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businesses feel this community is not until. all people vote in south africa are well documented keeping the law will come even to the prisoners of what many foreign nationals that are doing the business but they can't just come and kill our economy killing our textile industry everything a week ago police tried to conduct similar raids in this area but they were pushed back by business owners who threw petrol bombs and stones and police had to leave this time around the raids appear to be more successful business owners here have shut their stores some of the most thing that closed doors mean their goods will be protected if the united nations as an increasing has called for help for zimbabwe which is suffering it's worse to hunger crisis millions are on the brink of starvation president amisom mangala has declared the drought a national disaster at a mythos of reports now from the village of dana. gideon has lived in them
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a district all his life aged 74 he says over the years the rains have become more and more erratic drought induced by the el nino weather pattern has cut zimbabwe's maize harvest by half and reduced water levels in dams and rivers to what degree program i did you miss that we don't eat in the morning and in the afternoon we eat only at night we eat as little as possible so that the food can last longer. the president has declared this latest drought a national disaster and the united nations wants more help to prevent a humanitarian crisis is raised its appeal to international donors to $331000000.00 we're talking about people that truly are marching toward starvation if we're not there to help the. 2.3000000 people in this country by this fall. it will be substantially higher
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3600000 people because only the season is coming upon us then by early next year we'll look at 5 point. 5.3 you ever take 1000000 people. those numbers mean about a 3rd of the country's 15000000 population will need food aid. some of the money raised would be used to buy food provide clean water and give cash had also vulnerable families but raising all the money needed could be difficult the body is competing with other crises around the world such as syria yemen and south sudan making an already die situation even worse tropical cycle devastated parts of many claim province in the east of the country earlier this year heavy rains flash floods and strong winds destroyed crops leaving thousands homeless and hungry the cash strapped government said is spying grain from other countries to replenish stocks we are the government are doing our part we're doing
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a lot we're not merely sitting back and working for our colleagues from broadview in others to assist us with bringing something of ourselves in with their foreign ministry looking after social protection problems. but many zimbabweans already frustrated by rising inflation and a weak economy feel their government isn't doing enough. getting dollar is one of them he only has a few bags of maize left if we completely runs out he says he's praying for rain or humanitarian aid to reach him whichever comes 1st how to meet us al-jazeera them zimbabwe now the u.k.'s food and drug industry has warned of major shortages of the country crashes out of the e.u. without undoing the promise of past johnson has insisted that breaks at a world take place by the 31st of october even if he can't work out a new birth draw agreement with the european union but that is the beginning of winter in the u.k. when 40 percent of the country's food is imported and audio breaks that could clog
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up haut 7 motorways for days leave encroaching vegetables to rot preparations for no deal code cost the food industry $121000000.00 a week now the food and drink federation says breaks it as the u.k.'s biggest challenge since world war 2 john howell reports from london businesses shot supply chains interrupted jobs lost the chances of britain leaving the e.u. on october the 31st without a deal to regulate trade have become all too real warnings about the potential consequences from manufacturing to medicines now joined by the food and drink federation so we know there's going to be disruption at the ports particularly across the short straits between england and france where a lot of our food comes from and we know that that will have knock on effects that there will be some shortages of food in the u.k. in the weeks and months after and. the food industry isn't alone and u.k.
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transport it already has attempted earlier this year to test the scenario of sudden customs checks leading to long queues at the main u.k. ports of trade. an exercise that involved parking trucks at the disused airfield did little to allay fears but brooks its supporters including the new foreign secretary in canada drumming up interest in a trade deal this week say the short term pain of a heart breaks it worth it for the long term gains we want to expand our horizons and raise our level of ambition in the world and as part of that we want to take our friendship with canada and the canadian people to the next level in its 1st fortnight in office the johnson government has made clear that if the e.u. won't renegotiate the existing withdrawal agreement then in no deal breaks it is inevitable and as for those die industry warnings where the government seems largely to shrug them off never mind that lorry load of fresh produce wouldn't last
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long sitting on a disused airstrip and retailers say even efforts at stockpiling dry goods will be complicated by the fact that warehouses are already filling up ahead of christmas most m.p.'s have vacated westminster for the summer recess but remember those late night knife edge votes in the spring well never far from their minds now will be the battle to come between those who support the government's no deal threat and those who want to stop it in parliament that will be all the people are talking about and already you hear the reports about m.p.'s meeting to try and figure out ways they can stop the government taking as to their deal what we don't know because we've had so little time to watch boris johnson interact with poland we only have one day before the recess is whether sufficient numbers of conservative m.p.'s will be willing to take that ultimate step of voting the government down to try and stop no deal of fraught autum of politics lies ahead jonah al-jazeera
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london. still ahead on the news. all the.
