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is al-jazeera. and i'm not matheson this is the new live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes new video emerges of lebanese prime minister saad hariri in saudi arabia as his president and his party call for his return home. despite u.s. intelligence reports donald trump says he believes flooding near putin's didn't interfere with last year's presidential election. hundreds of thousands of people on the streets of barcelona demand the release of imprisoned catalan leaders plus. art is how we deal with not only our own issues but it's how we interpret our place in this world the self described in did you know native americans challenging stereotypes through art.
new pictures of emerged of lebanon's prime minister. there were aired on state television showing him meeting king solomon airport where abouts have been shrouded in mystery in recent days there are suggestions he's under house arrest really has made no public remarks since his shock resignation in the saudi capital last saturday he said he feared and accused iran a long with hezbollah of sowing strife in the arab world is political party the future of the movement says it's waiting for them to return to lebanon but it's also denounced attacks against the saudi kingdom and warned iran about interfering with arab nations the lebanese president michel aoun one saudi arabia to clarify exactly why harry hasn't gone back to beirut he's told foreign ambassadors have really has been kidnapped french president emanuel has echoed similar concerns he
said in a call with out one on saturday that lebanese political leaders should enjoy the freedom of movement he's going to receive lebanon's foreign minister in paris on tuesday is in a hot has more from beirut. posters are springing up across the lebanese capital beirut expressing support to. the resigned prime minister whose fate really is unknown uncertain times in lebanon the country finding itself at a crossroads for the past year this country enjoy relative stability in a very turbulent region but things have changed and lebanon finds itself in the middle of the saudi iranian rivalry playing out across the region it's many like him and i think for quite some time since two thousand and five i guess it's when he really thinks things are really assassination. and we have two polls like saudi arabia and iran and those two polls have people on the ground iran has tons
of those economics and in the middle of all this i think and live on a lot of special editions what they do best is they they they they lie and they say things. to make people more and maybe scared and to put this like political pressure on everyone just to get what they want we are in a. neighborhood hold many people here feel that the current crisis is going to march and allies them even further this in the community has long complained of iranian dominance in lebanon and now they're blaming their own ally saudi arabia of robbing them of their leader. now. this we want to know the reason behind his detention lebanon can't handle this crisis thank goodness the detention of a prime minister is unacceptable sort of the can the been this is
a loss for all of lebanon hariri is loved by everyone we are all upset by his detention no one will accept what is happening this is humiliation we won't be quiet we will demand his release. so for the time being all of the different parties of voiding political escalation but the question is this rare unity will it be short lived. ronnie corey is a professor of journalism at the american university of beirut and senior fellow at harvard university he believes the saudi action has backfired well and i think that saudi t.v. shows now is going to be probably the opposite of the truth in the eyes of most lebanese unfortunately the saudi media has like them or are they in a couple of others have totally lost their credibility in the last three or four months and this isn't this is not going to be taken very seriously the super irony of what's going on is that twice now in a row the saudis with some of their colleagues in the gulf and egypt they've tried
in qatar and now they've tried in lebanon to squeeze these countries thinking they're weak small vulnerable countries and that these countries would capitulate to their demands and exactly the opposite has happened the long term solution is there has to be a strong arab iranian dialogue and not just a dialogue but a serious. negotiation that hasn't happened yet but i think we need to start thinking in those big terms it's unlikely the us by itself can do it partly because you have incoherence as the driving force of american foreign policy i mean before we had different different views or within the administration now with the tillerson statement yesterday we have vague views us seems to be criticizing both iran and saudi arabia which is which is certainly reasonable so i don't think the u.s. can do this by itself they've tried with the qatar g.c.c. if you would haven't succeeded it's going to have to be a combination of the u.s. some europeans the french certainly try the germans are certainly going to try i
hope and possibly some people from from around the region. regional leaders arriving in the philippines for this year's assyrian summit the bloc has to contend with controversial issues such as the one hundred crisis on china's ambitions in the south china sea but north korea is expected to dominate. reports from. the asean meeting in manila is seen as the biggest event under the chairmanship of philippine president let me go to thirty twenty one years of state as well as the united nations secretary general are expected to attend it comes at a time when the region is struggling with a growing security concerns. north korea is expected to dominate the discussions the united states' relationship with the isolated government of king jong continues to get worse over north korea's missile and nuclear programs but despite it being
