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the human immune system. a lot of find aside or essential oil is found in the forests my research has shown that forest trying to side reduce the stress hormones in relaxes us in the future the time may come when doctors prescribe the forest and the state of medicine tracing the fall from prosperity to financial ruin this is precisely the moment where we hear lies that nothing worse first will be enjoying the devastating impact to save the banks means also save the deposits for ordinary citizens and the failure to prevent disaster banks and political leaders are the people who needed to learn a lesson our gora from democracy to the markets at this time on al-jazeera.
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concerns grow for lebanon's prime minister a saudi arabia and kuwait tell their citizens to leave the country and mediately. i'm richelle carey this is al jazeera life from doha also coming up late emails from the u.a.e. ambassador to the u.s. allegedly show a plan to destabilize qatar's economy plus. celebrations in spain supreme court orders the release of the cattle on speaker on bail. a third revelation scientists say they're close to a breakthrough allowing crops to grow and deserts. kuwait has joined saudi arabia bahrain and the u.a.e. and ordering its citizens to leave lebanon on the country's been on the edge since
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the sudden resignation of prime minister saad hariri while on a visit to saudi arabia reclaims his life is under threat from his coalition partner the iran balked black group has a law that release political party is demanding he returned to beirut five days after he announced in riyadh that he was stepping down river his office says he's still in the saudi capital and denies reports that he's being held there against his will. in now that they're not used to. the return of prime minister saad hariri head of the future movement is necessary in order to restore the internal and external balance of lebanon with respect to liberties that just missy in accordance to the constitution and to the thai if accord and with respect to the arab and international legitimacy we confirm our support for prime minister saad hariri and for all the decisions he makes under any circumstances. as in our hotel reports from beirut politicians there are worried about a reason being the political party of saddle how do you say that it is necessary
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that the the prime minister immediately returns to lebanon saying that this is of course necessary to restore stability in the country the political party in that statement stopping short of actually saying that they believe the prime minister is detained that he is being held against his will in fact we called how did these office to ask them whether or not they believed this was the case and the response we got was we have no information so the political party saying he must return immediately there is throughout the day we have what we understand that even the president of the speaker of parliament they are concerned they are worried about the well being of saddle had e.d. and they've been in contact with foreign dignitaries to try to help them understand you know the fate of the he made a sudden announcement that he was resigning on saturday from riyadh and ever since he's made no other statement we've seen him yes in abu dhabi holding talks with the
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rulers there and the day before we saw him sitting with with the saudi king but we haven't heard from the prime minister himself so a lot of concern about the fate of saddam how did he at the same time saudi arabia calling on its citizens to immediately leave lebanon on statements like this undoubtedly is just going to cause even more tension saudi arabia making it very clear that it intends to step up action against lebanon or against those who who support hezbollah in lebanon the saudi state minister for gulf affairs actually tweeting and saying that expect escalatory measures but they're not saying what measures they're going to take against lebanon it has to be made clear that the saudi the resignation of saddam how did it was a saudi move against hezbollah and saudi officials have made it very clear to lebanese officials either you curb hezbollah's influence and you are on. on our side or you will be considered an enemy so very uncertain times in lebanon and president says he's been in contact with the re re and will discuss this case with
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the saudi crown prince during a visit to riyadh on thursday and our own is denying it has formally requested to go to france earlier her release office said he had met the french ambassador to saudi arabia in riyadh the whistleblower group global leaks has released what appears to be a plan by the united arab emirates to destabilize qatar as economy and jeopardize its hosting of the two thousand and twenty two football world cup the plan was found in hacked e-mails belonging to the iraqi ambassador to the u.s. use of. alan fischer ports in washington d.c. . you use colorful and controversial ambassador to the u.s. use of allah tiber has been at the center of leak controversies in the past in recent months it was claimed the u.a.e. paid influential think tanks to back their worldview in washington according to a series of leaked emails now it's alleged an elaborate overly ambitious plan to wage financial and economic war in qatar through bond and debt manipulation has
