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cats are always going places to get. the scum of the world of al-jazeera. the best films from across on network of channels for the line is if i'm allowed to do it but i'm about to be fresh perspectives and new insights. to challenge and change the way we move the world. al-jazeera world but this time on i just. felt this is the opportunity to understand the very the frank way where there before it happens and we don't leave out. the u.s. and france warned against foreign interference in lebanon as the fallout continues
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from prime minister saad hariri resignation. and i'm maryam namazie and want to know watching al-jazeera also coming up. deadline day for six hundred refugees living in squalid conditions in a closed down australian detention center. the u.n. says there's no sign of a deliveries resuming in yemen despite reports of saudi arabia reopening a border crossing. and pressure on britain's gregson negotiators as the u.k.'s given two weeks to make concessions on the e.u. financial sanctions. the u.s. and france have intervened in lebanon's political crisis calling for stability in the country and declaring support for the prime minister saad hariri howry resigned suddenly while on a visit to riyadh earlier this month blaming interference from iran and its
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lebanese ally hezbollah on friday hezbollah's leader accused saudi arabia of detaining hariri and not allowing him to return home saying holder reports. citizens of saudi arabia and its gulf allies visiting or living in lebanon are leaving it's not the first time gulf countries tell their citizens it is not safe to say lebanon has long been entangled in the saudi power struggle across the region but the latest warning heightened tensions after the resignation of lebanon's prime minister saad howdy but alongside the tensions there are growing signs of lebanese unity in what many see as saudi interference in their country saturday his resignation was sudden raising concerns about the circumstances behind that decision there is also concern about how to use freedom of movement he may have been seen since he made the announcement in riyadh but the prime minister hasn't made it. anymore statements lebanon's president michel aoun believes how he is under house arrest he told
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a saudi arabia the fear in beirut bihari that the circumstances of the resignation are an acceptable and how he should return immediately. how did his own political party made a similar to mad they didn't just suggest the prime minister is being held against his will but expressed concern that lebanon suddenly community could be marginalized even further. and french and disappoint. their government and. on the other hand they are concerned about. how. so this is why yesterday. how do you really should be a priority lebanon is a deeply divided country there is a pro saudi camp led by her which has long accused has been law of imposing iran's agenda here there is
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a pro iran camp led by hezbollah which has long resisted demands to disarm and to withdraw its troops fighting alongside the syrian government but even has below has added its voice to demands for had to return to the belief that the prime minister is being held against his will. and we call the lebanese take this as an offense and any offense to the lebanese prime minister as an offense to all the lebanese even if he is our political bursar of. hezbollah secretary general has sent us rather was careful to avoid political escalation instead he accused saudi arabia of wanting to impose a new leadership in lebanon and start a war he called on the lebanese to avoid provocation and to stay away from the streets the political divide hasn't gone away but for now at least politicians are putting it aside there is a rare consensus for the need to unite at what many describe as dangerous times.
