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presidency knows the truth. and we know you think. you know what nutrition. return of the president at this time on al-jazeera was one of our biggest strengths is that we talk to normal everyday people we get them to tell their stories and doing that really reveals the truth people are still gathered outside these gates waiting for any information most of them don't know whether their loved ones are alive or dead or miami really is a place where two worlds meet we can get to washington d.c. in two hours we can sit on juries in the rest of central america about the same time but more importantly to cultures north and south america leads us to teach to very important. iran calls on the her things in yemen's former president to reunite.
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families a dan this is al jazeera live from dell also coming up. a lot be careful for you mr president i've watched as. donald trump's warned against tweeting about the f.b.i. russia investigation. an uneasy calm and hung jury says people await the results of the disputed presidential election. the humble text message turns twenty five we'll look at how a semester changed the way we communicate. with the rebels in yemen say they fired a cruise missile towards the united arab emirates but is denying the claim fighting back after former president ali abdullah saleh called for talks with the. coalition
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to end the war or the whole thing. amounts to a truce and the former allies have been fighting coalition forces since march two thousand and fifteen. reports. a missile launching from yemen. being nuclear reactor at least that's what who the fighters say is happening in this video uploaded by the military media center. there has been a large a full range rocket of the crew towards a life military target important to the coordination of the iraqi military internally the former president. and his militias into a clear division inside yemen despite the fact that they were unable to sustain any military political or economic gains in yemen. abu dhabi denies this video was authentic saying there was no missile launch or interception what can be verified is fighting in the capital sana'a. five days of combat
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between former allies former president ali abdullah saleh and the who thinks dozens have been killed. in alliance with the who after a popular uprising ended his thirty three years rule in twenty twelve together they took control of sana'a now they're tearing the city apart. snipers are on rooftops and residential areas tanks replace commuters on city streets the u.n. says fighting is so severe medical teams cannot get to that in jews and people cannot leave their homes there's reports the u.n. is trying to evacuate at least one hundred forty aid workers that fighting has cut off the port road they have also been coalition is strikes on sana airport. the coalition bolstered by the new support of the former presidents have doubled down on the iranian backed the iranian embassy was hit by
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a rocket on saturday and in who think controlled territory in yemen's north the coalition air strike killed at least a dozen people. they targeted my house while there were eighteen to twenty guests my whole family was inside as well as all our cattle everything is gone there's nothing left. but tehran has told salai to rejoin the who the alliance against the coalition says he just wants a quick aim to the conflict which is a volved into the world's largest humanitarian crisis where his motivations are out or a power play clear as where the who things really did more to miss. dallas al jazeera or both democratic and republican politicians are warning the u.s. president against his constant tweeting on the investigation into alleged russian meddling in the two thousand and sixteen election on sunday trump tweeted that he
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never asked former f.b.i. director james comey to stop investigating his former national security advisor michael flynn he blamed so-called fake news for covering lies komi testified in june that trump had spoken to him about letting go over for an investigation then has pleaded guilty to lying to the f.b.i. about his contacts with russia he insists he was asked to do so senior member of trump's transition team. in a second tweet. launched an attack on the f.b.i. itself its reputation is in tatters and called the organization the worst in history. has more from washington d.c. . well these tweets always seem to get the president in trouble and this tweet from yesterday was especially troubling because up until yesterday the president claimed that he fired mike flynn back in february because he lied to vice president mike
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pence about these conversations with the russians now yesterday in the tweet he indicated that he actually fired him as well because of lying to the f.b.i. which raises the question what did the president know did he know that the f.b.i. was in fact investigating flynn and that is why senator dianne feinstein raised the question of obstruction of justice because a couple of days after aslan was fired the president asked former f.b.i. director james comey to go easy on him because he was a good guy now today the white house is saying that actually the president didn't fashion that tweet yesterday that that came from an attorney and nonetheless people within the president's own party are telling him to go easy on the tweeting i would just say this is for us there's an ongoing criminal investigation comey may be part of it you tweeting comment regarding ongoing criminal investigations at your own peril i would be careful for you mr president watch this and lindsey graham so that