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reportedly been found on his computer according to the website the intercept they would then take these these bonds according to the plan and swap them back and forth among parties who from the outside look like they're independent but are actually the same people as like me and you're trading a bond back and forth and that creates an illusion of volatility and with people aware that there is this political crisis going on then they plan as they see this enhanced volatility and traders start to panic and say oh my god something must be going on here we need to sell our own our own could tare debt which drives the price down further the outline for the plan was allegedly drawn up by the private bank of a land although it's based in luxembourg it's owned by a british banking family with close ties to the u.a.e. the ultimate goal create a crisis which would force the qataris to step in to support their currency draining the country's cash reserves through these leaks the narrative in
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washington has changed from what was considered primarily to be. a response of qatari foreign policy to now a manufactured crisis by the other party to the conflict the u.a.e. and saudi arabia lead a group of mainly gulf nations which have imposed a partial blockade and cut off diplomatic relations to qatar international efforts to broker a settlement have come to nothing the scheme to interfere with the debt and bond market was always unlikely to succeed there are just too many variables but now it's been made public the financial markets will be watching more closely for any attempted manipulation alan fischer washington. spain's supreme court has ordered catalunya former parliamentary speaker to be held in custody until her one hundred seventy five thousand dollars bail is posted karma for could sell has been taken from court to a nearby prison earlier five other sacked cattle on politicians were released after appearing before a judge they to face charges of rebellion and sedition and other former members of
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the government and two pro independence leaders remain in custody waiting for a trial china hall has been following the case from barcelona. well after a mattress and day of hearings in the supreme court in madrid with the prosecution ardently arguing for karma for cordell the speaker of the now dissolved parliament in catalonia and five of its and p's to be jailed pending trial on charges of rebellion sedition and the misuse of public funds the judge in the supreme court decided instead to grant mrs ford codell her freedom conditional release on bail of a hundred seventy five thousand dollars when she's able to pay it four of the other m.p.'s out on twenty five thousand each and the fifth on conditional release they all have to pay regular visits to the court pending trial which could be a process some years in length in the meantime no madam for could ellen she is a significant figure in the independence movement here gets to return to barcelona
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and campaign freely towards the election due on december the twenty first an election that will be quite possibly be do or die for the independence movement here the independence movement deeply demoralized by the jailing of eight of its ministers in madrid its party split unable to reach a coalition agreement to campaign together to try and regain their parliamentary majority the haps the only rallying point they now have are these eight prisoners widely now being described as political prisoners and the hope that with these prisoners come more support to the goal. they british government setting march twenty ninth two thousand and nineteen as the official day it will exit the european union prime minister theresa may plans to use legislation to set that date emotions are currently stalled with the e.u. insisting on progress on the irish border ok financial obligations and the rights
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of the youth citizens in britain they also faces trouble at home with scandals forcing two ministers to resign just within the past week. mauritanian blogger facing the death penalty for a facebook post has been freed from prison mohammad all shake all marketeers sentence was overturned by an appeals court he's already served four years in jail for his post criticizing use of religion to justify discrimination in the country his trial saw thousands take to the streets demanding he be put to death in mars' later on so she is in vietnam for the apec meeting as controversy rages over her stance on the crisis human rights watch is urging world leaders to look into me and lars treatment for head minority man maher is in a formal member of apec but he was invited by vietnam's president more than eight hundred thousand rohingya have fled a military crackdown in rakhine state the military denies accusations of human rights abuses insisting operations are targeting armed groups the u.s.
