any moves against hezbollah in lebanon simply because their policy is still not yet fully aligned with the israeli or the american ones it's only the israelis who can make real trouble
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eleven on and as far as we know so far all the indications are that the israelis are shying away from a large scale conflict in lebanon or i will leave it for now good to get your analysis on that. storm the television station in afghanistan they took over the building after an explosion in the capital kabul a security guard died the siege is now over and the station has risk you broadcast correspondent jennifer glass joins us live from kabul so the first obvious one whodunit. that's right so i mean we know that on of the attack happened just before noon today the head of the news director of the agency says that the guard the attackers were dressed as police throwing grenades at their guards killing one of the guards before storming into that t.v. station and firing weapons that siege went on for a couple of hours sammy and during that time the t.v. station simply had a slate up. they went off the air raid no no real programming going on
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a lot of the people who worked at the station employees of the stations jumped out of the second or third floor in order to escape those gunmen after they heard that first explosion now we're hearing from the governor of balck in the north calling this latest attack saying that this these are these are these attackers are trying to dampen freedom of expression the stations news director said that this will not stop them they will continue to work bravely he said to support freedom of expression here in afghanistan and the first thing they did once the siege ended was send their camera people in and get the station back on the air taliban have said they had not behind this attack do we know who is. we're not exactly sure there are reports that the islamic state has claimed responsibility through its media agency but has provided no proof
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a lot of times we'll see videos of the suicide attackers are of the attackers. as some sort of proof so islamic state claiming responsibility but offering no evidence of that attack they of course have claimed responsibilities for other attacks here in kabul but sami you know it's dangerous to afghan journalists is nothing new here last year thirteen journalists at least thirteen journalists died here in afghanistan making it the second most dangerous place in the world to be a journalist behind syria last year this year at least two journalists have died i know that a number of t.v. stations have been under threat but the head of this t.v. station said they hadn't received any threats before this attack happened all right jennifer glass thanks for that. trump says the u.s. and its allies are prepared to use military action against north korea but he's open to negotiations to end on the nuclear weapons program trump has been meeting south korea's leader in seoul so the two men were on the same page on north korea
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he's on his second leg of his maiden tour of asia. kathy novak joins us now from seoul so we know the two leaders have been meeting what's coming out of that meeting. well as expected the focus was very much on the threat coming out of north korea and the need for south korea and the united states to work together to tackle that threat donald trump saying that this is a worldwide problem that needs a worldwide solution then president moon was talking about bolstering south korea's capability to defend itself the two years finalize an earlier deal that would look for strictures on the payload for south korean missile donald trump also said that he's in negotiation and with south korea on the kerchiefs of billions of dollars worth of u.s. military equipment of course that donald trump happy because he says that will work towards alleviating the trade deficit between the two countries he also said that
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he sees some progress when it comes to the north korean problem and that china's president xi jinping is doing a lot to help now you wouldn't be drawn directly on the possibility of direct talks with north korea in the past he had suggested that that might be a waste of time and also president moon who has in the past pushed for dialogue engagement said again that right now the circumstances do not lend themselves to allowing for dialogue but that he hopes that further pressure and sanctions would bring north korea to the negotiating table here's a little of what both of us had to say all nations must implement u.n. security council regulations and see straight and business entirely with north korea it is unacceptable that nations would help to arm and finance this increasingly dangerous regime as we work together to resolve this problem using all
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available tools short of military action. the united states stands prepared to defend itself and its allies using the full range of our unmatched military capabilities if need be but. the united states has strong sanctions on north korea and i think it will have an effective impact and with china joining the united states it will bring force to the sanctions on north korea with all these international diplomatic policies i think when there are changes being made it will bring north korea back to the negotiating table b.j. kim is in the junks professor of foreign studies that one could get inverse to and the former south korean diplomat joins us now live from seoul good to have you with us first of all how do you think of the comments by president trump will go down in seoul is that what people wanted to hear there so far so good i thought what is
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there today who are quiet. you know for the people who've been bracing for the prizes and words so far he has mentioned a few of the your best politics but some some purpose statement of his. you know the press press gathering but the however overall it's been in many of the through the worse for the body a source or part in terms of making you know overall keeping the feelings here kind of his that. is from succeeding in convincing some of those asian allies to shoulder more of the security cost and responsibility in the region something which he talked immensely about at least when he was on the campaign trail. right security cause you know one of the important part of this trip today was his visit to the camp for his then campus was built ninety percent korean contribution about close to nine billion
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u.s. dollars for building it and he expressed his surprise and a strong impression about how great this base is it which is in fact largest us overseas it's big and he expressed his all there and korean side i guess so we noticed there's been a feeling of hope that he would go a little bit easy on his demand on a cost sharing on military presence here after seeing how much korea has contributed to building this came camp humphries all right b.j. came thanks for analysis on that we're going to continue to talk about this and let's get you some live pictures coming out of the south korean capital seoul what we're looking at. pictures while some people may be welcoming the sort of message that came from the u.s. president and. expressing that so far so good sentiment we just heard from.