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beirut well the u.s. is urging all policies to respect lebanese sovereignty the secretary of state rex tillerson is back inside her areas internationally does look on with increasing along a state department correspondent patty culhane reports from washington it's the one question swirling around the world capitals what is going on with lebanese prime minister saad hariri he resigned his post well in saudi arabia does he want to be there or is he being held against his will the french weighed in you know the me should i think you should ask him and we simply note that he resigned to travel to abu dhabi on the eve of president runs visit so we think he is free in his movements and it is up to him to make his choice at the u.s. state department thursday the answer was less clear we have seen him. in terms of the conditions of him being held or the conversations between saudi arabia and the prime minister hariri i would have to refer you to the government of saudi arabia
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and also to mr hariri office for the conditions of him being held as you can depend . i'm not going to put that word behi i'm i'm not going to associate that word with that but where he is right now. she went on to say she couldn't even talk about where they met but her boss is sending a strong statement about what should come next secretary of state rex tillerson writing that the u.s. respects the prime minister and sees him as a strong partner he went on to warn there is no place in lebanon for foreign forces and the u.s. cautions against any party within or outside lebanon using lebanon as a venue for proxy conflicts an obvious message to saudi arabia but his boss u.s. president donald trump has been more willing in the past to give saudi arabia a green light to do what it wants it remains to be seen if that will apply to lebanon but at the united nations growing alarm after saudi ordered its citizens to leave that country this is
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a matter of great concern to us and what we want is for peace to be preserved in lebanon. it is essential that no new conflict in the region it's good to have devastating consequences a critical time for a country wondering what's next for them and their leader political hane al jazeera washington. has a policy analyst at the arab center in washington d.c. and says there's little international appetite for now the conflict and at least. the authority of the us is big on iran true but it's not for us later the not much the on the ground you see in they resume we have no russian the us understanding to basically allow the regime to take a large part of our will come out in iraq you have more the wishes of the status quo that obama and started off the forty and by by having the lead this force
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but the two rickets link is lebanon and yemen and this is where the saudi arabia is trying to push but the difference is as iran is not seeking from patient because they have the start score now the us to the one open a big conflict which basically distracts from from other special of the but i was worried about iraq and syria they want to have the article for impatient with iran and also you have israel not interested to jump begin to change the conversation from syria to. to israel from hezbollah side so the ground is right that even the body is politics that is somehow a unity that is refusing it's a busy should factor so there's no ground for that i see the u.s. and france are expressing or those regional facts. thank you. in the last few minutes a deadline to clear the man aside refugee detention center has passed papa new
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guinea has said it will forcibly remove an arrest anyone who's still there a power and most have been turned off but hundreds of men remain barricaded inside my own hand has more. for almost two weeks that refused to budge around six hundred refugees and asylum seekers living in the now closed to stray in prison camp on menace island in papua new guinea without water power food or sanitation because of the dirtiness and. this video shows how conditions have deteriorated but the man insisted this is better than accommodation or north or in a nearby town they say it's unsafe and fear attacks from local residents and police calls to at least two in the power and water back on the campaign has been ignored or thorough she's there want them gone threatening in a written notice posted at the camp to use force to remove them if they don't leave
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on their own the united nations all parties to find peaceful solutions we call on both governments australia as well as popular guinea to exercise restraint not to use violence and to find ways and means. of the current tensions peacefully only border war the men come mainly from the middle east in southeast asia fleeing poverty war and persecution and risking their lives in the hope of making it to a stray leah but israel has refused to accept anyone trying to reach its shores by boat and for four years has paid proper new guinea to hells the refute g.'s official shut down the prison camp after pup a new guinea supreme court ruled it was unconstitutional to host such a camp probably new guinea says the asylum seekers and now a stray is responsibility but the straying government maintains it has no obligation because they're not on its soil. the un has joined