seen as a pariah state all ten member countries of the association of southeast asian nations have diplomatic ties with north korea and the united states is expected to put more pressure on countries to take a stronger stand against kim jong un but for their again his asian the most contentious issue a ball is the dispute in the south china sea china and the united states have been disagreeing over policies when it comes to disputed waters claimed by several as the a member states many see it as a fight between giants. us. it's fight the grasshopper. but i was also. a framework on the code of conduct between china and assay and is expected to lay the ground rules that will guide navigation and exploration in
disputed waters but president but their day refuses to use the arbitration ruling won by the philippines against china at the hague vietnam now finds itself the lone strong voice among countries against china where you have. a situation where the philippines has no clear policy on what to do with the first. issue that this good enough for china because it buys them more time to consolidate their position in the south china sea the migrant and refugee issues are expected to be discussed including the reading your crisis in myanmar isis growing influence in the region is also on the agenda but many filipinos here say they're more worried about domestic issues like president or the good that there does human rights record last year was vocal about the support for the drug war which has left thousands of filipinos dead and critics say they worry that trump might gloss over
a detective's drug war again which could encourage more state forces to commit human rights abuses. dogon al jazeera. or clever system professor and chair of the political science program of the university of the philippines manila he's joining us now from singapore thank you very much indeed for your time we're talking about two men here donald trump and president eternity who are very used to saying exactly what is on their minds how do you think this meeting is going to go in manila. of course many are watching and though we think for this meeting for example the. spokesperson is or be. sold to mean. they don't know and get good at their disparity much alike in terms of their heat or in love with it so people are really excited to say ouch you know
these are also not. for they're tired. we're expecting there might be strong statements that will be coming from there from their meeting. president the tartars been parroting the from the pings towards china and russia since he got into into power how do you think that's going to play out in his meetings with donald trump. this is very interesting. president given the very most part of his presidency is the ready made his foreign policy announcements of independent foreign policy. you know moving away from that you as it will be closer to china and russia what's interesting here is that despite this policy paralysis on the ground for example we see the strong influence of the u.s. in terms of the are there to government the very basis for example are still very much they are. treated deals are still really with the united states but
interestingly this is unfortunately for for that they're there to get the support of a lot of trial for example first controversial policy of the war of drugs earlier this year. by kids on economic pockets was suspended governance of the u.s. state department on the grounds of human rights issues and he's a warrant out so this could also be a possibility. you know. given that there was a it is so earlier statements that he will be really to get economy aids for example or a b. and b. diary aids from the u.s. without condition that it's and we don't want least the best the policy with the award talks you know let's talk about the human rights on it because it's become almost did a good for visiting u.s. presidents to the front of things to talk about human rights accusations of
violations there how do you think donald trump is going to handle that and we expect to be disappointed we don't think this will be brought that the human right . speculation of the war of drugs despite despite previous statements from her of the u.s. state department their human rights organizations at the international level i don't think donald trump will be pursuing that kind of that kind of thought specially that their day already could easily up we have to. not be allowed we will talk to talk about these issues that the u.s. president should leave off his hands on human rights issues in the philippines because these are domestic issues that should not be considered under the influence of the of the americans and. during the during the first phone call between trump and that there are days we also have to be reminded that donald trump
despite that wrote this for many even u.s. government officials and of course in the philippines congratulate that that they're different will be a good job the water jobs and these of course sense of ariel aren't signet on where the u.s. president stands now and human rights issues are going to thank you very much indeed for your time thank you ron. u.s. president has labeled investigations into alleged russian interference in last year's presidential election as quote artificial democratic hit job made the comments in vietnam all routes to the capital hanoi he told reporters he believed the russian president vladimir putin's assertions that moscow had no part in any election meddling said that he'd question putin again on the subject when they met informally on the sidelines of the asia pacific economic cooperation summit in vietnam but those comments are in stark contrast to the view of the u.s. central intelligence agency the cia director might pompei it was reaffirming