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obviously that's not universal some people in the south korean capital that we're looking at right now not happy with the u.s. president's trip and message to so. plenty more still ahead on the news hour including with climate change causing more floods and storms the netherlands is now showing how prevention is better than cure. i'm just feeling i'm saving nine lives right now so. yes i think anybody. think about it. so doggy escort service passengers take stray dogs from mexico to new homes four thousand kilometers away and find out why international football friendly's may become a thing of the past. a supreme court in papua new guinea has rejected an application to restore
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electricity food and water services to the man asylum detention center six hundred refugees are refusing to leave the former australian run facility despite it being closed last week they say it's not safe for them to move to new accommodation in the local community amnesty international says the ruling puts the refugees lives in danger. as a lawyer representing the refugees he says the men have been stabbed by locals a man a silent. well normally it takes a long time for the appeals to be ahead but we will be able to file for us they have placation so that we will put in as of us by already. we will advise the court and we want to move that it is in the soonest possible that had been instances some through of assaulting the asylum seekers tom has been. hospitalized. in ponds and saw that kind of a monster for us to live to be tried as they moved around within the community in
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the tom erie and so. there is no guarantee that if they go on to. instances like this can happen to them or there is a sea of them not being able to be looked up. from the current dems in the senate to on the look. now water is being released from overflowing reservoirs in viet-nam to prevent more floods after typhoon damrey brought heavy rain rescuers say sixty nine people have been killed thirty others are still missing tens of thousands of people have been forced from their homes storm is disrupting preparations for a regional economic summit that will be attended by the presidents of the u.s. russia and china. world leaders and scientists are meeting in germany for the annual u.n. climate change conference now many parts of the world are already feeling the effects of rising sea levels stream weather and floods cities are looking for ways
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to strengthen their defenses they're turning to the netherlands for answers lawlessly reports from rotterdam. a city which at its lowest lies six metres below sea level has for centuries had to work out how to keep the people dry if you didn't know how to do it nowadays you wouldn't even notice the wall at the end of the bridge is actually levied against flooding the road raised above the level of the houses to keep the water from the other side the spaces they used as basketball courts and open air theaters but there are also huge basins to capture rainwater the thing they figured out is how to make flood defenses work for cities we must add quality to the city. and that can be done in an integrated way so you can choose for a concrete wall but you also can choose for. a landscape in the shape of a levee with on top of it and that's and that's an end in quality but it's also
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creating more flexibility. the netherlands was forced to address is geographic weakness in the one nine hundred fifty three when a huge storm pushed the north sea inland nearly two thousand people died they realized they had to do something enormous to protect the entire dutch seaboard this giant barrier is the first line of defense for rotterdam the dutch are full forty years after the great flood of nine hundred fifty three to complete the infrastructure in. sorry to keep the north sea out of the netherlands and of course . every day some of the projects are going on of course it's all underpinned by a belief that you have to work with the war rather than against it and of course the political will to make it happen. a stream in rotterdam the chinese are visiting being shown a pretty open space it's actually a flood place and they're impressed and want to copy it. it's carefully designed we could use some of it in china we have already implemented some and we are hoping to work with the netherlands much more they are the only ones there the amsterdam was
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a conference thirty global mayors listening to the mayor of rotterdam tell them spending on prevention is far cheaper than having to evacuate their cities but if you do the math and you see the amount of money that you pay aftermath in the aftermath to repair the damage there will be i think more money than we spent at prevention. building a resilient system of water defense. in a year when hoost and found itself under water in the us president disavowed the powers claim it's a cold the overarching message is this even if you don't believe in climate change think of flood defense as a business opportunity and when we do. we will die but the moment we embrace the opportunities also climate change brings up and we can see the added value for our environment our people but also to me to many people the evidence of twenty seventeen is that the terrifying prospect of the sea taking over is beginning to
