he did vote against his own government to stop or no deal scenario was in some cabinet colleagues rebelled in a commons vote which effectively stops the prime minister suspending parliament in the run up to the brics it deadline at the end of october still the threat remains real for these marches and with an early election a real possibility they want the politicians to listen to the barber al-jazeera number. well japan's governing coalition is on track to win a solid majority in sunday's upper house election but it's still unclear whether prime minister shinzo abe will secure the 2 thirds majority needed for constitutional change the could loosen restrictions on the armed forces at the g 20 last well donald trump criticized the u.n. security treaty with japan the u.s. is obliged to go to japan's aid in a crisis but the japanese constitution restricts japan's armed forces from assisting its allies abroad and the solomon has more from turkey. of course many of the main issues in this elections is that is amending the course constitution.
mentioned 44 years now that he wants to change the constitution that was written by the they not the states during its occupation and this was his long life that he has very close to achieving that what he wants now is to get the upper house of the parliament to to call for and to amend the constitution and all the countries especially the united states which wants japan to engage more in. more in taking care if we can use the search of their asia the security in that region especially to face also the emerging powers of china and also once japan also to share some of the cost of hosting the united states troops in japan which is which is hosting the largest bases in in. so for you they not just this would be also very happy too.
see sometimes. i think i'm going to win these elections with his coalition especially that he has also very close relationships with with a bit of them trump they have very good chemistry as they mentioned at 730 several times and they have this personal relationship which also could. maintain more of the coalition between the 2 countries and will talk with enhanced military cooperation between the 2 countries. well still out held al-jazeera 2 suspects arrested over the killing of a turkish diplomat in iran plus. ricky resign the rallying cry of protesters in puerto rico we'll tell you why they want their government to go.
hello there mostly quiet picture across much of the middle east the damage is at the average ready for this time of year some cloud just drifting up to the north of the caspian sea and we might just see want to shout as well here on those eastern shores of the black sea as we head through sunday should be dry ice a woman and her 29 mbaye rouge and then on monday again a bit of trad around maybe just a chance the coastal but really nothing to excessive and we've got a warm day in color with a high of 39 degrees celsius and 47 across in baghdad now temperatures across the peninsula there are typical values for this time of year but we all same for the next couple days is a slight dip in the temperatures here for abu dhabi but also into doha $38.00 celsius similar temperature on monday however it does feel a lot warmer than that because it's quite humid at the moment and so it really staying very on comes when slightly warmer than that 38 celsius meanwhile 30 celsius in most scant and as you can see that we've got 27 in salalah than we had
across into southern africa and that's how much is here taking a bit of a dive certainly into durban 16 degrees that on sunday is about 7 degrees below the average 14 degrees in johannesburg it's dry average temperatures look at this woman's back up on monday so once again you see the average temperature of 23 celsius. the weather sponsored by kat our. education is struggling to keep pace often failing to prepare children for today's world. but some schools are changing the rules. how can anything and how will they meet. with astonishing results. i am. giving our. rebel education early learning mexico on al-jazeera.
looking back you're watching i was there with me reminder of our top stories the u.k. foreign secretary jeremy hunt is warning of dangers to international shipping after a british flag tanker was seized in the strait of hormuz and called it a hostile act and is expected to announce further measures against iran on monday. british airways and the german airline have suspended flights to egypt's capital cairo citing security concerns the be a suspension will last 7 days the airline has given no details about what prompted the move. and thousands of people rallied in london in a march against leaving the european union and the man tipped to become the next prime minister organizers say they want to send
a pro europe message to boris johnson. the celebrations are being held in the united states to mark the exact moment 50 years ago when the 1st man set foot on the moon 3 but it. quiet. this was the cd earlier in houston where footage of astronaut neil armstrong was played to a live audience on june the 20th 969 armstrong stepped off the eagle and a module onto the lunar surface more than half a 1000000000 people around the world today and to watch that event. rosa jordan joins us now from the smithsonian and space museum in washington d.c. and i'm sure more than half a 1000000000 people around the world are also celebrating in eagle eyed to see what's going on in washington across the u.s. because they are celebrating that huge achievement.