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president says he's found common ground with china's leader over the crisis on the korean peninsula there's plenty of paul and ceremony in beijing for donald trump's visit adrian brown reports. china's leaders know how to put on a good show and to make important visitors feel on. the finally chewed welcoming ceremony was far more lavish than the one given president trump's previous as. president xi jinping has rolled out a very long red carpet for trump who ensured his tie was color coordinated. the two leaders talked for several hours later before the cameras trump surprised his host by saying the u.s. trade deficit with china wasn't all china's fooled and i have great respect for you for the because you're representing china but it's too bad that past administrations allowed it to get so far out of kilter. they held
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a news conference without taking questions where trump again pressure she over north korea all responsible nations must join together to stop arming and financing and even trading with their murderous north korean regime their statements offered more plaudits than substance trump said she was a special man and that is people were proud of him president she reiterated his call for diplomacy and not threats to resolve the crisis on the korean peninsula he said it was natural for the united states and china to disagree but they owed it to the world to work more closely it's hard him but i told president trump that the pacific is big enough and both the us and china by side should increase communication and cooperation in regards to asia pacific issues they agreed to cooperate over combating drugs namely the chinese made chemicals blamed on the us
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opiates epidemic. many of the outcomes on thursday were prearranged two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of trade deals were announced but their real substance still needs to be assessed those agreements though mean trump can show his supporters that he's making progress in reducing the trade deficit china's leaders clearly want president from to leave here happy man and they appear to have given him just enough to ensure that happens in return china's state controlled media says that it's time for the united states to treat china as an equal trump spin tweeting about his successes here which means he's been breaking chinese law because twitter is banned but on this occasion his hosts probably don't mind adrian brown al jazeera beijing. still ahead on al-jazeera i'll take you inside australia's offshore prison camp abandoned by authorities the squalor has aid
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groups worried about the hundreds of stranded refugees there and u.s. court orders work to stop a pipeline project and pennsylvania that for locals environmental concerns remain. from dusky sunsets if it's proving savannah. to sunrise atop an asian metropolis. how overseas a very heavy rain making its way towards the philippines at the moment a tropical system this one and that will push its way across luzon as we go through friday some really wet weather coming in here with a possibility of some flooding thirty celsius here a dry thirty celsius there for hong kong on the other hand further north into the southwest of china a chance of some clouds and rain coming in here over the next couple of days there is that western weather spilling across the south china seas as we go on into saturday and that will make its way back towards central and southern parts of
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vietnam where of course we have seen some recent flooding so lively showers then for southeast asia warm weather coming in that you can see that cloud is pushing further westwards at present and will continue to do so in the coming days southern parts of vietnam cambodia seeing lively showers malaysia much of malaysia course seeing very heavy rain and notice how the showers they spread right across indonesia at the moment and will continue to do so as we go on through the coming days and weeks meanwhile some pretty wet weather also stretching its way across southern parts of the bourbon goal should lanka still very much in the mix with those heavy showers along the spells of rain a little drier there for chennai and notice as we go on through friday meanwhile the fog and smoke continues further north. the weather sponsored by cats on base. to be a child is to be innocent and caffrey but it comes to an abrupt end with the burden of younger children. with
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a mother behind bombs siblings must spend for each other and decide whether to stick together. the family in the hope of a chance across the us mexico border the other side of the. documentary at this time is the era. you're watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories right now kuwait has joined saudi arabia bahrain and the u.a.e. and ordering its citizens to leave eleven on it comes amid heightened tensions with the lebanese group hezbollah and its backer iran that are questions over the
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whereabouts of former prime minister saad hariri who stepped down on saturday the whistleblower group global leaks has released what appears to be a plan by the united arab emirates to destabilize qatar is economy adventurously jeopardized hosting the two thousand and twenty two football world cup the plan was founded hack e-mails belonging to the m roddie ambassador to the u.s. who said type of spain supreme court has ordered catalogers former parliamentary speaker to be held in custody until her one hundred seventy five thousand dollars bail was posted earlier five other sacked catalog politicians were released after appearing before a judge they all face charges of rebellion and sedition. saudi arabia's attorney general says it's now. question to two hundred eight people as part of what it calls an anti-corruption crackdown he says the investigation has uncovered around one hundred billion dollars worth of fraud oriel family members officials and prominent business better among those being held in
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a luxury hotel in the capital riyadh critics say crown prince mohammed bin solomon is leading the crackdown in an effort to consolidate his power the saudi foreign minister says no one in the country is immune from prosecution i think that this will increase. to confidence in saudi arabia because it shows that we have adopted a zero tolerance policy on corruption just as we have begun to do zero tolerance policy on terrorism and extremism in terms of financing the kingdom of saudi arabia announced students to we must announce more than two and a half years ago that he will fight corruption and fight to through busty the his royal highness the crown prince is made it very clear that no prince and no minister and no high ranking official is immune from corruption charges the state department says it wants the saudi led coalition to lift the blockade on yemen of all is a warning by the united nations that the measures will lead to one of the worst famines the world has seen in decades all air sea and land access have been blocked
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since saturday the humanitarian situation in the country is described as catastrophic the announcement that the ports were being closed down or limited in terms of some of the supplies is an area that's of concern to us because the yemeni people are not the ones at fault for their situation we would like to see food aid medical equipment and all of that be able to brought be brought in to the ports that is a key area where that the supplies in the food aid are able to get in we would like to see that open so that people are not suffering any more. the syrian army says it's now in control of the eastern city of alba kemal after eisel fighters withdrew the border city was one of the last remaining pockets of territory in syria held by the armed groups iraqi fighters allied with the syrian government have been pushing into a mall from both sides of the border eisel has been losing ground since its self
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declared capital rocco was recaptured in october by syrian democratic forces kenya's opposition leader raila odinga has worn the country is headed towards a dictatorship president her of kenyatta held on to power after a day and boycotted last month's election claiming it wasn't going to be free or fair speaking and the u.s. is warning the current leadership could tear kenya apart and that tends to undo everything. and taking a punt. and. let me be blunt. in two words tried to destroy the government of the ruf showed. every institution.