a report that russia did run a campaign to influence the election outcome cia spokesperson said the director stands by and has always stood by the january twenty seven intelligence community assessment. that the intelligence assessment with regard to russian election meddling has not changed well bill schneider is a political analyst and professor of public policy at george mason university he says tom's comments will have little impact on the investigation into russian meddling all of the findings so far which point to moscow's involvement. it's accepted by as acar by congress by members of the trumpet ministration by his own chief of staff they said with high confidence that russia meddled in the twenty sixteen u.s. presidential election on behalf of donald trump what president trump is doing here when he says that he believes. he says they had nothing to do with the election what he's saying is there's nothing there that's the message trump wants to
communicate it's a way of saying all the investigations going on from the special counsel the special prosecutor looking into a collaboration between the crowd from campaign and the russians they won't find anything and that that's why he's saying he believes a special come up prosecutor has his own mandate his own support he's independent and robert mueller is very independent and he has some highly skilled professional attorneys working on this investigation i don't think this this point by a president trump that he believes putin didn't have anything to do with it i don't think it's going to make a bit different. plenty more ahead on the news hour including the far right marches into mainstream politics thousands of polish nationalists celebrate independence day in the capital warsaw. why new delhi's local government has had to drop a car rationing scheme despite a severe pollution crisis. there are all hand a twenty year football world cup qualifying drive to go through to details with joe
later in the program. hundreds of thousands of pro independence supporters have demonstrated in the streets of barcelona they're demanding the release of catalan leaders fired by the national government in madrid and who are in prison for their role in last month's recession bed barcelona's police say at least seven hundred fifty thousand people took part it's the largest protest since madrid began janie the former regional leadership they got a lot of village on livia has already separated from spain geographically at least twenty five hundred years ago john holl went to see how people there view this is a bit. yes two hours from barcelona the mediterranean coast kline's to the foothills of the pyrenees.
the town of libya is a piece of spain surrounded by france the languages capital and and they see themselves as an enclave of catalonia and. we already feel independent because in some way we believe that we've already built our borders any given moment we could say let's separate from this. inside a twelfth century in a prison tower libya's mayor shows off relics of spain's north for go fast. good to hear he explains how on the day of catalonia independence referendum libya's ballot boxes were hidden from the police up here with the bust of general franco and fascist political leader primo de rivera placed on top so many layers of irony in that. the main. aim with the sentiment is there the majority of the
village favors independence the voting was ninety five percent for the yes. it was a quirk of history that one libya it's geographical if not political independence in sixteen fifty nine the treaty of the pyrenees ended the war between spain and france under the treaty villages on the spanish side of the border it was ceded to france but libya was considered a town and so it remained part of spain. in the bars and cafes of this mountain town it's difficult to find a resident who doesn't support catalonia drive for independence is. difficult but not impossible. peres is a local stonemasons there's a little girl was and i stand on this they should never have asked for independence in my opinion and they should have looked for
a new financial arrangement maybe because the only thing that has been provoked is disagreement among families in the entire place splitting people splitting everything. time passes slowly in a place like libya soon the snow will come and with it the winter tourist season visitors will pass between france and spain without really noticing on their way to slow. but people here most of them anyway have no doubt where they belong not in france or spain but catalonia journal al-jazeera libya. yankel independence day celebration in poland has turned out to be a powerful show of strength for right wing extremists that held a huge rally in warsaw including supporters of the ruling law and justice party whose refusal to welcome migrants has drawn intense criticism from the european union david chaytor as more. independence day march through warsaw was the biggest
stage so far by right wing extremists state television estimated more than one hundred thousand protesters took part it was a show of strength for the track did not see groups of white supremacists from countries right across europe the views of the extreme right you are now entering the political mainstream in poland and the number of xenophobic attacks particularly against the muslim community is steeply on the rise counter demonstrations were kept well out of the way of the march by lines of police blocking side streets but a group of women pensioners managed to stage their own protest sitting down in the middle of the route and refusing to budge it from my c.d.'s when the. fears of violence proved unfounded but fears remain about what the advance of the far right need for the future posed every year the nationalist marches become larger and larger. this is also reflected in politics so war and more people are