that's right somehow they are still celebrating here in washington and indeed across the united states and i would imagine in other places around the world as well because it never before had any human actually set foot somewhere other than on planet earth and given that this was the result of a competition between the united states in the soviet union for technological superiority in outer space getting someone on the moon before the end of the 19th sixty's was really a signal achievement certainly even though there had been talk ever since the perhaps trying to establish a colony on the moon or even a colony on mars so far what we're looking at here so help is a chance to get turn to the moon and certainly people are taking advantage of this anniversary to think about what could come next in space exploration not just here
in the united states but really for all the other countries all on there and there is a real debate at that moment on a real rethink in the real evaluation a re-evaluation of what direction you might say international governments the human race takes when it comes to exploring space beyond our solar system. it's a very very complicated legal question it's a very complicated at the top question i'll be recently sat down with someone who is an expert in space law and she said that a lot of the questions about who should be galling. eating. framework they should be exploring. should the things that are found on the moon or on other planets along all of these issues have yet to be debated have yet to be discussed and there's really no question he'd be the final arbiter of these matters but the.
space expert did say that it is good to start having decent to debates now because this isn't just the united states russia trying to be in space you have china that is trying to be in to get it is very interested in running the space program you have any governor of countries that are willing or are waiting to try to get their astronauts their researchers on board the international space station so all of these issues need to be debated and evaluated as the truck ministration perhaps most notably it's looking at 2 tables turn to the moon in the next 5 years leaving the rolls and let you savor the moment a correspondent in washington d.c. . now the 2 main suspects behind the murder of a turkish to planning to northern iraq have been arrested and crown accuses the 2 men of killing the region's deputy consul general and 2 other people on wednesday
it's believed the suspect some members of the armed kurdistan workers party or the p.k. k. the group is classified as a terrorist organization by turkey and the us natasha in him has more from. kurdish intelligence is confirming that at least 2 members of the team that assassinated a turkish diplomat are in custody they say they have their shooter and he is 27 year old muslim. dag and several others or accused of driving to a restaurant in erbil on wednesday as turkish diplomat osman corsa and his bodyguard sat inside eating lunch dag is accused of shooting and killing him he also killed allegedly 2 iraqi kurds friends who were sitting at a nearby table kurdish intelligence identified on friday and widely distributed his photo asking the public for assistance according to investigators day had been
a member of the p.k. k. and he'd been training at a camp here in northern iraq he allegedly was at this camp 4 times in the last week is also the brother of a member of the turkish parliament representing a pro kurdish party no comment from dags family however the political party released a statement on friday condemning the shootings and saying that this accusation is intended to undermine the political party's peaceful agenda to the americas where hundreds of protesters continue to rally outside the residence of puerto rico's embattled government in the latest demonstration named forcing him to resign the demanding over corruption of the series of leaked online chants insulting women political opponents and even victims of hurricane maria gabriel is on the house someone. the sounds of
a people bounce off the historic buildings of old san juan banging pots and pans is a sign a political protest outside the fortified mansion where puerto rico's governor ricardo rosso you know has been holed up for a week with the people calling for him to go to guy never be held accountable for his actions that it's time for him to be held accountable for he. says he's just not going to win a job c.e.o. has not been seen publicly since last weekend when hundreds of pages of his leaked private messages were released showing the governor mocking and ridiculing his own people the result is the worst crisis puerto rico has ever seen and some of the largest and most sustained protests is well despite multiple days of scenes like this protests right on the governor's front porch he's refused to step down so the next question is what comes next if he doesn't bend down i will come here and every
time that i and protest and all of my people the next step is going to start closing down the streets i know we're closing on the highways on monday all of you just going to make the economy and the local gov neighborhood really understand what's going on that way you could feel it from the back end if the governor steps down the puerto rican secretary of state takes his place but he resigned last week amid the scandal the post is now empty and people here had no plans to wait until november next year when the governor's up for reelection they're making noise now for change until the governor by me here's their calls and leave the uncertainty of what comes next for another day. san juan puerto rico. as a backing away the wildfires across central portugal 9 people have been injured in . 3 major blazes in just the loveland go around 200 kilometers northeast of lisbon
and strong winds are fanning the flames and the armed forces are being brought in to help with the operation portugal sought some of its deadliest fires in 2017 when more than 100 people were killed. staying in europe ukraine's new president is facing his 1st major test as voters head to the polls on sunday for a snap parliamentary election of a lot of mayors olinsky dismissed parliament 3 months ago after he won a landslide victory the former comedian is seeking a strong mandate for his party so you can deliver on his pledge to implement reforms and tackle corruption. the vatican has begun a new search in the hope of solving the mystery of a teenage girl who disappeared 36 years ago experts are examining chambers in the vatican's pontifical tanit college following a tip off that. a man weller or landis' remains may be buried there she was 15 when she vanished on her way home from a flute lesson in rome in 1903. ok president cartons of bones