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he didn't think that the f.b.i. was dysfunctional although he did raise questions as to whether when laing to the f.b.i. constituted a crime less than a week also north korea tested a missile it says is capable of reaching the united states south korea and the u.s. putting on a show force joint military drills are underway this plenty of impressive hardware on display it's a clear message to north korea which the white house national security adviser has labeled the great right to the world series kathy novak has more from outside south korea's osan air base in tech. i'm outside the u.s. also on air base and we have seen a number of fighter jets flying in and out it's all part of the biggest ever joint u.s. south korean air drills they're part training and part show of force against north korea which of course just on wednesday launched its most advanced ever intercontinental ballistic missile now these drills were planned before that launch
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took place they take place every year and they always anger north korea which calls them are a first for invasion and indeed before these drills went ahead the north korean foreign minister said that the u.s. was begging for nuclear war by staging an extremely dangerous nuclear gamble on the korean peninsula now these a drills involve f. twenty two stealth fighter jets f. thirty five and also all together about two hundred thirty warplanes from the u.s. and south korea and also about twelve thousand personnel are taking part now residents in the honduran capital goosey go pop preparing for more protests following a disputed presidential election. a week of violent clashes has left three people dead in fighting between opposition supporters and security forces the electoral commission is yet to declare a winner as of now president hollande. narrowly ahead of opposition candidates out
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of the dawn of his supporters say the results have been manipulated and nighttime curfew has been imposed across the country well correspondent manual apollo is in. protesters made their way across the city of they can see on sunday answering a call by opposition leaders who have asked supporters across the country to march there are thousands of people on the streets of the city demanding that the national elections commission. they're also calling for under president. to step down. demonstrators express a general mistrust of the national elections commission making the job of international observers all the more valuable. than we when the recount to be fair no matter who wins we will accept it but not with election. we want to be
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president we want to. we want to remain this repressive government the people of honduras have woken up and we are tired of what's been done to us over the last eight years. there's a large military presence in the city enforcing a strict six p.m. curfew the hundred military's response to a wave of violence and looting that gripped the country in recent days at least three people were killed and dozens others injured it's now been a week since the general election and while peace has returned to the city the concern remains that as long as the political limbo continues violence could spark up once again. that was he got the. former egyptian prime minister ahmed says he is still considering a presidential bid although he says he needs to explore the option for sure feet made the comments on egyptian television his first appearance since arriving in cairo on saturday last week while in the united arab emirates he announced he was
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intending to run in next year's election a few hours later he issued another video statement saying he was not free to travel as family said they feared he'd been kidnapped has since denied the u.a.e. is a strong supporter of egypt's incumbent leader of the fatah sisi. the palestinian authority is calling for emergency talks over the possibility of the u.s. embassy in israel being moved from tel aviv to jerusalem the arab league and the organization of islamic cooperation are being asked to host the meeting israel's government considers all of jerusalem its capital while the palestinians hope that east jerusalem will be the capital of their future state palestinian president mahmoud abbas is warning of a new dangerous phase if the u.s. moves its embassy and recognizes jerusalem as israel's capital on the u.s. president has to decide on monday whether to issue
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a waiver of that twenty two year old law requiring the state department to move the embassy the waiver has to be renewed every six months trump son in law and white house adviser says the president is still weighing up the matter he's still looking at a lot of different facts and then when he makes his decision. he'll be the one to want to tell you not me so. i'll make sure he does that at the right time. trump is expected to announce his decision in a speech on wednesday israel's communications minister says the doubts from will send a clear signal to the world i mean. i think that the u.s. president donald trump knows and understands the needs of the region by validating jerusalem is the eternal united capital of the state of israel it's something that declared and wanted and i think by implementing it you sending an important message . a lot of friedman is president of the foundation for middle east peace she says moving the u.s. embassy to jerusalem will only bring negative consequences the last time this came