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law. thank you very much following the legal battle esperance have been declared the winners of this year's african champions league it's an indian club controversially awarded the trophy against we dart casablanca in may's final but the confederation
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of african football unanimously called for the 2nd leg to be replayed esperance with $21.00 a head against we dar before the moroccan clubs players stormed off the pitch during the 2nd leg to protest a v.a. or malfunction which denied them a possible goal calf's decision was overruled by the court of arbitration for sport and on wednesday they declared esperance the champions the chairman of german football club has temporarily stepped down amid a racism row in a speech last week billionaire clements near us made these controversial comments about africa when talking about the environment he has since apologized and insists he is against racism discrimination and exclusion however while he denies racism does admit to breaking shelters antidiscrimination rules and has agreed to step down from his role at the club for the next 3 months fraser study because it was a term of what he said is right wing extremist is not good not at all they should
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kick him out of mediately all people wherever they're from have a heart and a made out of blood he should not talk such excuse me for having to use such language but it's not good but he said. smiling to system dish well i guess he's pretty important to show also because our finances aren't the best he did a lot for the club and i believe this was a 5 part it wasn't good but i would not have thrown him out. he's doing it often enough in volatiles but i definitely think he should have been kicked out i believe such extremely racist remarks are inexcusable he only distance himself very late and did not apologize to do so effectively. new everton striker moyes akin says he feels extreme or to vacation after some of the club's fans raise money for an empty racism banner the 19 year old italy striker who joined from you venters was racially abused from the stands during a 30 our game in april he says that's not why he left italy but welcomes the gesture by his new supporters. suitor internal banner idea is
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beautiful because racism is horrendous and we have to fight hard against it i'm feeling even more motivated to train 100 percent and give the maximum i can 18 time major change in the raf and the bell is through to the 3rd round of the rogers cup in montreal after a battle against britain's daniel evans the britain had to say 8 points before the world number 2 clawed back to take the 1st set in a tie breaker rafa then went on to take the 2nd set 64 meanwhile in the women's tournament simona halep was victorious against american jennifer brady the defending champ lost the 1st set but then came back to narrowly win enough food to say tiebreaker. but no such luck for women's number one ashley barty the french open champion lost in the 2nd round to the young seeded american sophia cannon in 3 sets it means the australians number one ranking is in serious danger there were some good news for one of bodies rivals near the top of the world rankings gnomeo
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soccer the japanese is now ranked 2nd in the forbes list of highest paid female athletes earning 24300000 dollars in the last 12 months that makes her only the 3rd sports woman ever to break the $20000000.00 barrier in one year the money she's earned from endorsements went from 1.5 to 60000000 dollars and finally she earned over $8000000.00 from prize money but it's arena williams who topped the forbes list for the 4th you running. the pakistan cricket board has decided not to renew the contract of almost the entire coaching staff after the team's failure to make the world cup semifinals head coach mickey arthur his contract was due to expire in a week and he reportedly asked for a 2 year extension but in a unanimous decision he's contract along with the batting and bowling coaches and fitness trainer would not extended well pakistan or should yield to place for lanka in the next test series in october and the sri lankan security delegation is in
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karate assessing safety so lanka haven't played a test in pakistan since their team bus was attacked by gunman 10 years ago a number of players were injured and 6 policemen and 2 civilians were killed in the attack thousands of turned out in the small colombian city of kita for the homecoming of tour de france champion agan bad now he came 1st colombian to ever win the tour de france last month the 22 year old was also the youngest to win the famed yellow jersey in over a century. in major league baseball the minnesota twins have pulled off the rare feat of a 2nd triple play in a season the baltimore orioles were the last team to achieve that feat 2 years ago while there's been 29 years since the twins lost managed it. the all one granted to 3rd back into bison old stepson 3rd one second to the return. the 1st in the field could not be made sure the birth as they were well beaten by
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the atlanta braves 117 and i'll be back again with more sport a little bit later we'll see you then thank you very much peter and that does it for this al-jazeera news hour but do stay with us we're back in just a couple of minutes with another news bulletin but all the latest developments from kashmir and much more in a few minutes thank you for watching. carcinogen