have been passed and that's the point where it thousands of vogue i can't say if it were 1000 or 2000 but they are really a lot. of bones are the remains of a few people there are long small bones you have to imagine that it's not an artery catalog because election of those divided by subject they all piled up inside a cavity. no end to the trade dispute between china and the u.s. may be a long way off amid concerns china isn't willing to bow to u.s. demands for political and industrial reforms talks spirit of stalled despite declaration of a truce when the 2 presidents but last month when he takes a look at china's economic rise and what's at stake for the world's largest country . the thousands of years people in china have been gathering around tables trying to outsmart each other in the game of mahjong it's increasingly caught on around other parts of the world to a source of pride for experts in the game to teach foreigners visiting the chinese
capital beijing this game bring people together you know during this game isn't as a ball to winning but if a player does want to win they need to strategize something china's communist party has done very well to survive and succeed in the late 1970 s. the party changed its strategy of isolation to modernization by opening up to the outside world. by embracing capitalist ideals of business and trade china became the factory of the world with the 2nd largest economy behind its current trade war enemy the united states but economically china is slowing down recording its lowest quarterly growth in 27 years and the world is watching what happens next the great wall of china was built primarily to keep invaders out the greatest fear of today's rule is the communist party is of domestic political instability which could lead to their overthrow that's why they know they need to continue to reform and develop
the economy to ensure most people have jobs and an opportunity to improve their lives the theory being that as long as it's delivering those things it can run the country largely the way it wants continuing to restrict free speech and stamp out dissent along the way. if the economy becomes stronger the party has a last incentive to change it will only change we did feel its roots challenged in the opening and the reform process only happened because the economy was collapsing if the economy grows there will think the model is successful with more than one. and it's been able to use that model to become an economic superpower while rejecting scrutiny of things like alleged human rights abuses most recently the government denounced 22 nations for signing a letter condemning china for the detention of we get muslims in shin jang province but it embraced a supporter of letter signed by $37.00 countries including several muslim majority
nations that have large economic deals with china. but many chinese believe there's a lack of understanding about this country and its people which leads to what they say is unfair treatment by others particularly the united states they really feel that it'll look at another country they refuse to look at another perspective if they only hear what they want to hear china's strategy is to be a modern powerful socialist country it's proved it's a serious player and in some cases is rewriting the rules of the game like wayne hay al jazeera beijing. is their own so robin a reminder of our top stories the u.k. foreign secretary jeremy hunt is warning of dangers to international shipping after a british flag tanker was seized in the strait of hormuz and called it
a hostile act and is expected to announce further measures against iran on monday for now the u.k. is warning all its vessels to avoid the strait which is one of the world's busiest shipping lanes is about safety and security british and international shipping in one of the most important seaways in the world and that is why we are calling on iran to reverse this illegal we're looking for ways to deescalate the situation but we are also very clear that we will do what it takes to ensure the safety and security of british and international shipping british airways on the german airline lufthansa have suspended flights to egypt's capital cairo citing security concerns that be a suspension will last 7 days their line has given no details about what prompted the move. tens of thousands of people have rallied in london in the march against both leaving the european union and the man tipped to become the next british prime minister organizers of the march for change say they want to send
a pro europe message to boris johnson who is expected to take office next week. the 2 main suspects behind the murder of a turkish diplomat in northern iraq have been arrested ankara accuses the 2 men of killing the region's deputy consul general and 2 other people on wednesday it's believed the suspects are members of the armed kurdistan workers party of the p.k. k. the group is classified as a terrorist organization by turkey and the u.s. japan's sions arba is on track to win a solid majority in sunday's about selection but it's still unclear whether he'll secure the 2 thirds majority needed for a constitutional change that could loosen restrictions on the armed forces and the world's celebrating exactly 50 years since the giant leap humanity's 1st step on the moon this was the scene earlier in houston where footage of astronauts neil armstrong was played to a live audience. for some patients across the u.s.
more news in half an hour with me on al-jazeera with its next it's rebel education . a group of fighting for the right to enter a sacred hindu temple there's long been the exclusive domain of man one i want to investigate the battle overcome centuries of scrimmage nation in india on al-jazeera education matters the universal rights to expand. and offer better prospects the path to a better life yet around the globe. an institution. system has been deemed to be no longer fit. rethinking what schools are and how they want identifying the scale of the knowledge needed in the 21st century and now a new wave of rebel education is sweeping. educate a radically changed the way. challenging the old and buck.