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a chorus of criticism overstrain his response calling on the government to move the men to safety in a stray here and to end its policy of same doing asylum seekers to offshore prison camps we have reported on the very dire conditions in the centers it's now really high time to bring an end to this unconscionable human suffering what. the detainees at the camp admit they're fearful of what might come but say they have no choice but to stay put. for now. now dizzier at the united nations has told out as there are there's no sign of any aid going into yemen after reports that saudi arabia had reopened a border crossing earlier on friday riyadh ordered a total closure of yemeni air land and sea ports earlier this week the un has warned that yemen stocks of fuel and vaccines will run out in about a month if the ports stay shut hannah hawkster reports. it's difficult to
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understand that this is what humans can do to each other and millions of people face famine and are in desperate need of urgent humanitarian assistance. now the u.s. has backed aid agencies in calling for more to be done to alleviate the situation we've seen tremendous few food shortages in yemen we've talked about how this is really a manmade situation there 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 saudi arabia has stepped up a land and sea blockade on yemen after a ballistic missile was towards the capital riyadh on saturday. before the blockade
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more than twenty million people at that safe a two thirds of the population needed humanitarian assistance now nearly hoffer like completely on food aid to survive the country is experiencing a cholera epidemic which is expected to affect one million people by the end of the year aid agencies say they're struggling to work inside the country it takes from one town to another we have to almost go through one hundred checkpoints and this is a man made disaster and there is no humanitarian solution to this we're asking for parties to come together to find a solution desperate which is desperately needed for the people of yemen it's becoming increasingly difficult for people to get their hands on vital commodities with prices of petrol and cooking oil rising by as much as fifty percent in a week. and so far as closing down the ports and borders these are war crimes in the first degree the longer yemen's sit empty the longer the suffering will continue. as there. elsewhere syrian children eastern tara facing acute
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malnutrition as government forces continue bombing the rebel held province doctors say medical supplies are running out and the united nations is warning that the area faces complete catastrophe four hundred thousand civilians living in east and have been under siege by the syrian government since september a deliveries of been blocked and hundreds of thousands of people need urgent medical evacuation as well. watching al-jazeera still to come on mars de facto leader and son suchi comes under pressure from world leaders over the refugee crisis. and america's cultural capital new york launches a new plan to give its poor residents a chance of making that type. hello
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welcome i.q. with al-jazeera a quick look at the stories making headlines now the u.s. and france have declared their support for the lebanese prime minister saad hariri he announced his resignation whilst on a visit to riyadh and the speculation he's being held in saudi arabia against his will a deadline to clear them out of sight and refugee detention center has just passed up by new guinea has said it will force a believe a move an arrest anyone who's still there six hundred refugees remain in the camp and the u.n. has told al-jazeera there's no sign of any way going into yemen after reports that saudi arabia had reopened a border crossing on your own friday. well in other stories we're following the head of the united nations says the violence against myanmar as range of muslims
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missed and antonio terrace is calling for the ranjit to be allowed to return to their homes and to be given legal status. we insists on the need to make sure not only that all violence against these population stops but also we need to insist on and hindered humanitarian access to all areas of north dakota state including the northern part of this region. and we insist in the need to reassert the right of return safe and dignifying return voluntarily turn for all population that fled to bangladesh and to the areas of origin not to be placed in camps not having access to the places where they left. well the terraces comments are made as myanmar's de facto leader and sang see chief faces pressure from world leaders at the apec summit in vietnam canada's prime minister justin trudeau spoke with suchi about the military crackdown in iraq and
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state that has now forced six hundred thousand to flee to neighboring bangladesh trudeau's government is facing calls to strip the nobel laureate of her on a canadian citizenship. earlier on donald trump sent a strong message to apec leaders that the u.s. will not accept trade deals that require it to surrender its sovereignty but china's president xi jinping told the summit that economic globalization is a process that can't be reversed when he has more from don in vietnam. often the most memorable event at an apec summit is the leaders photo opportunity at the garland dinner but this year's traditional costume chosen by the host vietnam was fairly low key that was in contrast to the days earlier events that included a speech by u.s. president donald trump he went straight on the offensive seeming to attack china's trade policies without specifically mentioning china they engaged in product dumping subsidized goods currency manipulation and predatory