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up six months ago it was the intervention of king abdullah of jordan that had a significant impact on president trump's decision not to move the embassy that time it's possible this time if he hears again from king abdullah who is just in washington if he hears from the saudis i don't know what he needs to hear from the palestinians the palestinians are in a weaker position in washington right now than they have been it any time since one thousand nine hundred ninety four when their mission was reopened at the start of the peace process the closure of the potential closure of their mission here and now hangs on them responding positively to the president's efforts to bring them back to the table which is blackmail already it isn't at all clear to me what leverage they on their part have on this administration at this point. powers in the region may not care that much about the palestinians but their people do and jerusalem specifically is a red line because jerusalem touches on things that are much bigger than the
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israeli palestinian conflict that has been the conventional wisdom for jordan this is a domestic issue jordan under its treaty with israel is the keeper of the holy sites in jerusalem so what happens there is a domestic issue for jordan for saudi which wants to play a bigger role do the saudi people care about what happens in jerusalem my personal analysis is that yes this makes a difference i don't know we'll see same with egypt the other piece of it is what happens on the ground you know the palestinians are working on reconciliation both fatah and hamas are are working very hard to show that they are relevant leaders and relevant in challenging israeli policies that are anathema to palestinian interests so my understanding is that fatah and hamas are already talking about what the joint the joint response would be if the announcement on wednesday is bad on jerusalem and what that really would mean on the ground in terms of
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potentially a really a groundswell of opposition like we haven't seen a groundswell of demonstrations on that we haven't seen maybe in a very very long time and still ahead on al-jazeera the emir of qatar to attend the g.c.c. summits off the deep divisions in the gulf for the annual conference in doubt. you know. it's been a closely guarded state secret for fifty three years we explored the size of china's nuclear arsenal. we. from the neon lights of asia. to the city never sleeps. hello the weather slushy settled across a good part of the middle east at the moment still some bits and pieces of cloud
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and some rain just coming in across turkey pushing towards syria lebanon jordan as we go on through the next day or so for a monday journey find and try to twenty four celsius in beirut some pleasant sunshine coming through here so temperatures today for baghdad and also for kuwait city with nothing karate at around twenty eight degrees celsius they settle here as we go through the next few days i would say also about you can see there's that cloud with the possibility of a few spots of rain then as we go on through the course of choose day elsewhere status quo really twenty one twenty two degrees coming in time woman that's across the reagan peninsula staying fine dry and sunny winds him cards are just easing off a touch twenty seven celsius as we go through the next day out a little bit of cloud not too far away but even squeeze out the support of i suspect there will be much to speak of if we do see anywhere weather from this particular system well the more the way of the west the weather across the northern parts of madagascar pushing over towards the amazon basin a little bit of cloud down towards northern parts of south africa but for many it
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will be bad that right if anything intensifying as we go through tuesday with some big downpours for the eastern cape. the weather sponsored by cattle and race. news has never been more available it's a constant barrage the bit with every day but the message is simplistic you have been praying that good logical rational person crazy monster and misinformation is rife dismissal and does not well documented accusations and evidence is part of genocide the listening post provides a critical counterpoint challenging mainstream media narrative at this time on al-jazeera.
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welcome back you're watching out is there a time to recap the headlines the rebels in yemen say they five a cruise missile towards the united arab emirates the u.a.e. is denying its trees been targeted iran is calling on the who thiis and ousted president ali abdullah saleh to rican sile former ally started fighting on wednesday both democratic and republican politicians are warning us president against his constant tweeting they say talking about the investigation into alleged russian meddling in last year's election could land him in trouble. residence in the honduran capital to preparing for more protests following a disputed presidential election the country's military is in forcing a nationwide curfew for the third night in a row the incumbent president is slightly ahead in the vote count the opposition says the process has been manipulated.
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the award ceremony for the nobel peace prize is due to be held on this end of the tenth picking up the award is the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons or i can the groups dedicated to creating a world without nuclear weapons well looking at the nuclear status of countries now in the days leading up to the ceremony and also china is a closely guarded state secret so it's not exactly known how powerful their weapons are but with four of china's neighbors also nuclear we do know is that beijing could strike if needed brown reports. it is fifty three years since china joined the nuclear club. you know.