voting for extreme right wing parties. in a stark contrast to the march of the extremists antigovernment protesters were paying their respects to the man who set himself on fire last month declaring the ruling party was destroying both the law and democracy in the country on the assumption you suppose i don't like the law and just as government in the way they conduct the promises they did a few good things for poles but mostly they do things in a shameless and arrogant way under the cover of the night and i don't like it. they also came to lay rocks of the scene building a care in a memorial to his sacrifice which cost of his life rocks they hope will lay heavily on the conscience of government ministers david chase al jazeera. donald trump and vladimir putin of agreed in a joint statement supporting a political solution to the war in syria but leaders reaffirmed their commitment to syria's sovereignty independence and territorial integrity they also called on all
parties to the conflict including president bashar al assad to take an active part in the geneva political process trump said he and putin reached their agreement very quickly. just now we've adopted net document with the prism of the united states it's a very crucial document because we see it for some principal things firstly we continue the fight against terrorism in syria that's most important for the united states and for us especially in light of recent tragic events which happened there to do with recent terrorist acts as i've said we've been confronting that evil for quite some time now it's important for the whole international community that we continue to apply joint if it's of the utmost importance that we reaffirm the suffering of syria and its territorial integrity that after the fight against terrorism is over we'll start the political process under the auspices of the united nations chalons has more from moscow. in his press conference in vietnam flooded my piece and said that the reason this agreement had been reached
for the united states this statements which was puts hounds is that the fight against isis in syria is coming to an end that's the hotbed of terrorists as he put it in syria is being defeated and the important thing now is to finish that job then the circumstances will be right for moving ahead with the geneva peace process but there are a few questions left hanging in the air about all of this one is why was the kremlin that puts out this statement a full six or seven hours before the u.s. state department released its version why did donald trump say that this rule agreements have been reached between him and police in very quickly when we know that actually intervene bashed around for many days now by rex ellison and sergei lavrov why does it also break no real new ground or the commitments that we have been in this statement of commitments that both countries have made in the pos also
why considering both sides seem to be trumpeting this as a breakthrough was there no proper bilateral meeting between trump and produce in vietnam will produce it was talking about that and saying well it was just a matter of show julian problem that their approach so coles didn't quite match up with each other he jokes i assume that someone was going to be punished for this but he also alluded that there were problems and that perhaps the united states hadn't been as committed as russia was he said when he was asked what the suggest is that there was no meeting his answer was well it suggests that there are still there is still a deep crisis in the u.s. russia relationship russia he says would like it to make it better the united states the illusion is it seems to be dragging its feet. the u.n. and european union are welcoming initial steps by the side in a military coalition to lift its blockade on yemen the government held southern
port of aden is now open but says it's not enough to prevent masses starvation u.n. and aid agencies are demanding a full lifting of the restrictions to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe not on a haunt has the latest. hot sun is desperate to get out of yemen these pills of what's keeping his wife alive her condition requires treatment in egypt but on monday their planes were put on hold when the saudi led coalition imposed a complete blockade from the lend ear and see it was in response to a ballistic missile fired into saudi arabia by humans who three roubles but not everything is hanging on this treatment it is critical for my wife's life humans national airline says it will resume international flights out of a ports in the southern cities of aden and say your own both of which are operated by the saudi led coalition but that offers little relief for her son and his wife
they live hundreds of kilometers away in the capital sunnah which is part of the sixty percent of territory under who see control they must prepare for a dangerous and difficult journey on a road papered with checkpoints run by both sides of the conflict. the who the rebels are backed by iran and troops loyal to former president ali abdullah saleh are the saudi laid coalition of arab nations joined the war in early two thousand and fifteen launching thousands of the strikes in support of the government the saudi led coalition says it shut down humans borders to stem the flow of arms to the who thiis from around the united nations says the blockade has created even greater hardship for millions of yemenis already the poorest country in the region before the the war. u.n. says yemen is now in the grip of the world's worst humanitarian crisis around seventeen million people don't have enough to eat every day seven million of them
are on the brink of famine more than two and a half years of war has forced almost three million people from their homes and left yemen's infrastructure in ruins and since april more than two thousand people have died in the world's worst outbreak of cholera. hospital staff working in sanaa say things have never been this bad patients accommodated out on the streets and medical supplies now only trickle in. our sufferings have doubled the shortage of medicine is getting worse and what aid is given out disappears the misery for people here is just getting worse. the u.n. and aid agencies say nothing but a complete lifting of the blockade will do without it they warn human could be just weeks away from the world's worst famine in decades. and al-jazeera.