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come true the better news is that the duchess figured out at least some of the answers and very many others are listening to lawrence lee al jazeera role to them . now the u.s. air force is in vesting i think how it handled the criminal records of the gunman behind sunday's church shooting in texas twenty six people including children were killed when former ammon david kelly entered the church and opened fire the air force says it failed to hand over information about kelly's previous domestic assault charges to a national database. i think calling takes a look back at the history of gun violence in the us this is a couple of dozen more states that are running out of the school and it wasn't the first mass shooting but it shocked the country columbine high school in colorado thirteen dead and you are getting shot already really that was nine hundred ninety nine these scenes only continued to the point it can seem that nowhere is safe not
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a movie theater twelve an army base thirteen casualties a holiday party fourteen killed. a navy yard in washington d.c. twelve more victims shot dead. a college thirty two killed it is an act of evil on a scale that we've never seen in this country before. this time the world heard what a mass casualty sounds like captured on cell phone video the sounds of a massacre under way and then the unthinkable small children that should have been safe in their school mowed down young man wearing black and heavily armed entered the school and started firing the day they killed twenty small children in the picture of innocence lost the nation more than a president demanded background checks for gun purchases the people overwhelmingly wanted it still it couldn't pass congress the powerful gun lobby won and it
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continued. we watched victims cower in the bathroom of a night club hidden amid some of the forty nine dead in florida. and then last vegas. an outside concert fifty eight killed more than five hundred people injured all shot by powerful weapons that the shooter legally altered so that they could fire at this rate. the white house didn't want to talk about guns after last august but some here on capitol hill were there were discussions that they could ban those kits that are used to make the guns fire so rapidly turns out though it was just talk now another twenty six dead added on to the long list of victims of gun violence but according to president trump it is still not time to talk about guns in america we have a lot of mental health problems in our country as do other countries but this isn't
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a guns situation the trouble ministration and congress did do one thing about guns they got rid of a rule that would have kept severely mentally ill people from buying guns they are just like turning kids covered in blood columbine happened more than one thousand years ago it is no longer listed among the top ten most deadly shootings the reaction of so many people today was oh no not again another high school columbine yes it would happen again again and again pedicle hayne al-jazeera washington. well a few moments we'll have the weather with rob but still ahead on al-jazeera. i don't believe. she was just a child. children increasingly become collateral damage and president rather eager that out there is war on drugs in the philippines and in sports a stray as most famous horse race is dominated by one irish family and they will be here that story.
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from the neon lights of asia. to the city that never sleeps. hello on saturday you may remember a typhoon went through south central vietnam now i went to show you what love the rain fell north of the heart near downtown and it hasn't stopped raining since the cloud is still there bright white top clouds moving up to high now as well as a result of that there is still flooding just south of that i'm is holy and a beautiful unesco site famous for its buildings a mix of colonial french vietnamese chinese and japanese it's on the coast it's used to flooding but this is a little excessive more than a meter in some places half meters fairly common cause has been there since saturday now this is not common very obviously and it's long lasting nature is
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becoming a bit more than an annoyance for the forecasters isn't that brilliant either it seems like this you don't really want it to rain anymore well in the last twenty four hours we've seen two hundred millimeters on the coast just to the north bit less in the high end and i but this is the area where it's still raining and if i push you ahead twenty four hours the on shore breeze means this green still shows rain otherwise rain green on the coast of vietnam right up to southwestern china it doesn't stop for the following twenty four hours but two hundred more millimeters are still there to come. the weather sponsored by the time race. ambitious endeavor to create drought proof crops amazing to think that the plan b. so here that look now looks completely mind and international efforts to combat the pests that threaten so they bring in there's an. office just like
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a doctor write your prescription you're doing the same thing here you're writing a prescription for the farmer and six blows inspiring advances to farming for the future this time. one of the really special things that work in progress here is that even as a camera woman i get to have so much empathy and contribution to a story i feel we cover this region better than anyone else working for it is you know it's very challenging liberally particularly because you have a lot of people that are divided on political issues we are the people we live to tell the real stories are just mended is to deliver in-depth journalism we don't feel inferior to the audience across the globe.