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when it detonated its first atomic bomb china was poor and recovering from civil war and japan's military occupation. chairman mao said that to prevent that happening again he needed the ultimate deterrent it was now the cold war and china's then ideological ally the soviet union was happy to help. there are no official figures regarding china's nuclear arsenal that's because it's one of the biggest state secrets of all but a recent u.s. government report estimated that china currently has around three hundred nuclear warheads and around one hundred intercontinental ballistic missiles to deliver those warheads. as recently as may this year chinese leaders pledged they would only use nuclear weapons if china was attacked first what's less clear say experts
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is how china would respond to a conventional weapons strike china we are only used. to retaliate against a nuclear strike but we have to admit there are internal debates some people want to see china to change its new care policy and treat conventional strike on its nuclear weapons as. a nuclear strike on china. four of china's neighbors are nuclear armed russia pakistan india and north korea recent evidence suggests that china may have unintentionally aided the north's nuclear missile program when it sold these trucks supposedly destined for the timber industry analysts say those same trucks seen here were later modified to carry and possibly launch the long range missiles north korea's been testing china in recent years
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also so. having tried to shout shout cease to north korea and in those cases north korea provide aid and certificated to china pledging that these heavy trucks would only be used for nodding. unlike north korea china doesn't boast about being a nuclear power but a recent military parade in beijing was a potent reminder of its growing military strength a strength underpinned by a nuclear arsenal that experts say is now the world's fourth largest adrian brown al-jazeera beijing. next in our series we're taking a look at the potential health impact of nuclear strikes the u.s. tested its weapons at home before it eventually hit hiroshima and to this day the area where those tests happened are still experiencing high levels of cancer that
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story and the calls for compensation later on al jazeera a wave of syrian air strikes has killed at least nineteen civilians in eastern the border near damascus the area has been under siege by the syrian army since two thousand and thirteen about four hundred thousand civilians are believed to be trapped there those who managed to escape are living in makeshift camps for her though explains. on an open field just outside the city of hama displaced syrian families have set up camp they are part of the now familiar exiled us from syrian cities and i'll talk from government falls as they endure would weeks of months then fled panicked defenseless in the face of incessant of talks and with little hope of me that despite all relief more zion on buying came an hour went out there were thirty to forty tents here two to three families live in every tent the renault toilets running water a schooling for the kids we don't have much. they joined the ranks of millions of
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city and most of the homes in the conflict. this is the hardest to any old is the old. despite us says find some it is the war cry and. the aerial bombardments trail is still tiny once vibrant neighborhoods into decrypted shells hold their foremost selves the government insists it's protecting the people targeting soul terrorists based in residential areas but often it's the civilians who are right. whenever the bombs land it's the syrian civil defense force or why told it's come to the rescue rushing in to free the injured and recover the dead their job is as going to him as it is dangerous food shortages are also adding to the misery of cities. we haven't eaten since last night we had rockets falling throughout for the sake of god this has to stop. dozens of civilians are reported
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killed in recent. talks by government forces. the u.n. humanitarian coordinator for syria. five hundred people with i didn't medical needs have to be about. the people of syria say they're victims of a crime committed by those charged with protecting them briefly they defied the regime but. crushed this international outrage about what's happening in syria but no agreement on how to bring these two on and one hundred at all just. covers foreign ministers says the. family will attend the gulf cooperation council in kuwait on tuesday the regional alliance is facing its worst crisis in decades as the saudi led blockade of culture enters its seventh month foreign minister
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mohammad been on the family says he hopes the summit will provide a blueprint ending the standoff. is an associate professor of middle east politics at the university of oklahoma he says this week's summit is unlikely to lead to a resolution of the crisis in the g.c.c. . certainly i think saudi arabia and the u.a.e. feel threatened by qatar's assertive foreign policy and its foreign policy orientation so that is one t.v. issue and it has to do with not supporting. authoritarian regimes or qatar is favored attitude towards the arab uprisings and saudi arabia and the u.a.e. feel threatened by that and certainly al-jazeera is part of the story they are threatened by al-jazeera and by media and by potential criticism of governments and rulers and so on so i think both those are the real issues and terrorism is