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the conditions facing about six hundred refugees a closed australian run offshore prison camp are worsening by the day aid workers are worried the facility on pup on a guinea is becoming so filthy and many refugees are likely to become sick or even die but as peter sharp reports as dire as it is the government is so far offered no help. these pictures of conditions inside the prison camp on popular new guinea are the first to show how conditions have deteriorated since authorities officially shut it down the video sent by a refugee gives an indication of what life is like for the refugees now that the power and the water have been cut off. course to turn it back on from a spy our way is the united nations have been ignored this is home for nearly six hundred men who came from war ravaged countries across asia and the middle east refugees from my mom afghanistan and iraq asylum seekers from iran and syria lanka
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their shared dream was to reach australia but this is where they've ended up confined to a squalid abandoned naval base rainwater collected in rubbish bins because they're too nice and you know. they felt the place that's the default these toys are many problems that we got very young because not using this was flown to papua new guinea on a stray an air force transports cambra has steadfastly refused to accept anyone who tried to reach the country by boat for four years australia has paid papua new guinea to house the asylum seekers but the detention center was ordered shut up in new guinea supreme court ruled that it was unconstitutional to host such a camp but the man fearful of threats from local residents say they would prefer this existence and shelter in towns where they don't feel safe and aid workers have little faith in the military and police ability to protect them my fear is in the
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six hundred. if you. to relook at. my feet. i will go to meet. force i know our police force i know. we. know this is the problem aid workers believe the security forces plan to move the refugees out of the camp in the next few days by force if necessary to shop al-jazeera. colombia's president has warned of the potential for regional spillover from what he calls an implosion in venezuela and israel an economy is in freefall with rampant inflation and widespread food shortages in recent months the government has been criticized for attempting to rewrite the constitution to strengthen its grip on power if you ask me what nightmares you have my worst nightmare is. in the sense that there isn't an option there.
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it's not going to be half a million. people coming over as they have already. and that would be. tremendous problem for the peace process and for grabbing. the us treasury says it sanctioning ten more of venezuelan officials including government ministers the move follows the passing of a new law by venezuela's constituent assembly on wednesday which cracks down on media freedom the us says those sanctions are complicit in president nicolas maduro his attempts to quote undermine democracy and corruption and anti-government administered food programs u.s. president on a first year in office has been a tumultuous one to say the least and now new figures provide evidence of just how volatile it's been inside the government sixty percent of the state department's top management have quit since trump was elected and applications to work there
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have dropped by fifty percent the american foreign service association says the department is in a state of collapse. a rare court victory for pipeline protesters in the u.s. state of pennsylvania has seen construction suspended and environmental concerns remain locals are vowing to continue fighting until the project is canceled despite president trump voicing his support for such pipelines kristen salumi has more from lancaster pennsylvania. so yeah this was an active site where there were dozens of trucks and lots of people working just yesterday the heavy equipment sat idle in rural lancaster county pennsylvania melinda clattered bug and her group lancaster against pipelines had just won an order in federal court to stop construction. just a few weeks ago she and twenty two other opponents of the new atlantic sunrise natural gas pipeline were arrested trying to stop it from being built they view the pipeline as a threat to both the local environment and the long term sustainability of the
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planet it seems like a violation of our personal private property rights if the industry is given the right to take our land through condemnation by in that domain for their private gain and use and yet we're bearing the brunt of the destruction and the damage that's being done to it and a lot of people are really opposed to it for that reason before melinda and other opponents could even savor their victory they received word that an appeals court had lifted the construction ban the atlantic sunrise pipeline is a three billion dollar project the three hundred plus new cooperators of pipeline will increase the company's capacity to deliver natural gas and meet growing demand but opponents in the area say that most of the products will be sold overseas the company building the pipeline and says pennsylvanians will also benefit from the natural gas and twenty five hundred local construction jobs but those in the pipelines way clued in an order of catholic nuns was a corn field