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. in an exclusive series of documentaries i was born into a very ordinary japanese family. shows 5 different stories i am just too excited to focus on anything else right now from 5 different countries it was true. but i was supposed to live. with the one journey no one in my family has ever been to mecca this is a joyful occasion the road to has an al-jazeera. driven by outrage and spanning generations demonstrators gathered on the very day a widely criticized repatriation agreement between the governments of bangladesh
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and me and more was to begin the anger was all too apparent and the fear was probably if you don't like we're so afraid that if they send one of us back to myanmar today tomorrow they'll send back 10 and the day after tomorrow they'll send back 20 if we were given citizenship in myanmar then there would be no need to take us back there we would go back on our own we must remember the rancho among the most persecuted minorities in the world. pakistan expels and the is a bastard of a new down his decision to revolt kashmir special status as the region remains on lockdown and cut off from their families we talked to people in the pakistani cabs quiet about valentine's day the minister.
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hello and welcome to al-jazeera live from a headquarters in doha but me and as a prophet also ahead. of the year when as a long gun battles break out in the yemeni so. aden between separatists fighters and pro-government forces. and puerto rico swears and the governor and 6 days after weeks of demonstrations and legal wrangling over the candidates. pakistan has stepped up the political pressure on india over the disputed territory of kashmir and its expelled the indian ambassador downgraded diplomatic relations and suspended trade with india indian security forces are imposing a clamp down and indeed a minister made 3 days after new delhi took away the region's autonomy al-jazeera
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has exclusive pictures from st anger which is under tight military control priyanka gupta begins our coverage. street are a ghost town troops on every corner barricades everywhere in the largest city in the immediate and listed kashmir india's government says recent troop force months are to ensure security add to maintain order as kashmiris see the effects of the significant changes to their autonomy and statehood. they didn't tell us anything and revoked article 370 all the phone lines are down the trains are not working we haven't seen anything like this in kashmir in our lives. migrant workers who hope to find employment here happen stranded for days. internet is down we can't access cash machines no one is listening to our plight no one cares about
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us liberals. in new delhi this problem filmmaker is worried about his elderly parents and she dug or he questions the timing of the government's decision to revoke the state's autonomy and divide it into 2 federally administered territories the one thing about the timing of this decision is very seems awfully time. and so then one is forced to wonder as to why this would have happened and crudely yes the story has pushed the impending economic crisis off the front pages for this week and who knows until the next round of elections legal challenges are already being planned the 1st public interested again against the government's decision has been filed and they are expected some constitutional experts say that there are some legal
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loopholes that the judges may consider the process. is a certain amount of scut constitutional skullduggery which i expect. the supreme court or any other constitutional court will look at very closely constitutions do not work on the vim of a few people alone no matter how high in the constitutional structure india's government led by the party to the party of the hindu nationalists the special status was discriminatory and with a change of status to be open divestment jobs for now the shops in st our girls are closed and no one knows for how long. al-jazeera delhi. let's take a close look now at the map of kashmir this is what india considers its sovereign territory but it is more complicated on the ground and they administer part of the
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disputed kashmir region pakistan the other china also administers part of the territory that india and pakistan administered parts are separated by the internationally recognized line of control where the conflict over the kashmir valley has forced thousands of families to be separated many who now live in refugee camps on the pakistani side so they for. fear for their relatives under indian control a solid in java the reports from the onboard camp and pakistan administered kashmir . marking me in the valley there is a look at the moment that is maybe safina moved from indian administered kashmir in the 1990 s. to this refugee camp her family has lived through the highs and lows of relations between india and pakistan but says this time it's different i didn't then all day and night for 10 it's been 3 days since we have heard from my sister and her family i heard rumors that 40 to 50 people have been killed we don't know anything even
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the internet is shot are they even alive her husband says they escaped when he was tortured and had his fingers and toes broken by indian forces occupying their lands hundreds are. all we want to freedom for god sake is there anyone listening any muslims all over the world the un god will ask him on the day of judgment. the conflict over kashmir has separated many families for years with a 35000 people live in refugee camps on the pakistani side of the divided region most people in the war camp are from indian administered kashmir although temporary structures have been turned into concrete homes but almost every household has family or relatives still on the other side they fear the worst as the indian government crackdown continues. thereabout hardy came here when she was just over a year old she went to school in the camp and now teaches at a college for refugees one of her brothers was killed before they moved and her mother says indian forces have killed other relatives in their fight for freedom