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industrial powers they ignored the rules to gain advantage over those who followed the rules causing enormous distortions incomers and threatening the foundations of international trade itself trump has vowed to correct some of the trade deficits the united states has built up particularly in asia but the america first policy that he campaigned on ahead of last year's election is seen as protectionist it runs counter to the multilateral globalist approach of most other apec nations including china. president xi jinping spoke soon after trump and painted china as a champion of globalization. openness brings progress while seclusion leaves one behind we. know this too well from our own development experience we should put in place a regional cooperation framework that ensures consultation among equals with participation
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and shared benefits. that's what the trans-pacific partnership trade deal is supposed to achieve it doesn't include china or the united states after donald trump withdrew the remaining eleven members are hoping to come to some sort of agreement during a pic but a planned leaders' meeting to sign off on a provisional agreement didn't happen when she joined on friday because of last minute objections by canada. deborah helms has been in. told in negotiations in the past and says if a deal isn't reached in vietnam the whole thing could be in jeopardy as we've just seen in the last few weeks with the change of government in new zealand new demands on the agreement the canadians have had a government change not quite so recently but that's part of what's driving the problems in t v p now every day that you wait is a day in which the whole thing could follow god bless the united states of america if it survives members quietly hope the united states will eventually rejoin but
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under president trump that's unlikely wayne hay al-jazeera dumbing vietnam. bricks and given the u.k. a two week ultimatum to make concessions on a divorce agreement of talks or to proceed to the next round michele bonnie says it's vital for the u.k. to increase its offer on an exit bill which some a u.s. officials say could be as much as seventy billion dollars to shop explains. time does appear to be running out for the british breck's at negotiators as the representative field in this question at the end of the second day of talks in brussels mr brown you confirm for me that you will need clarifications or concessions whichever you prefer from the u.k. within two weeks in order to move on to the second phase in december. my response says michel barnier is yes in december either leaders in brussels will
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decide whether sufficient progress has been made of the two sides are to move on to discuss important future trade deals we remain ready and willing to engage as often and as quickly as needed to secure this outcome over the weeks remaining ahead of the december european council. the united kingdom will continue to engage and negotiate destructive as we've done since the start but to the prime minister's exasperate the former british ambassador to the e.u. left open the possibility of leaving bracks that altogether it's not inconceivable he said we can change our minds at any time while we're in where. well the divorce talks proceed the parties are still married. reconciliation is still possible to resume a who lost two ministers in separate scandals this week is now determined to impose her authority over rebel anti breck's it m.p.'s writing in the daily telegraph she made her position clear we will not tolerate attempts from any quarter to use the
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process of amendment to this bill as a mechanism to try and block the democrat it wishes of the british people to try and slow down or stop our departure from the e.u. the prime minister has specify that the time and date of breck's it will be written into law at present eisley eleven p.m. march twenty ninth two thousand and nineteen on monday delegation of senior business leaders will be meeting the prime minister here in london and will be bringing more bad news it's expected they'll tell mrs may that her plans to implement breaks it in just two years are simply unrealistic peter sharp al-jazeera in london. or a u.k. court as up held a ruling that drivers are entitled to workers rights like the minimum wage and pay time off a multi-billion dollar company argues its drivers work as independent contractors as already announced it will appeal friday's decision but the ruling is another
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blow to is preparing to go to court again on saturday as it fights to renew its license to operate in london. pope francis has spoken out against the concept of countries building nuclear weapons as a terran saying it gives them a false sense of security the head of the catholic church is hosting a two day conference on nuclear disarmament attended by nobel peace laureate so long with delegates from nato and the united nations charlie rangel reports. the nuclear attack on hiroshima blanket destruction never seen before nine hundred forty five or since. at this conference at the vatican u.n. officials a nobel peace prize recipient discussing nuclear disarmament trying to ensure a hiroshima never happens again pope francis launch the event by condemning all nuclear weapons. i firmly condemned refer to the us as well as that.