still ahead on al-jazeera an attempted palestinian unity gaza residents on a former leader just out of sight on the anniversary of his death. breaking records china's online shopping spree shows no signs of slowing down. the world champion crashes out on the first lot of qualifying for the brazilian grand prix joe is going to have more on that side in the small. mini skating sky spy the time. or is the sun sets in the city of angels. hello there we've got a storm with us in the south china sea at the moment shows that quite clearly on the satellite picture this a blob of cloud here but it seems to be losing some of its intensity as it works its way towards the west hopefully it should keep its worst to itself elsewhere and is generally fine to settle for many of us across the southeastern parts of china
at the moment but we all seeing the moisture begin to flow in so as we head through monday we will clowns building a few more outbreaks of rain as well and some of those i like to be a little bit heavy towards the south and there's also some heavy downpours here but interlaced with some pretty bright areas of sunshine so it will be a mixed bag for most of us as we head through the next few days for java though that's where there's more in the way of dry weather and not much in the way of sherry downpours and till we head into monday and the wet weather pushes its way south with when we see more in the way of rain now talking of rain is plenty of it for the southern parts of india at the moment with this system here this is a storm that worked its way across thailand and now it's making its way just across towards the southern parts of india it's not just a lot of its identity though so it's not storm anymore but it certainly is giving some very heavy rain still and some of us could even see some flooding after this it stays with us through sunday and into monday it's also affecting us ensure like . the weather sponsored by qatar airways.
everything you do is being analyzed it's being weighed and it's being measured i'm going to close my phone and it's not just i phones that's also i think it's i mean most not fans of these days at the moment we are in a state of the universe limits of the web and started something that was growing act i would rather take the risks of democracy to the risks of dictatorship digital dissidents at this time on al-jazeera. the nature is news as it breaks because you can see there in the distance of shia militia vehicles the dust you can see on the horizon there the peshmerga telling us are actually tanks with detailed coverage when the mine closed in one thousand nine hundred for many people lost a job scavenging is outside making money from around the world this is supposed to last for a month but people tell us that it only lasts for eight days if you look around this is the only food available in this household.
you're watching all of us here a reminder of our top stories this hour new pictures of a version of lebanon's prime minister saad hariri in saudi arabia they were aired on state television showing him meeting king solomon at riyadh airport lebanon's president michel our no one saudi to clarify why he has not returned to his home country. u.s. president donald trump is calling investigations into whether russia interfered in last year's presidential election an artificial democratic job says he believes the latest assertions by russian president vladimir putin that moscow had no part in
any election natalie. hundreds of thousands of pro and dependent supporters have demonstrated in the streets of basra alone and they're demanding the release of the deposed leaders both in prison for their role and last month's secession bid. residents of gaza have joined commemorations marking the thirteenth on a verse sorry of the death of palestinian leader yasser arafat organizers promoted the event as a national day of unity paula reports. tens of thousands gathered in gaza city to honor yasser arafat for many here the late president and longtime leader remains a symbol of palestinian statehood. we love him and it's our duty to commemorate his revolution. but this gathering is also a symbol of palestinian unity the first in ten years for fatah founder in hamas controlled gaza last month the two political factions signed an agreement to end
their rivalry it will allow the fatah led government in the west bank to control gaza. hamas has ruled gaza since it one more parliamentary seats in two thousand and seven headed to. the anniversary of arafat holds pain and hope pain of his death and losing him as he sacrificed himself for palestine and hope which hamas and all of the palestinians want hope of achieving unity and reconciliation and rearranging the internal palestinian house. yes or horrified led the fatah movement for nearly five decades until his death in two thousand and four from what was reported to be a month long illness but now zero investigation in two thousand and twelve found out a thought was poisoned by radioactive talk since palestinians blame israel for his death an accusation israel has strongly denied but here in gaza they still want
answers. at the moment i believe our thought was assassinated and i demand to investigate his death and find the criminals. and walk out of we all came children and women young and old people from all over gaza to commemorate a symbol of the palestinian cause. yes out of our fight is a symbol of free people all over the world i think all revolutionaries should commemorate this anniversary with the recent reconciliation of fatah and hamas the onus is now on the current leaders to deliver on the long held hope of a palestinian state. and iraqi forces have launched an offensive to capture one of the last remaining areas and i still control in the country to infantry divisions and sunni tribal forces are carrying out the operation and province and it's believed by so fighters are holding ten thousand civilians hostage in the town of rabat and non-con has the latest on the offensive