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welcome back you're watching out there time to recap our headlines now saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed is accusing iran of an act of war for supplying who the rebels in yemen with a missile that was fired towards riyadh saudi air defense forces intercept the ballistic missile on saturday. saudi arabia says lebanon will be dealt with as a government that has declared a war against the country seven and prime minister sagal how do you blame the iran has a lot of the stabilizing the region how do you resigned while in riyadh he is now in the united arab emirates for talks. u.s. president donald trump has left open the door for negotiations over north korea but said his country and its allies in the region can take military action against pyongyang if needed trump has been meeting his south korean counterpart in seoul where he said the two men were on the same page as far as south korea was concerned
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. the u.n. has called for an end to what it calls a catastrophic blockade on the yemen on tuesday fuel prices went up by over sixty percent cooking gas prices doubled that was after saudi arabia cut all aid access to the country the u.n. says it's looking at whether the closure constitutes unlawful collective punishment our diplomatic editor james spader's has more. if ever there was any doubt zimbabwe's leader is listening his tight hold of power this isn't one of them the ministry of information made the shock announcement at the vice president's foreign to a group of reporters and he didn't mince his words it did become evident that to his. charge.
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this is the man who's out. seen him happier times with robert mugabe and his wife at the long time leader. nicknamed the crocodile because of his shrewdness some ruthlessness against rivals has apparently fallen on his sword and god has been bombing gobby side since he came to power nine hundred forty years ago having food in the struggle for independence from britain he's popular with military generals and war veterans and now seventy five year old once proud he took his reputation as a destroyer and a killer before becoming a born again christian despite his lengthy union with the president coming to a brisk end there were mixed feelings on the streets of harare if i take. this message. to say this is shocking i don't know where we are going and who is next. and political rivals say all of this smacks of robert mugabe's wife push to power
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she's known to have had a public spat. over the weekend and it previously one thousand three year old husband to remind him with him gone that could happen. as once when it is all very close he would present the government but it has one major weakness . either way if grace mugabi is named a new vice president successor at the party's conference next month in the mugabe dynasty is independence leadership continues unabated. al-jazeera. let's clear that one out that was talking about the dismissal of zimbabwe's vice president all we can do now is listening to all diplomatic james bays on what the u.n. is doing about the humanitarian situation in yemen. the humanitarian situation in yemen is one of the grey vista in the world it's so bad a child under the age of five dies in the country every ten minutes from causes
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that should be preventable twenty million people out of a population estimated at twenty seven million are in need of humanitarian assistance but it appears for now all international aid is being cut saudi arabia has announced it's completely blockading the country cutting all air sea and land links it's a reaction to a missile fired towards riyadh by the who these who control a large part of yemen including the capital sanaa to u.n. flights into the country have already been blocked and we're trying to see whether we can get our normal access restored and we're hopeful that we will be able to continue our normal operations we once more. underscore to all parties the need for regular humanitarian access to all parts of yemen that are in need when the u.n. says it's hopeful its aid can soon resume that's only based on the fact that the
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saudis current blockade is said to be temporary when you look at the words the u.n. is using it's clear they're treading carefully the reality is that saudi arabia has been making restrictions on the aid medicine and food allowed into yemen for years after facing turmoil conflict and an ongoing cholera epidemic the conditions in yemen can only be described as dire and they look set to worsen even further jamesburg al-jazeera at the united nations. now the united states and turkey have partially resumed to processing visas the us stopped issuing visas in turkey last month after a consulate employee was arrested in istanbul and queues of having links to businessmen federal law glenn and response turkey suspended its own nonimmigrant visa for u.s. nationals turkey's prime minister banally yielded in is urging washington to extradite girland is being blamed for last year's failed military coup. the
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philippine government says its war on drugs is producing results. are on the rise with a large number of deaths linked to police operations general allen dog and reports from the city in the northern philippines. charlie genes last message to her mother was when a pope and redemption she was an only child and had become pregnant at the age of fourteen but she was optimistic about her future on looked over the twenty third charley gene was asleep in her boyfriend's house when police came knocking that operation left five people dead including charlie sheen and her boyfriend aaron and their unborn child the from the called. the police say they were responding to a distress call and that parents group was involved in assassinations and the illegal drugs trade. i don't believe. she was just