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a very healthy looking corn field accuse the companies of overstating the economic benefits while downplaying environmental concerns we need to look at different ways of meeting these needs there is sustainable fuel a lot of it hasn't been the philip job and personally i think that people. can invest their money in that the construction that is dividing the community may now go ahead but three legal challenges continue to make their way through federal court even as the opponents promise more acts of civil disobedience to try to stop it kristen salumi al jazeera lancaster pennsylvania scientists in the netherlands say they are close to a breakthrough which will allow crops to be grown and deserts and that could completely alter life on the african continent maybe even end hunger or calling over old leaders meeting at climate talks in germany to commit more funding for
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projects and drought stricken parts of the world lawrence lee reports. in this southern corner of the netherlands a grain of end the day looks like the last place you'd expect to see a revolution in food but in these vaastu greenhouses things are happening that could change lives hard for a world away usually it takes huge amounts of water to grow tomatoes but here they reduce it's a virtually nothing and they even grow the fruits in insulation material rather than soil we use only rainwater and recycle forth and you can do this with any vegetable. you can. it can be a solution to to bring free food into other places in the world where there's a problem not. the tiny netherlands is already the world's largest exporter of tomatoes this though has an obligation not for western supermarkets but for the world's hungry what they're onto here is regarded as really exciting because if you
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can grow vegetables with no soil and with almost no water then you can grow them anywhere you can grow them in the deserts or where there's been drought and so there's a growing realisation that this technology could be used to fight famine the combination of population growth and climate change are making a terrible situation in parts of the world even worse and desert if occasion of agricultural land is turning many into climate refugees. at this leading university to finding yet more radical solutions like extracting the bacteria from plants which can cope in the deserts and putting them into crops incredibly the scientists believe the deserts of the world are a huge agricultural opportunity they think they're two years away from planting crops in the sand that this cabbage tomato and i thought the potato we are working on this well sort of brought if we come to barley and it's a very close relative of wheat that we have we're talking about major crops of.
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this is that we can grow under such harsh conditions also in desert areas. the message here to western politicians is that climate change is an integral part of the refugee crisis and offering solutions has benefits everywhere if we don't solve the problems over there then people will migrate to other places and they will look for food in europe and we know that again and migration is grateful for the moment so in my opinion we need to improve the situation in africa. and. improve the life of people in africa there's often a feeling that trying to help the world's hungry is pointless and the problems will never end but here there is proof that even climate change can be beaten by science for the politicians of the rich countries it is becoming possible to effect incredible change if they really want to lawrence lee al-jazeera in the netherlands
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. take a look at the headlines on al-jazeera kuwait has joined saudi arabia bahrain and the u.a.e. ordering its citizens to leave lebanon the country has been on the saturday after the sudden resignation of prime minister hariri visit to saudi arabia claims his life is under threat from his coalition partner the iran backed group has a law as office says he's still in the saudi capital and. being held there against his will. the return of prime minister saad hariri head of the future movement is necessary in order to restore the internal and external balance of lebanon with full respect eliminates the just a mistake in accordance to the constitution and to the tie if accord and with respect to the arab and international legitimacy we confirm our support for prime minister saad hariri and for all the decisions he makes under any circumstances.
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the whistleblower group global leaks has released what appears to be a plan by the united arab emirates to destabilize qatar's economy and eventually jeopardize its hosting of the two thousand and twenty two football world cup the plan was found and hacked e-mails belonging to the bastard to the us use of. spain supreme court has set bail for catalonia as former prime min parliamentary speaker that is karma book adele will be freed what she posts one hundred seventy five thousand dollars earlier five other sect politicians were released they all face charges of rebellion and sedition over their roles in last month's and dependence referendum. the british government setting march twenty ninth two thousand and nineteen as the official date to exit the european union prime minister theresa may plans to use legislation to set that date mauritanian blogger facing the death penalty for a facebook post has been freed from prison his sentence was overturned by an
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appeals court he had already served four years in jail for his post criticizing the use of religion to justify discrimination in the country through a state department says it wants the saudi led coalition to lift the blockade in yemen and follows a warning by the u.n. that the measures will lead to one of the worst famines the world and decades those are the headlines news continues in al-jazeera after inside story keep it here. starvation and day the u.n. has issued one of its grimmest warnings yet it says yemen could face a famine never before seen but what can world leaders do to stop such
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