from the iraqi capital baghdad. the operation began early on saturday morning as iraqi forces went in to the town of ramadi is described as a town however it's a series of small villages where i still fight as i have been holed up after they fled operations against them in ramadi and fallujah now this is on the border the border crossing with jordan which has been a strategic stranglehold for isolate managed to stop traffic coming in and out of that border crossing so this is quite key although we're not expecting huge amounts of isis fighters to be in the area the fact that they are still there means that they were controlling that territory and this is all about who gets to control the territory now we're not expecting this to be as large an operation as we've seen perhaps say in mosul or against eisel in syria what we're expecting is the operation to be concluded fairly swiftly in fact what militia sources are telling us from the ground in amman is that ramana has already been liberated that hasn't
been confirmed by the joint operations command that also the joint operations commander told i'll just say that they're very concerned about civilian casualties and they want to avoid them so they're going to go in and a step by step basis they're going to surround romana first take ramana and then likely to move across the euphrates river and into and do exactly the same as a tactic that we've seen the iraqi security forces before take over areas outside of the areas eisel control and then use that as a staging post to go in now like i said we're not expecting this operation to take months or weeks it's going to be likely it is going to take days and we will hit news within the next few days about the operation itself but the iraqi security forces very confident that this they can they can route i saw the last remaining strongholds in iraq musgrave's containing at least four hundred suspected eisel victims have been found in northern iraq the sides were discovered near a military base close to the group's former stronghold. the government for cook
says many were dressed in prison uniforms i said was forced out of the region by iraqi forces in a tobar. china is pushing for south korea to reengage with pyongyang to help solve the current nuclear threat president xi jinping met with his south korean counterpart in vietnam the two leaders agreed in the need to manage the security situation on the korean peninsula she told dialogue was the best way forward for reconciliation and denuclearization a short time ago on twitter donald trump said president xi has stated he's. against north korea. north korea has hurled more insults and trump accusing him of begging for a nuclear war during his visit to asia going on as foreign ministry in a statement labeled trump a warmonger and an old lunatic trump left the apec summit on saturday where discussions focused largely on regional security and light of the growing nuclear
threat from north korea. american delegates at the u.n. climate conference in germany have strongly condemned president donald trump's environmental policy but emphasized their commitment to fighting climate change has more from the cup twenty three summit. thousands of protesters took to the streets of bonn following the statue of liberty spewing smoke a none too subtle reminder president trump's decision to end the u.s. commitment to the paris climate accord. for these demonstrators on the sidelines of the two hundred nation talks on global warming not enough was being done to fight climate change and it's time for people to come forward with the catalog and of course allied to come of this continent like last year in the year before no expectation but that's why i'm here because i people have to take into their own areas something. back in june president trump outraged the climate change lobby
when he announced that the united states is pulling out of the paris agreement today i'm taking bold action to follow through on that promise my administration is putting an end to the war on coal and have clean coal really clean coal but if trump believes support for the paris accord would drift away saturday's climate conference proved him wrong delegates from u.s. cities states and businesses accounting for more than half of the country's economy were in bonn to demonstrate their continued support for urgent climate change the overall. here in this venue is that the united states of america is. agreement and we are. in the conference california governor jerry brown took some heat from protestors over the controversial oil extracting method of fracking in the state. that managed to turn that around we take
somewhere far. well get the job done america we're here and we're not going away the task at this conference for the united states delegates is to persuade other nations that despite trump we are still in the to shop al jazeera. a call rationing scheme in new delhi is being dropped even though india's capital has a pollution crisis. explains what's behind the move. a scheme to try to reduce pollution levels in new delhi. over the issue of women driving the government wanted to bring income from monday but said women were exempt because having to use public transport would compromise the security. the public transportation is not robust enough to be relied upon for the implementation of the car rationing scheme and the most important issue is the
security of women the government is very concerned about that. the country's environmental. dispute should the ruling saying vehicles must be included in the scheme. if we talk only about car rationing there is no exemption there is no exemption for v.i.p.'s for women it applies across the board. pollution has hit record levels in new delhi this week forty times what the world health organization says is. there was a burning sensation in my throat and suddenly i felt breathless now after the oxygen mask i feel better. schools have been closed construction with strict it and trucks banned and if it to bring levels down. when the environment court challenge the state government over women drivers being examined the government canceled the skiing now on monday it will be business as usual. at the moment we're calling it
off but on monday we will again approach the environment court and request them to reconsider the exemption for two wheelers and women drivers new delhi's equality has been so poor this week doctors say it's as bad as smoking fifty cigarettes a day it's a consequence of weather patterns and crop burning in nearby states but right now the orthorexic the same on able to prevent it dallas al-jazeera. still ahead on al-jazeera winding up home bellerose teenager tops it out against the us open champion to level the fed cup final actually next week.