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it's an emotional issue when she talks about not being able to contact her extended family because phone lines and the internet remains cut off. what if they're burned alive what if they were killed we don't know anything about what's happening in our economy or what's happening to our brothers sisters and children does anyone care at the girls' school in the come children discuss politics as parents in most homes talk about a freakish me or. a few weeks before the latest escalation seated for relatives asked them not to call anymore because they fear housman by indian security forces . they say if we talk to them they will be detained so we haven't spoken to them for many days we are very worried and we've seen on t.v. that people are being persecuted in kashmir even the children here know about how tensions are flared since constitutional changes by india to the status of kashmir . here say india is holding 12000000 of their people hostage and are calling on
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pakistani government leaders to do more than the usual rhetoric. of august on administered kashmir let's move on to other news now the u.n. says it's alarmed by an upsurge in violence in the yemeni city of aden. at least one person was killed and 2 others seriously injured during clashes between government forces and separatists fighting happened near the presidential palace there have been reports of saudi fighter jets in the skies above the whole city shops have been closed for the day because of fears of clashes during the funeral of a high ranking commander i i i i have. then. they attacked us we are peaceful and they are firing bullets the traitors mercenaries and 5th column while we were holding the funeral of our heroic martyrs may they rest in it is well yemen's interior minister has called for
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calm. beginning at the end of that. as the minister of the interior i called on the citizens of alden to stay calm and be patient we are capable of dealing with such irresponsible behavior we were doing we asked everyone not to respond to the call made by honeybun breck because war is that subject of such a call only serves the. marne griffis the special envoy for yemen said he is alarmed by the military escalation that are taking place in today including reports of clashes in the vicinity of the presidential palace he's also deeply concerned by the recent rhetoric encouraging violence against yemeni institutions mr griffiths said that escalations of violence will contribute to instability and suffering in art and in will deepen yemen's political and social divisions the special envoy calls on all parties involved to abandon violence and engage in dialogue to resolve differences heal sergers all those with influence to deescalate the situation and
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ensure the protection of civilians the home of africa has more from women's capital . the 1st confrontation started when the funeral procession of the commander of a 1000000000 mamma who was the commander of the security and support. forces which is backed by the united arab emirates the 1st confrontation started as the funeral procession. moved from. the presidential palace to the confrontation taking have taken place between forces of the internationally recognized government of the and the security forces who are loyal to this killed commander. there are reports that we have already critique and control of the various the gates of the presidential palace members of the his government been reportedly riya. many experts believe that the situation is going
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ahead 2 words the separation of aden from the united arab from the united yemen so also be. this in the case in the of the deporting people from the north especially that they have lived they have lived there in aden for a long decades they are businessmen and also people who are. deeply rooted with the society of aden you have been all but also expelled from the city reports about thousands of people have been deported so we expect to leave that the situation is going to head for for the separation of the south especially starting from aden. which is going to head to the separation of the south probably not unless the united nations is about to take serious control many observers hope they will do something about it so puerto rico now or the new governor has been sworn in the
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said test and holding office and less than a week the appointment of justice secretary wanda baskins followers wakes of political turmoil. and the u.s. territory replaces. the supreme court for his appointment was unconstitutional some say as being too close to former governor rick. he stepped down last week after protests triggered by a scandal of offensive text messages gabriel and he's on the has more from san juan . political uncertainty really continuing here with puerto rico on its 3rd governor in less than a week the governor now under vasquez as of a few days ago said she didn't even want the job of governor she's only there because she's obligated to as a minister of justice she's next in line in succession to take over the governorship so now this island of 3000000 people as a governor that someone that didn't even want the job really this all matters because puerto rico as a to.


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