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a child the neighbors heard her begging for her life she was saying please don't shoot me i'm pregnant please just let me leave the house i saw her body at the morgue her eyes were open i couldn't recognize her across the country these are become familiar scenes children are killed in police operations last year the government says it will make those was possible accountable but not a single conviction has been made the philippine government says president would be good to tary to spite against crime is being effective as a result the number of what they call index crimes such as kidnapping and theft have all gone down but home asides continue to rise and the government is unable to explain why according to the commission and human rights that is because deaths related to the war on drugs and those killed in police operations have been classified as either homicide cases or deaths under investigation was the
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government has been disputing claims that extrajudicial killings committed by the state have surpassed the ten thousand mark. government is really in the. about the. human rights crisis that is currently. being faced by so many people on the ground but even president dare to admits he is unable to control the police force if in need for deep breath. and enjoy the peace that is being enjoyed now and. but for the families of those like charlie geno have been killed in police operations there can be no peace without justice. duggan al-jazeera this city lives on northern philippines. now it's been two years in sierra leone was first officially declared free it was
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the worst outbreak in history as health care systems struggle to fight the epidemic needed every state so local what has changed since then. in freetown sierra leone's capital streets are bustling again as people lives for ebola survivor juliana says say it's a different story. like many a bullet survivors says a twenty two suffers from after effects from the disease mainly vision problems she says every time she goes to health clinics no one has time to see here she says she's not the only one we asked. so many out. sierra leone has more than four thousand ebola survivors and the ministry of health and sanitation has set up a specific program for them with free health care but there are challenges during the a ball of crisis unleavened doctors and almost three hundred health care workers die from the disease in sierra leone making an already weak health care system even weaker syrians chief medical officer admits there is still
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a lack of resources we do not have adequate numbers. you know she is. he adds there have been improvements to such as fast response teams and emergency operation centers. and health care workers are now better trained in i.p.c. or infection prevention and control. more on how you choose. what you do. what you want to do you do your hand washing before and after. liberia along with guinea and sierra leone are also recovering from accusations of fraud a recent investigation by the red cross says two point four million dollars disappeared during the crisis but there are signs of hope there are plans to tour in this area just outside freetown we're in a treatment center once was into
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a five hundred bed hospital good news for people here who currently have to travel to another town for treatment but it is in the sea they have two. small she others are just thinking about what the country endured for me. not. even the war of. course unity because. but on this anniversary for sesay her feeling is only frustration needed to freeze al-jazeera freetown sierra leone. mexico has too many street dogs repeated sterilization campaigns have not been able to fix the problem and now comes a radical new idea john heilemann explains. it's the end of another trip post at the un is heading from mexico back to canada but this time she's taking some unusual luggage ciccio. and the ball on the mules and eight other mexican
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street dogs it's part of an innovative program from n.g.o.s backstreet dogs they find people already traveling and willing to take home one to canines to new homes in canada as part of their baggage like i'm just feeling i'm saving nine lives right now so. yes i think anybody that looks on you mustn't think about it. it all started with a problem gabby and letty were rescuing lots of strays in pointless state mexico but no one to take them in first culture you know we are not. we are not dedicated . this is not that. i don't want. to found she choked by the side of a motorway like many others in the shelter the last time the mets consensus of his from the starts moving twelve million dogs were living on the street two thirds of the country's canine population homeless. gabby and let's say discovered
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a solution that airlines would let them fly dogs to canada cheaply all for free as long as they could find travelers willing to take them. now she chose the right one of more than two hundred fifty days sent north there's plenty of demand especially as in some canadian cities you can't buy a dog a tool only adopt. after getting through the airport he meets his new family yeah. it's going to be interesting as. i'm sure you know adopting russian whatever as we go along and commands and whatever but it's just right now it's surreal another dog actually flew in this morning from mexico. finally ciccio gets to his new home. from straight to pump of it's been a happy ending for at least this mexican dog. john home and al jazeera
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mexico. well still to come on al-jazeera unspoiled the n.b.a. palling threshold but couldn't say the songs from the field.