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native american artists and writers are gathering from around the united states for the indigenous comic con in new mexico they're working examines issues that have long plagued their communities like substance abuse domestic violence and the search for identity while brunell's has been to check it out. superheroes star wars characters costumes role players all native american at the second annual indigenous comic con in new mexico. the artists here draw inspiration from rap and i'm a skater culture and war proudly calling themselves indigent nerds i think a lot of nerd culture helps us to deal in like the real issues that we face and it
gives us a positive like a lot of it is really positive and helpful there are many issues troubling native americans poverty disease violence drug and alcohol abuse and the generational trauma from centuries of conquest and colonise ation this event gives native american artists a chance to express themselves in ways that challenge stereotypes and caricature artist riccardo cocktail draws on the long tradition of meat if humans were not stolen away like hollywood always depicts us rivera funny people and i just want to showcase how funny we are we see the humor in just about everything as native american why have we been reduced brothers can and john little made a documentary about what they were guard as offensive sporting names like the washington redskins and we want to reclaim our identities we you know we kind of
want to take back you know a lot of the stereotypes and kind of flip them and just you know kind of represent ourselves more accurately comedian and artist bobby wilson points to storytelling traditions perfected over hundreds of generations what are we going to do for nine months out of a wintertime in minnesota in the seventeen hundreds but tell each other stories you know what i mean with any culture you know art is how we deal with not only our own. issues but it's how we interpret our place in this world and why is it that we exist least francis is the convention organizer and the ability to adapt and draw in these other cultural elements is that active resistance it's that act of of defiance something like this provides hope it sparks the imagination what more than superheroes and space travel sparkly imagination and it also ties us back to our traditional stories because in those we had superheroes we had space travelers and
so that it's this it's that full circle adaptation and are flourishing from one native generation to the next rob reynolds al-jazeera is let up well below new mexico the world's biggest online shopping spree dubbed singles day has come to a close in china e-commerce giant says sales top twenty five billion dollars to boston's got more from beijing going vini and cheap and some say addictive online sales are going through the roof in china and electric to flosser caught look ching's i discount twenty percent he really visits a store these days laptop as equipment cameras all bought with a few clicks and many other items he admits he doesn't even need. sometimes i do overconsume a line especially when there are also a lot of times are by them without thinking too much and never touch them again
after i open the packages even if i don't like them i will return because of the lazy. singles days started in the nine hundred ninety s. as a response to valentine's day but it has gone far beyond people's relationship status online giant ali baba managed to turn what's now called double eleven into a shopping spectacle that captivate most of china exactly at midnight on november eleventh discounts appear online and the buying spree begins. the sounds of. what if twenty years ago america was china's role model but now when we talk about online business china is doing better than the u.s. in many ways. two thousand and sixteen nearly eighteen billion u.s. dollars were spent in just twenty four hours as a publicity stunt e-commerce companies are using drones to deliver packages to some
of china's island's transport companies are working overtime to the when millions of packages swallowed six hundred. here and this year are most likely higher by a slowing economy but there's an environmental downside to the online shopping festival according to greenpeace research shows that in two thousand and sixteen double eleven produced two hundred fifty eight thousand tons of c o two because of transportation and waste management that's the equivalent of two and a half million trees on the market you go from here when we shop online the retailers tend to over package they always wrap more layers around the original packaging usually plastic bags this uses more resources and creates more waste. a problem look ching has yet to become aware of for him online shopping has become like his mobile phone there's no life without it anymore and to prove that home
shopping does not increase laziness he demonstrates the home gym he bought online step fast and al-jazeera beijing it's time for the sports here's joe. thanks very much warmer rocco have ended a twenty year qualifying drought by booking their place in next year's pfieffer world cup in russia they beat ivory coast to know in a straight shooter out for the place from africa group c. and it sends them to their first final since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and they were the only ones to qualify from africa because tunisia also sealed their place after a twelve year absence thanks to goalless draw at home to libya well those are the last two teams to qualify from africa and that means we all know the five continents representatives nigeria were group the winners senegal qualified on friday as well as a group d. and egypt sealed their place at the top of proved last month now the republic of
ireland have held denmark to a goal a straw in copenhagen as they aim to reach their first world cup since two thousand and two this is a two legged playoff so it will come down to what happens in dublin on tuesday that will decide who progresses from that time and they'll be everything to play for when new zealand's qualifier against peru moves to lima on thursday that's after a goalless draw in the first leg in wellington that was a near disaster for the home side in the seventh minute when a mix up in communication left goalkeeper stephan maroon of each making a scrambling save the best chance for neil came in the eighty sixth minute when ryan thomas shot now really. and check this out because fans improve have been celebrating as if they're a step closer to actually reaching russia twenty eighteen thousands of people cheering on their team in a square in central. city incredibly good result for us.