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they exist in the service of a mentality of fear that affects not only the parties in conflict but the entire human race. listen to this mentality has led to tension on the korean peninsula and worrying rhetoric between washington and pyongyang this is the first major international gathering since the un approved a treaty banning all nuclear weapons or excellence of the vice president over fifty countries signed the treaty in september but the nine nations with a nuclear arsenal and all nato members boycotted the talks in a debate nato deputy secretary general defended their position the treaty risks undermining years of steady progress under the nonproliferation treaty. importantly the ban treaty disregards the security conditions and nuclear challenges that we face most prominently today the emergence of nuclear weapons and long range missiles in north korea without the participation of nuclear nations in the
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treaty some say disarmament might be a pipe dream but others say it's comparable to when chemical and biological weapons were banned that was a crucial first step in making those arsenals illegal in discussions like these are not the way of cranking up the pressure on those countries some speakers believe that it's up to the public to demand an end to nuclear weapons it's insane and everybody is saying insane but government are not listening. again with the technology we have with social network with every every ability we have right now we just have to tell government shape up or get out. what they're calling for is a new more equitable global security system perhaps utopian and unrealistic for some but the alternative is to rethink to imagine. what francis is heading south america in january but it seems you won't be getting a warm welcome from everyone protestors in chile have been burned out abbas and the
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southern arrow kanya region around six hundred kilometers south of the capital santiago this note says you are not welcome in our county or pope francis the region is home to the indigenous people of long standing land disputes with the government now its forecast museums and broadway shows new york is known as the culture capital of the u.s. but not everyone has equal access to the arts christensen only reports on how the city is trying to change that. in a low income neighborhood known more for its problems than for its art this outdoor festival speaks to the community. this morning and. from poetry to painting local artists have an audience here in east brooklyn that appreciates their work like stephanie fatha roy draws women of color. i feel like it's for my
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art here like young girls could see a representation of them as a positive role model and of themselves the festival is organized by katherine green of arts east new york under a new cultural plan new york city is targeting programs like this one for funding increases we want to make sure that every community in new york city has that sort of opportunities to unlock to open the minds of children and youth all over this the city. says the additional money will help or better market their programs to make them more widely available. or spend one hundred million dollars a year on art and culture more than any other city in the country but some neighborhoods benefit way more than others most of the funding goes to thirty three city own institutions like the museum of natural history but they are mostly located in manhattan. that's a long trip not to mention an expensive outing for families who live more than an hour away by public transportation.
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we think this is going to have a very big impact in low income communities according to the city's commissioner of culture for one and a half million dollars in spending in these areas is a good investment these kinds of activities are its activities are correlated with a much bigger impact in low income communities person cities that have rich cultural activities are. actually safer better school outcomes and they're healthier. it's a plan that allows neighborhoods to celebrate their unique cultures and that has these brooklyn dancing in the streets christian salumi al jazeera new york. critic at stories making headlines now the u.s.
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and france have intervened in lebanon's political crisis with both countries declaring their support for the prime minister saad hariri he announced he was stepping down while in riyadh on saturday because of interference from iran and its lebanese ally has but there are fears that he's being held there against his will which his office denies our faith upon a correspondent patty call hain has mall and secretary of state rex tillerson putting out this paper statement basically saying that the u.s. respects the sovereignty and the independence of lebanon its government its political institutions when i did say that parties within an outside need to respect the independence and the integrity of both the government and the armed forces and then it went on a little bit further to say that love it and should not be used as a proxy war between other countries obviously trying to send a message to saudi arabia. in the last half hour a deadline to clear the man aside and refugee detention center has passed
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a new guinea has said it will forcibly remove and arrest anyone who still there human rights activists are demanding australia immediately resolve the western conditions at the camp you pictures show the squalid conditions faced by the six hundred refugees who are refusing to leave the center close down last week leaving them without power food or running water. the un has told al-jazeera there is no sign of any aid going into yemen after reports that saudi arabia had reopened a border crossing earlier on friday riyadh ordered a total closure of yemeni air land and sea ports are earlier this week and estimated twenty million people are need of urgent help us president donald trump has appeared to attack china's trade policies at the apec summit in vietnam without specifically mentioning china by name the president told the summit that economic globalization is a process that cannot be reversed the e.u. breaks it secretary michel barnier has warned the u.k.
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it has two weeks to make concessions on exit agreements if it wants to move on to the next phase of talks next month earlier on friday the man who wrote the legislation used by britain to leave the e.u. said it's not too late for the government to stop breaks at. your top stories that's it for myself and the team here in london counting the cost is next. facing the realities your president said that there would be a complete audit a hundred percent audit that audit hasn't happened getting to the heart of the matter so are you saying then that the future of the g.c.c. will be in doubt. here their story. on talk to al-jazeera at this time. this is counting the cost on al-jazeera your weekly look at the world of business and.


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