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welcome back in today's instant digital world many libraries have to shrug off stuffy and silent image cutters new national library opens on tuesday as part of the country's effort to refocus its economy and explains. when emotions are reduced
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to him and a handful of tweeted letters scattered across the internet can inspire the world or plunge it into despair words have weight and print is still powerful if you recall the first word in the qur'an is read i think that that's really going to be leading the people to use this library to operate and to understand the resources in a region in a country that has a long tradition of loving the written words this is qatar's new national library these shelves can hold around one point two million books racks of history fiction and reference sit alongside computers music studios three d. printers stages for musical and feared her performances and on a lower floor out of direct sunlight ancient texts for researchers to study. this is the heritage library it's got over twenty six thousand printed books over
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four thousand nine you scripts it's got over thirty thousand photographs and over twelve hundred moms but the staff here at the library know that if they wanted to be a success they have to appeal to a different type of reader as well children to do that they're banishing what used to be a basic requirement in libraries silence we think of a library as. a noisy place so it's a noisy children's library and we encourage children to express themselves however they feel we believe in learning through play and this is why you can find a lot of toys here and a library that supported their cognitive development in addition to their love of reading. since the one nine hundred seventy s. economy has been driven by its vast oil and gas reserves but eventually those will start to shrink the new qatar national library is part of a plan to move the economy to one based largely on knowledge and education but this
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is a tremendous investment and it's an investment not just in this building but it's an investment in education and research for the country i think it's got a huge role to play in creating the next generation of of readers students and we hope leaders too for the staff of the new national library the printed word either real or in cyberspace is key to qatar's future rob matheson al-jazeera. and these here to take us through all the support thank you so much sami while australia's most famous horse race turned into a concert between a father and son from island the one hundred and fifty seventh melbourne cup was won by reed kendal and trained by young irish trayner bryant known as the race that stops and events is the world's richest see my handicap it's worth close to five million dollars we can link just doubt you had this for me which is trained by joseph father aiden max dynamite finish third making it
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a one two three for irish trayner forces hope ryan is the youngest ever training to win the race while this was a second race victory frustrated jockey corey brown. carlos these places i honestly i can't believe it like it said to drain even destroying the rice for the coming and we need again it's just turning riots they are not so words are honestly awesome words. well champion jockey jammer a didn't get to ride in the race after suffering a b four earlier in the day where a skate serious injury put his horse there your money died for thousands. defending n.b.a. champions the golden state warriors have beaten the miami heat ninety seven eighty a rare low scoring outing and the brooklyn nets and the forgoing losing streak with a win over the phoenix suns the suns doesn't look her past three thousand career points during the game but i couldn't prevent this team losing ninety eight ninety eight. and football's world governing body is considering a huge shake up of the international game of faith i want to expand the idea of
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europe's new nations league and make it a global tournament many of the world's top footballers are on international duty this week taking part in friendly matches but for next year the nations league will see most friendlies disappearing from the fixture list instead european countries will take part in a competitive year round league event is in addition to the existing european championships and world cup. follow me closely on this one fifty five european teams will be divided into four leagues a b. c. and d. a will contain the best and the worst league a will include the likes of germany portugal and spain with teams competing to be crowned the nations league champions countries will be promoted and relegated between the ladies it's similar to how domestic club competitions work each edition will begin in september of an even dated year i will conclude the following year means a new champion to be crowned every two years in the competition also provide an alternative route to the european championships cross for not only well explains
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the thinking behind this new league. long term it might be a good solution and i actually there are a lot of merits to this idea shows how we have to accept it's incredibly confusing and it's going to take time to settle him because of course this competition will run similar tiniest way with things like in europe the qualification for major tournament to two things happening effectively at the same time what does go yes is international friendlies i think we've outgrown that there actually is seems a chore now with the rise of cod football in a way and people actually miss club football when it goes in the international breaks come about yes it's really in pole where nations are trying to qualify for world cup although the domestic told them it's but actually we've got to a stage now where just any old international friendly isn't doing it for the public in most countries so you can see what they're trying to change things it's just a very complicated process and it will take time the other good thing about it i