but. we're not in a position to be sort of. settling on that and the mindset for us is now or you know we've not cheated anything and. you know it's all about now making sure that we recover and we travel well and we do a professional job for when we get out there and the mindset is we've achieved nothing and we you know we want to go to russia and of people who thought well. it's not an easy place to come here to try to win the game i mean we always try to play good football but sometimes it was difficult because the opponents and this case new zealand were very tough for us they have very good organization they play very straight football and. you know messi is the mid-city would have quit international football if argentina had failed to qualify for next year's pfieffer world cup the losing two thousand and fourteen finalists are in russia where they've played a friendly against the hosts the match was the first at the newly refurbished
luzhniki stadium where the opening match and the final we played but it was also in tina who grabbed a second win in two games manchester city's record goalscorer so joe headed home at the second attempt to steal the one there when. you're seeing. there i think that yes that it would have been the definitive end of everything this quote because it would have been crazy not to qualify for the world cup i honestly did not imagine what would have happened because it would have been terrible for everyone. it was hamilton's had a speed bump just two weeks off to sewing up his fourth formula one world championship the british driver will start something missing from free on the back of the grid after crashing is a thing that horrifying in a long time to say he's seen some of the crew were robbed at gunpoint as they left the into august circuit in south hollow on friday but it was consolation with teammate terry bought us claiming pole position to head robinson. if you get.
there let me take you you know they say it's a good feeling so it's just a nice not be the sole cause that means that boston also the qualifying and some doesn't give me as well so getting it it would not be in the end now. obviously lewis loss was out in the beginning which is a shame for us and i'm happy i could stand up for us in the. motor g.p. right amount marquez also crashed in qualifying but house is stop him from seizing pole position for sunday's volunteer grown pretty the spaniard needs only to finish eleventh to grab his fourth title in five years the sole rival hundred of his he also qualified nine. teenagers stunned the u.s. open tennis champion to level the fed cup final after the opening singles rubbers. ranked seventy eighth in the world lost to paul sloane stephens six three three six six four in minsk it maintained a miserable run for stevens who's lost every match since winning the u.s.
open in september only a coca bend away put the u.s. one up for the straight sets victory of an earlier sundra some of it. and that's all the sport for now more later hundreds of years school buses from the u.s. have driven south to guatemala repaired repainted and put back on the road david marshall reports for months. inside this workshop in guatemala a radical transformation is under way these old school buses were taken off the roads in the united states but through hard work and ingenuity what i'm olens are injecting new life into another country's junk. it's all with us for the united states is yellow bus and it worked for eight to ten years you know no longer useful or i might say when you take their garbage and transform it and make it better and the buses work for another ten fifteen or even twenty owners each bus is customized according to the needs of its owner windows and seats are removed and the body is
repaired and modified larger engines more powerful turbochargers ten speed manual transmissions and beefier brakes are installed custom paint jobs complete the month long process which costs upwards of thirteen thousand dollars. to hear a bus with ten rows might be loaded with eighty people well in the united states would only carry half as many and their children the buses also carry lots of merchandise on the roof so they need a big mechanical transformation there are the brightly colored buses are a ubiquitous part of the guatemalan landscape the up cycle buses haul millions of people to work every day passengers choose the fanciest buses hopeful that a nice paint job means the owner has also maintained the brakes and the tires. drivers often work twelve to fourteen hour shifts earning around three hundred dollars a month but they can earn more if they beat the competition to the next stop some
have driven the same bus for more than a decade. the up cycle school buses haul millions of people to work every day passengers look for the flashiest buses hopeful that the owner who takes care of the pain also maintain the tires and brakes put these tricked out machines represent an antidote to our throwaway culture unwanted up north they've become an affordable transportation solution that shows no sign of slowing down david mercer al-jazeera and what amala. so hell ron is going to be here in a couple of minutes on the matheson by. a new level of luxury has arrived. an experience that will transform the way you
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