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the struggles of real life giving a voice to those suffering in the dark this week the story line focuses on hiv and aids an illness still stranded in superstition and fear the making of him is that he was going to be the attitudes the writers want to tackle had gone. soapbox mexico breaking taboos on al-jazeera. new security concerns of the gulf following iran's seizure of a british flag tanker. clogs the whole raman you're watching al-jazeera live my headquarters here in doha also coming up british airways and look tanser canceled flights to cairo citing
security concerns. marching to remain thousands take to the streets of london in a show of solidarity with europe 3 months before the united kingdom is set to leave the european union also. bring it if you want to. break. quiet. marking the exact moment 50 years ago when the 1st man set foot on the moon. gadhafi company welcome to al-jazeera u.k. foreign secretary is warning of dangers to international shipping after a british flag tanker was seized in the strait of hormuz jeremy hunt called it a hostile act and is expected to announce further measures against iran on monday for now the u.k. is warning all of its vessels to avoid the strait which is one of the world's
busiest shipping lanes and this is what triggered the response commanders from iran's revolutionary guard seen here seizing the oil tanker on friday the u.k. says iran has tried to justify it as a tit for tat response after the earlier capture of an iranian tanker in gibraltar france and german. we have condemned the iranian action while u.s. central command has stepped up patrols over the strait in the british like tanker was involved in an accident with a fishing boat and has opened an investigation into whether it broke the law. this is the moment the british tanker was seized by iran's revolutionary guard in the strait of hormuz special forces dropped down on to the deck of the speeding bessel forcing it into iranian waters the 30000 ton stana imperio was on its way to saudi arabia nothing's been heard from her 23 crew since the revolutionary guard
who released these images say the tanker was being escorted by a british warship that tried to stop the seizure britain's ministry of defense declined to comment on the claim but detain tank is now at the center of a diplomatic storm these images were released by news agency linked to the iranian government iran says the ship breached maritime rules when it collided with a fishing boat and has been taken to the nearby port of panda for investigation. a british flag tanker was involved in an accident with an iranian fishing boat on a transit route a distress call was sent to assist the causes of the accident unfortunately the british vessel ignored this and began to change course contrary to international regulations a 2nd tanker the british operated liberian flag mess star was also briefly detained before being allowed to resume its journey the british government warned u.k. vessels to stay away from the strait of hormuz for an interim period in
a phone call with his a rainy and counterpart britain's foreign secretary jeremy hunt told mohammed javid zarif he was extremely disappointed with the seizure serif said the vessel would face legal action this is totally and utterly unacceptable it raises very serious questions about the security of british shipping and indeed in. national shipping in the straits of hormuz the seizure of the tanker comes after british forces detained this iranian vessel grace one of gibraltar earlier this month saying it was transporting oil to syria in breach of e.u. sanctions iran denounced the detention calling it an act of piracy and senior iranian officials threatened to impound a british tanker in retaliation which is why many in britain's foreign office view the seizure of the stoner impera as direct tit for tat retaliation jeremy hunt britain's foreign secretary has said that he needs to find a delicate way of diffusing tensions over grace one without endangering more
british ships it will require very nimble diplomacy it's all about getting the greats one back and now they have a lot more leverage in this game because the british government now is to make sure that they get their tanka back as silly as it sounds but i think that's the kind of environment where the u.k.'s in the middle of growing tensions between the u.s. and iran over the u.s. is decision to pull out of the iranian nuclear deal and impose tough new sanctions on the country the u.k. opposes the move but remains a key u.s. ally it might seem counter intuitive for iran to cease the stand imperio given britain's support for the nucular deal but this could be one way of getting the u.k. and its european allies to encourage the u.s. to ease off iran barkha al jazeera london. william lawrence is a professor at the elliott school of international affairs at george washington
university he says the u.k. response needs to be measured in order to avoid escalating the crisis. the u.k. is about to announce sanctions either sunday or monday. briefing to parliament on the situation and it's possible that they were put in place the same sanctions that they imposed on iran prior to the iran nuclear deal and if they go that far if the sanctions are that severe we could create another reason for rand to to continue to violate the terms of the nuclear agreement and increase its richmond over uranium etc etc so it's very much in britain's interests right now to disconnect as much as possible the sink sions from the iran nuclear situation and from the us maximum pressure campaign and to just connect it which was the reason this was done to the of course the seizing of the iranian tanker in gibraltar and then it will be interesting to see going forward whether the the british can can can open up lines