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a very nice term to use to get attention and to get everybody on your side because you can be against terror as you can be for terrorism thousands of people have taken to the streets of hong kong protesting against what they call all for a tarion rule by china they're demanding the justice secretary's resignation over a crackdown on pro-democracy activists one of the leaders behind the occupy hong kong protests three years ago says he will continue to fight despite starting a jail sentence next week it's twenty five years since the first text message was sent to a mobile phone the service revolutionized not only how we communicate but modern language and technology to pull breland takes a look. twenty five years ago human communication changed forever in the u.k. a software engineer used his computer to send the first of a text message to a mobile phone just two words merry christmas it was the beginning of
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a true revolution a revolution not just in technology but also in language and the way we communicate that first text message or s.m.s. showed that mobile phones were capable of much more than just voice calls today's smart phone apps have their origins all way back with that eureka moments of the first text of the limitations of s.m.s. inspired the heavily abbreviated new language and more recently the rise of the m o g now in two thousand and seven u.k. users sent sixty six billion text messages by two thousand and twelve it was one hundred fifty one billion but by twenty fifteen internet based tech services like whatsapp and messenger were overtaking s.m.s. and twenty fifteen what's happened messenger together handled sixty billion messages a day that's nearly three times more than the twenty three billion texts sent through s.m.s. and twitter of course a direct descendant of the original s.m.s. is now the world's window into the mind of the united states president so has the
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text message had its day well perhaps but it'll never really disappear because in an emergency even if you've got no wife i know three g. connection you can still send a simple text or neil papworth was the software engineer who sent that first text message he's been speaking to us about his experience at the time. back then it was just it was just a day's work it was something i was paid to do you know by my company it's come down here show the software that we developed show that it works send a message and at the end of the day it works we were just doing what what we were meant to do and you know i i came away from there just just happy that what we try to do with work it's not you know i am i dreamed what were once true becoming today kind of thing we implemented that managed to get that first text back in december of ninety two and no it hasn't made me rich you know i wish i'd had like point zero
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zero zero zero one of a penny for every text message that's been sent but unfortunately i don't so i think people are just going to still keep texting really i mean whatever media may use either a text on a phone or what's apple messenger. you know how much more do we need to. take to get over here you know the. great uses for texting or things like you know i'll be home in twenty minutes or i'm going to be late and why why do we need to make that more complicated you know now you've got there is you've got those great things on your phone where sometimes central message and and your phone is going to pick you one of three responses and it's like saying i'm going to be late you know it will be on the screen you just tap it once so i guess you know the apps are getting smarter but what's getting sent over the text messaging is you know i think it's pretty much going to remain the same.
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time saying look at the headlines now houthi rebels in yemen say they fired a cruise missile towards the united arab emirates the u.a.e. though is denying its territory is being targeted iran meanwhile which has been backing the who thinks he's calling on the rebels and the ousted president ali abdullah saleh to rican sile a former ally started fighting each other on wednesday. both democratic and republican politicians are warning the u.s. president against his constant tweeting they say talking about the investigation into alleged russian meddling in last year's election could land him in trouble one of trump's latest tweets attacked the f.b.i. calling the organization the worst in history less than a week after north korea tested a missile it says is capable of reaching the u.s. south korea and the united states are putting on a show of force joint military drills are on the way some two hundred thirty
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fighter jets and twelve thousand personnel are taking part and stealth fighter jets are joining in for the first time over south korea it's a clear message to north korea which the white house national security adviser has labeled the greatest threat to the world residents in the honduran capital to go to gallup are preparing for more protests following a disputed presidential election. a week of violent clashes left three people dead in the fighting between opposition supporters and security forces the electoral commission is yet to declare a winner as of now the incumbent president is now really ahead of his main opponent opposition supporters say some of the results are being manipulated the palestinian authority is calling for emergency talks over the possibility of the u.s. embassy in israel being moved from tel aviv to jerusalem israel's government considers all of jerusalem its capital palestinians hope east jerusalem will be the
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capital of their future state palestinian president mahmoud abbas is warning of a new dangerous phase if the u.s. moves its embassy the u.s. president has to decide on monday were they to issue a waiver for a twenty two year old law. it's this thing. facing reality if a piece of machinery goes wrong is there a chain of all of this to get a ship true which we can bring a legal system to bear getting to the heart of the matter i don't think we need of the ball that some of my producers just to hear their story on talk to al-jazeera at this time. the bloodiest attack in the chips on this street oh. come out of my promise to bring. back the government. that. most of the time.

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