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think is actually trying to make less mismatched games we've all become a little bit fed up of mismatch that's not discouraging at all to smaller countries that should get a chance ultimately of qualifying for big bold words but you don't want to see teams winning i don't know to rank you but there's always a little bit of a concern that chile you'll find a major nation that's really failed in qualifying and doesn't deserve to qualify through this can be given. second chance is that fair i don't particularly think so if you failed you failed or found a friendly's go on in brazil are getting ready for games against japan and england the team are in france for the first of those games against japan brazil finished top of south american qualifying to reach next year's world cup finals in russia all the players saying they're desperate to banish the memory of that seven one semifinal defeat to germany in two thousand and. your skin seems poised to seem prudent i think it would be good if the world cup started in a couple of weeks because we are all doing well in our club we are playing good
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football with confidence because we are in the middle of the season and at this point we're in good shape maybe in june it's going to be a little bit different because we would be a little tired so that could be a big difference. and former italian international andrea pirlo has announced his retirement from the game comes after his team new york city f.c. were eliminated from the m.l.s. playoffs the thirty eight year old one of one hundred sixteen caps for italy and helped them win the two thousand and six world cup. david moyes has been named as the new manager of the english premier league west ham the former everton and manchester united boss quit as sunderland manager earlier on this year west ham fired sloven village on monday. said that is how your sport is looking for an outer banks and the. russia is holding loci events to mark a century since the one nine hundred seventeen bolshevik revolution and that's when the bolsheviks stormed the winter palace and petersburg revolution has been
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described by historians as the birth of the soviet union was roy giles reports from st petersburg. is being largely overlooked by russia's current leadership. their. old habits seem to die hard in st petersburg events marking the bolshevik revolution sent ten or at least something of the old celebrates reacts to the anniversary was unequivocal and so when the soviet times a day of pomp and ceremony but these days russians that was a thing it was demeaning after a while you start to reexamine these events and there was no unequivocal opinion on it is too complicated too many things are connected with it. at school we were told one thing then there was more information and we learnt the other side nothing is ever black and white there are ten different shades of this unease goes all the way to the top and we can. we see how ambiguous its results were how closely the
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negative and we must acknowledge the positive consequences of those events are intertwined let's ask ourselves was it not possible to follow an evolutionary path rather than go through a revolution. few beyond a handful of still committed communists would appreciate bombastic anniversaries like in the soviet days but it seems there's zero state enthusiasm for holding an official event even market moments that change the world it's not hard to see why putin's government finds the bolshevik revolution a difficult subjects that brought down an empire led to the murder of the former ruler and millions of citizens and shattered the global order of the day how do you follow all of that into modern russia's state indorsed mantra stability. the governments may be mostly mute but others aren't st petersburg's winter palace now houses the hermitage museum and it was down these corridors that revolutionaries
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ran a century ago to depose the provisional government's visitors to the near exhibition here can amongst other things see portraits of czars perforated by bayonets in one nine hundred seventeen. journalist and author because ego has set up project nine hundred seventeen which reports the revolution day by day as if it were happening now he's happy there's little official interest in today's russia sometimes almost all all the time history's being used as a propaganda tool so now in terms of nineteen seventeen there is no official putin approved person off that revolution and that's cool that means that we can discuss it we can explore it we can't make independent historical or media projects about that and we see no obstacles. whether it be
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packaged as education like make of projects or entertainments like this project it sounded like spectacular interested russians are talking about a revolution even if that government is. rory chalons al-jazeera said petersburg. that brings us the end of this show adrian finnegan he's back with more of the day's news and of course the website stay with us.
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