of diplomacy that can deescalate further by making concessions to iran right now of course theresa may is stepping down next week and the british are in a very weak position in terms of you know what they're going to do in terms of their own domestic organization politically and how that plays out internationally and they did not join yet the international coalition operations center and all that's there to protect shipping in the straits and that was a mistake on britain's part so they're going to have to figure out what they're going to do to protect shipping going forward. on to our other top story now british airways the german airline lift tons of suspended flights to the egyptian capital cairo citing security concerns the be a suspension will last 7 days to allow for a security assessment the airline has given no details about what prompted the move egypt's vital tourism sector was already under pressure after a series of attacks on visitors in 2015 more than 200 people were killed in the
bombing of a russian passenger jet in sharm el sheikh now the u.k. has long advised against all but essential travel to certain parts of egypt the government's web site warns that terrorists are very likely to carry out attacks in egypt although most attacks occur in north sinai there is a risk of terrorist attacks across the country seen as already is a foreign policy adviser gulf state analytics he says it could take time for egypt to feel the impact of these latest security problems. i do not believe it's going to have any impact. in the short term but because egyptian economy is heavily dependent on tourism if it continues for a long period of time i think it will show impact impact on the egyptian economy egypt for the fiscal year of 20 $182019.00 has had a 5.6 percent economy growth which after year that has it's going to rebounding
but as i said if it's going to this going if this is going to continue for a prolonged period of time it will impact the growth and the position of president fifi in egypt i believe president p.c. . is really unable to establish or maintain security in certain parts of parts of the country especially the time and insular and the western desert and when i was looking at the state department u.s. state department travel advisory website at that as well as of july 2nd they have increased the risk of travel to egypt which as i said it's going to have a negative impact on actually caught me by going back to what i was saying i don't think cairo is able to maintain security or separation security in some parts of the country the situation where japan's
governing coalition is on trying to win a solid majority in sunday's upper house elections but it's still unclear whether prime minister shinzo they will secure the 2 thirds majority needed for constitutional change that could loosen restrictions on the armed forces the g 20 last month to donald trump criticize the u.s. security treaty with japan the u.s. is obliged to go to japan's aid in a crisis but the japanese constitution restricts japan's armed forces from assisting its allies abroad for the salami has more from take it. of course many of the main issues in this elections is that is amending the course constitution. mentioned 44 years now that he wants to change the constitution that was written by the they not the states during its occupation for chapin and this was his long life and his very close to achieving that what he wants now is to get the upper house of
the parliament to to called for and to amend the constitution and all the countries especially the united states which wants japan to engage more in. more in taking care if we can use the search of their asian security indonesian especially to face also the emerging powers of china and also wants japan also to share some of the cost of hosting the united states troops in japan which is which is hosting the largest bases in in the isha so for you they not just this would be also very happy to see japan and i are going to win these elections with his coalition especially that he has also very close relationships with with a bit of them from they have very good chemistry as they mentioned at 730 several times and they have this personal relationship which also could. maintain more of the coalition between the 2 countries and will talk with enhanced military
cooperation between the 2 countries well from a vote in japan to a vote in europe because polls have just opened in ukraine where the new president is facing its 1st major test lot of minutes alinsky just missed parliament 3 months ago after winning a landslide victory the former comedian is seeking a strong mandate for his party so you can deliver on his pledge to implement reforms and tackle corruption. but celebrations are being held in the u.s. to mark the exact moment 50 years ago when the 1st man set foot on the moon 3 but it. was. quiet. this was the scene earlier in houston where footage of astronaut neil armstrong was played to a live audience. on june the 20th 1969 armstrong stepped off eagle and a module and on to the lunar surface more than half.